Reporter - Social Media Culture, The Wall Street Journal - NY
5 days left
- Full Time
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to join Life & Arts to cover social-media and internet culture: the latest trends, personalities, influencers, memes and communities that exist on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and emerging social-media platforms.
The reporter will cover the ever-changing ways people are communicating and socializing within established and new social media, the social and political micro-communities that exist on various platforms, and the broader youth zeitgeist. The focus of this beat will be newsy features about lifestyle and culture rather than on technology.
At least five years of beat reporting experience is required.
Please click 'Apply' and include a cover letter and at least five clips in your application.
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