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U of Florida beat writer, Tampa Tribune

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by playthrough, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. playthrough

    playthrough Moderator Staff Member



    If you’re energetic, aggressive and a little fearless, this is the job for you. The University of Florida is one of the elite college programs in the nation with an insatiable following of fans in our readership. The beat is ultra-competitive so sharp news instincts and the drive to get the story first are a must. We want a writer with flair, who can deliver the nuts and bolts but who also has an eye for the offbeat story. We also want someone who will embrace our multimedia environment and think of ways to maximize our partnerships with TBO.com and WFLA-TV.

    Candidates must have at least five years' experience at a medium- to large-sized daily newspaper. Experience on a college beat is strongly preferred.

    Contact Kim Pendery, Senior Editor/Multimedia Sports, at kpendery@tampatrib.com.
  2. Chi City 81

    Chi City 81 Guest

    Mizzou was ... right? :-\
  3. playthrough

    playthrough Moderator Staff Member

    Mizzou didn't have the goods :D
  4. What about Staples?
  5. Think they would consider a news reporter?
  6. sportsnut

    sportsnut Member

    I am confused do they want a sports reporter to cover University of Florida Sports or do they want someone to cover the entire university??? I mean going to board meetings and writing about crime that happens on campus??

    Call me an idiot I just wanted to make sure.
  7. sports.
  8. Chi City 81

    Chi City 81 Guest

    com·ma (plural com·mas)



    1. grammar punctuation mark: a punctuation mark (,) that represents a slight pause in a sentence or is used to separate words and figures in a list

    2. music brief pause or interval: a short pause or interval in a piece of music

    3. zoology
    Same as comma butterfly

    [Late 16th century. Via Latin < Greek komma "piece cut off" < koptein "to cut"]
  9. old_tony

    old_tony Well-Known Member

    And yet he uses multiple question marks. ::)
  10. Mr. Homer

    Mr. Homer Member

    That's a long commute
  11. I'm pretty sure Andy lived in Gainesville.
  12. Mr. Homer

    Mr. Homer Member

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