Jobs: China correspondent, IDG News Service

Posted on May 6, 2010 in Uncategorized
IDG’s daily, international news service seeks an experienced, high-energy journalist to cover information technology in China, ideally from Beijing. Wide-ranging responsibilities include developing enterprise stories about emerging technologies, use of the Internet and IT in China, and covering breaking news for the daily wire. Travel is a necessary part of the job. 

This position requires working fluency in Mandarin in addition to native English. The ideal candidate has a broad understanding of the IT industry, as well as an impeccable command of AP-style news writing and editing. He/she is also a technology generalist who is comfortable covering the entire IT spectrum — from handheld computers to mainframe systems and from wireless LANs to global communications networks.

IDG is the largest technology media company in the world, producing print, video and online content for audiences around the globe. Its brands include Computerworld, Macworld, PC World, GamePro and Network World.  Anyone interested please contact Elizabeth Heichler:

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