Posted on:June 25, 2013
Gannett Company is a media and marketing solutions company with a diverse portfolio of broadcast, digital, mobile and publishing companies that provides consumers easy access to the things that matter most to them – any way and anywhere. We are a leading international news and information company with 23 broadcast stations, 85 daily newspapers, including The Times Media Network.
The Times Media Network located in Shreveport, Louisiana, is seeking a Digital Strategist that creates digital business solutions for key local accounts in the Shreveport-Bossier market as well as providing the channels and avenues to implement, support and retain these clients. Maintaining relationships with current clients, providing metrics and reporting on their programs and identifying new incremental revenue opportunities to appropriately address business needs. The Digital Strategist will need to have a high level of understanding of both the web, mobile and digital advertising space and the ability to manage staff, both internal and external, while developing business strategies.
Requirements for this position include:
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to promote and sell concepts to clients
- Expert conceptual/strategic ability, writing and oral communications skills
- Clear understanding of effective online and offline communications
- 3-5 years of programming and database experience is a must
- Understanding of the mobile environment and technologies
- Vendor and consultant relationship management
- Understanding of how web and mobile systems communicate
- Excellent organizational skills
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Dori's memorial service, Chapel of the Chimes:
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