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Independent, ethical journalism is what fuels a healthy society. At BANGKOK TV NEWS we cover the most relevant topics and tell stories that no one is telling. All this wouldn’t be possible without our team of brave journalists, marketers, data scientists, IT engineers, project managers, and many others.

The BANGKOK TV NEWS follows a very diverse hiring process. This includes but is not limited to, talent scouting at conferences, consulting online databases, and tracking our competitors’ work.

When you apply for a position with The BANGKOK TV NEWS, our recruitment team will check your qualifications and go through your materials. After a thorough check, they will decide whether you are the person we are looking for or not.

In case you meet our criteria, one of our recruiting officers will touch base with you via phone or email to learn more about you as a person, as well as your professional experience and background. After which, a face-to-face job interview might follow. The hiring process, however, varies from position to position, but it typically entails an in-person meeting with the department head and the would-be manager.

Current Hiring Positions

10 News Content/Article Writers in Editorial Department (Can work from any country)

10 Data Research Executives (Can work from any country)

10 Digital Marketing Executives (Can work from any country)

100 Global News Reporters Volunteer Jobs (Can work from any country)

We promote everyone to be brave, try something new, and have fun while they’re doing it. Because following the rules is the opposite of novelty, and we’re determined to discover ‘what’s next’. We’re a mutual bunch, with performance-based culture, that continually fosters ongoing education and development to keep you inspired. Our goal is to help you create work that you’re proud of, and excel in what we can achieve together. If you are interested in a Volunteer in Media for News Reporters Job from any country then please contact Natasha Williams at +1 (917) 826 0142 or via email at [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

I have a connection to someone at BANGKOK TV NEWS. Can I mention this on the job application?

Of course, you can. And you should. Our application aggregator asks all applicants to list whether they know someone at BANGKOK TV NEWS or not. If you list the name of the person you know, that person can list himself or herself as your referral.

What is the best way to apply for a job with you?

We recommend you to first carefully read the details concerning the job in which you’re interested. Remember, you should only apply for those positions that fit your profile.

If you’re sure you have the necessary skills, education, and experience for an advertised job, here’s what you need to do:

  • Prepare a detailed cover letter
  • Send us exemplary clips to showcase your talent

I’ve no prior journalism experience as I have just got my journalism degree.  Can I apply?

BANGKOK TV NEWS is committed to developing new talent. Through our several initiatives, we help entry-level journalists to hone their skills. In addition, there’re various summer and winter internships that we offer every year in our editorial, technology, marketing, data, product and design, and advertising teams.

If I apply for an entry-level position, what are you looking for in terms of a cover letter or clips?

The BANGKOK TV NEWS likes to hire journalists who stand out, on the basis of their skills, knowledge, or experience. Since journalists’ skills vary, we would like you to showcase what exactly sets you apart.

Should I have a journalism background if I’m applying for a job in the marketing department?

Well, most roles within Marketing don’t need a journalism background. Some marketing roles require persons to work directly and closely with the newsroom. In those cases, we prefer someone with a journalism background.