Sure, financial news and analysis site The Fiscal Times wants to see pitches on hot IPOs and money-management tips, but as a site that covers not only finance matters, but also the intersection of money with politics and policy, there are more ideas for freelancers to play with.
If parsing the complexities and intricacy of military spending is your thing, this is the place for your pitches.
Story ideas that focus on defense are always in high demand as well — this could mean defense from a policy or budgetary perspective, war spending, war strategy, etc.
Those that like their reporting accompanied by deep analysis will be happy to note that The Fiscal Times does too:
But no matter what topic you’re pitching, always remember to include some original analysis and insight to improve the odds of getting an assignment. At the end of the day, the site is looking for fresh takes on issues that matter to its readers.
For more, including proper pitching etiquette, read: How To Pitch: The Fiscal Times
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