Deputy Editor - Media & Marketing, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Media & Marketing team is looking for a deputy editor to help guide and edit our coverage of television, advertising, publishing and digital media at a moment of transformation in these fast-changing industries.
The successful candidate will bring a steady hand on corporate news like M&A deals and executive changes, will be a fast and clean editor, and will have a knack for developing creative visual ideas for stories. She or he will also be skilled at coaching reporters, whether on handling of spot news or thinking through ambitious feature ideas.
We are looking for someone with editing experience or a seasoned reporter eager to move to editing. Previous experience covering the media industry would be a bonus, but isn’t required.
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