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Breaking In: The www.JobsPage.com Guide to Newspaper Internships

eBook (PDF), 181 Pages
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Breaking In is the insider's guide to landing -- and acing -- your newspaper internship. These are your strategies for applying, interviewing, succeeding and then using your newspaper internship to launch your career. This book is based on the www.JobsPage.com Web site, which Detroit Free Press Recruiting and Development Editor Joe Grimm created as a strategy guide to newspaper careers. Twenty recruiters, editors and journalists have contributed. They include: Richard Holden and Linda Shockley, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund; George Rede, The Oregonian; Bobbi Bowman, American Society of Newspaper Editors; Cedric Bryant, Gannett; Randy Hagihara, Los Angeles Times; Theola S. Labbe, the Washington Post; Reginald A. Stuart and Harry Walker, McClatchy; Walter Middlebrook, The Detroit News; Cathy Panagoulias, Wall Street Journal; Melissa Jordan, San Jose Mercury News; Don Hudson, (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger; Kathy Pellegrino, (South Florida) Sun-Sentinel.
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Product Details

Publisher
Joe Grimm
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
181
File Format
PDF
File Size
18.64 MB

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