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American Banker, News Reporter - NY or D.C.

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Recruiter
SourceMedia
Posted
20 November 2012
Closes
24 December 2012
Industry
Job Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive compensation and benefits package

Further information

Location: New York, NY or Washington, D.C.

American Banker, a SourceMedia publication, is an award-winning resource serving the banking industry. Its operations include a 176 year-old daily print edition and the AmericanBanker.com web site.

We currently have a position available for a News Reporter. The successful candidate will be responsible for writing short breaking news stories and longer features about U.S. commercial banking that will appear online and in print.

Specifically, the role will involve: keeping up to date on breaking news involving large banks, community banks, back technology providers and financial regulators; selecting several newsworthy items per day; and quickly producing 300 to 600 word stories. The successful candidate will be expected to develop larger feature stories based on his or her reporting.

The News Reporter will work closely with colleagues in the newsroom and around the country to coordinate coverage. The ability to write clearly and accurately under tight deadlines is required. Knowledge of banking, finance, digital journalism and social media are a plus.

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. For consideration, please send a cover letter, resume and five story links or clips, along with salary requirements, to: ABreporters@sourcemedia.com. PLEASE MENTION GORKANA WHEN APPLYING! 

We invite you to learn more about us by visiting our website: www.sourcemedia.com.  

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