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Heat backup/GA, Miami Herald

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by ShelbyFoote, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. LemMan

    LemMan Member

    I can verify...Oceanographer is NOT Goodman.
  2. BarbersGmen

    BarbersGmen Member

    Re: Sports reporter, Miami Herald

    Can you elaborate a little on that?
  3. Grey

    Grey Member

    bump! anyone know what's happening here?
  4. Ace

    Ace Well-Known Member

    I heard they are still looking. May start bringing in some candidates soon.
  5. fmrsped

    fmrsped Active Member

    Re: Sports reporter, Miami Herald

    I'm guessing one of those papers might be a shop with which Spnited is uh, familiar, given the assertiveness of his post? Am I barking up the wrong tree spnited?
  6. Oceanographer

    Oceanographer New Member

    Hmmm ... Joseph Goodman has written eight stories this week, all from the summer league in Orlando, writing about the Heat.

    And that's 120 percent accurate.
  7. goodman's awfully young. done some good stuff, done some rough stuff.

    if he gets the job, it's because of budget.

    as in: sarah rothschild.

    decent enough writer, i guess, if that's what you want.

    bottom line, though, is this: the herald is going the Young Cheap Route these days.

    and, no, i don't work there. but my buddy sure does............and not much longer, at that.
  8. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    And at least seven stories too many.
  9. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    Thanks, Joe-ceanographer.
  10. Boss Hog

    Boss Hog New Member

    Any news on this one?
  11. deportes

    deportes Member

    by the way, if you ever interview with the miami herald's sports editor, don't call him HOR-hay. he goes by george. just a heads up.
  12. Well-played, well-played.
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