We're looking for a junior writer to help us out with our news coverage—and, if things work out, reviews and blog posts, as well. The position would be on a freelance, part-time basis, with a preference for people based in the continental United States.
In the interest of fair competition, we're asking that all candidates submit one sample news post as part of their application. The sample news post should cover this press release, and it should meet the following criteria:
Although the post should match the standard of quality you're used to seeing on TR, it will not be published on the site. Just think of it as a highly customized cover letter.
Applicants should send the sample post along with their résumé to this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update: The position has been filled. Thanks to everyone who applied!
|Agon AG352UCG serves up curved G-Sync gaming at 100Hz||11|
|BlackWidow Chroma V2 arrives with Razer's Yellow switches||11|
|Toshiba N300 hard drives are ready for NAS service||13|
|GeForce 378.49 drivers are ready to face Resident Evil 7||13|
|Google Voice gets a long-overdue update||9|
|iOS 10.2.1 update plugs multiple security holes||8|
|Android apps coming to all future Chromebooks||9|
|Steam client lets users move games and use Xbox controllers||14|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 phones won't appear at MWC||12|
|Face it. We all know the success of PC Gaming is because of the invention of the RGB LED.||+55|