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CNHI Sports Indiana

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by George Bremer, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. George Bremer

    George Bremer New Member

    Indiana University/Big Ten reporter

    CNHI Sports Indiana seeks an energetic and versatile sports journalist to cover Indiana University basketball, the Big Ten conference and other sports stories of statewide interest, including NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis.

    The journalist will be based in Bloomington and will also produce a weekly Big Ten Notebook and a column on topics of interest to print and digital audiences for 13 newspapers across Indiana. Candidates should be adept reporters/writers who know how to develop sources and find the most interesting stories, and they should be active on social media and comfortable doing podcasts and shooting video.

    Email: george.bremer@heraldbulletin.com
     
  2. playthrough

    playthrough Moderator Staff Member

    Terry Hutchens' old job. Darn it.
     
  3. MSUgrad

    MSUgrad Member

    Any update on this one?
     
  4. George Bremer

    George Bremer New Member

    We are in the process of interviewing our initial group of finalists now.
     
  5. Mwilliams685

    Mwilliams685 Active Member

  6. Twirling Time

    Twirling Time Well-Known Member

    Too bad can’t “fix” tweets. More like “excited for the opportunity to live off bologna sandwiches and get paid 40 hours for working 60 while getting furloughed 4 weeks a year.”
     
  7. HappyCurmudgeon

    HappyCurmudgeon Active Member

    Good for Kevin, he covered Gator hoops for the Gainesville Sun for long time. Definitely has a passion for the sport.
     
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