You talk to yourself. In a Swedish accent. Barking like a dog. Waving at you tall tanned brain surgeon. Welcome to our world, a big hungry series of beautiful 30 second scripts. As a copywriter we are storytellers, connecting our clients with our audiences. If you are one of us, we are looking for you.
NZME Studio is on the hunt for our next talented creative copywriter to join our studio team in Auckland. Our commercial radio space is fast so you need to be fit. It is also super exciting and constantly changing.
As a Studio Copywriter at NZME you will be smashing a huge workload while you polish your skills and work alongside a crowd of innovative writers, skilled audio engineers and visionary video editors and directors. Between us we all create banging content and radio commercials across all of our NZME platforms.
To succeed in this role you’ll have one to two years’ experience in the media industry, you’ll have strong language skills and an ear for music. Bring us a qualification in media, advertising, radio creative or equivalent and we will give you the keys to an exciting career in the hottest media company – NZME. If you’re with us, you’re curious, connected and confident, you love to learn and you want to hear your work playing across the biggest radio and online media brands in the country. Free stuff and celeb spotting are just some of the perks!
This role is hands on, full on and fun. We are looking for a great human – one who’ll fit our diverse and inclusive environment, where we tell it like it is, challenge the status quo and dare to try. Want to know more? Apply now and continue your creative career, we’re waiting to hear from you. So apply now with your cover letter, CV, creative portfolio and/or link.
Well NZR don't need to be impartial. There only obligation is getting the best deal possible for their stakeholders. Interesting to hear Steve Tew say this deal was done inside of Skys exclusive negation window, so they didn't even explore ...
Why would you take a 5% share in a clearly dying company unless you know that your product is what allows Sky to hold NZ rugby fans to ransom? How can NZR possibly state that they are impartial next time ...
I find it quite pheasant to watch.
Did I like the ad? Yes Was I vaguely unsettled by it? Also yes. As someone who finds zombies and zombie horror to be very disturbing, the ad does its job a little too well. I can get over it ...
Looking good Aaron! Congrats on the new role.
Great to see an agency growing in WGTN. Well done!
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