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Sports Producer/Designer, the Sun News -- Myrtle Beach, SC

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by boundforboston, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. boundforboston

    boundforboston Well-Known Member

    The Sun News, an award-winning news operation in Myrtle Beach, S.C. is seeking a hard-working, dynamic and engaged candidate to fulfill the position of part-time Sports Producer. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, have genuine interest in and understanding of sports of all levels, most importantly that of our local high school coverage area, Coastal Carolina and the Horry County golf and recreation scene. This candidate will be called upon to back up the sports editor in daily production of the sports section, and fill in as the lead designer and editor for sports content when necessary. Design, editing and/or reporting experience is required, as well as an understanding and familiarity with social media platforms and content management systems.

    Job Requirements
    Any candidate must be comfortable performing interviews and taking reported scores over the phone, along with performing live coverage from a variety of events.

    The Sun News is a McClatchy Co. news operation with steadily climbing online traffic numbers and constantly evolving digital sophistication. The print publication 26,000 daily and 31,000 Sunday circulation with a combined seven-day online/print reach of 144,200. The Sun News offers a full range of benefits for this full-time position.

    Sports Producer/Designer in US-SC-Myrtle Beach at McClatchy
  2. Greg Johnson

    Greg Johnson New Member

    First graph says part-time and last graph says full-time. Which is it?
  3. steveu

    steveu Well-Known Member

    That was my question too. I think it's a full-time job, part-time producer and part-time designer. Might take a look at it.
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