Science journalists may work for newspapers, wire services, magazines, book publishers, radio and television networks and individual stations, digital news services and other independent information channels. Many science journalists write for the lay public; others write for professional audiences, such as scientists, physicians and engineers. While many science journalists are full-time staff writers for their organizations, many others are free-lancers, paid by the story, the book or the size of their weblog readership. Source
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