Monthly Archives: July 2014
John Faulkner seeks position as reporter or sports editor. " Has been known to break news around the clock via twitter and blog."
Alexa Ard and Nicole Skow of the University of Nevada, Joseph Trezza of the University of Missouri and Chris Heady of the University of Nebraska are the winners of this year's $1,500 APSE scholarships.
By Johanna Huybers Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal Jaw drops are my specialty. Granted, they’re more subdued than on-the-floor jaw drops. And it’s usually from my prodding. And admitted...
The Seymour (Ind.) Tribune, circulation 5,500, is seeking a sports editor who can "with original story and presentation ideas that connect with the reader and take our sports section to the next level."
The job description for the Buffalo News' next Bills beat reporter: "Break news online, produce unique content for our BN Blitz app, turn a gamer into poetry, find daily enterprise that gives fans new insights and write magazine pieces that tell the bigger story."
Judging will take place Saturday, Feb. 7 to Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 at the Doubletree Suites by Hilton Orlando in the Walt Disney World Resort.
StarNews sports editor Dan Spears' vision for this job: "We want a designer with deadline daily newspaper experience to help our writers continue to improve their ability to think about a story visually. We regularly win writing awards in state and national contests; now we want the visuals to match."
The Richmond Times-Dispatch is seeking an editor to lead its award-winning Sports team and direct content across the print, digital and social spectrums.
The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Journal Gazette has an immediate opening for a college beat reporter to be the lead reporter for Indiana and Purdue football and Purdue basketball. The reporter will also help cover high schools and a Low-A minor league baseball team.
The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Journal Gazette seeks an assistant sports editor to run the desk nightly, work with reporters to strengthen writing/reporting and help lead its coverage that includes Notre Dame, Indiana, Purdue and about 50 high schools.
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