Newspaper journalists research and write stories for national, regional and local press. They report on news and politics, as well as on sports, arts and culture, science and business. They also cover national and local events, entertainment and human interest stories.There are a number of roles within newspaper journalism. Junior reporters usually write up stories allocated to them by the news desk, which they then pass to the news editor before they’re handed to sub-editors. We are hiring Trainee Journalists Jobs In Kathmandu. Correspondents are specialists in one field or location, while feature writers, who cover topics in greater depth, often use a more personal style.On smaller newspapers journalists have to multitask. They may work on layout, photography and sub-editing, as well as write stories.Newspaper journalism is becoming increasingly multi-platform, making IT, web and broadcast skills highly valuable.
|Jobs Function:||Journalism / Editor / Media||Jobs Availability:||Full Time|
|Jobs Level:||Entry Level||Offered Salary:||Negotiable|
|Jobs Location:||Kathmandu||Min. Experience Year:||Not Required|
|Education Degree:||Intermediate||No. of Openings:||2|
Description Of Trainee Journalists Jobs In Kathmandu
- To find and research news and interactive stories.
- To write news stories exercising editorial judgment, maintaining professional standards and sticking to the company’s editorial policies.
- To interview and report.
- To suggest news story on a regular basis.
- To develop and maintain contacts and to respond professionally to enquiries from the public.
- Excellent English writing skills with the ability to tell a story in a clear and engaging way.
- Must be ready to work odd hours as and when required.
- Ability to work as part of a team.
- A passion for news, current affairs with an awareness of/interest in what’s happening.
- Understanding of audiences.
- Accuracy and attention to detail.