National News Reporter

Boston, MA, USA, Houston, TX, USA, Philadelphia, PA, USA, San Francisco, CA, USA Req #5809

Monday, October 8, 2018

Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) is an innovative, digitally focused media and marketing solutions company committed to strengthening communities across our network. With an unmatched local-to-national reach, Gannett touches the lives of more than 110 million people monthly with our Pulitzer-Prize winning content, consumer experiences and benefits, and advertiser products and services. Gannett brands include USA TODAY NETWORK with the iconic USA TODAY and more than 100 local media brands, digital marketing services companies ReachLocal and SweetIQ, and U.K. media company Newsquest. To connect with us, visit www.gannett.com .

USA Today's national team is looking for enterprising, creative reporters based anywhere in the country to write deeply reported stories on the biggest issues facing the nation, including poverty, drugs, affordable housing, civil rights, state government, immigration, women's rights, national security, public safety and so on. These ambitious reporters will report and write smart, must-read stories using public records, data, narrative storytelling and other news tools. We want investigations, news features, watchdog reports and quick analysis that reflect the complicated interests, values and concerns of people from across the U.S.

The ideal candidate is fast when needed, but also eager to spend time building out a thoughtful, robust report. They are obsessed with the news and storytelling, and they know how to deliver.

This job will involve some travel and will likely require juggling a fluid beat spanning both geographic and ideas-based demands. A valid drivers license is required. This is not an entry-level position.

Please send resume and clips. Story ideas and/or a beat proposal are also helpful.
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