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Universal desk/Night sports editor in Las Vegas

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Bill Bradley, Jun 8, 2020.

  1. Bill Bradley

    Bill Bradley New Member

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal is seeking a copy editor with strong sports experience — especially in regard to the NFL and NHL — for its universal desk. Experience editing news, business and features copy is a plus, but the premium for this position is on sports expertise. The ideal candidate can write catchy headlines, catch mistakes others miss, quickly compile roundups and turn around a late-breaking, section-front story in a matter of minutes. The candidate should also have the ability to take on special projects — such as special sections and books — work with others to plan sections and coordinate copy flow for print, digital and other platforms. Applicants should have a minimum of five years of experience as a copy editor at a mid-size to metro daily newspaper. Familiarity with The Associated Press Stylebook is a must.

    Send resume and work samples to msymes@reviewjournal.com.
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