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The Full Package Deal

Position Wanted

The Full Package Deal!  (QUALITY CONTENT & SALES)

Editorial and Sales Management Team seeks newspaper or magazine in the South that seeks improved content and increased sales. Seasoned Editor has broad experience in community newspaper content objectives, staff management and pagination. Ad sales guy has print and digital advertising and circulation management experience. We’re seeking a community newspaper or publication that wants to grow with some fresh new ideas and a strong locally-focused team. Both of us have worked all over the country and possess the talent, drive and initiative for taking a publication to its next level of success, by managing existing products, developing new products and resolving the deficiencies that can impede growth and prosperity. Email:

Executive Director

California News Publishers Association
Sacramento, CA

California News Publishers Association (CNPA), a 132-year-old, 500-member trade organization, is seeking its next Executive Director.

The ideal candidate must be an excellent communicator and also have a strong financial acumen. Expertise in leading the association’s legislative efforts is also a key component of this job.

The ideal candidate will have a proven record of success as well as at least five years of senior management experience in a media environment or trade association.  

The compensation package for this position includes a competitive base pay, a performance-based bonus plan and attractive benefits package.  (See the Job Bank at for detailed job posting.)

Qualified candidates should forward a cover letter along with their resume to

Senior Reporter

Senior Reporter
Gonzales Inquirer
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Gonzales, Texas

The Gonzales Inquirer is looking for a senior reporter to cover news in our community .

We are an award-winning weekly community newspaper located in Gonzales County, where the fight for Texas Independence began. We are also one of the oldest continually published newspapers in the state, with editions dating back to 1860. We publish daily online and have a weekly print newspaper as well as a variety of magazine products.

While we are very proud of our history, not to mention the history of our community - we ARE where the phrase, 'Come & Take It' originated - we are also proud of our future and want the right person to help us take our news coverage to the next level.

You will cover a wide range of news and feature stories ranging from local government, schools and community events to investigative reporting. You should have a strong interest in community reporting and a passion for telling engaging stories. 

We're looking for someone with formal journalism education and training (or equivalent experience) and at least two years of experience in a newsroom that produces content on a daily basis. You must be comfortable conducting in-person and phone interviews, be well-versed in AP style, and have basic photography and photo editing skills. You must also be social media savvy, as this position will be expected to attract a broad audience and drive engagement with our work through creative and consistent use of social media. Video skills are a strong plus.

You must be able to meet deadlines and turn quality stories around quickly - we post local content daily online. Reliable transportation, a valid drivers license and auto insurance are necessary. The qualified candidate will be an organized, motivated self-starter looking to make a difference in a growing community. This position also offers an opportunity for advance, both in-house and within our group. 

Our newsroom staff is not responsible for page layout, but candidates should have a keen eye for producing visually appealing stories with a modern balance of copy and visual elements. Strong verbal and written communication skills, as well as computer skills including sharing/collaborating via online services (content management systems, Google Apps and/or Microsoft Office 365/OneDrive) is a requirement. 

The Gonzales Inquirer is part of Fenice Community Media, a progressive group of Texas community newspapers that prefers to promote from within. If you are ready for your next challenge, please include your resume, cover letter and compensation requirements when applying. Apply at


Managing Editor


Think you’re ready to lead? The Snyder Daily News, a six-day a week afternoon newspaper, is looking for a Managing Editor to lead our newsroom in Scurry County. Being part of a small newsroom, you’ll be responsible for being productive in print. We will tap into your experience to be a mentor in the newsroom - leading through example and hands-on training. Some night and weekend work will be required. We offer a good work environment where we make decisions about who, what, when, where, why and how we cover stories locally, not based on instructions from a corporate office. Experience is preferred, but this could be a great opportunity for someone looking to take the next step into management in their journalism career. We are part of Roberts Publishing Group, a Texas-owned newspaper group based in Andrews and we offer paid vacation and sick leave, will pay for your health insurance and offer a workplace focused on providing the best product we can by focusing on our community. To apply, send a resume along with writing examples to: Bill Crist by email at, or by mail to P.O. Box 949, Snyder, TX 79550. Equal opportunity employer.

Pre-press Technician, Full Time

The Galveston County Daily News
Galveston, TX

The Galveston County Daily News is currently accepting resumes to join the team in our production department. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Photoshop, InDesign and Acrobat Pro) and a working knowledge of macOS is strongly preferred, but not required, to support prepress production workflows.

Must be high energy, deadline oriented, and able to work with priorities continuously shifting. Responsibilities will include toning photos for our publications to ensure quality, making plates on the Kodak Trendsetter and the opportunity for graphic design work. We will train the right candidate.

Work schedule will be Friday - Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Benefits include:

• Holiday and vacation pay
• Medical, dental and vision insurance with employer contribution
• FSA without employer contribution
• 401(k) plan with employer matching
• Company paid basic life insurance
• Company paid long-term disability

The Daily News is an equal opportunity employer providing a drug free environment.

Send cover letter and resume to with a subject line of: “Prepress Technician”

No walk-ins or phone calls please.