Broadcast Jobs 8.26.11

Newscast Producer –
12 News Today

Republic Media in Phoenix, Arizona, is seeking an innovative, motivated and creative individual to join the creative producer team powering our morning newscast, 12 News Today.

Republic Media is the parent company of KPNX-12 News, a top-tier NBC affiliate; The Arizona Republic, the nation’s 12th largest newspaper; and azcentral.com, one of the nation’s largest news websites. In addition to these core brands, Republic Media produces original lifestyle programs (Arizona Midday and Valley Dish), publishes LaVoz and TV y Mas as well as 18 community newspapers and AZ magazine.

Producers at 12 News work within an integrated, multi-platform news organization to create innovative approaches to news coverage and presentation. We’re not looking for the tried-and-true. We’re looking for an experienced producer with an ability to break away from the expected and create memorable programming for television and an ever expanding digital environment.

Qualified applicants should view news show production as a combination of great journalism and great television that emotionally connects to the audience. 12 News puts a premium on winning breaking news coverage within shows that emphasize powerful video and clarity in storytelling and the strengths of veteran anchors with great chemistry.

To be successful, you must have a strong understanding and demonstrated proficiency in TV newscast production; a deep understanding of how to connect content to audiences; the ability to work unselfishly with teams in the creative process of brainstorming, developing, launching and sustaining quality programs; and a love and appreciation of all genres of television — news, dramas, comedies, reality and entertainment.

This is not show stacking, formula- focused, consultant-driven news producing. We want a producer committed to creating exceptional morning television.

Your stage will be new, state-of-the-art production facilities in downtown Phoenix. It’s a full, high definition production plant with multiple sound stages, outside sets, and abundant live remote technology.

Knowledge of Phoenix and Arizona as well as bilingual skills (Spanish) is extremely helpful in this position. We put a premium on personal integrity, teamwork, accountability, problem solving, a strong work ethic and winning.

Qualifications
A bachelor’s degree in journalism, film, fine arts, or equivalent.
Three to five years experience line producing in medium to large markets.
Strong leadership, writing and organizational skills.
An understanding of audience flow and meter strategy is needed.

Desktop video editing and graphics production skills using server-based digital video systems are required.

Please send non-returnable application material via mail delivery or web links – video samples, portfolio, and resume with references to:

Mark Casey
Vice President – News Director
12 News/12news.azcentral.com
200 East Van Buren
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
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ASU KAET Eight Arizona PBS

Development Officer
Job ID #:27068
Location:Downtown Phoenix campus
Full-Time
$51,000 – $55,000 per year; DOE

Duties and Responsibilities:
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Development and/or the Associate General Manager for Marketing and Development, develop, implement, and coordinate new and established comprehensive fundraising programs. Identify, cultivate and solicit annual, major, and planned gifts in conjunction with the objectives and strategies of Eight. Work with the development, marketing and senior staff to cultivate past, current, and prospective donors using fundraising best practices. Coordinate special projects and events relating to fundraising. Work closely with other departments or special projects within Eight either as part of the annual strategic plan or as special projects. Work collaboratively to identify and prioritize funding opportunities within Eight. Establish a resource network in the community to identify and cultivate donor prospects. Work with volunteers, other staff members and available databases to identity ability, and interest areas of major gift prospects. Foster an environment for successful fundraising by providing on-going information for Eight’s leadership and senior staff regarding fundraising initiatives and by preparing senior staff and others to participate effectively in cultivation and solicitation activities. Implement and maintain programs to encourage increased activity and more productive relationships with Eight’s members. Develop, plan, and supervise the production of materials used to communicate with fundraising related constituencies. Develop and implement cultivation and fundraising events for Eight, to include but not limited to, dedications and special receptions, as assigned. Assist in the recruitment, organization and training of volunteers to raise funds. Performs other administrative duties as assigned.

DAYS AND SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM, to include some evenings and/or weekends.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in a related field and three years successful professional development and/or fundraising related experience, preferably in higher education; OR, Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

Desired Qualifications
Demonstrated knowledge of:
– principles and techniques of development/fundraising, preferably in public broadcasting, higher education or the arts;
-principles of annual giving and major giving;
-principles, techniques and approaches to planned giving;
Experience working with:
-microcomputers;
-using effective verbal and written communication skills;
-effectively in a team-oriented environment;
-applying good organizational skills and attention to detail;
-maintaining a highly professional image at all times;
-multiple, complex, and sensitive projects effectively and efficiently;
-establishing and maintaining good public relations and effective working relationships;
-planning and directing fundraising activities.

Department Statement/Gen Info
Eight specializes in the education of children, in-depth news and public affairs, lifelong learning, and the celebration of arts and culture utilizing the power of noncommercial television, the Internet, educational outreach services, and community-based initiatives. The PBS station began broadcasting from the campus of Arizona State University on January 30, 1961. Now more than 80 percent of Arizonans receive the signal through a network of translators, cable and satellite systems. With more than 1 million viewers each week, Eight consistently ranks among the most-viewed public television stations per capita in the country. Arizonans provide more than 60 percent of the station’s annual budget.
Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License upon employment.

Background Check Statement
Arizona State University is a new model for American higher education, an unprecedented combination of academic excellence, entrepreneurial energy and broad access. This New American University is a single, unified institution comprising four differentiated campuses positively impacting the economic, social, cultural and environmental health of the communities it serves. Its research is inspired by real world application blurring the boundaries that traditionally separate academic disciplines. ASU serves more than 70,000 students in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, the nation’s fifth largest city. ASU champions intellectual and cultural diversity, and welcomes students from all fifty states and more than one hundred nations across the globe.

Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Close Date: September 2, 2011
Instructions to Apply:
Application deadline is 11:59pm Arizona time on the day indicated.

Complete the required information by attaching a single document, which includes: a cover letter, resume, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references. Please include all employment in month/year format (e.g., 6/88 to 8/94), job title, job duties and name of employer for each position. Resume should clearly illustrate how prior knowledge and experience meets the Minimum and Desired qualifications of this position.

REQUESTED MATERIAL MUST BE IN ONE ATTACHMENT.

Only electronic applications are accepted for this position. If you need assistance applying for this job, please contact our customer service center at 480-965-2701.

ASU does not pay candidates for travel expenses associated with interviewing, unless otherwise indicated by the department at the time of call for interview.

To apply go to: http://cfo.asu.edu/hr-applicant

KLAS-TV (CBS) in Las Vegas
Morning Producer: 8 News NOW has an immediate opening for a Morning Newscast Producer. Our next producer will be someone who has that desire to win along with the enthusiasm and confidence to handle breaking news during high pressure situations. We are looking for a writer who pays attention to details, while writing in a creative and conversational style. Candidates must have at least two years experience as a newscast producer. They also must be willing to work a challenging overnight schedule. If you are interested in this position you must fill out an online application by visiting www.8NewsNow.com. Jobs are posted under the “About Us” tab. This position also requires sending in a non-returnable demo DVD to: Attn: HR, KLAS-TV, 3228 Channel 8 Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89109.
8 News NOW is owned by Landmark Media Enterprises, LLC and is an equal opportunity employer.

Administrative Assistant to News Director: 8 News NOW has an immediate opening for an Administrative Assistant to the News Director. Position requires good oral and written communication skills. Some bookkeeping or accounting helpful in assisting the News Director with budget, payroll and schedule preparation in addition to other office management duties.
If you are interested in this position you must fill out an online application by visiting www.8NewsNow.com. Jobs are posted under the “About Us” tab.
8 News NOW is owned by Landmark Media Enterprises, LLC and is an equal opportunity employer.

Part-time Production Specialist (2 openings available): 8 News NOW has two immediate openings for Part-time Production Specialists.
Candidates must have a minimum of 1 year experience in live studio television production. Applicants must have strong camera and lighting skills. Non-linear editing a plus. Must have good communication and organizational skills.
If you are interested in this position you must fill out an online application by visiting www.8NewsNow.com. Jobs are posted under the “About Us” tab.
8 News NOW is owned by Landmark Media Enterprises, LLC and is an equal opportunity employer.

KPAX-TV, Missoula, MT

Position: Bureau Chief
Company: KPAX Communications, Inc.
Station(s): K18AJ-TV

Job Type: fulltime
Hours: Various
Compensation: DOE / year

Job Description:
KAJ-TV in the beautiful Flathead area of Montana seeks a Bureau Chief to work out of our Kalispell newsroom. The KAJ Bureau Chief is responsible for on-air and on-line reporting of content. The sucessful candidate must be an aggressive, enterprising journalist who is proficient at live reporting in all news situations, as well as manage co-workers in the bureau. Proven leadership in managing personnel is a plus for this position. Another plus is proven ability to create local news contacts.

Benefits:
Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave. Medical, dental coverage and 401k plans available.

Education Required:
College degree

Experience Required:
College degree is preferred with minimum three years experience as a general assignment reporter in a medium to large market preferred. Must be a self-starter with excellent writing, packaging, and live skills. Must possess strong editorial judgement, display creative ability, and have strong storytelling skills. Must be able to work independently and meet time-pressured deadlines. Must be willing to have a scanner at home as provided by the station.

Other Requirements:
Qualified applicant must possess a valid Montana driver’s license with adequate automobile insurance.

Date Available: 9/12/2011

Contact Info:
Bob Hermes
bob@kpax.com
Fax: 406-542-4411
Instructions: If you are qualified, send a copy of your resume, a cover letter, and non-returnable Beta, VHS or DVD to:
Bob Hermes, General Manager, KPAX Communications, Inc., 1049 W. Central Ave., Missoula, MT 59801

Position: Morning Anchor/Producer
Company: KPAX Communications, Inc.
Station(s): KPAX-TV

Job Type: fulltime
Hours: Morning/Various
Compensation: DOE / year

Job Description:
KPAX-TV the leading local news station in beautiful Missoula Montana seeks a dynamic and engaging morning anchor/producer. The successful candidate will be warm, energetic, creative and comfortable on camera. KPAX offers supportive management and commitment to the creation of the best morning newscast. The successful candidate must also have the ability to create local content for multiple platforms. Part of you duties will include the creation of new morning content. If you want to be part of a great team committed to winning, this job is for you.

Benefits:
Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave. Medical, dental coverage and 401k plans available.

Education Required:
College Degree

Experience Required:
College degree is required with minimum three years experience as a general assignment reporter and some previous anchor experience. Must be a self-starter with excellent writing, packaging, and producing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet time-pressured deadlines.

Other Requirements:
Qualified applicant must possess a valid Montana driver’s license with adequate automobile insurance.

Date Available: 9/12/2011

Contact Info:
Bob Hermes
bob@kpax.com
Fax: 406-542-4411
Instructions: If you are qualified, send a copy of your resume, a cover letter, and non-returnable Beta, VHS or DVD to:
Bob Hermes, General Manager, KPAX Communications, Inc., 1049 W. Central Ave., Missoula, MT 59801

Position: Weather Anchor/Reporter
Company: KPAX Communications, Inc.

Station(s): KPAX-TV
Job Type: fulltime
Hours: Mornings/Various
Compensation: DOE / year

Job Description:
KPAX in beautiful Western Montana is looking for a morning weather anchor/reporter to work in our Missoula newsroom. We’re looking for a weather personality who not only knows how to tell the weather story but engage our audience on air and online through social media and other tools. Your work will involve weather segments and being responsible for interviews and helping to host the morning program, and also winning through extensive show prep and bringing new ideas and enthusiasm every morning. As a reporter you’ll be expected to regularly produce news stories based around your ideas or assignments, with shooting, writing, working throughout the scenic Missoula and Bitterroot Valleys, and other surrounding areas of Western Montana.
Experience should include degree in meteorology with an AMS seal or similar certification preferred.

Demonstrated abilities and use of Facebook, Twitter, text alerts and publishing to the web required. Fill-in anchoring skills also a plus. Generous benefit package including medical and dental coverage and 401k plans available.
If you love the great outdoors and want to be involved in a wonderful community this could be the position for you.

Benefits:
Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave. Medical, dental coverage and 401k plans available.

Education Required:
Experience should include degree in meteorology with an AMS seal or similar certification preferred

Experience Required:
See Job Description

Other Requirements:
Qualified applicant must possess a valid driver’s license with adequate automobile insurance.

Date Available: 9/1/11

Contact Info:
Dennis Bragg
dennis@kpax.com
Fax: 406-543-7127
Instructions: Send DVD and resume, or link to your on-line information to Dennis Bragg, News Director, KPAX, 1049 W. Central Avenue, Missoula, MT 59801

KRNV-TV, Reno, NV
Position: All Platform Journalism
Company: Intermountain West Communications Co.

Station(s): KRNV-TV
Job Type: fulltime
Hours: TBD
Compensation: confidential / year

Job Description:
Make contacts and gather information about news issues and events in Northern Nevada and the West from which reports are written and edited; Write and produce a newscast for any time slot; Write interesting news stories from wire copy, field reports, telephone interviews and field reporting;Establish a good working relationship with other newscast producers to ensure a well paced, clean newscast; Be able to shoot, write and edit your own stories and feed them back to station by laptop, microwave or Satellite truck; Anchor live field reports; and Perform other tasks related to the position as assigned, including posting to website.

Benefits:
401K available, vacation, sick, medical, dental & vision

Other Requirements:
Passion and dedication to news!
Great story teller who writes to video;
Must enjoy working as one “man” band;
Good video photographer with eye for news, features and sports;
Minimum two (2) years experience as a television news reporter, shooter or editor;
Familiarity with ENG and SNG;
Ability to meet daily deadlines and work cooperatively with other staff members;
Experience editing news copy and videotape;
Good phone etiquette;
Newsroom computer experience preferred;
Must possess a valid driver’s license with no DUI convictions;
Ability to carry fifty pounds of television equipment;
Please send resume and non-returnable DVD; and
Pass pre-employment drug test

Contact Info:
Carrie Walker
cwalker@mynews4.com
Fax: 775-785-1208
Instructions: Email resume to cwalker@MyNews4.com or mail to 1790 Vassar Street Reno, NV 89502 Attn: Carrie Walker

TELEVISION NETWORK/SYNDICATION
** The Big Ten Network (Chicago) seeks a freelance editor who can edit/create/produce special events promos, work closely with senior writer/producer to explore and implement creative ideas for spots and coming up with concepts and completing the reproduction of spots to promote events and shows; must be able to take a project from start to finish. Apply online at https://newscorp.taleo.net/careersection/fox_external_career_section/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=BIG00000G.

— The Independent News Network (Davenport, IA) seeks an anchor/producer with two years experience who is energetic, is hard-working, is a good writer, possesses great people skills and can handle anchoring for several markets. Tape/DVD and resume to Mike Mickle, ND, INN, 5000 Tremont Av., Davenport, IA 52807. EOE (9/7)

— Fox SportsNet-Ohio (Cleveland, OH) seeks a producer/director with at least five years experience who will produce live and ancillary coverage of Cleveland Cavaliers NBA games, direct live and live-to-tape sporrtingg events, handle administrative functions of assigned productions, provide production expertise to other business areas, participate in production planning meetings, provide input to studio operations and capital purchases, know current sports television production facilities, know streaming Internet production techniques, display strong organizational skills to work with timing and formatting, lead a large production crew and be willing to travel often. Apply online: https://newscorp.taleo.net/careersection/fox_external_career_section/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=FNG0000507

— Openings at the Ohio News Network (Columbus, OH): Sports producer (Job #400SK) with 1-2 years experience who will produce half-hour shows, daily sportscasts, field produce, edit, shoot video and demonstrate a thorough knowledge of Ohio sports, including the high school level.

Meteorologist (Job #400MT) with at least two years on-air forecasting experience who is dynamic, can create and present clear and compelling daily weathercasts, excels in extended severe weather breaking coverage, can do regular franchise reporting, has reliable computer skills and has or can obtain a seal.

Anchor (Job #400JG) with at least 3-5 years experience who can front daily evening newscasts, conduct interviews, anchor extended breaking news crisply and professionally; must serve as a strong representative of ONN during public appearances, can report and produce regular franchise segments and can undertake in-depth and sweeps reports; must ad-lib smoothly and be able to work a flexible schedule.

Temporary assignment editor (Job #100TA) who is enthusiastic, is self-motivated, can gather facts from around the state, generate story ideas, handle crew logistics, arrange satellite and fiber feeds with seven affiliate stations and write stories for use online and in social media; flexible schedule a must. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com

— Nebraska Educational Television (Lincoln, NE) seeks an energetic part-time (20 hours/week) reporter/producer (Job #110551) to fill a temporary (four months) position who can produce a variety of in-depth reports from across the state of Nebraska for multiple platforms, including radio and Web; must generate story ideas, report, write, edit and present stories both on-air and online; the job may be extendable beyond November. Apply online at www.employment.unl.edu

TELEVISION

— Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago: Anchor/reporter (Job #2085BR) with at least five years medium- to major-market experience who can gather information, enterprise differentiated content complaint with news strategies, report scripted and ad-lib, work with producers to create compelling content, write copy and order graphics, participate in editorial meetings, contribute story ideas, assure that deadlines are met, maintain an unequivocal commitment to accuracy and fairness and work comfortably on camera; experience wit non-=linear shooting and editing is a plus; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_home.asp?partnerid=25084&siteid=5128

Reporter (Job #6533BR) with at least five years experience as a GA news reporter, preferably in a top-20 market, who can enterprise content, creatively and accurately report the news, report live and on tape, work closely with producers, write copy, order graphics, participate in editorial meetings, assure that deadlines are met, prepare copy for use online and on radio and can always be innovative and results-oriented; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_home.asp?partnerid=25084&siteid=5128

Per diem sports anchor/reporter with at least five years top-20 market experience who will fill in as a sports anchor and reporter, can aggressively report sports stories to viewers, can write anchor scripts, can read scripts on-air with understanding and confidence, can find differentiated content that is compliant with news strategies, can go live smoothly and unscripted, can work closely with producers to create compelling content, can write copy, can order graphics, can participate in editorial meetings, can contribute actionable enterprise story ideas and can make sure deadlines are met; the ability to shoot and edit video is a plus; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_home.asp?partnerid=25084&siteid=5128

News apprentice (Job #8470BR) who will be exposed to various newsroom disciplines ranging from the assignment desk to writing, producing, promotion writing and news editing to special projects, working side-by-side with professionals, learning the craft and gaining valuable experience and knowledge; must be a spring 2011 college graduate who has a serious interest in pursuing a broadcast news career; should want to work behind the camera with an ultimate goal to be part of a management team; six months at an hourly rate of pay; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_home.asp?partnerid=25084&siteid=5128

— Openings at NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, Chicago: Assistant news director (Job #1666BR) with at least three years managerial experience in a medium to major market, who will execute the strategic mission for the station while assuring the highest levels of journalistic/legal/production/promotional standards, manage day-to-day coverage, oversee big story and breaking news coverage, oversee news promotional strategy, do script writing and identify future promotional opportunities, while attending all editorial meetings, conducting post-mortems daily, approving staff schedules, managing script approval and meeting all deadlines without compromising accuracy or credibility. http://www.nbcchicago.com/on-air/about-us/Job_Opportunities_at_NBC_5_and_Telemundo_Chicago.html

Platform manager (Job #2189BR) with at least three years experience who can work comfortably in broadcast and all other platforms, can work with content producers to select the most compelling and relevant stories, can work with the production team to assure smooth and seamless production with a daypart manager and other platform managers to assure the most complete local coverage, play an active role in the editorial process, be an advocate for your particular platform and can write/produce/desktop edit/gather content for broadcast and other platforms and effectively manage a pool of content producers, coaching and mentoring them. http://www.nbcchicago.com/on-air/about-us/Job_Opportunities_at_NBC_5_and_Telemundo_Chicago.html

Content producer (Job #2388BR) who will work closely with platform managers, daypart managers, assignment editors, reporters and anchors to desktop edit, write, produce and gather content for all news platforms; must take responsibility for the overall coverage of assigned stories on all platforms throughout the day and write/edit/produce under heavy deadline pressure without compromising accuracy and credibility; line producing experience a big plus. Apply online at www.nbcunicareers.com

** Openings at NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, Chicago: News director (Job #2792) with at least 10 years major market news management experience, five years of budgeting experience and drive years experience in a highly-diverse TV market, who will manage the day-to-day operations of the department, will assure that newscasts are well-conceived, will produce high-quality coverage with accuracy and integrity, will manage daily news coverage/breaking news/special reports planning, will oversee news promotional strategy, will check scripts, will implement the strategic mission and tactical operations to assure the highest level of effort/ethics/promotion, will conduct daily editorial meetings, will manage staff development and training, will help the VBP/News mentor and develop the news management team and has demonstrated leadership and supervisory abilities. http://www.nbcchicago.com/on-air/about-us/Job_Opportunities_at_NBC_5_and_Telemundo_Chicago.html

Assistant news director (Job #1666BR) with at least three years news management experience and three years overseeing news topical/promotion who can execute the strategic mission of the department while assuring that the highest standards are maintained, manage day-to-day coverage, oversee big stories and special projects, oversee news promotional strategy, take part in all editorial meetings and assure follow-through, develop the news staff, approve staff schedules, manage script approval process, develop and manage ongoing staff recruitment and be involved with all aspects of news content. http://www.nbcchicago.com/on-air/about-us/Job_Opportunities_at_NBC_5_and_Telemundo_Chicago.html

Weather anchor/producer (Job #2627BR) with at least two years on-air forecasting experience who will gather and prepare weather information for on-air presentation, fill-in as weather anchor on weekday newscasts, provide new and creative ideas to showcase the weather segment, report weather-related stories for newscasts and special programs, produce weather graphics and maps and has working knowledge of WSI, Weather Central and Accuweather equipment and software; meteorology degree is a must. Background in Chicago journalism moves you up the list. Apply online at www.ncunicareers.com

— Openings at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago: Vacation relief desk assistant (Job #286439) who can assist producers and assignment editors, prepare scripts, do research and do general clerical duties; apply to Donetta Thomas, news business mgr., WLS-TV, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601 or apply online at www.disneycareers.com

** Openings at Fox-owned WFLD-TV, Chicago: Assistant news director with an accomplished record of achievement who will be responsible for the clear communication of content and production goals for newscasts on-air and on the Web site, can attend to scheduling issues, can work on training, can discipline newsroom personnel, can push the definition of digital news platforms, can work with reporters on story content and presentation, can work with the coverage desk to determine story selection, can take a large role in daily newsroom operations, is aggressive, is highly motivated, is well organized, is a proven team-builder, has a winning attitude, is creative and can motivate the staff to achieve ratings success. http://www.myfoxchicago.com/dpp/about_us/work_for_us/WFLD_Job_Openings

Weekend sports anchor/reporter with at least three years experience who will cover major le ague professional sports, write copy for air and the station Web sites, communicates well in live setting, has strong news judgment and writing skills and is willing to work nights, weekends and holidays, and can travel extensively. http://www.myfoxchicago.com/dpp/about_us/work_for_us/WFLD_Job_Openings

Line producer with 2-3 years experience who can write scripts and edit video on desktop for all newscasts, Web site and mobile platforms, coordinating all aspects of a live newscast, working on deadline to produce stories for use on all platforms, evaluating multiple sources of information/graphics/pictures/guests to create a newscast that is compelling and relevant and assist reporters and the desk in researching subjects, booking guests and communicating with staff in a non-linear, tapeless environment. http://www.myfoxchicago.com/dpp/about_us/work_for_us/WFLD_Job_Openings

Investigative producer with 2-3 years experience (including online and investigative issues) who can set up interviews, survey locations, book guests for shows, structure segments, develop sources, support an elite unit that has distinguished itself in the market for uncovering government waste and political corruption, can make calls, can do follow-up, can supervise all logistics and knows Avid and iNews. DVD/tape and resume to the WFLD-TV HR Dept., 205 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60601, fax (312) 565-3066 or e-mail wfld-hr@foxtv.com. No calls. http://www.myfoxchicago.com/dpp/about_us/work_for_us/WFLD_Job_Openings

— Openings at WREX-TV, Rockford, IL: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is versatile, can grow content on all platforms, can run a live truck and can write stories for use over the air and on the Web and other platforms; experience preferred. Producer who is strong in multimedia content, can craft visually exciting and highly informative newscasts, is well-organized and can make best use of all available resources; experience preferred. Tape/DVD and resume to the WREX-TV HR Dept., Box 530, Rockford, IL 61105. No calls. EOE (9/7)

— Openings at WIFR-TV, Rockford, IL: Reporter/videogrpaher (multimedia journalist) who can enterprise/shoot/report/edit/feed the Web site and other platforms; must be able to put a face on a story, use sound and video to make stories sparkle, generate stories without news releases, develop and maintain solid contacts, exhibit good news judgment, make quick and accurate decisions and meet deadlines. DVD and resume to Dave Smith, ND, WIFR-TV, Box 123, Rockford, IL 61105. EOE (9/17)

— Openings at WTVO/WQRF-TV, Rockford, IL: Reporter/videographer who is aggressive, is highly motivated, loves to break local stories, comes to the table with lots of ideas, is a strong videographer, can edit on Avi and can fill in as an anchor or producer. Weekend sports anchor/reporter-videographer who can cover local high school, collegiate and minor league sports as well as the Packers, the Bears and regional major league baseball; must also produce local sports shows and hit the field running each day. Tape/DVD and resume to Kent Harrell, ND, WTVO-WQRF-TV, Box 470, Rockford, IL 61105. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at WHBF-TV, Rock Island, IL: Experienced anchor/producer who will serve as a primary co-anchor and also produce the daily newscast; must be a multi-skilled professional, be a leader and a team player, be an active part of the process each day from contributing story ideas to writing compelling copy and promos, deliver the news with confidence and become involved in the community. Morning meteorologist/reporter-videographer who has a passion for weather and the personality to deliver it; must update the Web, contribute to a weather blog, shoot and edit news and weather stories; background with Weather Central software a plus. Video editor for either mornings or evenings who will be responsible for editing video and other production duties; must have basic computer knowledge, know non-linear editing and have the ability to work well under pressure; videography experience is a plus. DVD and resume to the WHBF-TV HR Dept., 231 18th St., Rock Island, IL 61201 or e-mail humanresources@cbs4qc.com. EOE (8/31)

— Openings at WQAD-TV, Moline, IL: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who has an engaging on-air and online personality, can write for Web, can txt, can produce social media versions of stories, can edit video and sound, can run a live truck, can enterprise stories, can write and interpret broadcast news copy, can report live and breaking news, can handle deadline pressure and has background with FinalCut Pro. Producer who can write stories, handle live breaking news, handle deadline pressure, produce content for use over the air, online and for social media platforms, navigate online information and work under extreme deadline pressure. Tape/DVD and resume to Alan Baker, ND, WQAD-TV, 3003 Park 16th St., Moline, IL 61265-6061 or e-mail alan.baker@wqad.com. EOE (9/13)

— Openings at KHQA-TV, Quincy, IL: Weathercaster who is innovative, is personable, can participate in station promotions, possesses good technical skills and has a great on-air presence; meteorologists are preferred, but the station will consider candidates without a degree who have a strong interest in and knowledge of weather forecasting.
Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is outgoing, is curious, is able to work independently, can shoot and edit video and stories, write stories for the Web, be an active participant in social media, is willing to participate in station promotions and has good technical skills.

Videographer who is outgoing, curious, innovative, personable, works well independently, can shoot and edit stories for television, can run a live truck and is an active participant in social media. Producer who has great writing/producing/editing skills, has strong news judgment and creativity, is proficient in Web and social media platforms, is self-motivated, is detail-oriented and can change directions quickly; experience preferred. Director/technical director with one year experience for newscasts, taping of programs, non-linear editing and other duties; must be able to multi-task, be energetic and creative and have basic computer skills. Tape/DVD, resume and references to Carol Sowers, executive ND, KHQA-TV, 301 S. 36th St., Quincy, IL 62301 or e-mail csowers@khqa.com. EOE (9/15)

** WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL seeks a producer who can research/write/edit/post content on all platforms, including TV/radio/Web/mobile/social networks, will edit pictures and sound and produce TV newscasts. Must be a strong writer and non-linear editor and fluent in both broadcast news and Web-based information sharing. DVD/link to recent aircheck, resume and references to Chad Mahoney, ND, WGEM-AM/FM/TV, 513 Hampshire, Quincy, IL 62301. EOE (10/28)

— WMBD-TV, Peoria, IL seeks a morning producer who is a creative storyteller, a good writer, works well with news management and staff to create great shows – and is NOT a show-stacker. Recent DVD/VHS tae, resume and references to Rick Moll, ND, WMBD/WYZZ-TV, 3131 N. University St., Peoria, IL 61604. No calls. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at WEEK/WHOI-TV, Peoria, IL: Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience who can anchor at least one weekend evening set of newscasts, work with an ENPS news computer, Ross Overdrive automation system, generate story ideas, write well, display sharp news judgment, work well with others and have the ability to cover a wide array of assignments.

Newscast director who can handle electronic graphics, direct video production and promotions and do various other related work; must be familiar with Windows-based computer systems and communications programs and have good leadership qualities. Resume to the WEEK-TV HR Dept., 2907 Springfield Rd., E. Peoria, IL 61611 or e-mail elouck@week.com. No calls. EOE (9/11)

— WCIA-TV, Champaign, IL seeks an experienced morning reporter/noon anchor who can do live shots early, has a strong on-air presence, is a good writer and reporter and can communicate with a morning show audience. Tape/DVD and resume to Andy Miller, ND, WCIA-TV, 50 S. Neil St., Champaign, IL 61820. No calls. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at WICD-TV, Champaign, IL: Anchor/reporter (Job #CIL01186) with at least 5 to 7 years experience as a primary anchor, leads by example, has a track record of success and wants to join a winning team. Videographer (Job #CIL01184) with at least one year experience who can shoot news/weather/sports stories, can edit video and packages, can set up live shots, ca meet deadlines and can maintain equipment assigned by the chief photographer; background with DVCPro cameras Avid editing software and live trucks a plus.

Experienced producer (Job #CIL01181) who will have primary responsibility for determining the composition and flow of assigned newscasts, selecting video, editing and writing stories; must be able to make independent decisions confidently, create a show that is up-to-the-minute, can focus well under pressure and have good people skills; must have a flexible schedule, while knowledge of east-central Illinois is a plus, but not a must.

Reporter/videographer (Job #CIL01178) with at least two years experience who has extensive live skills, can shoot and edit breaking news, is a good writer, ad-libs well, can make stories come alive and create pieces viewers will want to talk about tomorrow. Apply online at http://www.sbgi.net, then send tape/DVD and resume to Deana Reece, executive ND, WICS/WICD-TV, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703. No calls. EOE (8/30)

— Openings at WICS-TV, Springfield, IL: Morning anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #SPR01207) with four years live experience anchoring and reporting the news; must be able to edit video and do dayside reporting. Reporter/weekend anchor for its Saturday shows (Job #SPR01209) with the same abilities.

GA reporter (Job #SPR01200) with at least 2-3 years experience who is assertive, is motivated, is driven, has a can-do attitude, can enterprise stories, goes live smoothly and can handle the lead story nightly.

Part-time producer (Job @SPR01210) who will oversee editorial and production elements of newscasts, share responsibility for determining the composition and flow, select video, write stories, work closely with staff, research story lines, set up interviews and be able to work a schedule that includes weekends and schedules days off the week; must thrive under deadline pressure. Apply online at http://www.sbgi.net, then send tape/DVD and resume to Deana Reece, executive ND, WICS/WICD-TV, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703. No calls. EOE (9/7)

— Openings at WAND-TV, Decatur, IL: Morning anchor/reporter with one year experience who has a passion for reporting and anchoring, has a dynamic and energetic personality and has a hunger to win. DVD and resume to Tai Takahashi, ND, WAND-TV, 904 Southside Dr., Decatur, IL 62521. No calls. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL: Part-time weekend assignment editor who can work a Friday-Sunday shift, make beat calls, monitor scanners, generate story ideas, write, edit video, update Web and social media applications and do additional tasks as need in order to produce newscasts; must be detail-oriented and know the counties and cities the station serves in its three-state broadcast area. DVD and resume to Mike Snuffer, ND, WSIL-TV, 1416 Country Aire Dr., Carterville, IL 62918 or e-mail mike.snuffer@wsiltv.com. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Reporter with 2-4 years experience who can produce daily live reports for inclusion in regular newscasts, writes well, can file directly to the Web site, has sound news judgment, has outstanding presentation/production/delivery skills, generates story ideas, cultivates news sources, can travel on a moment’s notice is detail oriented, can work odd or extended hours and days to complete assigned stories and is a strong problem solver; DVD and resume to Chris Ford, AND, or e-mail cford@todaystmj4.com.

AM executive producer/noon producer with at least three years experience (management preferred) who has strong writing/organizing/news judgment skills, is a good writer, can work closely with others under deadline pressure, has found journalistic standards, knows general broadcast newsroom operations, can implement the findings of station research and directives of newsroom managers, can motivate and delegate, can coordinate graphic elements in newscasts, can assist with breaking news and can oversee special projects as assigned; resume to Diane Irving, ANF/production or e-mail dirving@journalbroadcastgroup.com.

Executive producer/special projects with at least three years field producing/reporting/other TV news experience who comes up with strong story ideas, is a good writer and interviewer, knows investigative procedures, can coordinate graphics/video/Web content, can produce demo-targeted, in-depth, compelling stories and work closely with others under deadline pressure; must lead the stations’ effort to produce targeted special reports for sweeps ratings periods and other times and be able to producer half-hour investigative/health/consumer specials; tape and resume to Bill Berra, VP/News, WTMJ-TV, 720 E. Capitol Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53212 or e-mail or e-mail cford@todaystmj4.com. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at Fox-owned WITI-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Weekend morning anchor/reporter with at least three years experience who is energetic (not timid) and comfortable on the desk, is aggressive and hungry to get content on the air and online, is a good writer, goes live smoothly, can develop sources, can break stories, is an engaging communicator and knows how to use every tool available.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience who has the passion to pursue stories well before the competition, strives to be the lead each night both on-air and online, communicates with compelling writing and on-air performance and is hypercompetitive; must be ready to make and work sources, shoot and edit with state-of-the-art HD equipment, post stories online and be ready for whatever is about to happen. Producer with at least two years experience who loves to create live and compelling television, can make use of advanced production techniques, places a premium on content, embraces all media platforms and can work a shift that could include overnights, mornings and/or weekends.

Special projects producer with at least six years experience who can work on election coverage, community forums, holiday specials and work on programming that includes political and holiday specials, locally-produced issues programs and turn-around specials that capsulize major news events; must have a strong producing background.

Investigative producer who can break stories ranging from corruption to government misconduct and everything in between; must be able to fully utilize CAR background, gather video content through a myriad of methods, show a commitment to strong organization, write well, dig deep, uncover information others may not wish to share, work quickly and confidently on deadline and be able to shoot video when needed. DVD and resume to the WITI-TV HR Dept., 9001 N. Green Bay Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53209, fax (414) 354-7491 or e-mail witihr@fox6now.com. EOE (8/30)

— Openings at WISN-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Assistant news director with at least three years news management experience who can oversee daily operations, has superior news judgment, can lead daily coverage on all platforms, can provide strategic leadership to win story coverage and ratings, can coach and motivate a strong group of journalists to raise the bar, thrives on aggressive breaking news coverage, has a strong ethical compass, is a good team builder and is adept at such administrative duties as scheduling, timesheets, performance reviews and budgets; DVD and resume to Lori Waldon, ND.

Anchor/reporter with 3-5 years anchor experience who has exceptional skills on the desk, has a commanding presence during big moments (such as breaking news), is likeable, is a newsroom leader, is collaborative, participates in editorial meetings, enjoys working with producers to create memorable newscasts, can develop great sources and works hard to enterprise stories; DVD and resume to Lori Waldon, ND.

Producer with at least two years experience who can take charge, can create memorable television, can post video to the station Web site, is a strong writer, thrives on breaking news, is confident in the control room and can work a flexible schedule as needed; DVD and resume to Katie Krechlow, EP. Videographer/live truck operator who can shoot and edit stories and packages, edit a heavy volume of video for newscasts, can run a live truck, knows how to shoot creative and compelling video and natural sound, has an aggressive attitude toward breaking news, can work flexible shifts that include early mornings and weekends, and is an outstanding team player; DVD and resume to Lori Waldon, ND.

Part-time associate producer who is energetic and assertive, has strong people skills, can work weekends and can have a flexible schedule the rest of the week can react quickly in breaking news situations, can write and post stories to the Web, has the ability to multi-task and is well-organized. DVD and resume to Lori Waldon, ND, WISN-TV, 759 N. 16th St., Milwaukee, WI 53233, or e-mail wisnhr@hearst.com. No calls. EOE (8/31)

— Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Self-starting reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #HR-MMJ) with at least two years shooting and reporting experience who is a solid storyteller, has strong live skills and can research/write/shoot/edit stories daily under deadline pressure.

Anchor/reporter (Job #HR-AR) with two years anchoring and reporting experience who is self-starting, is a good writer and has solid live skills. GA reporter (Job #HR-R) with at least two years experience who has good writing and storytelling skills; must be able to go live smoothly and consistently. Send tape/DVD and resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or e-mail ccamps@cbs58.com. EOE (8/18)

— WYTU-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks a bilingual (Spanish-English) producer/reporter who will contribute local content and be responsible for producing and editing various shows. Send tape/DVD and resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or e-mail ccamps@cbs58.com. EOE (8/30)

— Openings at WMTV, Madison, WI: Experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is passionate, is motivated, is enterprising, can present ideas that deliver viewer benefit, is a superior writer and storyteller, can cover and deliver breaking news with the accuracy and urgency required and understand the importance of multiple news platforms. Sports reporter/vieographer with at least two years experience who is hard-working, is passionate, is enterprising, can produce content for on-air and online use, can cover everything from high schools to the Packers and Badgers and can fill-in as a sports anchor as needed.

Producer who thrives on owning the big story over-the-air and online, is digitially savvy, can produce content for all platforms daily, has great writing skills, makes good use of video and can work to include live elements and graphics. DVD/online link, resume and references to the WMTV personnel dept., 615 Forward Dr., Madison, WI 53711 or e-mail personnel@nbc15.com. No calls. (9/8)

— Openings at WKOW-TV, Madison, WI: Primary anchor who is an energetic journalist, greets each day with both a smile and the determination to win, is a newsroom leader, has a passion for journalism, is competitive, will invest personally in maintaining and improving the quality of the newscast; must find unique stories and be able to process them for over-the-air, online and mobile platforms. Tape/DVD, resume and references to Perry Boxx, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail jmiller@wkowtv.com. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at WAOW-TV, Wausau, WI: News director with at least five years TV management experience who can establish and execute market-leading standards for newsroom operations and content; must coach and supervise, must prepare and execute newsroom budgets and capital requests and must work closely with other departments to achieve overall company performance goals. Resume to John Harris, station mgr., WAOW-TV, 1908 Grand Av., Wausau, WI 54403 or e-mail jharris@waow.com. No calls. (9/11)

** Openings at WSAW-TV, Wausau, WI: Main evening anchor/reporter with at least four years experience who has excellent anchoring skills, news judgment and on-air presence, along with a sense of urgency and passion; must know and be willing to use Web and social media to connect with viewers and have good organizational and leadership skills; shooting and editing skills are helpful.

Full-time and part-time reporter/videographers (video journalist) with one year experience who can write well, edit what you shoot, post content online and to mobile platforms, can handle deadline urgency and not mind hard work; tape/DVD and resume to the Mike Lauber, WSAW-TV HR Dept., 1114 Grand Av., Wausau, WI 54403 or e-mail mlauber@wsaw.com. (9/18)

** Openings at WJFW-TV Rhinelander, WI: Anchor/reporter/producer with at least two years experience for an expanded newscast lineup who has solid news judgment, is an outstanding writer, can enterprise stories, can ad-lib well, is a team player and has a solid camera presence.

Newscast director/technical director who can direct live broadcasts, pre-produce content using a Broadcast Pix Granite 1000 switcher system, operate the audio console and studio cameras, shoot video, edit using Pinnacle Studio 14 and Adobe Premiere CS5 and has working knowledge of live control room operations and fast-paced newscast production techniques; must be dependable, be a leader, be able to make good decisions quickly and work closely with others under deadline pressure; background with Photoshop preferred. DVD and resume to Heather Schallock, ND, WJFW-TV, 3217 County Road G, Rhinelander, WI 54501. (9/13)

— Openings at WBAY-TV, Green Bay, WI: Reporter/videographer with 1-2 years experience who can tell a compelling story, is a good communicator, thinks visually, has good news judgment, is committed to accuracy, is enterprising and self-starting and works well under deadline pressure. Producer who is a good supervisor, can oversee script and graphics production, has strong editorial judgment and writing skills, has a working knowledge of video editing and can work well with others while taking charge of a newscast.

Director/technical director. Tape/DVD and resume to Tom McCarey, ND, WBAY-TV, 115 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54301 or e-mail tomm@wbay.com. (8/30)

— Openings at WLUK-TV, Green Bay, WI: Executive producer who will supervise content for the station Web site and its 60-minute 5 and 9 p.m. newscasts; must be a strong leader, have good motivational skills, have a love for creative writing and grammar and can help others make the most of their writing skills; will be responsible for long-term projects and coordination of special events.

Valley bureau reporter/videographer with 1-2 years experience who has a high level of initiative and leadership and can report live from breaking events. Degreed meteorologist who can gather and interpret weather information, create computer-generated maps and graphics, can present weather information understandably for both broadcast and the Web, can shoot/write/edit video for packages on weather-related news and events for daily newscasts, can update weather on the station Web sites and can create and deliver daily forecasts for radio partners. DVD and resume to Juli Buehler, ND, WLUK-TV, 787 Lombardi Av., Green Bay, WI 54304 or e-mail juli.buehler@wluk.com. (9/2)

** WKBT-TV, LaCrosse, WI seeks a GA reporter who understands hw to show and tell compelling stories on multiple platforms, is a hard worker, is a creative thinker and is a team player; experience preferred. DVD/online link and resume to the WKBT-TV HR Dept., 141 S. Sixth St., LaCrosse, WI 54601. (9/17)

— Openings at WXOW-TV, LaCrosse, WI: Morning producer/anchor-reporter who is a solid writer, has smooth live skills, is competitive, has a team attitude and has the skill to tell a compelling story; Web and social media background preferred, as is experience. Motivated and enterprising weekend sports anchor/reporter-videographer who is energetic, is aggressive, is a strong writer, goes live smoothly, is competitive, has a team attitude and knows that sports coverage is best hyper-local. DVD and resume to Sean Dwyer, ND, WXOW-TV, Box C-4019, LaCrosse, WI 54602-4019 or e-mail sdwyer@wxow.com. (9/11)

— WQOW-TV, Eau Claire, WI seeks a reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can produce content for use over-the-air and on all digital platforms; must have a passion for news, be eager to hit the street and have a desire to anchor, and will be trained to fill-in as an anchor. DVD and resume to Lisa Patrow, dir. of news and operations, WQOW-TV, 5545 State Red. 93, Eau Claire, WI 54701 or e-mail lpatrow@wqow.com. (9/1)

— Openings at WRTV, Indianapolis, IN: Aggressive, enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated assistant news director who will supervise daily operation of the newsroom, guide coverage across platforms, directly supervise the reporting staff, assist in leading special event coverage, pay close attention to detail, see the big picture at the same time, know Microsoft Office and have background in both management and either reporter/producer, videographer or assignment editor; background with iNews is a plus. DVD, resume and references to the WRTV ND, 1330 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202 or apply online at www.mcgraw-hill.com/careers. No calls. (8/30)

— WISH-TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a sports producer who is self-=starting, can be a conduit between the sports team and the rest of the news department, can conceptualize graphics to tell stories, can differentiate sports content in multiple shows, sometimes in the same newscast and can assist with coverage of the Butler Bulldogs, the Indiana Pacers and the Indianapolis 500, among other events. Tape/DVD and resume to Anthony Calhoun, sports dir., WISH-TV, 1950 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 56202 or e-mail careers@wishtv.com. No calls. (9/1)

— Openings at WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN: Assistant news director (Job #300CW) with at least five years management experience who can oversee a large staff, manage day-to-day coverage on all platforms, can directly supervise reporters’ enterprising efforts, has exceptional news judgment and newsgathering skills, is a superior writer and is a great story teller; ND background desired.

Weekend Sunrise producer (Job #300KG) with at least four years experience who can seek out and present relevant and immediate stories with a keen eye toward important news of the day and enterprise; must be a self starter who can juggle planning/producing/social media/Web, is consistent, is creative, is in charge, is flexible and is energetic.

Associate producer (Job #300AP) who can write for newscasts and other platforms, can producer cut-ins, can post text and video to the station Web site and social media platforms, can fill in for line producers, can run the TelePrompTer, can contribute story ideas and can conduct research. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers/

— Openings at WXIN/WTTV, Indianapolis, IN: Anchor/reporter (Job #2011-18581) with at least three years anchoring background who will present news and information, cover stories, post content to the Web, thrive on breaking news, wants to enterprise stories, can meet tight deadlines, can contribute story ideas for newscasts, maintains productive relationships with contacts and can accept constructive feedback.

Part-time assignment editor (Job #2010-16680) who will oversee the desk at night on weekends, track and dispatch crews to breaking news, will write and edit video for weekend morning newscasts, will update the station Web site, has leadership ability and creativity and has effective writing skills. Tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the WXIN/WTTV HR Dept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN 46278 or apply online at http://corporate.tribune.com/pressroom/?page_id=2600. (9/13)

— WYIN-TV, Merrillville, IN seeks a part-time meteorologist who can prepare and present nightly forecasts, can contribute content to its sister public radio station, can keep up with an ever-changing weather environment and carrying conditions. Tape/DVD/online link, resume and reference sot Ryan Priest, ND, WYIN-TV/Lakeshore Public Television, 8625 Indiana Pl., Merrillville, IN 46410 or e-mail rpriest@lakeshoreptv.com. No calls. EOE (9/11)

** Openings at WSBT-TV, South Bend, IN: Chief meteorologist with at least three years on-air forecasting experience and certification who has a passion for weather on and off the air, is an expert on forecasting and tracking weather, can accurately predict extreme weather conditions, can educate viewers in many situations, can work flexible hours and can work in a high-stress environment; experience with Weather Central and Barron equipment a plus.

Producer with at least one year experience who is a creative writer, has good news judgment and producing techniques, understands story distribution to all platforms and works well alone or under stress and deadlines; background with live and breaking stories preferred. Tape/DVD and resume to the WSBT-TV HR Dept., 1301 E. Douglas Rd., Mishawaka, IN 46545 or e-mail rmalone@wsbt.com. (9/18)

— Openings at WNDU-TV, South Bend, IN: Reporter/videographer (video journalist – Job #11-05) with at least one year experience who is a great storyteller, is a superb writer, can edit what you shoot, and won’t wait for stories to be handed to you. Tape/DVD and resume to C.J. Beutien, ND, WNDU-TV, Box 1616, South Bend, IN 46634 or e-mail jobs@wndu.com. EOE (9/11)

** Openings at WSJV-TV, South Bend/Elkhart, IN: A 10 p.m. newscast producer with two years experience who searches for new and updated information and can handle the challenge of an hour-long newscast built on good stories and local storytelling.

News/sports reporter/videographer who can report and edit across all platforms, can do fill-in sports anchoring as needed and can do it all – sports or news – each day.

Morning newscast co-anchor who can make the maximum use of all resources available, including the Internet and social media, find content, write scripts, assist in the process of creating the shows, interact without a script with your co-anchor, meteorologist, live crew and viewers, and show versatility; must have energy and want to have some fun.

Experienced evening co-anchor/reporter who is strong on the set and in the field, can write content, can contribute story and presentation ideas, can post content to Web and mobile platforms and is a newsroom leader; shooting, editing and/or producing skills are a plus. DVD and resume to Ed Kral, station mgr., WSJV-TV, 58096 County Road 7, Elkhart, IN 46517. (9/17)

— Openings at WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN:

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #074) with at least two years experience who has a passion for news, is aggressive, is relentlessly inquisitive, can utilize state-of-the-art equipment to the fullest and report/edit/write for all platforms; must be as good on cameras as on other platforms.

Part-time (20 hours/week) news production assistant who knows non-linear editing, is a news junkie, follows current events on all levels, understands the importance of blending pictures with information, can select local video and video from digital feeds and internet downloads, is equally adept working independently or as part of a team, is well-organized, has good news judgment and can be flexible and adaptive. DVD, resume and references to the WISE-TV HR Dept., Box 2121, Ft. Wayne, IN 46801. (9/11)

— Openings at WANE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN: Reporter/videographer (multiplatform journalist) who is an aggressive thinker, comes to the morning meeting with story ideas, understands how people consume information, can work independently to break news, can writ/shoot/edit well and can produce material for any platform; live field reporting experience a big plus.

Videographer who has a keen eye for news, can interact well with young and energetic reporters, can edit on Avid software and can use all resources to move pictures and video to the Web quickly; live background helps; the station will consider those with a quality hands-on college internship. Tape/DVD, resume and references to Ted Linn, ND, WANE-TV, 2915 W. State Blvd., Ft. Wayne, IN 46808. (9/11)

— Openings at WLFI-TV, Lafayette, IN: Anchor/reporter who has camera presence, has solid vocal delivery, enunciates clearly, is a good writer, makes good use off video and sound and can post to the station Web site.

Reporter/videographer (multiplatform journalist) who is a storyteller, understands how to develop local contacts, can shoot compelling video, can conduct good interviews, can write clearly, can voice and edit stories with non-linear editing and can handle a DV camera.

Producer who knows what makes local news compelling, is detail-oriented, knows grammar and spelling, can post articles to the Web, knows non-linear editing, has solid leadership skills, can make solid decisions in breaking news situation and can interact well with others.

Videographer who can shoot compelling video, train a staff of multiplatform journalists and videographers, can use non-linear editing software, can operate a live truck and can post video to the Web; must be able to handle DVC cameras with hard drive, laptop editing, microphones, cables, fiber link and all other equipment needed to perform daily duties under deadline pressure. DVD and resume to Jeff Smith, ND, WLFI-TV 2605 Yeager Rd., W. Lafayette, IN 47906 or e-mail jeff.smith@wlfi.com. EOE (9/14)

** Openings at WEHT-TV, Evansville, IN: Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer who can enterprise compelling and relevant stories each day, has live shot experience, works well under tight deadlines and can edit on non-linear equipment.

Aggressive reporter/videographer who gets answers to tough questions, holds newsmakers accountable for their actions, can edit video and packages, can generate story ideas that fit what the news organization is about, can produce compelling and relevant stories, knows non-linear editing and can utilize social media. Morning producer who is aggressive, is creative, is a newsroom leader, has good computer skills and can learn the non-linear editing system. Tape/DVD and resume to Mark Glover, ND, WEHT-TV, Box 25, Evansville, IN 47701. EOE (9/17)

** Openings at WFIE-TV, Evansville, IN: Assistant news director with at least three years management experience who will manage the day-to-day news operation on all platforms, support a powerful brand, be aggressive with breaking news, dominate severe weather coverage, implement strategies to promote research-based and ratings goals, has exceptional news judgment, help facilitate beat development and believes in enterprise and good storytelling.

Anchor/reporter for a new newscast who has strong on-air skills, can bring energy and confidence to the newscasts, communicates well with the audience and staff, has strong reporting skills, has good news judgment and has up-to-date computer skills; must be able to use social media and Web tools to deliver continuous content online and on mobile throughout the day.

Reporter/videographer (video journalist) who can find/shoot/tell great stories, use the Web and social media to deliver continuous content support and demonstrate strong editing and writing skills; live truck background is also strongly preferred.

Producer who can keep the newscast on top of the ratings, can take charge of a plan, can incorporate strategic planning into the daily newscast, can motivate others to execute the vision, can write for both broadcast and the Web, can provide continuous coverage online and through social media, is strong at multi-tasking, is attentive to details, possesses solid people and management skills, is creative and can enterprise beyond the news of the day while winning breaking news and severe weather coverage as needed. Tape/DVD and resume to the WFIE-TV HR Dept., Box 1414, Evansville, IN 47701 or e-mail mhillenbrand@14wfie.com. No calls. EOE (9/14)

— Openings at WTVW, Evansville, IN:

Videographer/editor who can shoot a weekly news magazine show and other related videography assignments; shooting and editing experience on Avid systems is desirable.

Morning anchor/producer for an expanded morning news and lifestyle program who has some professional and producing experience.

Host/producer for weekly half-hour newsmagazine program who can also report; experience a must. DVD, resume and references to Bob Walters, ND, WTVW, 477 Carpenter St., Evansville, IN 47708 or e-mail bwalters@wtvw.com. EOE (9/11)

— WOI-TV, Des Moines, IA seeks a political/GA reporter/videographer who can shoot and edit stories, and front them live; the station considers this a good opportunity for someone looking to move into a top-100 market. Tape and resume, with letter noting that you saw the opening in the JobFile, to the WOI-TV business mgr., 3903 Westown Pkwy. West Des Moines, IA 50266. EOE (8/19)

— Openings at KGAN/KFXA-TV, Cedar Raids, IA: Chief meteorologist (Job #CED01223) who can lead the weather team in an area in which breaking weather news can happen at any time; must be an experienced forecaster, an expert communicator, can warn viewers when needed and keep them interested when there’s nothing but calm; meteorology degree and seal a must.

Multi-talented weekend weather anchor (Job #CED01222) who can reporter during a week and is comfortable presenting information over the air, online and through mobile devices; meteorology degree a plus but not a must. Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send a DVD or online link to Scott Picken, ND, KGAN/KFXA-TV, 600 Old Marion Rd. NE, Cedar Rapids, I 52402. No calls. (8/30)

— Openings at KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA: Assignment editor (see Cedar Rapids Tribune listing under “newspapers”). Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Shonna Woods, HR Dept., KCRG-TV/SourceMedia, Box 511, 500 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 or e-mail sourcemediahr@sourcemedia.net. (8/30)

— Openings at KWQC-TV, Davenport, IA: Producer with at least two years experience who has a passion for local television news, can help determine the composition and flow of newscasts, can select video, can write well, is well-organized and can produce newscasts that are accurate, creative and compelling.

Reporter/videographer (video journalist) with reporting, videographer or VJ background who is self-starting, is a strong reporter and writer, can operate a live truck under deadline pressure and can work weekends, evenings and holidays. Experienced sports reporter/anchor who is a strong shooter and video editor, can multi-task, can plan the sports calendar to anchor and produce its Highlight Zone show in the fall and spring, and work under deadline pressure.

Videographer who is a strong shooter and editor, can run a live truck and can work a flexible schedule that includes all shifts.

Associate producer who can assist in the gathering of information, log video, write for newscasts and digital platforms, participate in the production of newscasts and live remotes, check feeds for up-to-date and breaking news, bring creative story ideas to daily meetings, print and collate daily scripts, distribute scripts to producers and directors and run TelePrompTer. DVD and resume to Denise Killian, ND, KWQC-TV, 805 Brady St., Davenport, IA 52803. EOE (9/8)

— Openings at KIMT-TV, Mason City, IA:
Evening anchor/reporter-videographer/producer with at least four years experience who is a passionate journalist, has strong integrity, has a strong on-air presence, is a good communicator, can shoot and edit video for use on multiple platforms, is a strong writer and is a newsroom leader who is excited about news and has the desire to hit the streetsDVD and resume to the KIMT-TV business office coordinator, Box 620, Mason City, IA 50402-0620 or e-mail hr@kimt.com. (8/30)

— Openings at KTIV-TV, Sioux City, IA: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can do it all – write, research, report, shoot, edit and produce; must provide material for use on the air and on all digital platforms and do it most of the time without the help of a videographer.

Producer who can select/write/format stories for use on the air and on other platforms, is always clear and concise and can work with reporters and other staff to develop the best news product possible. DVD and resume to Bridget Breen, ND, KTIV-TV, 3135 Floyd Blvd., Sioux City, IA 51108 or e-mail bbreen@ktiv.com or apply online at www.ktiv.com, and click on the jobs tab to complete an application. (9/13)

— Openings at KCAU-TV, Sioux City, IA: Part-time morning-midday video editor who can assist the morning show and can shoot video as needed; will train the right person as a producer. Creative newscast director who can supervise floor crews, switching, lighting, idea development and can take newscasts to the next level; tape/CD should include director track. Tape/DVD and resume to the KCAU-TV business mgr., 625 Douglas, Sioux City, IA 51101 or e-mail humanresources@kcautv.com. (9/11)

— Openings at KWWL-TV, Waterloo, IA: News director who will re-establish and carry through on market-leading standards for newsroom operations and content, hiring, coaching and evaluating news personnel and prepare and administer newsroom capital requests; must have a strong working knowledge of current events, sound journalistic principles and make fast, accurate ethical and logistical judgments.

Morning/noon co-anchor-reporter with at least two years experience who has an upbeat presentation style, is a strong field anchor, has powerful reporting skills and a commitment to quality journalism in action; non-linear editing background helpful.

Assignment manager with at least here years experience who can get a working knowledge of local issues and needs, uses sound journalistic techniques, can make fast and accurate journalistic and logistical judgments and can drive over-the-air, interactive and social media site coverage.

Experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who will produce content for use over the air, online and on mobile platforms, and is adept at on-camera reporting, videography and editing. Content producer with 1-2 years experience who is enthusiastic about putting dynamic content over the air, online and on mobile platforms, as well as Titter and Facebook; must be a team player and demonstrate maturity and leadership. Resume to Kim Leer, GM, KWWL-TV, 500 E. Fourth St., Waterloo, IA 50703, call (319) 291-1207 or e-mail kleer@kwwl.com. (9/7)

— Openings at KSDK-TV, St. Louis, MO: Motivated and versatile assistant news director who can help develop multi-platform efforts, understands and can boldly advance the station brand, is a good storyteller, likes to innovate, has a vision of the online and digital future, has solid news judgment, has a philosophy that emphasizes accuracy/quality/unique content, is a leader with a keen eye for talent, can motivate and coach, and can maintain a positive culture in which creativity thrives.

Anchor/reporter for its “Show Me St. Louis” team who has a commanding presence, exudes confidence and energy and possesses a sense of what people are talking about right now; must be a creative storyteller and an interactive interviewer.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with 1-3 years experience who can gather/shoot/write/produce content from the field or inside the newsroom on multiple platforms; must enterprise news stories, must package reports, must write for the station Web site and attach both stills and streaming images, must be a solid live reporter and have the ability to write/shoot/edit/present well in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment.

Morning producer with 3-5 years experience who has boundless energy, has great news sense, is a newsroom leader, is a responsible newsroom citizen, embraces growing technologies, has mature decision-making abilities, comes to the table each day with coverage ideas and can find a blend of stories that includes serious information, stories to start a viewer’s day and a touch of whimsy.

A 10 a.m. producer with much the same abilities.

A 4 p.m. producer who can come to the table daily with story ideas, is well-organized, has leadership skills, can take ownership of a new newscast, is flexible about coverage plans, has the self-confidence to change on the fly and knows up-to-the-moment technology and the way to keep non-broadcast platforms updated. DVD, resume and letter stating news philosophy to Eva Ehrlich, EP, KSDK-TV, 1000 Market St., St. Louis, MO 63101. EOE (9/1)

— Openings at KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO: Part-time traffic reporter with at least three years in local TV traffic reporting background who can work weekday morning newscasts, is a great storyteller, can inform viewers of the story of the morning and has a presentation that is pleasant and professional; will work 5-8 a.m. weekdays; apply to Sean McLaughlin, NDDVD and resume to Sean McLaughlin, executive ND, KMOV-TV, 1 Memorial Dr., St. Louis, MO 63102, fax (314) 444-6393 or e-mail employment@kmov.com. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at KSHB-TV, Kansas City, MO: Anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #3807) who can lead and organize content, utilize strong news judgment, communicates well, is a great video storyteller, can deliver pieces with both factual clarity and emotional connection and can work with or without a script smoothly.

Executive producer/newscasts (Job #3775) with management experience who is a newsroom leader, can create and organize content for multiple platforms using strong editorial/journalistic/communications skills, can write, can handle big thinking, can handle breaking news cleanly, is creative and forward thinking, can work with a large and diverse staff in a professional manner, can showcase enterprise, can work closely with news managers and assignment editors to establish content needs, enhance rundowns with graphics/video/research/station branding, can execute time-sensitive decisions well, can write conversationally, can oversee live broadcasts, can edit on desktop, can post to Web sites, can utilize Web analytics and knows libel laws.

Executive producer/special projects (Job #3772) with management background who is a top notch hands-on EP and a newsroom leader; will have overall responsibilities for special projects within newscasts, including oversight on story selection/producers/writers/all others involved; must handle big breaking news calmly, be creative and forward thinking, maintain a steadfast commitment to accuracy and fairness, generate story ideas, participate in editorial meetings and demonstrate strong people skills. Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers. (9/11)

— Openings at Fox-owned WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO: Weekend anchor/reporter who can develop contacts, can find and enterprise stories, can communicate and relate well with co-workers and over the air, is detail-oriented, is deadline driven and can complete multiple complex tasks on deadline.

Experienced reporter/videographer (video journalist) who can develop contacts, find enterprising stories within a geographic beat, shoot stories to station standards, edit using FinalCut Pro and can set up and operate a Skype or equivalent.

Producer with one year experience for its one-hour weekday morning newscast who is a strong writer, has basic PC and phone skills and can communicate clearly and effectively; DVD and resume to Bryan McGruder, ND, WDAF-TV, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108. No calls. (9/1)

— Openings at KMBC-TV, Kansas City, MO: Videographer with at least two years experience who is an accurate and ethical storyteller, has a team attitude, can run a live truck, can shoot an array of assignments, can edit on non-linear equipment and has a great attitude; attitude is everything.

Producer with at least two years experience who is aggressive, is highly motivated and can utilize all of the latest tools to help report over the air, online and on other platform; must have solid news judgment and lots of creative ideas, along with a firm grasp of how to win breaking news; DVD, resume and references to Marlene Cross, EP.

Experienced anchor/reporter who has a command of the anchor desk, shines during big-story or wall-to-wall coverage, can connect with viewers and has a good understanding of the Internet and how to use it to reach viewers; DVD and resume to Sherrie Brown, ND, KMBC-TV, 6455 Winchester, Kansas City, MO 64133 or e-mail mcross@hearst.com. (9/16)

— Openings at KCTV, Kansas City, MO: Executive producer/special projects (Job #KCTV3403) with at least 3-5 years top-50 market experience who will oversee sweeps series, special events, prime-time specials, election coverage and the like; must perform in-depth research for information needed to tell a story uncovering unethical behavior/practices/policies, determine scope/timing/direction of investigations, identify issues and evidence needed, examine records and serve as a liaison to all departments in coordinating special projects and events.

Videographer (Job #KCTV3226) with two years experience who can gather news for use over the air, online and on other platforms; must edit what you shoot, transmit and record news/weather/sports video and audio feeds; must be a strong shooter and editor, have strong interpretive skills and be able to run a live truck.

Producer (Job #KCTV2882) with 1-2 years experience who can work with staff to craft, coordinate, execute newscasts while providing editorial and production direction to associate producers and crews regarding content, coordination and newscast execution; must be able to edit video.

Newscaster (Job #KCTV2856) with at least three years experience who can combine pictures and words into informative and interesting stories, has an advanced knowledge of the locale and governing bodies, knows area public figures, can edit and shoot video, can accept direction from management and the assignment desk, has strong initiative and self-motivation, comes up with good story ideas, can work closely with staff, can perform quality work in high-pressure situations and can balance between planning ahead and getting results. Apply online at www.meredith.apply2jobs.com

— Openings at KFVS-TV, Cape Girardeau, MO: Degreed weekend meteorologist with two years on-air forecasting experience who can produce weather segments, provide Web support and cover various other shows during the week as needed; must be progressive, social media-savvy, have experience with WSI graphics, know forecasting (especially winter storms and severe weather) and use a relevant storytelling format.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience who can work across multiple platforms and has good writing/videography/editing skills. Tape/DVD and resume to Mark Little, ND, KFVS-TV, 310 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701. No calls. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at KMIZ-TV, Columbia, MO: Executive producer with at least one year experience who can create/organize/write/assemble newscasts, manage the on-air presentation for multiple evening newscasts, manage the brand of a focused and research-driven news department, can emphasize source cultivation, can enterprise and break stories, can create and organize nightly newscasts, can demonstrate the judgment and ability to manage people and multiple projects, is flexible enough to work in the modern newsroom and could be called upon to do beat reporting, produce and edit for the Web; management background is a plus.

Producer who can create, organize, write and assemble nightly newscasts, assist with management of the station Web site, can communicate well, is a strong tape editor, is well-organized and operates well under deadline pressure; cold be called upon to beat report, produce or edit the Web site.

Reporter who can go live from the field each day, bring back enterprise stories, gather information, shoot, cultivate sources, edit video and have the flexibility needed to work in a modern TV newsroom on all platforms; experience is a plus. Morning meteorologist who can produce daily weathercasts for use on the air, on the station Web site and on it 24-hour weather channel; must take an active role in severe weather coverage, work with media partners, be a strong and effective communicator, be able to reassure and inform viewers, hustles during storms, can balance many tasks at once and has flexibility; proficiency with Weather Central systems is a plus, as is an AMS/NWA seal.

Anchor/reporter-videographer with at least three years experience who can gather information and write well, can cultivate sources, can edit video and packages, can go live smoothly, can bring enterprise story ideas to work and have the flexibility to work in a modern newsroom, also doing producing and Web editing as needed; shift is Sunday-Thursday 2-11 p.m., with some flexibility required. Tape/DVD and resume to Curtis Varns, ND, KMIZ-TV, 501 Business Loop 70 East, Columbia, MO 65201. (9/15)

— KRCG-TV, Jefferson City, MO seeks an investigative reporter who is aggressive, has the desire to hold officials accountable, finds answers to viewers’ questions, can uncover news, won’t rely on the assignment desk, displays strong storytelling skills and can create stories that will be featured prominent in each night’s 10 .m. newscast; one year experience preferred, but the station will consider accomplished recent grads. VHS tape/DVD, resume, references and writing samples to Ladd Egan, ND, KRCG-TV, 10188 Old Hwy. 54 N., New Bloomfield, MO 65063. (9/11)

— Openings at KSNF/KODE-TV, Joplin, MO: Weekend anchor/producer/reporter-videographer who will anchor the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts on Saturday and the 10 p.m. on Sunday, and will produce newscasts and shoot and edit stories three days a week, serving as a GA reporter/videographer. Weekend sports anchor/reporter who can work a Friday-Tuesday shift, shoot packages on weekdays, edit video on Newscutter, post content to the Web and other platforms, generate unique story ideas, has a passion for sports and has the ability to self-motivate. Tape/DVD and resume to Leisha Beard, ND, KSNF/KODE-TV, 1502 Cleveland, Joplin, MO 64801. (9/11)

— Openings at KOLR/KSFX-TV, Springfield, MO: Reporter with at least one year experience who can enterprise and develop stories, present stories live, cultivate sources, maintain a strong Web presence, fill-in as anchor, display impeccable news judgment, has good written and presentation skills and has a desire to lead the newscast every day.

Entry-level reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with the same abilities who can develop/shoot/report content, knows Avid editing and has an interest in providing an engaging news product every day. Special projects reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can also fill-in occasionally as an anchor, can run a microwave truck, is creative, has strong storytelling abilities, is a successful collaborator, has an interest in new media and has a desire to set shows apart.

Midday-5 p.m. producer with 1-2 years producing experience who will oversee content, story placement and franchise elements of the newscasts; must manage crew, make breaking news coverage decisions, work with the assignment desk and management in developing story ideas and special projects, knows Avid editing and has Web editing skills.

Weekend producer/Web editor with the same abilities, knows Avid systems, can set shows apart each day by providing engaging news product; entry-level job. Tape/DVD and resume to Polly Van Doren-Orr, ND, KOLR/KSFX-TV, 2650 E. Division, Springfield, MO 65803 or e-mail pvandoren@kolr.com. (9/11)

** Openings at KYTV/KSPR-TV, Springfield, MO: Managing editor who will be art assignment editor, part “air-traffic controller” and newsroom leader; must set the stage for what the newsroom does the rest of the day; must multitask, must monitor scanners, must manage news crews, must make beat calls and do story follow-up, must remain calm in breaking news situations, must display good news judgment, must have good phone skills and have great tolerance.

Reporter with 1-2 years experience who will be responsible for delivering valid and turnable enterprise stories daily, creative use of live news capabilities, telling stories that are complicated so that viewers can understand them, display a strong understanding of daily newscast content, strong initiative, an attention to detail and advanced ethical decision-making skills; must post to a promotional Facebook page and Twitter account, and blog on a daily basis.

Meteorologist who can develop forecasts and graphics, deliver them live on air, forecast in a clear and concise manner and have the ability to excel during severe weather coverage; background with Weather Central, ESP:LIVE, LIVE:WIRE, Microcast, Metworks, X-Vision, DCE, Weather Webcaster and NWS chat desired, along with the ability to edit video and make maximum use of social media; AMS or NWA seal preferred.

Assignment editor with at least one year experience who is the “air traffic controller” behind the scenes, is a reporter, can set the stage for what the newsroom does for the rest of the day, is responsible for all editorial content over the air/online/in social media, can remain calm during breaking news situations and can make quick and accurate decisions.

Producer with 1-2 years experience who can write scripts, edit copy, order graphics, coordinate live shots with staff, act as a leader in facilitating the teamwork of staff, maintain working knowledge of current vents and community issues, develop an extensive list of local contacts, work with reporters on story content, accurately gather information for stories under deadline pressure, edit video and audio and post content to the station Web site. Tape/DVD and resume to Beth Keeling, HR cord., WYTV/KSPR-TV, 999 W. Sunshine, Springfield, MO 65807, call (417) 268-3096, fax (417) 268-3361 or email jobs@ky3.com. (9/17)

— Openings at WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY: GA reporter with at least two years live reporting experience who can generate creative and original stories for multiple platforms, in a strong writer, excels at enterprise reporting and can work in a pressured and competitive environment. Videographer with at least two years experience who is energetic, is enterprising, can shoot compelling video for fast-paced newscasts while working in a pressured and competitive environment.

Part-time desk assistant/associate producer who can perform a variety of utility functions and can assist with morning newscasts in a pressured environment; station believes in “live, local and late-breaking” newscasts. Tape/DVD and resume to Mike Neelly, ND, WLKY-TV, 1918 Mellwood Av., Louisville, KY 40206. (8/30)

— Openings at WAVE-TV, Louisville, KY: Assistant news director with at least five years management experience who will manage day-to-day operations on all platforms while supporting a powerful brand that is aggressive with breaking news, dominates in severe weather coverage, and promotes the research-based and rating goals of the station; must have exceptional news judgment and be a platform of multi-platform delivery; must direct reporters, focus them toward beat development, promote enterprise reporting and good stories.

Weekend meteorologist who is degrees/seasoned/dynamic/accurate, can publish online and mobile content, can blog about the weather and has NWS or AMS certification.

Anchor/reporter who has an ability to identify issues, has a track record of solid reporting, can deliver on a strong brand, can hold the powerful accountable, can shoot and edit under deadline pressure and can file stories on multiple platforms; must report smoothly when live on air and be well-organized. News content specialist with the same abilities. DVD/online links, resume and references to Kathy Hostetler, ND, WAVE-TV, 725 S. Floyd St., Louisville, KY 40203 or e-mail khostetter@wave3.com. (9/11)

** Openings at WHAS-TV, Louisville, KY:

Producer with at least two years experience who will write and producer material for broadcast and digital platform use, work with staff to assure timely on-air delivery, will assign videographers and reporters to cover breaking events, will participate in daily show run-down decision making process and knows video editing equipment.

Experienced reporter/anchor who can react quickly to breaking news, is a strong communicator, can work well under pressure, can meet daily deadlines, can interact productively and positively in all environments, knows multiplatform news gathering tools and resources, can gather and investigate stories, can conduct research for facts and credibility and develops sources for general assignment and special areas of interest.

Videographer with at least two years experience who knows NPPA storytelling format, has experience with Betacam SX cameras and both linear and non-linear editing equipment, can set-up and shoot special projects/series/live remotes, can perform preventive maintenance on equipment, knows lighting and audio and can work a flexible schedule and be on-call as needed. DVD and resume to WHAS-TV HR Dept., 520 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, KY 40202, fax (502) 582-7543 or e-mail hr@whas11.com. (9/17)

— Openings at WDRB-TV, Louisville, KY: Sports anchor/reporter who has the ability to tell a great story, whether it’s a high school athlete or the pros; strong videography skills are a must, and experience with P2 HD equipment is a big plus; will spend a lot of tie covering the University of Louisville, Kentucky and Indiana University sports.

Videographer/editor who can demonstrate creative shooting, editing and storytelling skills that serve both over-the-air and online; must understand HD gear and avid editing and work with reporters and producers in a fast-paced environment well. DVD and resume to Ken Bradley, chief photographer, WDRB-TV, 624 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY 40203. (9/11)

** Openings at WLEX-TV, Lexington, KY: Morning show producer with at least two years line producing experience who is a strong writer, is a team player, has strong organizational skills, has a desire to be the best and has the desire to win every day.

Reporter with at least two years experience who writes well, is an engaging storyteller and goes live smoothly. Videographer with at least one year experience who has strong compositional skills and can tell stories visually; live microwave experience a pus. Tape/DVD and resume to the WLEX-TV HR Dept., Box 1457, Lexington, KY 40588 or e-mail humanresources@wlextv.com. (9/14)

— Openings at WKYT-TV, Lexington, KY: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with 2-3 years experience who understands the importance of active live shots, can break lead stories, has a passion for news and knows what it takes to get good stories on the air. Producer with at least 1-3 years experience who knows the difference between stacking and producing a newscast and can work with a chopper, several live trucks and other resources to build a dynamic and fast-paced show.

Videographer with at least one year experience who is well-organized and ca handle deadline situations; non-linear editing background is a plus. Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Robert Thomas, ND, WKYT-TV, 2815 Winchester Rd., Lexington, KY 40509 or e-mail rthomas@wkyt.com. (9/16)

— Openings at WTVQ, Lexington, KY: Assignment editor who will be responsible for coordinating content, communicate coverage plans to other members of the department, maintain comprehensive files, gather information, communicate with local emergency responders, know desk and newsroom operations and demonstrate strong organizational and communications skills.

Producer with at least two years experience who will produce a primary newscast; must have strong writing ability, creativity, vision, leadership skills and familiarity with content delivery on other platforms.

Morning/noon meteorologist with at least three years on-air forecasting experience who is aggressive, energetic, a leader who knows what is relevant for viewers in central Kentucky, including coverage of severe weather and tornadoes; must be a degreed meteorologist with AMS certification. Tape/DVD and resume to the WTVQ HR Dept., Box 55590, Lexington, KY 40555-5590. (9/2)

— Openings at WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY: Producer/backup weather anchor who writes journalistically sound copy, has a positive attitude, can perform multiple tasks efficiently and quickly, understands and embraces the importance of multi-platform delivery, is a creative storyteller, lives and dies by the fundamentals of journalism and won’t be satisfied merely stacking shows. Tape and resume to Neil Middleton, VP/News, WYMT-TV, Box 1299, Hazard, KY 41702. No calls. (8/30)

— Openings at WPSD-TV, Paducah, KY: Morning executive producer with three years as a newscast producer and two years as a manager who will oversee the expanded 2-1/2 hour morning program, is aggressive with breaking news coverage, knows the value of social media and can have fun while leading an experienced team.

Experienced producer who is a dynamic writer, has solid news judgment, can become a newsroom leader, has a flair for production, can incorporate breaking news smoothly into newscasts, can handle multiple live shots, understands the importance of social and interactive media platforms, and can turn out vibrant graphics to tell compelling stories. DVD and resume to Dwayne Stice, ND, WPSD-TV, Box 1197, Paducah, KY 42002-1197 or call dstice@wpsdlocal6.com. EOE (8/30)

— Openings at CBS-owned WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN: Videographer (Job #8919) with 2-5 years medium- to major-market experience who can shoot assigned news and sports stories in a manner that is clear and creative, can set-up lighting and audio as situations dictate, can edit stories under deadline pressure using non-linear systems, can work with reporters and producers to create stories that are visually appealing and meaningful, can operate live trucks, can report all mechanical problems, has good journalistic and ethical standards and is proficient with Sony EX-3 or Betacam systems; apply online at http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/tag/wcco-jobs/

Part-time assignment editor (Job #9080BR) with 1-3 years medium- to large-market experience who can assign stories to reporters and videographers, can monitor scanners, can coordinate coverage through network affiliates, can assist with story investigation, can coordinate and book satellite windows, has strong news judgments, is well-organized, can prioritize and make good decisions quickly and has experience with Windows, including Outlook; apply online at http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/tag/wcco-jobs/

— Openings at KSTP-TV, St. Paul, MN: Anchor/reporter (Job #29-11) with extensive experience who is professional and consistent on the air, has advanced critical thinking skills, is a quick and effective decision-maker, can ad-lib live smoothly, can maintain performance under extreme pressure, can read a TelePompTer, can write for the station’s Web sites, can maintain extensive community contacts, is aware of local and national current events, can maintain appropriate and strict appearance standards and can provide newsroom leadership.

Reporter (Job #63-11) with the same qualifications.

Producer (Job #64-11) who has sound news judgment and production skills, knows current events, has good writing and research skills, can handle deadlines and pressure and knows video editing and graphics; computer skills helpful. Tape/DVD and resume to the KSTP-TV HR Dept., 3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN 55114, fax (651) 642-4314 or e-mail apply@hbi.com. No calls. (8/30)

— Openings at KARE-TV, Minneapolis, MN: News and Information Center director (ND) who will embrace a standard of story-telling excellence and community service, boldly advance the brand across multiple platforms, be a visionary in the age of digital media, emphasizes accuracy and unique local content, demonstrate a keen eye for recognizing/guiding/enhancing talent in an atmosphere that inspires professional growth/enterprise/creativity and exercise long-range planning and budget presentation skills; tape/DVD and resume to the KARE-TV HR Dept.

Enterprise/investigative reporter with at least five years enterprising reporting experience who will use sources/documents/computer reporting/social media/other technology/new media/journalist tools o report exclusive accountability and investigative stories; must develop sources, develop advocate and watchdog stories, compile documentation, work with other reporters, do outreach, work with the Web team, adhere to a code of ethics and can do GA work as needed.

Morning reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least three years experience who will enterprise news and information for all platforms, will research/shoot/write/edit content, use traditional and emerging production techniques and technology to enrich and enhance stories, can go live smoothly, loves working an early show and can make stories special for the audience.

Meteorologist with at least three years on-air forecasting experience who can enterprise and present compelling weather information, enrich and enhance the product, is a passionate weathercaster who can engage the audience and can report primarily on weather stories or weather science, chase storms and do field anchoring.

Temporary “utility player” producer/assignment editor who is responsible, is creative, is passionate about journalism, can perform traditional assignment desk functions, can communicate with and connect all news content providers and streamline that content quickly and efficiently on all platforms; video shooting and editing skills a plus, along with flexible schedule that includes overnight and weekend hours; tape/DVD and resume to the KARE-TV HR Dept., 8811 Olson Memorial Hwy., Minneapolis, MN 55427 or e-mail jobs@kare11.com. No calls. (9/2)

— Openings at Fox-owned KMSP/WFTC-TV, St. Paul, MN: Evening anchor who is more than a traditional news reader; must have engaging and dynamic story presentation, write clear and comprehensive copy, be hard-working and intuitive and can create conversation and participate in or moderate guest interviews; must be a strong communicator on and off the air and a newsroom leader. DVD and resume to the KMSP/WFTC-TV HR Dept., 11358 Viking Dr., Eden Prairie, MN 55344, fax (952) 944-8296 or e-mail hrminnesota@foxtv.com. (9/13)

— KSAX-TV, Alexandria, MN seeks a news director with at least five years TV newsroom experience who can manage the efforts of the news department, including personnel and newscasts, can take initiative, can manage projects from start to finish, can meet deadlines, understands basic budgeting principles, can use and understand computer spreadsheets and related software, is articulate, has good written and verbal communications skills, has supervisory background, can organize well and can schedule work assignments. Tape/DVD and resume to the KSAX-TV HR Dept., 415 Fillmore St., Box 189, Alexandria, MN 56308, fax (320) 763-4627 or e-mail kjerde@ksax.com. No calls. (9/11)

— Openings at KAAL-TV, Austin, MN: Reporter/videographer (Job #8-11) who can work any shift, can research stories, can write and edit, is knowledgeable about issues on all levels, can think quickly, can respond to breaking news in high pressure situation, is well-organized and can go live smoothly.

Anchor/reporter (Job #3-11) for its Rochester newsroom who has strong writing/editing/live shot/non-linear editing skills, can work well with others to present compelling stories over the air and on new media platforms; must research stories, write clear and complete stories under deadline, know current events, demonstrate good news judgment and have ethical decision-making skills. DVD/VHS tape, resume and references to the KAAL-TV HR Dept., 1701 Tenth Pl. NE, Austin, MN 55912, fax (507) 437-7815 or e-mail bbroden@kaaltv.com. No calls. (8/30)

— Openings at WDIO-TV, Duluth, MN: Reporter (Job #13-11) who can work a beat, can generate story ideas, can gather facts, works well with videographers, can do live shot smoothly, can write concise copy, pays attention to accuracy, has an interest in serious journalism, can make complicated topics clear, can work a bat, can develop sources and can generate story ideas daily. Tape/DVD and resume to the WDIO-TV HR Dept., 10 Observation Rd., Duluth, MN 55811, fax (218) 727-4415 or e-mail pscandin@wdio.com. (8/30)

— Openings at KQDS-TV, Duluth, MN: Co-anchor-reporter/producer with 3-5 years experience who can complement an established co-anchor and can produce the 6 and 9 p.m. newscasts, plus report special assignments with a videographer.

Evening GA reporter for an expanded newscast schedule; videography background is helpful, although this is not a one-man-band job. Assignment manager/producer who can assist the ND, can give out assignments, can co-produce a newly-expanded one-hour 9 p.m. newscast and believes in ethics.

Videographer who is experienced and can edit video and packages. Chief meteorologist for its weekday evening newscasts who is committed to putting on a quality weather forecast and dedicated to alerting the public of dangerous weather conditions; not a job for beginners, while background with Weather Central equipment and AMS certification are preferred.

Weekend meteorologist with the same abilities; AMS certification preferred.

Weekend producer who has a commitment to quality journalism and TV newsroom experience. Tape/DVD and resume to Jason Vincent, ND, KQDS-TV, 2001 London Rd., Duluth, MN 55812 or e-mail jvincent@kqdsfox21.com. No calls. (9/2)

** Openings at KBJR-TV, Duluth, MN: Producer who can think quickly, works in line with the newsroom philosophy, can bring story ideas to the table and can edit video; reporting/assignment desk skills a plus.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can shoot, write and edit stories, can think on one’s feet, can bring story ideas to the table daily and can write and for and post to the Internet and other platforms. DVD/VHS tape and resume to the KBJR-TV HR Dept., 246 S. Lake Av., Duluth, MN 55802. No calls. (9/16)

** KEYC-TV, Mankato, MN seeks a 9 p.m. anchor-producer/reporter who has experience in anchoring, reporting, producing and tease-writing. DVD/tape and resume to Dan Ruiter, ND, KEYC-TV, 1570 Lookout Dr., N. Mankato, MN 56003. No calls. (9/14)

** Openings at KTTC/KXLT-TV, Rochester, MN: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can work well in HD and a multi-platform environment with the latest technology, is a great storyteller, delivers strong live shots, digs past the obvious and can make maximum use of Facebook and Twitter.

Experienced anchor/producer who can find great stories, demonstrate plenty of intelligence, has compassion for the great challenges society faces, is organized and dedicated, is able to connect well with people. Producer who has the same abilities; anchor role is also possible for the right person to handle a sports segment on the KXLT-TV 9 p.m. newscast. Tape/DVD and resume to Noel Sederstrom, ND, KTTC/KXLT-TV, 6301 Bandel Rd. NW, Rochester, MN 55901. No calls. (9/17)

— Openings at WDIV-TV, Detroit, MI: Executive producer with management background who can oversee the content and on-air look of newscasts, work on implementing the strategic mission of the news department on a daily basis, supervise the production staff in all areas, demonstrate strong creative abilities, be a good storyteller and writer, take enterprising approaches to stories, motivate and manage a large newsroom well and understand demographic development, marketing and promotion.; apply to Kim Voet, ND.

Full-time and part-time assignment editors with two years experience who can take responsibility for the daily operations of the assignment desk, including the dispatching of reporters and crews; must do daily and long-term planning, set up stories, gather facts, respond quickly to breaking news, communicate needs to crews and reporters, answer phones, supervise interns, check ongoing stories, utilize the Internet as a tool in identifying and developing stories, post to the Web and other platforms and demonstrate good news judgment; resume to Kim Voet, ND.

Producer with 3-5 years experience who can showcase a highly visual and compelling newscast using a variety of production techniques, has a clear vision of what is relevant to viewers, has sound news judgment, has a thorough knowledge of current events at all levels, can write broadcast copy conversationally, can work well with others under deadline pressure, has strong control room skills during breaking news and events and can perform desktop editing; newscasts must be innovative, highly visual and late-breaking; DVD and resume to Rhonda Errer, EP.

Reporter/videographer (video journalist) who can originate, research, write, shoot, producer and edit stories and be a good storyteller; must possess strong written skills, communicate well, be able to report on a variety of stories and appear both over-the-air and online; DVD and resume to Kim Voet, ND.

Reporter trainee who has strong live skills, is a strong writer, is a creative producer of stories, can enterprise stories when appropriate and can contribute to the station Web site; must be able to meet a deadline; apply to Kim Voet, ND.

Associate producer who can work closely with producers to assist in gathering, writing and editing news material, retrieve file video, do desktop editing, order news graphics and update the Web site; experience preferred; DVD and resume to Rhonda Errer, EP, WDIV-TV, 550 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226 or e-mail rhondae@wdiv.com. (8/30)

— Openings at Fox-owned WJBK-TV, Detroit, MI: Temporary part-time fill-in writer who can write copy for anchors to read during newscasts, select video, research facts, speak with sources over the phone and can work various shifts. Tape/DVD and resume to the WJBK-TV HR Dept., Box 2000, Southfield, MI 48037-2000. (8/30)

— WMYD-TV, Detroit, MI seeks reporter/videographers (multimedia journalists) for current and future openings who are aggressive, are great storytellers, embrace state-of-the-art technology to shoot/edit/report, have mature news judgment, work independently or as part of a team and can reflect passion telling stories about the people of SE Michigan. DVD/online link and resume to the WMYD-TV HR Dept., 27777 Franklin Rd., Suite 1220, Southfield, MI 48034. (9/11)

— WXYZ-TV, Detroit, MI seeks a videographer (Job #3907) with at least five years experience who can capture and edit video content for all platforms, can work closely with newsroom personnel to create and develop content, can operate live trucks, is creativity, has good news judgment and is proficient with lighting and non-linear editing. Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html

— Openings at WBKB-TV, Alpena, MI: Entry-level anchor/reporter-videographer who can work a flexible schedule that includes nights and weekends, can enterprise stories daily, is well-organized, can perform well under pressure, can turn a live shot, can use a computer database to research statistics and facts, can make and maintain community contacts, is a strong writer, can shoot creatively and knows non-linear editing; must also produce and air a 3-4 minute weekend weather forecast (will train; no meteorology degree required); DVD/online links and resume to Cynthia Thompson, ND/station mgr., WBKB-TV, 1390 Bagley St., Alpena, MI 49707 or e-mail Cynthia@abc10up.com. (8/30)

— Openings at WWTV/WWUP-TV, Cadillac, MI: Experienced producer who is a creative thinker and a natural leader and can take newsroom personnel’s abilities to the next level. Anchor/reporter with at least three years experience who is a newsroom leader and sets an example as a conversational writer and storyteller. Reporter with the same abilities. DVD/tape and resume to Kevin Dunaway, ND, WWTV/WWUP-TV, Box 627, Cadillac, MI 49601. (8/30)

— Openings at WEYI-TV, Flint, MI: Sports reporter/producer (Job #SPT719) who is energetic, is knowledgeable, is experienced and aggressive, can be part of a competitive sports operation that covers the traditional HS and collegiate venues as well as professional sports such as baseball, football, basketball ad hockey in Detroit and at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University; must be a strong writer, have sharp news judgment, be good technically and be able to work with others; must shoot and edit video and know how to use social media to attract and keep viewers

GA reporter/producer (Job #RPP603) with at least two years experience who can write scripts, develop content, display sharp news judgment, report smoothly live and do some anchoring. DVD and resume to the WEYI-TV EEO Officer, 2225 Willard Rd., Clio, MI 484209. (9/11)

— Openings at WXMI-TV, Grand Rapids, MI: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2011-18213) with at least two years experience who likes adventure, likes being outside in all types of weather, has a visual eye, gets along with all types of people, writes well and can tell a compelling story with video, shooting and editing in HD, so non-linear expertise is a must. Tape/DVD and resume to the WXMI-TV HR Dept., 3117 Plaza Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525, fax (616) 364-8506 or e-mail jzissler@fox17online.com. (9/11)

— Openings at WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, MI: Weekend morning producer who has excellent news judgment, is creative, knows how to add depth to newscasts, can embrace the challenge of maximizing resourrces and working in a multi-platform environment, understands basic non-linear editing and write conversationally.

Anchor/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist) who can tell stories, anchor an evening newscast, break stories, use live locations to enhance stories, connect with viewers, understand multiplatform delivery of content and write/shoot/edit/provide content for all platforms. Part-time media coordinator who can edit and writer stories for use over the air and online, work closely with broadcast and Web content producers to assure material is delivered efficiently and can edit video, shoot video and work with advanced digital technology on various platforms. Tape/DVD and resume to Rebecca Sapakie, ND, WOOD-TV, 120 College Av. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. No calls. (8/30)

— WZZM-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seeks a meteorologist who can handle severe weather coverage spring and summer, blizzards and lake-effect snow during the winter, forecast accurately any day and produce stories about the weather with a beginning and end and a “what’s in it for me” payoff for the viewer; must be able to or develop ability to shoot video, edit, report and do social networking; experience with Weather Central products and an AMS/NWA seal are pluses. Tape/DVD and resume to Stanton Tang, news and information dir., WZZM-TV, 645 Three Mile Rd. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544 or e-mail newsjobs@wzzm13.com. (9/1)

— Openings at WWMT-TV, Kalamazoo, MI: Producer who is a creative leader, knows how to reach viewers, can blend the stop stories of the day to build audience through the show, likes to pounce when news breaks but believes in careful investigative journalism.

Evening assignment editor (Job #1104460004) who is highly motivated, can work the phones, can ask hard questions and can get answers, can track ongoing news stories, can dispatch crews, an assist in keeping the Web site looking fresh and has good organizational skills. Tape/DVD and resume to Steve Koles, ND, WWMT-TV, 590 W. Maple St., Kalamazoo, MI 49008. (9/1)

— WILX-TV, Lansing, MI seeks a reporter/videographer (video journalist) who is a strong writer and editor, can shoot well and knows how to find news on the street. Videographer/editor who is creative, is motivated, has strong technical abilities and will work for $10.35 an hour. Tape/DVD and resume to Kevin Ragan, ND, WILX-TV, 500 American Rd., Lansing, MI 48911. (9/7)

— Openings at WLNS-TV, Lansing, MI: Reporter/videographer who wants to find and break big stories daily, is not afraid to go toe-to-toe with important people, like to ask the tough questions and can ask questions again and again when people try to duck the answer; must be a superior writer, live for breaking news, be able to use alternative story forms and is always ready to crush the competition. Online links to your work and resume to Jam Sardar, ND, WLNS-TV, via e-mail ONLY at newsdirector@wlns.com, with the subject line “Reporter/VJH position.” (8/30)

— Openings at WNEM-TV, Saginaw, MI: Producer trainee (Job #BRDG3186) who can learn to coordinate, create, write and execute a variety of competitive newscasts, displaying creativity, aggressiveness, attention to details, resourcefulness and team spirit; will begin to produce cut-ins within a month or two.

Reporter/videographer (newsperson/multimedia journalist – Job #WNEM2737) who will research, write, report, shoot video, edit video and packages for all platforms, furnish a wide variety of news content, coordinate with the assignment desk and producers, contribute live shots, provide daily story notes outlining ideas for future stories, make and maintain contacts, provide progress reports on stories in development, share information relating to upcoming events/meetings/story developments and serve as a community ambassador for the news department. Apply online at www.meredith.apply2jobs.com/

— Openings at WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH: Weekend weather anchor who can present forecasts in studio or by live remote, can prepare content and forecasts for the Web, can produce daily weather and severe weather coverage for a partner radio station, can participate in station social media and can appear at community and station events; NWA or AMS/CBM seal preferred, along with background in leading severe weather coverage.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least three years medium-market experience who can shoot/write/edit/report for daily newscasts, enterprise stories and packages, deliver live stories from remote locations and in-studio, produce daily content for the Web site and social media, work on follow-up stories, has strong live/breaking news skills and likes to enterprise; must work quickly and efficiently in a rapidly changing environment under tight deadlines. Tape/DVD and resume to Rita Andolsen, ND, or Howard Fencl, AND, WKYC-TV, 1333 Lakeside Av., Cleveland, OH 44114. No calls. (9/11)

— WOIO/WUAB-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks an assignment editor/associate producer who will gather story ideas, monitor writes and radios, will establish and maintain sources, will conduct story research, will keep files and records of upcoming event, will use personal discretion and initiative. Apply online at www.sbgi.net

— Openings at WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH: Anchor/reporter (Job #2935) with five or more years of experience who can clearly and concisely report information, can ad-lib well, can gather and write news for multiple platforms, can report live as needed, can connect on-air with a sense of urgency, has strong news judgment and can perform community service activities

Managing editor (Job #3578) with at least five years newsroom management experience who has proven ability in a medium or large market, has had a positive impact on ratings and content quality, can coordinate the assignment desk staff and reporter/videographers to facilitate daily news coverage on multiple platforms, will review content, will assure journalistic balance, will implement and have working knowledge of libel laws, will supervise and schedule staff, will manage overtime and can be proficient in posting content to the station Web site and mobile platforms.

Meteorologist/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #3436) with 3-5 years on-air forecasting experience who can prepare and deliver accurate forecasts utilizing all available weather data and graphics computers, prepare and deliver urgent weather updates that interrupt regular programming as needed, deliver weather content over multiple platforms, assist management in evaluating new weather data-gathering and presentation computers, report live from events, capture video, edit/produce/post stories for multiple platforms, gather and verify information, have strong news judgment and know libel laws; AMS or NWS certification a must.

Morning anchor (Job #3832) with at least five years experience who can clearly and concisely report information from the anchor desk or the street, can shoot video, can write and edit, can gather content for multiple platform use, can post to the Web, can connect with viewers on-air, can conduct research, can perform community service activities for the station, can demonstrate strong news judgment and knowledge of ethics, and performs well under pressure.

Experienced morning reporter (Job #3830) who can take assignments or develop enterprise stories, check tips, gather information, organize material, shoots video, edits video, gives smooth live shots, works cooperatively with videographers if one is assigned, assist producers and online staff and meet deadlines.

Producer (Job #3639) with 2-5 years experience who will create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms, use strong editorial/journalistic/organizational/communication skills, write for multiple platforms with creativity/editorial judgment/journalistic ethics/knowledge of the law, take responsibility for writing and story development, showcase and enhance content of the rundown with graphics/video/research/station branding and be able to edit video for multiple platforms.

Traffic/transportation reporter (Job #3831) who is innovative, is dynamic, can research and write, can capture video content, can edit traffic and transportation stories for multiple platforms, can report during morning newscasts using a green screen, can develop unique story ideas abut commuting, can create a dynamic rush-hour traffic franchise, can advocate for commuters, can verify tips and can conduct interviews. Apply online at www.scripps.apply2jobs.com

— Openings at WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Assignment editor (Job #3866) with 2-5 years experience who can manage assignments, coordinate logistics, monitor wires and scanners, plan coverage, assign crews, call to sources and gain information, assist in finding stories, conduct research, track story ideas in the assignment desk computer, write and post content to the Web, display good news judgment and work either independently or as part of a team.

Associate producer (Job #3895) who can assist in gathering/writing/editing content for multiple platforms, execute time-sensitive decisions, edit video for multiple platforms, has creativity and good news judgment and can post content to the station Web sites; newsroom experience preferred.

Special projects producer (Job #3873) who will develop and research news leads and tips to develop stories, uncover stories through investigation and research, use computer databases to research statistics and facts, verify factual information through interviews/organization/observation/research, can go live smoothly, can write and produce quality content for all platforms, can work with or without a videographer and has good editorial judgment and ethics; must know FinalCut Pro. Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html

— Openings at WXIX-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Morning producer who is highly creative, well-motivated, can work with anchors/directors/live reporters, is a great writer, is a natural leader, can sift through complicated issues and make them compelling to viewers, can post stories to the station Web site and can work odd hours; experience with ENPS and producing special reports and breaking news is helpful.

Experienced reporter/anchor who can serve as fill-in anchor for evening and 10 p.m. newscasts, can turn lad packages, is a superior writer and storyteller who can find stories others don’t have, can deliver newscasts that are clear and compelling and can provide content across all platforms.

Reporter/videographer who has the same abilities. Meteorologist with at least two years on-air forecasting experience who can producer weathercasts, do Web support, anchor weathercasts on weekends, do environmental reporting during the week, display savvy with social media, can handle severe weather and winter storm coverage, can present complicated forecasts in a compelling and relevant fashion and has experience with WSI graphics. Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Matt Miller, ND, WXIX-TV, 635 W. 7th St., Cincinnati, OH 45203. No calls. (9/1)

— Openings at WKRC-TV Cincinnati, OH: Experienced producer who has a commitment to breaking news and severe weather coverage, is a strong writer, has good news judgment and produces a contemporary newscast; working knowledge of ENPS, Edius and other newsroom technologies is a definite plus.

Videographer/editor with two years experience working in a breaking news environment who knows HD video cameras and editing systems, and can perform well under deadline pressure; experience with JVC Pro HD cameras and editing software a plus.

Newscast director with at least two years experience who has strong leadership skills, understands non-linear editing and can work well under high stress deadline conditions; must be able to work weekends. Tape/DVD and resume to the WKRC-TV HR Dept., 1906 Highland Av., Cincinnati, OH 45219 or e-mail newsjobs@local12.com. (8/30)

— Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH: Videographer (Job #200SH) with at least three years experience who is a creative and passionate storyteller, is committed to enterprise and hard news coverage, is a collaborator and journalist and is willing to operate a FLIR stabilized helicopter-mounted camera; Edius non-linear editing and P2 background a plus.

GA reporter (Job #200JF) with at least here years experience who is aggressive, is enterprising, can present ideas for several topical and relevant enterprise stories each day that deliver viewer benefit, is a superior writer and storyteller, can dig deep, can uncover the big stories and can cover and deliver breaking news with accuracy and urgency. Tape/DVD and resume to Margaret Thomas, HR Dept., WBNS-TV/Dispatch Broadcast Group, 770 Twin Rivers Dr., Columbus, OH 43215 or e-mail margaret.thomas@10tv.com. (9/2)

— Openings at WSYX/WTTE-TV, Columbus, OH: Morning anchor/reporter (Job #COL01286 and COL01291) with at least four years experience who is a solid journalist, has good storytelling skills, is comfortable in front of a live camera, knows when to be serious and when it’s time to have a bit of fun, is s strong writer and copy editor and a proven enterprise reporter.

Reporter (multimedia journalist – Job #COL01277 and COL01287) with 2-4 years experience who is good at gathering facts and reporting them, has experience developing story ideas, can gather information in a variety of ways, is a good writer, works hard to get stories and loves telling them in creative ways.

Part-time writer (Job #COL01283) who is a good storyteller, has experience developing story ideas, can gather information from original sources and knows grammar, sentence structure and story construction; experience writing in broadcast style is preferred; general hours are 4:30-10:30 p.m. weekdays. Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send DVD/tape and resume to Mitch Jacob, ND, WSYX/WTTE-TV, 1261 Dublin Rd., Columbus, OH 43215. (9/10)

— Openings at WHIO-TV/AM, Dayton, OH: Assistant news director who has experience in multiple newsroom disciplines and familiarity in working with print and radio partners, who can run the hour-by-hour operations of the news department, can coach an experienced and successful staff to even greater success, can identify opportunities to enhance gathering and presentation among platforms, can help to create a blueprint for the future of news gathering that grows the overall audience, has a track record of enhancing new technologies for collection and distribution of content and has experience as a manager or supervisor in a larger television news operation and/or experience as a ND or AND; apply to Dave Bennallack, ND, or e-mail dave.bennalack@cmgohio.com.

Producer with at least one year experience who has energy, is a good writer, has good news judgment, is creative, can get more local stories into newscasts and collaborates well; submit work samples and resume to Patrick Enright at pat.enright@cmgohio.com.

GA reporter (Jobs #019-11 and 017-11) who can craft news, sports and weather stories or report on traffic conditions for both television and radio; must craft creative stories while asking tough questions in a fair and professional manner, enterprise stories and demonstrate good writing skills; experience as a radio or television news reporter is a must, while background with digital editing and photography is a plus; apply online at coxrecruiting@coxohio.com. No calls. (8/30)

— Openings at WKEF/WRGT-TV, Dayton, OH: Primary evening co-anchor (Job #DAY01171) with at least seven years experience, including at least three years as an anchor, who is a proven performer on fast-paced newscasts, is a storyteller and is an editorial leader; will co-anchor newscasts at 6, 6:30, 10 and 11 p.m.

Producer (Job #DAY01169) with at least one year experience who has solid news judgment, is a good writer, is well organized, has a track record of handling breaking news well, produces newscasts that have high production values and can work nights, weekends and holidays; Web skills a plus.

Anchor/reporter (Job #DAY01157) who is a proven performer in fast-paced newscasts, is a strong storyteller, is an outstanding reporter and has editorial leadership skills. Part-time associate producer (Job #DAY01167) who has solid news judgment, is a good broadcast news writer, can edit video and can work evening and weekend shifts. Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send DVD/tape and resume to the WKEF/WRGT-TV HR Dept., 45 Broadcast Plaza, Dayton, OH 45418. (9/10)

— Openings at WTOV-TV, Steubenville, OH/Wheeling, WV:

GA reporter (Job #0610) who can hit the ground running, is aggressive, uncovers stories daily, can shoot and edit and can update the station Web site’; experience and familiarity with the Ohio Valley help.

Part-time videographer (Job #VID-0710) who has a creative eye, has a passion for news, can work weekends and holidays and can operate a live truck; background with Avid editing and P2 equipment a plus. DVD and resume to Brandon Gobel, ND, WTOV-TV, Box 9999, 9 Red Donley Plaza, Steubenville, OH 43952 or e-mail newsemployment@wtov.com. (8/30)

— Openings at WTOL-TV, Toledo, OH: Producer who is high-energy, is creative, has incredible news judgment, can book guest segments, is not adverse to taking risks and breaking formats, wants to challenge the “old” way to doing things, can multi-task, knows how to use the Web and social media effectively and can bring more eyes to a newscast and vice versa.

Assignment editor who can support daily newsgathering efforts on multiple platforms, can monitor scanners and the competition, can direct crews and has experience writing for broadcast and for the Web. Part-time news content specialist who will edit video, work on remote broadcasts, operate studio cameras and audio consoles, can work in master control, can set up and take in satellite and microwave feeds and work well in a dynamic live news environment. Apply to Steven Ackerman, regional ND, WTOL-TV, 730 N. Summit St., Toledo, OH 43604 or e-mail sackermann@raycommedia.com. No calls. (9/11)

— Openings at WNWO-TV, Toledo, OH: Meteorologist/reporter-videographer with at least one year experience who can produce using ENPS, edits video well and can function as a one-man band; meteorology degree preferred; ENPS background a must. DVD and resume to the WNWO-TV ND, 300 S. Byrne Rd., Toledo, OH 43615. (9/11)

— Openings at WKBN-TV, Youngstown, OH: Executive producer with extensive experience who can produce a newscast and provide management oversight over other newscasts. Experienced morning producer who can work the overnight shift weekdays. Tape/DVD and resume to Gary Coursen, ND, WKBN-TV, 3930 Sunset Blvd., Youngstown, OH 44512 or e-mail gcoursen@wkbn.com. (9/7)

— Openings at WHIZ-TV, Zanesville, OH: Entry-level morning show meteorologist who has a friendly personality and can deliver the weather in an informative way; ability to co-anchor and report is a major plus. Entry-level GA reporter/anchor who is self-starting, wants to work hard while having fun, is smart and on-time, is ready to work day one and can help provide content to two stations and a Web site; fill-in anchoring a possibility. Tape/DVD and resume to George Hiotis, ND, WHIZ-TV, 629 Downard Rd., Zanesville, OH 43701, call (740) 452-5431 or e-mail ghiiotis@whiznews.com. (9/8)

— Openings at WZTV, Nashville, TN: Morning executive producer (Job #NAS01232) who has extensive EP experience, is a team player sand a problem solver, has a passion for TV news, can supervise newscasts, can proof scripts, can write copy, can manage staff, can work with producers and the desk, is a good writer, is a newsroom leader and motivator, is creative, can multi-task, can meet deadlines and can edit video; application should include a letter outlining your news philosophy and why you’re the best candidate for the job.

Nightside executive producer (Job #NAS01245) with the same abilities.

Weekend meteorologist/reporter (Job #NAS01243) who can anchor weather on the station’s hour-long, prime-time weekend newscast, be part of studio coverage during severe weather and winter storms and operate as a reporter/videographer the rest of the week; must be passionate about storytelling and ready to become part of an aggressive team, develop contacts, generate story ideas, have solid scientific knowledge of weather forecasting, have a reassuring presentation and build weather graphics and prepare graphics for other weathercasts; experience with Weather Central a plus, while an AMS seal is preferred.

Videographer (Job #NAS01242) with 3-5 years experience who has a great eye, works hard, has a passion for news, is a good shooter and editor, can work under pressure, can work alone or with a reporter, can create compelling and visually interesting stories, can do excellent series work, is a team player and can maintain equipment and vehicles; must be able to run a live truck. Apply online at http://www.sbgi.com, then send DVD, resume, references and a letter explaining why you’re the best candidate for the job to Roberta Petterson, ND, WZTV, 631 Mainstream Dr., Nashville, TN 37228. (8/30)

— Openings at WSMV-TV, Nashville, TN: Morning anchor/reporter (Job #WSMV3041) with at least six years experience who has a strong ratings record, has a history of positive and engaged newsroom leadership, can report daily, has the chops to be able to handle a large amount of unusual news during a three-hour newscast and knows what it takes to recruit viewers through social media and in the community as well as on the air; must assimilate information quickly and compile and summarize it smoothly into a clear, concise and understandable presentation.

Part-time on-call (Job #WSMV2831) videographers with 2-3 years experience who are creative under extreme pressure, are well-versed in newsgathering technology can put team success above all else, are accomplished visual storyteller, know all aspects of lighting or video and can work with DVCPro and P2 equipment; background with Newscutter, ENG trucks and satellite trucks a plus.

Part-time (Job #WSMV3470) and on-call (Job #WSMV2886) associate producers (Job #WSMV2886) with one year of line producing experience who are strong writers, have good production skills, can work varied hours and shifts, can research archives, can prepare graphics, can fill-in producer as needed, are proactive and motivated and are willing to help in any way necessary.

Sports anchor/reporter (Job #WSMV3134) who can do it all and loves to do it all; must be a total team player, an enthusiastic supporter of multi-platform delivery, can shoot and edit video, can write Web content, has a basic knowledge of professional and college sports, is flexible and understands that the nature of sports journalism requires odd hours. Apply online at www.meredith.apply2jobs.com. (9/11)

— Openings at WKRN-TV, Nashville, TN: Weekend co-anchor/reporters with at least three years experience who have a strong delivery, are good writers, can bring story ideas to the table daily and can execute them. Producer with at least two years experience who is a non-traditional thinker who can handle breaking news situations, are good writers, have impeccable news judgment and can work well under a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment.

GA reporter/videographer (video journalist) with at least two years experience who writes well, works independently, generates story ideas and produces innovative content for use over-the-air and on other platforms.

Videographer with at least two years experience who can shoot and edit non-linear news stories for broadcast, the Web and other digital media; must know live truck operation. Producer with at least two years experience who works well under pressure in a fast-paced environment, can handle breaking news situations, is a good writer and has good news judgment.

Associate producer who is a good writer, has sharp news judgment, is a non-traditional thinker and can take direction and work well in a high-pressure environment; TV newsroom experience preferred. DVD and resume to Matthew Zelkind, ND, WKRN-TV, 441 Murfreesboro Rd., Nashville, TN 37210. No calls. (9/11)

— Openings at WTVF, Nashville, TN: GA reporter/videographer who can research stories, develop sources, attend news events, monitor sources, set up interviews and shoots, field produce stories, report live from the field, review tape and write stories, create accurate content utilizing research and interviews, create news content for use online, engage viewers by using social media tools effectively, show strong writing skills and have a history of successful team play; must be on call 24/7; tape and resume to Sandy Boonstra, ND.

Videographer with at least three years experience who can gather facts and images, has good news judgment, know how to make stories effective through use of good editing, sound and other techniques and can collaborate with reporters to create strong and visually-compelling stories; must know non-linear editing.; tape/DVD and resume to Mike Rose, chief photographer.

Part-time video editor who knows non-linear editing techniques and associated equipment, can work well under newsroom deadline pressure and is a team player; experience preferred; tape/DVD and resume to Sandy Boonstra, ND, WTVF, 474 James Robertson Pkwy., Nashville, TN 37219. No calls or e-mail. (9/1)

— Openings at Fox-owned WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN: Executive producer with at least three years producing background who can manage producers and associate producers, oversee and enterprise team coverage and special events, work to avoid mistakes, enhance newscasts through creative use of graphics, work with reporters and the desk to improve coverage, take a role in breaking news and have a love for local news coverage.

Producer with at least two years experience as a line producer or associate producer who can write/arrange/coordinate live and taped elements into a compelling and fast-paced newscasts, communicates well with field crews and the assignment desk, can work well with directors and newsroom management, exercises good news judgment, is computer literate and has good interpersonal and communication skills.

Reporter/videographer (backpack reporter) with at least two years experience who can make and maintain contacts, identify stories of relevance to the community, report live or taped as assigned, participate on the investigative team, work various shifts with little notice and adhere to newsroom newsgathering policies.

Videographer with at least two years experience who has a good eye, can tella compelling story with the camera, works well with the assignment desk and can shoot and edit on P2. Tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the WHBQ-TV HR Dept., 485 S. Highland Av., Memphis, TN 38111 or e-mail Roberta.hudson@foxtv.com. No calls. (9/11)

** Openings at WPTY/WLMT-TV, Memphis, TN: Anchor with at least seven years full-time anchoring experience who is energetic, is experienced, has strong on-camera delivery, ad-libs well with co-anchors, has superior news judgment, has extensive knowledge of issues at all levels, is a strong writer and can participate in special projects, breaking news and other urgent newsroom situations; tape/DVD and resume to Peter Jacobus, ND.

Reporter with at least five years experience who can generate story ideas, can gather information, can produce and present content for all platforms in a manner that is clear and relevant, meets station standards for journalistic and production quality, can analyze news situations, is a good writer for all platforms and has lots of insight and perspective; tape/DVD and resume to Peter Jacobus, ND.

Producer with at least two years experience who is a strong writer, editor and leader, can work with the team and can concentrate on local news in a shop in which critique and staff improvement are important parts of the every day culture.

Entry-level part-time associate producer who can edit video and scripts with accuracy and consistency, can meet deadlines, has a solid grasp of the technology involved, can use images to tell a compelling stories and can assist with other newsroom duties as needed; background with Edius and Bit Central a plus; tape/DVD and resume to Peter Jacobus, ND, WPTY/WLMT-TV, 2701 Union Av. Extended, Memphis, TN 38112 or e-mail hr-News@abc24.com. No calls. (9/18)

— Openings at WMC-TV, Memphis, TN: Producer who can craft a compelling newscast, can guide and advise staff, can produce breaking news, has a good sense of the community and what will interest viewers and can work under strict deadlines in a high-stress environment. News content specialist who can run a live truck ca fill in on the assignment desk, can operate a TelePrompTer and can run a studio camera, as well as assist in coverage of breaking news.

Assignment manager who has strong news judgment, can multi-task, can develop contacts, can generate story ideas, works well with producers, meets deadlines,, can post to the Web, can sue social media effectively and can handle logistics with live crews and a helicopter. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with 2-3 years experience who can execute smooth live shots, works well under strict deadlines and pressure and can generate story ideas and contacts. Tape/DVD and resume to Mike Hamlet, WMC-TV, 1960 Union Av., Memphis, TN 38104 or e-mail mhamlet@wmctv.com. No calls. (9/11)

— Openings at WREG-TV, Memphis, TN: Assistant news director with at least five years experience, including some time as a manager, who will manage the day-to-day operations in an aggressive newsroom, supervise producers/reporters/photographers/field producers/other personnel, leads by example, is not afraid to show what it takes to succeed, is part coach/counselor/ramrod, can set the tone of news content, take responsibility for the visual elements and accuracy of al products on all platforms, coach reporters in effective and imaginative storytelling and work closely with the chief photographer and assignment editor in determining manpower needs; apply to Bruce Moore, ND.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience who is talented, is creative, has an engaging personality, can write stories for both broadcast and the Web, can enterprise stories, can write and interpret news copy, can report live-breaking news, can operate a live truck, can post to the Web and social media platforms and knows AP style; apply to Bruce Moore, ND, or e-mail bruce.moore@wreg.com.

Investigative producer/videographer who can gather and edit content in conjunction with investigative reporters, will be instrumental in stories start to finish, can dig for information using human sources, paper sources and contemporary newsgathering techniques, can bring story ideas to the table and can bring them alive on TV, is committed to the concept of investigative reporting, will be open to rigorous review of content based on legal and ethical standards and can translate stories into content on the Internet; must shoot, edit, operate live trucks and participate in spot coverage of special events, severe weather and breaking news.

Investigative reporter with at least three years experience who will organize, research, write and produce original investigative news stories for use on all platforms, using sources to generate story ideas and respond to viewer-submitted tips; must dig for information, use both human sources and computer databases to obtain/research/analyze information, have strong writing skills, has strong ethical judgment, is well-organized and can work well with others in a high-pressure and team-based environment; apply to Bruce Moore, ND, WREG-TV, 803 Channel 3 Dr., Memphis, TN 38103, fax (901) 543-2167 or e-mail bruce.moore@wreg.com. No calls. (9/14)

— Openings at WVLT-TV, Knoxville, TN: Morning executive producer with at least two years experience ho will manage the development and broadcast of daily early-morning newscasts; must create a culture of teamwork and display good judgment, critical thinking and ethical decisions. Producer with at least one year experience who has good writing skills on all platforms, is creative with the use of graphics and video, has solid and ethical news judgment, understands libel laws, can execute time-sensitive decisions in a calm and rational manner, has clear communications skills in the newsroom and in the booth, understands reporting and producing, has background in microwave and satellite live technology and makes optimum use of social media.

Sports reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience who is creative/passionate/competitive and can shoot/edit/report/producer/anchor and can provide solid content on the station’s Web channel; must write and deliver compelling, accurate stories and have a professional look; must be willing to travel.

Videographer with at least two years experience who has a good eye, has good work ethic, has a good attitude, can gather information, can operate live trucks, can edit on laptop, can utilize new live technology, can work under deadline pressure and can maintain equipment and vehicles. Tape/DVD and resume to Steve Crabtree, VP/News, WVLT-TV, 6450 Papermill Dr., Knoxville, TN 37919. (9/11)

— Openings at WBIR-TV, Knoxville, TN: Degreed meteorologist with at least two years of on-air experience who can work in a fast-paced team atmosphere, has experience studying severe weather in the field, can use a broad range of technology and can embrace online and social media tools for expanding weather coverage. Apply to Bill Shory, ND, WBIR-TV, 1513 Hutchinson Av., Knoxville, TN 37917 or e-mail tpainter@wbir.com. (9/11)

— Openings at WATE-TV, Knoxville, TN: Weekend morning anchor/reporter with 4-5 years experience who is an aggressive journalist, knows how to dig to tell a compelling story and thrives on breaking news and exclusives.

Experienced weekend meteorologist (Job #11-10) who has a dynamic personality, can deliver a clear and concise forecast, can handle continuous severe weather coverage and has a working knowledge of Weather Central or similar systems and production of digital content.

Video editor (Job #11-09) who can edit and can roll tapes for a fast-paced newscast; organization and attention to details are musts, along with the ability to work nights, weekends and holidays needed; experience as a videographer is a big plus.

Videographer (Job #11-13) who will cover the overnight shift and contribute to the morning newscast; must be passionate about covering breaking news with or without a reporter in a deadline-oriented environment; live truck background is a big plus, and you will be expected to work holidays and weekends.

Reporter/videographer (video journalist – Job #11-11) who can do it all, can generate story ideas, can work a beat, can produce innovative content for newscasts and likes to enterprise exclusive stories.

Sports reporter/videographer (Job #11-06) who is aggressive, is team-oriented, is multi-talented, has sports anchor background, can edit packages on a deadline, can produce updates for the Web and can use social media effectively, working in a competitive college sports market. Tape/DVD and resume to the WATE-TV personnel dept., Box 2349, Knoxville, TN 37901. No calls. (9/7)

— Openings at WDEF-TV, Chattanooga, TN: Producer with 1-3 year experience who can write well, can edit video, can work the assignment desk and has basic computer skills. Newscast director with two years experience who can work evenings and weekends. Tape/DVD, resume and letter stating salary history to the WDEF-TV HR Dept., 3300 Broad St., Chattanooga, TN 37408. No calls. (8/30)

— Openings at WRCB-TV, Chattanooga, TN: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience who is plugged in enough to pitch real lead stories each day, can report the news online and then

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