Web Editor, Special Projects
- Department: News
- Hiring Manager: David Kihara
WJLA-TV/WJLA.com/TBD.com is seeking an editor to plan, organize and produce written and multimedia news content for the WJLA.com and TBD.com websites. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, planning and curating regular special sections, overseeing photo gallery production, organizing the production of web content accompanying television sweeps pieces and promotables, facilitating the production of web-specific enterprise pieces, and interfacing with the Promotions and Sales departments on special projects. From time-to-time, the Web Editor, Special Projects will also be expected to perform daily news production tasks, such as gathering news updates from reporters in the field, writing and reporting news articles and emails, writing headlines and teases, producing video clips, implementing engagement features, managing social media and managing the homepage.
The ideal candidate is a highly organized, meticulous planner who possesses strong news judgment, attention to detail, copy editing skills and familiarity with online publishing tools, and can produce clear, concise writing while working on a tight deadline.
Before applying for this position, you should know a few things about working on this team:
- You will be joining a specialty media company with very powerful and positive buzz in the marketplace.
- If you like a fast paced environment with lots of opportunities to grow your capabilities and career and would like to help establish a groundbreaking new media company, we may be the perfect place for you.
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1100 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22209
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