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Nadine Cheung

Nadine Cheung is a New York-based freelance writer and editor with a passion for music, movies, pop culture, food, yoga, TV, books and everything in between. Her lifestyle and entertainment content has been featured on AOL, The Huffington Post, Page Six Magazine, Billboard, PopCrush and more.

Forbes Seeks News-Savvy Homepage Editor

If you’re all about news, business and tech, Forbes has an exciting homepage editor position with your name on it. The gig is more than just plugging in links and images, which is why the magazine is looking for someone with great news sense to help drive traffic.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for curating an engaging mix of business, markets, economics, investing and technology coverage in order to push traffic toward individual pages. You’ll monitor breaking news; manage and support contributors; help execute social media strategies; and write occasional posts on business topics.

Those with a few years of online editing or news producer experience are most wanted. You’ll need to be adept at writing sharp headlines and skilled at copy editing. Naturally, you should be passionate about business, and have an eye for digital production and photos. Interested? Apply here.

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MTV Has a ‘Clutch’ Lead Blogger Opening

If you consider yourself a radical guy, or can at least talk like one, MTV.com has a sweet opening you should know about. The site is looking for a lead blogger for its Clutch vertical, which explores the interests of the ultimate dude.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for producing 7-10 posts per day (Monday through Friday), covering music, sports, cars, pop culture, gadgets, humor, relationships, sex (obviously) and more. You should understand the voice and tone of the site, especially since you’ll be top editing copy and managing freelance writers.

Three to five years of pop culture or lifestyle online editorial experience will help you land the gig, although an understanding of SEO, viral content and metrics will make you look like a star. Those with HTML and Photoshop skills are most wanted. Self-starters and expert multi-taskers should apply here.

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The Job Post: Here’s the Inside Scoop on Working at Out

Out is the world’s biggest gay magazine and boasts must-read features like its recent cover story on the Grammy-winning singer Adele. But is the Here Media title somewhere you’d want to work? A rep from the mag wholeheartedly believes so.

Out relies on a very close and collegiate team that is motivated largely by passion for what we do and respect and admiration for each other,” our source says. “The demands of putting out a high class magazine and website on a tight budget and lean team finds compensation in the creative freedom we enjoy, and the lack of corporate hierarchies and rules.” Read more

Time Out Los Angeles Seeks City-Savvy Website Editor

If you know where all the real L.A. hotspots are (i.e. places that haven’t been featured on The Hills) here’s a job for you. Time Out is looking for an editor to launch its Los Angeles website.

You’ll be responsible for having your finger on the pulse of the arts and entertainment scene, covering everything from music and theater to restaurants and bars. You’ll oversee the day-to-day operations of the site, while managing a small staff. Of course, you’ll also assign, write and edit packages, and coordinate with Time Out New York on North American editorial initiatives.

To land the gig, you’ll need three to five years of experience in the digital space, along with experience managing a staff. You should be passionate about L.A. culture, but also know your way around CMS, SEO best practices, social networking and HTML. Familiarity with analytics tools will go a long way, too. Interested? Apply here.

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The Job Post: Land a Gig at Hearst Like Brandon Perlman Did

Brandon Perlman is ecstatic. He just landed the newly created director of marketing strategy gig at Hearst Magazines Digital Media, where he will help build the brand through creative solutions.

“The digital team is focused on partnering with companies that are changing the way consumers experience online advertising, and is also setting the bar for what advertisers expect from their marketing spend,” Perlman said in a press release. “I’ve been very impressed with Hearst’s digital innovation and I’m excited to join the marketing team to help further the group’s growth in this space as the company expands.” Read more

WNYC Seeks Newshound for Evening Host Gig

If you’re a newshound that has a passion for public radio, we have a great opening for you. WNYC is looking for an evening news host to anchor hourly newscasts.

In this role, you’ll use your writing and editing skills to craft stories and headlines for distribution on-air and online. You’ll also help monitor, update and prioritize on-air and online news content, as well as record news spots for broadcasts and the Web. You should be relatively tech-savvy, and have a flexible schedule that includes some weekend and early morning hours.

The ideal candidate will have at least three years of journalism experience, along with a minimum of two years as a broadcast host. You’ll need to demonstrate solid news judgment, and be able to project a “professional, accessible and authoritative presence” on the air. Interested? Apply here.

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Jorge Cruise Is Looking to Beef Up His Staff

Best-selling author Jorge Cruise is looking to hire a fitness professional, who is as much of a whiz with words as he or she is with nutrition. Casual gym-goers need not apply.

Cruise, the author of The Belly Fat Cure is searching for someone who’s passionate about healthy living and can translate that energy and knowledge into the written word. You should be able to write in Cruise’s voice and style, and be open to creating TV segments for him, too.

To land the gig, you’ll need demonstrated experience in writing, diet and fitness, with a background in direct marketing. A solid understanding of social media is another must-have. You’re going to need to back up your lifestyle claims with photos and/or links to social media profiles, so be prepared. Interested? Apply here.

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Haute Living Seeks Managing Editor Who Loves to Write

Do you love to write? Are your editing skills on point? Haute Living is looking for a new managing editor who, in the magazine’s words, is “a writing machine.”

In this role, you’ll be writing five to six stories per month, while overseeing the editorial features of the mag’s Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Miami editions. You should love writing profiles for the luxury lifestyle market, and be a proofreading pro.

At this time, Haute Living is only considering applicants who are located in New York City and Miami. The six-year-old magazine is a growing brand that’s looking for “winning” candidates to be a part of its team (Charlie Sheen would approve). If this describes you, apply here.

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Here’s the Scoop: Life & Style Seeks News Director

In March, Life & Style was looking for an art director, and now it looks like its staffing up again. The magazine is searching for a news director to join its Englewood Cliffs, N.J. office.

In this role, you’ll be in charge of the news division, working with the mag’s east coast and west coast bureaus, as well as reporters and journalists around the country. If Brangelina hits a rough patch, you’re on it. If a celeb gets arrested, you know why. You’ll develop engaging content, and work with photographers, publicists and sources to package each story in a compelling way.

To be considered, you should have demonstrated editorial experience and solid news judgment. You’ll be representing the mag in the media, so camera-ready candidates are most wanted. Your schedule should be extremely flexible, and you should thrive under deadline. If you think you have what it takes, apply here.

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Here Media Seeks Connected Senior Advertising Director

Calling all ad men and women! Here Media is on the hunt for a new senior advertising director to oversee the western region from its L.A. office.

In this role, you’ll manage the L.A. sales team, who is responsible for identifying, developing, maintaining and managing assigned accounts. You’ll work with clients and agencies, while collaborating with the print, online and mobile sales and marketing and promotional teams to reach your goals.

To land the gig, you’ll need at least seven years of ad sales experience, with at least five years in the digital space and three years in management. Here needs someone with major contacts and solid industry relationships, who thrives under pressure. Expert problem-solvers and negotiators should apply here.

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