Attention TV lovers!
Patch is seeking bloggers to write about all things television. Reviews, previews, links to interviews ... we're interested in anything on the small screen. No need to be a professional critic or seasoned writer. We're more interested in the casual TV watcher looking for a place to share a few thoughts about their favorite shows.
A few TV blog possibilities:
- Reviews of shows. What do you like? What’s bad? Guide us through the crowded fall season.
- Recaps of a show. One Patch writer wrote True Blood columns that were read around the world. You could build a similar audience blogging about your favorite show.
- Preview the week ahead. What should we set our DVRs to?
- General musings … take us into your TV world with Top 10 lists, memorable episodes, personal stories, or even ideas for new series.
TV bloggers will have access to thousands of daily Patch users and access to our sophisticated platform to share opinions and link to news. They'll also gain a following among readers as an expert, which they can use to promote their own blogs, Twitter feeds and Facebook pages.
Mostly, though, they'll be able to lead local conversations about television. Typical blog posts may include linking to other media sources, offering personal reviews, sharing YouTube videos of trailers, and seeking comments from users. Bloggers have full control of their sites and can post as little or as often as they'd like.
Interested? Send an email with the subject "TV" by Oct. 10 to Dustin Block at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blogger positions are open to all experience levels. If you have passion for TV, you'll be a great blogger for Patch!