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Market-leading international entertainment industry publisher, C21Media, is looking for a senior layout sub/section editor to join its London-based editorial team.

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Editor called for by ITN. You will be an experienced journalist, well-versed in digital news production and management, as you will be required to launch and edit an original news experience for ‘millennial’ consumers, created primarily for mobile.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 9.

Telegraph Sport is hunting for racing reporter. You shall have detailed knowledge of horse racing to write lead stories for the racing pages, an extensive list of racing contacts, strong news sense and understanding of social media for developing Telegraph’s online racing presence.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 9.

The Sunday Times seeks chief sub-editor. You will be a superb journalist, organising the sport production team to produce pages across all platforms—weekly, ensuring that the paper’s high standards of English are maintained at all times, managing significant casual sub-editing budget.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 23.

Deputy online editor/web editor (up to £25K+benefits) required. You will have online journalism experience, with the ability to write engaging copy, passion for bike-based sports (cycling), knowledge of social media and SEO, and proficiency in Photoshop and WordPress.

Location: London.

Police Oracle is looking for reporter (up to £25K+benefits). You must be a qualified, recognised and news-hungry journalist with a proactive approach to get on the phone and break stories, along with the ability to write sharp/accurate copy under pressure.

Location: Farringdon, London.

Business writer wanted for CNN Worldwide. You will be writing for our London-based show, The Business View, and our New York-based show, World Business Today. Your job will be to craft various forms of global business news stories (voiceovers, package tosses, opens, teases, etc.).

Location: London.

Closing date: October 10.

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