Sports Storyteller - Lansing State Journal
The Lansing State Journal, an award-winning newspaper in Michigan’s capital city, is looking for a sports storyteller who will take readers beyond the predictable to provide truly unique coverage of Greater Lansing’s sports scene – which includes, but is not limited to – Michigan State sports. Our storyteller must be entrepreneurial, willing to take risks and be innovative in story approaches for multiple platforms. Digital skills, including video and social media, are a must. So is the ability to write enterprising and watchdog stories that rely on public records, data and strong sourcing. Reporters interested in a traditional beat that entails primarily game coverage need not apply. This is not an entry-level position.
Candidates will embrace the digital focus of our media company, have reporting and narrative writing experience, a four-year college degree and the ability to meet deadlines for myriad platforms.
Candidates should apply online at www.gannett.com/careers and submit a cover letter, resume and work samples to [email protected]
We offer competitive pay and benefits including: Comprehensive Health, Dental and Vision coverage, Life Insurance, 401(K) Saving Plan, paid vacation, paid company holidays, paid time off to volunteer in the community, an employee discount program and more!
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