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Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by wahoo, Dec 1, 2006.

  1. wahoo

    wahoo New Member

    open once again....
  2. wahoo

    wahoo New Member

    That makes 3 in 3 years... Jeff D'Alessio (2004), Ken Bradley (2005) and now Ralph Routon (2006).
  3. Ace

    Ace Well-Known Member

    They need to put a lock on that office.
  4. joe

    joe Active Member

    D'Alessio, Junior if you know him, went to Atlanta, a bit of a step up.
  5. espnguy

    espnguy Member

    Ralph Routon? Not the same RR that spent a long time at Colorado Springs, is it?
  6. wahoo

    wahoo New Member

    Yep, same guy
  7. did ralph find something better to do?
  8. TrojanHorse

    TrojanHorse Guest

    someone tell me what this job is like -- pros and cons, anything else.

    i might take a run at it if there is some upside to it.
  9. wahoo

    wahoo New Member

    Pretty good gig. Pros: coverage of Dolphins, Jags, Bucs, Nationals baseball spring training, NASCAR (just 40 or so miles south of Daytona), UF, FSU, UCF college football, thriving prep scene (20 or so high school football teams). Cons: Gannett paper, small staff, long hours, management?
  10. floridasun

    floridasun Member

    I know a little about this one, if anyone wants to inquire.
  11. boots

    boots New Member

    Great gig but you will conform to the Gannett way.
  12. pipes

    pipes New Member

    To the person offering more information ... I'm listening.
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