The New Paltz Oracle is gearing up towards a very exciting semester and we are looking for new, dedicated members with a passion for journalism. We are currently taking applications through the link provided.
This year we are launching a new multi-media collaboration with Hawk Studios to give students interested in broadcasting an opportunity to experience live reporting and anchoring! This alongside our weekly print and digital publication will make for an excellent semester. We meet Sundays at 7pm for our pitch meeting and Tuesdays at 6pm for production night in room 421 of the SUB.
For more information, reach out to:
Zoe Woolrich (she/her), Editor-in-Chief
or Jeremy Sodergren (they/them), Managing Editor
The New Paltz Oracle
The Legislative Gazette is seeking interns to serve as writers, photographers, copy editors, engagement editors, social media editors, podcast producers, and video producers for the Spring 2023 semester.
The Department of Digital Media and Journalism is excited to announce its new Spring course, DMJ393-01 Investigative Reporting Lab, thanks to the sponsorship of the Ottaway Foundation endowment. Continue reading
The Red Hook Daily Catch, a new local publication, is interested in hiring journalism interns from our department to do in-person reporting in the Red Hook area, which is just 40 minutes from New Paltz. This is an excellent opportunity for our students–it’s not far away, and it’s paid.
The Legislative Gazette is looking for intern reporters, photographers, video news producers, and media managers for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semester. Several scholarships are available — for students to travel, for underrepresented students, and for those who can enroll full-time in the internship (12 credits) and the deadline is May 15.
Interns will cover state news, and select local and national stories too, for the Gazette’s website and social media network. A team is also needed to plan and produce Gazette Talks, a new podcast that features Legislative Gazette reporters and special guests giving a behind-the-scenes look at how the news is made each week. Continue reading
Hearst Newspapers, branded as Points North, is looking for freelance news reporters to cover stories focused in the Hudson Valley, Catskills, Adirondacks and Capitol Regions. The position requires reporters to write three digital stories a day with pictures and an understanding of SEO. Depending on the complexity of the piece and amount of sources Hearst is offering $150 to $300 per piece.They are creating a combination of centerpiece stories along with clusters of shorter stories to keep the fast growing audience engaged. Duties include reporting, producing, writing, and aggregating stories that reflect the image of the site. You must be able to find interesting, regional stories and be able to quickly report breaking news. As well, you will work closely with the editing team to coordinate daily features and future plans. Requirements include: Continue reading