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Sports Reporter - Springfield, Mass.

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Zads07, Oct 1, 2018.

  1. Zads07

    Zads07 Member

    JournalismJobs.com - Job Listing - Sports Reporter


    MassLive is seeking a part-time Sports Reporter to cover high school sports digitally by breaking news on the beat, producing slide shows and photo galleries to highlight athletes in the high school sports community throughout Massachusetts and providing live coverage of major high school events. Every candidate should have a proven track record of identifying, reporting, and writing top-notch investigative pieces that promote social engagement. The ideal candidate puts forth story ideas; enjoys engaging with readers and the high school community; and publishes video pieces from a mobile phone.

    The Reporter will be required to live in the Greater Springfield area and work 28 hours per week, including nights and weekends.

    The right candidate understands the importance of breaking news quickly and accurately, is versatile, and can add depth and a human perspective to news stories. Candidates should also be able to balance day-to-day news coverage with longer-term enterprise projects.

    We are paving the way for the future of digital news, yet we remain grounded in the ethics of solid journalism.

    MassLive.com is the number one news and information web site for Western Massachusetts and provides an essential 24/7 news, information and social interaction network. As an organization we aim to inform, engage and entertain, as well as promote active participation in the exchange of news and ideas because knowledge improves people's lives. We embrace new ideas and innovation

    MassLive.com is a part of Advance Local, one of the largest media groups in the United States, which operates the leading news and information companies in more than 25 cities, reaching 50+ million people monthly with our quality, real-time journalism and community engagement. Our company is built upon the values of Integrity, Collaboration, Accountability, Fearlessness, and Customer Focus. For more information about Advance Local, please visit www.advancelocal.com.

    Advance Local is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, physical or mental impairment, sexual orientation, marital status or any other category protected under federal, state or local l
  2. Potter

    Potter Member

    Is it actually 28 hours per week, or paid for 28 hours with no benefits while working more than a full-time schedule?
  3. mn67

    mn67 New Member

    "paving the way for the future of digital news"

    ...with part-time jobs? Word.
  4. October Jones

    October Jones New Member

    Most of the positions on the staff are fulltime. The person who'd held this job was just promoted to fulltime.
  5. SoloFlyer

    SoloFlyer Active Member

    No one should take a job with the promise of a promotion in due time. Even if you have the promise in writing from the head honchos.
    BurnsWhenIPee likes this.
  6. Nathan Foutnier

    Nathan Foutnier New Member

    Conor Ryan just announced he's leaving MassLive to be the Bruins beat writer for the Boston Sports Journal. Is this his old job? If so, according to his Twitter feed I don't know how's it's only 28 hours. Some days it seems like he was covering the four pro Boston teams in some sort of fashion, other days he was covering high school sports in Western Massachusetts.
  7. JimPignatiello

    JimPignatiello New Member

    Conor was full time. The part-timer was promoted into his spot. Her replacement is the open position at the top of this thread. And it is a legit 28 hours per week (and also includes benefits).
    October Jones likes this.
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