Would you like to join ESCToday’s team and become part of our family? As of today ESCToday is opening its vacancies for those of you who have the passion, love and enthusiasm for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Do you want to become an editor, videographer, multimedia manager etc on ESCToday? If so what are you waiting for? Would you like to live the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest experience on ESCToday?
The 2016 Eurovision season is about to kick off in the coming months with lots of national selections, national finals and shows geared up for the 2016 ESC season in more than 30 odd countries. The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 10, 12 and 14 May at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stokholm.
We need fresh new editors and young blood in order to bring a breath of fresh air to ESCToday (editors, journalists, photographers, graphic designers, web/mobile developers, media producers, social media administrators, radio and/or TV presenters).
What is required?
- Enthusiasm, initiative, time and devotion
- Passion and love for the Eurovision Song Contest
- Free time during the day/night to cover the news- availability during ESC season/ ESC weeks
- Research and coverage of Eurovision related news and trivia
- A good level English (spoken and written)- mother tongue/C1+ level (foreign language)
- Journalistic & editorial experience and skills
- Fresh and innovative ideas
- Videogprahy, photography and graphics
- Multimedia, video and photo editing skills
If you comply with any of these above mentioned skills/requirements and are passionate about Europe’s favourite television show, you can send us your application.
How to apply?
If you are interested in joining the ESCToday family you can send your CV and a short bio to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further inquiries and details regarding the vacancies you can contact us at the above mentioned email.
What’s in it for you?
Everyone contributing on ESCToday.com is a volunteer. So what’s in it for you if you choose to join us?
First and foremost you will be part of the largest, most visited and respected independent Eurovision news site in the world. You will be able to work with artists from all over the European Broadcasting area. You will get the chance to cover local Eurovision events (national finals etc) as an ESCToday.com journalist and live the experience from inside (it’s hard work but fun). You will have the chance and thrill of sharing accurate news with the Eurovision society. It’s totally addictive! And finally? You make a difference!
ESCToday’s Rule #1
The #1 rule underlying ESCToday during the past 15 years has been to deliver independent and objective coverage of the Eurovision Song Contest news. ESCToday.com is highly recognised for its values and our team is works 24/7 under this sole rule.