Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Guam newspaper seeks H.S. journalists

The Pacific Daily News, a 20,000-circulation daily newspaper in Guam, seeks high school students to write for its teen section VIBE.

"Students selected for the program will undergo basic journalism training throughout the summer," the ad states. "During the yearlong internship program, VIBE interns interview other teens and write stories about teen-related news, issues, events, features and trends. Stories appear in the weekly VIBE section in Monday's Pacific Daily News, online at www.GuamPDN.com and in the quarterly teen magazine, VIBE Extreme."

Incoming freshman through seniors are eligible, and 14 students will be selected. Deadline to turn in application packages is June 5. Click here for more info on how to apply.

Location: Hagatna, Guam

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Thursday, October 2, 2008

News radio station seeks D.C. correspondent

Pacific News Center in Guam is seeking a Washington correspondent to file reports for radio.

The freelancer will cover Guam's Washington Delagate Office and Congressional hearings concerning Guam and Pacific Affairs.

PNC produces multiple daily news broadcasts for the radio medium, including news feeds for K-57 Guam, Power 98 Guam and 105.1 The KAT.

E-mail resume to kevin@spbguam.com.

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