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Sports reporter -- Jefferson City (Mo.) News Tribune

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by boundforboston, Jan 5, 2015.

  1. The Jefferson City News Tribune has an immediate opening for a reporter to cover high school sports in Missouri’s Capital City. There’s a high interest in sports in Mid-Missouri, with 27 high schools in our coverage area, as well as a Division II university in the city. We’re looking for someone who loves to report, write and has design skills. If interested, drop us an e-mail immediately. The job search ends Jan. 30. Send a cover letter, resume, work samples and references to Managing Editor Gary Castor at gary@newstribune.com.

  2. BurnsWhenIPee

    BurnsWhenIPee Well-Known Member

    Decent gig, can pile up a lot of decent clips quickly. Good people to work with, and last I heard its relatively stable (family owned and not a chain).

    Any idea who left or is leaving? They've had a ton of stability there in sports.
  3. Sports Guy

    Sports Guy Member

    Journalismjobs.com thread had it paying only $20 to $25K ...
  4. HandsomeHarley

    HandsomeHarley Well-Known Member

    Only $20 to $25K?

    Shit, most medium- to small-sized newspapers only pay their sports editors $25K.
  5. Sports Guy

    Sports Guy Member

    I don't make less than $30K at a mid-size, and I don't live in Calif., or NY or Fla.
  6. HandsomeHarley

    HandsomeHarley Well-Known Member

    I haven't found an opening anywhere in a six-state area that pays the SE more than $25K. Some were as low as $18 K and they wouldn't budge, even for a 16-year veteran who redesigned an entire paper almost by himself.
  7. eclapt44

    eclapt44 Member

    Maybe you should start looking for an SE job anywhere but those six states. For 25K or 18K, I'd find a new profession.
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