Hybrid work based out of Vancouver. Hours and compensation to be negotiated, based on monthly stipend of $1K-$2K.
Webinar series: exporting your magazine, opportunities/pitfalls of internationalizing content, rights, contracts, licensing, CPF grants, syndication, distribution, subscriptions
Social media accounts are becoming the face of a magazine. Marketer Kayi Wong shares tips on putting your best face forward.
Michelle Allison and Stacy Bradshaw of Annex Business Media share their top tips.
One-year contract, $28/hour, full-time except for July 2022 (1/2 time), unpaid 2-week winter break. Applicants must be able to work in Vancouver as needed. Application deadline: July 28, 2021.
Resources for the BC magazine industry and others.
One conference webinar each day from September 14 to 18 and from 21 to 25 on topics from scrollytelling to investigative journalism, service packages to revenue diversity strategies.
Full-time, $45,000 per year.
“Working in magazines is a vibrant and engaging experience.”
April 9, 2020 coverage.
Brief announcement about Journalism Tax Measures and Canadian Heritage funding.
Full-time, permanent. Application deadline: March 20, 2020.
20 hours/week, $20,800/year (approx $1,733/month). Circulation, marketing, fundraising, bookkeeping, grants, office support, possibly editorial.
Part-time (28 hours/week), $21/hour, Oct./19 to Mar./20, with break between Christmas and New Year’s.
More news expected later this fall.
For student or recent graduate (within 3 years), 20 hours/week, 20 weeks from September to end of January/early February, not including holiday break, $14.06/hour, Vancouver. Open until filled.
Webinar/teleconference on the proposed changes to CPF’s Aid To Publishers Fund.