Entry-level newspaper reporters
Newspapers in Florida, Oregon and Nevada are seeking reporters. If you're a young journalist, these may be places to get your start.
Location: United States
- The Panama City News Herald, a 31,000-circulation daily newspaper in the Florida Panhandle, seeks a reporter. "We want an energetic, enthusiastic, internet-savvy reporter who embraces online-first, multimedia publishing to further our coverage along the World's Most Beautiful Beaches," the ad states. E-mail resumes and clips electronically to Mike Cazalas, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Molalla Pioneer, a weekly newspaper 25 miles from Portland, Oregon, seeks a reporter to cover local sports and community news. Send a cover letter, resume, clips and references to News Editor Bethany Monroe at the Molalla Pioneer, P.O. Box 168, Molalla, OR 97038. Or e-mail: email@example.com and put “Reporter position” in the subject line.
- The Elko Daily Free Press, a 6,000-circulation daily newspaper in northern Nevada, seeks a general assignment reporter. Beats may include education, courts and government. "This is a full-time position with an excellent benefits package" the ad states. E-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Jeffry Mullins, managing editor, Elko Daily Free Press, 3720 Idaho St., Elko, NV 89801.
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