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ESPN MAGAZINE SEEKS PR COORDINATOR/ASSOCIATE PUBLICIST
Published November 25, 1997
ESPN Magazine is looking for a bright, energetic PR coordinator/associate publicist to join its staff. The ideal candidate has 1-2 years experience in the PR field with a background in and strong knowledge of sports. Excellent organization, communications and written skills a must, as well as database and computer proficiency. Please send/fax resume to Human Resources, ESPN Magazine, 19 East 34th St., 7th Fl., New York, NY 10016 or 212/515-1299. No phone calls please, we will respond only to those selected for an interview. We are an equal opportunity employer.