Sports General Assignment Reporter - Major U.S. Sports Leagues, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to bolster our coverage of the major U.S. sports leagues.
This role will require a reporter who can add firepower to the voice of WSJ Sports, enhancing our strong coverage of the NFL, NBA and Major League Baseball.
The candidate should be versatile enough to shift from season to season to both report and write original features and break and chase news aggressively.
We are looking for an energetic, knowledgeable generalist who can also roam into other areas such as the NHL or MLS.
The aim of WSJ Sports is to zig when the pack zags and find the unexpected, and this position requires an original thinker who can see beyond the conventional wisdom of the daily sports discussion.
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