I recently saw a job posting on JournalismJobs.com for a full-time editor to commission and copy edit articles for LifeWire, an online content startup from the New York Times Co. that creates “on-demand lifestyle content” for top Web publishers.
A quick Google News search shows that, although their own page isn’t live yet, LifeWire has ran stories in CNN’s living, and travel sections for the past month or so.
I looked for some more information on LifeWire, but hadn’t read much about it. Any leads?
And P.S., doesn’t the site look awfully “Drupally”?
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Was interviewed for a holiday feature back in September, and became intriqued with the idea. I think it might be very good for the freelancer.
I’m intrigued with LifeWire – just came across an ad for it on Monster.com. I’m a freelance writer and editor, but would be quite interested in working for this publication in a full time/permanent capacity.
Please let me know if anyone has any leads! firstname.lastname@example.org.