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How To Get Ahead In Journalism

by | 25th, June 2008

WANT to work for newspapers? Here’s how, says

Newspapers–once seen as less snooty than magazines–are no less exacting. There are basically two ways to get a job as a big-city newspaper reporter. One is to start at a small-town paper–step one–and from there work your way up to a slightly bigger paper–step two–and go on to progressively bigger and better papers, so that in five to ten years, you’re covering school board meetings in a major metro area, like Denver or Philadelphia.

Or you could realise that newspapers are on the down and sites like Anorak are on the up. Work with us…

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