Freelancer Michael Freeman
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Content Creator, Writer and Editor Michael Freeman, Writing & Content

Michael Freeman
United States, Orlando
Joined Jun 29, 2020

About Michael

I run a freelance writing and editing business and have years of experience in two fields: print journalism and digital marketing. Most recently, I worked as a content writer and SEO analyst for a digital marketing agency in Maitland, Florida that specialized in content creation for legal websites. My focus is on taking clients through the content...Expand

About freelancer

Michael Freeman
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Joined Jun 2020
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A graduate of Hampshire College and George Washington University, Michael got his start in journalism in 1988 when he began working as a reporter at a small weekly newspaper in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He spent 11 years as a reporter for an urban daily in Fall River, Massachusetts, while also contributing commentary for local radio talk shows and teaching journalism at Bristol Community College. In 2002, Michael relocated to Orlando, and spent eight years as the editor of The Reporter, a weekly newspaper in Central Florida founded in 2003 by The New York Times. In November 2008, Michael formed Freeline Productions as a vehicle to produce an original play at The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival in May 2009. Michael continues to write original plays and remains active in local theater. He’s a member of the Playwrights Round Table in Orlando, and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater Guild, and remains a devoted and passionate lover of the arts and community theater. In October 2010, Michael expanded Freeline Productions to include an online magazine, Freeline Media, which covers Central Florida with news articles, opinion pieces and reviews. His work includes fiction as well. In 2013, Michael published the novel “Bloody Rabbit”. His subsequent works have included “Koby’s New Home” (2016), “Waking In The Dark” (2017) and “Of Cats And Wolves” (2018). Michael has worked as an editor and writer at some of Florida’s top newspapers, including The Orlando Sentinel, The Sun Sentinel, The Lakeland Ledger and The Jewish Journal, the nation’s largest Jewish weekly newspaper.

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