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Entertainment and New Media Attorney in Arlington, VA

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Company name

The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc

Organization Type

In-House

Job Type

Attorney

Practice Area

Entertainment and New Media

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required

Location

USA Arlington, VA

Date Last Verified

Sep 16,2017

Posted on

Aug 12,2017

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Profile

Managing Editor Duties: Lead the news staff in effectively developing and releasing digital content including breaking news, analysis and contributed content in accordance with established deadlines and through an effective digital publishing process. Manage reporters, editors, reporter/editors and interns. Manage the daily production and release of digital content under daily deadline pressure with a focus on strong news judgment and copy editing. Respond quickly to fast-paced, breaking-news situations. Plan and coordinate staff writing, reporting and editing assignments with other units to ensure that timely, accurate and accessible breaking news and publishing deadlines are met. Plan and coordinate with editorial-side experts on transfer pricing and international tax policy. Ensure that news and editorial standards are enforced. Assist reporters in generating story ideas, developing beats and cultivating sources. Partner with the News Director and Deputy News Director(s) in refining and enhancing editorial content according to established editorial standards. Hire, develop, engage and retain a high performing news team with a focus on continuous learning and development. Provide ongoing coaching and feedback to staff and effectively managing individual and team performance to meet goals, assignments and deadlines. Solicit and edit pieces by outside practitioners and other experts in the transfer pricing field. Participate in thought leadership panel discussions and events. Participate in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, with coursework in English or journalism preferred; specialized education such as J.D. or graduate degree preferred; 5+ years’ journalistic, legal, or business publishing experience, including reporting, writing, and substantive copy editing of complex material; a demonstrated ability to effectively supervise/manage or lead projects; knowledge of transfer pricing and international tax policy, including issues, trends, and target markets; understanding of publishing systems and workflows; excellent writing, reporting, researching, editing, and copy editing skills; knowledge of government and regulatory processes; strong organization and project management skills, including the ability to use project resources and staff effectively within established schedules, budgets, and other guidelines; excellent interpersonal skills to deal with customers, staff, and other business contacts inside and outside Bloomberg BNA; strong and thoughtful decision making. Demonstrated expertise in writing, reporting, researching, editing, and copy editing skills; excellent interpersonal skills to deal with customers, staff, and other business contacts inside and outside Bloomberg BNA; demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to effectively hire, motivate, develop and engage a high performance work team; track record of success in meeting assignment deadlines; ability to effectively manage individual and team performance with a focus on performance management; strong analytical skills and decision making; knowledge of transfer pricing is strongly preferred.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
1801 South Bell Street
Arlington, VA 22202