It’s intern hiring season at Wired magazine in San Francisco. The money isn’t bad, and from what I’ve heard, the Research internship is a great way to make your way into editorial there.
Webcast of a lunchtime panel talk at Berkeley that I should have gone to. Lots of local online journalism gurus here. Worth a look if you have any intention of working in the online department of a Bay Area paper. (Hint: You do.)
“Today, when I hire, I’m looking for someone who can write and do audio/video content. If you show up and you’re a great writer but you don’t have multimedia skills…I’ll hire the more versatile person.”
Luckily, you don’t have to.
Instead, try using the gada.be search engine.
Go to gada.be, enter what you’re looking for in the search box, and click on “Jobs.”
How about a job at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg, running a “community journalism” project? (HINT: these places are warm, year-round.)
Or maybe you’d like to be an online producer for Knight Ridder Digital at the St. Paul Pioneer Press?
On second thought, better hold off on applying to that last one…
Bonus link: If you’re not reading Joe Grimm’s Q & A blog about getting jobs/internships in journalism, why not?
Want to design, build, or code the New York Times? Read this post.
Guess it’s time to put the blog on the resume – these online news execs say they dig it.
Prof. McCune is blogging the conference that a bunch of the SJSU JMC faculty are at this weekend. This post is a good supplement to what Jerry Ceppos told us about what newspaper recruiters are looking for.
The Houston Chronicle is recruiting bloggers.
Interesting career rundown of a Spartan Daily alum.