What did David Fricke study at college and how did he become senior editor of Rolling stone magazine?
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David Fricke studied English and Journalism at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. He was writing for Circus magazine in Philadelphia and occasionally freelancing for Melody Maker in England before joining Rolling Stone in 1979.
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Answer . College isn't necessarily a prerequisite to a job writing magazine copy, all you really need to do is write in such a way that people want to read it. To communicate well requires skill. Most people learn that skill in a formal environment such as college. If you can demonstrate your ab…ility without attending college, go for it. On the other hand, most people don't consider you to be serious unless you have a 4 year Bachelors of Science degree. (MORE)
Answer . \nIt was John Lennon, from the set of the movie "How I Won The War" which was being filmed at the time. He was wearing the military uniform, helmet, and glasses of the character he played in the movie.
how to become editor. You seearch on the internet for any jobs that have to deal with fashion. Then you ask the manager or your boss if they are posting and newspapers or magazines for the business. If they say "yes", you ask for a job in that field and work your way to the top. My sister became a… fashion editor by 1. going to journalism course - one year part time! 2. Working as a stylist 3. submitting lots of freelance pieces 4. eventually with the experience and qualifications she got the job (MORE)
Journalism and English are great majors to prepare to be an editor. But even if you study something else, as long as you're a good writer and have an eye for a good story you're in good standing. However to be an editor in chief, you have to: 1) know exactly what your vision for your publication is …and 2) have a great team and the ability to manage them properly. You have to be a very versatile person that work in all sort of situations and with all sorts of personalities. It definitely is a lot of work. But if you're a person who likes to be used to their fullest capacity, then this is the right work for you. (MORE)
Answer . Excellent question! As it happenes they did make the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, on March 29th, 1973. Three months or so after their song 'Cover of the rolling stone', was released.
1967; its first cover photo was of John Lennon, from the movie How I Won the War .
A college degree generally is required for a position as a writer or editor. Although some employers look for a broad liberal arts background, most prefer to hire people with degrees in communications, journalism, or English. For those who specialize in a particular area, such as fashion, business, …or law, additional background in the chosen field is expected. Knowledge of a second language is helpful for some positions. Increasingly, technical writing requires a degree in, or some knowledge about, a specialized field-for example, engineering, business, or one of the sciences. In many cases, people with good writing skills can acquire specialized knowledge on the job. Some transfer from jobs as technicians, scientists, or engineers. Others begin as research assistants or as trainees in a technical information department, develop technical communication skills, and then assume writing duties. Writers and editors must be able to express ideas clearly and logically and should love to write. Creativity, curiosity, a broad range of knowledge, self-motivation, and perseverance also are valuable. Writers and editors must demonstrate good judgment and a strong sense of ethics in deciding what material to publish. Editors also need tact and the ability to guide and encourage others in their work. For some jobs, the ability to concentrate amid confusion and to work under pressure is essential. Familiarity with electronic publishing, graphics, and video production equipment increasingly is needed. Use of electronic and wireless communications equipment to send e-mail, transmit work, and review copy often is necessary. Online newspapers and magazines require knowledge of computer software used to combine online text with graphics, audio, video, and animation. High school and college newspapers, literary magazines, community newspapers, and radio and television stations all provide valuable, but sometimes unpaid, practical writing experience. Many magazines, newspapers, and broadcast stations have internships for students. Interns write short pieces, conduct research and interviews, and learn about the publishing or broadcasting business. In small firms, beginning writers and editors hired as assistants may actually begin writing or editing material right away. Opportunities for advancement can be limited, however. Many writers look for work on a short-term, project-by-project basis. Many small or not-for-profit organizations either do not have enough regular work or cannot afford to employ writers on a full-time basis. However, they routinely contract out work to freelance writers. In larger businesses, jobs usually are more formally structured. Beginners generally do research, fact checking, or copy editing. Advancement to full-scale writing or editing assignments may occur more slowly for newer writers and editors in larger organizations than for employees of smaller companies. Advancement often is more predictable, though, coming with the assignment of more important articles. Advancement for freelancers often means working on larger, more complex projects for more money. Building a reputation and establishing a track record for meeting deadlines also makes it easier to get future assignments, as does instituting long-term freelance relationships with the same publications. The growing popularity of blogs could allow some writers to get their work read; a few well-written blogs may garner some recognition for the author and may lead to a few paid pieces in other print or electronic publications. However, most bloggers do not earn much money writing their blogs. For the source and more detailed information concerning this issue, click on the related links section indicated below. . (MORE)
John Lennon was on the first cover of Rolling Stone Magazine on November 9, 1967. To this day the magazine remains a major musical, political, and cultural publication, and has featured interviews with major figures from John Lennon to Barack Obama.
Tom Petty did not say anything dramatic or mean about BruceSpringsteen in Rolling Stone Magazine. In fact, he claimed that heenjoyed Bruce's music and hopes to do some of his cover songs.
1965 was the year the band reached international fame, largely due to the huge success of their classic single "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction".
Rolling Stone magazine was first published on November 9, 1967... In 1967, in San Francisco. The name was inspired by the Dylan'song like a rolling stone
They read through the articles in their magazines and edit (alter) the article for grammar, spelling or inaccuracies. Sometimes, editors remove certain unsubstantiated parts of the article to protect journalistic integrity and to avoid lawsuits.
Most magazine companies are going to require a magazine editor havea college degree. You also should have some type of writing andediting experience.
No, it comes from the phrase "A rolling stone gathers no moss", which inspired the name of the band and the song "Like a Rolling Stone" by Bob Dylan, but the magazine was not named after the band.
A college degree generally is required for a position as a writer or editor. Good facility with computers and communications equipment is necessary in order to stay in touch with sources, editors, and other writers while working on assignments, whether from home, an office, or while traveling.. Edu…cation and training. Some employers look for a broad liberal arts background, while others prefer to hire people with degrees in communications, journalism, or English. For those who specialize in a particular area, such as fashion, business, or law, additional background in the chosen field is expected. Increasingly, technical writing requires a degree in, or some knowledge about, a specialized field-for example, engineering, business, or one of the sciences. Knowledge of a second language is helpful for some positions. A background in web design, computer graphics, or other technology field is increasingly practical, because of the growing use of graphics and representational design in developing technical documentation. In many cases, people with good writing skills may transfer from jobs as technicians, scientists, or engineers into jobs as writers or editors. Others begin as research assistants or as trainees in a technical information department, develop technical communication skills, and then assume writing duties.. Other qualifications. Writers and editors must be able to express ideas clearly and logically and should enjoy writing. Creativity, curiosity, a broad range of knowledge, self-motivation, and perseverance also are valuable. Writers and editors must demonstrate good judgment and a strong sense of ethics in deciding what material to publish. In addition, the ability to concentrate amid confusion and to work under pressure often is essential. Editors also need tact and the ability to guide and encourage others in their work.. Familiarity with electronic publishing, graphics, and video production increasingly is needed. Use of electronic and wireless communications equipment to send e-mail, transmit work, and review copy often is necessary. Online newspapers and magazines require knowledge of computer software used to combine online text with graphics, audio, video, and animation.. High school and college newspapers, literary magazines, community newspapers, and radio and television stations all provide valuable-but sometimes unpaid-practical writing experience. Many magazines, newspapers, and broadcast stations have internships for students. Interns write short pieces, conduct research and interviews, and learn about the publishing or broadcasting business.. Advancement. In small firms, beginning writers and editors hired as assistants may actually begin writing or editing material right away. Opportunities for advancement and also full-time work can be limited, however. Many small or not-for-profit organizations either do not have enough regular work or cannot afford to employ writers on a full-time basis. However, they routinely contract out work to freelance writers.. In larger businesses, jobs usually are more formally structured. Beginners generally do research, fact check articles, or copy edit drafts. Advancement to full-scale writing or editing assignments may occur more slowly for newer writers and editors in larger organizations than for employees of smaller companies. Advancement often is more predictable, though, coming with the assignment of more important articles.. Advancement for writers, especially freelancers, often means working on larger, more complex projects for better known publications or for more money. Building a reputation and establishing a track record for meeting deadlines also makes it easier to get future assignments. Experience, credibility, and reliability often lead to long-term freelance relationships with the same publications and to contacts with editors who will seek you out for particular assignments.. The growing popularity of blogging could allow some writers to get their work read. For example, a few well-written blogs may garner some recognition for the author and may lead to a few paid pieces in other print or electronic publications. Some established staff writers contribute to blogs on the on-line versions of publications in conjunction with their routine work. However, most bloggers do not earn a considerable amount of money writing their blogs.. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated below. (MORE)
No, they were wrong. The Jonas Brothers are not emo, they just have a punk look. The Rolling Stones justified the Jonas Brothers' skinny jeans and long hair looks for being emo, which is not true.
Course work in English, Literaterature and/or Journalism would be helpful. So might Communications (think editor as in newspaper).
\n1. Like a Rolling Stone, Bob Dylan\n. \n2. Satisfaction, The Rolling Stones\n. \n3. Imagine, John Lennon\n. \n4. What's Going On, Marvin Gaye\n. \n5. Respect, Aretha Franklin\n. \n6. Good Vibrations, The Beach Boys\n. \n7. Johnny B. Goode, Chuck Berry\n. \n8. Hey Jude, The Beatles\n. \n9. …Smells Like Teen Spirit, Nirvana\n. \n10. What'd I Say, Ray Charles\n. \n11. My Generation, The Who\n. \n12. A Change Is Gonna Come, Sam Cooke\n. \n13. Yesterday, The Beatles\n. \n14. Blowin' in the Wind, Bob Dylan\n. \n15. London Calling, The Clash\n. \n16. I Want to Hold Your Hand, The Beatles\n. \n17. Purple Haze, Jimi Hendrix\n. \n18. Maybellene, Chuck Berry\n. \n19. Hound Dog, Elvis Presley\n. \n20. Let It Be, The Beatles\n. \n21. Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen\n. \n22. Be My Baby, The Ronettes\n. \n23. In My Life, The Beatles\n. \n24. People Get Ready, The Impressions\n. \n25. God Only Knows, The Beach Boys\n. \n26. A Day in the Life, The Beatles\n. \n27. Layla, Derek and the Dominos\n. \n28. (Sittin on) the Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding\n. \n29. Help!, The Beatles\n. \n30. I Walk the Line, Johnny Cash\n. \n31. Stairway To Heaven, Led Zeppelin\n. \n32. Sympathy for the Devil, The Rolling Stones\n. \n33. River Deep - Mountain High, Ike and Tina Turner\n. \n34. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', The Righteous Brothers\n. \n35. Light My Fire, The Doors\n. \n36. One, U2\n. \n37. No Woman, No Cry, Bob Marley and the Wailers\n. \n38. Gimme Shelter, The Rolling Stones\n. \n39. That'll Be the Day, Buddy Holly and the Crickets\n. \n40. Dancing in the Street, Martha and the Vandellas\n. \n41. The Weight, The Band\n. \n42. Waterloo Sunset, The Kinks\n. \n43. Tutti-Frutti, Little Richard\n. \n44. Georgia on My Mind, Ray Charles\n. \n45. Heartbreak Hotel, Elvis Presley\n. \n46. Heroes, David Bowie\n. \n47. Bridge Over Troubled Water, Simon and Garfunkel\n. \n48. All Along the Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix\n. \n49. Hotel California, The Eagles\n. \n50. The Tracks of My Tears, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles (MORE)
No. Both Rolling Stone Magazine (founded 1967) and the Band, the Rolling Stones (Founded 1962), named themselves after the song Rollin' Stone, written recorded by Muddy Waters , in 1950 Rolling Stone magazine started out as an Indy magazine meant for the hippie culture of the time (1960s). It …actually had a political section in which Hunter S. Thompson wrote. The famous gonzo writer. Later on, it started to lean more toward writing for a younger demographic, hence the music, and pop culture. (MORE)
I found 7 times that ACDC was in Rolling Stone magazine: . November 17, 1978 . October 30, 1980 . February 28, 2000 . April 22, 2005 . September 18, 2008 . May 19, 2008 . November 13. 2008
Well, I believe the magazine was named after the Bob Dylan track 'Like a Rollin' Stone', but there is a Muddy Waters song called 'Rollin' Stone', which is also sometimes known as 'Catfish Blues'. That's the song that the Rolling Stones took their name from.
The Beatles with over 30, John Lennon alone was on three of the first nine.
Advantages: The salary. The minimum salary is 22,000 and this is for a smaller magazine. But it depends on how long you have been editor, what type of magazine it is and your previous editing jobs. . Disadvantages: Stressful. Has a lot of responsbility. Office based and limited chances of …going anywhere else. Dont get paid as much as newspaper editors. A very competitive job, there will be a lot of highly skilled people going for the job. You need a lot of work experience in the journalism industry to stand a chance. You cant start up as one, you need to go through the ranks and get promotions. (MORE)
Sold on Pawn Stars for $300... so worth more than that. Hope this helps a bit. They did an exact reprint of Vol. 1 Year 1 for the magazine in 1986. Pawn Stars most likely got ripped off as the exact duplicates of the first edition from 1986 now sell for about $25.
You probably can't get the job as editor of The Police Chief with a felony (it's a real magazine--"The Professional Voice of Law Enforcement") but nothing about magazine editing precludes someone with a felony conviction from doing it.\n. \nMore important: do you know how to be a magazine editor?… That's what they want to know. (MORE)
6 times: April 1999 the infamous "lolita image" 2001 camo outfit don't treat me like a little girl 16 November 2001 britney takes charge 2003 naked side view march 2008 break down December 11 2008 shes back! 6... that i know of
Rolling Stone Magazine, overseen by Wenner Media, has various internships available, lasting the length of a college semester, for which you can earn college credit. These are unpaid positions. Rolling Stone doesn't publish set salaries. They ask for a resume listing your "salary requirements." T…hey do claim to be "competitive," however. The median salary for a reporter with one year or less experience was about $27,000 in 2009. (MORE)
The Beatles (as a group ) are the only person/people to have appeared exactly 16 times. Most of the members have appeared multiple times excluding these, including Mick Jagger with 29 individual covers.
"Almost Famous" (2000). Stars Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudson, Jason Lee, Patrick Fugit, Zooey Deschanel, Anna Paquin, Jimmy Fallon.
You are interested to get a career in mass communications field and want to become a magazine or newsletter editor are you eligible and what should you study?
The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the education and training required for Editors. A college degree generally is required for a position as an author, writer, or editor. Good facility with computers and communications equipment is necessary… in order to stay in touch with sources, editors, and other writers while working on assignments, whether from home, an office, or while traveling. Education and training. A bachelor's degree or higher is typically needed for a job as an author, writer, or editor. Because writing skills are essential in this occupation, many employers like to hire people with degrees in communications, journalism, or English, but those with other backgrounds and who can demonstrate good writing skills may also find jobs as writers. Writers who want to focus on writing about a particular topic may need formal training or experience related to that topic. For example, textbook writers and fashion editors may need expertise in their subject areas that they acquired either through formal academic training or work experience. The Internet and other media allow some people to gain writing experience through blog posts, text messages, or self-publishing software. Some of this writing may lead to paid assignments based upon the quality of the writing, unique perspective, or the size of the potential audience, without regard to the absence of a degree. Training and experience for author, writer, and editor jobs can be obtained by working on high school and college newspapers, community newspapers, and radio and television stations and submissions to literary magazines. College theater and music programs offer playwrights and songwriters an opportunity for them to have their work performed. Many magazines, newspapers, and broadcast stations also have internships for students. Interns may write stories, conduct research and interviews, and learn about the publishing or broadcasting business. Other qualifications. Authors, writers and editors must be able to express ideas clearly and logically and should enjoy writing. Creativity, curiosity, a broad range of knowledge, self-motivation, and perseverance are also valuable. Authors, writers, and editors must demonstrate good judgment and a strong sense of ethics in deciding what material to publish. In addition, the ability to concentrate and to work under pressure is essential. Editors also need tact and the ability to guide and encourage others in their work. Familiarity with electronic publishing, graphics, Web design, and multimedia production increasingly is needed. Use of electronic and wireless communications equipment to send e-mail, transmit work, and review copy often is necessary. Online publications require knowledge of computer software and editing tools used to combine text with graphics, audio, video, and animation. Advancement. Writers and authors generally advance by building a reputation, taking on more complex writing assignments, and getting published in more prestigious markets and publications. Examples of previously published work form the best route to advancement. Establishing a track record for meeting deadlines also makes it easier to get future assignments. Writing for smaller businesses, local newspapers, advertising agencies, or not-for-profit organizations either as a staff writer or on a freelance basis, allows beginning writers and authors to begin writing right away and take credit for their work. Opportunities for advancement within these organizations may be limited, because they either do not have enough regular work or do not need more advanced writing. In larger businesses, jobs and promotions usually are more formally structured. Beginners often read submissions, do research, fact check articles, or copy edit drafts, and advance to writing and editing more substantive stories and articles. Most editors begin work as writers. Those who are particularly adept at identifying stories, recognizing writing talent, and interacting with writers, may be interested in editing jobs. Except for copy editors, most editors hold management positions and must also enjoy making decisions related to running a business. For them, advancement generally means moving up the corporate ladder or to publications with larger circulation or greater prestige. Copy editors may move into original writing or substantive editing positions or become freelancers. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
Technically, you don't need any degrees at all -- there are no minimum education requirements in journalism, as there are in, say, medicine or law. So if you dropped out of school in the 6th grade, there is no legal reason you couldn't edit a magazine, if you could convince a publisher to hire you -…- or if the publisher were your dad! In the real world, however, the minimum education for someone aspiring to be a magazine editor would be an undergraduate degree in journalism, or English, or maybe even creative writing. Then, if you want to edit a specialty magazine, it wouldn't hurt to have a Master's in that specialty -- for example, you'd want a science degree to edit a science magazine, or one in economics for a financial publication. Of course, print magazines will be a relic of the past in the not-too-distant future, but I'm sure they'll live on electronically for quite some time. (MORE)
The U.S. military's top commander in Afghanistan got into hot water with the White House and top military brass by criticizing Obama administration officials in a "Rolling Stone" article by Mark Hastings titled "Runaway General." As a result, Gen. McChrystal was ordered to Washington to explain h…is comments and those made by his aides in the magazine piece. He submitted his resignation to President Obama, who accepted it and replaced him on June 23, 2010, with Gen. David Petraeus. "Rolling Stone" quoted a McChrystal aide who said the general was "disappointed" by his first White House meeting with President Obama, whom he considered unprepared. McChrystal also is quoted as saying that he found it "painful" when the president reprimanded him last fall for speaking openly about his desire for more troops in Afghanistan. The magazine also said a McChrystal aide referred to White House National Security Adviser Jim Jones - a retired 4-star general - as a "clown" who's "stuck in 1985." There were also jokes by McChrystal and his staff about Vice President Joseph Biden. McChrystal issued a statement on June 22, 2010, apologizing for the comments in the magazine. (MORE)
He was. Manson loved it. Charles Manson was named Man of the Year in the underground newspaper 'Tuesday's Child' in early 1970. It was reported in Rolling Stone magazine No61 on 25th June 1970 with a photo of the front cover which is where the misconception originated. I have an original copy of …the magazine which names Manson as 'the most dangerous man alive' - I guess this only serves to feed the myth about them naming him man of the year (MORE)
I would try the publisher which is Straight Arrow Publishers, San Francisco CA. The Rolling Stone, which is an American icon was started by Jann Wenner in 1967 (Wenner is still publisher). The Charles Manson issue was one of the biggest sellers in the magazines history. If you can find it, buy it, i…t is probably worth some money. (MORE)
The "Rolling Stone" magazine can be purchased from a variety of vendors such as a local news-stand , Borders , Barnes & Noble , the "Rolling Stone" website , etc . . .
John Lennon, who was also the first person to have his picture on the cover.
Like many other things in life, liking or disliking Rolling Stone is a matter of personal opinion. Mine is that it does not suck.
I'm unsure, although I think it would be safe to assume that the original lineup has been on the cover, even if it was after Brian Jones had died or even when Bill left the band.
A rolling stone gathers no moss. A person who is a rolling stone moves from one thing to another, one woman to another. This is a very good metaphor for Rock & Roll. Muddy Waters used the saying "rolling stone" in a song. In England in the 60's there was a radio program that played a lot of old …time blues and early rock music. People like Brian Jones listened, and they knew more about this American music than we did! (I've heard Elvis Costello mention this as an influence as well.) The magazine name, the band name, and Bob Dylan's song Like a Rolling Stone all have the same source - Muddy Water's lyric. (MORE)
I forgot what page it's on...but it will state 1986...I think it's in the middle of the magazine. It will clearly state 1986 reprint. If you don't find it, you may have something valuable.
Rolling Stone was founded in San Francisco in 1967 by Jann Wenner (who is still editor and publisher) and music critic Ralph J. Gleason.
Most coaches were players at one point or another. Knowing the ins and outs of the game is a must for any potential coach. Employing effective strategies, dealing with personnel issues, evaluating talent and clock management are also key factors in being a successful coach.
He appeared in a police uniform on the cover of RS -- to address concerns about the song "Cop Killer" by his band, Body Count.
Carlos has been on the cover of RS three times: March 16, 2000 ("The Epic Life of Carlos Santana"); May 6, 1976 ("Santana Comes Home"); and December 7, 1972 ("The Resurrection of Carlos Santana"). The "Cosmic Carlos" article was from the August 19, 1999 issue (with Angelina Jolie on the cover.) (The…re was also an article called "Carlos' Cosmic Bummer" in the 10-16-2008 issue.) (MORE)
According to the official Rolling Stone website a 1-year subscription costs $19.95 USD and includes 30 total issues. It does not appear that they offer an option to buy individual issues without creating an account, so the easiest way to find out how much they cost is to either create an account the…re yourself or visit a local gas station, supermarket, bookstore or other establishment that sells magazines and check for yourself. It is very likely that purchasing a subscription saves you a significant amount of money over purchasing a year's worth of issues individually, however. (MORE)
The top 5 comedians of 2012 according to the Rolling Stone Magazine are Michael Che, Joan Rivers, and Charles Barkley. Also 4th is Jimmy Fallon, and 5th is Daniel Kitson.
According to the Rolling Stone magazine official website, some of the best singers include Whitney Houston, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan.
The Rolling Stones is a band, but the famous and great read Rolling Stone magazine is available at most local retailers, including 7-11, your local grocery store and book stores. If you are looking for a digital read, you can visit the Rolling Stone magazine website for details.
Rolling Stone Magazine The 10th Anniversary - 1977 TV was released on: USA: 25 November 1977
Unfortunately, there is no guaranteed method; reviewers are sometimes assigned certain new albums by their editor; and sometimes the reviewer just chooses the album because he or she has heard the band before, or knows some of the musicians in the band, or the album was recommended by another review…er (or by the band's record company). You may want to look at some recent issues of Rolling Stone and see who is doing most of the reviews. Contact that person, sending a link to some of your best music and a video, if you have one. As I said, there are no guarantees, but if you can make contact with the reviewer, there's a chance he or she will at least listen to your music. Keep in mind, however, that reviewers at the big magazines, including Rolling Stone, receive many requests each week, so don't take it personally if you do not receive the response you wanted. (MORE)