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Design, Columbus Sports Publications

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by OSUEditor, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. OSUEditor

    OSUEditor New Member

    Columbus Sports Publications is looking for a talented person with design experience to help lay out sports publications covering Ohio State, the Cincinnati Reds and the Columbus Blue Jackets. Anyone interested in this position should know the latest Quark forward and backward, and since we're in the middle of switching to InDesign, a working knowledge of that software would also be helpful (but not absolutely necessary).

    The flagship of CSP is Buckeye Sports Bulletin, which covers Ohio State sports with heavy emphasis on football, men's basketball and football recruiting. It is published 30 times per year -- weekly in football and basketball seasons, once every other week in the spring and monthly in June, July, August and December. Reds Report and Blue Jackets Beat are monthly publications. We also have a fourth in-house pub called Bike Midwest, which covers recreational bicycling.

    You should have at least 2 years experience in design and an interest in sports. But if you're short on experience, we'd still love to talk to you.

    We also have an entry level position open for a writer to cover our various sports teams, so if you're a recent grad or looking to make a change, contact us. Our salary is commensurate to publications our size, and probably even a little bit better than most small dailies around Ohio. We also offer a good benefits package complete with a 401k.

    Any questions or resumes can be sent to mrea@buckeyesports.com. Please put "design position" in the header.
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