Want to write for Crave? We're hiring

Now's your chance to write for CNET's gadgets blog. We're hiring a handful of freelancers who can write timely, compelling stories about consumer electronics, from the mainstream to the offbeat.

Leslie Katz Former Culture Editor
Leslie Katz led a team that explored the intersection of tech and culture, plus all manner of awe-inspiring science, from space to AI and archaeology. When she's not smithing words, she's probably playing online word games, tending to her garden or referring to herself in the third person.
  • Third place film critic, 2021 LA Press Club National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards
Leslie Katz
This could be you. Matt Hickey/CNET

Are you giddy about gadgets? Up to the second on the latest cell phones, televisions, laptops, gaming devices, cameras, headphones, wearable technology, DIY gear, and weird robots? Crave, CNET's gadget blog, is seeking a handful of freelance writers to pen timely, colorful stories about consumer electronics, from the mainstream to the offbeat. While we'll emphasize mobile coverage, we're looking for enterprising writers who are well-versed in a range of technology-related topics and can regularly come up with creative ideas for original content.

You should be an experienced professional writer able to produce authoritative and engaging news, feature, and opinion stories--often on tight daily deadline. You must be able to write clean, high-quality prose carefully checked for accuracy. Photography and video-shooting skills a plus. Compensation will be monthly, with added bonuses corresponding to traffic. Please send your resume and links to at least five writing samples, plus a few words about why you want to write for Crave, to crave at cnet dot com, with Crave freelancer: Your Name in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you.