Job Posting

LinkIt, an education software company, currently has two full-time temp positions available for a minimum of two to four weeks that they need to fill ASAP. The temp positions pay $10 an hour and is 40 hours per week.

The position would entail copying test content from source documents (Word or PDF) and pasting it into their software’s test area and making sure it’s properly formatted so that the test can either be taken online, on an iPad, or printed as a PDF. It may also include some printing and binding. Knowledge of InDesign is a plus.

LinkIt is located on 14th street and 5th ave and those hired would need to bring their own laptop.

You can send your resume to Michael McGill at

Jobs of the Week

Job/Internship type:  Freelance

Position: Graveyard-shift writer

Location: New York, NY


The Colbert Report’s website – – is looking for an overnight copy writer. This position entails writing SEO-friendly copy for the show’s existing video clips.

The position’s shift is 10pm – 4am Monday – Thursday (candidate must be prepared to stay later as necessary). This schedule is not flexible. Please do not apply unless you are a night owl.

The schedule shadows the production schedule of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. When those shows are not on the air, the Writer is off as well.

Please note: This job reports to the Comedy Central Programming and Multi-Platform Strategy team, which is separate from The Colbert Report on-air production team.


Send cover letter and resumes to


FaceDown Media

Job/Internship type: Freelance

Position: Journalists and Photographers

Location: Remote


Facedown Media is an up-and-coming magazine in hard copy and online website formats that features a wide range of music from news, reviews, interviews, photos, videos, tour info and much much more! We are seeking journalists, photographers, interviewers to do an array of music coverage.


Must have a strong portfolio and references. Salary: Paid depends on experience.


Send resume, cover letter, portfolio and references to or

Internship Opportunity at Publisher’s Weekly!

Job Title
: Reviews editorial intern
Internship Paid: Yes
Time Frame: Late August through mid-to-late December

Interns will have the opportunity to:

  • Work closely with review editors
  • Write, fact-check, and edit reviews and short author interviews
  • There’s a possibility of tweeting and writing for the magazine’s blog
  • Interns will also help staff our very busy bookroom, which receives hundreds of books a week
  • Unpacking books and trafficking them to editors and reviewers
  • Doing liaison work with publishers (requesting review copies, art, etc.)
  • Helping maintain a log of assignments

Intern Qualifications:

  • Love of books
  • Interest in publishing as possible career
  • Good writing skills; editing/copyediting experience a plus

Company Web Address:

How to Apply: e-mail cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Everett Jones, Assistant Reviews Editor at PW.

Jobs of the Week

Job/Internship type: Full-time
Position: Assistant Editor
Location: New York, NY


Spanfeller Media Group’s The Active Times has an exciting, entry-level career opportunity in its editorial department. They are looking for a junior editor to mine the active sports community—from the local running path to the Eiger’s legendary North Face—for the latest on the sports, adventures, locales, health and fitness, people and gear that encapsulate the active lifestyle.

Specific duties include, but are not limited to: Pitching, researching and writing how-tos, gear reviews and occasional news items and trend pieces for multiple daily posts; building stories for content partners; and helping to increase the contributor base across all channels and develop an engaged community of like-minded athletes and adventurers.

This is an exciting opportunity for an entry-level journalist to get in on the ground floor of what will soon be the world’s best source of authoritative, inspiring, enlightening content for living the active, adventurous life. The Active Times is a performance-driven, growth-oriented, fun, startup digital content provider.

Knowledge of, and participation in, the active lifestyle—specifically running, fitness, hiking, climbing and adventure travel—is a distinct advantage. We want people who live and breathe the active life and, by extension, are members of the audience they’re speaking to. The perfect candidate also has real world journalism experience—be it on a newspaper, magazine or website staff—prior media internships, or a graduate degree in journalism. He/she is a social media wunderkind or web-savvy type who’s not afraid of a bit of HTML. Most importantly, though, the successful applicant is smart, hard-working, hungry to learn and eager to prove himself/herself at a performance-driven, growth-oriented startup.


Please send applications, including a resume, cover letter, two clips and salary requirements to This job was originally posted on ed2010.


Entertainment Weekly

Job/Internship type: Full-time
Position: Editorial Assistant
Location: New York, NY


The TV editorial assistant writes, reports, and researches a variety of stories for the magazine and, from breaking news to reviews to profiles and trend pieces. He or she will also run the administration for the tv department – coordinating calendars and meetings, processing invoices, and keeping databases of TV dates and other relevant industry information. The ideal candidate will be a passionate TV fan who is also resourceful, organized, efficient, creative, and an accomplished multi-tasker.


To apply please send your resume to with the subject line ‘EW Editorial Assistant’. This job was originally posted on ed2010.

Link of the Week: New York Foundation for the Arts

The New York Foundation for the Arts is an organization built to empower artists, authors, and all types of creative people in New York. They hold events and serve as a nexus bringing together patrons, fans, and creators. Though we at Pace Publishing often focus on the business of books, it is important to take a step back and remember that the bottom line isn’t the only thing publishers should be worried about. The craft and beauty of both writing and design are important, too. NYFA is a great resource to check out when looking for new exhibitions, freelance designers, or posting your own work for jobs.

  • Job board lists many opportunities for art and editorial professionals
  • Business of art articles on the intersection of creativity and success
  • Event listings featuring openings and exhibitions to attend