Overview

The position is Dallas-based. Please do not apply unless you are in or are willing to relocate to the DFW metroplex area.

Fundamentals:

  • News aficionado: you love the news and analyzing stories from various sources
  • BLAZING FAST search skills: “Googling” is a fundamental and encouraged, but you should also tap into searches on Twitter, Reddit; any legitimate online sources.
  • Go beyond the surface. For example, if NBC News or CNN quotes a factoid from a poll, you’ll take the extra step and highlight any nuance not reported editorially (i.e., size of polling group, is the demographic too myopic).
  • Quickly translate data and research into interesting, accurate and relevant points for the show. Example: what are the top 5 states with the most COVID attributed deaths and what states have the least? Similar to: https://www.statista.com/statistics/1109011/coronavirus-covid19-death-rates-us-by-state/
  • Source obscure video clips on tight deadlines. YouTube, Rumble and Vimeo are all fair game, but you should be able to keyword, target, omit, skim and scrub like no other.
  • Organized: you’ll constantly juggle multiple, time-sensitive requests. This job has no room for anyone but an organizational master.
  • Understand the conservative viewpoint and frame arguments within it.
  • Collaborator. You’ll own the execution of your tasks and work with others, keeping an open dialogue about daily events (political, sports, movies, music, celebrity culture and viral trends). You must be comfortable with constant chatter!

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Show Segment Producer by identifying interesting and/or breaking news stories.
  • Prepare “prep documents” of historical facts, relevant legislation/political figures and/or contrasts one locality to another (i.e., “the handling of COVID in California vs. Florida”).
  • Research and write segments on various topics. We aren’t asking you to be an expert, but we are relying on you to research the topic itself. What’s interesting about any of these topics and what are the top 10 things the audience should know? You’ll bring the facts and balance the creative process.
  • Aggregate and espouse facts in an audience-friendly communication style.
  • To be clear: the scope of this role, while based in Production, is for research and writing. This is not location scouting, permit clearances, styling, or other tenants of content-based production.

Application Materials:

To apply, email materials to iamyourexpert@louderwithcrowder.com and include the job title and #research in the subject line.

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter: tell us in a couple of paragraphs about you, your interests, and what experiences (professionally or fundamentally) caught your eye about this position. Why do you want to do this job and at this company?
  • Identify three of the most important and/or highest trending new stories that are on-brand for the show and write 1-2 sentence loglines that outline:
    • Who are the players?
    • What is happening? How do we want to inform the audience?
    • Why should the audience care?

Salary: Based upon experience

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About Louder with Crowder

Steven Crowder is the host/creator/namesake of the of the largest conservative show on YouTube. Boasting nearly 5.5 million subscribers on this singular platform (and 1+ million followers on Instagram and Twitter, respectively), Louder with Crowder is shifting the political, cultural and news landscape. Both old media and Big Tech know it. In 2016, a Gizmodo report alleged Facebook purposefully throttled Crowder’s videos, later confirmed by a Project Veritas investigation. Crowder was even called out by YouTube’s CEO after shaking up the system known forever as the “Vox Adpocalypse.”