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Contract writers wanted – Boulder Daily Camera & Longmont Times-Call
On Feb. 26 the Boulder Daily Camera carried a note from Jill Stravolemos, marketing VP, announcing that the Camera and Longmont Times-Call are looking to increase their team of writers for special publications and sponsored articles. They are currently looking for several writers to work on a contract basis and want people familiar with local events, places and people and are especially interested in someone with experience writing on medical topics. If interested, writers should gather a few of their published clips and email Jill at email@example.com
The Denver Post is seeking a full-time reporter to cover K-12 education in Colorado, with a focus on the Denver metro area. This person’s No. 1 goal should be finding the stories that parents will consider a must-read. The successful candidate must have proven data skills, the ability to create an engaging narrative, and ideas for connecting with both digital and print readers. Education is a premier beat at The Denver Post, and we’ll expect the reporter to find ways to stand out in a highly competitive environment. A bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in daily news are required.
Thanks to a transformative gift from an anonymous donor, CPR News is launching its first investigative team and is seeking an editor with an established record of leading investigative reporting teams to manage, direct and grow the team that will produce reporting that leads to change. The Investigative Editor will focus on accountability reporting within a team of reporters and across the CPR newsroom, delivering projects on a variety of platforms, including digital and audio. The Investigative Editor will have deep experience in reporting and editing special projects, data investigations and watchdog reporting. [Posted 1/22/2019]
Colorado Public Radio’s newsroom expansion continues with an exciting new opportunity for an Afternoon Producer / Editor. The Afternoon Editor manages daily news operation in the afternoon, identifying, assigning and implementing coverage for CPR News on-air and online. The editor assigns a team of news magazine hosts and reporters – and writes and edits news spots for the radio and web – to develop engaging, timely and relevant daily content; and works with newsroom leadership to set and execute overall coverage priorities for CPR’s audience. [Posted 11/17/2018]
CPW Members Available for Contract Work
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Professional Media Organizations
- National Federation of Press Women
- Denver Press Club
- Colorado Press Association
- Society of Professional Journalists
- Public Relations Society of America, Colorado chapter
- Denver Woman’s Press Club
- Rocky Mountain Chapter – Society for Technical Communication
- Journalism Organizations
- Society for News Design
Occasionally we list specific communications job openings with application deadlines. Also, a good source to search for communications-related jobs is Andrew Hudson’s Rocky Mountain PR Jobs List.
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