The answer: $30,000 a year, at Florida Today

That's the base pay Gannett is now offering for a web producer/developer job handling all visual elements of Florida Today's website, according to the paper's CareerBuilder job posting; it's the subject of today's pop quiz. The job includes responsibility "for the overall look and feel of the website, including lead development of content and architecture plans, presentation design and coordination of all materials to prepare for production."

this is why newspapers are destined to die. the one place they should be investing, they’re skimping on.

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