Gannett, the largest newspaper chain in America, is making headlines with its new hiring plans. The company recently announced that it will be recruiting two full-time reporters with specific beats for its newspapers, USA Today and The Tennessean, both part of the USA Today Network.
One of the positions will focus on “Lemonade,” delving into the music, fashion, cultural, and economic influence of none other than Beyoncé. The chosen reporter will have the exciting task of chronicling Beyoncé’s impact on society, capturing her effect on various aspects of our lives. This role requires an energetic and enterprising writer who can truly grasp the essence of Beyoncé’s influence.
Currently on her Renaissance World Tour, Beyoncé is estimated to rake in a staggering $2 billion. Her incredible success provides a unique opportunity for in-depth reporting on her achievements and their consequences on the music industry and beyond.
The second position revealed by Gannett is centered around another music sensation, Taylor Swift. The reporter assigned to this beat will focus on Swift’s album “1989” and explore her cultural impact. The chosen journalist will need to have a keen understanding of Swift’s music and be capable of capturing the essence of her influence through thoughtful and engaging reporting.
Swift’s Eras Tour has grossed hundreds of millions of dollars and is credited with boosting local economies wherever she performs. With Swift’s growing influence, Gannett aims to provide its readers with comprehensive coverage of her impact.
Both positions require extensive travel, as the reporters will need to be on the ground to capture the essence of these iconic artists’ influence. Additionally, it is crucial for applicants to possess a journalism ethos devoid of bias.
Interestingly, Gannett’s decision to offer these positions has not come without criticism. The company faced backlash for creating these specific roles shortly after announcing layoffs and cutbacks last year. However, Kristin Roberts, Gannett Media’s chief content officer, responded to these concerns by stating that Gannett remains committed to delivering the content their audience craves, including in-depth coverage of Taylor Swift and her growing influence.
Those interested in either position will need to submit a video cover letter along with their resume, demonstrating their passion for the subject matter and their abilities as a journalist, writer, photographer, and social media expert.
With Gannett’s new hires, readers can look forward to enriching and detailed coverage of the music, fashion, cultural, and economic influences brought about by the likes of Beyoncé and Taylor Swift.
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