Who We Are
Triangle News is a London-based national news agency providing agenda-setting stories to Britain’s largest media outlets. If you read a newspaper, a magazine, surf the web or share news online, chances are you have seen one of our stories. We believe content should be entertaining, informative, shareable and targeted to the modern, mobile-centric consumer.
We are brand new, independently-run and we are committed to making an impact on the world of journalism. You will be joining a small, friendly and ambitious team with a focus on delivering quality content and supporting talented journalists with years of national newspaper experience.
This is a full-time role based in our offices in Dulwich, south London. You will need a sharp eye for a story as you will predominantly be sourcing and writing exclusive content that can then be pitched to women's magazines such Take A Break, That’s Life, Chat, Pick Me Up, Closer, Women’s Own and more. In addition you will be working closely with national newspaper features sections and TV shows such as This Morning and Good Morning Britain.
You will be working alongside members of the news team in order to add value to existing content as well as manage relationships with clients and publishers.
You will report directly to the company directors and be part of a hugely talented team of friendly journalists. The opportunity presents a chance to progress your career, write for some of Britain’s largest titles, and be part of an ambitious and growing agency.
We are looking for a junior reporter who can match our ambition and who is hungry to be a part of a ground-breaking new independent agency.
This role is perfect for a recent graduate, ideally with local newspaper, magazine or agency experience. However we will look at talented candidates from all backgrounds.
You will live and breathe news and features, have NCTJ qualifications and be able to provide a strong portfolio as well as having bucket-loads of ideas.
Shorthand is preferred but not essential. A full, clean driving licence is required.
A good sense of humour is very important and the ideal candidate must be able to speak naturally and confidently to people from all backgrounds.
Competitive and DoE.
How To Apply
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