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Lane DeGregory podcast: Episode 81 - Get a job

Roy LeBlanc, an assistant metro editor at the Tampa Bay Times, has been involved with hiring for many years. [SCOTT KEELER  |   Times]
Roy LeBlanc, an assistant metro editor at the Tampa Bay Times, has been involved with hiring for many years. [SCOTT KEELER | Times]
Published Jul. 3

Here are tips for how to get a job in journalism, starting with internships. Roy LeBlanc, an assistant metro editor at the Tampa Bay Times, explains what he’s looking for and how he "thins the herd.”

Read LeBlanc’s 10 tips.

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