Bustle is seeking remote, part-time Celebrity News Writers to contribute six-hour shifts, two to four days each week, with availability on at least one weekend day every week preferred. Writers should have extensive knowledge of pop culture, strong news judgment, familiarity with SEO, and the ability to write quickly and cleanly. Writers should be willing and available for live coverage and celebrity interviews as needed. Familiarity with the Bachelor franchise, reality competition personalities, TikTok culture, and social media influencers is a plus. Please visit Bustle.com/Entertainment and Bustle.com/Celebrity to see the types of stories you will pitch or be assigned.
The ideal candidate should have 2+ years of reporting/writing experience, specializing in entertainment news or celebrity coverage.
- Pitch compelling angles on mainstream celeb news and entertainment stories
- Be available for occasional real-time coverage of award shows/events
- Keep tabs on celeb relationships, baby news, and social interactions
- Write quickly and cleanly in the event of breaking news
- Produce a minimum of 3 articles per shift
- A love of pop culture, celebrities, influencers, music, television and movies
- A strong voice paired with excellent news judgment and SEO knowledge
- A knack for finding fresh angles on celeb happenings and trending news
- The ability to meet deadlines and be flexible during breaking news
- The availability to work remotely at least two days per week
- 2+ years reporting/writing experience
Bustle Digital Group (BDG) is one of today’s leading, global media companies with a portfolio of distinct digital and experiential brands that are shaping culture. Over 82 million readers turn to our brands — Bustle, Elite Daily, Inverse, Mic, NYLON, W, Romper, Input, and The Zoe Report — to hear from a set of diverse voices around the issues and interests engaging the next generation. BDG is headquartered in New York City.