It isn’t just for political geeks. There are potential money stories on almost any newsroom beat, maybe even sports! And there are plenty of stories to do out there. Find out how to cover campaign finance at the state and federal level, and get some story ideas for your beat or locality from Sandra Fish, former follow the money reporter for New Mexico In Depth. Friday, June 29 (5:30 – 7:30 pm)
Santa Fe, The New Mexican (202 E. Marcy St.)
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Saturday, June 30 (10 am – 12 pm)
Albuquerque, UNM Communication & Journalism (Room 119)
Applicant should have two years’ experience as a reporter/producer for a network affiliated television station. We’re looking for a reporter with excellent news writing skills, solid storytelling ability through the effective use of video and graphics, strong news judgment, good people skills and the ability to thrive as a member of a team. Our producers must thrive on breaking news, juggle numerous tasks and must be able to create high-quality newscasts under strict daily deadlines. Having the drive and ambition to win in a competitive environment are essential. The right reporter/producer will enterprise from Day One. They will pitch and turn original stories true to the KOB brand. Immediately, the requirement is 50% enterprise reporting. Applicant will handle a variety of news reporting assignments. We emphasize Breaking News and stories that hold people accountable.
Board members of the Rio Grande Chapter of SPJ were saddened to hear about the death of Bob Martin of KRQE News 13. Our deepest condolences go out to Bob’s colleagues, friends and family. Although many of us work as competitors, all journalists in New Mexico are part of our journalism family and we hope our friends at KRQE will reach out if they need support. Our president, Sarah Gustavus, is available to help connect people: email@example.com