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25 Years Later has come a long way in the past year, with thousands of daily views and a strong and dedicated following on social media. We at 25YL believe that we can be the next BIG THING in the world of TV, Film, Gaming & Culture. To get there, we need your help.

These are our current vacancies.


Gaming Writers

We have dipped our toes into the world of Gaming over the last few months, but plan to dive in fully this Fall.

We are in need of passionate and outgoing writers who are keen to get their teeth stuck into daily news, and with E3 just around the corner, to keep the site up to date with relevant and topical articles.

In addition, we want to hear your opinions. Unlike many sites, at 25YL we encourage our writers to express their views and share their knowledge and expertise of Gaming by writing in-depth analysis, with a unique angle and independent voice. Areas that we would like to cover include:

– Day 1 and Day 25 Reviews of New Games

– Gaming News

– E3 and Convention coverage

– Franchises

– Genres

– Character Analysis

– Retro games and consoles

– Gaming Lore

– Gaming news

– Indie titles

– Underground and niche projects

– General/topical opinion pieces

This position will require multiple writers who are able to report on breaking news quickly, can commit to writing reviews and articles about gaming on a weekly basis and are willing to be regularly active in our Slack Workspace.

It is imperative that you have a very strong grasp of the English Language, grammar and punctuation, and are able to present articles in a factual manner, but with a flare of personality and creativity.

Experience in using WordPress would be advantageous, but full training will be given. You would report to the Head of Gaming, who you would need to liaise with regularly for pitch and content approval.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send an email to andrew@25yearslatersite.com AND laura@25yearslatersite.com, letting us know:

  • Where you are located
  • Approximately how many articles a week you can contribute
  • Your areas of interest in Gaming (genres, titles, franchises)
  • What else you are passionate about (TV, Film, Music, etc)

TV Writers

We need writers who are not only passionate about TV, but thoughtful/willing to engage in deeper analysis than you often get elsewhere. This isn’t about giving shallow reviews, but about digging in and providing a deeper style of analysis that our readers have come to expect from us. In particular, we are looking for people who are interested in:

  • Covering new shows that look intriguing (whether this is a matter of something that airs weekly on a weekly basis, or engaging with something that is released all at once on a streaming service)
  • Getting on as many pilots of new shows as possible, even if it ends up only being a matter of writing on the first episode (because, of course, sometimes things won’t be worth thinking about further)
  • Digging into older/existing shows and exploring things worth thinking about within them (there is a lot we could be doing here, to where I almost want to emphasize it over the above)
  • Contributing to a new series that focused on standalone episodes from Horror programs such as Tales from the Crypt and Sci-Fi shows such as The Twilight Zone
  • Writing relatively short news items about things related to TV that come up (offering a personal opinion/angle on the information and not just relaying it)
  • Discussing themes and the like that cut across various shows, or trends within the genre
  • Contributing to themed series, such as Cancelled Too Soon, Perfect Pilots, etc.

Experience in using WordPress is advantageous, but full training will be given. You would report to the Head of the TV department and the Editor-In-Chief, both of whom you would need to liaise with regularly for pitch and content approval using Slack, which you will be expected to be active within regularly.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send an email to andrew@25yearslatersite.com AND caemeron@25yearslatersite.com, letting us know:

  • Where you are located
  • Approximately how many articles a week you can contribute
  • Your areas of interest in TV (genres, titles, franchises)
  • Any experience you have of writing
  • What else you are passionate about (Film, Music, Gaming, etc.)

So if you have a passion for TV and want to try your hand at writing about what you love, get in touch.


Thank you for taking an interest in working for 25YL. We hope to hear from you soon.