Position Newspaper Date Posted
The sales job of your dreams Lexington County Chronicle & The Dispatch News 10/16/14

Frustrated with cold calling? 
Tired of prospects telling you to get lost?
We can teach you the inside secrets of selling by referral.
You’ll also discover the secrets of results-producing ads.
If you love sales and have a minimum two years sales experience, please contact Linda Sauls at lindasauls11@yahoo.com

Content Producer Wanted The Herald Independent 10/16/14

The Herald Independent in Winnsboro, S.C., is looking for a content producer who can bolster coverage in Fairfield County for print, the web, Facebook and Twitter. The Herald Independent publishes on Tuesdays and Fridays. It is owned by Civitas Media LLC, based in Davidson, N.C.

We need a hard-working multi-tasker with a love for local reporting, a flair for writing and a commitment to making our publication the best it can be in print and online.

This is an entry level position but reporters with experience at a weekly are encouraged to apply. The position requires news and sports reporting. Reporters are not required to have a personal digital camera but having one is a plus.

What we are looking for:
• Accuracy and clarity in writing
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Ability to meet deadlines and effectively manage time
• Ability to think outside the box

To apply, send your resume/cover letter with at least five references who can speak directly to your talent, writing samples that show your local writing chops and photography skills and a letter telling us why you are the person for the job to pedwards@civitasmedia.com.

Editor Hemingway Weekly Observer 10/15/14

The Morning News/ Carolina Publishing Group is seeking an experienced journalist for the position of editor of the Weekly Observer in Hemingway, SC. This position is responsible for producing copy, photos and videos for once-a-week newspaper; maintaining a web site and overseeing the newspaper office.

The ideal candidate will have minimum two years reporting experience with proven news judgment and excellent communication skills. Multimedia experience as well as editing and photography experience is required.

Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in journalism or communications and two years of experience in reporting or editing. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and AP style is a must. Experience with and understanding of multimedia journalism is required. EOE/M/F/D/V. Drug Screen/Background check required.

Apply online at www.bhmginc.com/careers or email cover letter and resume to: jobs@florencenews.com.

Editor Georgetown Times 10/14/14
Pursue you passion for editing with the quality of life only available at the beach.  Georgetown Communications, publishers of the Georgetown Times, Waccamaw Times, Inlet Outlook and southstrandnews.com is seeking an experienced editor to lead our newsroom.  You will cover all the communities of the South Carolina’s “South Strand” including Georgetown, Pawleys Island, Litchfield beach, Murrells Inlet and Garden City Beach.

We are a small but fast paced and competitive organization.  The successful candidate will be a positive and professional team player with a strong background in community news.  You will lead and manage our dedicated staff in producing print and digital content that makes us the leading source for news on the South Strand. 

Georgetown Communications is privately owned by Evening Post Industries.  This is a unique opportunity to enjoy an exceptional quality life with a challenging professional opportunity.  Please send resume to jcarr@southstrandnews.com.
News Editor Morning News 10/10/14
The Morning News in Florence, S.C., seeks a dynamic news editor to join our newsroom management team and help make a good news organization better. In an operation that puts a premium on local news coverage, this leader will work with the editor, digital content editor and sports editor to direct and inspire a first-rate staff that takes pride in producing compelling web and print content.

The ideal candidate will coach and motivate reporters. This position requires good line-editing skills. Passion for journalism, proven news judgment and excellent communication and planning skills are a must.

A bachelor’s degree is required. Experience in newsroom management is a plus.

Apply online at www.bhmginc.com/careers or email cover letter and resume to jobs@florencenews.com. EOE/M/F/D/V.

The Morning News is a subsidiary of the Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, a Fortune 100 company

Seeking experienced journalist Morning News 10/10/14
The Morning News, a subsidiary of the Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, a Fortune 100 company is seeking a self-motivated, high-energy journalist to cover assignments in Florence, SC. The job requires the ability to cover breaking news, produce quality enterprise stories for the newspaper, and our website, www.SCnow.com. The candidate selected will be assigned a beat, depending upon their abilities and interests, and the needs of the newsroom, so the ability to develop sources and cover a specific area is essential. Because the Morning News and scnow.com report news around the clock, candidates must demonstrate commitment to the philosophy that news gathering is a “24/7” process.

Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, QuarkXpress and Photoshop as well as some knowledge of software programs that aid in posting to the Web. Must be willing to learn new things, be flexible and able to adapt and grow with the job. Must be able to take photographs and shoot video to accompany stories, or be willing to learn same. Candidates will be required to post video, photographs and stories to the Web, along with copy editing and page proofing. A valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, proof of auto insurance and the ability to cover assignments at night or on weekends is required.

Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related discipline preferred. Experience working in a digital newsroom a plus. Apply online at www.bhmginc.com/careers or email cover letter and resume to jobs@florencenews.com. EOE/M/F/D/V.

Ad Director Index-Journal 10/9/14

Family owned newspaper located in the beautiful southeast requires an experienced advertising director to manage the advertising department of this 13,000 circulation, seven-day operation.

We need a working director experienced in handling major accounts, making sales calls with his or her staff and setting achievable goals for multiple product sales, including the newspaper, website, TMC product and community magazine. Ours is a great retail sales market with the closest mid-sized city over an hour away.

This is not a step-up position so if you have never directed the advertising functions of a mid-sized daily, look to the next opportunity. We need someone who can hit the ground running, evaluate the staff, the incentive programs, the products and drive revenue.

If you love the advertising sales business and are looking for a terrific part of the country to enjoy where you work, this could be your golden opportunity.

Compensation is commensurate with experience and presentation, so sell us on your skills.

Please contact:
Nicole Varnum
Controller
Index-Journal
nvarnum@indexjournal.com
P.O. Box 1018 | Greenwood, SC 29648
610 Phoenix St | Greenwood, SC
(864) 943-2528 Phone
(864) 223-7331 Fax

Revenue Manager The Post and Courier 10/8/14
The Post and Courier is currently seeking a Revenue Manager for the Magazine.  The Revenue Manager will be responsible for leading, implementing, and executing business strategies for the company’s targeted niche products.  Grow the revenues of The Post and Courier’s current portfolio of niche products, execute sales strategies and work with other sales executives to execute print and digital goals for the products.  Manager will work with respective editors on content development and ideas.  Manager should have a proven record as a motivator, leader of change and problem solver as well as solid analytical skills for planning new products. Individual must possess strong leadership skills and will play an important role in the development and implementation of advertising strategies and rate structures. Manager will lead their team to maintain the standards of performance of the department.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
  • Develop and execute strategic sales plans for the company’s niche and custom products, including print, digital and event formats.
  • Monitor and analyze print and digital metrics to ensure sales objectives are achieved.
  • Lead, develop, and train a team of multi-media account executives and build strong relationships among the department’s management and sales teams.
  • Monitors and analyzes competitive advertising rates. Recommends adjustments to rating strategies as necessary to remain competitive in the marketplace.
  • Monitor competitive print and digital media for trends, ideas, threats and opportunities. Implement short-term and long-term strategies from findings.
  • Attend local business meetings and events to meet and engage with business leaders.
  • Analyze workflow and make recommendations to streamline operations to create the best experience for internal and external customers.
  • Works with advertisers to develop successful relationships, including making sales calls with staff.
  • Plans, forecasts, and prepares departmental budget; determines revenue goals and related expenditures; conforms to budgetary requirements.
  • Promotes sales and readership of niche products by working with the marketing department on promotional advertising and sales materials.
  • Creates sales material to assist account executives in selling special sections.
  • Works collaboratively with advertising sales and marketing leaders to develop effective incentive programs and sales strategies.

Education/Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in business, marketing, communications or related field.
  • Minimum of three to five years’ experience with sales and account management.
  • Proven ability to meet revenue goals.
  • Ability to relate well with clients and business leaders and collaborate with co-workers.
  • History of consultative selling approach across print and digital platforms.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to present research and proposals clearly.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Working knowledge of Sugar and Brainworks.

Resumes may be mailed to Bernadette Faretra at 134 Columbus Street, Charleston, SC 29403-4800 or may be submitted by email to bfaretra@postandcourier.com.

Seeking regional editor for Upstate SC and Western NC The Greenville News 10/8/14

The Greenville News and Asheville Citizen-Times are looking for an editor with powerful journalism coaching abilities.

In our revamped newsroom, coaches oversee reporters who are expected to own their beats and subject areas. Gone are the assigning editors who directed coverage from behind a desk. In their place are coaches who act as sounding boards for improving ideas and mentors to help our journalists grow.

The emphasis is on developing ideas from inception. Regular communication happens before a notebook is cracked. Editing is still a part of the process, though, and the ability to sharpen ledes and clarify points is important.

This position oversees our far-ranging regional reporters and close-to-home community reporters. The former has deep subject knowledge and a large geographic footprint, while the latter focuses on hyper-local journalism of our surrounding communities and our weekly publications that serve them.

Helping foster young talent while motivating and inspiring veterans is key to success. As the head of a seven-person team of reporters, the regional coach must manage across distance while building a cohesive team of problem solvers. Coaches should be familiar with AP style and narrative techniques, but also think creatively about multimedia interactives and video approaches. We have experts to handle the technical details, but, as the coach overseeing these reporters, we expect you and your team to kick off the idea process.

South Carolina's Upstate is a beautiful, active region that boasts an amazing quality of life. The Blue Ridge mountains provide opportunities for great mountain biking and stellar scenery. Greenville is a forward-facing community with a vibrant downtown ‹ you won't find a better backdrop from which to accomplish your goal of reinventing journalism.

We value and appreciate a diverse workforce.

Apply here

Niche Content Manager The Post and Courier 9/29/14

The Post and Courier in vibrant Charleston, S.C., is looking for a visionary editor to take our magazines and niche products to the next level.

The right candidate will be organized, disciplined and a charismatic team player who brings both print and digital skills to the job. We are looking for someone who can not only edit and plan content but help us grow our niche audience through new and existing products.

This person will be responsible for managing content, editing and design as well as print and web production of all our niche products, including magazines, special sections and advertorial sections. The position reports to the Executive Editor but you must be able to coordinate closely with our advertising and marketing leaders.

Our magazines and niche products include Lowcountry Parent, North Charleston Magazine, Tideline, My Charleston magazine and more.

The Post and Courier is a part of a privately held, family-owned corporation with diverse holdings and a deep commitment to journalism. We are located in beautiful downtown Charleston, home to one of the world’s preeminent dining scenes and just minutes from three amazing beaches. In fact, Travel + Leisure magazine has rated Charleston as the No. 1 city in the U.S. and Canada for two consecutive years. In 2014, Charleston was also ranked the No. 2 city in the world in the magazine’s annual readers’ poll.

If you think you fit the bill, send a resume and a cover letter to Executive Editor Mitch Pugh at mpugh@postandcourier.com. The Post and Courier is a drug-free and equal opportunity employer.

Staff Writer/Reporter Index-Journal 9/26/14

The Greenwood (S.C.) Index-Journal, a 12,000-circulation daily newspaper, is looking for a talented, energetic and aggressive staff writer/reporter to join its award-winning team.
Your first thoughts? Eh, why bother with a small daily newspaper in lil ole South Carolina. True, we're not a major metro, but we do have a hard-working staff that has surpassed the parameters established for a small daily.
How's that?
In the past four years, our newspaper collected 143 South Carolina Press Association awards. We've won the President's Cup (twice now), a points-based honor given to the best newspaper in each circulation category. We've placed in General Excellence (overall newspaper award) three of the last four years. The Index-Journal is a place where you can pour out your talents and join in bringing home some top awards.
The position we're looking to fill is crucial to our team. We need a reporter who can and will dig into local government reporting on all levels - city, county councils as well as legislators. We're not talking about the superficial meeting coverage, either. We need someone who will drill down. Not every story is of Watergate magnitude, but the reporter filling this slot should not take everything at face value. There's an old saying shared by editors of yore: If your mother tells you she loves you, check it out. That's the kind of fact-checking reporter we want. You should be aggressive, yet fair. Make no mistake. This is not a beat-the-doors-down, hit-'em-up daily position. There are solid feature stories to be told too. As we said, it's not all Watergate, but in the past several years our government reporting has unearthed stories that spoke directly to the taxpayers' pocketbook while landing the newspaper rewards in the areas of in-depth reporting and as frontline fighters in the battle to uphold the state's Freedom of Information Act.
We are a family owned newspaper, which means we don’t have the layers of corporate executives to wade through. While newspapers are struggling to stay in business — and reducing the quality of the product — we’ve thrived.
The ideal candidate must understand local news matters and can convey that through stories and photos (when our photographer isn't available).
If you think this job sounds like a good fit for you, and you have the desire to help us continue our award-winning, public-serving publication, we want to hear from you.
And if you're astute enough to recognize this ad was posted recently, there is a good reason: Another one of our award-winning reporters is moving on to face new challenges, unearth corruption and further build on his career.

To apply, send your resume, a cover letter and 5-10 clips (we're looking for enterprise, breaking news and well-written features) via regular mail or email to:
Richard S. Whiting
Executive Editor
P.O. Box 1018
Greenwood, SC 29648
rwhiting@indexjournal.com
No phone calls please.

News Editor Morning News 9/24/14
The Morning News in Florence, S.C., seeks a dynamic news editor to join our newsroom management team and help make a good news organization better. In an operation that puts a premium on local news coverage, this leader will work with the editor, digital content editor and sports editor to direct and inspire a first-rate staff that takes pride in producing compelling web and print content.

The ideal candidate will coach and motivate reporters. This position requires good line-editing skills. Passion for journalism, proven news judgment and excellent communication and planning skills are a must.

A bachelor’s degree is required. Experience in newsroom management is a plus.

Apply online at www.bhmginc.com/careers or email cover letter and resume to jobs@florencenews.com. EOE/M/F/D/V.

The Morning News is a subsidiary of the Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, a Fortune 100 company.
Multimedia Account Executive Herald-Journal 9/18/14

The Herald-Journal, a Halifax Media Company Newspaper, wants you to join our multi-media sales team if you are able to:
• Actively develop new business
• Formulate multi-media recommendations that connect solutions to advertiser needs
• Analyze competitive media to develop new client opportunities
• Develop new business from cold calling, prospecting and consultative selling
• Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of all multi-media products: digital, print, broadcast
• Communicate well in person, over the phone and through e-mail
• Maintain and grow profi table revenues within existing business
• Provide good customer service and follow through to sustain existing business relationships

Additional Requirements:
• Thorough knowledge of digital and print media
• Aggressive sales attitude
• Self-starter and good manager of time
• Ability to interpret marketing data for sales gain

To apply, e-mail resume to leslie.godfrey@shj.com.

Digital Lead Account Executive The Herald 9/16/14

We have an exciting opportunity  to specialize in selling digital advertising solutions for The Herald Media Group!  The Digital Lead Account Representative is responsible for consultatively selling online advertising solutions using our suite of digital solutions to include the heraldonline.com network, Digital Buzz Solutions (extended audience reach), Yahoo!,  Search Engine Marketing and more.  This position must handle the needs of an account base and prospecting for new business.  Requires working with the core multi-media  account executives to build online business revenue.  This opportunity comes with a salary plus a substantial bonus plan that will reward you for your efforts.
REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Energy, enthusiasm and dedication are musts!
  • Cultivate client relationships through your ability to understand their marketing and business objectives.
  • Demonstrate a high degree of diligence, accountability and strategic thinking.
  • Drive to achieve/exceed sales goals.
  • Champion, train and lead new and existing online solutions.  Conduct informational training sessions during team weekly sales meetings.
  • Champion and lead the sales team targeted publication advertising.
  • Generate new business via networking, self-generated qualified leads, provided business leads, market research and cold call prospecting.
  • Effective completion of needs assessment with target accounts and development of comprehensive proposals/presentations.
  • Experience selling online solutions is a plus.
  • Experience in account management (maintaining the relationship and increasing sales  opportunities).
  • Experience working with a fast sales cycle for a quick close.
  • Must be an accomplished PC user and have a clear understanding of the Interactive media.
  • Ability to prioritize and multitask while providing excellent customer service.
  • High School required; four year degree preferred.
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

EOE

Send resumes to:  lsmith@heraldonline.com

Sports Editor Lexington County Chronicle & The Dispatch News 9/16/14

Do you see sports journalism as more than just a job?
Do you love high school sports?
Do you have reporting and photography skills to produce a first class sports section each week?
Do you have experience with online and InDesign print production?
Do you aspire to one day run your own news-gathering operation?
If this sounds like you, please send resume to JerryBellune@yahoo.com

Executive Editor The Times Daily, Florence, AL 9/16/14
The Times Daily in Florence, North Alabama’s award-winning seven-day-a-week daily newspaper (20,000 daily; 22,000 Sunday), is accepting applications for executive editor.  Florence and the Shoals communities, situated along the Tennessee River, are prosperous and rich in heritage and beauty.     

The executive editor oversees newsroom digital and print operations, to include short- and long-term planning, hiring staff, managing budgets and working with beat reporters and independent contractors. The ideal candidate will have a “local-first” philosophy; enjoy working closely with a team of talented photo, journalists and designers, while also assisting in day-to-day editing duties. We’re looking for the right leader to aggressively seek out compelling news coverage and to enhance our reputation in watchdog journalism. We want to remain the primary source of local news in our area.

Responsibilities: 

  • Publish content that is accurate, timely and of interest to readers via online, mobile or print. Develop quality and quantity of content, supervision, coaching and training of staff. Establish criteria for staff and evaluate personnel on that basis.
  • Work with newspaper management team to reach circulation and digital and print readership goals.
  • Publish an editorial page that is lively, aggressive, inclusive, challenging and thought-provoking
  • Coordinate with other departments to meet deadlines, set deadlines, coordinate content and develop new products.
  • Lead convergence efforts with other media in the market, including television and radio.
  • Ability to coach and motivate others; has thorough understanding of readers’ needs and expectations; strong public relations; must handle pressure well; ability to work on deadlines;
  • In addition to directing the newsroom, the candidate must be capable of innovative online content generation and main Web page news judgment. The candidate should be comfortable with online forums, building databases, developing niche Web products, new technologies, video content, mobile news generation, blogging, Facebook, widgets, feeds and updating the Website with breaking news.
  • Ability to adhere to established budget.

Qualified candidates will have an undergraduate college degree, at least 10 years in newspapers, experience in multiple markets, plus significant time as a top editor or managing editor. The ideal candidate will possess the highest standards for journalistic ethics and quality and will have the ability to be a team player who will help foster productive relationships with other newspaper departments.
 
Send your resume, writing samples and references to Publisher Darrell Sandlin at darrell.sandlin@timesdaily.com.
The position closes Oct. 17, 2014.

Tennessee Valley Printing Co. Inc. (TVPCO) operates the TimesDaily, Decatur (AL) Daily, and six weekly newspapers reaching more than 200,000 homes weekly; a dozen Websites with more than 4 million monthly page views, plus TN Valley Media Outdoors’ 106 billboard faces. TVP is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer, offering a competitive salary, full medical benefits and 401(k). Learn more about our newspaper at www.timesdaily.com.
Reporter The Horry Independent 8/29/14
The Horry Independent newspaper in Conway, SC has an immediate opening for a general assignments reporter with an emphasis on the schools beat. Contact Editor Kathy Ropp, 843-248-6671 or email: kathy.ropp@myhorrynews.com
Copy editor/page designer Aiken Standard 8/29/14

The Aiken Standard, a 15,000 circulation daily newspaper located in beautiful Aiken, S.C., is seeking a copy editor/page designer. The newspaper, owned by Evening Post Industries, covers the close-knit community of Aiken and surrounding towns.

Ideal candidate is a fast, reliable self-starter with an eye for design who can handle any page in the newspaper, from A1 to feature pages. Previous copy desk and page design experience preferred. Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and some holidays.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Editing local copy for spelling, grammar and AP style
• Writing engaging, informative headlines
• Identifying holes in stories and working with reporters to get details
• Daily page design, including 1A, news and feature pages
• Web editing and updating social media sites 
• Contributing story ideas and editorial ideas

Requirements:
• Passion for and skilled at following the news - from world and national news to local events
• Strong skills with writing, editing, headline writing and AP style
• Proficiency with Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator preferred 
• Ability to think critically and apply problem-solving skills on daily basis
• Must be a team player! We want to add a smart, interesting and hard-working individual to our team who is ready to collaborate with others and strive for accuracy and dynamic page design daily. 
• Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, Communications or relevant subject
• Knowledge of the community of Aiken, S.C. and surrounding area a plus

This is a full-time position, with a pay rate that equates relevant experience in the business, as well as insurance and 401(k) benefits. 

Please email cover letter, resume, references and work samples to Chief Copy Editor Holly Ellington by Sept. 16 at hellington@aikenstandard.com.
No phone calls please.

Reporter The Greer Citizen 8/27/14

The Greer Citizen, an award-winning weekly newspaper located between Greenville and Spartanburg, is seeking a reporter to cover news in the Greer Area and the surrounding communities of Taylors, Lyman, Duncan and Wellford.
This is a full-time position, 35 hours a week.
Qualifications include solid knowledge of newspaper writing and AP style, the ability to find and produce stories that are relevant to the community, and meet deadlines.
Experience in InDesign and Photoshop are a plus, but not necessary.
Those interested are asked to e-mail a resume and references by Sept. 9 to Billy Cannada, editor, at Billy@greercitizen.com.

Copy editor/page designer Index-Journal 8/26/14

The Greenwood (S.C.) Index-Journal, a 13,000-circulation daily newspaper, is looking for a talented, energetic and detailed-oriented copy editor/page designer to join its award-winning team.
Your first thoughts? Small daily newspaper in a little South Carolina town? Me? We don’t blame you. We don’t have the glitz and glamour of a major metro (circa 1990). We do, however, have a hard-working staff that has far surpassed the parameters established for a small, daily newspaper.
In the past three years, our newspaper collected 86 South Carolina Press Association awards. We've won the President's Cup, a points-based honor given to the best newspaper in each circulation category. We've placed in General Excellence (overall newspaper award) two of the last three years. Awards-wise, it's the most successful three-year stretch in newspaper history.
One reason why we've been so successful has been an increased emphasis on presentation.
Copy editing and page design are a vital component of our newspaper. In the past two years, we've won 13 copy editing/page design awards and 31 photography honors.
This is the ideal job for somebody fresh out of college or a talented journalist looking to make the move up from a weekly, but proven veterans looking to relocate to a charming Southern town are welcome to apply, as well.
Want to join our award-winning team? Want to work at a newspaper not tied to the corporate structure, endlessly slashing staff in hopes of generating more money for stockholders? Want to work at a newspaper where quality journalism — above all other things — is the paramount objective?
To apply, send your resume, a cover letter and 5-10 page-design clips via regular mail or email to:
RIchard Whiting
Executive Editor
P.O. Box 1018
Greenwood, SC 29648
rwhiting@indexjournal.com
No phone calls please.

Design & Production Director The Sumter Item 8/22/14

Are you ready to step up and help lead a 120-year-old, independent publishing company to new levels of editing and design? Are you ready to learn and eager to teach? Osteen Publishing Co. has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shape and drive a new design and production hub in beautiful central South Carolina. This isn't going to be a big, impersonal operation set up by a big chain. You'll have direct contact with the ownership group and lead a small team of talented editors in producing 10 community newspapers and a variety of other publications so they have the design readers expect from much larger publications.

Opportunities: -- Lead a centralized design and production hub in Sumter for 10 community newspapers and numerous magazines in four states. -- Help establish staffing levels, workflows, technology, deadlines and styles for the centralized hub. -- Participate in the redesign of several of our publications, working with one of the industry's top design firms. -- Recruit, coach, manage and retain a core team of designers and copy editors in Sumter drawn from all of our publications and new hires. -- Raise the level of work – for editing, headlines, visuals and design – across all of our publications and web sites.

Specific duties: -- Oversee or design key pages for our publications, particularly page ones, magazines and special sections for the group. -- Make sure your team is adhering to our styles, standards and deadlines that you help establish. -- Advise the ownership and management team about technology, staffing, production and other needs. -- Maintain clear and open communication with all properties to make sure our local reporting and editing staffs and your design and production team are in alignment about content and presentation. -- Provide lots of feedback, leadership and quality work.

Contact Graham Osteen - grahamosteen@gmail.com.

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