May 31, 2010

Reporter openings @ Boston suburbs newspaper

Norwood News, a new monthly newspaper located in the Boston suburbs, seeks local writers and reporters. "Prefer current or past resident or knowledge of the Norwood area," the ad states. "Immediate positions open." E-mail your resume to Massachusetts 5311005

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May 30, 2010

Legal journalism job in Delaware

Portfolio Media, which owns a variety of legal news publications and websites, seeks a reporter to cover Delaware courts. Job pays $42,000 annually. plus bonus eligibility, and includes benefits.

"The Delaware reporter will be responsible for keeping track of events in these courts, attending selected events, communicating with editors about which events to attend, and filing 3 news stories per day on court events attended," the ad states. "Candidate will be trained to cover legal topics, and no legal degree or experience is required. However, work experience as a reporter and strong reporting, writing and analytical abilities are required to succeed in this job."

Applicants should have two-plus years reporting experience or a graduate degree in journalism or law. Send cover letter (embedded in e-mail) with resume (attached in Word format) to Your e-mail's subject line should read "Reporter-DECL".
Delaware 5301003

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Reporter @ USA Today

USA Today has a news reporter opening. 

Applicants should have "at least five years of national or major metro reporting experience," the ad states. "Interested college graduates should have demonstrated ability to break major stories, produce compelling enterprise and write tightly constructed stories for online and print. Experience writing effective government watchdog stories, producing articles with impact, working with databases and using alternative storytelling techniques, such as video or Web-based graphics, is a plus."

Send cover letter, resume and five best clips to Standards & Recruitment Editor Brent Jones at, DC5301001

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May 29, 2010

Editorial asst. @ Northern Virginia magazine

Northern Virginia Magazine, a high-end regional glossy magazine, seeks an editorial assistant for its print publication, website and social media components.

Responsibilities include: Copy edit stories from staff and contributing writers; research and write short items, with some feature writing possible; assist with monthly production of magazine; update social media outlets; provide general editorial support to

Send your resume, cover letter, salary history (with compensation requirements) and three clips to (Subject Line: Editorial Assistant).
Washington, DC 5291002

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Part-time sports reporter @ Conn. newspaper chain

Shore Publishing, a newspaper chain on Connecticut's shoreline, seeks part-time, multi-beat sports writer. If interested, e-mail your resume and writing sample to Sports Editor Jennifer McCulloch at Connecticut 5291001

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May 28, 2010

Entry-level sports reporter job in Calif.

The Los Banos Enterprise, a weekly community newspaper in the Central Valley of California, seeks a full-time sports reporter.

"This is an entry level position for someone that is passionate about sports and possesses sports knowledge in a variety of sports," the ad states. "Journalism grads would be preferred, however, some journalism classes and experience working on a college newspaper will be considered."

By June 18, apply online.
California 5261001

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May 27, 2010

D.C. correspondent for Asian newswire

The Central Asia Newswire, a new international news organization specializing in the coverage of the former Soviet Republics of Central Asia, seeks a full-time, Washington, D.C.-based reporter.

"Scour the internet daily for the latest news from the region to produce daily briefs," the ad states. 
"You will also be responsible for a small amount of enterprise reporting when applicable. The position includes the strong likelihood of international travel and overseas reporting experience. We are seeking an early-to-mid-career journalist to grow with us." 

Applicants should have 2+ years reporting experience or a master's degree in journalism. Send a short cover letter, your resume and two short clips to
Washington, D.C. 5261001

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May 25, 2010

Entry-level TV sports reporter in Calif.

KIEM-TV News Channel 3, NBC's affiliate in Eureka, Calif., seeks an part-time entry-level spports reporter.

The position is for 20 hours per week and requires journalism and videography skills. The reporter will shoot and edit their own sports stories.

Send resume to Sports Director, KIEM-TV, 5650 S. Broadway, Eureka, CA 95503. Or e-mail to Sportsreporte[at]
California 5251001

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May 24, 2010

Entry-level reporter @ Long Island newspaper

The Long Island Advance, a small weekly newspaper located in Sayville, N.Y., seeks a reporter. "Journalism Degree and experience preferred," the ad states. E-mail resume to, or call (631) 475-1000, ext. 28
New York 5241001

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Editorial researcher @ S.F. Business Times

The San Francisco Business Times seeks a full-time editorial researcher to handle its popular Top 25 lists that appear weekly in the newspaper's print edition and annually in its Book of Lists.

"We're looking for a well-organized person who can research everything from the Bay Area’s top commercial real estate firms to its largest wineries, then organize it in a clear, accurate, readable format," the ad states. "The researcher will also organize and oversee a selection of more extensive annual research projects the paper produces, including issues on the fastest-growing private companies, largest corporate philanthropists, and top women-owned businesses."

Send brief cover letter and resume to Editor Steve Symanovich at

California 5231003

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Journalism jobs @ N.J. newspapers

Recorder Community Newspapers, a chain of weekly newspapers in Northern Jersey, seeks reporters and editors to provide municipal coverage for its print editions and websites.

Send cover letter, resume, clips and salary requirements to
New Jersey 5231002

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Entry-level reporter job @ NYC area newspaper

The Belleville Times, a weekly newspaper located in Northern Jersey about 30 mins. from Manhattan, seeks a reporter to cover an assigned beat, municipal and school board meetings, as well as other board assignment.

"Our ideal candidate will have a college degree and proven journalism experience," the ad states. 

Send resume and clips to New Jersey 5231001

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May 21, 2010

Online summer college course in media law

This summer, you can earn 3 college credits studying media law -- all while tanning on the beach or lounging in your living room.

I'm teaching an online course on "Free Speech, Media Law and Democracy" through Adelphi University, where I'm 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, cyberspace issues and other media law issues from a lawyer and former journalist.

For more info, click here or contact me. Deadline to register is May 28.

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Online summer college course in journalism

This summer, you can earn 3 college credits studying journalism and newswriting -- all while tanning on the beach or lounging in your living room.

I'm teaching an online course on "Writing for Newspapers" (a.k.a. Newswriting) through Adelphi University, where I'm a professor. The 3-credit class features 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 8-week course, students learn how to report, interview, write and revise news stories. Students will be assigned to cover real news stories and will receive detailed feedback. In the past, students have had articles published in the Minneapolis Star Tribune,Newsday, Charleston (S.C.) Post & Courier and other newspapers.

For more info, click here or contact me. Deadline to register is May 28.

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9-month paid internship @ PC World magazine

PC World, a 1 million-circulation global computing magazine, is offering a paid editorial internship. The position is 20 hours per week, will last six to nine months and is based in San Francisco.

"The intern will be tasked with assisting lab staff with their daily tasks, helping to evaluate computer hardware, writing for, the Business Center, and PCWorld in print, and studio photography assistance," the ad states. "The intern will also pitch, research and write blog entries and product reviews as well as participating in PCWorld’s Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking efforts."

Applicants who are currently enrolled in a college journalism or writing program are preferred, though students in any discipline, along with recent graduates or career changers will also be considered.

Submit a resume, cover letter and sample of your writing to, and reference ‘Lab Intern’ in the subject.
California 5181005

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6-month paid internships @ Wired magazine

Wired, a 700,000-circulation magazine that covers how technology affects culture, the economy, and politics, is offering extended paid internships.

The full-time positions last 6 months, pay $12 per hour and are based in San Francisco. Openings include:

  • Reporting intern: "This position is best suited to a college graduate with entry-level reporting and writing experience in the field of journalism. Responsibilities include pitching ideas to Start section editors and assisting them with research and special projects. The reporting intern is especially involved in idea generation for recurring Start items such as Q & A, Alpha Geek, Best lists, and so on. There are light administrative duties as well, such as mailing, updating databases, and preparing for section meetings."
  • General Edit intern: "This position is ideal for a recent college graduate with some journalism experience (e.g. previous internship, school paper). Geek-savvy pop culture knowledge is a must. The job involves fielding all of the email, mail, faxes, and phone submissions received by the editorial department. This intern is also charged with mailing issues to authors and helping with stories in the Play section of the magazine. Knowledge of GarageBand and a passion for music is a plus."
  • Gadgets intern: "This position is best suited to a recent college graduate with a strong interest in gadgets, consumer electronics, and technology. Responsibilities include reviewing products for and assisting with the production of our GadgetLab blog. Interns also assist with research for special product packages. This is a great opportunity to get your hands on the latest tech gear before everyone else does. There are light clerical duties as well, such as responding to story and product pitches, and ordering products for review."
  • Research intern: "This position is for someone with great reporting skills and a supreme attention to detail -- ideally a college graduate with prior fact-checking or professional reporting experience. The primary duty is checking the accuracy of magazine content. In this capacity, the research intern works closely with senior editors, copy editors, designers, photo editors, and writers, primarily on the magazine’s Play section, so an affinity for geeky pop culture is a plus. Other responsibilities include Nexis searches and filing copies of magazines."
By May 27, e-mail a cover letter and resume within the body of an email message to Do not send attachments; they won't be read. Put your name and which internship you're applying for in the subject line of the email. You may only apply for one position; however, you will be considered for others as the editors deem appropriate. No phone calls.

California 5181003

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Entry-level reporter @ Bay Area newspaper

The Menlo Park (Calif.) Almanac, a weekly 17,500-circulation newspaper located near Stanford in the Bay Area, seeks a full-time news reporter. 

"You will have plenty of opportunity to cover and write about local news, people and issues for our weekly community newspaper and daily e-mail news report," the ad states. "You will work with great editors and experienced reporters, and will be encouraged to help shape our coverage and pitch story ideas. You will get to know the inner workings of city government and the community as a whole in great depth." 

E-mail your cover letter and resume, along with three clips, to:
California 5181002

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Political journalism job in D.C.

The Hotline, a daily political news briefing published by the National Journal, seeks a full-time staff writer.

"Armed with a passion for politics, both on and off the campaign trail, all candidates should have a 4-year degree, some experience in politics or political journalism, and an alarm clock to cope with the 6 a.m. start time," the ad states. "Other necessary qualifications include: strong political news judgment; quick and accurate editing/writing skills; thorough attention to detail; a deep knowledge of the national and state-level political landscape; the ability to multi-task with little-to-no supervision; a strong work ethic and motivation to succeed; a positive, good-natured, energetic attitude; a commitment to nonpartisan reporting and writing; and, of course, a great sense of humor."

Send a cover letter, resume and sample clips to:
Washington, DC 5181001

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May 17, 2010

Entry-level TV news producer in Pittsburgh

WTAE-TV, ABC's affiliate in Pittsburgh, is seeking a part-time, entry-level associate news producer.  

"This is an entry-level position for an aspiring newscast producer," the ad states. "Heavy emphasis on news writing, graphic orders and video selection. Must be comfortable with intense deadline pressure and a high-energy environment. Must be well-versed in local and national news stories. You may work long hours, nights, and/or weekends, but you'll learn newscast producing from one of the most creative producing shops in the country. Involves occasional work on the assignment desk."

Send resume, cover letter, and at least four broadcast writing news samples to Code: AP-050410-PTC, c/o: WTAE-TV, 400 Ardmore Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15221.
Pennsylvania 5171001

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May 16, 2010

Entry-level TV reporter in Pennsylvania

WGAL, NBC's affiliate in Lancaster, Pa., seeks an part-time multimedia journalist.

"The person hired for this new position will work at different times as an on-air reporter, photographer, and writer for broadcast and on-line platforms," the ad states. "The successful candidate will work a variety of shifts including nights and weekends. They will work as part of a traditional news crew on some evenings and weekends. They will also be asked to shoot, write and edit stories at other times ... Some experience is preferred but exceptional entry-level candidates will be considered."

Send resume and DVD to: Dan O'Donnell, News Director, WGAL-TV, 1300 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17604.
Pennsylvania 5151001

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May 12, 2010

Entry-level-reporter job @ Pennsylvania newspaper

The Pottsville Republican-Herald, a daily newspaper in Pennsylvania, seeks a full-time general assignment reporter.

"The ideal candidate will be able to juggle daily news coverage and general assignment reporting with enterprise," the ad states. "Daily experience is preferred, but we will consider entry-level reporters with journalism backgrounds."

Send resume and work samples to: Pete Banko, Editor, Republican-Herald, 111 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, PA 17901. Or e-mail by May 20.
Pennsylvania 5121002

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May 11, 2010

Paid journalism internship @ NYC real estate magazine

The Real Deal, a 60,000-circulation news magazine covering New York City real estate, is seeking a paid summer intern.

"The internship will provide real reporting experience, and will include research and writing," the ad states. "Monthly stipend provided. Hours are flexible, but interns are expected to work three hours a day at least three days per week."

Send resume and clips to editor Stuart W. Elliott at
New York 511108723

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Investigative reporter @ Colorado Springs Independent

The Colorado Springs Independent, a growing, 17-year-old alternative newsweekly, seeks a news/investigative reporter.

"If you’re driven and experienced, believe in great local journalism, understand what the alt world stands for, and want to work with an award-winning, progressive staff in one of the most beautiful, conservative and fast-growing mid-sized cities (625,000 population) in the Rocky Mountain region, we want to talk to you," the ad states. "A minimum of 2 to 3 years experience is required, and altweekly experience is preferred."

Send a letter, résumé and clips to No phone calls.
Colorado 5111020

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Paid internship @ NYC parenting magazine

Kiwi, a parenting magazine based in New York City, is offering two paid editorial internships this summer. Interns will receive a stipend and have the opportuniy to write articles.

Send a resume and cover letter to Amy Beal at
New York 5101014

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Entry-level reporter @ San Antonio area newspaper

The Lytle (Tex.) Leader News, a small weekly newspaper located 20 minutes from the San Antonio Riverwalk, seeks a full-time general assignment reporter.

"We’d like someone who has some layout experience, but it’s not required," the ad states. "We have a strong focus on news, but features and photography are important. We embrace our role in your career as a stepping stone to bigger and better things and have a lot to teach if you’re willing to learn."

Fax your resume and clips to Reagon Clamon at (830) 709-0067 or e-mail them to
Texas 5111010

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Reporters @ Memphis Commercial Appeal

The Memphis Commercial Appeal, a 148,000-circulation daily newspaper in Tennessee, is hiring beat reporters.

"If you have the drive to cover a beat thoroughly, break news, and know how to quickly get command of a new beat whether it be City Hall, county government, the courts, schools or higher education, please send a resume and copies of your best beat reporting," the ad states.

Apply online.
Tennessee 5111044

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Reporter @ Daytona Beach area newspaper

The Hometown News, a weekly community newspaper chain in Florida, is looking for a staff writer and freelancers for its Volusia County newspapers. 

"Will be responsible for reporting and writing 5 to 7 stories a week," the ad states. "Must be able to write hard news, features and business stories."

Send resumes and clips (not links to Web sites) to No phone calls. Florida 5111023

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Staff writer @ Miami New Times

Miami New Times, an alternative weekly newspaper in Florida, seeks a fulltime staff writer.

"We are looking for a reporter with the writing skills necessary to produce both long-form magazine-style stories and contributions to our news blog, Riptide 2.0," the ad states. "If your copy is as much a pleasure to read as it is well researched, we want to hear from you."

Send your best clips, a résumé and a cover letter to:
Florida 5111019

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Reporter @ So. Calif. newspaper

The Imperial Valley Press, a 15,000 circulation daily newspaper in Imperial County in Southern California, seeks a general assignment reporter.

"Daily newspaper experience is preferred," the ad states. "We are an English-language newspaper, but any candidate must be able to speak, read and write in Spanish. We're looking to fill post immediately."

Send a cover letter, resume and clips to Imperial Valley Press Assistant Editor Richard Brown via e-mail at or by standard mail to 205 N. 8th St., El Centro, CA 92243.  
California 5111017

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Entry-level features reporter @ L.A. newspaper

The Antelope Valley Press, a daily newspaper in the high desert of Los Angeles County, is seeking a reporter to produce comprehensive daily and weekly news reports about all aspects of entertainment and the arts as they relate to the local coverage area.

"Degree in journalism or related field with daily experience preferred," the ad states. "Will consider talent from excellent weeklies and/or exceptional recent graduate. Full time; some night and weekend work. Compensation negotiable; excellent benefits."

Send resume with clips and references to Antelope Valley Press, Attn: Personnel, P.O. Box 4050, Palmdale, CA, 93590-4050, fax to (661) 267-4284, or e-mail to
California 5111016

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Reporter @ Austin area newspaper

The Taylor Daily Press, a community newspaper located near Austin, Texas, seeks a full-time reporter.

"This position requires a well-rounded approach to community news, primarily covering local schools and student news, as well as writing community features," the ad states. "Photography skills important."

Send resume and three writing samples to or mail to 211 W. Third St., Taylor, TX 76574, attn. Mike Eddleman.
Texas 511109

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Entry-level reporter @ Ft. Worth area newspaper

The Weatherford Democrat, a 5,000-circulation daily in the Fort Worth, Texas area, seeks an entry level reporter.

"We need someone who can wear a lot of different hats – reporter, copy editor, some page layout," the ad states. "The ideal candidate has some experience with InDesign, and loves to write featuare stories, hard news stories and cover a beat. This position also works with contributed copy and correspondents and will be involved in all aspects of content in our seven-person newsroom."

E-mail resumes to, or mail them to Steve Boggs, Weatherford Democrat, 512 Palo Pinto St., Weatherford, TX. 76086
Texas 5111011

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Entry-level reporter @ N.C. newspaper

The Elkin (N.C.) Tribune, a community newspaper is the North Carolina foothills, seeks an entry level reporter.

"We are looking for someone who can cover a beat, tell a story, take a decent photo and break news on the web," the ad states. "Great entry level position ... Recent college graduates encouraged to apply."

Send cover letter, resume and clips to Cliff Clark, Editor, The Tribune, Elkin, N.C. 28621 or to
North Carolina 511108

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Entry-level sports reporter @ Bay Area newspaper

The Martinez News-Gazette, a thrice-weekly newspaper in the Bay Area, is seeking a full time staff reporter. 

"The reporter will be required to report on a variety of beats from local politics to lifestyle pieces, however the writer's first priority will be to cover local sports from high school sports to the Martinez Bocce League," the ad states.  "Experience with Quark layout is required. Must know AP Style."

Send resume and two samples of your work to


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Paid internship @ education website

Inside Higher Ed, a news website about higher education with 650,000 unique monthly visitors, is seeking at least one intern to join its reporting staff for the summer. Pay is $2,000 per month and position is based in Washington, DC.

"We treat our interns like our staff reporters -- they report and write full time," the ad states. "Candidates should have at least two years of college journalism experience, ideally at a daily, and preferably some professional internship experience as well."

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and five strong clips to or to the address below.

Intern search
Attn: Doug Lederman
Inside Higher Ed
1320 18th Street, N.W., Fifth Floor
Washington, DC 20036

Washington, DC

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Sports/news reporter @ N.C. newspaper

The Tryon Daily Bulletin, a small daily newspaper in Western North Carolina, is seeking a full-time sports and news reporter to cover two high schools and various news beats. Send a resume and cover letter to Jeff Byrd, Tryon Daily Bulletin, 16 N. Trade St., Tryon, NC 28782. North Carolina 511106

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Bay Area weekly newspaper seeks reporter

The River News-Herald, a weekly newspaper in the Bay Area, is seeking a full-time general assignment reporter.

"The reporter will be required to report on a variety of beats from local politics to lifestyle pieces and local sports," the ad states.

Send resume and two samples of your work to


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May 10, 2010

Freelance reporters @ Long Island newspaper chain

Anton Community Newspapers, a chain of weekly newspapers in Nassau County, about 30 minutes east of Manhattan, seeks freelancers to cover general assignment news stories for the Mineola American and Three Village Times. You'll be covering community news like board meetings, school events, etc.

Pay is $30 per story and $7 per photograph. To apply, send a cover letter, resume and writing samples to editor Rich Forestano at

New York

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May 8, 2010

Entry-level TV reporter in Arkansas

40/29 News, the Hearst ABC Affiliate in Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas, seeks a multimedia journalist.

"The ideal candidate will be an exceptional storyteller, shoot and edit their own video and be a web champion," the ad states. "He or she will bring enterprise stories to the table each day, have a passion for the news and a great style presenting it. A college degree and previous on-air experience is a plus."

E-mail resume, cover letter, references and demo reel to: Or send by mail to: 40/29 News Dawn R. Dugle, News Director 2809 Ajax Ave. #200 Rogers, AR 72758 No phone calls.
Arkansas 581064

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Business reporter @ Oregon newspaper

The Corvallis Gazette-Times, an 11,000-circulation daily in the mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon, is seeking a business reporter who can also help with developing the newspaper's website.

"Ideal experience would include some work experience with a daily newspaper and some experience with multimedia journalism," the ad states. "Specific business beat experience would be helpful, but is not essential."

Send a cover letter, a resume and samples of work both written stories and multimedia. Deadline for applications is 5 p.m., Friday, May 21.

Oregon 571016

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May 7, 2010

1-year paid internship @ U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report, a one million circulation news magazine, is offering a full-time paid summer internship that "is likely to be extended to 12 months." Position in based in Washington, D.C.

"Duties involve creating editorial content for an interactive-content project and helping to produce the Health & Science Channels on the website," the ad states. "Editorial content generation will require a strong interest in 'news you can use' consumer journalism, especially health- and hospital-related... Web production will require knowledge of (or a willingness and ability to quickly learn) HTML, Photoshop, standard web practices, and how to use a content-management system; copyediting skills and experience in web production are definite pluses. Duties will include uploading photos, video, and articles and blogs to our content-management system; creating widgets, slide shows and splash pages; updating and maintaining science and health pages; selecting new science articles to post online; helping to produce major online rankings projects, and assisting other web producers in updating and maintaining the site."

To apply, contact Avery Comarow, Health Rankings Editor, at

Washington, DC

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Entry-level reporter @ NYC area weekly newspaper

An entry-level reporter is sought to contribute articles to two community newspapers near New York City, Bogota Bulletin and Little Ferry Local. Job includes competitive salary and benefits.

"Our ideal candidate will be a good storyteller with a keen sense for news," the ad states. "This person will cover an assigned beat including municipal and school board meetings, as well as other board assignments. A college degree and proven journalism experience are highly desired."

To apply,  send resume with sample clips to

New Jersey

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Entry-level sports journalist @ N.J. newspaper

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times, a weekly newspaper in Northern Jersey, seeks a sports editor to cover local sporting events. The job pays a "good starting salary," according to the ad.

"Duties include page layout, interaction with photographers and developing feature stories," the ad states. "Requires familiarity with high school, college, and recreational sports. A college degree and proven journalism experience preferred."

To apply, e-mail

New Jersey

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Paid internship @ Seattle area newspaper

The Everett (Wash.) Daily Herald, a 51,000-circulation newspaper about 30 minutes north of Seattle, is offering a paid summer multimedia internship.

Specifically, they're seeking a Web intern to post news, photos and video, write headlines and teasers, moderate comments, and occasionally do general assignment reporting.

Apply online by May 15. Include a cover letter and links to examples of your work, including your personal Website or blog.


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Sports freelancer @ Long Island newspapers

These could be a great opportunities for a young journalist to get clips, build a portfolio and make some cash this summer:

  • Garden City Life, a weekly newspaper about 35 minutes from Manhattan, seeks a freelance reporter to cover local sports. Pay is $30 per story and $7 per photograph. To apply, send a cover letter, resume and writing samples to editor Melissa Argueta at
  • Massapequa Patch, a hyperlocal news site run by AOL, is seeking freelance sportswriters to cover all aspects of Massapequa sports.  "All articles must include photos and a decent digital camera is necessary to write for Patch," the ad states. "If your camera takes video, all the better. Must have a car and be able to work with daily deadline." Pay is per article. E-mail a resume and writing samples to

New York

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Immigration news reporting fellowship

A Long Island-based organization focused on immigration issues is offering two blogging fellowships. The group, Long Island Wins, says it "encourages dialogue about immigration, while advocating for immigration solutions that work for all Long Island residents."

The fellowship will last for six months, and the fellow will receive a $2,500 stipend (or approximately $50 per blog post).

"The fellow, who will work closely with the online editor, will be expected to produce at least two 500- to 800-word posts per week, and devote approximately 12-15 hours per week to the posts," the ad states. "Aside from more topical news stories, the fellow will also develop at least one ongoing investigative story during his or her fellowship. Recent J-school graduates, journalists re-entering the workforce, and established bloggers are all encouraged to apply. Prospective fellows should be based on Long Island, or nearby, and have access to a car."
The deadline for applicants is May 15, 2010, and the fellowship will begin no later than June 1, 2010. E-mail a cover letter, resume, and three published news clips (or other relevant writing samples) to

New York

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