Reporter/LA Inno

LA Business First

Los Angeles, California

Date Posted May 12, 2022
Industry Digital Media
Specialty Business/Technology
Required Education Bachelor's Degree
Job Status Part-time
Salary Not Specified


The part-time LA Inno reporter will be responsible for covering one of the hottest startup markets in the world. LA is home to a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem, and this reporter will be tasked with writing about the fast-growing, innovative startups that are moving the city’s economy forward.Our reporters have a keen eye for news and know how to report stories that resonate with readers.
The ideal candidate can identify the people, companies and initiatives that drive the news cycle, and connect our readers with the movers and shakers that define the LA startup scene.They will use source building, sharp news judgment, top-notch interviewing skills and scoop-driven reporting to create stories that our readers crave. This reporter will write rich profiles of fast-growing startups and the leaders behind them, news about deals that highlights where capital is flowing, and feature stories that provide greater insight into what makes up the local tech ecosystem.
We value new perspectives on our team, and our tenured and multifaceted group provides mentorship to support development within the organization. Our external and internal training includes focused topics that prepare our team members to take on bigger challenges and continuously develop skills. There are growth opportunities within each of our markets and support for those who want to explore career advancement in other regions or with other departments.




Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience

To apply:

LA Business First is part of American City Business Journals, a profitable, growing news and information company. We offer:
• Exceptional benefits,
including health, dental, vision, mental health, wellness, an employee assistance program and several specific wellness programs to help employees achieve their health goals. The company pays 83% of coverage costs.
• Strong work-life balance. There's no question that we work hard every day for our audience of top-level business owners, executives and decision-makers. Then we go home, to our families and our lives outside of the office. We have generous vacation benefits, and we don't look at you funny when you decide to use them. In fact, employees are expected to take time off regularly. It's codified into company policy.
• Wide opportunities for growth. Our company is filled with people who've been with us 10, 20, 30 years, in positions of increasing responsibility. Growth opportunities aren't limited to those who are willing to pick up and move for a new challenge. You can grow right where you are, if that's how you want to do it. We offer weekly training on specific topics; training programs that prepare our journalists to take on bigger challenges and/or move up; a formal newsroom mentoring program; and funding for external training opportunities that bring new perspectives into our newsrooms.
American City Business Journals and its 45+ publications are the No. 1 source for local business news in the nation. We publish daily online, weekly in print and deliver multiple daily email products, as well as host monthly events attended by thousands of business executives. ACBJ is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Company considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by applicable city, state or federal law.

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