We’re looking for a few freelance reality TV news writers for Reality Tea. No experience necessary, other than a considerable amount of knowledge of your favorite shows and stars.
To apply for a freelance spot, send me a list of the reality shows and stars that you’d consider yourself an almost-expert on (both on air and behind the scenes) and also include a sample reality news article. Email the info/sample, along with your weekly availability/number of articles willing and able to cover, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
L.A. & NYC Correspondents At Large:
Do you live near L.A. or NYC? Do you love attending celeb soirees and rubbing elbows with the reality stars, supporting their events and product launches? We’re looking for several ‘correspondents at large’ to represent Reality Tea at various functions. The job would vary depending on the event, but would often include taking photos and blogging/recapping your experience and sometimes doing brief on-site interviews. If you have an interest – with or without experience – drop us an email of interest.
Are you a reality TV fan looking for that first step into the world of TV recap writing? If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at recapping and have been looking for a place to start, we might be the perfect fit for you! Reality Tea is looking for coverage on several reality shows that we just don’t have the time or staff to cover. While these will be unpaid recaps, it’s a great opportunity to add to your resume.
A few of the shows we’re in need of recappers to cover:
Million Dollar Listing San Francisco
Don’t Be Tardy
Teen Mom 2
Bachelor In Paradise
Braxton Family Values
Keeping Up With the Kardashians
Bad Girls Club
Basketball Wives (season 4 coming soon)
T.I. & Tiny: the Family Hustle
Others not listed
To pitch us on recapping your favorite show, send a sample recap our way by emailing me at email@example.com! Please remember that we’re not just looking for the funniest, snarkiest recaps – we want to hear your voice shining through! At Reality Tea we like to have a range of writing styles and viewpoints, so just be you!
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