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SportsBusiness Journal/Daily has an opening for a Staff Writer/Reporter with the main coverage areas being soccer (MLS) and hockey (NHL). The position is based in New York City. Staff writers are expected to beat their competitors on every business story of significance. They should aim to produce a minimum of three, and an average of four, stories for SportsBusiness Journal each week with additional copy for SportsBusiness Daily as reporting and news dictates. They are expected to conceive and produce in-depth, multi-part packages of stories periodically during the year, as well. Work on editorial conferences and appearances on TV/radio and multimedia are also elements of the position. Please send résumé, supporting clips to: email@example.com.
Before the kickoff in Indianapolis, SportsBusiness Journal will outline the business story lines that are taking shape around the Super Bowl, whether it’s television advertising, parties and hospitality, sponsor activation or league marketing. The most dominant event in U.S. sports offers huge exposure for stakeholders; how do they take advantage of that and help grow the event’s stature even further?
Publishing Date: Jan. 30 Ad Close: Jan. 16 Materials Close: Jan. 18. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at 212-500-0711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.