Here at Media Snobs, you’re free to write about whatever you want, however you want. However we’d like to set a certain standard for reviews and news articles. These are the guidelines that are expected to be followed if the author expects the post to pass through moderation.
- Reviews are expected to be written in a local editor and checked for basic spelling and grammatical errors. Media Snobs Editors will not criticize your approach to writing a review so long as they are written in paragraph form and exceed 300 words. Any review under 300 words is considered a “Quick Quip”, and should be published as such while filling out the form. Any structural or logical errors in your reviews are your own responsibility and will not be edited by MS Staff. Be aware that users are free to critique reviews in order to help the author improve.
- Blog posts are much less formal and will only be checked for spelling and grammar. So long as your blog is relevant to the theme of the site, it will not be touched.
- News articles are not only a form of sharing the latest news, but are also open to the poster’s opinion. Here at Media Snobs the focus is placed less on covering breaking news as it happens, and placed more on sharing one’s opinions on the latest media news. As such, our news category is considered “News Commentary”. Feel free to write what you think of the news as you report it. *News articles MUST contain a credible source to be passed through moderation. This source must be linked at the end of the post.*
That’s it! There is very little hassle in the posting and moderation process. If you follow these guidelines, your articles will be approved and published in no time!