I’m the new Washington, D.C. Sports Headlines Examiner for Examiner.com. Basically, I write short articles about local sports events. In a typical week, I might do an article on a Caps game, Wizards game, either Maryland or Georgetown basketball game, and a fourth miscellaneous item. Right now I’ll do more Caps games because they’re doing so well. And of course, in the spring, I’ll be doing some Nats and D.C. United games, and of course Redskins news as it comes in.
See http://www.examiner.com/x-37753-DC-Sports-Headlines-Examiner for my articles. If you click on “subscribe” to the right of my name and then enter your email address, you’ll get email alerts whenever I do an article. Subscribing is free, and in a typical week, I’ll probably do about four articles. If you’re a local sports fan, it’s worth it just to find out what happened to the local teams, and just as important, to hear about any major breaking news. A perfect example of this is former Redskin Russ Grimm making the Hall of Fame, which just happened today. Also, I get paid per page click — each time one of my articles gets read.
Examiner.com is not affiliated with the Examiner newspapers. Examiner.com has reporters, or “Examiners” all over the country and emphasizes local news and sports.
As long as I’m promoting myself, I might as well cut and paste my bio here:
Mike Frandsen is a free-lance writer who has worked as a local sports reporter covering the Redskins, Wizards, Capitals, and Orioles. Mike also teaches kids with autism (www.coachmike.net) and works as an advocate for kidney donor awareness. He blogs about subjects as varied as sports, autism, and kidney disease at www.mikefrandsen.org.
Thanks for reading.