Displaced Journalists reports that Mother Jones magazine is going to hire a Senior Project Manager for its Climate Desk. This new job for a journalists of stature will be based at one of Mother Jones’ three offices: San Francisco, New York, or Wasington, D.C.
NPR National Public Radio has a job opening in the D.C. metro area for a Deputy Managing Editor.
Susan older DisplacedJournalists.com news sites lose reader trust when they publish errors and sloppy copy.
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By Jules Older I’m not one who regards editors as bastards. I yam an editor. I try not to be à bastard. Sometimes I even succeed. Ditto publishers. They’re the ones who feed my family, and I don’t go around biting the hand that feeds. But. But the ones who don’t pay… ah, now yer talkin’ bastards. […]
By Holly Kerfoot “Dead man walking!” The feeling that this should be shouted in the newsroom when I pass by has faded, as have the murmurs of sympathy from those who – for now – will be keeping their jobs. What remains is the uncertainty. You see, I work on a copy desk that is being […]
M.E. Sprengelmeyer is “reporter/publisher” of The Guadalupe County Communicator, a 2,000-circulation weekly in the colorful Route 66 community of Santa Rosa, New Mexico. M.E., as he prefers to be called, was Washington correspondent for the Rocky Mountain News when the Denver-based newspaper published its final edition February 27, 2009. He was a displaced journalist, but not for long. The […]
By Susan Older Founder, Displaced Journalists One of the things that irritates me most about the layoffs and firings at newspapers, magazines and major websites these days is the fact that the people in charge have chosen replacements who don’t seem to care about the quality of the product. Either that or they are uneducated. I […]