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Jake S.

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  • Joined October 2019

I am an experienced journalist/freelance writer with 12 years' experience and have a B.A. in journalism from the University of Montana.

  • Great Falls, MT, USA
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Jake S.
Great Falls, MT, USA



I am an experienced journalist/freelance writer with 12 years' experience working in a variety of fields. I've written music reviews, breaking news, and sports profiles, among others. I am skilled in WordPress HTML, CSS and other CRMs.

Work history

Web Content Manager
I provided web content management work for the university. I helped increase the web traffic 20 percent, and increased the number of applications completed among potential new students. I redesigned pages using WordPress, also.
Great Falls Tribune
Hot Ticket reporter
I worked as the arts/entertainment reporter where I wrote up to 15 articles per week about events happening in the area. I marketed events to our audience, worked with event organizers, museum directors and others to produce content.
Consequence of Sound
Freelance writer
As a freelance with Consequence of Sound, I have written music reviews for several notable artists such as Glen Hansard and Andrew Bird.


Kate Davis discusses Treble vs. Trouble

Viral artist Kate Davis spoke with me about her hit cover of "All about that bass" along with the Postmodern Jukebox crew and how she was handling her new-found popularity.

Men can't completely understand #MeToo but we can still try much harder

This opinion piece explores how men might not be able to fully comprehend what women who were stepping up to share their stories in the midst of the #MeToo movement, there are still steps we could, and should, be taking to try to understand their stories more.

Chipping Away The Iceberg: Negin Farsad and Dean Obeidallah on Muslim Comedy

In this article I spoke with two prominent Muslim comics about the challenges they face in working in stand-up as Muslims in America and how they've gone out of their way to show that the hatred they at one time experienced on a daily basis was slowing starting to decline.


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