Story Pitch Form: Redwoods Listening Post
This form is being used to pitch stories and story ideas for The Community Voices Coalition.
The Redwoods Listening Post, a collaborative project of Access Humboldt and Internews, brings forward new perspectives and accurate, insightful coverage of local issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic response and recovery.
When you're ready to tell your story, we offer:
We pay $100-$500 per story, depending on length and complexity. We will tell you how much was can offer if your pitch is accepted.
The Redwoods Listening Post team will provide editing and training to ensure the finished products are publication or production ready for distribution. Access Humboldt and RLP can provide access to our studio and production tools to create stories for television, podcasts, radio and digital publication.
The Redwoods Listening Post team will help deliver your story in multiple ways, including using print, messaging apps, social media channels, video and radio distribution. The stories will become available for the North Coast Journal and other partners to share with their audiences.
Translation services are available to reach diverse members of our community who may not receive important information that is often English language only.
Even if your story is not selected for the Redwoods Listening Post, you can still share your story through Access Humboldt. We’ll get in touch with you about your pitch and next steps within 7 days of your submission.
If you have questions before you fill out this form, please contact Monique at
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Please tell us your name:
If this is time-sensitive, please provide a phone number:
Please provide all links to your work or social profiles so that we have an idea of who you are:
Are you proposing a ...
Story you will report
Personal essay about your experiences
Story idea for us to report
Tell us in 300 words or less about the story you want to tell. Who is involved in this story and what is happening?
Where does this story take place? (up to 100 words)
Why does this story need to be told now or in the next few weeks? (up to 100 words)
In what forms would you like to tell this story? (Check all that apply.)
Cartoon or artwork
Infographic or visualization
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