The Arkansas Times is seeking a full-time culture editor to help lead our coverage of the arts, entertainment and culture across both web and print mediums. Our culture editor should be able to work in a number of ways: doing daily web reporting on calendar events and breaking culture news; building feature stories for the monthly print magazine; and sharing all culture news and features on our social media platforms. The candidate will be responsible for conducting, transcribing and self-editing interviews for weekly web features; and should feel comfortable generating story ideas as well as writing assigned stories.
Interested candidates should send a resumé (and any relevant writing clips) to Stephanie Smittle at [email protected] (Smittle, our current culture editor, is sticking around! She’ll be moving into a new role at the Arkansas Times.)
Why Arkansas Times?
Founded in 1974, the Arkansas Times is a lively, opinionated source for news, politics and culture in Arkansas. Our monthly magazine is free at over 500 locations in Central Arkansas, and our enterprises span across print, digital and live events. Our daily online reporting is driven by political news and analysis, compelling entertainment coverage and smart food writing.
Starting salary is based on level of experience. Full-time benefits include 401(k), health insurance, a flexible health spending account, and life insurance.
Supporting the Arkansas Times’ independent journalism is more vital than ever. Help us deliver the latest daily reporting and analysis on news, politics, culture and food in Arkansas.
Founded 1974, the Arkansas Times is a lively, opinionated source for news, politics & culture in Arkansas. Our monthly magazine is free at over 500 locations in Central Arkansas.
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