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Sports reporter - Northampton, MA

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by GazetteMike, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. GazetteMike

    GazetteMike New Member

    The Daily Hampshire Gazette, a 16,000 circulation newspaper serving Hampshire County in western Massachusetts, is seeking a versatile full-time reporter, eager to lead its high school sports coverage online and in print.
    Candidates must be motivated to compete in a competitive market and driven to try new things. Qualified candidates must show a willingness to write beyond the box score, a proficiency in multimedia and social media, and a knowledge of AP style.
    Experience at a daily newspaper and knowledge of InCopy and InDesign is a plus. Position includes at least one shift with page design and copy editing duties.
    Salary is negotiable. Deadline to apply is Oct. 25.
    Send resume, 3-5 writing samples as well as 2-3 page designs to Mike Moran, sports editor, 115 Conz Street, Northampton, MA 01060. Email is mmoran@gazettenet.com. Fax: 413-585-5299. No calls please.
    The Gazette is owned by Newspapers of New England Inc. and publishes six times a week. The sports department covers 13 high schools, two prep schools and four colleges, including Division I University of Massachusetts.
  2. kkoczwara

    kkoczwara Member

    Great paper in a great area.
  3. Songbird

    Songbird Well-Known Member

    You are correct. Several colleges. Vibrant night life. Artsy.
  4. rdmurray

    rdmurray New Member

    I interned here in college. Staff is friendly and helped me a lot to get to where I am now. The HS beat writer left to take a job at Masslive/The Springfield Republican. It's a bigger paper.
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