WDWNT: The Job Fair (We’re Hiring)

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The WDWNT Network has over 60 volunteer employees that make up our entire group of websites and podcasts, but we are always looking for more help to keep our finger on the pulse of the Disney Parks and the fans of these amazing places. Here are the positions we are currently looking for:

WDW News Today

Photographer- Taking pictures on a regular basis at the Walt Disney World Resort

Videographer- Video recording attractions, entertainment, and special events at the Walt Disney World Resort

Disneyland News Today

Photographer- Taking pictures on a regular basis at the Walt Disney World Resort

Videographer- Video recording attractions, entertainment, and special events at the Disneyland Resort

Podcaster – Participate in discussions on the Disneyland News Today Podcast
Requirements: Vast knowledge of current events and the history of the Disneyland Resort. Quality microphone and high speed internet connection. Must be available for recording sessions.

WDWNTunes

Original Programming – Producing an original audio program.
Note: Existing podcasts or other audio shows are invited to apply, WDWNT will review your program before deciding to add it to the lineup on WDWNTunes.com

WDWNTube

Video Editing – Helping with the editing of videos, should have

Original Programming – Producing an original video program
Note: Existing podcasts or other audio shows are invited to apply, WDWNT will review your program before deciding to add it to the lineup on WDWNTunes.com

The Vinylmation Station

Editor – Editing the podcast on a bi-weekly or monthly basis.

If you are interested in any of these positions, please email us at [email protected]

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About the author

Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
Contact Tom at [email protected]

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    •  Michael- Writers for the magazine are asked to produce articles of at least 500 words, but are welcome to write longer articles if they wish.  There is no maximum word count.  Only text is required, but if you want to provide pictures as well, you are more than welcome, providing there are no copyright issues.  Most of our writers do one article per month, but it is not required.  The writer can decide how often to submit articles.

      • I appreciate all the information. This is important to me, because before I even apply I want to the know all the logistics. I just didn't want to apply and then not not be able to produce. I had two more questions. The articles themselves, do they need to be strictly theme park related or anything Disney related? I ask because I am passionate about multiple facets of the Disney company. And secondly, with the application email how many writing samples are required?

  • How can I look into taking a writing position for WDWNT: The Magazine? I LOVE the magazine and would enjoy to get involved in any way possible. Thanks!

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