Want to be a Guest Blogger/Intern or Earn College Credit at Week in Rewind?

8/07/2010 Posted by Admin

Want to be a guest blogger and/or an Intern at Week in Rewind? Want to gain college credit for interning with us?  We are advertising this on other major sites to gear up for the new fall season, but read on!

WeekinRewind.com is seeking a number of entertainment reporters, film critics, television critics and music critics. Want to praise a movie, television show or a music CD? Ridicule it? Want to share your commentary on the latest movie, television and music news? Guest bloggers, Interns or those seeking college credit who work for WeekinRewind will have have their material posted on a high-ranking, well-read site.  Interning is good, especially for your portfolio when you graduate.  Each of your posts, after all, will include your byline and will be read by more than 5 million people.

Here are the details:

How it works

1) This can be used for college credit or as an Internship.  If you do so, just contact your advisor and follow their rules.  Drop us a line at bdnfilm1@aol.com saying that you would like to be a guest blogger/Intern at WeekinRewind.com. For the film positions, put "FILM BLOGGER" in the title. "MUSIC BLOGGER," "ENTERTAINMENT NEWS BLOGGER" and "TV BLOGGER" works for the others. Send along an example of your writing. A link will do.

2) We're seeking writers to write commentary on film-related news articles, film reviews, television news, music news and reviews.  If you are seeking the Internship/college credit route, you should be at least a Junior.  Or be an amazing writer.

3) For you, the bonus is this.  If you just want to guest blog--you may include a link back to your Web site or any other content channel you would like to promote. Promotion is good.

If you want to Intern or gain college credit, you will gain valuable experience working for WeekinRewind.com, as this site, whose feed is mirrored on a major daily newspaper, reaches millions of people each month.  Millions.  That's more than most print publications.

4) When your posts goes live, you can tell all your friends, neighbors, and countrymen.


1) It has to be well-written. It has to be on a topic not already covered here. We reserve the right to edit all submissions for clarity and form, not opinion.

2) It has to be original content. Don’t steal anything from someone else, don’t republish an old blog or paper of yours.  No plagiarism.  It won't do.

3) By submitting, you agree to the legal information below.

4) The more timely the subject, the better.

5) Please write as if you were writing for any major publication--we do.  Also, there is no room for hate speech.  We won't tolerate that.


I hereby represent and warrant that (i) I own or have the necessary licenses, rights, consents and permissions to use and authorize WeekinRewind.com to use all patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights in and to this submission to enable inclusion and use of this submission on WeekinRewind.com, and (ii) I have any necessary written or implied consent, release, and/or permission of each and every identifiable individual person in this submission to use the name, picture and likeness of each and every such identifiable individual person to enable inclusion and use of this submission in Week in Rewind, and (iii) WeekinRewind assumes the right to retain your posts on its site when the internship or guest blogger decides to leave or should we terminate our relationship for whatever reason, and (iv)  None of my content is plagiarized; if it is, WeekinRewind.com is not held liable for any damages.  The author of the post in question assumes all damages.  In other words, write your own work--don't steal.  We won't tolerate it.  Neither will others.

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  1. Anonymous said...

    Extremely tempting... although I've never officially or formally written any film reviews.

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  3. Chris said...

    I've never written any film reviews or commentaries on related new, and I don't have a blog, but I'd love to give it a shot some day! I may have to send in a sample of my writing.

  4. lisa said...

    Hey I just shared this with my Facebook peeps, and I'll share on twitter, maybe you'll here from my movie going, music loving writer friends!

  5. Jeanne From NC said...

    definately extremely tempting.