Thursday, 3 February 2011

Journalists are always looking for dramatic stories. If you've been in an extreme situation or come close to death, or have any gripping or extraordinary tales to tell, why not get paid and have it published? Many magazines will also pay a premium for interesting letters and photographs, and many TV channels, including Five, will pay for videos too; and often it's much easier to get on-air than you may think.
How much? A 'star letter' will usually fetch £50, and stories can earn £150+. Even amusing photos can earn good cash prizes in some magazines.

12 comments:

my day in a sentence said...

I'd leave this one to the pros. ;)

Jordan said...

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Kicking Rocks said...

great info!

DBtG5 said...

Now just to fabricate a near-death experience... *rubs hands together maniacally*

tyrone said...

i didn't know that, thanks for the info :D

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rego87 said...

This would be like a more sophisticated version of You've Been Framed :P

Rose said...

this ones very situational

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jonwinters said...

i autoerotic-asphyixiated myself right next to my bed once and came pretty close to not bothering to put my leg up on it for leverage. i came and was like "jeez, fine..."

Aaron The Baron said...

damn. it's times like this that I wish I had more stuff happen to me xP

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