Current Openings

Posted 5/5/20

Freelance Journalists

Freelance Journalists What's Up? Media is interested in meeting qualified and seasoned writers with a nose for journalism in the pursuit of intriguing, investigative, and informed articles. Writers should possess qualifications including, but not limited to: education from accredited journalism program(s), demonstrated work experience, a healthy portfolio of published articles, and a command of Maryland's geography, politics, culture, history, socio-economics, and environment. To learn more about our interests and how they might intersect with yours, email the Editorial Director at Please include your personal introduction, qualifications, and several examples of published work (pdf layouts or web-links preferred over Word or Page files).

Posted 5/5/20

Account Executive

What’s Up? Media is seeking an experienced and dynamic sales representative to help cover our Annapolis and Eastern Shore area. The ideal candidate needs to be able to sell across multiple platforms for print, online, and events. A minimum of 2-4 years of sales experience is preferred. Responsibilities will include account management and new business development. Candidates need to be highly motivated, have excellent communication skills, be deadline driven, detail oriented, and comfortable with travel. Please email a resume and two business references to

Posted 7/12/19

Editorial Intern

Do you like writing? Do you like cubicles? Do you like the oxford comma (please say yes)?

What’s Up? Wants You! 

What’s Up? Media is looking for an Editorial Intern. This is a 12–20 hours per week unpaid internship.

Objectives include learning the following skills:
  • Production and workflow management
  • Editorial Research
  • Creative Writing
  • Digital Copywriting
  • Community Outreach
  • Client Relations Skills and Business Acumen
Necessary computer skills include: Microsoft Word, Excel, and efficient typing. Familiarity with Dropbox, and Web Site Hosting platforms.

This internship supports the Editorial Department with data entry of fact checked events information with correct style/formatting, spelling, and grammar. This job is perfect for a student or recent grad studying English, Creative Writing, or Journalism. If you have a flair for writing and an eye for detail, this position allows for creativity in writing blog posts, event announcements, and other ~super cool~ writing assignments. 

Please email the following documents (Cover Letter, Resume, and Writing Sample) for consideration to Entertainment Editor, Cate Reynolds at and Community Editor, Caley Breese at with the Email Subject Line: What’s Up? Media Intern Candidate. No phone calls, please. Thank you!