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Copy editor/page designer, The Durango Herald, Durango, Colo.

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  • ACESjobs-owner@yahoogroups.com
    The Durango Herald, a family-owned daily newspaper in spectacular Southwest Colorado, seeks an experienced copy editor/page designer to join its news desk.
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 25, 2011
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      The Durango Herald, a family-owned daily newspaper in spectacular Southwest Colorado, seeks an experienced copy editor/page designer to join its news desk. Duties include editing staff and wire copy, writing headlines, designing feature and news pages, and proofreading. We want someone who can write headlines that grab readers, design pages that advance stories, and edit copy for accuracy, clarity, completeness and organization. A strong command of AP style, spelling and grammar is essential. Hours include nights and weekends.


      The Herald moved last year to a new content-management system with a dynamic web-publishing component. It recently launched a new website and a redesign of the paper. The Herald, a branch of Ballantine Communications, enjoys a proud tradition of journalistic excellence. It repeatedly has been honored as the best small daily in Colorado. It is an equal opportunity employer.


      To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and page-design and headline-writing samples to Amy Maestas, news editor, at amaestas@... or c/o The Durango Herald, 1275 Main Ave., Durango CO 81301.
    • ACESjobs-owner@yahoogroups.com
      The Durango Herald, a family-owned daily newspaper in spectacular Southwest Colorado, seeks an experienced copy editor/page designer to join its news desk.
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 31, 2012
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        The Durango Herald, a family-owned daily newspaper in spectacular Southwest Colorado, seeks an experienced copy editor/page designer to join its news desk. Duties include editing staff and wire copy, writing headlines, designing feature and news pages, and proofreading. We want someone who can write headlines that grab readers, design pages that advance stories, and edit copy for accuracy, clarity, completeness and organization. A strong command of AP style, spelling and grammar is essential. Hours include nights and weekends.


        The Herald moved last year to a new content-management system with a dynamic web-publishing component. It recently launched a new website and a redesign of the paper. The Herald, a branch of Ballantine Communications, enjoys a proud tradition of journalistic excellence. It repeatedly has been honored as the best small daily in Colorado. It is an equal opportunity employer.


        To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and page-design and headline-writing samples to Amy Maestas, news editor, at amaestas@... or c/o The Durango Herald, 1275 Main Ave., Durango CO 81301.
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