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Sports editor, Faribault (Minn.) Daily News

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Igor in CT, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Igor in CT

    Igor in CT Member

    If you’re an experienced sports reporter who understands that sports is more than an advances and gamers, we want to talk to you.

    We’re the Faribault Daily News, an award-winning, 5,200 circulation six-day publication an hour south of the Twin Cities on I-35 and we’re looking for a top-notch sports editor.
    Faribault takes its sports seriously, but it embraces far more than traditional athletics. We want someone who can write a great narrative on Friday night’s Falcons football game and then turn around and give readers a strong feature on the local youth hockey club or an enterprising look at a local booster club’s finances from its 990s. We want the complete package: someone who leads with his or her writing, design, photography and multimedia experience.

    Huckle Media, LLC is a family-owned cluster of 15 publications, eight community Web sites and regional magazines. All are aggressive, watchdog-oriented products with newsrooms full of talent. Benefits include health care insurance, vacation and 401k.

    If you’re up to the challenge — and all the rewards that come with it as a small-town sports editor — send a letter outlining your vision of the perfect sports desk, resume, and five writing and design clips to Managing Editor Jaci Smith, Faribault Daily News, 514 Central Ave., Faribault, MN 55021, or via e-mail to jsmith@faribault.com.

    No phone calls, please.
  2. Mark2010

    Mark2010 Active Member

    Not a bad small paper. Chance to do everything from preps to dabble in college/pros in the Twin Cities as time permits. Was very interested in going there before my current job made an offer. Jaci Smith would be a good person to work for.

    Biggest drawback to me was having to shoot most of your own photos.
  3. dkphxf

    dkphxf Member

    Sports reporter at this paper opened: http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=1242967
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