Most Recent Job Openings For Writers

News Writer/Editor/Producer
CBS Corporation| Los Angeles, CA

# News Writer/Editor/Producer **REF#:** 24312 **CBS BUSINESS UNIT:** CBS Radio **JOB TYPE:** Part-Time (without benefits) **JOB SCHEDULE:** Part-Time **JOB LOCATION:** Los Angeles, CA, US **ABOUT US:** CBS RADIO is one of the largest major-market broadcast media operators in the United States and the undisputed leader in news and sports radio. Producing original audio and video content, live events and exclusive…

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Sports Media – Comedy Writer – Producer
WorkInSports | Los Angeles, CA

Job Description FOX Sports Productions is seeking a skilled comedy writer with production experience and strong knowledge of sports to provide creative ideas and pitches for teases, essays, …

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Technical writer
Collabera | Torrance, CA

Technical writer Job Summary: We are looking for a Technical Writer who would supplement SQL development and documentation of processes for production deployment. Responsibilities: Develop robust data dictionaryCreate all supporting user guides and admin guides. Create Sharepoint site to house all documentation and reference documentsProvide suppleme…

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Copy Writer
Golden State Warriors| Oakland, CA

Come join the Golden State Warriors team in Oakland, CA as a Copy Writer.The Copy Writer will be tasked with:- Creating marketing campaigns.- Coping and editing materials.- Writing emails and newsletters.Copy Writers will need some prior related experience and have excellent communication skills.Apply to become a Copy Writer today!



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