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Content Editorial Intern (full-time; paid)

About Open Road Integrated Media

Open Road Integrated Media is a prestige content brand delivering digital experiences that entertain and inform readers around the world.

Laser-focused on revenue, reach, and repeat customers, the Open Road network of digital properties produces compelling stories that keep audiences engaged — across devices, content verticals, and global territories.

About the Position

The editors of ORIM’s content sites are searching for an editorial intern for the upcoming semester. The intern would work across the network of sites, including The Portalist, The Lineup, A Love So True, The Archive, Murder & Mayhem, and Early Bird Books. Intern responsibilities include researching story ideas, writing pitches and stories for the websites, search engine optimization research, and sourcing photos. The intern will learn about working in a content management system, best practices for SEO, honing editorial judgment, and writing for a variety of audiences.

Qualifications

  • Available 40 hours (five days) a week, in-office 
  • Must be an organized, detail-oriented self-starter
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work independently and on a team
  • Previous experience in publishing, editing, and/or digital media a plus

 

About The Lineup

The Lineup (TLU) is the premier digital destination for fans of true crime, horror, the mysterious, and the paranormal. From unsolved mysteries and murderous tales to reviews of the scariest films and books, TLU is tailored to reach both a mainstream audience AND hardcore fans of the macabre.


About The Portalist

The Portalist is a haven for science fiction and fantasy fans. We value imagination and science equally, and welcome all who are curious, passionate, and eager for an uplifting, inclusive view of pop culture and books, science and the future of our species.


About A Love So True

A Love So True is run by and for die-hard romantics who love to laugh. We’re passionate about passion, and dedicated to romance in books, pop culture, and real life.


About Murder & Mayhem

Murder & Mayhem delivers the best in mystery and thrillers — from forgotten masterpieces of detective fiction’s Golden Age to the latest heart-pounding tales and twisted suspense.


About The Archive

The Archive explores the lost chapters of the past— from histories enduring mysteries to astonishing encounters with the natural world. 

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