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The JobFile                      10/29/10                 

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-- Openings at the Associated Press/Chicago: Experienced video journalist (Job #10034915) who will shoot, edit and file video packages and do live Q&A and audio wraps for AP Radio, as well as text stories; will work with the assignment desk and supervisors to coordinate all content for video and audio packages, assuring a well-told, clear, concise and balanced stories; must monitor breaking news events and deploy accordingly when assigned, pitch stories, plan, write, shoot and edit stories using non-linear systems; familiarity with FinalCut Pro a big plus, along with the ability to travel extensively; apply online at
Temporary (nine-month appointment) job based from its Chicago bureau who will travel extensively inside a 14-state region of the central U.S. for short- and long-term state reporting assignments; must be strong and versatile in all formats, easily parachute into a new territory and quickly develop sources in an unfamiliar place and on unfamiliar beats, can assure that the AP is aggressively pursuing breaking news and agenda-setting coverage of issues of state/regional/nation interest, identify and develop stories that break news and have impact, write and report compelling enterprise, execute stories in timely fashion, report and write on deadline in competitive situations and work with stat and regional editors to set priorities and develop aggressive spot and hard-edged enterprise reporting; video shooting and editing ability a must, along with the ability to solve problems without daily or direct supervision; apply online at EOE (11/15)

-- The Associated Press/Indianapolis, IN seeks a state government reporter with at least two years experience who can focus on strong beat reporting, source development, breaking news and accountability journalism; must develop the beat inside and outside of the statehouse, work across Indiana to provide comprehensive and competitive coverage of the workings of state government and politics in the state, producing content in multiple formats )photo, video, audio and print) and work with the state news editor to set the beat’s agenda and develop aggressive spot and hard-edged enterprising reporting for global newspaper, online and broadcast audiences. Apply online at EOE (11/9)

** The Associated Press/Louisville, KY seeks an administrative correspondent with at least three years experience, including some as a supervisor, who will supervise a team of reporters and breaking news staff covering spot news and enterprise in Tennessee and Kentucky; must set the tone for aggressive coverage, emphasize hard-edged watchdog reporting, focus on beat development, be a news leader in the two-state territory, assist the news editor with administrative duties and fill in when the news editor is absent; must be able to use public records and experience in computer-assisted reporting, develop and recognize newsworthy stories of global interest, work accurately under deadline pressure, show good organizational skills, juggle multiple projects across formats, meet deadlines, understand the growing importance of multimedia news and coordinate with AP staffers from other formats. Apply online at (11/29)

-- The Associated Press/Columbus, OH seeks a newsperson (Job #95000762) who will aggressively pursue enterprise stories, develop sources and beats, break news, produce exclusive coverage, work with colleagues in all formats to produce a multimedia report, work the desk, file stories to stateliness, work closely with reporters in the field, work accurately and quickly on deadline, aggressively pursue breaking news, write compelling enterprise stories, develop sources and beats to produce original reports and display the ability to work efficiently and accurately on deadline and in breaking news situations. Apply online at (11/15)

** The Associated Press/Omaha, NE seeks a news editor for Iowa and Nebraska who will plan, direct and help execute the AP’s spot and enterprise news report in all formats in both states, assure that AP staff aggressively pursues breaking news, provide agenda-setting coverage of state government, identify and own other key topic-based beats, consistently contribute distinctive and memorable enterprise/accountability/investigative journalism for state and national audiences, work with the Central Regional Desk and the Iowa and Great Plains bureau chiefs, manage coverage of major breaking news, establish a clear and focused set of priorities and aggressively plan ahead to make the AP the region’s news leader. Must be able to travel and work a variety of hours. Apply online at (11/29)


-- Suburban Life Newspapers (Downers Grove, IL) seeks a news editor with two years experience and strong storytelling and digital skills and whose focus will be unique and community-focused journalism; must coordinate the creation and delivery of content on all platforms, line edit content under established standards and workflow guidelines, collaborate with reporters and other newsroom colleagues on effective presentation, capitalize on the different strengths and user needs of print and digital publications, develop unique and innovative solutions for routine coverage, promote alternative and non-linear storytelling, edit content from the perspective of a reader, work productively and efficiently amid competing deadlines, meet all deadlines, develop coverage plans, be nimble and flexible, communicate proactively and place a high emphasis on customer service. Those with a knowledge of Chicago’s western suburbs have a big plus. Apply to Mark Colosimo, executive editor, EOE (11/22)

-- The Rockford (IL) Register Star seeks a copy editor with 2-5 years experience who has strong language skills, has a thirst for perfection, can edit and write crisp headlines for Web and print, using InDesign, InCopy and Illustrator. Work samples and resume to Doug Gass, ME, 99 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61104 or e-mail EOE (11/8)

-- The Morris (IL) Daily Herald seeks a page designer/reporter who is creative, can update the Web site, can compose visually-appealing and reader-friendly pages in broadsheet and tabloid formats along with the Web; must marry the written word with photos and info boxes, have strong copy-editing skills, have a firm grasp of grammar and AP style, be skilled in use of InDesign and Photoshop, have the ability to crop and format visually appealing photos taken by others, have the ability to shoot them as needed, captivating headline-writing ability and the ability to writ well-developed, detailed and accurate news and feature stories. Work samples and resume to the Daily Herald HR Dept., Box 749, Morris, IL 60450, fax (815) 942-0988 or e-mail EOE (11/2)

-- The Sterling (IL) Daily Gazette and the Dixon (IL) Telegraph seek an eager reporter who has a strong work ethic, has a desire to make a difference through community journalism, can work with experienced editors who are serious about teaching and leading and can generate quality in-depth and investigative pieces; professional experience is preferred, but the paper will consider recent grads with great clips. Send clips, resume, contact information for three references who will swear that you are too good to pass up and a letter that explains your interest in community journalism to Jeff Rogers, ME, 3200E Lincolnway, Sterling, IL 61081or e-mail EOE (11/8)

-- Openings at the Galesburg (IL) Register-Mail: Experienced, sharp and resourceful business reporter who can also do GA reportage as needed; must have a knowledge of business issues, although the paper will consider recent grads with good clips. Features editor who will have creative control of two weekly sections and daily feature stories and will write, develop story ideas, organize coverage, do copy editing and page layout and display plenty of energy and organizational skills; preference given to regional candidates with management skills, although the paper will consider a features reporter who can learn the editor’s job within a year; clips, examples of management skills and resume to Tom Martin, editor, call (309) 343-7181 x-250 or e-mail Sharp, enterprising reporter who can cover an education beat that includes three school districts, a community college and two private colleges along with some GA reporting as needed; will consider recent grads with good clips; clips and resume to tom Martin, editor, or e-mail Sports reporter who can write gamers, produce features and has enthusiasm and energy; design skills a plus; clips and resume to Mike Trueblood, sports editor, 140 S. Prairie St., Galesburg, IL 51401, call (309) 343-7181 x-255 or e-mail EOE (10/25)

** Openings at the Decatur (IL) Herald & Review: Sports page designer/reporter who is versatile enough to produce clean pages with flair several days a week while also having a hand in the growth of the paper’s Web site and assisting in local coverage that is heavily committed to preps. Sports copy editor/page designer who has a flair for headline writing and copyediting, and writes great headlines. Clips, page design samples and resume to Mike Albright, sports editor, 601 E. William, Decatur, IL 62525 or e-mail (11/29)

-- The Randolph County Herald Tribune (Chester, IL) seeks a reporter/photographer to cover area news and sports; must work well with deadlines, have a desire to produce accurate copy, be flexible and adaptable, know pagination (Quark, Photoshop and word), strive to be intensely local and be able to work all hours; the paper is willing to train talented recent grads. Clips, photo samples (or Web links to them), resume and a letter telling why you would be a great hire to Carrie Myers, ME, Box 269, Chester, IL 62233 or e-mail EOE (10/25)


-- The Belleville (IL) News-Democrat seeks a versatile reporter who can cover public safety and GA on the afternoon-evening shift; must be passionate about local journalism, focused on serving both print and online readers, open to sharing and trying new ideas in the workplace, have a positive attitude, be willing to collaborate; the paper will consider candidates with extensive hands-=on internship background. Clips and resume to Jeanne Newton, HR dir., Box 427, Belleville, IL 62222-0427 or e-mail EOE (11/2)

-- The Mt. Vernon (IL) Register-News seeks a sports editor who can spearhead coverage of all Jefferson County schools, can go far beyond the final scores, is especially attentive to prep basketball and can help to cover non-traditional and recreational sports; must know Quark and have the sense of urgency needed to make immediate postings to the paper’s Web site, while video is important. Five clips and resume to Jeremy Hall, 911 Broadway, Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 or e-mail EOE (11/8)

** The Beloit (WI) Daily News seeks a reporter/copy editor-page designer who is equally skilled at writing a good story, designing a sharp page, composing a compelling headline or shooting the art to go with it all; energy, enthusiasm and attitude matter more than pedigree at a paper that believes in the power of journalism. Clips, design samples, resume, references and letter stating salary history to William Barth, editor, 149 State St., Beloit, WI 53511, call (608) 365-8811 or e-mail EOE (11/29)

-- The Capital Times (Madison, WI) seeks a creative and experienced design editor who has the insight to develop outstanding cover concepts, has the skill to execute them, can coordinate illustration work for inside pages, design inside pages, schedule and direct photo shoots, produce maps and other informational graphics for print and online use, and can display proficiency with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, html, CSS and JavaScript. Send five examples of pages and covers you have created to Chris Murphy, ME, via e-mail at EOE (11/22)

-- The Waukesha (WI) Freeman seeks a photographer who is assertive, is willing to work hard, has a lot of enthusiasm, can work when news happens, can write detailed and accurate cutlines and knows AP style and Photoshop; familiarity with the Waukesha and greater Milwaukee area a plus. Portfolio and resume to Bill Yorth, editor, 801 N. Barstow St., Waukesha, WI 53187-0007, fax (262) 542-8259 or e-mail EOE (11/1)

-- The Manitowoc (WI) Herald Times Reporter seeks a versatile reporter who will write for the front page from day one, has a mastery of AP style, has the ability to develop sources and break news, and has a working familiarity with digital audio and video devices, thinks visually and can work with the photo staff to develop strong presentation options. Clips, resume and references to Steve Reed, editor, 902 Franklin St., Manitowoc, WI 54220 or e-mail (11/29)

-- The West Bend (WI) Daily News seeks a photographer who can shoot compelling news, feature, business, lifestyle and sports photos as well as edit and archive them on the second shift; video background a plus, while knowledge of digital cameras, Photoshop and Macs are essential. CD portfolio or Web links, with resume and references, to Jill Badzinski, ME, 100 S. Sixth Av., West Bend, WI 53095 or e-mail (11/2)

-- The Wausau (WI) Daily Herald seeks a copy editor/page designer who can edit for grammar, AP style and clarity and design clean and compelling pages in InDesign for four daily newspapers; background with Photoshop and Illustrator is a plus. E-mail portfolio of up to five pages, with resume, to Elissa Holtmeier, presentation editor, at (11/2)

-- Openings at the Lakeland Times (Minocqua, WI): Experienced reporter with investigative background who can conduct investigations, work a beat that may include local and county government as well as education, ask tough questions, look in all the closets, conduct business aggressively but fairly and fit in at a paper that has a reputation for watching government and telling the stories that readers want but other media refuse to touch. Self-motivated sports writer/photographer who will cover the local sports scene as part of a composite editorial staff that tells more than just the game results and headlines; must cover sports at two area high schools and a dozen local meddle schools and realizes that reporting even the simplest of community events can be fun and informative. Send five of your best clips, resume and references to Raymond T. Rivard, editor, Box 790, Minocqua, WI 54548-0790 or e-mail (11/2)

-- The River Valley Newspapers (La Crosse, WI) seek a top-notch, enthusiastic and excited city editor who can help reporters with the daily balancing act of prioritizing stories while working on long-term projects, can drive breaking news online, can lead all local content efforts and can coordinate coverage. Apply online at
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