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Why California only?
California is home to some of the most diverse communities in the country and some of the best journalism programs in higher education. Journalism professionals come to California for the vast career opportunities available and the great weather, of course. Every day, news and media jobs in California attract thousands of talented and diverse candidates from all over the country.
Who reads it?
With a +60% average open rate, the CA//MEDIA//JOBS newsletter is seen by working professionals from organizations like the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, CNN, NPR stations, NBC News, CBS News, BuzzFeed, Mashable, Fusion, the Washington Post, just to name a few, as well as journalism graduates from colleges and universities like Columbia University, University of Southern California, U.C. Berkeley, U.C. Los Angeles, University of Colorado, Cal State Northridge, Arizona State University, and more.
Who posts jobs?
The CA//MEDIA//JOBS newsletter features jobs at renowned news and media organizations in public media, broadcast media, print media and online media.
What kind of jobs are listed?
All jobs and internships listed are paid and located in California. Here is a small sample of jobs typically listed:
Los Angeles Times
• Visual journalism internship (Los Angeles)
University of San Francisco
• Web producer (San Francisco)
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
• Communication writer (Beverly Hills)
University of California
• Visual journalism professor (Berkeley)
• Executive producer (San Francisco)
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