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Any Biggest Loser fans?

I subscribe to the ProBlogger Twitter feed for blogging tips, but they also post job listings. I just saw that a site is looking for a blogger to recap The Biggest Loser after each show. I doubt it is for the official NBC site and is instead probably for a TV blog. I don’t watch the show, but if there are any fans who want to be paid $12 per post for a program they’re already watching, you can get the details here.

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deanna • August 27, 2008 at 3:19 pm

That’s not a bad idea, I’ll be watching the show anyway!! Thanks!


Kelly H • August 27, 2008 at 3:36 pm

Cool! Thanks for the link!


Jen • August 28, 2008 at 8:19 am

I applied — we’ll see. :)


Shelley • September 1, 2008 at 8:13 pm

That sounded like a great gig to me, as I do watch the show and I think it would be fun to recap. But then I clicked on your link, and it said they’re looking for writing that is “entertaining, but not flippant or snarky.” Ok, there’s no way I could recap that show, or any show, without being both flippant and snarky. Because that’s just the way I roll. I’d love to know who gets the job, though!


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