About the Role
Reuters is looking for an Entertainment and Sports Law Reporter to cover the rapidly evolving spheres of media, entertainment and sports through a legal lens. From virtual avatars to social influencers, from the red carpet to dark patterns, you are fascinated by how we create and share content and are able to nimbly convey what the legal ramifications are to our audience of legal professionals, as well as engage a broader readership. The Entertainment and Sports Law Reporter will cover industry players from basement YouTubers to big egos locked in defamation battles, to sports figures fighting over contract terms and beyond. This reporter will spot trends before competitors do and be fluent with rapidly evolving content delivery platforms from a legal perspective.
About the Role
As an Entertainment and Sports Law Reporter on Reuters’ growing legal news team, you will:
Write about high-stakes court battles, rulings, and hearings daily and broader trends as they develop
Have a deep understanding of the field, established sources and an ability to write quickly and accurately and with valuable insight for legal professionals, as well as a wider audience
Stay on top of spot news and be continually pitching deeper trend and enterprise pieces
Demonstrate beat expertise and dominance
Collaborate with our data and video teams to develop initiative and multimedia stories
Work seamlessly with Reuters teammates
About the Company
Reuters is the world’s largest multimedia news provider. Founded in 1851, it is committed to the Trust Principles of independence, integrity and freedom from bias. With unmatched coverage in over 16 languages, and reaching billions of people worldwide every day, Reuters provides trusted intelligence that powers humans and machines to make smart decisions. It supplies business, financial, national and international news to professionals via desktop terminals, the world's media organizations, industry events and directly to consumers.