The Role: |
The Huffington Post has an opening for a TV editor. The ideal candidate is someone unhealthily obsessed with the space; someone with a deep knowledge of the industry but who can appeal to the broad TV viewer; someone who knows what people are talking about; someone who has a killer TV RSS feed but is able to pick out the best TV news of the day.
Industry contacts, comfort with SEO and a social media presence are all a plus.
2-3 years of experience is suggested.
Attention to detail and experience working on deadlines is a must.
About Huffington Post
Are you ready to rain change down on the world of digital journalism? Are you tired of waiting for the future of media and want to help us invent it? The Huffington Post, a member of the AOL family of companies, continues to have a substantial impact on how millions of people around the world consume and converse about the important events in their lives. We publish more than a thousand articles and blog posts every day. We have over 200 million comments from our fiercely loyal community. Our Pulitzer Prize winning editors and reporters have been recognized as industry leaders. But the best kept secret about HuffPost is the world class engineering and design team who work hand-in-hand with our editorial staff to create some of the most innovative media applications on the web, on your pad, and on your phone. With millions of users and billions of page views every month the Huffington Post challenges the engineer and designer with a huge audience and a chance to make a significant difference in the lives of people all over the world.
Huffington Post Media Group offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including 401(k) match and performance bonus. Huffington Post Media Group is an AOL company. AOL is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other classification prescribed by applicable law.
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