At this award-winning online mag, editors are looking for pitches that speak to the “new, modern parent,” said senior editorial manager Dara Pettinelli.
Launched in 2006 as an alternative parenting space, Babble.com has recently evolved into more of a lifestyle outlet and now covers everything from entertainment and travel to work and money.
Although more sections may mean more byline opportunities for journos, doing the proper research is still key to landing an assignment at this digital outlet.
For pitching etiquette and editors’ contact info, read How to Pitch: Babble.com.
— Sherry Yuan
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