Overview

EDM Authority are looking for aspiring journalists to join the team as we establish a global presence as a leading Dance Music Publication. You will be among the first to join the global family and will work directly with the editorial team in London.

Journalists will have full control over the stories and articles they publish, allowing you to write about the things that matter to you. Your work will be featured on the homepage of EDM Authority in your area, and will be integrated into the global publication.

The Role Includes
– Researching, investigating and studying stories and news pieces
– Writing & Editing Articles on topics relating to your City
– Attending Concerts, Festivals and Events around your area
– Interviewing Artists, from industry icons to up-and-coming names
– You do not need any previous experience or education in Music Journalism to apply for this role, you must have an interest and passion for Dance Music and Journalism however.

Pay
Writers will be paid per article, with an agreed amount varying on post type, length and time needed to complete the full article. An average news article is likely to pay £10/$13 for an entry level writer.

Job ‘Perks’
– Training in music journalism and editorial guidance – Perfect for CVs
– Concert and Festival Press Passes
– Opportunities for Paid positions within the company including Full & Part-Time
– Perfect for Students & Aspiring Journalists
– Opportunities to travel around Europe for major showcases & events
– Choose when you work & how much you write

To Apply
Write an example article on something you care about within dance music. That can be a concert/track review, an opinion, advice etc. Please keep it less than 500 Characters.

About EDM Authority

EDM Authority is a leading Dance Music Publication with over 1.2 million readers across 124 Countries. Targeted at industry Professionals, EDMA covers a range of topics from News, Investigations, Interviews and more.

In the last year we have focused on forming conversations on serious topics surrounding the industry. We got R/EDM talking about the importance of Hearing protection, our Campaign against Sexual Abuse in the music industry went viral and our ongoing coverage on mental health has sparked conversations across the genre. EDM Authority is not a Music Blog – We are change.

EDM Authority are looking to expand internationally, placing journalists in each of our top Cities to cover news and events in their Dance Music community. Our current priority is on London, Paris and New York, however we will take on writers outside of these locations.

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