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AMERICAN COPY EDITORS SOCIETY: Points you to a Listserv with job listings. You don’t have to join to look at the jobs.

AMERICAN HORSE PUBLICATIONS: Student membership consists primarily of equine-related magazines, newsletters, and tabloids/newspapers as well as individuals, businesses and organizations serving the equine publishing industry. Cost: $25

ASNE: Job advice and excellent links to other sites that list journalism jobs. The links may be very helpful to someone looking for a job in a particular region. From the American Society of Newspaper Editors.

ASSOCIATION OF ALTERNATIVE NEWSWEEKLIES: Has a link to job listings from around the country.

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CAREER BUILDER: Many types of jobs — not just journalism

CAREER PAGE: National Job Bank for Broadcasters and career advice from the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations.

CONNECTICUT BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION: Has good links and names and addresses of radio and television stations in Connecticut.

CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING: Job listings for PBS and NPR.

CUB REPORTERS: Links to excellent tips on jobs and internships

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EDITOR & PUBLISHER: Job listings for newspaper jobs of all kinds.

ESPN: Internships in Bristol. Most of these are paid, require 20 or more hours weekly, and are available for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Click on “Jobs,” then “Internships” … then narrow the search to Bristol. The “Internships” section is often vacant, but new listings are posted close to the start of each semester.

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GANNETT JOBS: Gannett company job listings. Includes print and broadcast jobs.

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INLAND PRESS: Details on internships in more than a dozen states.

INTERN WEB: For internships, not full-time jobs

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS: For internships, not full-time jobs.

IRE JOB POSTINGS: Free listing of print and broadcast jobs maintained by Investigative Reporters and Editors.

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JOBS PAGE: An extensive site produced by the Detroit Free Press. It has excellent advice on how to do a resume, a cover letter, and an interview. It also has good links to other job sites. This site is a MUST.

JOURNALISM JOBS: Operated by the Columbia Journalism Review and America Online — excellent. Lots of jobs.

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MAGAZINE PUBLISHERS OF AMERICA: Job and internship listings and career advice

MASSACHUSETTS BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION: Has a list of radio and television stations and a job bank. You can post your resume.

MEDIA BISTRO: All types of journalism and related jobs

MEDIA LINE: There is a fee for this job bank, too, but it linked one of our recent graduates to her first television job. The minimum subscription is five days for $9.95.

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS: Job listings and career tips.

NATIONAL DIVERSITY NEWSPAPER JOB BANK: Maintained by the Newspaper Association of America. You must submit a resume to get a password to the job bank.

NATIONAL WRITERS UNION: Job listings for members of the National Writers Union. Membership is $95 per year. You can preview the types of jobs available before you join.

NEW ENGLAND NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION: A free job listing maintained by the New England Newspaper Association.

NEW HAMPSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS: Job bank.

NEWS LINK: A large site maintained by the American Journalism Review. Lists news organizations by state.

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RADIO-TELEVISION NEWS DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION: This site has job listings and a lot of good information about broadcast careers.

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SUN OASIS JOBS: Information about writing jobs, careers and publishing

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THE WRITE JOBS: Writing jobs of many kinds, including freelance.

TRIBUNE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Print, broadcast and online jobs with the Tribune Co.

TVSpy: Has job listings and a daily electronic newsletter, Shoptalk.

 

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