Weekly Music News Writer

internship - part time, unpaid

mxdwn
Los Angeles, CA
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Posted 30 Days ago
mxdwn
Los Angeles, CA
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 30 Days ago

Description

Do you love music and have a passion for writing? Are you always up-to-date on the latest news about the best artists in the music industry? Are you looking to enter the exciting world of music journalism with published material on a well-established online magazine? If so, our weekly news writer position may be right for you. 

Our music newswire is looking for writers who are excited to cover a wide range of topics in the music industry, including album announcements, festival lineups, tour dates, and more. We publish news stories for every music genre under the sun, so you'll have to be as comfortable writing about electro-pop as you are writing about grindcore. 

In this position you'll be expected to write one day a week. On that day, you'll publish five news stories. This position typically requires less than 5 hours a week. 

If you are interested, please send us your resume and a cover letter explaining why you believe you're a good fit for our team. 

**This is an unpaid position. this is a remote opportunity, writers are not required to travel.**

Skills

editing, writing, music industry, magazine management, music journalism, festivals, pop, news, stories, microsoft excel, microsoft word, travel, cooking, television, entertainment

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