editors and public relation professionals.
For over 60 years, the Society of American Travel Writers has represented Travel’s Most Trusted Voices. Our members represent some of the most influential content producers in the travel industry, and their work can be seen throughout all print, digital and broadcast platforms.
SATW represents over 1,000 print and digital journalists, editors, and public relation professionals.
The travel and tourism industry will contribute an estimated $1.47 trillion to the US GDP.
The digital edition of the SATW Membership Directory and Resource Guide has over 17,500 page views.
Our member use the SATW Membership Directory to find:
• Convention and Visitor Bureaus
• Legal Services
• Travel Goods
• Travel Insurance
Our members use the SATW Membership Directory to find:
• Public Relations Representative
• Film Lectures
• Creators of Mobile Apps
Top Media Outlets Our Members Write For:
Newspaper (print & digital): Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Miami Herald, NY Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Toronto Sun, Vancouver Sun, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Dallas Morning News, Boston Globe Magazines (print & digital): American Way, Travel + Leisure, British Columbia Magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, National Geographic Traveler, Southern Living, TraveLife Magazine, Westways, Wine Spectator, and regional and specialty magazines.
Online: USA Today 10Best.com, Robbreport.com, Bindutrips.com, CruiseCritic.com, Ebony.com, fwtmagazine.com, Orbitz.com, WhereTraveler.com, Frommers.com, AARP.com, CAA.ca
Blogs: blog. goway.com, JetSetSarah.com, johnnyjet.com, NomadicMatt.com, Orbitz, thetravelauthority. blogspot.com
Broadcast: NY1, CJAD 800 Montreal, HLNTV, iHeart Radio, OnTravel.com, Travelvideo.tv, Travel Writers Radio, WDUN, NPR, and numerous morning TV shows throughout North America
Travel Books (print & digital): 100 Best Places to Retire (as well as many others in the100 Best series), Frommer’s Guides, Fodor’s Guides, Insider’s Guides, Lonely Planet Guides, Rand McNally.