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    Great management. You get the chance to work with industry veterans who have tons of interesting stories under their belts from years of news reporting. The editors are really knowledgeable, flexible and encouraging. News reporters are in this job because it's a passion for them. They love it, and that energy is absolutely contagious. Great place to work!


    Industry is at a decline. Pay is low compared to corporate work, but the work is also much more satisfying.

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    I had a phone interview with the San Antonio Express-News for a news reporting position. The editors I spoke with were incredibly nice and appeared to be very knowledgable about the journalism industry. They asked me about my academic background, my journalism experience and my interests.

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Headquarters San Antonio, TX
Size 1 to 5 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Media
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year

Part of Hearst Newspapers, the San Antonio Express-News is one of the leading daily newspapers in Texas and a mainstay source of news for the southern region of the state. The paper boasts a daily circulation of more than 200,000 and operates bureaus in Austin and Laredo, Texas; the Rio Grande Valley; and Washington, DC, as well as in Mexico City. In addition to its print edition, the San Antonio Express-News operates news and information Web portal in cooperation with KENS-TV (owned by Dallas-based Belo Corp.). The San Antonio Express-News was founded in 1865 and... More

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