Believe it or not, we still design our newspaper in-house.
Yes, that’s right, we do it the old fashioned way: in the building where the reporters sit, the editor’s edit and where the newspaper is printed. That’s right, we even have a press out back.
We’re interested in talking with people who want to not only design kick-ass front pages but also who are interested in magazine design, and building new pages on the inside of the paper.
We value intellectual curiosity, enterprise and a can-do spirit who wants to collaborate with our team. What we don’t want is grouchy, whiney or primadonnas. It’s pretty simple, we want you to tell stories, help build graphics and enjoy the best job in the world — journalism. We also want to explore new ways to tell stories and to connect with our audience.
We’re not designing 400 papers in a design center, we’re building them one page at a time. Think of us as a handcrafted newspaper designed for a community that loves getting the paper every morning. In fact, when we miss, they are at our door with a smile on their face, and love in their hearts because they want that paper.
If you want to live in one of the most beautiful places in the world — the Texas Hill Country — then let’s chat. If this sounds like a great place to start, to land or just to enjoy, we want to hear from you. Please send a resume, clips or links to multimedia, to Louis Amestoy, managing editor, The Kerrville Daily Times, email@example.com.