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Multimedia sports reporter — Idaho State Journal

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by JexFraequin, Jul 31, 2014.

  1. JexFraequin

    JexFraequin New Member

    Company: Pioneer Services/Idaho State Journal
    Position: Multimedia sports reporter
    Location: Pocatello, Idaho
    Job Status:Full-time
    Salary: Not Specified

    The Idaho State Journal in Pocatello, Idaho, is looking for a full-time multimedia sports reporter to cover a variety of assignments. The right candidate will be someone who has excellent writing abilities, solid multimedia skills, as well as an interest in covering news and sports. Please mention if you have photo and video abilities as well.

    The right candidate will be someone who has excellent writing abilities and solid multimedia skills.
    The Journal covers Southeast Idaho and this position will involve writing about everything from high school sports and Idaho State University athletics to news stories. The ability to engage with readers using social media (Twitter, Facebook) and video is necessary.

    The right candidate will also be able to post stories, photos and game scores online and quickly switch between web, social media and print platforms. The position comes with excellent benefits and involves night and weekend hours. A strong passion for 21st century journalism is the main requirement of this job. The Journal is a six-day per week daily newspaper that won Associated Press general excellence honors in 2013 and 2011. Pocatello is a city of about 55,000 people in Southeast Idaho within a two to three hour drive of Boise, Salt Lake City and Yellowstone National Park. Pocatello is the home of Division I Idaho State University and the region is an outdoor mecca with some of the nation's best mountain biking, hunting, fishing and winter sports. Candidates should email their resume and work samples to Journal Editor Ian H. Fennell at editor@journalnet.com.
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