Newsday Media Group (NMG) is one of the nation's most dynamic media organizations, serving Long Island and New York City through its portfolio of mobile and digital products, print publications and live events. With 19 Pulitzer Prizes and other esteemed awards for outstanding journalism, our mission and vision is to engage consumers and businesses by connecting them to the communities in which they live, work and play.
NMG properties include the award-winning Newsday, Newsday.com; amNewYork, New York City's most widely circulated free daily paper along with its mobile app and amNY.com; Newsday Connect, the digital solutions company serving Long Island business owners; and Newsday Local Publishing, one of the Northeast's largest groups of weekly shopper publications.
Newsday.com is looking for an experienced web producer to help us grow the local sections of our website in the competitive New York metro-area market. This position requires significant web and newsroom experience, strong news judgment, an interest in mobile news and organizational skills. Responsibilities include: Running the homepage of Newsday.com, section fronts and our mobile platform on a day-to-day basis with breaking news and other programming. Working with editors, copy editors and photo editors on breaking news. Using metrics to inform programming decisions and help improve headlines. Assigning and overseeing the work of assistant Internet news managers and interns.
Our ideal candidate is currently running a news website, homepage or section front. Creative and open to new ideas, and plugged into other news websites. Eager to jump on breaking new, as well as being a strong communicator is essential. Well-organized and patient, with project management skills and experience with compelling interactives. Committed to a high standard of journalism with a keen attention to detail.
•Three years of newsroom web producing experience with the ability to be fast, accurate and flexible.
•Past experience utilizing a web publishing content management system.
•Basic HTML and photo editing skills.
•Comfortable with technology and the roles social media and mobile applications play in expanding a website's reach.
•Adept at juggling tasks and calm under pressure in breaking news and deadline situations.
•Knowledge of business, real estate and cars is a plus, but not required.
•Familiar with Long Island and reliable transportation to and from Newsday's suburban Melville office.
•Flexibility to work various shifts including weekends.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintain a drug-free and smoke- free workplace.
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