Managing Editor Jobs in Colorado


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Position Summary: The Managing Editor/Team Lead manages the AORN Journal product line, including the print & online editions as well as Journal derivatives, supplements, sponsored collections, online resource centers, and new products. S/he manages and oversees the work of the Journal, and serves as Managing Editor for the AORN Journal. The Managing Editor/Team Lead works closely with the Editor-...
One of Colorado’s most progressive and innovative media companies is looking for a high-energy addition to our desk to help layout print newspaper and magazine pages, as well as help produce our growing digital products. We’re the Aurora Media Group and produce the Aurora Sentinel, an online daily and weekly regional newspaper. We also produce The Aurora magazine, a full-scale city lifestyle maga...
Gannett Denver, CO
Description KUSA-TV in Denver is looking for an enterprising reporter who excels at breaking news and live coverage in morning news. Candidates must be able to develop story ideas as well as work on assignments from producers. Fill-in anchoring will be assigned as needed. Candidates must be energetic and engaging on air and have a proven track record of being able to work off script when necessar...

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$29,120.00 - $100,000.00
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