Editors' Service: Helping Journalists For Fifty Years

 

Editors Service is a small independent news syndicate that has been helping journalists produce quality news products for 50 years.

It produces a variety of publications that are used by nearly 1,000 newspapers and radio-television news departments. Editors Service is a company operated by the working press for the working press.

While Editors Service is an old-line company, its latest publication, "The Internet Newsroom," puts it on the technological cutting edge. The Internet Newsroom is a monthly, paid-subscription, hard-copy newsletter which gives journalists and other information professionals practical tips on how to get story material from the Internet.

Launched five years ago the newsletter has gained an impressive following among newspapers, television news departments and news librarians. Subscribers include newspapers and TV stations in large and small markets, major newspaper chains, and researchers at all of the major television networks and the major news weeklies. Among our subscribers are CNN, The Wall Street Journal, USAToday the FBI, and the Microsoft Corp.

Editors' Service began in 1945 with a local story idea service called "Hints for the City Desk," which is still a mainstay of the company with nearly 500 newspaper subscribers. Later a version of the local story idea service was begun for television news departments.

Principals of Editors' Service include Richard Maloy, a journalist who has 40 years experience as a senior news executive with major metropolitan dailies and a large newspaper group. When he took over Editors Service he greatly expanded the company.

Timothy K. Maloy, another official of the company, has a decade of experience as a reporter and Washington correspondent. He created "The Internet Newsroom" and is editor of the monthly newsletter. He teaches New Media courses at American University in Washington, D.C., lectures abroad on the Internet for the USIA, and has authored three books on the subject of the Internet.

For a free sample issue of any of our products--the Internet Newsroom, Hints for the City Desk, or News and Program Hints--simply email us with your request.


The Internet Newsroom
Editors' Service
P.O. Box 737
Glen Echo, MD 20812
Phone: (301) 365-8065
Fax: (301) 365-0639
Email: editors@editors-service.com