Input is looking for experienced technology writers and reporters with a focus on one or more of the following: consumer tech news & reviews, gadgets and hardware, innovation, nerd / geek / internet culture, and investigative reporting around tech and the companies, people, and ideas driving technology forward.
Input is a consumer technology focused publication dedicated to bringing a new perspective on the most important, interesting, and vital stories from the world of innovation — on a platform that is uniquely modern, with voices that are authoritative, insightful, and cut through the noise.
You should have significant professional writing experience working for major publications (ideally digital), a clear understanding of the 24/7 news cycle, and a ridiculous amount of excitement and energy. You should love going after a story or sharing something with an audience. You should have experience shaping the online discussion on your beat by providing the definitive piece on a topic. You should be extremely familiar with the way news travels on the web and social networks both as a consumer and as a creator.
The ideal candidate is someone readers look to to better understand the world of tech. This person should come with a strong network within the tech industry. Having an online following that is already invested in what you have to say is a plus.
Do you have a high metabolism for news? A fascination with the way things work? A sense of humor and a critical eye? If you’ve got these qualities and you also happen to be a knockout writer, we’d like to meet you.
This is a full-time position ideally based in New York City, though remote writers will be considered.
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