Wanted: Full time journalist/editor in Accra - Ghana
For our operations in Accra, Ghana we have a vacancy for a
Full time journalist/editor
We are looking for:
- A young, ambitious journalist
- Specialized in African Business
- English speaking (preferably bi-lingual with French or Portuguese)
- Familiar with market research
- Ready to learn and work hard
- A communicator with open mind
The job is about:
- Publishing on African Business
- Wrting and processing press releases
- Editing digital newsletters
- Social networking
- Running social networks
Job starts 1 December 2010
Are you interested? Please send your application letter and CV to:
CC to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also wanted: African Freelance Reporters and Video Production Companies
To serve our fast growing portfolio of international clients - like Philips, KLM, Heineken, Starbucks, Nestlé and Nike - Africa Interactive is urgently looking for Freelance African and Non-African reporters living and working in Africa to do paid assignments.
We are looking for:
* African cameramen/women
* African video and film production companies
* African journalists
* African photographers
in all African countries who speak English or French or Portuguese.
If you like to sign up, please send your cv to:
If you want to see who are in our reporter database now, please follow this link:
If you like to read more about becoming a reporter for Africa Interactive, please follow this link:
I am looking forward to working together.
Reporters form all African countries are welcome. Nevertheless we are in great need for - and so: extra interested in - reporters in Sudan, Chad, Eritrea, Comoros, Djibouti, Libya, Capo Verde, Sao Tome and Principe and Equatorial Guinea.
If you know other African Media professionals who might be interested in working with Africa Interactive, please forward this message.
Bas Vlugt, founder Africa Interactive
Africa Interactive is the publisher of AfricaNews.com, the world's leading Africa website
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This article was originally posted on Africa Media Network