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We’re on a mission to drive change. Together, we will reshape the media industry. We’re searching for impassioned individuals to join our team and work with us to innovate on new ways to engage audiences and support local and regional commerce. Are you passionate about telling stories that matter? Inventing cutting-edge technology and programs? Selling ideas that lead to big changes? You're looking for a place with Gannett.
The Philadelphia Inquirer is a public benefit corporation owned by the nonprofit Lenfest Institute for Journalism. Together, we’re at the center of a critical mission to create a lasting future for ambitious, engaging, and useful local journalism. We’re doing this, in part, by deepening our connection with the communities we serve. Our integrated digital and print platforms are the Philadelphia region’s largest media network. We’re passionate about building a sustainable model for indispensable local journalism, and we take pride in finding diverse, dynamic, and talented individuals to help push our team forward.
The Omaha World-Herald is the leading daily newspaper of Nebraska and portions of western Iowa providing news, advertising and commentary to help keep people informed in their communities. Founded in 1885, The World-Herald has the largest news-gathering staff in the Midlands and has had six publishers in its more than 130-year history. The Company was family owned until 1963 when Peter Kiewit purchased The World-Herald to ensure the paper would continue to be locally owned. After Kiewit’s death in 1979, the Company was employee owned until December of 2011, when Warren Buffet and Berkshire Hathaway purchased the paper, thus ensuring it remained locally owned. The award-winning World-Herald is Nebraska’s #1 news source and features a popular mobile news application and digital version (Omaha.com). More than 80 percent of adults in our “home market” of Douglas and Sarpy Counties have seen the printed or digital version in a week’s time.
We are part of Tribune Publishing. Learn more about us at www.tribpub.com and our careers at www.tribpub.com/careers. Visit Tribune Publishing's Glassdoor page to learn more about us.
The name Milwaukee means "the good land" (as Alice Cooper knew), and Journal Sentinel tries to bring the city's citizens good journalism. The subsidiary of Journal Communications operates Milwaukee's primary newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which was born in 1995 through the merger of two local papers with roots in the nineteenth century. Boasting a circulation of about 185,000, the paper offers local and regional news coverage, along with special features and events coverage. Journal Sentinel also operates the JS Online news Web site, which features blogs, videos, and a subscription service providing coverage of the Green Bay Packers football team.