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Managing Editor, FoxSports.com

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Satchel Pooch, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. Satchel Pooch

    Satchel Pooch Member

    A pretty big one out in LA:

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    FOXSports.com, a division of Fox Interactive Media, is seeking a Managing Editor to guide and oversee all editorial content for the FOXSports.com on MSN Website: news editors, writers and photo editors ensuring that cohesive, compelling content is delivered to the web in a timely and consistent fashion. He/She will ensure the flawless execution of FOXSports.com's editorial positioning with journalistic integrity and timely and relevant publishing. Responsibilities include collaborating and working closely with Product Management as well as Video Production to ensure the seamless integration of the day's top and breaking news stories to the website.
    Other responsibilities include: - Lead the daily editorial meetings for the creation of the day's website content and take the lead for all 'breaking news' coverage, large events, and develop editorial content and special packages - Provide clear leadership by giving direction and focus each day to the most important sports stories, and ensuring the content has a consistent energy and 'feel' - Manage a team of editors; includes performance management, staffing, training and coaching - Develop exclusive content - Ensure content is always easily consumable, informative and current

    Qualifications/Requirements: Qualified candidates will possess 7+ years of proven leadership and managerial skills including previous direct managerial responsibilities of professional journalists/editors; managing news desk operations, exemplary strategic and operating skills, be an outstanding communicator, both orally and in writing, have the demonstrated ability to work successfully in a challenging and demanding environment, and experience working in the interactive web space. Self-motivation, high energy, superior stamina and a desire to win are required If interested please apply on line for FIM 3818 at www.foxcareers.com
     
  2. fishwrapper

    fishwrapper Active Member

    Take II
    They've done this before, failed and are trying again.
    Last time they left some really good journalists in their wake.
     
  3. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    Seeley has gone to New York/Connecticut to be "coordinating producer" for the revamped nbcsports.com and their Olympic sites and whatever. It's the No. 1 editorial web job at NBC.
     
  4. Pops

    Pops Member

    Correct. The first LA attempt folded awhile back. I know one 25-year vet (one of their head NFL people) who ended up having to move cross-country to take a backup beat job at a market's No. 2 paper. That's a rough move when you think you've jumped on the wave of the future ...
     
  5. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    There's no knowing, of course. But I'd be very surprised if any of the network affiliated sports sites do any major cutting back again anytime soon.
     
  6. jimnorden

    jimnorden Member

    This sounds like a good gig.
     
  7. mediaguy

    mediaguy Active Member

    anybody else hear about hires at the new nbcsports.com? with their nfl presence, i'd imagine they'll put a lot of their coverage on pro football ...
     
  8. Twoback

    Twoback Active Member

    No, haven't heard. Enlighten, please?
     
  9. BMuddMan

    BMuddMan Member

    Understand Comcast is starting a national sports website as well and looking for editors/writers. Also NBC mentioned here is indeed going to launch a Sportsline-type site and has offers to NFL and NASCAR people from what I understand, despite dropping NASCAR TV rights they plan to cover the beat with an establsihed online writer from a pretty big outfit in the picture.
     
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