Join our team: Deputy editor (remote possible)

Reckon is seeking a highly organized deputy editor to help our start-up newsroom continue producing high-quality award-winning work and accelerate growth for our audience of young Southerners whose experiences and perspectives aren't typically seen in mainstream media. The person for this job should be obsessed with Reckon and its audience. You should be organized [...]

By |2022-01-19T20:51:11-06:00January 19, 2022|Uncategorized|

Join our team: Audience editor (remote possible)

Reckon, a start-up media brand serving the everyday builders, trailblazers and changemakers in the South and beyond, is seeking an audience editor with proven experience in growing digital brands and the ability to mobilize and drive action within teams.    This is a senior leadership role, reporting to Alabama Media Group’s [...]

By |2022-01-18T16:38:42-06:00January 18, 2022|Uncategorized|

The growing South’s growing rent problem

The South is growing in more ways than one. It's no mystery that inflation is causing increases in everything from milk to your rent. Three Southern cities were among cities with the highest increases in rents compared to last year.   Nationwide, the cost of a one-bedroom apartment is 19% more expensive than it was in November 2020, according [...]

By |2021-12-20T16:53:49-06:00December 20, 2021|Economy, Story, Uncategorized|

Sophie Santos on sorority rush, coming out and finding her identity

Figuring out your identity is hard. Figuring it out while going through sorority rush? That's even harder. In her hilarious new memoir, "The One You Want to Marry (And Other Identities I've Had)" Sophie Santos offers a story of self-discovery and of coming out. On the Reckon Interview, she discusses [...]

By |2021-12-11T15:29:54-06:00November 1, 2021|LGBTQ, Life & Culture, Podcast, Reckon Interview, Uncategorized|

Fight over Mississippi medical cannabis gets airing in state’s high court

The saga of medical cannabis in Mississippi just won’t end, but we’re one step closer to knowing the fate of the state’s voter-approved medical cannabis provision, Initiative 65.  The Mississippi Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments from lawyers representing Mary Hawkins Butler, mayor of Madison, an affluent suburb north of [...]

By |2021-05-06T17:04:50-05:00April 14, 2021|Health, Politics, Story, Uncategorized|
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