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The Los Angeles Times seeks sports editor Aug. 7, 2014

The Los Angeles Times seeks an innovative, experienced sports editor to lead one of the largest and most talented sports departments in the country.

The job entails overseeing coverage of some of the nation’s most glamorous and closely followed professional franchises and college programs: the Lakers and Dodgers, USC football, UCLA football and basketball, the L.A. Angels, Clippers and MLS Galaxy, among others.

The successful candidate will have articulated a vision for making The Times’ digital sports report a top destination for readers, and for showcasing the sports department’s signature voices in the digital space.

Experience as a sports reporter and/or editor are essential. Even more so are fluency in online journalism, a willingness to experiment and the ability to inspire the staff to continue transforming The Times’ sports coverage into a digitally focused report that is among the finest and most-read anywhere.

Interested parties should contact Director of News Development Tracy Boucher at tracy.boucher@latimes.com.

 

 

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Tommy Deas

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