Work at Breakfast Media!
Broadband Breakfast is a 12-year old news organization based in Washington that is building a community of interest around broadband policy and internet technology, with a particular focus on better broadband Infrastructure, the politics of privacy and the regulation of social media. We took our name from the Broadband Breakfast Club that we launched in 2008, and are in the process of relaunching several broadband-related event series.
Published by Breakfast Media LLC, we are looking for individuals seeking a front-row seat overseeing the politics of technology in the nation's capital. If you’d like to be part of a dynamic group of individuals fleshing out the nation’s understanding of broadband policy and internet technology writing articles, assembling research and conducting outreach, please contact Editor and Publisher Drew Clark via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking Interns for Reporter Positions (full and part-time positions available). Reporters will work on Capitol Hill and interact daily with an editor on articles, research, and events. Event registration costs will be provided.
- At least two years of undergraduate experience (graduate students and law students may also apply)
- Live or have the ability to work in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area
- Knowledge of technology and telecom policy issues a plus but not required
- Attend and report on events and newsworthy items in Washington
- Produce stories for daily publication in Breakfast Media publications, including BroadbandBreakfast.com
- Attend and support monthly Broadband Breakfast Club events
Please send the following to email@example.com
- Two 500-to-800-word writing samples on any topic
- List of two references
- Summer 2020: March 20, 2020
- Fall 2020: July 31, 2020
Former Broadband Breakfast reporters and editors have gone on to work for Amazon, Booz Allen, Daily Signal, The Federalist, FiberTower, Future of Music Coalition, Google, IBM, The Independent, Reason, Telegeography, U.S. Trade Representative, Vanity Fair, the U.S. Commerce Department, and the White House Office of Science and Technology.
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- Democrats Call for New Infrastructure Stimulus Legislation Includes Large Broadband Provision
- The FCC Could Do More Now About the Digital Divide, Say Panelists at Broadband Breakfast Live Online Event
- Coronavirus Roundup: Senators Urge Distance Learning, Zoom Privacy, NTIA Broadband and RUS Grants
- Federal Communications Commission Proposal for Unlicensed Spectrum in 6 GHz Band Widely-Praised