May 31, 2012

Part-time copy editor job @ NYC newspaper

The Queens Courier, a 150,000-circulation weekly newspaper in New York City, is looking for a part-time (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) copy editor.

The position affords flexible hours and is based on Bayside, Queens. Experience with newspaper writing a plus. MUST KNOW AP STYLE.

Email editorial@queenscourier.com if interested.

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May 17, 2012

Paid summer internship to report on the business of Wall Street

InvestmentWires.com is seeking interns who want to learn the Wall Street beat.

We are a small trade publisher whose readers are the leaders of the mutual fund and 401(k) businesses. We want to teach interns who are eager to learn the ins and outs of business reporting and the financial services business.

You'll have an opportunity to write, work on our research projects and help with our events.

Ability to write and write quickly is a must. Familiarity with databases and Web design is an edge.

This is a paid internship for the summer. To apply, email jobs@investmentwires.com.

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April 6, 2012

Hamptons newspaper seeks entry-level reporter or paid intern

Long Island Jewish World, a weekly independent newspaper is looking for energetic, inquisitive feature writer to cover stories in the Hamptons and North Fork. Must have car and be able to take photographs. Knowledge of Jewish community helpful. Talented college students may apply. Salary negotiable and based on experience. Email lijeworld@aol.com.

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Reporter job opening @ Long Island weekly newspaper

Anton Community Newspapers, an 18-paper weekly newspaper group based in Mineola, Long Island, is seeking an editor/reporter. This full-time position requires strong news writing, copy editing and organizational skills and the ability to report on everything from breaking spot news and investigating hard-news features to covering community events and meetings. We offer health benefits and a 401k plan. Please email resume and salary requirements to Managing Editor Cary Seaman at cseaman[at]antonnews.com with "resume" typed in the subject area.

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Entry-level reporter job @ SmartMoney magazine in NYC

SmartMoney, an 812,000-circulation monthly magazine about personal finance, is offering a long-term paid internship to assist editors and reporters. Position is based in New York City.

Duties include research and fact-checking along with some reporting and writing, including byline opportunities. College degree required. Journalism background and interest in business/finance highly encouraged. Penchant for detail and ability to work effectively on deadline important. Paid hourly rate commensurate with experience.

To apply, send resumes to julie.allen[at]dowjones.com.

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April 4, 2012

TV reporter job opening near Chicago

Naperville Community Television (Channel 17), a TV station in the western suburbs of Chicago, is looking for a part-time news reporter for its weekly newscast.

The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of professional experience. The News Reporter needs to have the following skill sets:
1. Prior television news experience
2. Strong Technical skills -- must be able to shoot and edit (FCP) own work
3. Strong writing skills
4. Story telling skills
5. Organization and task management
6. Good presentation both on and off the camera

Local candidates preferred. No allowance for re-location.

Interested parties should submit a cover letter, work sample (via web) and resume to kwebb@nctv17.com. Please put job title in subject line. No phone calls.

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Fellowship for young U.S. and Austrian journalists

U.S. and Austrian journalists ages 21-38 can apply for a 7-week all-expenses paid fellowship which gives up to 6 journalists an opportunity to report from and travel in each other's countries.

The U.S.-Austrian Journalism Exchange Fellowships includes international and domestic travel expenses, living expenses, insurance costs, transportation allowances and a stipend.

After receiving a joint orientation session in Washington, D.C, the American fellows travel to Vienna and the Austrian journalists begin their fellowship in Florida at the GOP National Convention to report for their home media organizations. For six weeks, fellows will work at host newspapers, magazines, and radio and television stations under the supervision of an editor. The program ends with all fellows reuniting in Vienna for a reception and final program evaluation.

Print, broadcast and freelance journalists are eligible, provided they have at least three years of experience and a strong interest in U.S.‑European affairs. Foreign language proficiency is not required, but is preferred.

Deadline to apply is May 6. For more information, click here.

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Maine online newspaper hiring entry-level reporter

TheMaineWire.com, a conservative-leaning online news service based in Portland, Maine, is hiring a full-time reporter.

Must be able to produce stories under pressure on a daily basis. Must be familiar with Maine state politics and government. Opportunity for advancement, very good pay. Experience preferred, but will consider hard-working candidates with good writing skills. Familiarity with social media a plus. While reporters are being laid off every day, we are the only Maine media outlet that is hiring full-time reporters for long-term employment!

Email resume, cover letter, writing samples to Lance Dutson at lance@mainepolicy.org. No phone calls.

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BBC offering journalism apprenticeships in Scotland

The BBC seeks applicants for its 2013 apprenticeship program based in Glasgow.

The apprentices will receive $14,397 (or UK£9,000) to work with the BBC, STV and independent production companies for one year making radio, TV and online content for all kinds of output and programs.

Duties include administrative support and office duties, as well essential tasks like taking tapes and equipment from one location to another. Possible tasks include booking travel, arranging meetings, helping to make content and more.

Deadline to apply April 13. Click here for more info.

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Paid summer internship @ Entertainment Weekly in L.A.

EW's Los Angeles bureau is offering a full-time editorial internship starting mid-May. The position pays $10/hour and will last three months. You must be able to work at least 30 hours per week. In addition to office duties such as transcribing, interns will have the opportunity to write for the magazine and its website, EW.com. We're located at 11766 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles.

You must be heading into your junior or senior year, or have graduated within the last two years. Graduate students are also welcome to apply. Applicants should e-mail a cover letter, resume, and three published clips to john_young[at]ew.com. The deadline to apply is Monday, April 16.

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March 23, 2012

Paid summer journalism internship @ longform reporting organization

I’m looking for lovers of longform for a summer-long reporting experiment in the Midwest. You’ll be working with Stry [pronounced STOHR-ee], a new reporting agency that’s trying to take a snapshot of life in 2012.

I’m looking for reporters who love to listen, who stay persistent on new beats, and who just can’t get enough of stories.

The job is for three months this summer. Money, food and shelter are included. You’ll need to find your way to the Ozarks, too.

If you’re curious, send three things to dan@stry.us:
1. Your résumé
2. Your online portfolio
3. Two links to awesome stories you’ve read this month

I don’t care what type of stories you specialize in. If you love stories, and you want to be a part of big experiment in storytelling, I want to see your stuff.

No cover letters, please. If I like you, we’ll talk.

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March 20, 2012

Entry-level science journalism job @ Nature Medicine in NYC

Nature Medicine, an international biomedical journal, is offering a 6-month, full-time, paid science writing internship. Position starts in May and is based in New York City.

The intern will be closely involved in the editorial process and write news articles and briefs. This is not a paper-pushing internship! The person selected for the position will be reporting stories and working on editorial content full-time, including the blog.

Applicants should have completed one year in a graduate program in journalism or have equivalent work experience in journalism. Additionally, a strong understanding of biology and current issues in medicine is required.

By April 2, 2012, send an email to r.khamsi[at]us.nature.com with "Nature Medicine news internship" in the subject line and include 1) a cover letter, 2) your resume and 3) three published writing clips.

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Paid summer journalism internship @ Ohio newspaper

The Lima News, a 33,000-circulation daily newsaper in West Central Ohio, is offering a 12-week paid summer internship for general assignment print and on-line reporting.

The candidate will receive the opportunity to gain experience in all areas of the newsroom, including news, features, sports and on-line reporting. This person should be a self-starter with a passion for journalism and the desire to learn and improve. A commitment to fairness and accuracy is essential. Experience working on your college newspaper is a plus.

The deadline for applications is March 31. Send resume, cover letter and 5 to 10 writing/reporting samples to: Diane Pacetti, Managing, Editor, The Lima News, 3515 Elida Road, Lima, Ohio, 45807. Or email: dpacetti[at]limanews.com

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Entry-level reporting job @ U.S. News & World Report

The News & Opinion section at U.S.News & World Report is seeking college graduates with backgrounds in writing and Web production for one-year internships. The duties of these full-time (37.5 hours a week), hourly paid positions include:

• Researching and writing stories for the News section, including the Opinion and Whispers sections
• Assisting with the production of Web packages that include stories, charts, slide shows, photo galleries, and other elements
• Writing and editing SEO-oriented headlines
• Helping to develop social media efforts for the section
• Assisting with tracking traffic, keywords, and other online trends on major portals and other sites
• Coordinating with outside writers and contributors to generate content for the section

Requirements:
• A firm grasp of current events and strong news judgment
• Strong research and writing skills
• The ability to work on deadlines in a journalistic environment and manage several tasks and projects simultaneously
• Strong communication and organizational skills
• A demonstrated understanding of social media and ability to effectively promote U.S. News content on social media networks
• Working knowledge of HTML and Web production. Familiarity with content management systems
• Knowledge of SEO best practices and online analytics reporting via Google Analytics or Omniture is a plus
• Knowledge of image-editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop, is a plus

Applicants must provide 2-3 references and 3 writing clips in addition to résumé and cover letter. Please send all materials to tsmart[ay]usnews.com and include the phrase “News & Opinion intern” in the subject field.

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Entry-level reporting job @ the Youngstown Vindicator

The Youngstown (OH) Vindicator, a daily newspaper in eastern Ohio with 52,000 readers in print and 30,000 online, is looking for one-year reporting interns for news.

This will be an assigned beat where you will be expected to generate daily and enterprise work for print and for online. Business, government, investigative and human interest stories are all part of thie mix, as is Twitter, Facebook and live reporting to our web site. You must be eager to make an impact. If you're a creative, driven journalist looking for a great place to launch a career, give us a shout.

THIS IS FOR GRADUATES WHO CAN COMMIT TO ONE YEAR. This is not for summer interns.
Here's how you apply: Email us a resume, 8 clips and the email addresses of 3 professional references. Email to Editor Todd Franko: tfranko[at]vindy.com.

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March 15, 2012

$2,000 prize for best reporting by college student

The Robert Novak Collegiate Journalism Award recognizes excellence in collegiate reporting in which the student's work demonstrates an understanding of the basic ideas that support a free society, including freedom of the press, freedom of speech and free-market economic principles. The top prize is worth $2,000. Deadline to apply is April 15. Click here for more info and to apply.

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March 12, 2012

Paid political journalism internships in D.C.

Congressional Quarterly, which publishes a variety of newspapers, magazines, books and websites related to political news, is seeking editorial interns year-round.

Congressional Quarterly’s internship program offers an exciting opportunity to work in a fast-paced news organization in Washington, D.C. CQ treats its interns like entry-level staff members -- they don’t make copies, fetch coffee or answer phones. Interns work closely with CQ’s editors and reporters and have the opportunity to write stories and obtain clips that will help advance their careers. Several past interns have come back to CQ as staff members.

CQ’s internship program is competitive. Interns generally come to CQ with a profound interest, and at least some experience, in journalism and/or government. Preference is given to juniors and seniors in college, as well as to graduate students.

CQ interns may perform a number of tasks, from covering committee markups and hearings, to attending policy events around town, to conducting legislative research. Past interns have worked with CQ’s specialty publications, including CQ HealthBeat and CQ Homeland Security, as well as with CQPolitics.com. During certain times of the year, interns may work with the team that publishes the biennial Politics in America, which includes information on each member of Congress. CQ also accepts interns for the online and multimedia teams, legislative tracking team, copy desk, and other departments, based on the skills of the applicant.

Summer interns typically work full-time, while interns during the Spring and Fall semesters typically work two to three full days a week. Many interns receive credit from their colleges and universities, depending on the rules of their institution.  We offer competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package that includes a 401(k) plan, extended vacation, health insurance, and bonus schemes that recognize and reward individual and team performance.

In addition to their duties, interns meet CQ staff members from various departments, including several “brown bag” lunches during the summer. Interns will also make at least one trip to Capitol Hill with one of CQ’s reporters, who will show them the ropes and help them navigate the Capitol complex.

Application Process:

Applicants for internships should submit a resume and may be asked to submit at least two writing samples to the hiring manager upon request. In 200 words or fewer, please tell us about an interesting experience or difficult decision you’ve faced while reporting. Use the notes section of this application.

Before obtaining an internship, qualifying candidates will be given an interview and a writing test.

Applicants for summer internships must apply by January 31, and decisions will be made by early- to mid-April. Spring applicants should apply by November 1 of the preceding year. Fall applicants should apply no later than July 31.

Email resume and requirements to: jobs@cqrollcall.com

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March 9, 2012

Paid journalism internship @ BuzzFeed in NYC

BuzzFeed, a news site that focuses on what's trending online and receives 25 million visitors per month, is offering a full-time paid editorial internship in its Manhattan office.

The person will work closely with editors of the soon-to-launch women's interest vertical. The ideal candidate will have some experience writing, reporting, and researching at a previous internship or school newspaper. The intern will work with BuzzFeed editors on content creation and research. This is an excellent opportunity to see the creation of a new blog from the ground up and add clips to a portfolio.

Responsibilities: Perform photo or other research as assigned by editors of the women's interest vertical. Transcribe interviews. Write short posts. Longer stories may be assigned depending on the intern's interests and journalistic ability. Pitch ideas in editorial meetings. Take notes in editorial meetings. May be asked to update the editorial calendar or perform other light administrative duties.

Requirements: Previous experience in an editorial role at a school newspaper, or other internship at a magazine or website. Some blogging experience a plus. Overall eagerness and enthusiasm. Comfort with the fast pace of internet publishing.

To Apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and three clips to Lauren Lipsay at lauren[at]buzzfeed.com

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March 8, 2012

Foreign affairs publication seeks contributing writers

RETORT, a bimonthly publication of foreign affairs, is always seeking gifted writers. Applicants must demonstrate dedication to the principles of the magazine. Undergraduates, graduate students and professionals welcome to apply. Pay ranges from $10 to $75 per article.

RETORT seeks to reexamine the role of militarism in American foreign policy. While a libertarian publication, writers and readers alike from the left, right and center who agree with our goals are encouraged to participate. Peace and diplomacy are in desperate need of advocates in this day and age of perpetual war. Help us RETORT the tripe that dominates the media, public discourse, think tanks and the upper echelons of government.

For more info, email retortmag@gmail.com

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The Connecticut Review seeks submissions

The Connecticut Review, published under the auspices of the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut State University, invites submissions of poetry, literary plays, short fiction, translations, creative nonfiction, essays, interviews, academic articles of general interest, artwork, and photography. Contact Jian-Zhong Lin at linjz[at]easternct.edu. For more info, visit http://www.ct.edu/ctreview/submissions

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Paid summer reporting internship @ NY Times website

A paid summer internship is available writing for The Local East Village, a website of The New York Times.

A collaboration between The Times and New York University, this online news site seeks reporters that are eager to produce lively, engaging, and timely stories about the East Village neighborhood in Manhattan.

The position runs from May 14 to Sept. 1 and pays $500 per week. You will act as a news runner daily from the hours of 9 p.m. till 6 p.m. You’ll be on call at 20 Cooper Square to report stories as assigned by The Local's editor, a visiting professor at NYU's Arthur L. Carter Institute; you'll also be working closely with the site's full-time on-staff reporter.

Applicants must have proven experience in the field of journalism and a deep respect for the tenets of the craft. Graduate journalism students (including those outside of NYU) will be considered so long as they are exceptional writers with a proven track record.

For more info and to apply, visit http://bit.ly/fhGH0j  and click on "Summer Intern at NY Times / NYU - The Local East Village (Journalism Internship)"

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Freelance reporter wanted @ The Bethelehem Press in PA

The Bethlehem Press, a 10,000-circulation weekly newspaper near Allentown, Pa., seeks a freelance reporter to cover municipal meetings. Must have a journalism background (course work or experience) and a working knowledge of local governing bodies. Digital camera and photo skills a plus. Must live in immediate Bethlehem area. Send letter of interest and resume to George Taylor, The Bethlehem Press, 308 East Third Street, Bethlehem PA 18015 or to gtaylor@tnonline.com.

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March 7, 2012

Tweet today on why #JournalismMatters to win an iPad

Your tweet today on "why journalism matters" could you win you a free iPad.

In 140 characters or less, explain why journalism matters - for democracy, personal and social freedom or for any other reason. Submit tweets with hashtag #JournalismMatters by March 7.

The contest is being sponsored by the National Press Foundation. Winner receives a 16GB WiFi iPad.

For more information, click here.

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March 6, 2012

Trainee reporter job at The Guardian in UK

The Guardian, a 230,000-circulation daily newspaper in the United Kingdom, and Independent Series are looking for a junior reporter to join its editorial team to conduct interviews and write/upload stories to the web.

Applicants must have a pre-entry certificate or equivalent in print journalism. The position benefits include paid holidays.

By March 7, submit a resume and cover letter stating salary requirements to Charlie Stong, Deputy Group Editor, at cstong@london.newsquest.co.uk. In your application, reference HR01/668.

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All-expenses paid online journalism conference for college students in San Fran

Students, are you looking for a great opportunity to cover digital media and learn from top leaders in the industry? Apply to be a part of the all-expenses-paid ONA12 Student Newsroom at the Online News Association’s annual conference, Sept. 20-22, in San Francisco.

This year, two spots are reserved for international students to encourage journalists abroad to participate.

Applications are now open — click here for more info and to apply. Application deadline is 6 p.m. PT, March 29.

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Entry-level writer wanted for women's website

The Jane Dough, a website providing news, insight and commentary on women in the business world, is seeking applicants for an entry-level writing position in its New York City newsroom. The ideal candidate is a recent college grad or career-changer looking for hands-on writing experience at a news startup.

The main qualification for this job is an interest and some strong opinions about the intersections of women and business and women and politics. Do you devour Forbes' list of the most powerful women, but wonder why more ladies aren't featured on Forbes "regular" most powerful lists? Are you ticked off by the fact that more women aren't founding as many tech startups and aren't making as money much on Wall Street? Would you like to opine on the latest words uttered by Arianna Huffington, Sheryl Sandberg or Indra Nooyi? Sounds like you'll fit right in.

The secondary qualification is being able to write quickly and clearly on topics that you yourself think up/discover through the news cycle.

We'll ask you to scour the web, the airwaves, and the pages of print publications for striking and original stories that highlight and raise questions about women in business or politics through the female prism.
In exchange, we promise you'll earn many, many bylines.

The logistics:

• Applicant must be able to commute to our SoHo offices daily (or willing to relocate).
• This is a full-time position.
• Must be willing to work some weekend hours.

How to apply:
If interested, please attach ALL of the following documents to your application email to amy[at]thejanedough.com:
• A resume/CV, including references
• Any three samples of your academic or journalistic writing, each preferably in a different style (long-form vs. short-form, magazine vs. blog, etc.)
• A brief (one-page) cover letter explaining why your experience, knowledge, and personality make you the ideal intern for our site.

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March 2, 2012

Paid journalism internships @ Salt Lake Deseret News

The Deseret News, a 70,000 circulation daily newspaper in Salt Lake City, Utah, is offering paid journalism internships.

Some internships are full-time (40 hours a week); some 16- to 24-hour part-time internships also are available and may include flexibility to work around class schedules. Each pays $8 an hour. Applicants are welcome to apply with more than one department. Specific information for departments offering internships follows:
  • NEW MEDIA: Formatting and generating content for deseretnews.com and associated websites. Aptitude for website design and development helpful. Full-time and part-time internships.

  • LOCAL NEWS: Reporting on police, courts, business, communities, schools, politics, human services, general news stories. Full- or part-time interns.

  • MORMON TIMES & FEATURES: News and information for and about members of the LDS Church, plus general-interest arts, entertainment, lifestyles, home and garden, crafts, family issues, food and leisure. Work includes writing and managing online content. Full- or part-time internships.

  • CHURCH NEWS (an official publication of the LDS Church): news and information for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Full-time internship.

  • BUSINESS: Reporting on local and national business topics including innovation, entrepreneurship, money & politics, career, technology and financial responsibility. Prefer background with finance/accounting/economics.
Intern applications are due in our office by Saturday, March 10. They can be sent to Rachel Sterzer, Deseret News, 55 N. 300 W., Salt Lake City, UT 84101, or e-mailed to rsterzer[at]desnews.com. We will conduct interviews in our offices on Saturday morning, March 24

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March 1, 2012

Entry-level production assistant jobs for national talk show

The Trisha Show, a new nationally syndicated talk show, is hiring several Production Assistants to assist its Producers and Associate Producers with all aspects of production. Positions are based in Stamford, Conn.

Duties: Work with guests who will appear on the show while they are in town for taping; involvement in all show day procedures; books guests to appear on the show when necessary.

Basic Qualifications: Minimum 6 months TV experience with a talk show, news or court program, or other relevant experience (including internships); proficiency in Microsoft Office and the internet; bachelor's degree.

About the show: As a conflict-resolution expert, Trisha Goddard will help everyday people and their families navigate the tough issues they are struggling to overcome. Her show will cover topics important to women everywhere with a unique approach--straight talk with a no-excuses mentality.

To apply,submit your resume/CV and cover letter to position # 4725BR at www.nbcunicareers.com.

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Huffington Post hiring citizen journalists to cover presidential election

Huffington Post, one of the most visited news sites in the U.S., is hiring citizen journalists to cover the Republican and Democratic conventions.

Editors will pay 24 citizen journalists from the U.S. and Canada to cover the Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida in August and the Democratic Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina in September. The winners will get official credentials, airfare, hotel accommodation for five nights and a basic per diem.

By March 8, submit an embeddable video explaining why they should choose you, what you would cover and which medium (or mix of them) you would use. Send the video to offthebus[AT]huffingtonpost.com.

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CNN hiring journalism graduate students for entry-level trainee program

Graduate students studying broadcasting or journalism students can apply for CNN's entry level training program.

The CNN's Newsgathering Master Fellowship gives young journalists the opportunity to perform the duties of an assignment editor/producer in the newsgathering operation of CNN’s Washington, D.C. bureau. Fellows also receive mentoring.

Assignment editors participate in the planning and execution of news coverage. They do extensive research, screen tape and assist in the shooting and editing of stories. Producers cover events, write stories for the CNNWire and CNN.com and produce packages for air.

They will also be mentored by some of the most talented producers and correspondents working at CNN today.

For more information, click here and search for position #129607BR or "Summer 2012 Intern - CNN Newsgathering Master Fellowship".

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Tweet on "why journalism matters" for a chance to win an iPad

Your tweet on "why journalism matters" could you win you a free iPad.

In 140 characters or less, explain why journalism matters - for democracy, personal and social freedom or for any other reason. Submit tweets with hashtag #JournalismMatters by March 7.

The contest is being sponsored by the National Press Foundation. Winner receives a 16GB WiFi iPad.

For more information, click here.

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UN reporting fellowship for young journalists from developing nations

Young journalists from developing nations can apply for the Dag Hammarskjöld Scholarship Fund.

Fellows are based in New York for about 10 weeks and report on United Nations’ proceedings for news media in their home countries.

Applicants must be full-time, professional journalists between 25 and 35 years old, be employed by a recognized print, radio, television, or internet media organization, and have a good working knowledge of English. Additionally, applicants must come from a developing nation in Africa, Asia, South America or the Caribbean. Applications will not be accepted from the countries of 2011 fellows: China, Ethiopia, India and Nigeria. Fellows must be able to take a leave of absence of up to two months.

The fellowship will provide: round-trip airfare to New York; accommodations; health insurance for the duration of the fellowship, and a daily allowance to cover food and other necessities.

Deadline to apply is March 30. For more info, click here.

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February 28, 2012

Paid summer positions @ NYC conference on digital media, broadcast & journalism

LeadAmerica is looking for upper level undergraduates, graduates and working professionals with free time in the summer to work at its "2012 Digital Media, Broadcast, and Journalism Conference" in New York City.

The July conference offers high school students hands-on topic specific simulations, field trips to the New York Times and other places, briefings with expert journalists, and a truly experiential collegiate learning environment. Other conferences on other topics at other locations are offered as well. Job openings and paid internships available include: Program Director, Program Coordinator, Team Leader, Operations Director, Operations Coordinator, Alumni Intern.

Compensation includes travel to and from the mandatory staff training and to the conference venue assignment(s) within the continental United States. Housing, most meals, cell phone allowance, airline baggage fee reimbursement (for the first bag) and a modest monetary stipend for each session worked are also included. Staff members typically work three or four sessions ranging from 5-10 days in length.

Apply online at the following link:
http://www.lead-america.org/employment/applyonline.asp

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Paid summer internship @ Harvard's journalism think tank & magazine

Two paid summer journalism internships are available at the Nieman Journalism Lab, which is basically a think tank devoted to the future of journalism that's affiliated with Harvard University. It also publishes a magazine.

Hurry, the deadline to apply is this Friday, March 2.

Internship is 35 hours per week, runs 10-12 weeks, pays $13.75 an hour and is based in Cambridge, Mass. (right next to Boston). There’s no restriction on age or experience, but the internship is ideal for current j-school grad students or recent graduates.

"This isn’t a busy-work internship; we can all get our own coffee, thanks," the internship ad states. "Along with coming up with story ideas and seeing them through, our interns will share in the work we do on social media, like helping run our Twitter account, along with working on whatever other interesting projects we come up with. It’ll be a great experience."

Click here for more details about the internship and instructions on how to apply.

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February 27, 2012

MBA Scholarships for Journalists at University of Cambridge in UK

Cambridge Judge Business School is offering a scholarship to a new intake who works in the media industry and is applying to start a Cambridge MBA in September 2012. You must first apply the MBA admission before sending applying for the scholarship.

Value of Scholarship: £10,000 towards the cost of the MBA fees.

Eligibility: You need to have a deep understanding of the changes in the industry. This may have been gained as a journalist, but applications will also be considered from candidates who work in the creative or financial side of media.

How to Apply: If you have been offered a place in the MBA programme, then send the MBA admission an email with a one page essay explaining your suitability for the Media.

Deadline: April 20, 2012.

For more information, and to apply, click here.

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Bergen County Record hiring several reporters

The Bergen County Record, a 150,000-circulation daily newspaper in northern New Jersey, is hiring reporters:
To apply, email cover letter, resume, and your five best clips to Deirdre Sykes, sykes[at]northjersey.com.

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February 26, 2012

Paid spring journalism internship @ Inc. magazine in San Francisco

Inc., a 690,000-circulation monthly magazine that focuses on growing companies, is offering a paid journalism internship working on the magazine's website.

This is a full-time, paid position that doesn't include coffee runs or picking up dry cleaning. Position is based in downtown San Francisco. Internship starts immediately. The end date is flexible.

The internship will involve repurposing stories, pitching story ideas, reporting, and writing for the site. Candidates should be prepared to write 5 or 6 short items per day, tweet and Facebook everyday and handle other tasks as assigned. The intern will receive experience in the general workings of a forward-thinking website.

Applicants should have an interest in business and a capacity for hard work on deadline. They should have experience reporting, writing, fact-checking, blogging for their college newspapers, in previous internships, online, or on other websites. They should follow current events, be sticklers for accuracy, and have a can-do attitude.

Candidates should submit the following to mmerwin[at]mansueto.com: A cover letter stating qualifications and aspirations; a detailed resume; clips and writing samples; names and phone numbers of two references.

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February 25, 2012

Photographer job opening @ New Jersey newspaper chain

North Jersey Media Group, a chain of weekly newspapers in northern New Jersey, is hiring a photojournalist.

This staff photographer will be responsible for taking pictures as assigned as well as producing enterprise photos using digital equipment to shoot and scan into computer system. Photographer will also manage coverage by freelancer photographers as necessary.

At least six months related experience required. = Must have experience in Digital photography and Photo Shop. Searching for talent capable of assessing photo opportunities and capturing images that will enhance newspaper page layouts. Must have transportation availability to cover assignments out of the office and be accessible for assignments during and outside regular office hours.

To apply, email recruiting@northjersey.com.

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Reporter job opening @ northern NJ newspaper

The Ridgewood (N.J.) Suburban News, a small weekly newspaper in northern New Jersey, has an opening for a reporter, covering school board, municipal meetings and community events. Will write and develop news and feature articles. Must perform routine editorial tasks and share office duties, including writing breaking news for the web. Good oral and written communication skills, PC and social media familiarity, and the ability to deal with others are necessary. Newspaper layout skills preferred. A college degree and proven journalism experience are preferred. Must have transportation availability to cover assignments out of the office, as well as be accessible for assignments during and outside regular office hours. To apply, email walz@northjersey.com.

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February 24, 2012

Entry-level reporter job @ east Texas newspaper

The Athens Daily Review, a daily 3,500-circulation newspaper located in east Texas, is seeking a reporter. Reporter write stories, take photos, shoot video and engage in social networking. Experience a plus, but a passion for community journalism is mandatory. Please e-mail resume to Publisher: Lange Svehlak at lsvehlak[at]athensreview.com

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Entry-level reporter opening @ North Carolina newspaper

The Stanly News & Press, a 9,000-circulation newspaper published three times a week and located about 45 minutes from Charlotte, has an opening for an entry-level staff writer.

Applicant should have the ability to handle multiple tasks, including work for newspaper, magazines, video and website updates. Photography skills a plus. Some night and weekend work required.

Mail clips, resume, at least 3 references and salary expectation to B. J. Drye, editor, The Stanly News & Press, PO Box 488, Albemarle, NC 28002, or email to bj[at]stanlynewspress.com. No phone calls.

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February 23, 2012

Assistant editor job @ Sailing magazine in Wisconsin

SAILING, a 45,000-circulation monthly magazine about sailing, is seeking an assistant editor to work in its Port Washington, Wisc. headquarters.

The assistant editor will work with other staff editors to produce this national magazine (published 10 times per year) about the sport of sailing. Job duties include managing and coordinating magazine departments, working with freelance writers, editing all editorial copy in the magazine, producing feature stories, occasionally writing stories for the magazine and more.

 Candidates should have a bachelor's degree (preferably in journalism or English), some knowledge of sailing and be enthusiastic about the sport, editing experience, knowledge of AP style and good computer skills (preferably with Mac computers; Adobe CS experience a plus). They should also be self starters who are willing to learn on the job and work with staff located in and out of the office.

This job could be full- or part-time depending on the applicant. Please send a cover letter, resume and writing samples to erin[at]sailingmagazine.net.

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Paid summer journalism internship @ Idaho newspaper

The Valley Citizen, a 2,500-circulation weekly newspaper in Driggs, Idaho, is offering a paid summer journalism internship.

Teton Valley, Idaho, is home to Grand Targhee Resort and the Teton Mountains. Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, are in our backyard. Between the ranchers and the skiers and the farmers and the developers, we are also home to some of the most dynamic cultural and political changes this side of the Big Hole Mountains. Hey, we even hosted Glenn Beck last summer!

You can’t hide in a weekly newspaper. We want someone who is just as concerned about the facts as we are about helping you obtain the experience that will add depth to your resume.

If this is your first internship application, don’t hesitate to send it. If you’re an old hat at the internship market, send us a cover letter like we’ve never read before. Recent graduates are also welcome to apply.

Please send resume and cover letter to Jeannette Boner at jet@valleycitizen.com. Snail mail to 65 North Main Street, Driggs ID 83422. Application deadline: when we find the right candidate. Start date: open to college semester schedules. Ideally we are looking for someone who is available Memorial Day through mid- or late September.

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Paid spring journalism internship @ Huffington Post's Black Voices section

Huffington Post, one of the most visited news sites in the nation, is offering a paid editorial internship for its Black Voices section. Position begins immediately, is 20-25 hours per week, pays $10/hour, and is based in New York City.

The intern will learn proper news reporting style, construction, and newsroom ethics. S/he will be a key member of a team dedicated to providing authentic voices and views to today’s Black communities. The intern will be an integral member of the editorial team, supporting and executing editorial initiatives, including rounding up stories, working with photo and video assets, and assisting in the reporting of investigated pieces. The intern may also act on social distribution efforts, and may develop relationships with internal and external constituencies, including important content partners.

Applicants should have a passion for issues, events and people central to today’s Black culture and experience. They should be a rising Sophomore, Junior, or 1st year Grad student focused on Journalism, or Communications. They should be fluent in Microsoft Office and/or Apple Works suites, basic HTML code experience. They should also be able to quickly learn how to work with online publishing and photo editing software, and work well with data and metrics.

To apply, email your resume to caitlin.geraghty[at]teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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February 22, 2012

Paid work-from-home political blogging internship

Topix, a news aggregation site and discussion forum with 11 million unique visitors per month, is offering a paid political journalism internship.

This person will be responsible for curating a high volume of short pieces for a new political product. Ideal applicants are political junkies with an eye for interesting content, a strong pulse on the 2012 elections, and a friendly, casual writing style.
FYI - We are looking for a remote intern in the NY/DC area to briefly train in Palo Alto, CA at the beginning of the internship, but work from their East Coast home.

Job Responsibilities:
-Curating & writing a high volume of short stories around political news and issues
-Keeping a sharp eye for interesting content and spinning it in a straightforward, engaging way
-Staying up on the news around the 2012 elections
-Supporting the editorial team to keep our content fresh, exciting, and current

Requirements:
-BA/BS from a top tier university
-Willingness to take on morning and weekend work when needed to follow the election news cycle
-At least one year experience writing (blogging or working for a college newspaper would be ideal)
-Sense of humor and personality required (non-negotiable)
-Experience curating content on social media outlets (Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Google+) a bonus
-Ability to see things through a conservative lens is a bonus!

To Apply:
Please send your resume, and a casual cover letter to jobs@topix.com, with the subject line "Editorial Intern." For your cover letter, please liken yourself to something or someone -- it can be anything, so long as it's fairly accurate and creative! Also, please copy/paste a link to a news story on politics or issues you've identified, and tell us why you think it's interesting.

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Sports journalism internships with Major League Baseball teams

Trying to get a gig in Social Media? Want to work for Major League Baseball? Want to go to a ton of games? Let's talk. MLB.com is looking to hire a real-time social media intern for each of the 30 Major League Club markets. If you get Google Alerts for the latest from Mashable, have your own TUMBLR, know what Pinterest is, and know your sports, pop culture and current events, then we are talking to you. Bonus points if you use a hashtag when texting with friends while acting like it's a completely normal thing.

Here's what we want: Check out mlb.com/thewall. Take a look at some of our posts. Then create your own post for your specific city, team, and/or market. No more than 300 words, please. IMPORTANT NOTE: You MUST live in the city you are applying for. You can put the post in a Word document, create your own blog, send a link to your own blog post, whatever. We don't care. As long as we can figure out how to read your stuff, then just send it.

Please send all posts AND YOUR RESUME to RealTime[at]mlb.com with your FIRST and LAST NAME + CITY you are applying for in subject line. FOLLOW THIS FORMAT: JOHN SMITH -- CINCINNATTI.

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Paid summer journalism internships @ New York newspapers

Paid summer journalism internships are being offered statewide at New York newspapers.

The 8-week internships pay $2,500 total. The internships are offered by the New York Press Association Foundation in conjunction with local community newspapers.

For more info and to download an application, click here. Deadline to apply is March 1.

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February 21, 2012

Paid journalism internship in Thailand covering MMA

If you’re looking for an exciting, fast-paced media internship with Southeast Asia’s largest Muay Thai and MMA Camp, we’re looking for you!

We host a litany of UFC fighters including Royce Gracie, Jake Shields, Mark Hunt, and Brian Ebersole along with many other professional fighters including Paul Daley. Our YouTube channel gets a half a million hits every month and we have a host of television shows filming here on a regular basis. We are about to launch our second camp in Chiang Mai which will take the fitness world by storm (just wait until you hear about what we’ve got...). A dynamic, fun-loving team, we BRING IT every single day and have an absolute blast doing it. Couple an incredible work environment with the sun-drenched beaches, incredible Thai culture and awesome nightlife of Phuket and you’ve got the experience of a lifetime.

This is just a taste of what we have to offer...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hlH4fWjq98
...and yes, we are THAT cool!

About the internships:
  • Editorial: To apply, you should be a graduate of a post-secondary journalism, communications or marketing program. You can put together colorful copy, news articles and web content. You’ll have access to VIPs and celebrities on a regular basis allowing you to produce incredible pieces for your portfolio. No, you don’t have to be published and no, you don’t have to have any work experience behind you. What you do need to be is driven with excellent writing skills. We can teach you the ins and outs of email campaigns, feature writing, marketing copy and the rest. Bring the attitude, and we’ll bring the experience!
  • Media Production: You are a media school graduate trained in both filming and editing. You have a natural eye for shots, a deep sense of storytelling and are passionate about creating high quality productions. Again, you don’t have to have any broadcast credits or formal work experience. We’ll teach you how to plan, produce and post-produce broadcast quality content - content that you can put on your showreel to blow potential employers AWAY! You will be working in a highly successful Youtube channel with access to VIPs and celebrities on a regular basis. Your work will be seen by millions and your creativity and personal vision will be encouraged at all times. You’ll film using Sony/Canon HDV and DSLR and edit using Final Cut Pro/Premiere Pro.
  • Photography: You are an arts graduate (or have equivalent experience) with a passion for photography who lives to capture that perfect shot. You enjoy shooting a wide variety of people and events with a particular interest in sports. You have experience shooting and editing your own work and have a keen desire to develop your studio and reportage photography portfolio. You do not need to have published photographs. Like the other interns, you’ll have access to a wide range of celebrities and VIPs with your work seen around the world!
What We Offer: We will work with you hand-in-hand to develop the skills you need to succeed in your medium of choice. Working under the direction of broadcast and magazine quality producers, you’ll learn the ins and outs of capturing material for a worldwide audience. Additionally we offer:
-private accommodation with air conditioning
-two meals per day at our Tiger Muay Thai Grill (large western & Thai menu)
-free training at our facility by the top trainers in their field (Muay Thai, BJJ, Boxing, Bootcamp, Yoga, MMA, Krabi Krabong etc)
-weekly laundry service up to 12 kgs per month
-small monthly stipend to help cover social activities
-a 40 hour workweek of varied (but fair) hours
-an excellent reference letter detailing your experience and skills upon completion
To Apply:  If you are able to provide us with a minimum commitment of three months, please email samples of your work to our Director of Communications, Natasha Horrelt, at natasha[at]tigermuaythai.com While samples do not have to be published works, they do need to exhibit the best you have to offer. Tell us exactly why YOU are the best person for this opportunity. Applicants supplying their own equipment will have an advantage.

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February 20, 2012

Reporter @ Northern Jersey weekly newspaper

The Montclair Times, a 9,000-circulation weekly newspaper in northern New Jersey, has an opening for a reporter, covering school board, municipal meetings and community events.

Will write and develop news and feature articles. Must perform routine editorial tasks and share office duties, including writing breaking news for the web. Good oral and written communication skills, PC and social media familiarity, and the ability to deal with others are necessary. Newspaper layout skills preferred. A college degree and proven journalism experience are preferred. Must have transportation availability to cover assignments out of the office, as well as be accessible for assignments during and outside regular office hours.

To apply, contact Mark Porter at Porterm@northjersey.com.

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Freelance reporters wanted for motocrycle magazine

Next Moto Champion, a nationally-distributed magazine that covers both motocross and road racing, seeks freelance reporters. Ability to create layouts with In design software a plus. Get your work in print and write what you want to write about. $20 - $40 per piece depending on the content. Motocross article ideas can be pitched to Andrea Barnett at abarnett@nextmotochampion.com. Road racing story ideas can be pitched to Jon Boucher at boucher@nextmotochampion.com.

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February 19, 2012

Paid political journalism internship in Annapolis, MD

MarylandReporter.com, a news site covering Maryland government and politics, is offering two paid 13-week internships in 2012 with an emphasis on investigative reporting. One starts in June and the other in September with flexible start dates.

This is temporary full-time employment paying $400 week with no benefits. You will work out of your home, the State House in Annapolis and/or the offices of MarylandReporter.com in Columbia, Maryland. You will need a car and a smart phone, and you will be reimbursed for phone use.

The internships are open to rising seniors, master’s candidates or graduates, and students or graduates who have had experience on student newspapers or other publications. The internship is also open to non-traditional students and career-changers from other fields who wish to pursue a career in journalism and have limited experience in the field but do have the necessary writing and reporting skills.

The internship is designed to enhance your skills as a journalist covering state government and politics with a special emphasis on ethics and investigative reporting skills. We will task you with a wide range of assignments, hopefully geared to your interests and strengths, but also designed to stretch your capabilities. The internships are supported by a grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.

To apply for this internship, send a letter spelling out your qualifications and availability to Len@MarylandReporter.com, along with a resume and 5-10 clips of your work (URL links are fine.) In the subject line, list June or September internship. The deadline for the June internship is Sunday, March 11; and for September, Friday, June 15

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February 18, 2012

6-month journalism internship @ Hawaii newspaper for recent grad

The Molokai Dispatch, a 5,000-circulation weekly newspaper in Kaunakakai, Hawaii, is seeking a recent graduate for a 6-month, full-time reporting internship.

You will be given a weekly stipend of $40, which covers some food expenses. Housing, utilities and on-island transportation are also provided. As a Dispatch intern, you will have your own room in a house shared with other interns. A stick shift car, bicycle and moped are also available for shared use. Gas expenses for work are covered by the Dispatch.

This position requires a six-month commitment, beginning as soon as possible. To apply, you must have a bachelor’s degree in journalism and previous experience in newspapers or other publications. Experience in photography and video is a plus. We’re also looking for someone with sensitivity to minority and cultural issues, an outgoing personality and the ability to “tough it out” in challenging situations, and a strong sense of responsibility and journalistic ethics. This is NOT a vacation or adventure -- it is an opportunity to work in journalism and make a positive difference in our small community.

To apply, email a non-generic cover letter, resume and three writing samples that best demonstrate your journalistic skill. Include “Reporting Intern Applicant” in your subject line and email to editor@themolokaidispatch.com. For more info about this opprtunity, click here.

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Patch.com offering paid summer journalism internships nationwide

Patch.com, a nationwide chain of hyperlocal news sites owned by AOL and Huffington Post, is now accepting applications for full-time, paid summer internships where you'll gain valuable experience working as a journalist.

As an intern, you will:
* Pitch and write stories
* Attend weekly editorial meetings
* Shoot and edit photos and video
* Cover town and school board meetings, court hearings and local businesses
* Attend community outreach events
* Execute social media strategies

Applications are due by March 15. In order to apply, you must be a junior, senior or graduate student or a recent graduate (May 2011 or later).  For more info and to apply, visit www.patch.com/jobs and click on "Students/Interns: Editorial" and select "Intern" in the Position Type field. Patch's editorial internship positions are located across the country, so be sure to apply to the one(s) closest to you.

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February 17, 2012

Online summer courses offered in media law & media ethics

This summer, you can earn college credits studying media ethics and/or media law -- all while tanning on the beach or lounging in your living room.

CubReporters.org's founder Mark Grabowki is teaching online courses on "Media Ethics" and "Free Speech, Media Law & Democracy" (a.k.a. Media Law) through Adelphi University, where he's a professor. The 3-credit classes feature video lectures, interactive exercises and class discussions, all of which can be done through your computer. You never need to set foot in an actual classroom.

In the 5-week Media Law class, students learn about the First Amendment, free speech, copyright, libel, protecting confidential sources, getting government records, Internet issues and other media law issues from a lawyer and former journalist.

The 5-week Media Ethics course examines fundamental ethical issues currently confronting journalism and mass communication. Students will learn about and assess ethical theories that will enable them to make discriminating moral judgments about dilemmas commonly faced within media-related professions. The course is taught by the author of two books on media ethics.

To register for a course, contact Adelphi University's Registrar Office by clicking here. For more info about the courses, click here to contact Mark. Space is limited, so register ASAP. Classes begin May 29 and end July 2.

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Journalism internship @ Brain World magazine in NYC

Brain World, a website and quarterly magazine about the brain, is seeking an editorial intern. Position is based in New York City and pays a small stipend.

This internship is for students looking to expand their writing and research skills and portfolio with work that ranges from blog stories to event and profile research, as well as news updates. This internship will give a student the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the journalism field.

Duties and Responsibilities: Stay up to date with news and developments related to the brain, health and education, locally in New York as well as globally; Initiate interviews and articles; Carry out regular research on identified topics of interest
Write blogs, edit articles; Write up the events and reviews sections of each BW publication; Ensure that fresh content is added regularly to the site; Stay current with social media trends, issues and opportunities.

Requirements: Basic to intermediate knowledge and skills in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator; Excellent communication and writing skills, multitasking ability, attention to detail. Advanced knowledge of social media technologies, tools and capabilities.

Email cover letter, resume and brief journalistic writing sample (100-200 words) to brainworldmagazine[at]gmail.com.

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February 16, 2012

Paid summer journalism internship @ Martha's Vineyard Times

The Martha's Vineyard Times, a 15,000-circulation weekly newspaper in Vineyard Haven, Mass., is offering a paid summer journalism internship. Position pays $400 per week.

We focus on the issues that are important to the year round and seasonal residents of the Island. CEOs and political leaders often share the spotlight, and the news coverage, with local builders and retired year-round residents. The right candidate can attend a weekly selectmen’s meeting, identify the news, and produce a clean and accurate story.

The Times publishes an extensive Calendar section that includes entertainment and feature coverage, to which you would also contribute. The right candidate will also have strong multi-media skills and contribute to mvtimes.com.

Internship begins in May and runs until Labor Day. To apply, email a resume, cover letter (describe any connections you may have to Martha's Vineyard), several clips (or links) and three references to intern[at]mvtimes.com.

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Paid journalism internship @ Philadelphia hyperlocal news site

NabeWise, a chain of hyperlocal news sites, is offering a journalism internship in Philadelphia. Interns are paid a monthly stipend.

As an intern, your focus will be researching and writing about neighborhoods in Philadelphia. You'll also be photographing neighborhoods in the area. We're looking for a curious and exploratory person who's been living in Philadelphia for at least 2 years. 

Since NabeWise is based in NYC, you'll be working remotely. It's necessary to have your own computer, reliable web access, a camera, and access to a car. Our interns work for 15 hours every week and can pick their own hours (we're very flexible!)

Desired Skills/Experience: local knowledge of Philadelphia; expert writing skills; understanding of grammar; ability to write under fast deadlines; photography skills; web surfing and research skills; moderate understanding of maps or urban planning; and experience in the real estate or digital media.

To apply: We would love to see your resume, but please avoid cover letters (they're boring and no fun!) Instead, go to http://nabewise.com/philadelphia and write 2-3 neighborhood reviews in your own voice. Your reviews can be informal, glib, funny, it doesn't matter -- but make sure they're engaging and helpful. If you prefer, you can also email your reviews directly to us at freelancers [at] nabewise.com.

Helpful info you could include in your review: What's the vibe? What types of people live here? What are the nabe's pros/cons? What's it like visiting here vs. living here?

Afterwards, send your profile name and resume to "freelancers at nabewise.com" along with any other relevant information you think we should know about you.

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February 15, 2012

Reporter job @ newspaper near Detroit

The Ferndale Review, an online newspaper that will soon publish a weekly print edition, is seeking a reporter to cover community news.

This a full-time position, which involves attending city council and school board meetings, big events, grand openings, and the like. Digital photography skills and equipment a definite plus. Paper publishes once per week on Wednesdays out of our Hamtramck office. Tuesday is therefore deadline day. You would answer to our chief editor, but eventually have some input into what gets covered and how, particularly once you get to know the major players in town.

Send clips and writing samples to: cs [at] thehamtramckreview.com, or drop off in person (or send by snail mail) to: The Review, 3020 Caniff St., Hamtramck MI 48212. Check out the web version at www.ferndalereview.com.

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Paid summer journalism internship @ AARP Magazine in DC

AARP The Magazine, the largest-circulation magazine in the world, is offering a full-time, paid summer editorial internship.

The intern should have working knowledge of the publications editorial process and will write display copy and short items. The intern will also organize reader responses, research article ideas, write summary reports, and aid editors in other projects as needed.

Juniors, seniors, or graduate students in English, communications, journalism or multimedia preferred. Writing samples required.

To apply, send resume, cover letter, and writing samples to Margaret Guroff, Features Editor, AARP The Magazine, at mguroff@aarp.org or 601 E Street NW, Washington DC 20049. Application deadline is March 15.

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Paid legal journalism internships @ Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, a Washington-D.C. based organization dedicated to protecting the First Amendment and journalists' rights, offers paid journalism and media law internships year-round.

As a small organization, the Reporters Committee relies heavily on its interns to provide significant contributions to our publications and our legal work. Interns report and write on free press and media law issues for our magazine, The News Media & the Law, Web site and guidebooks and assist our staff of lawyers in conducting research to help reporters overcome legal hurdles covering the news.

The Reporters Committee also provides its interns with regular opportunities to interact with working journalists, media lawyers and policymakers through seminars around Washington, D.C. Interns will attend Congressional hearings on Capitol Hill, hear arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal appellate courts and visit newsrooms and government agencies where they can learn firsthand about free-press issues.

Students or recent graduates may intern in the Spring, Summer or Fall semesters. Interns may receive college credit and are eligible to receive a $2,000 stipend from the Reporters Committee. Some interns may be enrolled in Washington semester study programs through their colleges or universities.

Applications are best sent by May 31 for Fall; October 31 for Spring and January 31 for the Summer term, but are accepted anytime on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and writing samples (3-5 clips, journalistic writing samples and/or a short research paper) to: Internship Coordinator The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press 1101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1100 Arlington, VA 22209 or internships@rcfp.org

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February 14, 2012

Spring journalism internships @ New York City weekly newspaper

The Queens Chronicle, a 160,000-circulation weekly newspaper in New York City, seeks interns for its Rego Park newsroom. Internship starts immediately.

Interns will write articles for the paper and take photographs, along with various other newsroom duties 2-3 days per week. Candidates should be adept at writing in AP style and working with an editor. An ability to function well on deadline in a busy environment is a definite plus. $500 stipend will be paid at the end of 12 weeks.

Send a resume and 2 clips to publisher Mark Weidler at markw[at]qchron.com. Only apply if you live in NYC or surrounding area and are available to start immediately.

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Paid 6-month sports journalism internship with Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos are offering a paid sports journalism internship. The internship runs from mid June through the end of the 2012 season, including playoffs. A monthly stipend will be provided during the internship.

The intern will be responsible for: updating website content, including daily stories, player bios and roster, game day content, etc; collecting player-related content, including Fan Q&As, blogs, features, video, audio and photos; preparing and sending wireless and email updates; and writing feature articles and news items for team publications, including Broncos Gameday and Broncos Magazine.

Applicants must be a current student or recent graduate and have a minimum of two years experience as a student working for a college newspaper, website, college sports information office or in a communications department of a sports organization. Web savvy, including familiarity with social media, is also essential.

By march 23, mail or email a resume, cover letter, references and published writing samples to Chris Hall (Email: chris.hall@broncos.nfl.net) in the Broncos team media department. Mailing Address: Denver Broncos Football Club (attn: Chris Hall), 13655 Broncos Parkway, Englewood, CO 80112

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Entry-level reporter job opening @ Jersey Shore newspaper

Star News Group, publisher of weekly newspapers in Manasquan and Point Pleasant Beach, is seeking a full time beat reporter.

Successful candidate must have a journalism or related degree. Experience is helpful, but recent college graduates who have studied journalism, English or a related subject area will be considered.

Duties include covering police, school and municipal news, as well as features. Work week also requires covering night municipal meetings and one weekend day every eight weeks. Competitive salary, Simple IRA, vacation, benefits.

Fax resume to 732-223-8212, or e-mail editor[at]thecoaststar.com. No phone calls will be accepted regarding this position.

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Paid summer journalism internships worldwide @ Associated Press

The Associated Press, a news wire service that is the world's largest news organization. is offering paid journalism internships for Summer 2012 in 10 U.S. cities (including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.) and 10 international locations (including London, Jerusalem, Seoul, Mexico City, Rome, Bangkok, Johannesburg, New Delhi, Rio de Janeiro and Moscow).

The interns will write stories, shoot videos and/or take photos from these bureaus for 12 weeks this summer. Although a primary format may be declared – depending on interest and ability – the internships will provide experience and training in all three. Interns will attend and contribute to all-format editorial meetings. Assignments will be made by a trainer who will also provide performance appraisals during the course of the internship.

Applicants Applicants must be: a) Current full-time students within two years of earning an undergraduate degree or b) Current full-time graduate students or c) Students who graduated December 2011 or later. They must be able to show proof of legal authorization to participate in a 12-week internship in the assigned country prior to the start of the internship. And they must have demonstrated proficiency speaking and writing in the English language and command of the local language for the assigned country.

For more info and to apply, click here. Deadline is March 2.

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Paid fall journalism internship program in Washington, D.C.

College students can apply for a 14-week long, full-time, paid political journalism internship in Washington, D.C. International students are also eligible to apply.

The Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington Program runs from  Sept. 10 to Dec. 14. This internship comes with free housing in furnished apartments in Northwest Washington and a stipend of $2,520.

Undergraduate students, juniors and seniors, will spend a 14-week semester covering politics and other news and feature stories in the nation’s capital for the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire. Interns may also report for hometown news organizations or other news outlets. This is a full-time internship located in downtown Washington.

Application deadline is March 15. For more information and to apply, go to http://shfwire.com/node/5464

In addition, the program offers two other special opportunities:

  • The Scripps Howard Foundation sponsors an intern who reports for the Hispanic Link News Service in Washington. The internship comes with free housing in a furnished apartment and a stipend of $2,520. Ny May 14, send a resume and clips to: Charlie Ericksen,  Hispanic Link News Service, 1420 N St. NW, Washington, DC 20005.

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February 13, 2012

All-expenses paid social media conference for young journalists from EU and Mideast

Scholarships are available for young journalists and photojournalists from Europe and the Middle East to attend a social media conference in Alexandria, Egypt. All costs related to the event will be covered, including travel, accommodation and meals.

The 10-day conference, titled “Social media in a changing world," is sponsored by the Euro-Mediterranean Academy for Young Journalists (EMAJ) and features sessions and expert lectures in new media, journalism and intercultural dialogue.

Applicants must be citizens of the European Union, Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Mauritania, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia or Turkey. They must be between ages 18-35 with at least two years' experience at print, radio, TV or online outlets. And they must have solid English language skills.

Deadline to apply is February 22. For more information, click here.

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Journalism internship @ Yemen Times in Middle East

Yemen Times, Yemen's first and most widely-read independent English-language newspaper, is offering 7-month long editorial internships.

Interns will proof read, editing and write features/news.

Applicants must be fluent in English. Arabic knowledge is an advantage but not a condition and prior experience living in Yemen is favorable.

The internship provides accommodation and a residency permit but interns must cover their own travel and living expenses. Internships begin in April.

Interested candidates must send their resumes with cover letters to yteditor[at]gmail.com.

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February 12, 2012

Paid journalism internships @ food magazine in Los Angeles

Slice, the magazine of Cheesecake Factory, offers paid internships year-round in its Los Angeles office. Interns work approximately 20 hours per week. Internships start in January, April, July and October.

Applicants should be a senior at an undergraduate level or working towards a graduate degree in Journalism, Communications, Marketing or Public Relations seeking a “for credit” internship. Preferred candidate will have working knowledge of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Preferred candidate for the internship will have experience writing for their school newspaper or other publications. Ideal candidate will have previous work experience with The Cheesecake Factory restaurants.

For more info, click here.

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9-week fellowship for young European journalists

A 9-week journalism fellowship is available for 12 young journalists from select EU countries.

The fellowship, sponsored by Fondation EurActiv PoliTech and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, is designed to help early career journalists gain experience of European Union policies and online media. One week’s intensive seminar in Berlin will be followed by a six to eight-week internship in Brussels.

A dozen young journalists will be selected. Eight of those should come from Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain or the United Kingdom, and the other four should come from Germany and/or Austria (two from regional and two from national media). All will participate in a five-day intensive seminar in Berlin.

Applicants must have a minimum of two and no more than five years of journalism experience; be employed outside Brussels with professional press card (students, freelancers & former journalists need not apply); and possess good oral and written English, knowledge of a second EU language.

By February 15, 2012, email the following documents to selection@euractiv.com stating ‘RBS - EU Journalism Fellowship’ in the subject line: 1) CV and motivation letter in English; 2) Letter of reference from management of ‘sending’ media, (e.g. from the editor); 3) Three published articles showing excellent writing in mother tongue, including one with EU relevance. For more info, click here.

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February 10, 2012

Journalism internship @ Seattle Business magazine

Seattle Business, a monthly magazine that covers Washington state business news and has 105,00 readers, is seeking a part-time editorial intern.

Interns usually work on a six-month contract for 20 hours per week. A $100 stipend is paid at the end of the internship. While ideal for recent college grads, anyone with an interest in magazine and/or business journalism would find us a good place to cut their teeth.

Typical intern responsibilities include fact-checking all stories with primary sources (we have an established procedure for this, but it does involves a fair amount of phone/email work), writing much of the front “Startup” section of each issue and compiling the business events calendar.

Interns are also called upon to write blog posts for the website, develop and research story ideas, attend editorial department brainstorming and planning meetings, conduct interviews, perform other editorial-related clerical work, and write longer stories for the magazine.

If interested, send a résumé and writing samples (published preferred, but not required) to John Levesque, managing editor, Seattle Business, 1518 First Ave. S., Suite 500, Seattle, WA 98134, or via e-mail to john.levesque[at]tigeroak.com.

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6-month paid photojournalism internship @ Tampa Bay Times

Tampa Bay Times, a 340,000-circulation daily newspaper formerly known as the St. Petersburg Times, is offering a 6-month paid photojournalism internship. Hurry, the deadline to apply is February 15 (postmarked).

Applicants should be graduated college seniors or undergraduates who are able to take 6 months away from classes. Minimum requirement is at least one professional shooting internship with a newspaper, magazine or other visual media outlet.

For more info and to apply, click here. Questions? Call Bruce Moyer, 727-893-8215 or bmoyer@tampabay.com.

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February 9, 2012

Free online mentor program for aspiring photojournalists

Aspiring photojournalists worldwide can apply for a free online apprenticeship.

"E-pprentice," offered by the Lucie Foundation, matches working professional photographers with students and talented amateurs. The six-month program features a web-based exchange guided by a suggested curriculum, using instant messaging and video chat program for critiques and discussions.

Deadline to apply is March 20. For more information and to apply, click here.

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BBC accepting applications for broadcast journalism apprenticeship program

The BBC, a British public service broadcaster that is the largest broadcaster in the world,  is accepting applications for its 2012 apprenticeship program.

An apprentice is someone who is there to learn as well as to work. As such, applicants don't need a lot of experience or qualifications. However, applicants must have the right to work in the U.K.

You will study at Westminster Kingsway College and receive skills training at the BBC in West London. You’ll work with teams making TV programs and websites for the BBC and Independent production companies. Your duties could range from providing general admin support to a production team, to booking equipment, arranging meetings, helping on shoots and maybe doing basic research. We will give you training and support to achieve your goals – and you’ll gain a qualification at the end of it, as well as hands on experience in television and online.

You will be paid an apprenticeship wage of £11,000 a year. Positions are available in Glasgow and London.

Deadline to apply is February 21. Click here for more info and to apply.

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Global journalism fellowship in Toronto for young journalists

Young journalists who aspire to be foreign correspondent can apply for an 8 month fellowship from the University of Toronto. Hurry, the deadline is February 13, 2012.

U of T's Munk School of Global Affairs is offering 10 fellowships to journalists expert knowledge of complex topics. Fellows will be mentored by a professional journalist while freelancing to major media and attend journalism courses and lectures. Fellows graduate with a certificate in global journalism.

Qualifications include a graduate degree, professional degree or equivalent work experience in a specialized field - business, economics, health, technology, science and more - and English fluency. Professional journalism experience is not a requirement.

Applicants must submit a resume, transcripts, two story proposals, work samples, a personal essay, video statement and three recommendation letters.

For more information, click here.

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February 8, 2012

Entry-level journalism job @ OC Weekly in California

OC Weekly, a 70,000-circulation alternative newsweekly covering Orange County, Calif., has an immediate opening for a part-time editorial assistant.

This entry-level position is perfect for an organized self-starter who derives satisfaction from handling multiple tasks and working independently on long-term projects. Ideal candidates will have a college degree; excellent organizational and communication skills; computer, grammar and math proficiency; and database experience.

A background in journalism is preferred. Send a resume, cover letter and list of references to: oc-edit-asst[at]villagevoicemedia.com.

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Paid summer journalism internship @ The Washingtonian magazine

The Washingtonian, a lifestyle magazine in Washington, D.C. read by 400,000 people, is offering a full-time, four-month paid editorial internship this summer. Pay is $8.25 per hour.

The magazine is looking for bright people with good research, reporting, and writing skills who don't require a lot of hand-holding. In exchange, it offers an experience that's low on grunt work and high on opportunity. Duties include fact-checking, research, and some writing. Editors, writers, and heads of the advertising, promotion, production, circulation, art, and photography departments meet with interns once or twice a week to discuss their own roles at the magazine and careers in journalism. Graduates of the internship program have gone on to publications such as Vanity Fair, People, Entertainment Weekly, National Geographic, Allure, Martha Stewart, Everyday Food, and USA Today (as well as landed full-time jobs at Washingtonian).

To apply, by March 1, send a cover letter, resume, three writing samples, and a list of references to Michael Gaynor at The Washingtonian, 1828 L St., NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036. Specify that you're applying for a summer internship. Questions? Email mgaynor[at]washingtonian.com. DO NOT send applications via fax or email.

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February 7, 2012

Entry-level reporter job opening @ Seattle Times

The Seattle Times, a daily 240,000-circulation newspaper, has an opening for a three-year reporting residency designed for beginning journalists with some professional experience.

The program gives journalists a range of newsroom experiences, plus on-the-job training and development. We're looking for someone who's shown an ability to find and break news, write engaging feature and enterprise stories, and shown a passion for watchdog journalism. Strong digital and multimedia skills are a plus. Residents will receive a development plan and regular feedback, and be assigned a mentor.

Applicants must have graduated by the time the residency begins. Applicants must have had some successful internships at news organizations and/or a year or two professional experience at daily newspapers or other media organizations. Applicants must have a car.

Click here to apply online.

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Paid summer journalism internship @ MSNBC in Seattle

MSNBC’s Breaking News is offering a paid internship for summer 2012: An opportunity to work at a fast-paced media startup in Seattle with a team of editors who have national and international journalism experience.

We’re looking for an editorial intern who, after working closely with editors, can drive our real-time platform at breakingnews.com and distribute content across our various social media accounts.

An intern will learn real-time editing techniques and best practices and also gain experience executing a developing social media strategy. He or she will walk away with relevant journalism experience and competitive skills, which are instantly valuable in this quickly-changing industry.

We’d like a student who is comfortable working in the social space, can write a crisp and accurate headline, and can recognize significant national and international news.

Click here to apply online.

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Paid full-time fashion journalism internship in NYC

StyleList.com, an AOL-owned website on fashion, beauty and style with 9 million unique visitors per month, is offering a paid internship in its Home section.

The hands-on internship is 40 hours per week and based in Manhattan. Pay is $10 per hour. The intern will writing and produce web content covering home, fashion, and style. Internship is available immediately, so apply ASAP.

Training will be provided on AOL’s proprietary publishing system, but some experience creating web pages and using basic HTML and Photoshop is a plus. Must have some editorial experience in print or online, and demonstrable knowledge of fashion and home.

A pro-active, detail-oriented intern will have the opportunity to grow and acquire solid real-world new media and editorial skills. Duties/responsibilities would include: contributing content to the site; creating slideshows; running occasional errands for the department; contacting PR contacts for images/press releases; and possibly attending events in our stead

To apply, email your resume to Caitlin.Geraghty[at]teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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Paid spring editorial internship @ Moviefone in NYC

Moviefone, a movie listing and information website that receives nearly 16 million unique visitors each month, is offering a paid editorial internship in its New York City office. This is a spring internship (available immediately) for 20 hours / week; $10/hr.

We're looking for a quick study who is very passionate about movies, can help with editorial and programming tasks, with an emphasis on production and behind-the-scenes functions. Daily programming work is required to: manage our DVD release page, manage our "Coming Soon" & "In theaters" pages, maintain moviefone tumblr account, assist with facebook / twitter, help with community outreach, promoting content with fan communities, and build/Send out weekly e-mail newsletter.

Intern will also help editors with: transcribing, editorial research, taking Minutes during editorial meetings, help organizing editorial calendars, help with photo assignments, build galleries, and writing copy.

Qualifications: Passion for online media and internet-based businesses, student experienced in journalism, marketing and / or communications, knowledge of film industry, box office trends, home entertainment platforms, film studios, understanding of blog platforms, html, photoshop a plus, ability to anticipate movie audience trends.

To apply, email your resume to caitlin.geraghty[at]teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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Paid spring journalism internship @ Huffington Post's College section

Huffington Post, one of the most visited news sites in the nation, is hiring paid journalism interns for its College section, which provides the best, most entertaining college news to its readers.

This is a spring internship (available immediately) for about 3 days / week; $10/hr. in HuffPost's New York City newsroom. Responsibilities:  Finding the most entertaining college news; building and pitching slideshows; the possibility of writing longer stories; and supporting editors in daily tasks.

To apply, email your resume to caitlin.geraghty[at]teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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February 6, 2012

MLB.com hiring sports journalists

MLB.com, the website of Major League Baseball, is looking to fill Editorial Producer positions. These are part-time positions. Shifts are nights and weekends, up to 32 hours per week.

Editorial producers are responsible for all content production surrounding one baseball game per shift. Responsibilities include editing and posting all content, about 8-10 stories per shift and posting additional multimedia pieces. Write headlines, captions, blurbs. Select and crop photos. Update and maintain two team sites consistently throughout course of game. Monitor game and communicate with reporters about storylines. Communicate with regional and national editors throughout process.

Qualifications:
• Strong copy-editing skills. Prior experience at a newspaper or website is required.
• Knowledge of basic HTML and web publishing.
• Experience with content management systems a plus.Thorough knowledge of baseball. You will be quizzed.
• Basic knowledge of Photoshop.
• Candidates must be based in the NY metropolitan area.

If interested and qualified, please apply online at www.mlb.com/careers.

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Paid radio news summer internship in Alaska

KFSK, NPR's affiliate radio station in southeast Alaska, is offering a paid summer internship. The 2 to 3 month internship provides basic housing at the radio station, round trip airfare from within the United States, and a $100 per week stipend. It's a very hands-on experience.

"The successful applicant will work full-time as a reporter/producer and will also host local news, weather, community announcements and station breaks during NPR's morning edition," the ad states. "They will perform a variety of other station duties as assigned. The intern may cover a variety of topics of local, regional and statewide interest. There are plenty of opportunities for features and natural sound pieces."

To apply, by March 5, email a cover letter, resume, and links to audio samples of stories you have voiced to Matt Lichtenstein at matt[at]kfsk.org.

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February 3, 2012

Paid summer journalism internship @ St. Louis Jewish newspaper

The St. Louis Jewish Light, a 14,000-circulation weekly newspaper that covers St. Louis' Jewish community, is offering a paid reporting internship this summer.

The Joseph J. Edlin Memorial Summer Journalism Internship is for high school or college students with coursework or experience in journalism or writing. The paid reporting internship will offer students an opportunity to gain experience in a professional newspaper environment and have work published in our weekly newspaper, quarterly magazine and online.

By March 14, applicants should send a resume, cover letter and three writing samples to Editor Ellen Futterman at 6 Millstone Campus Drive, Suite 3010, St. Louis, 63146 or by email at efutterman@thejewishlight.com.

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Paid summer journalism internships @ Georgia newspapers

Paid summer internships are available at Georgia newspapers through the Georgia Press Educational Foundation.

8-week paid internships are available for any phase of newspaper production, including advertising, editorial, circulation/marketing, on-line publishing and pre-press production. The internship program is important because it provides students with actual newspaper experience while reinforcing their scholastic training. 

Deadline to apply is March 1. Click here to download an application.

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February 2, 2012

Dating and pop culture website seeks freelance writers

Nerve, a Manhattan-based online magazine dedicated to sex, relationships, pop culture and edgy news, is looking for paid freelance writers. Specifically, here's what they're looking for:

"We're constantly on the hunt for smart, readable content in the form of smart five-item lists and longer personal essays. Occasionally, we do break the mold and throw in an infographic or two, but chiefly, those two items are what we're looking for. Typically, we like pitches pegged to some kind of new or upcoming book, film, or movie release, but they don't always need to be -- we're also interested in pitches addressing the 2012 presidential race or other U.S. events. We do eschew international coverage, and we're trying to steer clear of anything too gratuitous or "porn-y." Also, what makes Nerve unique is that we look at love & sex just as much as pop culture -- we're not a straight romance site, and we're not a straight pop culture site: we look at where and how those two areas intersect."

Send pitches to submissions[at]nerve.com. For more info, visit http://www.nerve.com/submissions

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TV reporter job in Milwaukee

CBS-58 in Milwaukee seeks an experienced General Assignment Reporter. Candidate must be an excellent writer and storyteller with solid live skills. College degree and two years' on-air experience preferred. Send resume and non-returnable tape to: HR-R, 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI, 53214; fax: 414-607-8189 or e-mail: ccamps@cbs58.com.

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Paid 6-month science journalism internship @ Chemical & Engineering News in DC

Chemical & Engineering News, the widely-read weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, seeks a science-writing intern for 2012.

C&EN reports current events in the chemical enterprise, including recent advances in research, education, industry, funding, and regulatory policy. C&EN reaches all 154,000 members of the ACS each week, and its online edition receives more than 14 million page views per year.

The candidate should be a highly motivated student or recent graduate with demonstrated interest in science writing and at least a bachelor's degree in chemistry or a related field. The intern will have a chance to write bylined news and feature stories for publication in C&EN and to generate multimedia and other content for C&EN Online. The intern will also help maintain C&EN’s social media presence.

During their 3-6 month stint, the intern is expected to work for C&EN full time (40 hours/wk) and will be paid $20.50/hr. The intern ideally will be based in our Washington, DC, headquarters; however, candidates unable to relocate may be considered. Starting and ending dates are flexible.

Please send cover letter, resume, references, and pdfs of two science-writing samples to: Amanda Yarnell, Assistant Managing Editor, Science/Technology/Education, at a_yarnell@acs.org.

We highly encourage applicants to include additional multimedia samples.

Deadline for applications is February 29, 2012. C&EN plans to make a decision by March 31, 2012.

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Entry-level reporter jobs @ Boston weekly newspaper

The Bulletin Newspapers, a chain of four weekly newspapers in the Boston area, is seeking al full time reporter to cover general assignment stories in Boston and Norwood, Mass.

Must be able to work as a team with our other reporters. Salary is $25k to start with a salary bump / review in 90 days. Applicants must have a car and their own digital camera is required. Experience a must but willing to train the right person with a journalism degree. Daily reporting to our Hyde Park (Boston) office is required. Start immediately. Work schedule is a combination of afternoon and night meetings.

Part-time reporters wanted as well to cover specific meetings and events if the city of Boston.

Please forward resumes to dcawley[at]norwoodrecord.com.

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February 1, 2012

College journalism scholarship for Indiana H.S. students

Indiana high school students can apply for up to $6,500 in journalism scholarship money for college.

The Hoosier State Press Association Foundation will award two $1,500 scholarships again this year to future print journalists in partnership with the Indiana High School Press Association's Indiana Student Journalist of the Year competition.

One scholarship will be for the best portfolio from a small school (fewer than 2,000 students) and the other for the best entry from a large one (more than 2,001 enrollment). Journalist of the Year state winners compete in the Journalism Education Association's national contest, in which more scholarships - $5,000 and $2,000 - are given.

Students should send portfolios to Diana Hadley, 101 Branigin Boulevard, Franklin College, Franklin, IN 46131 by the postmark deadline Wednesday, Feb. 15. More information and the entry form are at the Journalism Education Association website, www.jea.org/awards/journalist.html.

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Reporter job @ newspaper near Oklahoma City

The Guthrie News Leader, a small tri-weekly newspaper located about 30 minutes from Oklahoma City, has an immediate opening for a full time staff writer. Duties would include taking photos, covering local high school sports in addition to general assignments (local government, school boards, etc.) as needed. Knowledge of InDesign and Word are a plus but not required. PTO, 401k and insurance package. Pay is $20k-$24k. Send resumes to bramsey[at]guthrienewsleader.net.

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Entry-level reporter job @ Alabama newspaper

The Magee Courier/Simpson County News is seeking the right candidate to join our staff as a general assignment reporter. Experience is not required however candidate should have school training in journalism. Candidate must have excellent writing skills and computer knowledge. This position will include covering city and county government, sports, law enforcement as well as other news assignments. Compensation $20,000 to $22,000 based on experience. We offer paid vacation, holidays, insurance benefits and 401K. For more information please send resume to mcourier[at]bellsouth.net.

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Entry-level reporter job @ northern Virginia newspaper

The Warren Sentinel, a weekly newspaper nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive, is seeking a full-time staff writer, who can also handle some photography as well.

We're looking for someone who wants to go beyond the press releases and meeting rhetoric to develop true enterprise stories, as well as a great storyteller that can relay touching human interest stories in a warm narrative. Full benefits. Great place to learn for young reporters. Entry level position.

Send cover letter, resume, three writing clips and up to five photography examples to: Kevin Seabrooke, c/o The Warren Sentinel, 429 North Royal Avenue, Front Royal, Va. 22630.

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$5,000 journalism scholarship for New Jersey H.S. student

New Jersey residents attending New Jersey high schools can apply for a $5,000 scholarship to study journalism in college.

The Bernard Kilgore Memorial Scholarship will be awarded following a statewide competition sponsored by the New Jersey Press Foundation and the Garden State Scholastic Press Association. The recipient also is named GSSPA's New Jersey High School Journalist of the Year and is entered in a competition for the National High School Journalist of the Year, operated by the Journalism Education Association.

Deadline to apply is February 15. Click here for an application and more details.

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January 31, 2012

Journalism scholarships for Oklahoma college students

The Oklahoma Newspaper Foundation awards three $1,500 scholarships to Oklahoma journalism students each year.

To be eligible, applicants must: be majoring in journalism or equivalent degree program; be a junior or senior for the 2012-13 academic year; enrolled full-time at an Oklahoma college or university. Preference will be given to students demonstrating a career commitment to newspaper journalism.

The application deadline for the 2012-2013 school year is February 15, 2012. Click here to download an application.

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Paid summer journalism internships @ 18 Oklahoma newspapers

Paid summer journalism internships are available at at least 18 newspapers in Oklahoma through the Oklahoma Newspaper Foundation.

Interns will work between 30 and 40 hours per week for eight weeks. The internship salary is $8.50 per hour for a maximum of $2,720.

To receive an ONF paid internship, students must be A U.S. Citizen or permanent U.S. resident; enrolled full time as a sophomore, junior or senior during the 2011-12 academic year; demonstrating a career commitment to newspaper journalism.

For more info and to apply, click here to download an application. Deadline to apply is February 15.

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Sports reporter job @ newspaper near Kansas-Oklahoma border

The Blackwell Journal Tribune, a 2,000-circulation twice-weekly newspaper, has an immediate opening for a full time staff writer. Duties would include covering local high school sports in addition to general assignments as needed for the twice-weekly publication. Knowledge of InDesign and Word are a plus but not required. PTO, insurance, 401k. Pay is $20k-$24k. Send resumes to: Belinda Ramsey at bramsey[at]blackwelljournaltribune.net.

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Sports journalism college scholarship for Connecticut h.s. student

The Connecticut Sports Writers’ Alliance is accepting applications for its annual Bohdan “Bo” Kolinsky Memorial Journalism Scholarship.

Hurry and apply! All applications and supporting materials must be received by 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on Monday, Feb. 6, 2012, or postmarked before 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, 2012.

The scholarship provides a minimum of $1,000 to a secondary school senior from Connecticut who is admitted to an accredited four-year college for studies leading to a career in sports journalism. A winner of the scholarship may apply for increased grants for succeeding years of undergraduate study, provided that he/she meets standards of progress set by the Alliance. A student who remains a Kolinsky Scholar for four years may receive grants totaling $6,500.

For more info and to download an application, visit http://www.ctsportswriters.org/2012_Scholarship_Application.pdf

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