Our weekly report on the media industry, for anyone who spends too much time on Twitter.
Every Monday, staff writer Allegra Hobbs recaps the week in media for our 1,000+ subscribers with news, analysis, and original reporting like:
✎ Daily News EIC departure (as cited by NYT).
✎ Inside the Thrillist union strike.
✎ Exclusive editor & journalist Q&As.
Read a recent sample edition here.
FOR MEDIA WORKERS
Our community Listserv has job listings, pitch calls, and more. Our Network is a platform with editor databases, pitch guides, and chat rooms.
STUDY HALL NETWORK ($11/MO)
Deep collaboration for freelancers. This level includes the Digest, Listserv, and our Network: a database of 300+ editor contacts, publication pitch guides, successful pitches, and chat rooms including private groups for women, LGBTQ, media workers of color, culture critics, and more (details here).
Why Members Like it:
"Through Study Hall, I've gotten suggestions for where to pitch, editor contacts, guidance in negotiating contracts, and, maybe most importantly, a community of friendly and supportive writers who are there for each other for crises and tiny questions, with every kind of help."
— Jaime Green, writer and editor
"As a writer, I’ve met editors who I am now writing for; as an editor, I’ve met writers who are now writing fantastic things for me. Who knew the circle of journalistic life could be so great?"
— Tori Telfer, author of Lady Killers
"Study Hall is helpful for editors because it allows us to catch writers at all points in the process, not just at the end of a pitch."
— Michelle Legro, editor at Longreads
Study Hall promotes community and collaboration in the media industry.
We were founded in Brooklyn in 2015 by Kyle Chayka and Enav Moskowitz. Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our creative branch is Study Hall Studio, which works with media companies in content production and editorial consulting.