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NBA/MLB/CBB Journalist

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by The Game Haus, May 9, 2018.

  1. The Game Haus

    The Game Haus New Member

    The Game Haus is currently looking for MLB, NBA and college basketball writers! If you're passionate about sports and looking for experience as a journalist, podcaster, and/or video editor, look no further! Both team-specific and league writers are needed.

    The Game Haus is a startup sports and esports media company that gives you the ability to work and gain experience from home. You'll be responsible for two to three articles per week, and some podcasting and video work. This internship is unpaid, but could lead to a job with us in the future

    If you're a college student, we have been approved to provide college credit from many schools, so please don't hesitate to ask if your school is included.

    If you're interested in a position with us, please email recruitment@thegamehaus.com with a resume and a detailed description of how and why you will be a fit with us. To get an idea of the work that we do, please visit thegamehaus.com and our YouTube page.

    We look forward to hearing from you!


    Ben
     
    Last edited: May 9, 2018
  2. ss90

    ss90 Member

    Man, seeing these types of jobs reminds me why I got out of this business. Here's a piece of advice to my fledglings looking to break into this industry: if they can't afford to pay you for your efforts, then they don't deserve your labor. The site's founders are barely out of college themselves and they are offering internship credit? Excuse me? Watch this video, but skip to the part where he talks about "paying the writer" if you need a direct message.

     
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