Stay Tuned

By Brian 

After three years reporting about reporters, it’s time to be a reporter. Starting next month, I’ll be covering the media world for The New York Times. Here’s the announcement.

mediabistro.com is turning TVNewser over to a new editor, and we’re looking for someone to take the brand to the next level. Here’s the job listing, or click continued to read it…

TV News Obsessive

Publication or Company  TVNewser.com
Industry  Television
Salary Competitive
Benefits 401K, Bonuses, Dental, Flexible Hours, Health
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location Soho, Baby, NY USA
Job Requirements mediabistro.com is seeking a writer/reporter who lives, breathes and eats TV news.

This is a full-time position. You will be covering television news and gossip for the industry’s #1 blog, TVNewser.

Experience in breaking news and/or covering media for a trade publication or newspaper (hey, Wall Street Journal folks, we’re talking to you!) is required.

If you’ve been reading TVNewser over the past few years, you’ll recognize that there is an unparalleled opportunity to take the brand to the next level. We want you to share in that success.

About Our Company

mediabistro.com started more than ten years ago with a series of salon-style events for the New York media community. Today, our parties have spread to London, Paris, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Boston, Chicago, Seattle, Philadelphia, Toronto, Dallas, Denver and Detroit (among other cities), and our website is the hottest place for media/publishing/content people to find jobs, share resources, and connect with each other. Editors, writers, television producers, graphic designers, and other ”content” people visit www.mediabistro.com more than 6,000,000 times each month, where features include daily media news, classes and seminars, and many other offerings for media professionals.

Contact Mr. Dylan Stableford
Email Address job.edit07@mediabistro.com
Address NY 10113 USA
Special Instructions Please send a Cover Letter detailing:

a) what you would improve upon re: the current TVNewser;

b) how well you are connected in the TV News/Broadcast Industry. MUST be well-sourced in the industry;

c) why you are the very best writer/reporter/blogger for this position.

Include a resume, some of your TV/Broadcast writing samples and anything else you think will convince us of your aptitude for this position.

NO ATTACHMENTS. (Please regard this.)

Thanks! — Dylan

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