National Press Club

"So You Want to Freelance" Panel 6:30 p.m. Tonight

September 17, 2008

Come one and all tonight (Wednesday) to learn how to get your freelance career into higher gear. Come show off your great interviewing skills by asking questions of our panelists:

Tam Harbert has covered technology, business and public policy for more than 20 years as an editor, writer and reporter. She focuses on computer and electronics industry trade magazines, newspapers and Web sites. She has run her own freelance business since 2005.

Andrew Hiller often feels like a little fish on dry land trying to find a small pond to jump into. He has been freelancing for 5 years and has contributed pieces to NPR, the Washington Post, and many others. His stories have ranged the gamut from arts and sports to health and politics.

John Murph has been a freelance journalist for over 10 years. He's covered music, visual arts and theater for The Washington Post, The Washington Express, NPR, JazzTimes, Down Beat, VIBE, BET Interactive, The Washington City Paper and the Washington Blade.

Join us tonight (Wednesday) at 6:30 p.m. in the Zenger Room.