- n. Plural form of freelance.
“Also, Michael Giltz freelances as a writer of DVD copy the text that appears on the back of DVDs for some titles released by IFC and other subsidiaries of MPI.”
“Also, Michael Giltz freelances as a writer of DVD copy (the text that appears on the back of DVDs) for some titles released by IFC and other subsidiaries of MPI.”
“As both a journalist who occasionally freelances for the mainstream media, and an Occupier, I find myself in a conflicted position regarding reporting on Occupy LA.”
“Rachel sees herself as a failed mother, and is depressed and chronically overworked at her $120,000-a-year job (which she must cling to for the benefits because Ian freelances).”
“On July 2nd, Michael Estrin, who ironically freelances for Fast Company, wrote a column titled, "Is the Social Media Bubble About to Burst?”
“Staff journalists give up such opportunities in return for working in a secure environment where their output appears regularly and where resources are available to outgun any lone freelances when the tip from a mate in Patagonia comes in.”
“Not only are freelances excluded from the National Labor Relations Act, meaning that they don't have the support and encouragement of the government to organize but when they do organize, they are vulnerable to anti-trust lawsuits because they're legally small business operators," said Gonos.”
“She's been a creative director in the advertising world and now freelances, so the writing part was a snap.”
“He freelances all over the world, doing "favors" for his buddies in return for staggering donations to his foundation (the guy in this article alone gave $31 million on his way to $100 million).”
“Clay Risen, who holds a day job at the quarterly journal Democracy and freelances for a number of publications (including The Observer), will be a business correspondent for the site.”
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