Reporter - Sports

The Carlsbad Current-Argus, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK, is hiring a reporter!

The ideal person leads in content creation and optimization and has primary responsibility for ensuring quality sports and outdoor recreation content across digital and print platforms. Applies story-telling expertise to ensure high quality content with a focus on video, narrative writing, photography, alternative story forms and story presentation.

The role requires:

  • Beat writing: prep sports, community sports and semiprofessional coverage
  • Analysis and column writing skills
  • Line editing and co-editing of daily publication; editing for clarity, legality, spelling, grammar, punctuation and style
  • Willingness and interest in covering outdoor recreation and non-traditional sports topics
  • Experience in video and photography
  • Coordination with planning editor in content for print and online publication
  • Good news judgment and experience in breaking news coverage
  • Other duties as necessary

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