Swifties searching for work can make up to six figuresas a Taylor Swift reporter. Have you ever thought if you could get paid to be a Taylor Swift fan?
If you consider yourself a genuine fan of Taylor Swiftand possess the necessary qualities to discern beyond the overwhelming fame and glamour associated with Taylor Swift's superstardom, then maybe this is for you.
USA Today and The Tennessean, which is part of the USA Today Network, are looking for a writer with special skills to fill a new role: Taylor Swift reporter.
According to a job posting released on Tuesday, USA Today offers an opportunity that is beyond one's greatest fantasies.
The digital news organization is now in need of a highly skilled "video-forward journalist" with substantial expertise to focus only on reporting about the music and cultural impact of the renowned superstar. The remuneration for this position has the potential to reach a six-figure pay.
Swift's fanbase has grown to unprecedented heights, and so has the significance of her music and growing legacy. Seeing both the facts and the fury, the Taylor Swift reporter will identify why the pop star's influence only expands, what her fanbase stands for in pop culture, and the effect she has across the music and business worlds.- Job Listing
According to the job post, the atypical position will be conducted remotely while still necessitating foreign travel. The salary range for this role is reported to fall between $40,000 and $100,000.
The fortunate individual selected for the position will document the significant occurrences during the upcoming segments of Taylor Swift's Eras tour, providing readers with an exclusive perspective on this globally renowned spectacle.
In an email to Insider, Gannett Media's chief content officer stated:
Taylor Swift is an artist and businesswoman whose work has tremendous economic, cultural and societal significance- Kristin Roberts
Though Roberts declined to answer queries about the job's precise tasks or the amount of applications, she did add:
The USA TODAY Network is committed to serving our communities across America with journalism that is essential to millions of readers, viewers and listeners. And that includes providing our audience with content they crave. As Taylor Swift's fanbase has grown to unprecedented heights, so has the influence of her music and growing legacy – not only on the industry but on our culture.- Kristin Roberts
Taylor Swift at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards wearing a black Versace gown
Swift's audience has expanded to new heights, as has the significance of her music and expanding legacy," according to the job description issued on Sept. 12. They are looking for a dynamic writer, photographer, and social media pro who can satisfy an undeniable thirst for all things Taylor Swift with a consistent stream of content across multiple platforms.
This job posting comes in the midst of Swift's current super-storm, in which the singer-songwriter appears to be one of the most popular people in the entertainment world.
Swift became the first woman to surpass 100 million monthly Spotify listeners during the North American leg of her highly acclaimed Eras Tour, and she continues to top the charts as she releases album re-recordings. She and AMC Theatres are also releasing an Eras Tour concert film, which has already sold $26 million in advance tickets.
The reporter will cover the most important moments of the remaining Eras Tour events and will be required to travel globally.
The USA Today Network is looking for someone with at least five years of journalism experience; applicants must submit a 1-2 page résumé, a video cover letter detailing how they would approach the position, and four to eight work samples.