Allbritton's WJLA Washington and Politico Hill newspaper/Web
site have teamed with Hubbard's WTOP radio in Washington on a new job search
Tuesday as a joint venture to put viewers, readers and listeners in front of
jobs in the defense, energy, finance, health care, government, nonprofit and
tech sectors, with initial postings including from Johnson & Johnson, the
U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Cisco.
The site launched with 1,400 job postings. WJLA would not
say what the split is, but each partner will get a cut of the proceeds. The
site is free for job seekers, while potential employers pay for the listings.
According to a sales sheet for the site, postings start at $350 per for a
30-day announcement, up to $6,000 for a package of 10 posting slots for three
All three partners will have a link to the site
prominently displayed on their respective websites.
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