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The new Hacks/Hackers Jobs Newsletter + Awesomest Journalism Party. Ever. at SXSW

From: Jennifer 8. L.
Sent on: Sunday, February 26, 2012 11:26 AM

Two great Hacks/Hackers announcements:

1)  Hacks/Hackers is starting a jobs newsletter due to the number of job postings we are constantly hearing about at Hacks/Hackers meetups across the country (and the world). It will be a compilation of jobs at the intersection of journalism x technology — spanning engineering, reporting, social media, data visualization, UX/UI design, product management and anything else we haven't thought about.

The email may be frequent or sporadic depending on the jobs volume. Consider it the beta edition. Subscribe on hackshackers.com

On that note, have a job you want to promote on the list?

Looking for a CTO? Looking for a copyeditor who knows WordPress? Let us know.

 Send job descriptions to jobs[at]hackshackers[dot]com. Please include job description, location, contact information etc. It must be at the intersection of journalism and technology (PR doesn't count. Sorry!)

 

1) Going to SXSW? Hacks/Hackers is helping to organize a journalism-tech party on Saturday, March 10, from 5- 8 p.m. at Palm Door at 401 Sabine Street in Austin. Go to awesomest.journalismparty.com/ever to RSVP.

The sponsors include The Huffington PostWebbmedia GroupThe New York TimesSoundCloudNewsCred, The Online News AssociationThe John S. Knight Fellowship at StanfordNPRThe Association of Alternative NewsmediaThe Paley Center for MediaThe AtavistThe Society for News Design and MailChimp.

 

 

 

 

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