Opportunities

We’re building the future of fan-driven media.

Why join the Stadium Rant team?

Stadium Rant is a home-grown and organically developed sports network. Meaning that our network is not only a top destination for some of the web’s best fan-developed sports content, but we also feature unique opportunities for those looking to get their start in the sports media industry.

What/who are we looking for?

We aren’t just looking for lukewarm fans. Our site managing editors need to be top-notch fans, “experts” if you will, and have the drive to push their site to achieve new heights. Building the best fan network takes passion and determination, but most of all a love for your sports and your teams.

Similarly, our contributing writers are the force that drives everything within our network. Being a contributing writer for our network means that you will push to find the best storylines across the web and put your take and your fandom into your writing each time you post content.


What do feature writers do?

Features writers make up the bulk of the top-line content for our Front Page site. This is a larger commitment than most positions within our network and is required to submit one-to-two submissions daily. Clean copy and a top-notch understanding of the media world at large are a must.

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Feature Writer
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Feature Writer
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Feature Writer
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Feature Writer
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Feature Writer

What do managing editors do?

In addition to writing regularly, managing editors also recruit other writers, edit and schedule other pieces, and may manage social media accounts. Managing editors decide what gets published on the team sites, and will work with Stadium Rant management for training and guidance. This is a larger time commitment than site writers.

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What do contributing writers do?

Typically, site writers write at least twice a week on topics of their choosing, although alternative arrangements can be worked out with their managing editor.

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