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Coolest job ever, the sequel: Instagram film and TV locations for Netflix

Ever traveled to Boston and snapped a shot of the bar from "Cheers"? Or raced up the "Rocky" steps in Philadelphia? Or trekked to California's Vasquez Rocks because it's in just about every "Star Trek" episode?If that sounds like fun, then Netflix has a job for you.Yep, the company that pays people to watch TV and movies all day is at it again, with another candidate for the coolest job in Americ
IMAGE: Rocky steps
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Ever traveled to Boston and snapped a shot of the bar from "Cheers"? Or raced up the "Rocky" steps in Philadelphia? Or trekked to California's Vasquez Rocks because it's in just about every "Star Trek" episode?

The \"Rocky steps\" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art are a favorite photographic target of many movie fans.Today

If that sounds like fun, then Netflix has a job for you.

Yep, the company that pays people to watch TV and movies all day is at it again, with another candidate for the coolest job in America.

Netflix is looking to hire three "Grammasters," meaning Instagram users who will travel the continent for two weeks snapping photos of famous film and TV locations. You'll get paid $2000 a week and Netflix will handle your travel arrangements.

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Instagrammers "may even visit the sets of Netflix (original shows) to grab some exclusive images," the company says in a press release. Hellooooo, "House of Cards" barbecue joint and "Orange is the New Black" prison?

Better watch yourself if you see \"House of Cards\" star Kevin Spacey sitting around a Metro station.Today

Applying is easy. Interested photogs should follow @netflix on Instagram and hashtag their three best Instagram photos with #Grammaster. Let's hope your Instagram rep precedes you, because you'll be judged on "photographic skill, personality and influence on Instagram." And get started snapping, because the submission period ends Oct. 7 at midnight PT. 

Get more details at the official site.

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