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Recruiting: Contributing writers

We're looking for for enthusiastic additions to our West Coast and European teams.
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Engadget is recruiting new freelance news writers. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and links to three writing samples to jobs at engadget dot com.

Contributing writer:

Engadget is looking for ambitious and enthusiastic freelance writers capable of telling compelling stories about technology, science and the future of everything. The ideal candidate will put important news in proper context with minimal fluff, find an interesting and original angle from which to tackle a story, explain complicated subjects simply and clearly, and do this all quickly.

As a writer at Engadget you'll be an essential part of the best tech news team on the planet. You'll gain valuable experience and exposure in a fast-paced, online newsroom. Plus you'll have access to some of the finest writers and reporters in the business who can offer invaluable lessons on how to thrive in the modern media landscape.

Freelance contributing writers will be responsible for producing between three and five stories per day (across an eight-hour shift) assigned by news desk editors.

We are currently looking for writers across the West Coast, UK, or those willing to work similar hours.

We're looking for:

  • Passion and a strong voice
  • A deep understanding of technology
  • A pleasant disposition
  • A 4-year degree in journalism or a related field
    or
  • Equivalent professional experience

And a little bit of ...

  • HTML
  • Photoshop
  • Photography skills

Must be ...

  • A self-starter
  • Witty

Interested? Send a cover letter, resume, and links to three writing samples to jobs at engadget dot com.

Mat once failed an audition to be the Milkybar Kid, an advert creation that pushed white chocolate on gluttonous British children. Two decades later, having repressed that early rejection, he completed a three-year teaching stint in Japan with help from world-class internet and a raft of bizarre DS titles. After a few years heading up Engadget's coverage from Japan, covering high-tech toilets and robot restaurants, he heads up our UK bureau in London.

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