Sunday, October 14, 2007

More praise for CubReporters.org

Ken Jost, Supreme Court Editor of CQ Press, e-mails us: "Perhaps if I'd read this [Web site] 30 years ago, I might be editor of the New York Times by now."

"Too often, young journalists don't have a road map with which to navigate the industry -- instead, they're given gloomy assessments about the job market and then shoved out into it," says J.T. Rushing, state capital bureau chief for the Florida-Times Union. "What Mark has created is a terrific, must-read resource for reporters in that category which we were all in at one point. His site is unique, it's invaluable, it's comprehensive and it is most certainly recommended.

Says the Aggie Journalists blog: "CubReporters.org has a whole raft of solid links to national internship listings — more than a dozen, including ASNE's bank and chains/organizations such as the AP and Freedom Communications, which owns five Texas papers."

"Looks great," e-mails Chandra Turner, founder and president of Ed2010.com , a networking and mentoring organization committed to helping aspiring and junior-level editors reach their dream magazine jobs.

Thanks, everyone!


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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Over 10,000 page views last week!


And nearly 3,000 visitors. That means the site is averaging about 400 visitors and 1,500 page views per day. Nowhere near what uber popular journalism sites such as JournalismJobs.com get, but, still, impressive. Thanks for checking us out.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

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Monday, April 2, 2007

Web site re-launch

CubReporters.org is back and better than ever before!

The website, aimed at helping young, college and early-career journalists, was launched in October 1999. Over the years, however, it languished as I became busy working as a reporter and later attending law school.

Recently, I recommitted myself to maintaining the website. Broken links have been fixed, new links and features (such as this blog) have been added. The site has also received a facelift to make it more aesthetically appealing and easier to navigate.

Please let me know if I can assist you in anyway. Feedback on the website is welcome, as well. Email me at Mark@CubReporters.org.

-Mark Grabowski,
CubReporters.org Web editor

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