Posted On: August 20, 2013

Journalism Internship

Media Organization: TechMediaNetwork

Company Description

TechMediaNetwork is the only tech and science publisher that combines trusted editorial content with expert communities and integrated commerce experiences, reaching more than 72 million consumers worldwide– and we’re growing fast! Our premium portfolio of tech and science brands, including TopTenREVIEWS, Tom’s Hardware, LAPTOP, Tom’s Guide,, and LiveScience, offers a diversified mix of original, trusted content, from up-to-date technology reviews to down-to earth explanations of the wonders of science and the happenings in space. We have more than 300 employees located in six offices across the globe, with media properties operating in eight different languages.

The company is entering an exciting stage of growth as we aim to become the number one tech and science publisher in the world. We look forward to hearing from you.

Job Description

We are looking for enthusiastic interns who are ready to jump into the digital media ”pool” by way of a full cannonball - No toe dipping allowed!

The ideal interns will be card carrying science or technology geeks. Journalism experience and a solid understanding of HTML & social media are big pluses, and if you comprehend instructions and produce quality work quickly, we’ll practically throw a parade in your honor!

In exchange, we’ll give you a modest hourly wage ($15 / hour) and the nuts and bolts of new media journalism. Interns will learn strong story pitching, research, reporting, deadlines and SEO. All the experience you need to launch a successful journalism career.

To Apply

If you’ve got the chutzpah and are ready for the fast paced world of digital media, drop us a line. Let us know if you are interested in the “Science Intern” or “Tech Intern” program in the subject line. We also want to know something about what makes you tick as a journalist, your best writing sample and your resume to by October 1, 2013. Be sure to paste everything into the body of the email – no attachments - they annoy us. Really.