Reporter – Broadway.com
Broadway.com is seeking reporters to cover the theater scene both online and on-camera. We want individuals who thrive under pressure and can simultaneously work on multiple assignments in a fast-paced and evolving environment. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated self-starter who is creative, organized, deadline-oriented and has a pop-culture sensibility.
-Quickly write accurate news stories.
-Conduct lively interviews for online and video features, including red carpet coverage.
-Develop ideas for special features, photo and video shoots.
-Write engaging synopses, bios, photo captions and more.
-Excellent reporting and writing skills required.
-Must be able to generate creative story ideas.
-Must be organized, punctual and reliable.
-Comfortable being on camera.
-Experience covering culture and entertainment.
-Basic understanding of HTML, Photoshop and blog publishing platforms a plus, but not required.
-Available for occasional weeknight and weekend work.
-Knowledge of Broadway and theater preferred.
Please send resume, cover letter, writing sample and reel (if you have one). If interested, we will contact you for an interview. Email only. No calls or visits, please.
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