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Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal has an opening for a writer to cover its colleges beat. The reporter will be expected to file news on the business of college sports, including sponsorships, media, marketing and licensing. Stories about individual school athletic departments are expected along with reporting on conference and NCAA business. Additional job requirements and expectations are noted below. If interested, please send a résumé and salary requirements to email@example.com. Hours: Full time Skills: The ideal candidate will have an ability to file both breaking news stories and analysis pieces while competing in a national marketplace. Adherence to deadlines, both daily and weekly, is expected. An ability to advance stories, and to incorporate both art and research into any news writing, also is important. The job, based in Charlotte, requires some travel. Experience: At least 3 years of business reporting is requested.
Go to many professional sports venues and you’ll see that teams are taking another look at how best to use technology in the fan experience. Fans may be able to go on-line with wireless internet access, text message a vote during an in-game contest, watch video highlights on a portable media center, or take part in on-site research. Teams are slowly catching on, but will the tilt toward tech pay off in added revenue? Closing Date: Oct. 18, 2004. Materials Due: Oct. 20, 2004. To find out more about SportsBusiness Journal's Special Reports and In-Depth sections please call Ad Sales Director Tom Kilby at 212-500-0711 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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