PopCulture Careers

PopCulture.com is a ViacomCBS brand within the ViacomCBS Streaming portal delivering premium content to audiences across emerging media platforms. With a spirited focus on celebrity news, reality TV, movie culture, TV, streaming, music and sports through well-built and to-the-point verticals, PopCulture has proven through its apt reporting and storytelling to be a leading authority for a generation of readers passionate about larger than life characters, celebrities and entertainment franchises.

Reaching more than 12.8 million followers across social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, our comprehensive team of reporters and on-air talent talk directly with entertainers and the creators of the industry, as well as the community at large, providing fans an authentic, one-of-a-kind view of the entertainment landscape. Additionally, our team is one of the most steadfast among competitors with committed news distribution all week long from a team that works in a fast-paced media-centric environment, able to hit the ground running.

PopCulture reaches an industry-leading 110M page views all per month (Google Analytics: January 2020) with a 20M comScore through its website. Our coverage includes breaking and trending news reports, one-on-one interviews, live events, reviews of the latest TV shows and movies you need to watch and daily video content, sparking your every joy within the realm of entertainment.

The PopCulture newsroom — fast-paced and transparent — powers through creativity, teamwork and initiative for ethical content that is accurate, purposeful and serves public interest while balancing the need for information. A successful member of this team will be able to work with others collaboratively, but also be self-motivated and proactive to drive the business forward. All writers must understand data-based writing through trends, SEO, and able to hit consistent goals set by their team leads.


If you are interested in a career with PopCulture.com, submit your (1) cover letter and (2) resume to editor@popculture.com, and please use the subject line to indicate the position you are inquiring about.

There are currently no openings available but we always take resumes.