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Reality TV news writers wanted: Bachelor, 90 Day Fiance, RHOBH/RHONY, Jersey Shore

Monsters & Critics Published: September 6, 2021
Location
Anywhere
Work can be done remotely
Job Type
Company Type
Mid-sized Business

Description

Monsters and Critics is hiring! If you're a budding or experienced writer and love the world of reality TV, come and join us!

We are looking for news writers to cover one or more of the following: 90 Day Fiance, The Bachelor franchise, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Real Housewives of New York and Jersey Shore.

Monsters and Critics (https://www.monstersandcritics.com) is one of America's leading entertainment websites.

All roles are work-from-home (or anywhere!) with flexible hours. You must be able to commit to writing at least 10 stories a week (roughly 10 hours), although more is preferred.

RHOBH/RHONY WRITER

— You will extensively cover The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and The Real Housewives of New York. You will work under our Reality TV Editor, writing news articles based on what happens on the shows, as well as what current and former Housewives are up to off camera, for example on their social media.

You will need to use your journalistic skills to find your own ideas for stories, although some headline ideas will also be provided.

To apply for this role, you must be a self-starter and a die-hard RHOBH and RHONY fan. You need to know the shows inside out. You should be up-to-date on the latest episodes (and have watched all previous seasons), follow current and former cast members on social media, and know what fans are talking about in all the groups on Facebook.

You will need to contribute at least 10 stories (roughly 10 hours) a week, and help promote your articles on social media. You must be able to commit to writing on the nights when new episodes air, and to contribute other stories regularly throughout the week.

BACHELOR FRANCHISE WRITER

You will extensively cover all the shows in The Bachelor franchise. You will work under our Reality TV Editor, writing news articles based on what happens on The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, as well as what current and former Bachelor stars are getting up to off-camera, for example on their social media.

You will need to use your journalistic skills to find your own ideas for stories, although some headline ideas will also be provided.

To apply for this role, you must be a self-starter and a die-hard Bachelor franchise fan. You need to know the shows inside out. You should be up-to-date on all the them, follow the stars on social media, and know what fans are talking about in all the Bachelor groups on Facebook.

You will need to contribute at least 10 stories (roughly 10 hours) a week, and help promote your articles on social media. You must be able to commit to writing on the nights when new episodes air, and to contribute other stories regularly throughout the week.

JERSEY SHORE WRITER

You will extensively cover Jersey Shore Family Vacation and the cast. You will work under our Reality TV Editor, writing news articles based on what happens on show, as well as what current and former Jersey Shore stars are getting up to off-camera, for example on their social media.

You will need to use your journalistic skills to find your own ideas for stories, although some headline ideas will also be provided.

To apply for this role, you must be a self-starter and a die-hard Jersey Shore fan. You should be up-to-date on the latest episodes (and have watched all previous seasons), follow current and former cast members on social media, and know what fans are talking about in all the groups on Facebook.

You will need to contribute at least 10 stories (roughly 10 hours) a week, and help promote your articles on social media. You must be able to commit to writing on the nights when new episodes air, and to contribute other stories regularly throughout the week.

90 DAY FIANCE WRITER

— You will extensively cover 90 Day Fiance on TLC and all its spin-offs. You will work under our Reality TV Editor, writing news articles based on what happens on the shows, as well as what the cast are getting up to off-camera, for example on their social media.

You will need to use your journalistic skills to find your own ideas for stories, although some headline ideas will also be provided.

To apply for this role, you must be a self-starter and a die-hard 90 Day Fiance fan. You need to know the franchise (including all the spin-offs) inside out. You should be up-to-date on all the shows (and have watched all previous seasons), follow the cast members on social media, and know what fans are talking about in all the groups on Facebook.

You will need to contribute at least 10 stories (roughly 10 hours) a week, and help promote your articles on social media. You must be able to commit to writing on the nights when new episodes air, and to contribute other stories regularly throughout the week.

GENERAL INFO

  • Articles are paid on a per-story basis.
  • There are opportunities to earn various bonuses on top of that flat fee.
  • You must be able to commit to writing at least 10 stories a week (roughly 10 hours), although more is preferable.
  • Excellent grammar and punctuation are a must.
  • Excellent communication skills are a must.
  • Knowledge of WordPress is preferred.
  • Knowledge of basic photo editing skills (resizing, cropping, adjusting exposure etc) is preferred.
  • Prior news writing experience is a big bonus.
  • The ability to work at speed is a big bonus.
  • Please highlight whether you have any of the above in your application.

Apply below, and good luck!

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