"When Forever Young needs a crackerjack sports feature prepared, we turn to Jeffrey Reed of London."
- Don Wall, Editor, Forever Young
Among his many accolades, Jeffrey Reed has received the Silver Award from the prestigious National Mature Media Awards (NMMA). His story, chronicling the career of Canadian curling legend, Russ Howard, was judged amongst more than 1,000 entries from across North America. Read his award-winning story, Russ Howard, Curling Legend, listed below. Also listed below is Jeffrey’s story, Canadiens-Leafs, which won the NMMA Award of Merit in 2006. And in 2010 and '11, Jeffrey was voted Top Golf Website Columnist - Feature Story in Canada, as selected by the Golf Journalists Association of Canada.
Ontario Golf Magazine calls Jeffrey Reed “one of Canada’s most versatile journalists.” A nationally-recognized writer and professional broadcaster, Jeffrey’s work appears coast to coast in a myriad of magazines and newspapers. The National Post and the Toronto Star have published Jeffrey’s stories focusing on the business of golf, and he has acted as Southwestern Ontario correspondent for SCOREGolf since 1991. A national audience also recognizes Jeffrey’s work from the pages of publications including Forever Young, Urban Male Magazine, The Mortgage Journal and Heavy Construction News – just to name a few. As well, Jeffrey is a contributor to Popular Communications - the world’s leading communications publication.
A two-time author, Jeffrey Reed specializes in sports, business, construction and entertainment writing for magazines, newspapers and websites. As a highly-regarded photographer, he has the unique ability to conveniently supply editors with professional images to accompany his stories. As one of Southwestern Ontario’s most experienced and professional sports broadcasters, Jeffrey is available for freelance work in the fields of radio and television journalism. As well, Jeffrey Reed is one of London and area’s most sought-after public speakers – read his story, Diamond Dream.
A member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC), and Golf Journalists Association of Canada (GJAC), Jeffrey is a Professor at Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology, where he helps shape the careers of future corporate communication and public relations professionals. He's also a writing instructor with the University of Western Ontario’s Continuing Studies.
Here are some samples of Jeffrey’s articles. For more examples, visit his Discussion section.
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