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Sports Director, Cincinnati Enquirer and Cincinnati.com

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by MonsterLobster, Sep 17, 2014.

  1. The Enquirer/Cincinnati.com is looking for a dynamic leader for our Sports Media Group, in a great big-league town. You will guide our content and be a full partner with Advertising and Marketing groups to grow audience and revenue. You will be very strategic in leading a team covering the Reds, Bengals, UC, Xavier and high school sports in the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. You will produce content distributed to consumers across multiple mobile apps, desktop site, two daily newspapers and 26 weeklies. http://www.cincinnati.com/sports/

    You will join a team that has won national awards for storytelling, reporting, videos, and digital experience, and one that leads the region in innovation with video programming, hosting live events and podcasts in bars, and creating unique digital content.

    You must be able to lead top-notch journalism. You must have a curiosity about and commitment to our customers’ needs. You must be comfortable using data and working with an analyst and Content Marketing director in the newsroom to shape your decisions. You must be able to lead a team in a fast-moving environment, with an ability to build coalitions. You must be an effective communicator and presenter to internal and external groups.

    As a part of Gannett Co., Inc., the nation's largest media and marketing solutions company, we offer a dynamic, community-focused environment where individuals are rewarded for exceptional performance. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, including health care, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending account, 401(k), paid vacation time, personal and sick leave, and tuition reimbursement. Pre-employment drug testing and background screening are required.

    We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. At Gannett we accept and respect the diversity of everyone. Diversity of experience, culture, education, interests, race and ethnicity, age, socio-economics, physical abilities, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, religion, and other beliefs breed innovation and power ideas. Diversity is the foundation of Gannett.

    More info and application process: https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=Gannett&career_job_req_id=34688&career_ns=job_listing&jobPipeline=Free_SimplyHired
  2. BurnsWhenIPee

    BurnsWhenIPee Well-Known Member

    Has Cincinnati already gone through the "re-apply for your job" garbage that all Gannett sides are going through, or is it still to come?

    If it hasn't happened there yet, I'd go in with eyes wide open on this one. Even if this hire was assured of having a job, you will be viewed in the newsroom as someone who was hired and is being allowed to circumvent the system that the rest of the room is having to go through, and they won't have any guarantees about future employment.

    Expect a very poisonous, back-biting and hostile work environment as peoples' livelihoods and careers are dangling in the balance.
  3. Matt Stephens

    Matt Stephens Well-Known Member

    Cincinnati's sports department does a phenomenal job. Not to take away from the other beats (because I'm most familiar with what the paper does with the Reds), but Cincinnati really inspired a project I've started here that's been a quick success. That sports team does good work.
  4. Riddick

    Riddick Active Member

    Didn't they just hire a sports editor a year or so ago?
  5. BrendaStarr

    BrendaStarr Member

    If they're looking outside the paper then that would suggest they've already done the "re-apply for your job" part. Because if it hadn't been done yet, whoever gets hired would just have to re-apply again.
  6. This may be a digital sports editor position. I believe Creig Ewing is still in charge in Louisville of the print edition and Chris White the digital side of things. But not sure.
  7. steveu

    steveu Well-Known Member

    I think Angel (was it Angel), the previous sports editor in Cincy, left of his own accord to work at another company. I could be wrong.
  8. Fran Curci

    Fran Curci Member

    "We are excited to announce that Angel Rodriguez will join the Washington Post as a mobile editor. Angel will join the teams focused on building out new experiences around our increasingly mobile audience."
  9. bermosk

    bermosk New Member

    Doesn't look like there's anyone in charge of sports in Cincy right now.
  10. wheels89

    wheels89 Member

    Whoever gets hired will be the fifth sports editor since June of 2010, and that is including the interim right now who was the interim for three months during the 2012 search.
    Despite having two pro teams and two colleges, they have less writers than Louisville and Indy. Good writers and people on the desk, but what has caused the past sports editors to depart is the Executive Editor and her No. 2.
    This is who your future boss would be:
  11. cjericho

    cjericho Well-Known Member

    Michelle Malkin is in charge of the Cincinnati Enquirer?
  12. wheels89

    wheels89 Member

    Michelle Malkin is in charge of the Cincinnati Enquirer?
    Do a Google search of Carolyn Washburn and Iowa debate
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