SW AL weekly for sale
PROFITABLE, AWARD-WINNING WEEKLY FOR SALE, located in SW Alabama (county adjoins Mississippi), sportsman's paradise, just 90 miles from Gulf of Mexico beaches. Paid circulation 4,200 (print), another 500+ e-paper subscribers. Respected, outspoken editorial voice in and for the community. Includes popular (fully licensed) 24/7 internet radio station with listeners in all 50 states and 65+ foreign countries; web TV. Equipment up-to-date. Appraised (professionally) for $600,000. Asking $375,000 (negotiable). Includes building. Some owner financing possible. Absolutely no legal, financial or tax issues; owners are just ready for new challenges. Call 205-604-9849. 
Small weekly for sale
Owner wants to slow down! Published in county seat for over 100 years. Resort area. Great potential for growth! Some of the Delta's best hunting and fishing and close to major metro area. Any reasonable offer considered. Serious inquiries call 901-387-7972. 
Community weekly, quarterly magazine
Community weekly newspaper and fast-growing county-wide quarterly magazine for sale in central Mississippi. Owner ready to retire but searching for the right buyer to take good care of community and newspaper. Fast access to Jackson and other regional cities via I-20. Excellent opportunity for self-starter or semi-retirees looking for a rewarding challenge. Serious, confidential inquiries please. Contact Betty Little at 601-732-8999 or 601-940-0799 or email email@example.com
Listings on the MPA Job Bank are free to member newspapers or by request from a sister press association nationwide. Blind box ads are also available; contact Monica Gilmer for details.
Cannon, casinos and the Corps make for an amazing news town. All it needs is another excellent reporter to join the news team of its award-winning community newspaper. The Vicksburg (Miss.) Post is looking to expand its excellent news team.
Vicksburg is home to great Civil War history and modern science as well with three U.S. Army Corps of Engineers research facilities in the area. Vicksburg is a great place to live, located approximately 45 miles east of the state capital in Jackson.
We’re looking for someone who is a team player not afraid to grab a camera when necessary or even learn how to build an occasional news page. We offer an excellent opportunity to learn at a progressive community newspaper.
This Pulitzer Prize winning, 11,000-circulation daily publishes Monday through Friday afternoons and weekend mornings. Recent local market research showed 7 out of 10 local residents turn to The Post for their news.
We offer excellent pay and benefits and an opportunity to advance further in our company.
To apply send a resume and cover letter to managing editor Paul Barry at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Enterprise-Journal of McComb, Miss., has an immediate opening for its staff photographer position. The 8,000 circulation, six-day afternoon daily is looking for someone who is industrious, creative and motivated to produce high-quality community journalism. Ideal candidates should have previous newspaper experience, but we'll also take a hard look at recent college graduates with good clips. The 45-hour-a-week position will require a little bit of everything — news, sports and features — for the daily edition, as well as a quarterly magazine and various special sections. Candidates should own their own equipment, including at least one high-quality DSLR camera body, flash unit, wide angle lens and f2.8-aperture telephoto lens. Send cover letter, résumé, clips and three references to Managing Editor Matt Williamson at email@example.com. No phone calls.
The Commercial Dispatch, a 14,000 circ. family-owned newspaper in Columbus, Miss., is looking for an experienced press operator. The ideal candidate will have not only a commitment to quality work but also a thorough understanding of the operation and maintenance of Goss presses.
The Dispatch is a six-day daily (Mon.-Fri. p.m.; Sun. a.m.), printed on a 10-unit Goss Urbanite. In addition to the daily paper, we print three weeklies and commercial print jobs.
Columbus is a beautiful, historic river town of approximately 25,000.
We are near two universities, an Air Force base and a wide range of
both locally owned businesses and large industrial developments.
The Starkville Daily News is looking for a lifestyle reporter who is excited by the fast pace of our changing industry. This ideal candidate should have an interest in pop culture and current trends, from food and fashion to TV and technology, and home and gardening as well important topics such as faith, family and health. This reporter need to be a self-starter, highly organized, excited about generating story ideas through contacts and social media and able to work independently as well as collaboratively with other members of the news team. We’re looking for new ways to present information, in print and online. One - 2 years experience is preferred. Ability to meet deadlines and juggle multiple assignments a must. Candidate must be proficient with use of Mac, Indesign and Photoshop. The SDN, a Horizon Group newspaper, is published mornings seven days a week. Starkville is the home of Miss. State University, Mississippi's largest university. Send resume and samples of your work to Don Norman, Publisher, Starkville Daily News, P.O. Box 1068, Starkville, Ms. 39760, e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
HANDS-ON MANAGING EDITOR needed for award-winning weekly in SW Alabama (located near Miss. state line, about 35 miles from Waynesboro, 50 miles from Meridian). Full-time position, paid vacation, sick days. Must be a good writer, go-getter, self-motivated, conscientious, and have a strong WORK ETHIC. Lazy, “just do the bare minimum” types need not waste our time or yours. This is rewarding work in a great community, but it is not an 8-5 job; requires some night and weekend work to attend meetings, cover wrecks, fires, community events, and filling in to assist sports editor in shooting high school game photos when necessary. It is not an entry-level position. Company vehicle provided for work-related travel. The person for this job will have a minimum of five years experience in covering governmental meetings and courts, making photos (and adjusting same in Photoshop), covering a variety of events that can range from kindergarten graduations to fatal accidents, laying out pages in Quark X-Press, writing editorial columns, and coordinating the day-to-day operation of the paper. Above all, the publishers demand honesty and accountability to the company and to the readers we serve. Send resumes to: Dee Ann Campbell, Publisher, The Choctaw Sun-Advocate, P.O. Box 269, Gilbertown, AL 36908, or email to email@example.com.
Veteran reporter is looking for a full time position, but am also interested in freelance writing for area publications in the surrounding area of Choctaw, Winston, Webster, Oktibbeha, Attala, Clay and Lowndes County. If your publication is in need of a freelance writer, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have 20-plus years experience as a reporter/staff writer with daily, bi-weekly and weekly newspapers in Mississippi and Alabama, and have written for sports specialty publications as well as sports Web sites. I am interested in a fulltime position as a staff writer in sports, features, arts and entertainment as well as general assignment. I am also interested in a writing position with magazines, online publications, as well as similar work in public relations or sports information. For more information, contact Allen Baswell at email@example.com