TV Writer, Romper
Editorial – Romper
Romper is seeking remote Part-Time TV Writers to contribute 3-4 days per week.
Candidates should be curious and creative television addicts who are just as comfortable analyzing every detail in "Game of Thrones" as they are dissecting the latest "Keeping Up With The Kardashians” drama. The ideal applicant will have experience pitching creative stories, managing deadlines, and figuring out the topics TV fanatics will be talking about before episodes air.
Ideal candidates should have at least 2+ years of experience in reporting, writing, and/or blogging. Bonus points if your background or experience lends itself to covering TV news from a unique perspective (please tell us how in your cover letter)!
A minimum commitment of at least 3 days per week is required, although the position could be 4 days a week as well. Writers will work remotely.
Candidates should have availability for a six hour shift during normal business hours three days per week.
- Write between 3- 5 articles within a 6 to 8-hour shift, depending on content and length
- Be well-versed in television and has been writing television/entertainment content for at least 1-2 years
- Occasionally help with live reacts to episodes as they air and/or award shows, depending on location
Bustle Digital Group is the largest premium publisher reaching millennial women. Every month, nearly 80 million readers turn to Bustle Digital Group publications — Bustle, Romper, Elite Daily, and The Zoe Report — for impactful conversation around the interests and issues engaging women today. Focusing on everything from pop culture to parenthood, Bustle Digital Group's content leverages the power of a diverse set of voices from coast to coast. Bustle Digital Group does business with over 300 global brands, and ranks among the most popular media companies with our demographic on social media. Bustle Digital Group was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in New York City, with offices in Los Angeles and London.