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Notre Dame reporter - Indianapolis Star

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Human_Paraquat, Jul 28, 2016.

  1. Human_Paraquat

    Human_Paraquat Active Member

    Notre Dame sports beat - The Indianapolis Star

    This reporter will own a coveted college beat with a long and rich heritage. This reporter will cover Notre Dame sports -- mainly football and basketball, but also other sports as merited – for the Indianapolis Star, USA Today and four other Indiana properties (Evansville, Lafayette, Muncie and Richmond). The position is based in South Bend, Ind., and will report to the Sports Director in Indianapolis. He or she will produce a high volume of high-value digital content including breaking news, enterprise stories that provide context and analysis, and entertaining features.

    Main Function of the Job: This reporter will develop content that takes advantage of all delivery forms available to us, including social media, mobile, desktop, video, television and print. Researches, writes and reports compelling journalism that continuously grows a fan base by informing and engaging readers. Acts as a public ambassador through community outreach and connects with readers through social media. Provides thoughtful analysis of complex issues. Produces watchdog journalism that leads to change. Works with the content coach, content strategists and audience analysts to shape storytelling to meet audience needs and interests on every platform. Contributes to the community’s greater good through impactful journalism.

    Full job description available at the link above.
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