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News Writer for AndroidPolice.com - North America

Busy Pixel Media
United States

This position will operate on a remote, freelance basis. Applicants must be located in the US or Canada.Β 

Are you an experienced blogger with a knack for cutting through the fat and extracting the beating heart of a story in a flash? Oh, and do you have a passion for everything Android?

AndroidPolice.com is looking for News Contributors to cover relevant and up-to-date informative tech stories, including Android updates and releases, in a fast paced, collaborative environment.

The Android Police team is constantly scouring the Internet for the latest Android news, sharing tips, tricks, tutorials, videos, and podcasts, reviewing devices, apps, and games, and keeping track of custom ROMs and hacks.

Job Responsibilities

  • Write a minimum of 25 news articles per month, with no upper limit
  • Stay up to date on the latest Android news, products and updates
  • Coordinate with the editorial team for assignments and feedback
  • Input work into our in-house CMS according to our guidelines

Application Requirements

  • CVΒ 
  • Cover Letter (tell us why you want to write for us!)
  • 2-3 tech news articles you've written that demonstrate your writing abilities

Applicants must have a self-starter attitude and possess the following requirements

  • Relevant experience in writing and editing in the English language
  • Ability to think analytically; applauding or criticising aspects of the news sourceΒ 
  • Expert knowledge and broad familiarity of Android products or apps
  • Must be able to work within a US time zone

The hiring team at Android Police will get back to you as soon as possible if we think you'd make a solid addition to the team. Only applications containing relevant writing samples will be considered.

Please note that we have a zero-tolerance policy regarding plagiarism on our site. Any AI content generating tools are also forbidden from use. Therefore, any evidence of plagiarism within your work or AI-generated content will result in the rejection of your application.