Red Bull and Nuts magazine are recruiting aspiring journalists to cover the Red Bull X-Fighters Championships next month.
Twelve of the world’s best freestyle motocross riders will be competing for the top title with an acrobatic motorbike show at Battersea Park Station in London, on August 22.
One reporter and one photographer will be selected to report the event live. Their work will be published following the event on Nuts’ website.
The competition is open until 5pm (BST) on Friday, July 31. To enter submit examples of your work at http://www.nuts.co.uk/redbullreporter.
Men’s magazine Nuts has officially launched its community section MyNuts.
The social networking channel, which recorded 4 million page impressions during its month-long beta trial, lets users create their own profile pages to which they can upload video and images.
MyNuts subscribers can add friends and feedback to other users profiles and content.
Jo Smalley, Nuts publishing director, described the launch in a press release as the latest phase in creating a cross-platform strategy for the magazine.
There’s also a competitive edge to the section with the chance for a photoshoot for girls who submit photos and £50 on offer for the funniest video submitted.
MyNuts users should be aware however of the site’s terms and conditions, which state:
“IPC shall have no obligations with regard to the User Generated Content to monitor the User Generated Content to ensure that it complies with applicable laws or regulations. You remain solely responsible for the User Generated Content…”