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Mix It Up With Metromix

nightla.jpgDo we normally use this blog to list job postings? No. But job postings aren’t normally for an outfit with as fun a name to say out loud at Metromix.

Metromix. Metromix. Metromix. Say it backward, and a kid from the fifth dimension loses all his powers.

In any case, Metromix, a new LAT/Tribune online entertainment site geared toward those thick-walleted 18- to 34-year-olds, is looking for online writer/editors, and we told LA Metromix’s editor Deborah Vankin that we’d help get the word out because we’re nice like that.

In addition to the job description below, Vankin says she’s also looking for a number two who can “work with the Assoc. Producers on the site. 5+ years experience as writer-editor — both online and print experience preferred.”

Assoc. Producer – Metromix – LA
Tribune Interactive is looking for experienced Associate Producers (i.e., online Writer-Editors) in LA to help launch and grow Metromix, a new local entertainment site aimed at 18-to-34-year-olds. Will play a key role in developing content for and coverage on the site. Should have a strong background as an editor and writer online, and ideally in print as well. Associate Producer will oversee daily planning, scheduling, execution and deadlines for the LA Metromix site. Work with freelancers on collecting and updating information for events database. Build and maintain editorial relationships with local restaurants, bars, clubs and event organizers. Work with LA Times online edit staff to coordinate entertainment listings coverage. Serve as editorial back-up to the main site Editor-Producer. Should be well versed in all aspects of pop culture and be well-informed about local restaurants, bars, clubs, music and entertainment events in Los Angeles. 2 yrs experience with online/print experience, HTML, internet, and online photo production required. Strong communication skills with ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.

Send inquiries to Deborah dot Vankin at latimes dot com and CC deborahvankin at yahoo dot com

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