Open to all applicants globally!
We are looking for a culture/entertainment writer with experience writing compelling cultural analysis — both the quick take and the long view — plus reviews, interviews, and reported features. If you’re a passionate culture omnivore with a head, a heart and a point of view, let’s talk.
Our writers and editors are highly organized, detail- and deadline-oriented professionals who know how to collaborate and communicate effectively using digital tools. The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of professional writing experience in a digital media environment and formal journalism training (classroom, newsroom, or both), with SEO knowledge, AP Style fluency and familiarity with a WordPress-based CMS.
Preference will be given to candidates with daily writing experience and a demonstrated ability to enterprise a beat, with a proven ability to work simultaneously on shorter daily news stories and larger reported and/or critical projects.
This is a full-time, non-supervisory, salaried WGA-E position with full benefits, reporting to the Senior Editor for Culture. This is a remote position, but you will be expected to work an agreed-upon schedule and be legally able to work in the U.S.
We are especially interested in hearing from culture/entertainment writers who have fluency in both pop culture and social consciousness; work could range from writing an explainer, reporting on marginalized groups, finding the feminist angle into a piece of media, or delivering an opinionated take on the key personality du jour.
If you have digital audio or video experience, we’d like to hear about that too.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Salon empowers audiences with fresh and distinctive perspectives on not just what’s now, but what's next.
It believes good journalism is fearless journalism and goes beyond the headlines to reveal the story behind-the-story. Content that sparks conversation and makes the conversation smarter.
Salon continually engages in experimentation and innovation across its editorial, sales and technology groups, positioning it to lead in both media and technology. Evidence of this approach can be seen in its journalism and advertising, how it interacts with readers and its ability to provide a compelling platform for exchange and collaboration.
Founded in July 1995 by David Talbot, Salon has been called "intriguing and intelligent" (Washington Post), "truly compelling" (Time) and "smart and provocative" (Forbes). Salon.com has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, NPR, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, "Good Morning America," "Morning Edition," "Talk of the Nation," "Crossfire," the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, Time, Newsweek, and other major media.
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