BWW TV Seeks Writers to Recap Exciting Fall TV Shows

BWW TV Seeks Writers to Recap Exciting Fall TV Shows

BroadwayWorld TV is currently seeking talented television enthusiasts to add to our TV recapping and feature; coverage for a handful of shows returning and premiering this fall. We currently have a stable of 33 writers recapping 72 shows this season, but there are a handful of shows that we would still like to cover; check out the list is at the bottom of this post.

All applicants should have excellent writing skills and an interest in the finer points of television. The minimum requirement for the position is to post 700-1,500 word recaps of a specific TV show (or shows) as quickly after its initial airing as possible (preferably within an hour, but no later than 7:00am ET the following morning).

As a Contributing Editor, you will have the opportunity to recap and critique specific shows, design features of your own choosing, work as part of our expanding TV and Movie team, and there is the potential to conduct interviews with show creators and actors.

Although the position is unpaid, your compensation as a featured writer with us not only includes the opportunity to be published under your own byline and to have a publishing profile on the TV and main pages of the site, but also the occasional opportunity to have group and exclusive interviews with the stars and creators of your specific show.

The position offers the convenience of working remotely from your home (**Access to New York City is NOT necessary**). There are no administrative duties associated with the contributorship. You simply watch the shows and write what you think about them.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in being a part of, please send a resumé, which show(s); and how many shows; you would be interested in recapping, and one writing sample (either attached or via link) to Matt Tamanini at

The shows that we are still looking to fill are:

"The 100"

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Matt Tamanini Matt is BroadwayWorld's Senior TV and Film critic, and works behind-the-scenes at BWW as well. He is a proud graduate of The Ohio State University and has worked in professional and collegiate sports, as a theatre director, producer, and teacher, and he is a podcast host and producer with BroadwayRadio. He also hosts BroadwayWorld's pop culture podcast, 'Some Like it Pop.' You can connect with Matt through Twitter @BWWMatt.
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