KPCC-FM has posted a job opening for a journalist-blogger to cover what the station calls emerging communities. The hire will be "charged w/ building a dedicated online following around coverage of immigration policy & issues affecting southern California communities that are 'emerging' into a greater role in society: immigrants & their children & grandchildren. The position requires that the journalist-blogger become the area's most authoritative voice on the issue." They also want radio skills and "strong Photoshop skills... & deep familiarity w/ HTML & Web publishing tools." Salary range is $62,094 to $93,141 — though the position is grant funded only through 2011. Here's the link for info or to apply.
KPCC looking to hire a 'journalist-blogger'
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