WHO publishes articles for the Guardian?

WHO publishes articles for the Guardian?

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper. It was founded in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian, and changed its name in 1959. Along with its sister papers The Observer and The Guardian Weekly, The Guardian is part of the Guardian Media Group, owned by the Scott Trust.

How do I submit a photo to the Guardian?

To submit your photograph so that we can consider it for publication email it to [email protected] together with a brief explanation of what inspired you to take the picture. 2. The theme for each week, the deadline and the date of appearance in Guardian Weekend Magazine is available here.

Is the Guardian website conservative?

Guardian News and Media’s publications/websites, including the UK parent version and Guardian US, have a left of centre or broadly socially liberal political stance.

Is the Guardian website free?

All of our readers will still be free to read everything we publish: this is not a paywall, nor a step to creating one. We believe that everyone should have access to fair and factual reporting. Signing in to the Guardian gives readers a better experience of our website and apps.

Who is The Guardian target audience?

The Guardian and Observer also beat newspaper rivals in audience share among professional (ABC1) workers, with 25% of the audience share, among 16- to 24-year-olds, with 31%, and among readers from ethnic minority groups, with 29%.

Who finances The Guardian?

the Scott Trust
The Guardian is owned by Guardian Media Group, which has only one shareholder – the Scott Trust. The Scott Trust, named after our longest serving editor, CP Scott, exists to secure the financial and editorial independence of the Guardian in perpetuity.

Can I buy photos from the Guardian?

All photographs are sold for private use and cannot be copied or reproduced for any other purpose in any form without written permission from The Guardian. When purchasing photos from The Guardian website you must agree to abide by this Usage Agreement, Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

How do you get your photos published?

Shoot like an editor: a photographer’s guide to getting published

  1. Do you ask yourself if you even need to get published anymore as a photographer?
  2. Find your style and tell a story.
  3. Make a plan.
  4. Put yourself in the editor’s seat.
  5. Curate your submissions.
  6. Be persistent and patient.

What is The Guardian newspaper target audience?

The Guardian + Observer target an educated, middle-class, left-leaning, 18+ audience.

How much does the Guardian cost online?

Seven-day access to the Guardian Editions app, premium tier of the Guardian Live app and advert free reading on theguardian.com – £11.99 per month, or £99 for your first year. Both the Editions and Live app are available across Apple (iOS 12.4 and later) and Android tablet and mobile devices.

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