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Company: The News Service of Florida
Position:
Online Capitol Reporter needed
Location:
Florida
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
March 11, 2013
Job ID: 1467945

Description:

If you want a glamorous and sexy  job that's easy and pays a lot, well, good luck. If you want to spend a lot of time reading proposed legislation, sitting through committee meetings and late night floor sessions, filing multiple stories for decent but average pay in a town that's not that close to a beach,  and covering Florida Gov. Rick Scott - who doesn't really want much coverage, you might be a good fit for us. We're an online news service that covers the nuts and bolts of the legislative world - bills filed and debated, arguments over not just the high profile issues, but the obscure. We also cover the  bureaucracy, and we do our share of campaign stories . We need a geeky type who likes understanding issues that make others cringe. Our audience includes a large number of discerning insiders who subscribe to have our stories delivered to them directly via email, as well as all the major newspapers in the state, plus a lot of TV and radio stations.  We're a growing, well-respected company that  does serious journalism and values the trust of its readers.  Interested? Contact David Royse: royse@newsserviceflorida.com. No phone calls please.

 

 

 

 

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