Music Host Network Wants Writers Now!

The Music Host Network, a music media site for all independent artists with the platform to showcase their music and videos is seeking news writers and accepting article submissions now.

The categories of writers needed by the Music Host Network are as follow:

Reviewers review albums from the past or present, and cover live shows. Album reviews are typically over 400 words, so this position is for those who love to write in-depth about a specific release. Reviews are one of the most frequently read sections of the site, so exposure is a great perk here. Please include a sample of your writing, a little bit about yourself, and which position(s) you’d like to fill, along with any questions you have. I’ll reply to your applications within a week if everything looks good. 

Media bloggers will browse through music submissions of independent acts, selecting and writing about the best with editor approval. They will also be responsible for new MP3s, music videos, or full album streams out from more notable bands. Please include a sample of your writing, a little bit about yourself, and which position(s) you’d like to fill, along with any questions you have. I’ll reply to your applications within a week if everything looks good.

 

Writer – Website content We need writers to write the latest music news (all genres) and we need writers to write informative music articles. Must also have the ability to create a strong social media presents for our company (twitter, Facebook, Youtube, etc.). Must be self motivated, have a passion for music and a even greater passion for writing great content. Must be willing to go out find indie bands and artist to write stories on. Work from home. May lead to full-time employment.

Music News WriterWe need a writer to write about the latest music news.

With the approval of their university, contributors can earn college credit as well. I have had writers in the past earn college credit for their work with Music Host Network, both for 3 credits and 4 credits from major universities. Typical work for 3-4 credits includes at least 5 posts per week, and online lessons regarding digital journalism, music promotion, and writing in general.