20 days ago
Open to LOS ANGELES AREA residents ONLY
Are you a writer looking for a new opportunity to broaden your horizons and strengthen your skills? Are you passionate about experiencing live music? Mxdwn.com is looking for a concert reviewer to join their Los Angeles team. Mxdwn is an established online entertainment magazine that focuses on news, original reviews, features, photography and interviews.
We are a leader and innovator in providing dynamic entertainment content. An essential part of what makes the magazine tick is live coverage of musical performances. We are currently adding to our team of concert reviewers in the LOS ANGELES AREA ONLY.
If you are passionate about writing and music, this is the job for you. As a concert reviewer, you will attend some of the most promising live music shows passing through Los Angeles, all while building your journalism portfolio.
Number of positions available
You must be local to the Los Angeles area for this position and please note this position is UNPAID. If you are interested in becoming a part of the concert review team, please email email@example.com a resume, a small personal description, and any writing samples.
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What happens after you send in your application?
mxdwn has not provided an expected interview date. If mxdwn chooses not to move forward with your application, they will notify you.
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