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  • Designer/Page Editor at Lee Enterprises

    Posted 1 week ago

    As a member of the Finishing Desk, the Designer/Page Editor is responsible for designing shared content pages, slotting National Wire content, completing page budgets, proofing returned pages and placing corrections. The Finishing Desk aims to take pressure off local newsrooms and allow local editors to focus on producing high-quality journalism without concern about production tasks. The Designer/Page Editor will both place shared content modules onto live pages and provide news budgets to Design Center page designers in a standardized format and assure quality control of publications during proofing. Specific duties and necessary skills: The Designer/Page Editor must be proficient in InDesign and TCMS; regularly exercise strong news judgment; work quickly and accurately to slot wire content and select and place page modules; work well under deadline pressure; have a strong command of the English language; understand the basics of copy editing; apply newspaper production standards such as headline writing, headline hierarchy and basic page design; display an aptitude for troubleshooting on the fly; and develop strong, effective communication with news editors and page designers. Hours: Rotation of day, evening, weekend Learn more or apply online at

  • Sports Senior Designer at Lee Enterprises

    Posted 1 week ago

    Lee Enterprises is looking for a journalist with a strong design background to join the sports team at our growing Design Center in Madison, Wisconsin. We work with the belief that good content drives readership, and we push our staff to be content editors. If you possess the heart of a journalist and an innovative mind, we want you to join our close-knit, talented design team. Our senior designers are trusted with our most challenging and rewarding work and help lead our sports design team. The right candidate will have: An understanding of sports A passion for thinking creatively to produce dynamic visual storytelling Demonstrated ability to produce high-quality work on deadline The ability to manage several tasks simultaneously History of collaboration with other designers, editors and newsroom employees to complete projects 3-5 years of experience designing in a newsroom environment Please include a link to your online portfolio or upload samples of your design work as additional files along with your resume and cover letter. This is a full-time position with night hours. Overtime and holiday pay is included.

  • Life Style Page Designer at Lee Enterprises

    Posted 1 week ago

    Lee Enterprises is looking for a visual journalist who enjoys bringing entertainment and lifestyles coverage to life on the printed page. In this role, a Lifestyles Page Designer will be able to use his or her skills in features presentation, graphics reporting and visual editing, while producing high-quality print content for Lee’s network of publications. Ideal candidates are deadline-oriented creative thinkers with a clever and sophisticated visual perspective and a well-curated bag of design tricks. Strong communication skills, effective time management and comfort with InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator are required. Previous experience with and a passion for newspaper design and/or graphics production is preferred. The position is full-time, with primarily Monday through Friday daytime hours and is based in our Design Center offices in either Madison, Wis., or Munster, Ind. Learn more or apply online at

  • Sports Page Designer at Lee Enterprises

    Posted 1 week ago

    Lee Enterprises is looking for a journalist with design experience to join the growing sports team at our Design Center. We have two locations: Munster, Indiana, located 20 miles from downtown Chicago, and Madison, Wisconsin. The right candidate will have: A passion for thinking creatively to produce dynamic visual storytelling The composure to problem solve and work on deadline The ability to manage several tasks simultaneously Some experience designing in a newsroom environment Bonuses: A strong understanding of sports Knowledge of Associated Press style Experience with InDesign and Photoshop Training is provided based on each candidate’s needs, so please consider applying if you meet most but not all of the qualifications. Please include a link to your online portfolio or upload samples of your work as additional files along with your resume and cover letter.

  • Page Designer at Lee Enterprises

    Posted 1 week ago

    Lee Enterprises Design Center is looking for highly motivated, creative page designers who can bring a new dimension to our partner sites’ newspapers and magazines. Our Design Center has two locations, Munster, IN, located 20 miles from downtown Chicago and Madison, WI. As our design center has expanded, so has our drive to find designers with innovative newspaper design and copy editing/proofing skills. Our energetic design staff is working hard to change the perception of designers as merely "visual people." We work with the belief that good content drives readership, and we push our staff to be content editors. If you possess the heart of a journalist and an innovative mind, we want you to join our close-knit, talented design team. Our ideal candidates will have experience in design at a newspaper, understand the fast-paced, newsroom environment, have the ability to manage several tasks simultaneously, and are experienced in information and content design, be it with news, sports or lifestyles. Candidates also must display a strong instinct for problem solving, a sense of urgency, and a passion for news. Experience with InDesign and Photoshop is preferred. In this position you must be willing to work a varied schedule which includes night/weekend hours.

  • Chicago Local Reporter at The Trace

    Posted 1 week ago

    The Trace is hiring a local Chicago reporter to work full-time starting in the fall or winter of 2021. As a local reporter at The Trace, you’ll find and report stories that are fueled by and accountable to our primary audience: people in Chicago affected by gun violence. This role might be particularly appealing for someone looking to flex and grow their reporting skills while helping shape something new, The Trace’s burgeoning local reporting initiative. The overarching goal is to find and land watchdog and community-driven stories that inspire change. As the only media organization dedicated to reporting on gun violence, The Trace uses the power of nonprofit journalism to improve public understanding, increase accountability, and identify solutions that can lead to safer homes and communities for all.

  • Newsletter Writer at Documented at Documented

    Posted 1 week ago

    About us Documented is a nonprofit news organization that produces reporting for and about immigrant New Yorkers. We provide original news stories on the ground-level impact of shifts in labor policy, law–enforcement practices and bureaucratic requirements, and on the effects of new federal directives as well as Q&As and instructional guides that inform New Yorkers about food, health and financial aid and legal issues. We have won awards from the EPPYs, the Online News Association and Local Independent Online News Publishers. Our work has been mentioned by The New York Times, The Washington Post, in federal lawsuits, at the New York City Council and many other places. Apply for this role here: Deadline to apply: Sep. 30, 2021 The role For the past three years, Early Arrival has been a steady presence in New York’s immigration community, providing local, national and federal news about the biggest stories of the week. We are expanding on this work and want to re-envision our newsletter taking an audience-based approach to foster dialogue with our readership. You will directly engage with the newsletter audience and research their behaviour and needs, through interviews and surveys, to better understand how our newsletter can best serve them. Using this information, you will work with the Documented team to design a new format for Early Arrival, and will begin sending and fine tuning as time goes on, establishing an original voice for the newsletter. We want the newsletter to be a lively space where our audience learns about new ideas and perspectives on the issues they know well. Your work will include interviews, dissecting news items, and fresh reporting on timely subjects. In addition, the newsletter will continue to host aggregation on immigration news from around the country. The ideal candidate must be enthusiastic about building and growing close relationships with our audience, which is mainly comprised of immigrants, immigration lawyers, academics, city, state and federal government employees and people generally interested in immigration issues. You must be able to follow the news, research and write quickly and have a good sense of standards around fairness and writing fact-based responses to news. Think of the newsletter as a column where you’ll be able to build a voice as an immigration authority with a highly experienced and knowledgeable audience. We are dedicated to improving our newsroom, by working with people with backgrounds that reflect the population of New York City. We are committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, people of color, LGBTQ people and people with disabilities. Job duties: Writing Documented’s newsletters (currently 3x per week but this may change) Reporting Aggregation Thoughtful, original writing Owning newsletters’ vision, strategy and engagement with users. Collaborating with stakeholders in other departments (development, audience, reporters, business & operations) Conducting and analyzing user research Producing reports on newsletter analytics (open rate, list size etc.) Staying on top of immigration-related news and developments Staying on top of digital news products, with a focus on email newsletters Coming up with, designing and executing experiments and tests for newsletters. Job requirements: Experience in journalism Writing experience Experience or interest in actively building and engaging with newsletter audiences Experience or interest in utilizing a conversational writing style User/community-oriented Deadline and detail-oriented Preferred qualities: Experience with working with newsletters, emails, and email service providers HTML skills Immigration knowledge Knowledge of New York and federal immigration system Experience or interest in product design, Human Centered-design, audience research. Compensation and Benefits The salary for this role is $75,000. Health and dental benefits and four weeks of paid time off are provided. Eventually, we hope to be able to return to our office full-time, but as of now, the position will be largely remote. We highly value lived experiences in the issues we cover as a news organization. We also understand the difficult work realities due to the pandemic and are open to accommodating people with different work requirements. Apply for this role here: Deadline to apply: Sep. 30, 2021

  • Content Automation Manager at Lee Enterprises

    Posted 1 week ago

    The Lee Digital Content Center seeks a strong journalist with solid technology skills to take over one of the most innovative roles in our company: local content automation manager. In this position, you work with in-house developers and outside vendors to develop data-driven content and products using natural language generation, among other tools. Experience with APIs, structured data and content management systems all will be essential. You do not need to write code, but you must be able to work effectively with colleagues who do. Lee's Digital Content Center is a small group of innovators who think big, working to transform the local newspaper business to digital platforms for an audience of loyal, local visitors. If you are passionate about digital content creation, and the value of hard data, journalism and storytelling, then this is the job for you

  • Data/graphics freelancer at Detroit Free Press

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Detroit Free Press is looking for freelance data and graphics journalists who are available to work on occasional projects requiring some development. This is remote, paid work. Email Anjanette Delgado at for more information.

  • Assistant Professor, Journalism + Design at New School

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    J+D integrates design methodologies and playful pedagogy with journalism skills, values, and habits of mind. It inculcates the rigorous critical thinking, reporting and storytelling needed to create and navigate an inclusive, equitable and complex information ecosystem. An ideal candidate would have a portfolio of recognized professional work across a range of media, as well as ability and experience in design methods. The candidate should demonstrate a capacity for collaboration in developing a creative curriculum in an undergraduate program that is constantly evolving. They should embrace J+D's commitment to an inclusive approach to teaching and learning.

  • Visual Journalist - Designer at McClatchy

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    McClatchy, the parent company of 30 news outlets around the country, including the Raleigh News & Observer, Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee and Kansas City Star, is seeking a Visual Journalist - Designer to help elevate the storytelling experience of our local enterprise and investigative stories leveraging innovative design and interactive web technologies.

  • Visual Journalist - Developer at McClatchy

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    McClatchy, the parent company of 30 news outlets around the country, including the Raleigh News & Observer, Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee and Kansas City Star, is seeking a Visual Journalist-Developer to help elevate the storytelling experience of our local enterprise and investigative stories leveraging innovative design and interactive web technologies.

  • Health Care Reporter at CapRadio

    Posted 1 month ago

    Department: Content/News Status: Full-time, Exempt End Date: Open Until Filled Summary CapRadio is hiring a new health care reporter — a crucially important role during this historic pandemic. A priority for the health care reporter will be keeping communities informed and safe as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 crisis. We want a journalist who can explain issues, provide context, make sense of complicated policy and guidelines and answer questions. While it may feel like the pandemic is the only story affecting our lives, our next health care reporter must also be a journalist who wants to listen, build trust and serve community needs. Reporting on health is not done in a vacuum. Can you find throughlines to issues such as housing affordability, climate change, policing and community health? If so, you will thrive in this position. Investigating health inequities across geography, class and race will also be a priority. It’s not enough to highlight these disparities; we want your work to affect change and contribute to deconstructing systemic injustice. Some weeks, the health care reporter will be quizzing lawmakers on policy at California's Capitol, which is just a few blocks from our new headquarters. Others, they may find themselves in a rural town reporting on access to care. Northern California is diverse and complex. We need a journalist who embraces this while identifying stories that are universally relevant. Our hiring committee will be focusing on candidates with journalism experience: at least three years at a media outlet, or commensurate time as an independent contributor or freelancer. It’s important that you have demonstrated an interest, or perhaps a deep knowledge, related to public health and health justice. Most of this journalist’s time will be spent on enterprise work, such as feature stories and special projects — maybe even a podcast. But there will be regular, weekly commitments to file daily-news stories; if we had to estimate, the equivalent of six to eight “dailies” a month. The ideal candidate will be comfortable reporting for a variety of platforms: shining as an audio journalist, quick thinking and smarts on our talk programs, and adept at collaborating on content for digital and social. We also are looking for a reporter whose instincts are to ask: Who is not included in this story but should be? Am I overlooking equity issues? What audiences need this information and how can we best serve them? If you are a multilingual journalist or fluent in Spanish, that will help you in this role. We want to deliver for audiences who traditionally are underserved by public media. We also encourage BIPOC journalists to apply for this position; you will be supported in our newsroom. Editors and producers will be there to develop your craft. Our newsroom leaders also believe in self-care and taking time-off to recharge. We may occasionally meditate. Keep an open mind! Your work will reach millions of Californians, including via our statewide network of more than five dozen public-media frequencies and websites. Sometimes you’ll also appear on NPR or If you’re concerned that you may not meet every skill requirement laid out in this job description, that’s OK. We’ll give you the training needed and space to succeed — and fail — and will support you during your first year on the job. In conclusion: This is a unique opportunity to cover health care during a historic pandemic, and in a state and city at the forefront of health policy and innovation. We’re focused on building a diverse and inclusive organization and it takes all kinds of people so if you’re excited about this role but don't meet all of the qualifications listed below, we encourage you to apply. Position Responsibilities: Pitches, develops, enterprises, reports, writes and produces “feature-length” audio stories and digital articles Delivers special projects on a quarterly or bi-annual basis for all platforms Reports and writes daily content for digital audiences, including regular web stories. You will be expected to deliver stories each week, of varying lengths and scope of reporting Reports, writes and produces daily content for broadcast. This will include “spot” packages, two-way interviews and more Files stories for the statewide Capital Public Radio Network service Appears on CapRadio’s talk programs, including Insight Files content for NPR and other national outlets as needed Collaborates with colleagues at regular meetings Participates in on-air fundraising and other CapRadio company activities Comes to work each day with drive to collaborate, a willingness to listen and learn and a sharper sense of humor than the managing editor Qualifications/Experience: Newsroom experience is strongly preferred. If you lack this qualification but can demonstrate the skills, expertise and ability to do the job, then we will review your application Yes, our name is CapRadio. But we value skills in digital reporting and reporting for non-broadcast platforms, such as podcasts and on-demand, customized audio We are true believers in public media and independent, nonprofit journalism. We hope that you’re a big fan of NPR and also value clear-headed news reporting and programming We also value local news and centering our communities in our work COVID-19 COMPLIANT Remote work is temporarily available. During the pandemic this position is hybrid-onsite, with occasional onsite days. Training is offered remotely, and meetings are conducted via video calls. After the pandemic, this position requires you to work onsite from our Sacramento office, with the possibility of working from home up to 35% of the time per week. CapRadio has a mandatory vaccination policy for Covid-19. Reasonable accommodation is available for those with a medical condition, disability, or religious belief that prevents them from being vaccinated. Salary The annual salary for this position is $65,000 a year. CapRadio also offers: Competitive medical, dental, vision, chiropractic, and acupuncture insurance Retirement plan with employer matching Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Two weeks of flexible, accruable paid time-off Paid sick leave Long-term disability and group life insurance Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply So, you’re going to apply? Excellent! Please provide us: 300 words on why you are interested in the position a one-page resume at least three links to examples of your best journalism, and be sure to include digital work Please apply at the following link: You can address your cover letter to the hiring manager for this position, Nick Miller (he/him), Managing Editor of News & Information. If you would like additional details about the role or have questions about application process, please email CapRadio Attn: Human Resources 7055 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826 Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Product Analyst & Editorial Trainer at Al Jazeera

    Posted 1 month ago

    The first project of the Product Analyst/Editorial Trainer will be to help build and launch a centralized production management system enabling editorial collaboration across all Al Jazeera’s digital editorial products. They will work across editorial, product and business groups to define global and local workflows as well as promote the vision of a unified organization coordinated on data-powered collaboration. This is among the first hires for a team we're building to oversee, maintain and innovate newsroom processes -- those with journalism experience are especially welcome to talk with us.

  • News Graphics Developer at Industry Dive

    Posted 1 month ago

    Industry Dive is hiring a News Graphics Developer with data visualization and front-end development skills. You will work closely with 80+ journalists to frame the direction of projects, find key insights in data and present that information in engaging ways for our 11 million readers. (See the description for full details!)

  • News Apps Developer/Graphics Freelancers at ProPublica

    Posted 2 months ago

    ProPublica is looking for developer and graphics journalists who are available to work on projects. We’ll be looking at applications on a rolling basis as projects come up. Based on your skill level and experience, we’ll talk about hourly, daily or weekly rates on an individual basis. You can work remotely from anywhere, as long as it would be easy for us to stay in touch from the Eastern time zone.

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