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Audience development director

The Enterprise, a Cape–based media company that publishes four weekly newspapers and a home and garden magazine with associated web sites and digital marketing division, is looking to hire an audience development director.

The audience development director is a new position that reflects the company’s commitment to growth, both of existing and new products.

The director will be responsible for increasing the audience for print products, magazines, web sites and e-newsletters. He or she will be a strategic leader, working directly with the publisher, sales director, editors and designers.

If growth is the primary objective, experimentation and optimization are the way there.


Understands current and potential audiences. Plans, develops and implements innovative marketing campaigns to reach growth goals as well as maintain brand loyalty. Analyzes and interprets data to monitor effectiveness of campaigns.

Identifies growth opportunities and revenue generation opportunities from existing products and from new products and platforms.

Develops and monitors the circulation operating budget with emphasis on total audience reach and engagement.

Oversees a staff responsible for clerical tasks, distribution of products, and record keeping.

Skill sets:

Technically savvy with a working knowledge of data gathering, analysis, web optimization, and social media.


Stays ahead of trends

Strong writing and communications skills

Posted March 2018

GateHouse Media/Wicked Local

Has Multimedia Journalist Positions available in Various Mass. Locations

GateHouse Media/Wicked Local is looking for dedicated and creative multimedia journalists who are eager to connect with the communities they cover through stories that are relevant, inspiring and hold those in power accountable. We are proud of our innovative environment and put a premium on journalists who are not shy about sharing their ideas and are willing to tell stories on all platforms and in new ways.

Journalism with impact is our mantra and our reason for being. In this job you will work with an editor to produce among other content, at least one enterprise package a week, which will include video, graphics, social media and other digital layers.

At GateHouse Media we work hard to get beyond government meetings to gain a deeper understanding of the issues that are relevant to the lives of the people we cover. We use analytics to understand what interests our readers and go after those stories. With this guidance, multimedia journalists are expected to produce daily content that can take the form of articles, video, photos, web updates or other forms. While we publish newspapers and magazines, we focus on our websites —  especially our mobile websites —  posting content throughout the day.

Our goal is to cultivate an environment of diversity to ensure our coverage reflects the communities we cover. The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of social media, and a strong presence on one or two social media platforms. High ethical standards, integrity and accuracy are required. Computer skills are a must including Microsoft Office, Google products and YouTube. Knowledge of Saxotech or experience with a content management system is desirable. A four-year college degree or commensurate experience preferred.

GateHouse Media/Wicked Local offers employees the opportunity to grow as journalists. We operate 100 plus well-established and trusted weekly and daily newspapers and 160 hyperlocal websites throughout the Eastern Massachusetts.

To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and 2 clippings via e-mail to:

We offer Health, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Accounts, Life Insurance and 401(k).

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted March 2018

Immediate Openings for Goss Metro Pressmen

Hearst Media Services Bridgeport, Connecticut print operation has expanded.  We have two – 3rd shift positions and one – 2nd shift position open for experienced Goss Metro Offset pressman. 3rd shift is M-F 11p to 7a, Sat 7p-5a, and Sun 8p-5a.  Rotating days off that gives you a 4 day weekend every 5 weeks.  Looking for candidates that can set color, register and work with crew on set ups, running web leads and other required tasks. Desire to work as Man In Charge a plus.

We also have one opening in reel room. Job duties include prep and set up of paper for press runs. This is an entry level position to printing. Must have organizational skills and ability to lift 50lbs.

Qualified candidates please send resume to:

Posted January 2018


The Milton Times, a small, independent weekly newspaper with digital and web presence is looking for a new editor.

This is a 40 to 37.5 hour position.

Although the basic work week is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, the most important news events in the community must be covered and it is the editor’s job to make sure that happens, which means adjusting hours to accomplish the goal.

The editor is responsible for making sure the diverse voices of the community can be found in each edition of the Milton Times.

Gathering news, writing the major stories, not already covered, are among the many responsibilities. He/she will oversee the rest of the staff to be sure we all work toward the same goal.

Assignment of stories and photos is a key task.

He/she is also responsible for editing copy.

He/she will write a signed editorial to fit the space available on the editorial page.

It is an option to adjust his/her hours ton cover an evening event. Apply to

Posted January 2018


Providence Business News, Southern New England’s leading business publication, is looking for an energetic, detail-oriented researcher/writer to oversee our Top Lists feature, published in the weekly edition, special reports and our yearly Book of Lists.

In addition, this position calls for collecting, editing and writing short items for PBN’s print and online reports, including front-of-book features, and news about people, real estate, charity events and our weekly nonprofit/philanthropy event calendar. This is an entry-level position, with the opportunity to grow as a journalist, but writing skill is required. A background in business news is not needed (although it is appreciated), but good interviewing skills and pleasant phone manner are. PBN is locally owned, meaning we care about this community; it is where we live.

Send resume and writing samples to Mark Murphy, editor, Providence Business News, 400 Westminster St., Suite 600, Providence, R.I. 02903. You may e-mail material to No phone calls.

Posted January 2018


Purpose of Position

The Sun is looking for a skilled, enthusiastic multimedia general assignment reporter with a focus on education coverage.

Essential Functions

  1. Must be able to produce accurate, compelling written and visual content with a digital-first approach.
  2. Must be able to produce high-quality photos and video.
  3. Accurate, compelling stories on deadline.
  4. Coverage areas include breaking news, government, schools, business and features.
  5. Must excel at community engagement and audience-building through social media.
  6. Professional use of social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
  7. Ability to work nights as needed.


  1. Knowledge of digital news media and reporting normally acquired through the completion of a degree and 2-3 years of experience.
  2. Video editing/photography skills.
  3. Excellent knowledge of social media platforms (Facebook Twitter, Instagram for professional use.

 Job Scope

  • Full-Time, 40 hours per week
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, insurance and reliable transportation.

Interested candidates should contact News Editor Corey Fyke at Please provide links to samples of your best work.

Posted November 2017