The information on this page is relevant to independent freelancers and potential interns only. If you are a business owner or PR agent keen to have your restaurant, business or product featured on Broadsheet, please visit this page instead. Press releases sent to any of the email addresses listed below will be disregarded.
We take great pride in our imagery at Broadsheet. We’re always looking for talented photographers to capture the city’s spirit. Shoots could involve new cafes, restaurants and shops; art exhibitions; events and festivals; or portraits.
Apply to Directory editor Callum McDermott at firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to include:
• A link to your portfolio, or samples of your work
• Your Instagram handle
• The city and suburb you’re based in
We're always interested in getting to know talented writers. If that means you, please get in touch at email@example.com. The subject line should read "Story Pitch" exactly.
Each pitch should outline: your story idea; your angle on it; why you think it will work for Broadsheet's audience; your potential interview subjects; and how quickly you could turn it around. Pitches should be no more than 200 words. Please include a link to your portfolio, or samples of your work.
PLEASE NOTE: Ensure the subject line of your email reads “Story Pitch” exactly, or it will be missed by our filters. Do not use this subject line if you are a PR agent, business owner or are otherwise connected to the story you're pitching.
Broadsheet runs an editorial internship program. If you'd like to work with a small team and gain an insight into industry-leading digital media, we'd love to hear from you.
We run two types of internships:
- Part time (one or two days per week) for 12 weeks.
- Full time for one month.
Unfortunately we do not offer marketing internships or work experience for school-aged students.
Applications should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line should read “Internship Application” exactly.
Make sure you include:
1. A short letter of introduction.
2. Your resume.
3. One or two relevant writing samples.
4. Two brief news or feature pitches, and an explanation of why they would be a good fit for Broadsheet.
5. One pitch for an existing cafe, restaurant, bar or shop we haven’t covered yet.
6. Your availability.
PLEASE NOTE: Ensure the subject line of your email reads "Internship Application” exactly, or it will be missed by our filters.