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MiLB.com 30-hour gig

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by OceanLottery, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. OceanLottery

    OceanLottery Member

    Saw this on craigslist (Sorry if it's already on this site. I did a quick search and only saw something from 2007)... Editorial position for their Web site. Must be part-time, since they're saying it's just 30 hours a week. Located in NYC.


    On a side note, has anyone ever had any luck with this jlc@mlb.com e-mail address?
  2. Cousin Jeffrey

    Cousin Jeffrey Active Member

    A good editor with some html background could rise quickly (well, not to any position of power, but to a f/t gig) at mlbam, I'd imagine, knowing people there. it's not a bad job for someone with basic knowledge of grammar, style, etc who needs a gig.
  3. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    These are the same assholes who shed most of their minor league staff last year. And these are the same assholes who "can't afford" to pay interns this year, even though MLB Network prints a billion dollars an hour.

    If you like working for a gutless, spineless, exploitative company that rarely rewards competence, this gig is all yours. Otherwise, fuck them.
  4. seravaf

    seravaf New Member

    What do you think this pays?
  5. GlenQuagmire

    GlenQuagmire Active Member

    How sad. I think you just describe every company still involved in the newspaper business.
  6. SoCalScribe

    SoCalScribe Member

    Thirty hours a week with no benefits is a perfect fit for NYC.
  7. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    Yeah I realized that after I posted it.

    But I have a special contempt for those who choose to act like newspaper barons when they AREN'T in danger of a self-inflicted demise.
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