Kettle Mag was set up in 2011 to help journalism students gain the practical, publishing experience that so many employers demand these days, whist building a professional portfolio of published work.
Since then we’ve had the privilege to work with hundreds of journalism students – mostly, but not exclusively, from the UK. Many of our writers have gone on to work for large publishers and media companies and whilst we can’t claim to be the reason for this, several have cited Kettle as being instrumental in helping them land their desired job.BECOME A PATRON
Kettle has always generated its income from advertising revenue but this has dried up in recent years. If Kettle is survive, we need to find alternative funding and so we are aksing our audience for help.
In return, not only will you have the warm, fuzzy feeling that you get from helping future generations of journalism students but we’ll also give you a whole heap of rewards.
Head over to our Patreon page to see how you can help and what you will get in return.
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Thank you :o)