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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

KoopaTV Was Hiring!

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - Want to be part of our staff? Look for job openings below!

Do you want to join a hip organisation that is making waves across the Internet? Do you want to be part of a company culture where you set your own hours, can wear whatever you want, and basically have unrestricted speech? Do you want the opportunity to talk, play, and write about videogames or anything else all day? If you're okay with not being paid anything (but the résumé [we will even be your references/recommendations], learning, and fun potential are limitless), then KoopaTV was the place for you!

Unfortunately, KoopaTV is no longer hiring due to no longer producing new content. Everything below is for posterity.

Benefits also include being in the KoopaTV Nintendo Switch Online Family Group, which saves you money for the online subscription; as well as membership in our exclusive Discord group.

KoopaTV is proud to contribute to the communities that we serve. For more information, see KoopaTV's Corporate Social Responsibility Report.

Any positions that KoopaTV has open will be listed below, with all of their details. If you would like to apply for any of these, send an e-mail to jobs(at)koopatv(dot)org expressing your interest and why you would be right for the job (include a résumé and references if you got 'em). If you comment below, we'll see it, but it's best to talk about these things in privacy.

We'll have an e-mail-based interview and may ask you to submit some work.

All positions start right away and hires are decided upon an on-going basis.

We do not accept individuals with ties to the modern KKK, neo-Nazi groups, ISIS, the Taliban, or al Qaeda.

We do not accept those under the age of 18, unless there are extraordinary circumstances.

KoopaTV is significantly more likely to accept your application if we already know who you are and you regularly interact with the site.

Last updated: 7/4/2023

Taking the "Digital Graphics Producer" description's advice. (This caption won't make sense if the job is taken.)

Job Title: Content Writer

Description: Have you ever wanted to have your opinion heard on a wide variety of topics? Do you think you're important? Do you enjoy giving people a piece of your mind without a censor? Then being a KoopaTV Content Writer is the position for you. Have the opportunity to publish articles that potentially hundreds of people will read! Some might even comment on them. Those are really exciting.
  • Required:
    • Proficiency in the English language
    • Knowledge about the videogame industry
    • Awareness and appreciation of KoopaTV's core values
    • A Discord account
  • Nice to have:
    • Awareness of current events both in the videogame industry and in general (example: politics)
    • Previous experience with Blogger 
    • Self-awareness, a sense of humour, and not taking things too seriously 
    • Experience or soon-to-have-experience with the Ace Attorney franchise
Date Posted: 11/26/2014

Job Title: Japanese Marketing Manager

Description: Are you an expert on Japanese culture? KoopaTV wants someone who specifically can help cater our product offering to the Japanese market, following the success of our first attempt at doing so. The Japanese Marketing Manager will have a big role in not only promoting our articles to readers in Japan (specifically through Twitter), but also influencing what articles are written, when they are published, and how they are written in order to best suit the Japan market's needs.
  • Required:
    • Fluency in Japanese and at least a working knowledge of English.
      • Specifically, the ability to read, write, and translate Japanese to English, and English to Japanese.
    • Active knowledge of ongoing Japanese online culture trends on a real-time basis.
    • A Discord account
  • Nice to have:
    • An understanding of what KoopaTV is all about.
Date Posted: 1/26/2015

Job Title: Social Media Manager

Description: Do you have a passion or interest in social media marketing? Have you ever wondered about having a cohesive, integrated message across several media platforms? Then the KoopaTV Social Media Manager is right for you. Your job is to spread the KoopaTV gospel across our social media platforms (you can find them at the bottom left corner of any KoopaTV page) and get people interested or riled up with whatever content we publish that day, along with reusing previous content to take advantage of trending topics.
  • Required:
    • Experience and savvy in using social media
    • Knowledge of the content already present on KoopaTV, and an understanding of KoopaTV's message
    • Being around during key traffic hours 
    • A Discord account
  • Nice to have:
    • An entrepreneurial spirit
    • Pet turtles
Date Posted: 3/28/2014

Job Title: Digital Graphics Producer

Description: Are you interested in making things look nice? Do you have the ability to do so? While written content is KoopaTV's bread-and-butter, people don't like walls of text. Breaking up words with pictures and/or audiovisual content is key to captivate people's interest. Having nice pictures also makes for nice thumbnails when sharing KoopaTV content on social media. The KoopaTV Digital Graphics Producer will work in tandem with KoopaTV's writing arm to produce compelling visual content to go along with the words to make a more appealing article overall. The Digital Graphics Producer might also have the opportunity to provide the graphical assets for KoopaTV's videogame-production arm, since we have a history of doing that.
  • Required:
    • A legally-obtained digital graphics editing program that is better than Paint that saves images in .png
    • A proficiency in using the above program
    • A Discord account
  • Nice to have:
    • Video-editing experience with a legally-obtained video-editing program
Date Posted: 11/26/2014

Job Title: IT and Web Designer

Description: Is web design your passion? Do you know the technical side of running a website? KoopaTV is looking into getting its own domain name and making the site customised and nice-looking. As the IT and Web Designer, you will answer any questions KoopaTV staff members may have about how to do technical things. You may also design and write the code on new KoopaTV features, like related posts, a flashy random button, and site navigation improvement in general.
  • Required:
    • Knowledge of web languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript
    • Knowledge of website hosting and domain registration
  • Nice to have:
    • A Discord account, and knowledge of how to run a Discord server
Date Posted: 06/09/2015

Job Title: Data Entry Minion

Description: Do you want to do KoopaTV a great service and make a huge impact, but only want to do so on a temporary basis? Enter the Data Entry Minion position, where you'll be given projects that require labour that no one else wants to do.
  • Required:
    • You have access to an input device that can copy/paste
  • Nice to have:
    • A Discord account
    • A sense of humour
    • Decent English skills
    • Conscientious and consistent in doing work
Date Posted: 10/01/2015

None of these quite fit your skills? Well, send an e-mail to Ludwig anyway if you think you can offer value to KoopaTV!

Ludwig likes the idea of being your boss. If you have any questions about the positions listed, feel free to comment about those and inquire.


  1. Tfw no AOL.

    And no interest in getting one.

    1. AIM is amazing and totally worth getting.

      Obviously not many people still have an AIM account but it's quick, easy, and free.

      (Rawk doesn't even have an AIM account he has a Pidgin account which gives access to multiple instant messenging clients at once.)

    2. ;-;
      Anything for you, loverboy.

    3. ...It's not to hit on me, it's if you want to be staff.

  2. Hey Koopy im actually pretty good at drawing, i draw anime girl faces mostly but i can draw some other stuff pretty well too.the only problem is i dont have a drawing app, or a good one at least. :/ but if u could recommend one then i would b good to go except the messenger thingy :P

    1. I dunno if this is what you're looking for, but...


  3. Well... AOL? Really? I wasn't aware the whole thing wasn't defunct by now. I wouldn't mind writing some content, I suppose, but you can't really demand for people to get a name defunct. Though I might get it if there's a demand... or something. I'm bored and got nothing better to do.

    I would probably stick to Nintendo-related news and likely a couple theories relating to the universe of Mario, such as what spiked shells come from, why some nonhuman characters have hair and some don't. Lame crap nobody talks about. Though I understand if there's no demand or if you remember the salt I threw your way for talking shit about my dude, Koops.

    1. Oh! You!
      Hi! You're back! Awesome! We enjoyed you when you were tossing salt. No hard feelings from us.

      First of all, AOL Instant Messenger is still a thing. It doesn't, uh, get updates or anything anymore, but it's not defunct. It's a lot better than, say, Skype, for a variety of reasons. These range from the EULAs to the significantly higher degree of personal expression on AIM when actually transmitting text. Also, publishing live reaction logs, which are copy-pasted right from the AIM chatroom, is easier on AIM than Skype.

      We also keep AIM because we have all of the conversations in our AIM Blast (permanent chatroom) logged for the past, I dunno, 5 years or more, long before KoopaTV existed.

      Anyway, sounds good! (Though, Wendy was/is/might/said internally she would write about hair-related things some months ago, but she might not! ...Point is, some folks do talk about it!) We love writing about stuff nobody talks about, actually. That's a lot of our articles and we can put a lot of creativity into that. :p

      Anyway, we totally prefer to talk about hiring decisions privately (such as over e-mail with as opposed to the public comments section.

      If you really don't want to get AIM or a chat client compatible with AIM (Rawk uses Pidgin, for example) and/or don't actually want to be part of our staff, then you can always be a re-occurring guest poster.

      But yeah, e-mail us.


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