We at the Lansing Herald believe that all people have the right to a fair, equal, and independent media. We will present factual, honest information that will allow you to formulate your own opinion.
All news, stories, and articles in the Lansing Herald will be available without charge. An informed community is a community that will be knowledgeable. Our stories will not have comment sections, like buttons or share options. We feel that these mechanisms promote ill will amongst people.
In 2018 we knew it was time to grow out of our Haslett roots, and expand our voice to carry our message across to the people of Mid-Michigan. We are a dedicated staff of professionals who take journalism seriously. We are also a place where young and aspiring writers, photographers, and story tellers can start their careers or explore their passions.
Duties may include writing, interviewing, social media, short videos. Applicants must be 18+, and have the ability to be paid electronically via Paypal. No exceptions. The Lansing Herald retains the exclusive rights to all stories chosen for publication.
We are excited to about the upcoming 2019 Fall High School sports season, and we hope you are too! We are looking to add reporters to bring all the action to our readers. We cover 32 communities and have opportunities in every corner and at every level. If you love sports and complete your work with diligence and integrity we are looking for you! Must be 18+.
Articles are between 250-500 words, interviews must be included in each story. Starts 9/1/2019
Do you enjoy seeing new things and talking to people? We would like to add a community event reporter to our staff. This person's role is to tell stories from the the different festivals, fundraisers, parties, and events around Mid-Michigan. This role may require any combination of writing, photography, social media skills, and entry level videography skills. Starting 8/1/2019