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DAY CRIME & PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTER Opening for morning crime and public safety reporter to conduct research and interviews, cover breaking stories and write features. Coverage is with a digital-first mind set, getting information to our website as stories develop throughout the day, followed by putting the information together for print. This reporter is required to have a smartphone and will use ...
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Posted Sat 4th May
Whether it is for a book, magazine, newspaper, newsletter or Web site, it is the editor's responsibility to make sure that the final product is free of grammatical and punctuation errors. A liberal arts degree is preferable for one that is interested in an editing career. Most editors have a degree in journalism or English. Other forms of editing exist outside of the written text, such as film editing. Employers looking for editors include publishing firms, design firms, online companies and newspapers. One can also become a freelance editor and remain self-employed.
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