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UCF beat writer, Orlando Sentinel

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by RogerSimmons, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. RogerSimmons

    RogerSimmons New Member

    The Orlando Sentinel is looking for a new beat writer to cover the University of Central Florida. If you are a writer who never wants to be beaten on a news story, is committed to total coverage of a beat, knows how to juggle the demands of blogging and social media with hitting print deadlines -- oh, and shooting video, too -- then, you're the type of journalist we're looking for. UCF is located in Orlando, is the second-largest university in the nation and will be joining the Big East next year. It's a great location and a great, newsy beat for the Sentinel. If interested, please send cover letter, resume and at least five recent clips to OrlandoSentinelSportsJobs@gmail.com. We're accepting applications until Friday, Aug. 31 (Hey, it's football season after all. We need to hurry!)

    And for those wondering, this is the position previously held by Iliana Limon Romero, who has been promoted to college sports editor at the Sentinel.
  2. Jeff Winger

    Jeff Winger New Member

    Any update on this one?
  3. mediaguy

    mediaguy Well-Known Member

    Via Twitter, Washington Post's Paul Tenorio has accepted UCF job at Sentinel. '07 Northwestern grad, covered preps at Post.
  4. Harry Doyle

    Harry Doyle Member

    Just want to say all the usual nice things about Tenorio: Talented, hard-working, kind. Also underutilized, IMO, at The Post. He was deserving of a move up, which this is in the sense he'll be covering a college beat. He'll do great things in Orlando. All of it ALMOST makes up for the whole Northwestern thing.
  5. wicked

    wicked Well-Known Member

    Don't know Tenorio, but enjoyed his work in the Post.
  6. bake1234

    bake1234 Member

    Let me echo the good things about Tenorio. Good guy, good reporter. Great hire.
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