Dodgers Nation is part of a sports publishing network based in Los Angeles. Our team has set the tone for covering teams in the Los Angeles area and would like to continue working with the next generation of sports producers. Our founder has created properties such as Lakers Nation and worked at Disney, SB Nation, FanSided, Time Inc and more, so you will get one of the best overall digital media experiences in the industry.

There are few opportunities to write about Los Angeles Sports with such a sizable platform as you’ll find at Dodgers Nation while getting the training to be ready for the next evolution in sports coverage.

If you are interested in contributing to Dodgers Nation as a Writer, check out the job description and process below, and submit your application via email!

Who are we looking for?

We are searching for motivated individuals with great writing skills that have a knack for finding the fun and unique stories, as well as taking a unique angles on the hot topics of the day. Ideal candidates will not only be passionate about LA Sports, but about engaging the digital community on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, Facebook, and other emerging social media platforms.

Who are you? 
You are the person everyone turns to for Dodgers information and people wonder why you’re not working in sports right now. You have an outgoing personality and naturally include people into your conversations and social circles.

Compensation
The compensation will be based on the candidate’s experience, skillset, and availability. Earnings are calculated with a base per article along with performance.

CURRENT OPENINGS (as of 8/13/21)

  • EDITORIAL (Part-Time)

Editorial

Each and every day, something new happens with our Dodgers that may affect postseason and World Series hopes. Whether it be trouble in the lineup, starting rotation, or bullpen, questionable managerial decisions, roster choices, and more… there’s a lot to talk about all season long.

On the editorial team, you will help provide deep-dive analysis of issues plaguing the Dodgers at that time. Using your own personal insight along with stats, past comparisons, and more, your job is to keep the Dodger fanbase informed on topics beyond the day to day box score and roster move. Moreover, the writer must be able to weave a story that keeps the reader not only informed but engaged from start to end.

This paid position is 100% remote and only part time (roughly 5-10 articles per month)

Qualifications

  • Previous online writing experience preferred (blogs, news sites, college newspaper, etc.)
  • WordPress CMS experience preferred
  • Solid understanding of SEO and keywords
  • Be a passionate fan of the Dodgers and of MLB

To apply for this job, please send an email and cover letter along with samples of some of your relevant recent work to [email protected]

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