Founded by journalists, built by nerds and loved by young people: Blendle, backed by the New York Times and Axel Springer, is one of the world’s most exciting new media companies.
As a media startup from the Netherlands, we’re looking to transform the world of high quality journalism. Blendle allows readers to buy individual articles from a range of premium publishers and publications for a few cents a pop.
Read more about the platform here. And here. And here. And here. And here. And here :)
Launched in Protected content , and counting well over 650,000 users in Holland (only 17mn inhabitants). In September '15 we started in Germany. And from March '16 we are live in the United States offering content from the world’s best publishers like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post.
So, do you want to be part of a success story that might change journalism forever? Do you want to work for a true disruptor in the media landscape?
As an Editor, you’re helping our users discover the world's best journalism. You get to work with one of Blendle's most exciting innovations: our unique emailing tool "Blendle Brains". The successful Blendle newsletter is one of the main drivers of our growth and has great impact in the Netherlands and Germany, daily watched by many chief editors and politicians :)
You think there are tons of amazing stories, and now want to help people discover the best ones. You want to make sure that our readers find the journalism that is worth paying money for. You’re excited to find new ways to discover that journalism -- through editorial judgement and smart algorithms. And you’re excited about finding new ways to bring the right story, to the right person, at the right time.
As a member of the editorial team you read all newspapers, select the best articles, and add fun recommendations. You are someone who intuitively knows what works and what doesn’t, and has such extraordinary writing skills that any list of staff picks (in emails, on other websites, or on social networks) is a joy to read in itself.
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