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WRITER/NEWS REPORTER , MIT Technology Review (MIT TR) , to write for MIT TR's most important newsletter, the Download . Mornings will be comprised of writing and compiling The Download, while afternoons will involve acting as a general assignment reporter, pitching, reporting, and writing news stories across all of Technology Review's core beats. Will find ways to promote MIT TR's stories in the newsletter in a way that makes them a fun, stand-alone read, but that also drives engagement and brings people back to the site; find the most engaging, useful, informative, and must-read stories about technology on the internet and compile them in a list that is packed full of fun and voice; make sure that the high standards of the Download are maintained and that it goes out in a timely manner every morning; and work with the news editor to come up with ways to improve, refresh, and hone the newsletter. Will also act as a general assignment news reporter by working across of all TR's beats, writing short news stories and analysis, pitching ideas for stories and working on stories that they have been assigned; and develop ability to write features and long-form. May have an opportunity to get involved in TR podcasts and to speak at its events and help moderate sessions.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree in related field, at least two years of experience in science/technology journalism, and initiative. Job #20523-6
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