If you love music, struggle with clearing out your DVR each week and pride yourself on being able to take anyone down in the Leonard Maltin game, Billboard has a job for you. The magazine is looking for a top-notch film and TV reporter to break news, spot trends and analyze industry developments.
In this role, you’ll contribute regular articles for Billboard’s weekly print mag, Billboard.biz and Billboard.com. Along with your daily and breaking news pieces, you’ll also work on long-form profiles and trend reports for the magazine. Another sweet bonus? You’ll be responsible for heading up the programming for Billboard’s annual Film & TV Music conference.
To be considered, you should have at least three years of reporting and writing experience in entertainment or business. You should have excellent industry contacts, and be able to handle tight deadlines. Of course, passion for film, TV and music is a must. Interested? Apply here.
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