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When you join Dow Jones, you become part of the most dynamic, creative and savvy news and information companies in the world. As a global leader in news and business intelligence, we're newswires, websites, newspapers, apps, newsletters, databases, magazines, radio and television--including some of the widest-read and most-respected brands, like The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, MarketWatch and DJX, our flagship news and analytics platform. Our media inform the discussions and decisions that are vital to the world's commerce, while our databases make the business world more transparent. We continually develop technology to transform information into insight and prosperity. From over 50 countries and in over a dozen languages, we enlighten and inspire audiences with authoritative, differentiated and trusted content.

The Wall Street Journal seeks a social media editor who will work with the Social, Mobile and Audience Development team to extend social media integration within our newsgathering operation. The editor will be an integral part of our real-time news desk and will train editors and reporters in best-practices regarding social media for reporting and engagement. The editor will be part of a team of editors responsible for running the main WSJ social accounts and innovating across social and mobile platforms.


We are looking for a digital journalist with a demonstrable passion for news. The successful candidate will also have in-depth experience of social media platforms, an understanding of digital analytics and an ability to train others on best social practices.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vets

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Sports Reporter print/broadcast Are you a versatile sports reporter? Ready to try something different in journalism? Meet OZY.

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Director, Content/ Managing Editor loanDepot is currently looking for a talented individual to join our team as Director, Content at our office in Foothill Ranch, CA. This position requires a seasoned professional with a proven track record that shows strong initiative, collaboration skills, project management expertise, and a deep knowledge of information architecture. Experience in the real estate and/or mortgage industries is critical for success in this role. Excellent verbal and written communication skills for interactions both inside and outside are required. The successful candidate will also be results driven with an attention to detail, exceptional follow-through, and the ability to focus on strategic agendas while managing day-to-day job activities under the pressure of tight deadlines and high expectations.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Create, develop and manage content for organization web presence (requires working with content management software including Sitecore and WordPress)
  • Create and coordinate web content projects across all company web sites to include feature articles, video, digital images and more.
  • Maintain a consistent look and feel throughout all web properties
  • Work with cross-functional team, maintain, develop master content calendar for all web properties
  • Copyedit and proofread all web content
  • Build and oversee in-house editorial content staff, freelancers, including writers and copyeditors to ensure high quality presentation and content production
  • Work closely with marketing / sales to identify and negotiate content syndication partnership
  • Work with various key business units in developing a company-wide editorial content strategy in support of key business goals related to traffic, engagement and monetization
  • Keep current with emerging web technologies
  • Assure web-based information is archived for future needs and reference
  • Track and remain current on all site metrics to improve content performance
  • Work cooperatively with key team members, clients and vendors

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Director, Social Media/ Social Media Guru  The Director will act as loanDepot’s social community thought leader!
  • Develop and execute strategies to manage social media channels.
  • Engage with online influencers and advocates to ensure that their input is acknowledged
  • Manage relationships with key blogger and industry influencers in both B2B and B2C arenas
  • Develop social media driven launch strategies for loanDepot campaigns and issues management

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motivated, outgoing sales person The Powell Tribune, a semi-weekly community newspaper in Powell, Wyo., is searching for a motivated, outgoing person to join its newspaper/multimedia sales team. Applicants must have at least an associate's degree. Sales experience preferred.
Beginning salary range - $20k to $25k. Health, dental and vision benefits included. Monthly sales commission offered based on performance. This is a M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. position. 
Located near Yellowstone National Park and in the Big Horn Basin, Powell is an agricultural community with a lot to offer.
Resumes with cover letters should be emailed to: Deadline for submission: 5-15-14

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Copy Editor/Page Designer Copy Editor/Page Designer

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Seeking talented reporter

The Monett Times and Cassville Democrat of southwest Missouri seeks a talented and energetic full-time reporter.  

Candidates for this position must possess strong writing, editing and photography skills. 

The successful candidate must have an insatiable sense of curiosity, and a willingness to ask tough questions and ruffle feathers to get down to the bottom of a story. 

We also seek someone who realizes the importance of breaking news, as well as using social media to drive readers to the online and print product. 

Organization, adherence to deadlines, and the ability to produce in a fast-paced environment are key. InDesign skills are a plus.

Barry County is a friendly, growing area that contains Roaring River State Park and Table Rock Lake. We are a short drive to Kansas City, Branson, Springfield, Joplin, Eureka Springs, Ark., and Fayetteville, Ark. 

Qualified candidates should send their resumes to Publisher Jacob Brower at No phone calls, please.

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Reporter The (Lynchburg) News & Advance, a part of BH Media Group, has an immediate opening for a night cops/general assignment reporter. We are seeking a digital-savvy journalist who is aggressive with posting breaking news online,comfortable writing on deadline and willing to parachute into the news of the day and turn it for a Page One story -- a journalist drawn to the craft of writing as well as the calling of the job. Social media knowledge a must, along with traditional print skills.   Some experience at a weekly or daily newspaper preferred; will consider candidates with strong college experience. Lynchburg is a college town located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in central Virginia. Send resume, clips to City Editor Thomas Fraser,

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Community Reporter The Casper Journal, Natrona County’s weekly community newspaper and website, is seeking a multimedia savvy journalist who can generate and edit content, take photos and format this content for our print and digital audiences. This is a full-time position requiring occasional night and weekend work.  

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Associate Editor Wanted  

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Arts Reporter/Assistant Editor
Colorado Public Radio seeks an experienced Arts Reporter/Assistant Editor with a solid journalism background to join its Arts Bureau. 
The Arts Reporter/Assistant Editor  covers all aspects of Colorado's arts and culture communities and produces content for radio and the online arts hub (text, video, social media, still images etc).
As a member of the CPR Arts Bureau, this individual will deliver work across all three of CPR’s programming services -- News, Classical, and OpenAir.
The position also entails assisting the Arts Editor with editing web- and audio-based content.
Work includes producing in-depth feature stories, blog posts, social media feeds, and live events about culture-related happenings, trends, issues, and ideas.
The goal is to give people a deep understanding of the broad range of arts news, issues and activities around the state. 
Core responsibilities include:
  • Research, write, report, edit, and voice a wide variety of stories and series for the weekly arts show, morning and afternoon news magazines, and, occasionally, CPR's interview program Colorado Matters.  
  • Work with the digital news team on re-purposing existing content for the online arts hub.
  • Collaborate with the Arts Editor and news department on optimal placement of material, i.e. weekly arts show, news magazines, newscasts, and Colorado Matters. 
  • Provide regular short features on arts stories and on CPR’s two music services. 
  • Help produce live events related to beat issues, and work as needed with regional partners and other resources to develop content in the subject area. 
  • Share copy editing responsibilities with the Arts Editor, and potentially fill-in hosting duties on air.
  • Consult with arts contributors and cultivates sources broadly in the arts community for story ideas and contacts. 
  • Participate in all assigned fund-raising and outreach activities, on air and off.
Education & Experience Requirements:
  • Minimum 5 years public radio news experience including a strong understanding of public radio news values and ethics as well as good news judgment.
  • Demonstrable passion for arts journalism, possess strong interpersonal skills with a team orientation and have the ability to work independently and interdependently to achieve goals. 
  • Understanding of the national and international arts landscape and the role that the arts play in people’s lives.  
  • Good organizational skills are a must along with the ability to create lively, in-depth stories for different media (radio, online, live space etc). 
  • Proficiency with juggling several projects and deadlines at once, attention to detail, meet deadlines and work productively and efficiently in a team environment. 
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills (including on-air).
  • Strong interest in cultural journalism; solid journalism credentials and impeccable ethical standards. 
  • Ability to tell stories and communicate information across multimedia platforms.
  • Proven editorial skill set, including writing and editing for broadcast and online. 
  • Ability to work accurately and gracefully under pressure. 
  • Clear communication skills; can work effectively in a collaborative environment.
  • Application Requirements
Please send cover letter, resume, work samples (two recent written arts features for web or print plus two recent arts-oriented audio pieces for radio or podcast), and three professional references to, with Arts Reporter/Assistant Editor in the subject line. Competitive salary and benefits. No phone calls or drop-ins please. Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer and encourages workplace diversity.

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Seeking Senior Writer  

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Reporter, Sports Dow Jones & Co.

Job Function Editorial

Job Locations US-NY-NEW YORK

Company Overview:

When you join Dow Jones, you become part of the most dynamic, creative and savvy news and information companies in the world. As a global leader in news and business intelligence, we're newswires, websites, newspapers, apps, newsletters, databases, magazines, radio and television--including some of the widest-read and most-respected brands, like The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, MarketWatch and DJX, our flagship news and analytics platform. Our media inform the discussions and decisions that are vital to the world's commerce, while our databases make the business world more transparent. We continually develop technology to transform information into insight and prosperity. From over 50 countries and in over a dozen languages, we enlighten and inspire audiences with authoritative, differentiated and trusted content.

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Seeking Executive Editor GateHouse Media Delaware is seeking an executive editor with demonstrated skills in digital, print and social media.  The executive editor will lead the newsroom of our six weekly community papers: the Dover Post, Middletown Transcript, Milford Beacon, Smyrna/Clayton Sun-Times, Sussex Countian and Hockessin Community News, with a total print circulation of over 115,000.  Our goal is to provide unique, quality local journalism.  We practice non-linear storytelling, and are committed to evolving our presence on the Web.  This position offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits package, and career progression possibilities.

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Senior Reporter, Data Desk Senior Reporter, Data Desk The Boston Globe is currently seeking a Senior Reporter, Data Desk to join their dynamic team. This position reports directly into the Metro editor with a dotted line to the editor of

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Magazine Editor  MAGAZINE EDITOR:
Northeast Mississippi monthly magazine publication seeks energetic editor for its award-winning magazine. The ideal candidate should have 2 or more years of experience in the publishing industry; possess solid editing, writing and communication skills; be comfortable handling multiple tasks; and have a passion for the magazine industry as well as providing contract staff writers with ideas for upcoming issues.  Full-time position with competitive salary and benefits. Responsibilities include: Planning, scheduling, and overseeing day-to-day editorial operations for monthly magazine.  Specific duties include: • Managing editorial workflow for magazine, complete magazine page layouts, tracking content into and through the editorial production process • Setting and enforcing schedules for in-book packages and special projects • Facilitating communication between ad, edit, photo, copy, and production departments. • Prioritizing editorial workloads for and ensuring approvals are secured • Reviewing composed proofs and corrections • Related tasks as assigned. Must be proficient in Indesign and Photoshop and Apple Computers.  Send resume to: Don Norman, Publisher, Starkville Daily News, P.O. Box 1068, Starkville, Ms. 39760, E-mail:

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Sports Writer The Times-Mail in Bedford 
Experience: • Beat writing experience, reporting • Working under extreme deadlines • 5-7 years

Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Essential writing, reporting and editing journalism skills • Working knowledge of relevant college sports 

Education: • Bachelor’s Degree 

Working Conditions: • Frequent standing, walking, sitting, talking, listening, repetitive motion 

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Investigative Reporter Wanted Investigative Reporter Wanted / Alabama Media Group

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Asst. Editor/Social Media Coordinator                                                                     Assistant Editor/Social Media Coordinator

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Community Alt-Weekly Editor

The Rutland Reader is seeking applications for the position of editor of this small community alt-weekly in southwestern and central Vermont.

After a successful first 18 months, we're looking to grow this publication in print and online as an alternative, and build a deeper connection to the community. We need someone who can lead the way into the next phase of this weekly's bright future. We're also about to start up a second weekly in another region of Vermont and the successful candidate will assist in the development and launch of that newspaper.

We want someone who will actively seek out and connect with the community, arts, business and other organizations, and has the skill and flexibility to find, manage and develop freelancers. The successful candidate will need to edit stories and content for accuracy, context, grammar, spelling and relevance; identify trends and stories of interest to the areas of publication; and write stories or features as needed.

This person will lead the operations for the Rutland Reader, in print and online, including scheduling and editing feature stories, working with freelance writers, columnists and photographers, and engaging the community through the web site and social media. This person will also be responsible for special projects – producing or managing production of special sections and unique publications – within our broader group of publications.

The ideal candidate for this position will have news writing and editing skills, have sound news and feature judgement, organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize tasks and work with many different people at one time.

This person must also be willing and able to communicate effectively and regularly every day with the general public in a variety of mediums; to dig out items beyond skin deep, and to welcome the public into the newspapers; and must have mastery of web browsers, social media and the ability to learn and use our content management system.

The Rutland Reader is part of the Herald Association, a small family-owned newspaper company, and offers competitive pay and benefits, including health insurance, dental, vision, discounted gym memberships, a 401(k) plan with matching, and more. This position will work out of the Rutland office, which is located in the heart of abundant outdoor recreation opportunities and small towns with lots to do, with metro areas like Montreal, Boston and New York within half a day's drive or less.

If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Rob Mitchell, Interim Editor, at

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Community News Reporter

The Rutland Herald is seeking candidates for the position of Community News Reporter to find and write about the happenings and milestones of small towns and the lives of locals, do some reporting and learn the newsroom from the inside out.

This person will reach out to the community and ensure that their events and stories are shared through the events calendar, online and through social media. This person will build a solid process for inclusion of community news across a variety of platforms, and also report on local features, some courts and other general assignment reporting.

This position requires basic news writing skills, be able to re-write press releases, do basic fact-checking, prioritize tasks and be friendly, outgoing and willing to learn the grunt-work that goes behind reporting. This person must have mastery of web browsers and social media and the ability to learn the content management technology we use, and be willing and able to communicate effectively and regularly every day with the general public and local officials / law enforcement both on the phone and in person. This person must be organized and have a basic knowledge of Vermont and the Rutland and Central Vermont regions, or the ability and desire to learn the region quickly.

This is a full-time position with benefits. Experience in the news or PR industry is helpful but we will consider entry-level candidates.

The Rutland Herald and Barre-Montpelier Times Argus offer competitive pay and benefits, including health insurance, dental, vision, discounted gym memberships, a 401(k) plan with matching, and more. We have a storied past and a bright future - these newspapers are family owned and operated, and committed to strong local and state news coverage. This position will work out of the Rutland office, which is located in the heart of abundant outdoor recreation opportunities and small towns with lots to do, with metro areas like Montreal, Boston and New York within half a day's drive or less.

If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Rob Mitchell, Editor, at

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Student Newspaper Advisor  

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Write for the Best! Community Reporter

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Government Reporter The Times-News is looking for an ambitious Government Reporter to cover city, county and state politics.  This position has served as a career springboard for other journalists. The reporter leaving the position just accepted a job with the Associated Press. Others were hired by the Chicago Tribune and Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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Online Editor The Times-News and Elko Daily Free Press are looking for an experienced multimedia producer/online editor to manage and generate content for our websites, and, as our Web team grows page views, engagement and unique visitors across all digital platforms.

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Sports reporter/anchor Competitive station looking for a weekend sports anchor/reporter. You must have a degree in broadcast journalism or related field. Experience a plus. Looking for a team player with a passion for sports. This is NOT a 9-5 job.

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Page designer/copy editor Page designer/copy editor: The Gaston (NC) Gazette, a Halifax Media Group newspaper, seeks a talented combination copy editor/page designer. We are looking for someone who can transform our content into eye-catching packages that will both entertain and inform the reader. There is lots of opportunity to be creative, sophisticated and innovative in design. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, enterprising and able to juggle several assignments at once. Applicants must be proficient in InDesign and Photoshop, Illustrator is a plus. Send your resume and five examples of your work to Production Editor

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Technology Reporter The Las Vegas Sun is looking for a technology reporter with ambition, will and flexibility to produce compelling, unique content for a range of innovative digital and print products.

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West Fargo Pioneer seeks sports and news reporter
The West Fargo Pioneer is looking for a sports/news reporter to help cover North Dakota’s fastest-growing city on the Red River. 
The Pioneer is a weekly newspaper that covers community, schools and sports news in West Fargo. The Pioneer is an independent, subscriber-based newspaper that works in tandem with The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, North Dakota and western Minnesota’s largest daily newspaper. 
Our ideal candidate will be a resourceful and energetic self-starter who can find the colorful back story in any assignment. We are seeking someone with exceptional organizational and story-telling skills who can balance writing in-depth feature stories on a weekly basis as well as contributing game or breaking stories on a daily deadline, when needed. The position will be a unique opportunity to see your work published in not just one but two of this region’s highest -regarded newspapers. 
As part of Forum Communications Company, we are family owned, financially stable and in a growing and dynamic market with strong K-12 schools, large and small universities and many cultural, recreational and entertainment options. 
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent education/experience in journalism is required. At least one year of experience in a professional newsroom is preferred, but May college graduates with strong experience will be considered. Applicants must be able to work occasional nights, weekends and holidays, and have 
a valid driver’s license with a record insurable by the company. 
Send resume, cover letter and 3-5 work samples by April 28, 2014 to Assistant Editor Wendy Reuer at or 101 5th St. N., Fargo, ND 58103.

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SEO-Minded Content Writer Needed

We are a rapidly growing marketing agency that is looking to hire a bright content writer with choice copywriting skills on a freelance basis. A steady stream of assignments awaits the right candidate. Since this is a telecommuting position, you will be allowed to create your own work schedule. The only thing that we ask is that you deliver assignments by the agreed upon deadline. 

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Seeking talented and high energy Regional Manager/Editor Regional Manager/Editor

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Financial Reporter A start-up Chicago-based subscription financial news and commentary service is looking for a reporter to cover U.S. financial derivatives markets.  

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Seeking Reporter  
The News Graphic, a publication of Conley Media, is looking for a full-time energetic reporter to cover Cedarburg and Ozaukee County government. An ideal candidate will have a passion for good journalism and accuracy. An eye for interesting news and feature stories is a necessity. Excellent writing skills are required. Newspaper experience in covering governmental meetings is much preferred. Work hours will vary, depending on the news that needs to be covered, with some night work required. The News Graphic publishes Tuesdays and Thursdays, covering the Cedarburg, Grafton, Mequon and Thiensville areas. Benefits such as health, dental, 401(k) and more are included with this position. Please send resume and salary requirements to News Graphic Managing Editor, W61N306 Washington Avenue, Cedarburg, WI 53012 or email in confidence to 

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Urban Economics Reporting Fellowship  

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Financial Times Subsidiary Seeking Resercher GatekeeperIQ, an online publication from Financial Times subsidiary Money-Media, seeks a full-time researcher.

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Digital Editorial Intern

Here’s the deal: MATTER is looking for two editorial interns to help us spin ideas, words, and images into stories that matter. One intern will work in the New York office; the other, at our San Francisco headquarters. The term is three months: June, July, and August. And we pay $14 an hour (or school credit). 

tl; dr

MATTER is the flagship publication of Medium, the publishing platform from Ev Williams, the co-founder of Twitter and founder of Blogger. We’re the home for narrative reported journalism about the most pressing, provocative questions and the most interesting figures in the whole world, from science and technology to politics and pop culture. We publish stories that matter.

Interns work on a full time basis (40 hours per week), and will need the permanent legal right to work in the United States (includes TN status).

Must love longform journalism, confirming facts, and chasing ideas down rabbit holes. 

Must read everything on the internet—and the good stuff in print. 

Must have mouthy opinions about what writing you love and hate. 

Must also have digital and/or magazine internship experience. 

Must be in J-School and based in either New York or San Francisco. 

The ideal personality for this role is motivated, independent, enthusiastic, scrappy, digitally-minded, and eager to learn. 

You’ll be working on research projects for writers and editors; due diligence for a story or idea; production tasks; assisting the team with social media; finding and securing book excerpts to publish; fact-checking daily content; and, occasionally, reporting and writing daily content. 

New York City candidates will love our office because: it’s close to Madison Square Park; there are snacks galore, and free Blue Bottle coffee every morning (and afternoon). 

San Francisco candidates will love our office because: you’ll get free lunch three days a week; have access to our nap pods; and you’ll have the option of joining Medium’s regular yoga and meditation sessions. 

Please apply through this link.

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Statehouse Reporter The Lincoln Journal Star is looking for a Statehouse Reporter to join our team of reporters that tells the stories of state government and the people it affects.

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Seeking Nighttime Police/General Assignment Reporter  

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Financial Journalist Financial Journalist – New York or Ft. Lauderdale

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Northern New York Newspapers Corp. is seeking a reporter for The Journal, a twice-weekly publication in Ogdensburg, and Advance-News, its St. Lawrence County-wide Sunday publication. The ideal candidate has at least one year experience reporting for print and online media and bachelor’s degree in journalism, a writing-related field or English. Job responsibilities will include reporting breaking news for the web, covering local government and writing features and community news. Photography and video reporting experience is desired. Candidates must have technological aptitude and reliable transportation. Please send resumes and at least three writing samples to Northern New York Newspapers Managing Editor Elizabeth Lyons at

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Sports Reporter Award-winning newspaper in central Missouri is looking for a full-time
sports reporter for a 5-day a week publication to join the staff of
the Lake Sun. The position requires a journalism or related degree.
Multimedia skills a must. Print design experience a plus.
Competitive salary and benefit package.Candidates should have print,
digital and photography skills. Be familiar with social media
including Twitter and Facebook.

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Graphic Designer 1 POSITION: GRAPHIC DESIGNER I DATE: March 2014

DEPARTMENT: News Graphics JOB CODE: 610126

REPORTS TO: Art Director FLSA: Non-Exempt

ROLE: Conceptualize and execute attractive and effective designs, illustrations and/or graphics for print and digital



1. Design and execute complete news graphics using good graphic arts, typography and interactive skills for print and

digital platforms.

2. Use a variety of graphics and coding programs - including InDesign, Photoshop, Newsgate CCI publication software,

HTML, CSS and Javascript – to prepare paginated pages, art, designs with type, illustrations, maps, charts,

interactive graphics and desined web pages.

3. Work with other news professionals and production department staff to ensure quality.

4. Perform other artistic and technical duties to assist in meeting department and Courant goals.


• College print and/or interactive graphics courses. Graphic design experience or a combination of both (preferably

four-year college degree in fine arts or related field).

• At least one year in area of print or digital publishing.

• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely through words, graphics, typography, use of color, layout and design.

• Strong interpersonal skills.

• Experience with Macintosh computers utilizing InDesign, Flash, Newsgate CCI and Photoshop programs.

• High proficiency in HTML/CSS/Javascript.

• Working knowledge of HTML5, CSS3 and LESS/SASS is a plus.

• Experience with jQuery, agile development and responsive design are a plus.

• Knowledge of the printing process and application of typography.


Care and maintenance of company equipment. Maintain and update templates, fonts and programs.


An organizational chart illustrating the reporting relationships of this position supplied upon request.

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Circulation Director-Houston Area If you are an experienced and progressive CIRCULATION DIRECTOR, the fastest growing local news organization in Texas has the perfect opportunity for you.  Your knowledge of the Houston area is preferable but is not required if you are a fast learner.

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Associate Editor JOB DESCRIPTION:

We give the most comprehensive, timely, and engaging technology buying advice on the planet. We work with a team of more than 80 hot-shot journalists around the world to hunt down the best tech, then we tell our readers and viewers how to incorporate that tech into their lives. We live tech, and then we write and produce compelling, informative product reviews and video shows.

You are: The next big name in consumer tech reviews. As part of an editorial team, you'd be responsible for reviewing and testing PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones, digital imaging, and related accessories, writing technology news and original commentary, creating slideshows, presenting products in videos, and developing buying advice and features.  We're looking for an independent thinker and a creative writer who is passionate about technology and the idea of bringing that passion to others. You should be an expert with Windows PCs, Macs, and Android, and have a keen interest in general consumer technology and tech culture.

Duties/Role Responsibilities: A successful Reviews editor brings passion and creativity to the job every day.

You will:

• Write and pitch consumer tech reviews and appropriate companion content, with a focus on laptops, desktop PCs, tablets, and any related accessories

• Schedule and benchmark products in key product areas, including desktops, laptops, and related hardware categories.

• Troubleshoot testing problems and abnormalities as they arise, working with editors and/or vendors to find a solution.

• Maintain an accurate database of test results and comparison charts for benchmarked products.

• Assist in the development and implementation of new benchmark tests as needed.

• Attend industry events or vendor meetings as directed.

• Assist managing the labs' product inventory to ensure deadlines are met for sending and receiving products.

• Support colleagues across CNET’s Reviews and News divisions with your expertise


• Experience using and writing about consumer technology, specifically with the knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Apple MacOS, and Android ecosystems (please submit clips or links)

• Interest (some might say unhealthy) love of technology and Internet culture and how they're changing the world

• Ability to write clean, compelling copy in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment

• Familiarity with online publishing and a knowledge of basic HTML

• Photography experience a plus

• Detail-oriented, critically minded, naturally curious

• BA/BS or equivalent experience

• Job will be located in our New York City office

• Must successfully pass a background check

EEO Statement    Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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Passionate Writer/Blogger

If you're a savvy writer who knows what people are searching for online, then we're looking for you!

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Audience Engagement Specialist

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WFUV Part-Time News Editor/Anchor/Reporter Reports to News & Public Affairs Director and Assistant News and Public Affairs Director.


    Assist in assigning and editing stories on the news desk.
    Enterprise original content for newscast and other broadcasts.
    Edit copy and vet audio on the news desk.
    Conduct phone interviews and write news stories.
    Produce and anchor afternoon drive newscasts, as assigned.
    Field reporting, as assigned.
    Create stories for the WFUV News webpage.
    Repurpose other broadcast copy for the WFUV News webpage.
    Engage the WFUV audience on Facebook and Twitter by posting stories, promoting broadcast content and sparking conversations.



    Helps develop the news shift schedule.
    Helps plan election night and other special news coverage.
    Provides active support for station fundraisers.
    Helps maintain WFUV standards and uphold FCC station regulations.
    Carries out other news department responsibilities as needed.


    Proficiency in writing radio news copy.
    Strong story editing ability.
    Solid leadership skills, including the ability to take initiative and work independently.
    Strong news sense (ability to flag breaking news and prioritize story agenda).
    Professional, pleasant, conversational on-air presence.
    Solid computer skills: word processing, database and Internet.
    Proficiency in audio editing.
    Strong social media skills.
    Professional phone manner and excellent personal communications skills.
    Ability to take direction and work collaboratively as a team member.
    Ability to work under deadline.
    Familiarity with local issues, daily events and other New York area matters of interest to WFUV listeners.
    Excellent attention to detail and follow-through.

This position is strictly 20 hours per week.  It is set to open in September, but may very well open sooner.

Please send a resume and audio samples to with WFUV EDITOR in the subject line


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Development Associate The International Center for Journalists seeks a talented professional for the position of Development Associate. The Development Associate is an integral part of the individual giving and major gifts programs at the International Center for Journalists, providing high-level support for the development department and reporting directly to the Development Manager. The successful candidate will play a critical role in all fundraising activities, including ICFJ’s annual Awards Dinner, cultivation and stewardship of prospects, written fundraising communications, a new giving program and online fundraising drives. Specific responsibilities include:
  • Provide support for all fundraising events, including the annual Awards Dinner and other promotional events sponsored by ICFJ
  • Maintain the integrity of ICFJ’s donor database and donor files, ensuring timely information capture and accurate records of donor relationships, interests and giving histories
  • Ensure timely gift acknowledgement, maintain and track communications between donors and ICFJ
  • Conduct strategic research and use analysis, trends, technology and communication resources to identify and cultivate  individual, corporate and foundation donors
  • Contribute to developing and implementing effective written communication and marketing strategies to support sustainable giving
  • Implement online campaigns and track their performance
  • Perform other administrative and organizational duties as assigned.

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Knight Visiting News Editor Visiting Assistant Professor/Knight Visiting News Editor

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Assistant Sports Editor The Columbia-Greene Media Sports Department is seeking a full-time assistant sports editor to assist in the daily production of the sports section and cover sporting events for the Register-Star and The Daily Mail newspapers and websites.

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Geneva/WTO Correspondent

Bloomberg BNA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bloomberg and a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information, seeks a freelance reporter in Geneva, Switzerland. This reporter will work primarily as our World Trade Organization beat reporter, as well cover the World Intellectual Property Organization, Swiss national government issues , and other areas as assigned.

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Sacramento Correspondent - Freelance Bloomberg BNA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bloomberg and a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information, seeks a freelance reporter in Sacramento. This reporter will work primarily as our California health care beat reporter, as well as take on backup and overflow assignments from our California staff. Expected workload is around 20 hours per week, but may vary.

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Video Journalist

Self-starting video journalist sought for a growing journalistic non-profit organization. The ideal candidate will have experience pitching, shooting and editing short, compelling videos. Storytelling skills are essential, experience with the editorial process and performance under tight deadlines a plus.

Climate Nexus is a non-profit organization dedicated to changing the conversation on climate and energy in the United States. We work closely with scientists, community representatives, major media outlets and non-profit groups to inform the public about the implications and solutions surrounding climate change.

There is the potential for videos to run on national media platforms and for elements to be picked up by commercial broadcasters, so professional standards must be followed at all times.

Applicants should:

  • Be proficient with Final Cut Pro X or Adobe Premier
  • Have experience with professional video cameras or DSLRs
  • Be able to write concise, engaging video scripts
  • Have a strong interest in environmental topics
  • Have a positive, team-oriented attitude

Applicants should be punctual, professional, experienced with digital video production and have real-world video experience or appropriate training. The ability to meet tight deadlines is a must. Knowledge of climate science is a plus.

Since its founding in 2011, Climate Nexus has drawn upon established and emerging science to personalize and localize the climate and energy story through work with the media, relevant NGOs and other thought leaders. Climate Nexus is a sponsored Project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.

We are an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and links to work samples to

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Seeking Digital Editor The Greenville News and Asheville Citizen-Times are looking for a digital leader who can direct growth of readership and engagement across multiple platforms.

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Agriculture reporter, POLITICO Pro

Agriculture Reporter, POLITICO Pro


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Reporter Location:               NYC
Reports to:           Managing Editor is looking for an enthusiastic journalist to work with its editorial desk ondata-driven projects. Applicants must be skilled storytellers who are capable of quickly finding and analyzing data. The data journalist will join a two-person statistics team that works in all phases of story development. The stats team pitches its own ideas for the website while working with reporters and editors on other projects.

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Web Developer  

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Digital Development Manager  

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General assignment reporter The Killeen Daily Herald, Newspaper of the Year in our classification for the second time in three years,  has a great staff and a strong emphasis on quality writing on local issues. We want to find another fine reporter to cover a variety of assignments.  The successful candidate will be an enterprising writer who can cover government, produce bright, clean features and  a dedication to reporting about the issues of our community and others around us. The Herald is a 16,000 daily and 18,000 Sunday. The position requires a journalism or English degree with 1-3 years’ experience. Basic photography and video skills are a plus. We also will consider a recent graduate with a strong internship background.

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Senior Editor - The Atlantic The Atlantic is seeking a resourceful, entrepreneurial editor to provide the magazine with ambitious, sophisticated, high-impact stories.  The editor will be expected to generate feature-story ideas, match them effectively with writers, and ensure that the resulting stories have depth, integrity, and style.  The editor will also contribute to ongoing efforts to reimagine the magazine, devise new standing features, and create occasional editorial packages.

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Seeking Associate Editor for FierceHealthIT
FierceMarkets, a growing online media company based in Washington, D.C., is seeking a full-time Associate Editor for its health IT newsletters and web sites. This person will be responsible for daily news reporting and editing in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

]]> Sat, 19 Apr 2014 08:06:26 PDT Managing Editor for New Digital Content Brand Covering Deep Interest Verticals Social Trends Media is a new digital media startup brought to you by some of the people behind Bleacher Report, Maker Studios, and several well known independent social media brands, including @HistoryinPics and @EarthPix on Twitter. Our team has a combined 30 years experience creating engaging content for digital and social channels and building audiences that reach into the hundreds of millions. We believe that the world is ready for a new kind of media brand that enriches people’s lives by deepening their understanding of the world around them. We will strive to create meaningful content that our audience will consume and share to further their interests, not because of clickbait headlines and the latest viral tricks. We are building a brand that will focus on publishing meaningful content in deep categories of interest that have global appear, such as science, history, travel, entertainment, and food.  Our mission is to educate and entertain the world through meaningful content. Our founding team includes the creators of @HistoryinPics and @EarthPix, the founder of Bleacher Report, and the former head of strategy and production for Maker Studios. We’ve received seed funding from Dave McClure & 500 Startups, Bilal Zuberi & Lux Capital, and several notable angel investors in the digital content and social media space. We are headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in San Francisco and New York City.

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Reporter/Community Editor Immediate Opening

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Business Reporter The Commercial Appeal is looking for a seasoned business reporter. Show us investigative clips, clear stories that bring meaning to the numbers and breaking news reports. While social media, blogging and video abilities are requisites, we prize solid reporting and writing that stands out in a city with vigorous competition for business news.

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Join an Award Winning Team The Centre Daily Times, a newspaper media company in State College, Pennsylvania, home of Penn State University, is seeking a news reporter who can skillfully tackle a multitude of issues and produce work with accuracy and attention to detail, and who has a desire to dig for the bigger story.

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Seeking driven, efficient reporter The News-Dispatch, a daily newspaper in Michigan City, Ind., is seeking a full-time general assignment reporter. The ideal applicant will be self-motivated and able to quickly and efficiently produce stories and generate his/her own story ideas. The ability to multi-task is a must. We will be looking to fill the position as quickly as possible.

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Editor/ Reporter Editor / Reporter
Chicago, IL
Impremedia is looking for an experienced editor/reporter, fully bilingual with full command of the Spanish language (written and spoken) to participate in company’s weekly publications operations. Based in Chicago and under the supervision of the Editor in Chief of Weekly Publications, the editor/reporter will contribute to the editorial production for newspapers including La Raza (Chicago), Rumbo (Houston), El Mensajero (San Francisco) and La Prensa (Orlando) and will also collaborate with other Impremedia publications and platforms if needed.
As an Editor the ideal candidate prepares news content in a variety of formats (text, photo, video) for print and online. Production of pages for several sections and print editions is one of the main tasks of this position. Should have experience in newsroom environments, have a solid journalism background, be able to work within tight deadlines and have knowledge of content management and pagination software.  May coordinate and interact with other editorial staff.
Also, as a reporter the ideal candidate collects and analyzes information about newsworthy events to write news articles for publication, with focus in Latino and local issues. Receives assignments and/or evaluates news leads and tips to develop story ideas.  Gathers and verifies factual information through interviews, observation and research.  Organizes material, determines emphasis and writes articles according to the prescribed editorial style and formatting standards.  Incorporates social media into the reporting routine.  Takes photographs or shoot video to illustrate stories. 

-Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism or Communications, or significant experience in the field
-3+ years experience in a newsrooms with experience reporting, writing, editing and preparing content and pages
-Bilingual English/Spanish. Fully proficient in Spanish language writing/editing skills is a MUST.
-Solid news judgment and knowledge of style
-Understands issues affecting the Latino community. Good knowledge of Chicago metropolitan area and its issues and institutions is a plus.
-General computing skills (word processing, text editors, photo/video editors, page design software and content management systems)
 -Familiarity with social media tools is a plus

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Seeking copywriter
LocalLabs is seeking a copywriter with two or more years of experience producing website copy.
Must have a knowledge of SEO best practices and have the ability to produce well-rounded content with, at times, limited information. Candidates must also be willing to put in extra time when needed so that deadlines can be met.
This is an exciting opportunity for rapid growth as LocalLabs has partnered with a leading provider of marketing products to small businesses. 
Pay is $20 per piece, averaging 25 pieces per week. 
Interested candidates should apply to using subject line "Copywriter" with:
-samples of related work

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Seeking Executive Editor The Manhattan Mercury, a family-owned daily newspaper in a growing college town in Kansas, is seeking an executive editor. We need a person to lead our entire news, sports, photo and editing staff in the day-to-day creation of an excellent newspaper. The position requires a person who can report, write, edit, design, plan, teach, manage people, work together with other departments, and answer to a publisher who is actively involved. It's a working department-head position. The newsroom staff tends to be young, so there’s often a  lot of teaching and training required. Our focus is heavily local, but Manhattan is home to a Big 12 university and adjacent to a major Army base, so there’s a lot of engagement with the world. We want to make the paper more interesting, lively and relevant, and we believe in the future of the business.

Salary plus bonus. Health insurance, 401K and profit-sharing retirement plans.

The Mercury is affliated with Seaton-family-owned newspapers in the central part of the U.S. and has been locally owned and managed for three generations.

Please provide resume, references, work samples, and letter expressing interest to Ned Seaton, the Mercury's Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, to, or to: The Manhattan Mercury Attn: Ned Seaton P.O. Box 787 Manhattan, KS 66505. The Mercury is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Editor Bloomberg Government is seeking an Online Editor with strong editorial experience, digital production skills and knowledge of the U.S. government to join our web team.

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Senior Editor - Scientific American (Latin Division) Scientific American is looking for a Senior Editor to create, edit, translate, and curate editorial content in Spanish language for Scientific American digital and print products for all scientific topics.

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Business Reporter A leading Washington news organization wishes to hire experienced TV-ready business reporters based in New York and Washington. The men or women who win these positions will already have extensive contacts in Wall Street and corporate America, will have a high level of financial literacy, and will have serious and substantive interest in the way legislative and regulatory action in Washington affects business, commercial and financial activity. This is a chance for top quality business reporters to display their work on a range of high-profile platforms. Applicants will need to have several years of relevant reporting experience. Please email resume, cover letter and salary expectations.

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Senior Editor Senior Editor – Accounting Today

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Seeking experienced food/editorial photographers Feast magazine, a monthly regional culinary publication based in St. Louis, Mo., is seeking experienced editorial photographers and photojournalists throughout the state of Missouri, Southern Illinois and Eastern Kansas for print freelance opportunities.

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Seeking Florida Insiders The Florida Tourism Industry Marketing Corp. dba VISIT FLORIDA is accepting submissions of resumes and work samples for its next season of Florida Insiders. VISIT FLORIDA is looking for diverse and enthusiastic Floridians who know and love Florida, and who can develop content and an online following around their interests. Insider categories will be: Beaches; Family; Outdoors & Nature; Golf; Shopping; Smart Travel; Entertainment & Luxury; Off the Beaten Path; Food & Dining and Diverse Florida. It is important to note that this is a contract position with services needed during Fiscal Year 2014/2015 (July 2014-June 2015). The deadline for submissions is May 2, 2014. For more information, go to:

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Daily Part-Time Reporter Courthouse News Service, a California-based legal news wire service, is seeking a reporter to cover civil court filings in and around Honolulu.  A legal background is not required, but demonstrated interest and ability in writing or journalism is necessary. The job will entail visiting the state and federal court clerk’s offices in downtown Honolulu every weekday afternoon to review and summarize new civil filings, as well as covering several other jurisdictions remotely.  Competitive pay is offered for about 20 hours per week, and some benefits are available.

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Managing editor for boardroom publication Agenda, the leading publication for corporate directors, is seeking a managing editor to continue to drive the growth of its readership and market share.

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Copy editor/page designer The Idaho State Journal in Pocatello, Idaho, seeks a copy editor/page designer who wants to push creative limits and continue our copy desk's tradition of award-winning work. Among the position’s responsibilities are working on the daily newspaper and our many special sections. We're always developing new magazines and niche products, so there's a good chance this position will involve overseeing some of these publications. We seek someone with a passion for newspaper design and a sharp eye for catching mistakes. Also important is a working knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop. The opening is a full-time position – four days a week (10-hour shifts). Among the benefits are a comprehensive medical/dental plan, paid holidays, paid vacation and a 401(k) plan. Pocatello is a city of over 50,000 people in Southeast Idaho that's home to Division I Idaho State University and is within a two- to three-hour drive of both Salt Lake City and Boise. Southeast Idaho offers world-class skiing, hiking, other outdoor activities and a very low cost of living. Email a cover letter, resume and work samples to 

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Courts & Public Safety Reporter The Longmont Times-Call in Longmont Colorado is seeking a public safety and courts reporter.

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Seeking digital journalists, web producers

Aggrego, a media and technology startup in Chicago, is seeking candidates for a community news manager position based in Chicago. Our community news managers oversee local news and other feature-oriented niche websites, where they manage website production, content curation and audience engagement. Community news managers are also in charge of social media and all other aspects of daily management of their sites.


Community news managers are responsible for content placement on community websites, as well as curating new streams of content within a community through social media and other local digital channels and engagement methods. Community news managers are also responsible for using social media to optimize audience reach and engagement with regard to content published to the sites.


Content for which the community news manager is responsible for managing online placement and promotion of include: news, sports, features and nontraditional data-based content, as well as local programmed content the community news manager curates within their assigned community. Community news managers will build and maintain relationships with key groups and individuals in local communities for content submissions and programmed feature collaboration, as well as manage social media strategy for building and maintaining online audience.


Specific responsibilities include:


• Working with community groups and members to facilitate regular content features that highlight groups and individuals within a community

• Building and maintaining relationships with community groups and individuals to assist in receiving and publishing local community content

• Using social media for targeted promotion of content and general audience/network building

• Using Google Analytics to monitor and assess website traffic (in real time and for trend detection) for use in determining optimal content production/curation/promotion

• Assisting with and working on special projects for production and/or promoting company content initiatives


Ideal candidates will have at least a bachelor’s degree and journalism work and/or internship experience, as well as a demonstrated grasp of effective social media use and strategy. To apply, send a resume and relevant social media handles/examples to Put “Community News Manager Application” in the subject line.

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Staff Writer The Indiana Gazette, a family-owned 15,000-circulation p.m. daily located in a beautiful western Pennsylvania college town about 45 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, seeks a talented writer who can deliver hard-hitting news stories and well-crafted features with equal grace. We're looking for a wordsmith who can bring issues home to readers with clarity and impact and who understands that readers crave local news above all else. The successful candidate must be a self-starter who has the ability to work closely with other staffers every day. Knowledge of curating and posting content to the Web and social media platforms is a plus. We're serious about what we do, which shows in our consistently outstanding performance in annual journalism contests (19 awards garnered this spring alone.) We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Mail resume and work samples to The Indiana Gazette, c/o Executive Editor Eric Ebeling, 899 Water St., Indiana, Pa., 15701, or e-mail electronic materials to No phone calls please.

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Seeking versatile reporter     The Meridian Star in east central Mississippi is looking for an energetic reporter to take over our cops and military beats. The position will also require general assignment reporting and covering school board meetings in the Lauderdale County and Meridian public school districts.
    Working hours will be Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., with an hour lunch break daily.
    The Meridian Star is a small daily covering five counties in east Mississippi and two counties in west Alabama. This position will consist largely of covering breaking news, such as fires, wrecks and crime, as well as keeping up with developments at our local military installations that include NAS Meridian and the Mississippi Air National Guard's 186th Air Refueling Wing.
    Assignments cross all beats here, however, and the successful applicant will possess the ability to craft feature and hard news stories on a wide range of topics.
    The ability to shoot photographs is a plus.
    Please send a resume, references and at least three writing samples to The Meridian Star editor Michael Stewart at

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Copy editor/page designer Wonder what it's like to finish your shift and walk out the office door under the aurora borealis? Want to drive by some moose on your way to work? Love to go fishing or hiking or skiing or... you get the idea. There's lots to do in the Last Frontier.

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Seeking a Game & Fish Online Editorial Assistant  

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Seeking part-time reporter
News organization immediately seeks a part-time reporter. Our remote news desk provides a wide variety of features content, including business, real estate and sports stories, to clients across the U.S. 
Assignments generally fall in the 150-300 word range and may require one interview. This is a non-enterprise position, as we provide assignments and contact information.
This W2 position starts at 15 hours per week, with growth potential. Pay is $12/hourly, plus performance bonus.
- Journalism, English or communications degree
- Proven written communications skills
- Strong knowledge of AP Style
- Access to Skype
- Reliable Internet access and dependable computer
- Familiarity with VoIP and recording interviews
- Ability to commit to a daily 3- to 4-hour shift (weekend and night shifts may also be available)
Interested candidates should apply to with:
-three clips
-shift availability

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Sports Reporter The Sports Reporter will report and produce sports stories for various platforms, and act as a statewide expert and discussion leader on high-value topics. The Sports Reporter will be focused on meeting audience demand for immediacy, depth and engagement.

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Multimedia Reporter Multimedia Reporter at

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Religion/General Assignment Newspaper Reporter

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Reporter - Defense One Defense One seeks a highly-motivated Washington reporter to cover the politics of national security. This job will focus on the political themes and battles governing U.S. national security and defense decision-making. The successful candidate must possess a high level of political dexterity, deft knowledge of Washington’s defense and national security machine, and a desire to meld them both. The politics reporter will write magazine-quality analysis, as well as daily spot-news items and occasional long-form features. They should expect to spend each day out on the beat at the Pentagon, Capitol Hill and the White House. Additionally, the political reporter will lead Defense One’s coverage of national security issues during the midterm and presidential campaigns, including assisting Defense One editors in soliciting and managing op-ed contributions.

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Montana Public Radio News Director, Broadcast Media Center (909-254) Montana Public Radio News Director, Broadcast Media Center (909-254)

Montana Public Radio (MTPR) invites applications for an energetic and experienced leader for its award-winning news department. The station has a 49 year history of journalism and produces four hours of local news content each week. MTPR is located at the University of Montana in the beautiful, friendly, northern Rockies city of Missoula. As MTPR’s top news authority, the News Director (ND) uses the highest ethical, editorial, artistic and technical standards to set the station’s news policy and maintain journalistic integrity across all station platforms.

As primary news editor, the ND position duties include, but are not limited to:
• Directs the activities of a multiple-person news staff by developing diverse story ideas, tracking issues and events, maintaining source contacts, assigning reporters for coverage and scheduling time for script edits.
• Contributes original content on a regular basis.
• Supervises production, broadcast and online posting of all news and public affairs content for MTPR using professional standards for writing, audio, video and still photography.
• Encourages innovation in techniques and information systems used to gather, produce and present the news.
• Acts as an advocate and a liaison to internal and external constituencies, including NPR, to advance the station’s news content.
• Participates in station events and fundraising activities as appropriate.
• Sets goals and monitors the scheduling and performance of news personnel.
• Recruits, hires, trains, evaluates and disciplines news personnel, ensuring that their work and behavior is at all times ethical and professional.
• Establishes and develops relationships and content sharing with other media outlets and journalists.
• Serves as mentor and trainer to employed students from the School of Journalism.

MTPR is a public service of the University of Montana in Missoula. The ND is a member of the UM Broadcast Media Center (BMC) senior leadership who report to the BMC Director, and works collaboratively with Programming, Technical, Production and Development leaders to create and implement a collective vision and strategic direction for MTPR and the BMC.

TO APPLY visit the UM Jobs website at to review full position description, job qualifications, and apply online. Candidates will be asked to submit the following application materials: letter of interest; detailed resume; work samples including three recorded work samples, three examples of writing, and links to website postings (in one of the following formats: doc, xls, txt, rtf, pdf, gif, jpg, htm, html); and three (3) professional references. For full consideration, submit materials by April 28, 2014.

UM is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with an eye on creating success for every employee by appreciating the uniqueness that each person brings to the workplace. UM strongly encourages applications from qualified women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities. This position is eligible for veterans' preference in accordance with Montana State Law.

ADA/EOE/AA/Veteran's Preference Employer

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Executive Director of ThreeSixty Journalism Job Summary

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Can you handle it? Do you have an eye for page design? Are you proficient with InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and the other tools of the trade? Can you turn a few photos and related stories into a front page that grabs the attention from afar and demands to be consumed? Looking for a position where each day's new challenge gives you an opportunity to make a real and visible difference in a newsroom? Looking for the fast pace of daily deadlines and a variety of product types? We're an award-winning, six-day daily newspaper in Southeast Virginia ready to implement a redesign and eager to help you make a splash. You'll get an unparalleled breadth of experience here. CAN YOU HANDLE IT? Think so? Then email a rsum and sample pages to

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Technology Journalist/Writer

Technology Journalist/Writer

ClearDATA is seeking an experienced journalist/writer responsible for the creation of technology-focused content that will engage, educate, and inform healthcare IT leaders on topics such as cloud-computing, security, compliance and more.

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Come join our copy desk The Midland Reporter-Telegram is accepting résumés for a full-time copy editor/page designer position on our universal desk. The right candidate should have a knack for grammar, punctuation and Associated Press style but also can find inconsistencies in stories and isn’t afraid to ask questions. He or she also should have an eye for page design.
This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to make a difference in the newspaper industry and who wants to perfect his or her craft at copy editing and page design.
A bachelor’s degree in journalism or English, two years of editing experience, InDesign or Quark knowledge and proficiency in AP style are preferred. Recent college graduates and those who are graduating soon are encouraged to apply. Time on a universal desk and experience editing sports copy are pluses.
Midland is a West Texas city of more than 110,000 people and growing that sits at the heart of the region's booming oil patch. Known as the Tall City, Midland offers an excellent quality of life.
The Reporter-Telegram is part of Hearst Corp. and offers a competitive salary and benefits.
If you are interested in our copy editor/page designer position, please email a cover letter, résumé, your best design samples and three references in PDF or Word format to Trevor Hawes, Assistant Managing Editor of Production and Design, at You can also mail a hard copy submission to Midland Reporter-Telegram, Attn.: Trevor Hawes, 201 E. Illinois Ave., Midland, TX 79701.

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National News Assignment Editor Position Summary-

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Advertising Sales
The Lodi New-Sentinel has an immediate need to fill an outside advertising sales position.  We are a family-owned company located in the Central Valley of California.  Our newspaper offers base pay plus commission, health and other benefits.  
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to:
Tracy Kelley, Advertising Director
c/o The Lodi News-Sentinel
125 N Church Street
Lodi, CA   95240
or via e-mail to

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Crime/Courts/Government Reporter The Casper Star-Tribune, Wyoming’s largest news organization, is seeking a talented criminal justice reporter with high expectations to join our reporting team. Coverage will focus on crime/courts and county government and include breaking news, enterprise and investigative reporting. Online reporting are a must here, so evidence of in-depth storytelling and multimedia skills (including records requests and database management) will put you ahead of the field.

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Make your Voice heard The Voice is an award-winning weekly section in The State Journal-Register written by teenagers living in central Illinois. Under the guidance of professional journalists, students ages 13-18 conduct interviews, write articles and columns, shoot photographs and create illustrations for publication in print and online on topics of interest primarily to other teens, but also to the community at large. The two-page section appears Tuesdays during the school year (August-May) in The State Journal-Register.

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Seeking sports/general assignment star  

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