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From JJobs: Trentonian sports desk job

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by budcrew08, Jun 13, 2007.

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  1. budcrew08

    budcrew08 Active Member

    Release the hounds!! ;D

    Company: The Trentonian
    Position: Sports Copy Editor
    Location: Trenton, New Jersey
    Job Status: Not Specified
    Salary: Not Specified
    Ad Expires: July 17, 2007
    Job ID: 789119

    The Trentonian, a 42,000 daily circulation paper in the capital of the Garden State, is looking for a sports copy editor who has a sharp eye for catching mistakes, cleaning up copy and laying out sports pages that sing. This is an opportunity to work in a competitive sports market and raise your career to the next level.

    The ideal candidate will preferably have experience paginating in a deadline environment. Daily paper experience a plus, but recent college graduates with strong credentials are encouraged to apply. Nights and weekends are required.

    The Trentonian is also looking for a sports agate editor who has an eye for detail when it comes to the numbers of sports. We need someone who can take meticulous care of one of the most comprehensive sports agate packages you'll find at any newspaper. Box scores, leaders, schedules and standings are all an intricate part of our award-winning sports section.

    Please send your resume and layout samples to: Matthew Osborne, Assistant Sports Editor, 600 Perry Street, Trenton NJ, 08618; or e-mail to mosborne@trentonian.com.
  2. Lucas Wiseman

    Lucas Wiseman Active Member

    Since it has been proven in the past that discussion on this topic does not remain civil, this thread has been locked. I will not delete it in case someone is genuinely interested in the job.
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