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Digital Sports Production Journalist @ Telegraph Sport


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Closing Date: 19th October 2020

Telegraph Sport is looking for a Digital Sports Production Journalist. This role is a key member of a fast-paced, creative digital sports team. You will publish content from the UK’s leading sports writers and generate your own high-quality journalism.

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Key responsibilities

  • Producing online content to the highest possible standard, making use of multimedia elements
  • Writing original features and liveblogs
  • Curating and managing homepages
  • Publishing content filed by a range of sports reporters
  • Generating creative solutions to presenting content online
  • Contributing to The Telegraph’s subscription strategy

Requirements

  • Proven experience of an ability to write engagingly, preferably about sport, for an online audience
  • Experience with content management systems
  • Proven experience of digital publishing at a high level
  • Quick, accurate subbing
  • Broad knowledge of men’s and women’s sport, including football, rugby union and cricket, but other specialisms welcomed
  • Able to respond well under pressure and adhere to strict deadlines
  • Understanding of social media and SEO
  • Knowledge and understanding of The Telegraph’s subscription strategy

For more information and to apply for the role, click here.

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