• Copywriter - MTV, VH1 & LOGO

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    iCIMS ID
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    This position's primary function is to write and develop concepts for innovative creative executions across all 3 brands. We’re looking for a conceptual thinker and writer who can script creative and strategic content in a multitude of voices across all mediums/disciplines and brands, including on-air scripting, advertising copywriting, long-form editorial, pitch storytelling, presentations, interactive, strategic documents, naming and tagline development.




    • Generate concepts and ideas for a wide range of shows and tones, from initial brainstorms to 360 campaigns
    • Write and ideate across all media, including print, on-air and digital
    • Multitask and work across a variety of projects at different stages at the same time
    • Effectively pitch creative and scripts up the approval chain in small and large groups
    • Collaborate across all disciplines with team members to execute high-level creative, move the project forward and meet deadlines and budgets.
    • Proofread own work. Check for accuracy and consistency, as well as spelling, grammar and style.

    Basic Qualifications

    • 3-6 years’ experience.
    • Editorial/copywriting experience at an advertising agency or entertainment company.

    Additional Qualifications

    • Strong creative/strategic writing and conceptual skills; able to write in a multitude of voices across all mediums.
    • Has worked in advertising and/or on-air promotions
    • Can write and develop many concepts for a project, even within tight timeframes.
    • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Ability to work collaboratively
    • Can work in a fast-paced environment, prioritize and multi-task as needed
    • Effective presenter and communicator.
    • Strong knowledge of pop culture and current/emerging trends.



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