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Seeking sports reporter | Sidney, Montana

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by SFIND, Aug 1, 2016.

  1. SFIND

    SFIND Well-Known Member

    JournalismJobs.com - Job Listing - Seeking Sports Reporter

    The Sidney Herald, located in Sidney, MT, is seeking a full-time sports reporter who can deliver accurate and creative sports stories. Reporting experience is preferred, but we will consider top-notch recent graduates. The ideal candidate should be experienced in sports reporting, covering football, basketball, volleyball, wrestling, track, golf, baseball, swimming and hockey. The candidate should have excellent writing, photography and pagination skills with InDesign. Some video experience is a plus. Most important we seek someone who embraces local sports, can communicate well with people and is open to working flexible hours.

    This position will also assist in the editorial department on special projects, features and some news when available.

    The Sidney Herald is part of Wick Communications, a family owned community news company with 28 newspapers and several specialty publications in 13 states. We offer a competitive wage and an outstanding benefits package. Sidney is a quaint community in a thriving economy where recreational opportunities like hunting, fishing and camping abound in the surrounding area. Checkout www.sidneyherald.com to see more about Sidney and the publication. Please include writing samples with your resume and cover letter to: editor@sidneyherald.com. Relocation assistance is negotiable.
  2. MNgremlin

    MNgremlin Active Member

    This is far-eastern MT, about 10 miles from the ND border.
  3. cjericho

    cjericho Well-Known Member

    Is that a good thing?
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