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GA Voice currently seeks experienced outside sales executives.
Job duties include the sale of both print and web advertising for GA Voice and print advertising sales for our two annual publications “Destination: Gay Atlanta” (DGA) and “Atlanta Gay Weddings (AGW).” Successful sales with all of these products can guarantee substantial income for a motivated self-starter.
Interested applicants should feel comfortable with, and have experience in, cold-calling and creating new business. We offer a generous commission package and flex time and take pride in an environment dedicated to the growth of both our staff and our community. Ready to become a part of the community’s “Voice?” Apply today!
Send cover letter and resume to Tim Boyd, Associate Publisher at: [email protected] No phone calls, please.
The Georgia Voice, the state’s new LGBT media outlet, seeks editorial interns for fall and winter.
Interns should have an interest in a career in journalism and basic familiarity with lesbian and gay civil rights issues.
Interns will perform a variety of tasks, from compiling calendars and writing news briefs to developing full-length articles for publication in our biweekly print edition and daily website (www.thegavoice.com). Interns will gain experience in interviewing, research and writing; opportunities for digital photography, video, social media and web are also available.
Internships are not paid, but we provide supervision for course credit. A minimum commitment of 10 hours per week is required. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; some evening or weekend assignments are possible.
To apply, please send a resume, letter explaining your interest and availability, and three writing samples to [email protected]. Previously published articles are preferred; if not available, articles or papers written for coursework are acceptable.
No walk-ins or phone calls, please.
The Georgia Voice seeks freelance writers in Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Savannah and south Georgia.
Writers should be familiar with LGBT organizations and venues in your area and interested in covering news and events. Digital photography experience is a plus.
To apply, please send a resume, letter explaining your interest and experience, and three writing samples to [email protected]. Previously published articles are preferred for writing samples.
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