Theme Park Tribune is actively looking for freelance contributors who can provide quality theme park content that adheres to journalistic standards.
Specifically, we’re looking to fill these roles with individuals that are already annual passholders. Previous journalism experience is preferred.
- Disney World blogger (providing in-park photos and updates from Disney World)
- SeaWorld/Busch Gardens blogger (providing in-park photos and updates from SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay)
- Southern California blogger (providing photos and updates from Disneyland Resort, Universal Hollywood, Knott’s Berry Farm and other California parks)
If you’re a passholder and regular visitor to any other major theme parks — anything in the SeaWorld, Legoland, Cedar Fair or Six Flags chains, as well as parks like Dollywood, Kennywood, or Silver Dollar City — we’re also interested in occasional updates from those parks.
We are also happy to accept content submissions from individuals with expertise in the theme park industry. Op-eds, essays, analysis, whatever you want to call it, as long as it’s interesting.
Theme Park Tribune will not insult writers with the idea that “exposure” is acceptable compensation. Payment will be negotiated, before the work begins, on a case-by-case basis based on the assignment.
We are also looking to fill volunteer positions for one or two podcast co-hosts for a biweekly (as in once every two weeks) show. Familiarity with the Orlando and California theme parks is a must here.
If you’re interested in contributing to Theme Park Tribune, please email owner and founder John Gregory at email@example.com.