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Sports Editor Jobs description

A sports editor is responsible for writing and editing sports and sports accessories related articles on behalf of the firm. Specific duties of a sports editor position include keeping eye on current fads in sports, gathering important information in the area of sports, collecting data from reliable sources, editing and proofreading the work, keeping abreast with the interests of the target audience and sports events, guiding sub-editors in the preparation of write-ups, imparting training to trainee editors, acting as interface between subeditors and the chief editor, working on special projects, participating in new business developments and performing other tasks assigned by the chief editor. A sports editor typically reports to the chief editor or publications manager.

A sports editor should have an associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in mass communications or journalism. Excellent writing skills and a professional demeanor are important for a sports editor role.

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