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Contribute To The Sports Fan Network

Here at TheSportsFanNetwork.com, we are always looking for great talent to contribute to our site. We are currently looking for writers and photographers of all ages to help cover sports in your home town. If you are interested in contributing to TheSportsFanNetwork.com, apply today.

For High School Sports Contributors

  • Are you only seeking contributors to cover specific areas, or are you open to having contributors cover sports nationwide?
    We welcome contributors from anywhere. Just let us know where you are and we will help you get started.
  • Does TSFN pay their contributors?
    Contributors can make money by selling their photos/videos through a SmugMug account (or something similar). TSFN does not pay you directly, but you can link every gallery you upload to your personal SmugMug account and keep 100% of the profits!
  • Do you provide your photographers with credentials?
    Yes. All credentials are digital. After you apply and are approved we will help you to get your credentials and get started.

Pro/College Sports Contributors

  • Are you only seeking contributors to cover specific areas, or are you open to having contributors cover sports nationwide?
    We welcome contributors from anywhere. Just let us know where you are and we will help you get started.
  • Can I use my own photographs?
    Due to copyright issues, you cannot use your own photographs but we will work with you to provide professional photographs for your articles to ensure you get the highest exposure possible.
  • Does TSFN pay their contributors?
    We do not pay new writers but we are always looking for great talent to join our staff. Prove yourself and you will be rewarded.
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Testimonials

“I started writing for The Sports Fan Network when I was a freshman, and I was excited to realize that, not only did I take my work very seriously, but colleges did too. Four years later, Vanderbilt University offered me their Fred Russel-Grantland Rice Sports Writing Scholarship, which is an $80,000 award and the only sports writing scholarship in the country - it turns out that it's not just the athletes who can earn a free ride to college! My writing skills have improved drastically since I started covering games, and I have been able to develop them while having a front row seat to some riveting high school and professional sporting events.”
Jamie L.
“I started writing for The SportsFan Network when I was a junior in high school. It was my first internship and gave me the chance to cover high school sports and get my feet wet. I learned reporting skills that you couldn't get in a classroom. I have since graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in print journalism. That internship and those experiences inspired me to get into this field and pursue a career in sports reporting.”
Brian K.
“I've had an amazing experience with The SportsFan Network. I discovered my passion for sports photography working with TSFN. Not only did I have the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the field, but it's been great working with a company and with individuals who are willing to help advance my career years down the road.”
Joey L.
“The first time I went up to a coach after a game and asked for an interview might have been one of the most nerve-racking experiences I have ever had. Being able to ask intelligent, on-the-spot, high-quality questions to either a winning or losing coach is very important. Being able to think on the spot and ask tough questions will make you into a much more confident person talking to people you do not know; a priceless skill as you move on in the world.”
Lucas M.
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