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Sports reporter, Ashland, Oregon

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Double-T, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. Double-T

    Double-T New Member

    The Ashland Daily Tidings (www.dailytidings.com) seeks a full-time sports reporter. Sports beat focuses on Ashland High School and Southern Oregon University. Will also do occasional general assignment reporting. Strong writing-on-deadline experience required. Experience with photography and videos a plus.

    The Tidings and its sister paper, the Mail Tribune (www.mailtribune.com), serve the beautiful Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon, where outdoor and cultural amenities abound. The publications are under new ownership dedicated to expanding digital offerings, delivering news and information to consumers on whatever platforms they prefer.

    We offer a competitive benefits package, vacation and sick leave, plus a supportive environment for reporters to develop their talents. Experienced reporters preferred, but strong entry level candidates will be considered. Salary $26-31K.

    Please send cover letter, resume and five of your best clips to Tidings Editor Bert Etling at betling@dailytidings.com. The Tidings covers Ashland, Oregon; its sister paper, the Mail Tribune, is based in Medford and covers Jackson County.
  2. Editude

    Editude Active Member

    I never worked there but spent many years in the area. Ashland is a lovely, almost sophisticated town (Shakespeare is all over the place) with four mildish seasons -- but it is quite pricey for Southern Oregon. Medford is a few freeway stops north, with all the big-box retail and mid-level things to do. Good access to health care, and the outdoors is accessible and usable most months of the tear. Airport is small but has commercial flights. Ashland High has support and is pretty good in its conference, which is one level lower than the big schools (like both Medford schools). SOU has a powerhouse football team in NAIA.
  3. HanSenSE

    HanSenSE Well-Known Member

    I keep picturing the delivery people singing "Good Tidings we bring, to you and your kin ..." [/christmasmusicoverload]
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