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American Songwriter

THE CRAFT OF MUSIC

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Songwriters, musicians, and music enthusiasts trust American Songwriter to be their authentic home for the latest news, information, and coaching from the music industry. Dedicated to the Craft of Music for the past 35 years, American Songwriter is an international website, magazine, and podcast network.

American Songwriter explores all genres of music—Distributed internationally with a heavy USA subscriber base, the readership of American Songwriter is just as diverse as its contents—aspiring to professional songwriters, musicians, music publishers, studio owners, copyright lawyers, record label A&R, and music enthusiasts.

American Songwriter magazine is published bi-monthly. The magazine offers in-depth Q&A’s with up-and-coming, established and legendary songwriters and artists, covers recording technology, including the latest gadgets and gear every songwriter should know about, and reports on the business of music with interviews and insight from publishers, record label executives, producers and other industry professionals.

AmericanSongwriter.com provides much of the same ethos plus daily news reporting, new album reviews, video interviews, in-office video recording sessions, live photos, livestream concerts, business insight, blogs and online exclusive content for aspiring or professional songwriters and serious music enthusiasts. Opinions expressed by contributing writers do not necessarily reflect the views of American Songwriter.

Advertisers include international instrument manufacturers, record labels who want to gain exposure for their artists, publishers who honor writer achievements, demo studios, festivals, conferences, book publishing houses, recording software companies and a select group of non-musical companies who position their product offerings to identify with music culture.

30th Anniversary About Page

History

American Songwriter was founded in 1984 by Bruce Hurt and only one year later was sold to Jim Sharp.  American Songwriter’s circulation has grown from under 2,000 copies per issue to more than 30,000 with readership approaching 100,000 per issue.  AmericanSongwriter.com averages 600,000 unique website visitors per month and has grown at the rate of 15% or more per year since its inception in 2003.
30th Anniversary About Page

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Internships at American Songwriter

American Songwriter seeks ambitious and energetic interns with a strong interest in “the craft of music.” Internships are unpaid and require 12-30 hours per week in the office. Our internships are available for spring, summer and fall semesters. All internships are based in Nashville, TN. For a list of all available internship positions and requirements, refer to the descriptions below. All internships are for college credit only.

Editorial Interns

Interns involved in our editorial department are responsible for editing and writing daily news pieces for our online site, transcribing interviews, copy editing and assisting the editorial staff. Editorial interns will also be involved in minor social media tasks. Applications should include a resume, cover letter and two to three writing clips (preferably published). Previous experience in news writing is preferred, but not required.

Marketing Interns

Marketing interns will focus on learning the daily operations of a multimedia company. Interns have the chance to work closely with the American Songwriter community though learning how a small business runs successfully, creating marketing initiatives to utilize/expand social media sites, gaining a knowledge of day-to-day office operations and working events sponsored by American Songwriter. Applications should include a resume and cover letter. Previous experience in marketing is preferred, but not required.

Please send all marketing applications to [email protected]

Interns Emily Williams and Will Minter show some AS pride. (2013)
Interns Emily Williams and Will Minter show some AS pride. (2013)

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