Copy Editor

Company Name:
Lee Enterprises
## Description
The Times of Northwest Indiana, a 90,000-plus circulation newspaper 30 miles from downtown Chicago, is looking for a highly motivated copy editor.
This person will be responsible for editing print and digital copy.
The Times offers competitive compensation, an excellent benefits package and a great working environment. Interested candidates may apply online at .
Lee Enterprises is a leading provider of local news and information, and a major platform for advertising, in its markets, with 46 daily newspapers and a joint interest in four others, rapidly growing digital products and nearly 300 specialty publications in 22 states. Lee's newspapers have circulation of 1.2 million daily and 1.4 million Sunday, reaching nearly four million readers in print alone. Lee's websites and mobile and tablet products attracted 21 million unique visitors in June 2013. Lee's markets include St. Louis, MO; Lincoln, NE; Madison, WI; Davenport, IA; Billings, MT; Bloomington, IL; and Tucson, AZ. Lee Common Stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol LEE. For more information about Lee, please visit .
## Qualifications
The successful candidate will have at least two years experience working in a media center. The candidate must have strong editing skills, the ability to write clever, engaging headlines and a keen grasp on AP style. The candidate should have excellent time management and organizational skills, including the ability to multitask while meeting deadlines under pressure.
## Job
Job: News
Primary Location: Indiana-Munster-The Times - Munster - Munster, IN
Organization: The Times - Munster
Schedule: Full-time
Job Posting: Jul 18, 2014, 10:09:22 AM
Req ID: 000101TU

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