EuroVisionary is looking for new writing journalists

Do you like to write about the Eurovision Song Contest, its national finals and current as well as former participants? Do you want to be a part of a good team with new friends who share your passion? Now is your chance. EuroVisionary is looking for new writers to help improve our 2015 season.

Since you are reading this chances are that you already have an interest towards the Eurovision Song Contest. That is not essiential, but it certainly helps that you are interested in what you will be writing about. It also helps you understand your coming team members, most of whom are very dedicated fans of the contest. 

We will not be testing whether or not you know who won the Eurovision Song Contest 25 years ago or exactly how many points Alexander Rybak gained when he won the contest in 2009. We just expect that you have a talent and an interest for writing in English and are willing to work together with the rest of our dedicated team ensuring that EuroVisionary delivers high quality news to our readers. 

You will be working from home most of the time and as such a good stable internet connection is necessary. Should you want to, we will be happy to help you cover various national finals on the spot just as we would like to have you as a part of our team in Vienna for the Eurovision Song Contest in May next year, but being able to go isn’t a requirement.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a 20 year old female from Scandinavia who studies design or a 45 year old male professionel journalist from south Europe. If you have the time, the wish and the talent, then we are ready to welcome you with open arms. 

As a writer on EuroVisionary you will be working with various aspects of the Eurovision Song Contest such as covering a national final live, conducting interviews and writing about news from current as well as former participants. You will be helping out with all participating countries, but your main focus will naturally be your own country or countries whose language you speak.

Does this sound like something you would like to be a part of? Filling in our application form is the first step. We look forward to recieving it and will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Source: EuroVisionary
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