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Posted: January 31 2015
Company Location: Millbury, MA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionOur up and coming publication is seeking a handful of talented journalists/ editors who not only have an unfounded passion for writing and electronic music, but are eager to apply their passion and knowledge of the industry to a quickly expanding publication. As a member of our team, you will gain the opportunity to write on a myriad of topics, including pop culture, the latest electronic music industry news (as it happens), upcoming singles, mix compilations, studio albums, tech/ business/ fashion(relating to the electronic community); select editorials; reviews of upcoming releases via privileged access to track promos from various well known record labels and publicity agencies; weekly creative features about and with your favorite artists, and more.
Requirements* Your style of writing is professional, expressive, well-voiced, and free of basic grammatical errors and punctuation. (An MLA handbook is your friend!)
* Posses a sound knowledge of all electronic dance music genres and understand what sonic elements differentiate one from the other.
* Understand the difference between a blog and a professional publication.
* Social network savvy with a basic understanding of industry trends.
* Available to commit to a certain number of write-ups on a weekly basis.
* Interested in furthering your career in journalism, mass media, and the music industry at large.