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David DeWitt

Specializes in: Arts, Profiles, Government, Sports, Entertainment, Travel, Outdoor, Photography, Modern Culture

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Alexandria, VA  
Phone: 740-541-0370
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Work has previously appeared: Daily Newspaper, Community Newspaper, Online Newsmagazine, Newsletter, Web Log

I offer nothing traditional, but my output is heavily researched and reader friendly. Most of my experience is in covering government and politics at the national level for National Journal's The Hotline. However, I'm also experienced in covering local culture in new and innovative ways. My specialty is creative non-fiction and creative-editorial content. I'm fiercly dedicated once hired and create uncompromisingly original work. I specialize in satire and heavy-handed analysis of current pop culture. I'm interested in working with anybody who is looking to create/publish something different and new. I have the skills to do traditional journalism, and have been practicing it for years. But I want to advance the industry and am especially interested in the future of online journalism. I work well with others and work best when challenged. I produce my best stuff when my innovation is put to use, and I'm not daunted by any assignment.

Last updated: 10/18/2016 (-127)

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