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Sports web producer, Arlington, Va.

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by boots, Jun 7, 2007.

  1. boots

    boots New Member

    Washingtonpost.com is seeking a full-time Web producer to help publish sports news and features online. This is an entry-level position in the washingtonpost.com newsroom, reporting to the Sports Editor. The job demands the highest attention to detail, demonstrated professional news judgment, an ability to respond quickly and effectively to high-pressure breaking news situations, and strong collaboration and communication skills.

    -Producing and enhancing sports articles from The Washington Post and wire services.

    -Editing, producing online-only content

    -Research, caption writing and production for photos, photo galleries

    -Contributing to the planning and production of special projects

    -Contributing to daily newsroom planning meetings

    The person who fills this position may also be expected to occasionally perform other duties in support of washingtonpost.com’s overall news coverage. Must be willing to work nights and/or weekends.


    -Demonstrated understanding of Sports news.

    -Facility with online editing and publishing tools, and ability to adapt quickly to changing industry.

    -Strong news judgment and attention to detail.

    -Good work ethic and self-starting attitude.

    -Strong interpersonal communication and collaboration skills.

    -College degree. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to editorialjobs@wpni.com
  2. Kar33mSkyhook

    Kar33mSkyhook Member

    Looks like a lot of work for an entry-level job. Does anyone know a ballpark range of pay?
  3. Hoopsfan23

    Hoopsfan23 New Member

    my resume is in. I'd work for the Post at the drop of a hat.
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