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NSnewstv.com welcomes the views and opinions of a wide cross section of interests important to the Black community. Contributors are sought for their expertise, practical experience and the unique perspective they bring to today’s critical issues.
We require your registration to become a contributor. Upon registering we will review your request and, once approved, you will be sent a password that will allow you to upload content directly to the NSnewstv.com website.
All contributor submissions are subject to review and editing by NSnewstv.com. We do not censor content but check for factual accuracy and grammar. Submissions must adhere to the NSnewstv.com editorial guidelines (see below). All written submissions and podcasts become the copyrighted property of NSnewstv.com.
If you have questions, please contact editorial@NSnewstv.com
Video Programming: We are accepting program proposals for features on politics, business, hekalth care, criminal justice and other relevant public policy issues. Program episodes can be in 15 minute or 30 minute blocs. We are also accepting video of special events such as panel discussions, lectures, conference events, community meetings and speeches.
Opinion Article: A written submission of no more than 750 words that focuses on an important topic in the political and public policy spheres or pertaining to a business issue.
Feature Article: A written submission of no more than 1500 words that focuses on a singular subject or current event in politics, public policy or business, or a historical subject, event or incident that is relevant to current circumstances.
Podcast: An audio recording, single submission or in serial format, of no more than five minutes in length on a topic related to Black political participation, economic development, or a public policy issue (e.g. health care, environment, secondary education, poverty)
All written submissions should adhere to the Associated Press style book. A short summary of AP standards is available on the home page under Editorial Guideline