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Miami Herald - Miami Heat beat writer

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Cosmo, Sep 3, 2015.

  1. Cosmo

    Cosmo Well-Known Member

  2. boundforboston

    boundforboston Well-Known Member

    This is just a 6.
  3. Donnell Suggs

    Donnell Suggs New Member

  4. Tarheel316

    Tarheel316 Well-Known Member

    Not when you can hang out at South Beach.
  5. Doc Holliday

    Doc Holliday Well-Known Member

    No thanks.
  6. Tarheel316

    Tarheel316 Well-Known Member

    No thanks to the job or South Beach or both?
  7. Doc Holliday

    Doc Holliday Well-Known Member

    The job.

    South Beach I can do anytime. ;)
  8. Riptide

    Riptide Well-Known Member

    The job or the paper?
  9. MileHigh

    MileHigh Moderator Staff Member

    Lots of good folks at the MH, a previous stop for me.
  10. Fran Curci

    Fran Curci Active Member

    What would be a better beat job? Big beat, still a good paper, great market.
  11. BTExpress

    BTExpress Well-Known Member

    It's odd. Miami Herald has had close to a dozen Heat beat writers in the team's 27 seasons.

    Twenty miles to the north, the Sun Sentinel has had . . . one.
  12. Bronco77

    Bronco77 Well-Known Member

    He's also a solid, tenacious reporter who is tough to compete against, which probably helps explain why the Herald has gone through so many beat writers (the Palm Beach Post has had quite a few, too).

    Owners, publishers, top newsroom managers, reporters and copy editors come and go at the Sun Sentinel, but Ira Winderman remains a fixture.
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