Managing Editor Jobs in North Carolina


3 North Carolina Managing Editor jobs found on Monster.

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WTVD-TV, the ABC Owned local TV and digital content provider in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, has an immediate opening for a Managing Editor to assign, vet and push various types of news content in “real time” across all ABC 11 platforms. The Managing Editor reports directly to the news director and supervises breaking news response and daily coverage 24/7 for broadcast and digital. Must have a ...
Journal of Accountancy CGMA Magazine Insiders and other newsletters Write features and news articles. Conduct interviews and research. Craft headlines, articles, tweets and social media chatter to drive web traffic. Review, edit and revise content as needed and follow all editorial guidelines and practices to ensure that published articles meet editorial requirements; perform substantive edi...
The University of North Carolina Greenville, NC, 27833
THIS IS A FLAT RATE JOB. The Content Editor coordinates and assists the design and implementation of copy, photos and layout in The Buccaneer. He/She is responsible for the development of the student life, organizations/clubs, academics and ads sections. The Content Editor is responsible for working with the Editor in Chief and Design Chief to help with design concepts, a coverage plan, sidebar a...

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$29,120.00 - $100,000.00
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