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Jobs May 10-14

New! Reporter - The Longview News-Journal, ASP Westward's East Texas Community Newspapers, is seeking a full-time reporter. The beat will include everything from covering breaking news, to reporting elections, school boards and city councils. You'll also have ample opportunity to enterprise news features. Send resume and writing samples to: jobs@etcnonline.com Longview News-Journal Human Resources P.O. Box 1792 Longview, TX 75606.

New! Reporter - The Porterville Recorder, is currently looking for an energetic news reporter who thrives under deadline pressure and can unearth strong enterprise stories. Preferred qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, Communications or related field and 1plus years of newsroom experience (internship or professional). Send resume, clips and cover letter describing your approach to Brian Williams at bwilliams@portervillerecorder.com , or mail it to The Porterville Recorder, 115 E. Oak Avenue, Porterville, CA 93257.

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- The Post-Star, in Glens Falls, N.Y., has an opening for a full-time reporter who can move comfortably between breaking news, meeting coverage and enterprise reporting. This reporter will be expected to use mobile devices and video as part of day-to-day newsgathering. Applicants should have a track record in deadline reporting, beat development and initiative. To apply, go to www.lee.net/careers to submit a resume and cover letter. No phone calls, please. If we are interested in your application, we will contact you for more information.

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- The Marietta Daily Journal & Cherokee Tribune has an immediate opening for a creative and motivated photojournalist. Their photojournalists work out of Marietta, Ga., for news, features and sports in Cobb County for the seven-day MDJ and out of Canton, Ga., for the five-day Cherokee Tribune just to the north in Cherokee County. We may move between both coverage areas on any given day. The ideal candidate will have at least one year of experience at a daily newspaper, but recent college graduates with strong internships will be considered. Send a resume, professional references and a CD with a good mix of news, feature and sports photos (no prints please) to: Marietta Daily Journal & Cherokee Tribune, Photography Dept. - Resumes, 580 S. Fairground St. S.E., Marietta, Ga., 30060. Resumes and references may also be emailed to photography@mdjonline.com. Web links to portfolios tailored to this position will be accepted.

New! Reporter - American Farm Publications is in search of a full-time staff reporter to cover agriculture and farm-related stories in the Mid-Atlantic region. The job will also include some page design work. On the page-design side, experience with Adobe InDesign and Photoshop is preferred. A college degree in journalism is desirable but not mandatory. To apply, e-mail a single page cover letter and resume to sean@americanfarm.com, fax to 410-822-5068 or mail to American Farm Publications P.O. Box 2026 Easton, MD 21601. American Farm Publications is located in Easton, Md., in the heart of the Eastern Shore. The company publishes The Delmarva Farmer (weekly) The New Jersey Farmer (twice a month) Mid Atlantic Grower (monthly) and Shore Home and Garden Magazine (monthly).

New! News Director - NET is looking for an experienced, energetic, innovative news leader to manage the multimedia news department at one of the country’s top public media organizations. Direct all journalism across NET Radio, NET Television and NET Online that meets the highest ethical standards for editorial integrity, content quality, and relevance. The successful candidate will be responsible for all newsroom operations, including daily radio newscasts and television news specials. Lincoln is a lively, growing city of 250-thousand with a rich cultural life and socially engaged population. A Bachelor's degree in journalism is required  or a closely related field plus five years relevant experience in a minimum of two of four content organizations (radio, television, newspaper, or multimedia/internet) as a practicing journalist. Knowledge of audio and video production techniques including nonlinear story telling skills necessary. Excellent communication and presentation skills, including ability to edit and coach the work of others, required. Applicant review begins June 1. To view more about this NET Career and two other news position openings, go to http://www.netnebraska.org/about/employment1.html. Here there will be links to apply.