Why I removed the previous blog post



An editor at the New York Post just informed me that whatever happens to me while on assignment for the Post is only for publication in the Post.

In other words, I was being asked to remove the blog post.

Because this was my first assignment with the New York Post and I have yet to sign a contract, I was unaware of this dilemma. Besides, I specifically waited until after the story was published before I wrote about it on my blog.

It is not something I wanted to do, but if I didn’t remove the post, then I would never get another assignment from the New York Post again.

And my whole goal in launching a freelance career a couple of years ago was to maintain a steady supply of assignments from national publications.

So hopefully, they’ll keep calling.



An editor at the New York Post just informed me that whatever happens to me while on assignment for the Post is only for publication in the Post.

In other words, I was being asked to remove the blog post.

Because this was my first assignment with the New York Post and I have yet to sign a contract, I was unaware of this dilemma. Besides, I specifically waited until after the story was published before I wrote about it on my blog.

It is not something I wanted to do, but if I didn’t remove the post, then I would never get another assignment from the New York Post again.

And my whole goal in launching a freelance career a couple of years ago was to maintain a steady supply of assignments from national publications.

So hopefully, they’ll keep calling.

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Carlos Millerhttps://pinacnews.com
Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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