The Sun, Deputy Features Editor - TV Mag & TV Soap
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Our newspapers reach more than 30 million people each week and include The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times. News UK is also home to Unruly, a global ad tech company, and Wireless, a leading UK and Irish media company boasting independent local and national radio stations.
The Sun's TV Mag & TV Soap - Britain's best, brightest and most engaging TV and soap magazines are looking for a Deputy Features Editor.
Day to day you will be:
Arranging and carrying out interviews, producing features, writing previews and working with other departments to fill the features and listings pages of two of Britain's most popular magazines.
What we're looking for from you:
You will need to prove you're ready to interview everyone from Simon Cowell to Simon Gregson, have experience of writing features - preferably entertainment/soap focused - and strong knowledge of all the key shows on 'terrestrial' and digital TV channels and streaming platforms.
You must be capable of deputising for the Features Editor, show the flexibility required to deliver content to tight deadlines and be prepared to attend events, set visits and screenings out of hours when required.
Applicants should have extensive experience with a national publication or website and excellent PR industry contacts.
Please apply by completing the application form below with a covering letter and CV by 24 March 2019.
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