Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Call for TV news and reviews writers! Get Paid to Write!

Hello again! As the new TV Editor at Filmoria, I am looking to expand our team of dedicated TV writers. What we need is people who want to cover news and weekly episode reviews of some of the biggest shows on television as they hit screens in the UK. We already have writers covering episode reviews for Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and Bates Motel but we always need more people to cover the latest news and to write features on all of these shows and more. Here is the full list of shows we need covering in terms of news, features and episode reviews:

Doctor Who
Downton Abbey
True Detective
House of Cards
24: Live Another Day
Sleepy Hollow
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Sons of Anarchy
The Following
The Americans
American Horror Story
Boardwalk Empire
Mad Men
From Dusk til Dawn
Person of Interest
Hemlock Grove
Da Vinci’s Demons
Penny Dreadful
Under the Dome
Peaky Blinders
The Good Wife
Parks and Recreation

Surely one of these must spark your interest. Did I mention that you will also get paid to write at Filmoria? There is a performance pay scheme that basically works out like this:

You will earn £0.05 per article that you write and publish for every 100 unique page visits, within the first 30 days of being published, with no upper limit threshold.    
    • 1000 unique page views = £0.50
    • 10,000 unique page views = £5.00
    • 100,000 unique page views = £50.00
    • 100,000,000 unique page views = £500.00

It might not be much at the moment but as the site grows, we hope to see our page views and income rise. The more you write and the more our audience reads it, the more you earn! News stories should be around 400 words and features and reviews around 700 words.

If you are interested, please contact me on and send me a few links to your published work. Feel free to check out Filmoria and see what you think!

Here's a selection of some of the stuff we've been writing recently:

7 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching ‘Bates Motel’

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