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SportsBusiness Daily has an immediate opening for a Staff Writer in our Charlotte office. This entry-level position will be responsible for compiling, writing and copy editing daily sports business news in a fast-paced, deadline environment. Must be able to produce clear, concise copy and turn complicated subjects and issues into readable stories. Must be a team player, and should be comfortable in a newsroom setting. Must have knowledge of -- and interest in – sports, the business of sports, current events and pop culture. Ideal candidate is a collaborative team player, as well as energetic, creative, and a self-starter. If interested, please send resume and writing samples to email@example.com.
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We are looking for a tech-savvy reviewer of mobile apps and video content. This freelance position would require smart writing, analysis with context and thoughtful criticism. Must be interested and knowledgeable in digital and mobile technology and an avid user of the latest applications. Strong writing and analytical skills are a must. If interested, send resume to email@example.com.
Whether it's coordinating team travel or providing fans with smooth entry into a venue, logistics pose a challenge to any sports enterprise. In this issue, SportsBusiness Journal will highlight ways teams are managing their transportation plans, with an eye toward cost and efficiency. We also will look at how venues are addressing everything from traffic flow and parking, to security screenings and staffing, so that fans don't experience bottlenecks. What are the innovative, and affordable, approaches?
Publishing Date: Oct. 15 Ad Close: Oct. 1 Materials Close: Oct. 3. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at 212-500-0711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.