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JournalismWeb is the original independent South African Journalism Portal, the home of Mobile Journalism (MoJo) in Africa - mobile, smart device and app-driven. For over two decades, we were known as MediaWeb, a 23-year-old journalism hub in South Africa started by three SA journalists. The re-launch in 2023 was driven by the explosive emerging technology that is changing our lives. The 4IR Newsroom is on-the-go, mobile, smart device and app-driven. It is multi-channel, multi-format, and moves at speed. How do we make the technology work for us, and not against us? Enjoy a dive into the new face of journalism.
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Since MediaWeb, a South African Journalism Portal, launched in 2000, we have added value to journalists and never charged them a cent. With WritersWeb we are offering writers, journalists and editors the opportunity to pitch for freelance jobs from corporate brands or media houses at no cost. WritersWeb has built up thousands of registrations in the industry in 26 industry categories giving South African brands direct access to one of the largest pools of writing talent in South Africa. From this base, our role is to act as a matchmaker pairing the right journalist with the appropriate brief. Join us...
MediaWeb uses journalists to add value to South African brands, and their marketing departments. All too often, organisations invest time and money into their events, without generating valuable content around the insights and thought leadership derived from that event. MediaWeb offers the service of sending a journalist to the event to write a story of the event, take photographs, perform audio or video interviews with speakers, clients or sponsors, which can then be used after the event in the form of a press release to media to generate publicity, or as content for e-mail newsletters, or social media platforms. For more information, or to join the team, contact us by clicking here.