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How to write an op-ed

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How to successfully write and pitch an op-ed or guest column for publication in newspapers and websites.

How to successfully write and pitch an op-ed or guest column for publication in newspapers and websites.

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  • 1. http://seati.ms/opedguide http://bit.ly/n3conoped
  • 2. Screen shot of NewYorkTimes Election Day 2008 word cloud
  • 3. Short lede, ~100 words Main argument Research supporting your argument Propose solutions Ending, kicker or call to action
  • 4. http://seati.ms/opedguide
  • 5. SonyaGreen Host Music + Ideas KBCSFM @SoNikkiG Sharon Pian Chan Associate Opinions Editor, SeattleTimes @sharonpianchan Travis Quezon Editor-in-Chief, International Examiner @travisquezon Monica Elenbaas Director of Fund Development and Community Relations,Youth Eastside Services http://bit.ly/aajaseattleoped