Albuquerque Journal seeks a state government reporter

The Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico’s largest daily newspaper, is seeking an experienced, energetic, and resourceful reporter to cover state government. This position will be expected to become the authority on state government, state budgets, legislative processes, and politics in New Mexico. You must be unafraid to ask tough questions, be able to work collaboratively with […]

Albuquerque Journal seeks a digital editor

The Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico’s largest daily newspaper, is seeking a Digital Editor.  The Journal’s Digital Editor oversees and manages the execution of digital content, products and social media while working with reporters to optimize their content. Ultimately, this position’s No. 1 goal is to grow The Journal’s audience and create online products that are a mirror […]

Albuquerque Journal seeks a breaking news/cops reporter

The Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico’s largest daily newspaper, is seeking a Breaking News/Cops reporter. We seek a digitally-focused reporter who can own the breaking news/cops beat in our news-rich region. Experience with cops and courts is helpful, but not necessary. A willingness to dig in deep is just as important. In this assignment, the reporter […]

Nathanson bids farewell to the Albuquerque Journal after 44 years

Rick Nathanson, a staff writer at the Albuquerque Journal, will say goodbye to his media home of 44 years. An excerpt from the farewell note reads: As a staff writer for the Albuquerque Journal for nearly 44 years, and a journalist for several years before then, I’ve come to appreciate that what I’ve done professionally […]

Albuquerque Journal’s Rosales ‘forced to leave’ after 22 years

Roberto E. Rosales, a photojournalist at the Albuquerque Journal, tweets: “Some personal news. It is with a heavy heart that I’m being forced to leave the Albuquerque Journal, the paper I fought so hard to represent in New Mexico. It hurts to not see the great reporters I worked with. Not bad for a Latino […]

New roles for the Albuquerque Journal staff members

Two staff writers at the Albuquerque Journal have taken on new roles as of late last month. Stephen Hamway, who had been covering retail and real estate for the Journal, will now be reporting on economic development, health care and tourism in Albuquerque and across the state. Pilar Martinez, who was writing about weekend breaking […]

Albuquerque Journal taps new business editor

Gabrielle Porter has joined Albuquerque Journal as its business editor. Raised in Denver, Porter started her career at small-town newspapers covering everything from county government to crime during stints in Gillette, Wyoming; Evergreen, Colorado; and, most recently, Grand Junction, Colorado. After that, Porter moved to Thailand and for an experiential education company there. Now, she […]