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Media folks, here’s how to find any editor’s contact

Cold mailing has never been so easy.

words by: Natasha Marsh
Aug 3, 2020

We are not the first to tell you, applying for jobs is a job in itself. Lengthy applications can include job history up to three years back, multiple references, edit tests and portfolios. It can be exhausting and highly time consuming. Not to mention, how the heck can you stand out in a sea of hundreds, if not thousands, using the same general application channel. 


That is why we recommend cold emailing, or the act of emailing someone you don’t know, when searching for a new job or side hustle. The steps are pretty simple: you search the site to find the proper editor’s name and then either search around or ask around for the email format at said publisher. Simple. But time consuming. 


Oftentimes this takes a lot longer than anticipated. Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a running list of how emails are formatted? Well now there is. ED2010 put together a highly accurate list of top publishers in the media industry. Read on to see some of our favorites. 



BBC: [email protected]

BuzzFeed: [email protected]

CBS: [email protected]

Fast Company: [email protected]

The Guardian: [email protected]

The New York Times: [email protected] OR [email protected]

The New Yorker: [email protected]

Reader’s Digest: [email protected] OR [email protected]

The Skimm: [email protected]

Vox Media: [email protected]

Wall Street Journal: [email protected]



Bustle: [email protected]

Condé Nast: [email protected]

Hearst: [email protected] OR [email protected]

Interview Magazine: [email protected]

Meredith: [email protected] (and former Time Inc: [email protected])

Nylon: [email protected]

Pop Sugar: [email protected] (folks who have been with the company longer may be [email protected])

Travel & Leisure: [email protected]

Variety: [email protected]

Well and Good: [email protected]