Opportunities for Writers & Journalists
We are always looking for people to write articles, features, reviews, tutorials and expert tips to be published on the DVuser website
Fancy yourself as a journalist? looking to promote your products, your technologies or your opinions about the state of the British digital video
industry? DVuser is always open to submissions of stories, reivews and articles from our site visitors.
DVuser Writers Guidelines
You don't have to be a professional journalist. We are looking for valuable information and insight into the world of digital HD video.
If you have some valuable information, tips, news, story, feature, article, tutorials or anything else, drop us an email via the contact link.
If you are not sure if your article is acceptable, appropriate or if you just want some guidance about how to create your article, email us your ideas via the contact link with a short abstract and we will provide you with some feedback.
In general, stories, articles and editorials should be between 1000 and 5000 words with a some web friendly pictures or illustrations if possible. The copyright for all editorial submissions is retained by the writer.
So what do you get out of this?
Why submit your articles when you are not getting paid for it?
You get your name credited as the author. In addition, we may spotlight your article in our email newsletter. At the end of the article, you can also include a short bio about yourself or your company and its products and contact information, which we will link to. You can also link to your article from your own web page, be it a personal web page or company.
We reserve the right to publish or not publish any material submitted. All editorial and article submissions are subject to the approval by DVuser's editorial staff and may be edited, shortened and/or cleaned up to conform to our editorial style.
To submit reviews, articles, features, expert tips, press releases, show announcements, white papers or just good editorial articles or ideas, get in touch first via the contact link, we will then explain the procedure.
If you would like to write any of the above we would be happy to look at your ideas or finished work, although we can’t pay you for this at this moment in time, this could change in the future, we will send you a free copy of “Lighting for Digital Video”.