Digiday Media is hiring for a variety of positions across its editorial departments at both of its brands, Digiday and Glossy.
Read about each position below, and apply via the link.
Retail reporter, Digiday
We’re looking for an experienced reporter to chronicle how the retail industry is changing with the advent of digital. Responsibilities include pitching, report and write features and daily pieces on how retailers are adapting to the world of digital for Digiday. You’ll also cover major retailers including Target, Walmart and other big-box stores to figure out how they’re adapting to technology, plus write about the growth of Amazon. You’ll help shape Digiday’s coverage of retail by identifying emerging industry trends in this important and growing part of our coverage.
Audience Growth Associate, Digiday Media
Digiday Media is looking for an audience growth associate to help expand our audience and the manage the information we collect on them. This is a role for someone who wants an opportunity to get their hands dirty with the nuts and bolts of how a modern media company grows, interacts with and monetizes its audience. You’ll report to the head of audience development and work closely with all other departments, including product, sales, editorial, marketing and external partners. The job will initially focus on top-of-funnel audience acquisition, but will evolve over time.
Research analyst, Digiday
Digiday is looking for an analyst to join the research team for Digiday+, our premium membership program. This role is part of Digiday’s broader editorial team. The ideal candidate has a background in journalism or data research, and a firm understanding of the media and marketing industries. We’re looking for a self-starter who has a creative approach to data and can consistently plan and execute research to a high standard on a recurring basis.
Fashion business reporter, Glossy
Glossy is hiring a fashion reporter to cover the evolution of the industry. This person will be well-versed in the fashion industry and how technology is changing the way it operates. Knowledge and interest in how today’s brands and retailers are growing to adapt to social media, e-commerce, mobile commerce, in-store technologies, emerging business models and new, digital-focused products is a must. The ability to come up with fresh story ideas and formats and provide input on Glossy events is also essential.
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