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Sports Writer: The Duncan Banner

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Morris816, Sep 12, 2013.

  1. Morris816

    Morris816 Member

    Passing this on from the Oklahoma Press Association website:

    City: Duncan
    Newspaper: The Duncan Banner
    Salary Range: Negotiable
    Job Description: Help continue the tradition of an award-winning sports section. A promotion has created the opening for a sports writer or assistant sports editor at The Duncan (Okla.) Banner. Our reader friendly package centers on heavy emphasis of eight high schools, comprehensive coverage of active participatory sports, regular updates from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State and a blended digest of national news and personality profiles. Anchored morning print presentation invites the reader in and regular updates on the website keep them current. Photo and page design skills a plus. Our 24,000 Duncan residents enjoy high quality-of-life standards with easy access to Oklahoma City and Dallas.
    Contact: Send resume and clips to Bob Morris at bob.morris@duncanbanner.com or call (580) 255-5354. The Duncan Banner, P.O. Box 1268, Duncan, OK 73534.
     
  2. Morris816

    Morris816 Member

    The position has been filled. John McKelvey, who most recently wrote for the Arizona Republic, has been hired.
     
  3. Posted again: http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=1599627
     
  4. Morris816

    Morris816 Member

    Late in responding but I'll give you some quick info.

    The sports editor position was vacated, to which John McKelvey was promoted, and this is for the sports writer position that opened with his promotion.

    I can share a few details: You will likely focus on the smaller communities that surround Duncan, and there are some quality teams. Marlow has some good programs and the residents are very passionate about most sports. Velma-Alma has some good programs as well, ditto for Empire. During the summer, there are a lot of golf tournaments that take place in the area, so there's plenty to cover then.

    If anyone has other questions, you can PM me.
     
  5. Kmac7

    Kmac7 Member

    CNHI paper
     
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