Broadcast Jobs 9.22.11

Right This Minute,Phoenix
RightThisMinute, a daily syndicated news show produced at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University, has the following openings:

Production Assistant: Full or part-time. Work with producers on nationally-syndicated show to handle various newsroom duties including: logging videos, researching stories, pulling graphics and assisting with studio production. Prior internship or news experience is a plus, as is studio production experience. Should have knowledge of FinalCutPro and associated computer skills. Must be web savvy. E-mail resume to: Phil Alvidrez at phil@magicdust.com.

Photographer: Full time opening for photographer. Prior experience preferred. Must be capable of lighting and shooting in a newsroom setting. Need to be able to work under pressure in a fast-paced setting. Job is newsroom and studio-based in the Walter Cronkite School. Should have editing experience as well on FinalCutPro. Medical/dental benefits. Paid vacation. E-mail resume to: Phil@magicdust.com.

Web Content Producer: Full time opening for web content producer for RightThisMinute.com. Locate and post news videos. Write video descriptions. Manage rights for internet videos. Some FinalCutPro editing. Must be proficient in social media: Facebook, Twitter, etc. Willing to work evening and overnight shifts. Medical/dental benefits. Paid vacation. E-mail resume to: Phil@magicdust.com.

KLAS-TV (CBS) in Las Vegas
Assignment Editor: 8 News NOW has an immediate opening for an Assignment Editor. We are looking for a successful and skillful Assignment Editor to join our team on a very aggressive assignment desk. Responsible for continuously monitoring breaking news, planning news coverage, directing field crews, and writing and posting content to our web site. The successful candidate must have a minimum of two years experience on an assignment desk, solid news judgment, strong writing skills and a working knowledge of content management systems on line.

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 writing sample 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.

Part-time Graphic Artist TV: 8 News NOW has an immediate opening for a Part-time Television Graphic Designer in the Creative Services Department. The successful candidate will work in the exciting world of television designing news graphics. We’re looking for a strong designer who has a desire to work in our brand new, state-of-the-art facility. Experience on Macintosh and Photoshop is a must. Organization and communication skills are extremely important. Must be able to work under tight deadlines and in a diverse, fast-paced, high volume environment, and work as a team player. Candidate must be able to demonstrate professional level skills through a portfolio.

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.

Reporter: 8 News NOW has an immediate opening for a Reporter. We’re looking for an aggressive hard news reporter who knows how to find lead stories everyday. Successful candidate will know how to develop sources and dig for stories. Must have solid live reporting skills and the ability to tell a compelling story. Must be willing to work any shift and be dedicated to the work and sacrifices of a journalist. A minimum of 2 years experience required.

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.

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.

Position: Anchor/Producer/Reporter
Company: Intermountain West Communications
Station(s): KPVI-TV, Pocatello, ID

Hours: M-F 4:00AM to 1:00PM
Compensation: $24,000 to $30,000 / year

Job Description:
Understand and implement the news philosophy of the news director
Produce daily morning newscast.
Anchor daily morning newscast.
Fill-in for weather
Shoot video, write news copy, edit video for news
Make public appearances as may be required for community and station events;
Make contacts and gather information about news issues and events in South Eastern Idaho
Review and edit scripts written by other staff members
Establish a good working relationship with the newscast director and the production crew to ensure a well-paced, clean newscast
Produce daily news content for evening newscasts
Write interesting news stories from wire copy, field reports, and telephone interviews
Work with reporters, assignment editors, and photographers to make sure KPVI completely, accurately, and fairly covers news events
Perform other tasks related to the position as assigned

Benefits:
401k,Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance

Experience Required:
Experience as a television news producer, associate producer, or writer preferred
Familiarity with ENG and SNG

Other Requirements:
Creative thinker with great writing skills
Experience as a television news producer, associate producer, or writer preferred
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 and expert typing skills
Clean driving record and able to pass drug test
Newsroom computer experience preferred (iNews)

Contact Info:
Human Resources
jobs@kpvi.com
Fax: 702-657-3125

Instructions: News Anchor/Producer/Reporter
ATT HR
1500 Foremaster Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89101
PHONE CALLS DISQUALIFY
jobs@kvpi.com
702-657-3125(fax)

KIFI-TV in Idaho Falls, ID
Openings for executive producer and morning/noon anchor/producer
http://www.localnews8.com/jobs/index.html

Raycom has the following openings in the following towns/cities:
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Promotions Writer/Producer, WMBF-TV in Myrtle Beach, SC
Newscast Producer, WMBF-TV in Myrtle Beach, SC
Weekend Anchor,WMBF-TV in Myrtle Beach, SC
Newscast Producer, WTOC-TV in Savannah, GA
Newscast Producer, WSFA-TV in Montgomery, AL
Newscast Producer, WAAF-TV in Huntsville, AL
News Content Producer, WAAF-TV in Huntsville, AL
Reporter, WMC-TV in Memphis, TN
Promotions Writer/Producer, KHLN-TV in Honolulu, HI
Newscast Producer, KHLN-TV in Honolulu, HI
Web Producer, WTOL-TV in Toledo, OH
Anchor/Reporter, KAIT-TV in Jonesboro, AR
Reporter/Video Journalist, WALB-TV, Albany, GA
Anchor/Producer, KLTV-TV in Tyler, TX
Meteorologist, WBTV-TV in Charlotte, NC
Promotions Producer, KOLD-TV, Tucson
Reporter/MMJ, WXIX-TV in Cincinnati, OH
Anchor/Reporter, WLBT-TV in Jackson, Mississippi
Reporter/Video Journalist, WIS-TV in Columbia, SC
Reporter/Anchor, WAVE-TV in Louisville, KY
Sports Reporter/Anchor, WTOC-TV in Savannah, GA
Reporter/Anchor, WTOC-TV in Savannah, GA

Journal Broadcast Group has the following openings in following cities/towns.
Click here to see details: http://tiny.cc/lnwqu
Associate Producer, KIVI-TV in Boise, ID
Anchor/Video Journalist, WGBA-TV in Green Bay, WI
Reporter, KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, NV
Editor, KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, NV
Newscast Producer, KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, NV
Morning Newscast Producer, KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, NV
Writer/Web Producer, KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, NV
Executive Producer, KMTV in Omaha, NB
Anchor, KGUN-TV in Tucson
Weekend Weathercaster/Reporter, KGUN-TV in Tucson
News Director, KMIR-TV in Palm Springs, CA
Video Journalist, KMIR-TV in Palm Springs, CA
Newscast Producer, WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee, WI

REPORTER (WCIA-TV)
WCIA-TV, Champaign, IL seeks a general assignment Reporter. Must have strong writing and storytelling skills, the initiative to enterprise news stories, a track record of developing sources, and a positive, professional attitude. College degree in broadcast journalism and two (2) years reporting experience preferred. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Human Resources, WCIA-TV, 509 S. Neil St., Champaign, IL 61820. No calls.

MORNING/NOON METEOROLOGIST (WREX-TV)
WREX-TV, Rockford, IL seeks a Morning/Noon Meteorologist. Should be passionate about weather and understand its daily impact on people. Will work with 3D Live Fusion high definition graphics. Responsible for on-air weather coverage during a two-hour long morning show and a Noon show Monday through Friday. Prior on-air experience and a degree in meteorology, journalism, or related field preferred. Experienced and polished weathercasters who are not meteorologists also considered. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Dani Maxwell, News Department, WREX-TV, P.O. Box 530, Rockford, IL 61105; E-mail: dmaxwell@wrex.com

TWO JOBS (WISC-TV)
WISC-TV, Madison, WI has two openings in its news department.
SPORTS REPORTER/ANCHOR: Must be a dynamic, high energy, engaging reporter and anchor who can tell the stories behind the scores. Responsibilities include anchoring 9:00 p.m. sportscasts, shooting, editing, writing, and reporting to produce credible, informative, professional, and entertaining sports stories to attract both the sports addict and the non-sports enthusiast. Will cover local sports and the Packers, Brewers, Bucks, and UW sports. Requirements include on-air anchoring and reporting; knowledge of journalistic standards as they relate to on-air presentation of sports stories; broad knowledge of sporting events with enthusiasm to share this with viewers; eagerness to get involved in the community; accurate and comprehensive writing skills; and ability to bring about non-traditional approaches to telling sports stories. Bachelor’s degree in Journalism or related field and three (3) years experience in television sports required.

PRODUCER: Will produce a 9:00 p.m. newscast. Must be a newsroom leader with a proven ability to deliver a high-quality newscast that appeals to a local audience. Specific duties include selecting stories and placing them in the newscast, writing stories, setting up live shots, editing and posting content to Web site and leading the production staff with technical presentation of the newscast. Should be a creative thinker who can deliver compelling stories every day. One year experience and college degree preferred.
Tape/DVD/online link, resume, salary requirements, and cover letter to: Human Resources, WISC-TV, 7025 Raymond Road, Madison, WI 53719

MORNING PRODUCER (WSJV-TV)
WSJV-TV, Elkhart, IN seeks a Morning Producer. Will co-produce a three hour long (6-9a) morning newscast, working with an experienced and capable morning team – including another producer, involved anchors, a meteorologist and a live reporter/photographer crew. Must be able to bring creative energy to the table; juggle a live interview during breaking news; take charge of all aspects of a newscast; bring all the elements together; make “fresh“ part of every morning show; give viewers all the information they need for their day; and have some fun along the way.
One year experience preferred. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Ed Kral, Station Manager, WSJV-TV, 58096 County Rd. #7, South Elkhart, IN 46517

TWO JOBS (WLUC-TV)
WLUC-TV, Negaunee, MI has two openings in its news department.

REPORTER/PHOTOGRAPHER: Must be able to shoot, write, report, edit, find the “story of the day” and post stories on the internet/social media. Strong conversational writing skills necessary. Minimum two (2) year commitment.

BUREAU REPORTER: Must be able to shoot, write, report, edit, dig for stories and post stories on the Internet and social media. Technical skills an absolute must to work as a one-person band. Strong conversational writing skills necessary.
Tape/DVD/online link, resume and cover letter for either job to: Regena Robinson rrobinson@wluctv6.com, News Director, WLUC-TV6, 177 US 41 East, Negaunee, MI 49866; E-mail: rrobinson@wluctv6.com (8/11)

MORNING PHOTOGRAPHER (WDRB-TV)
WDRB-TV, Louisville, KY seeks a Morning Photographer. Must be able to demonstrate creative shooting, editing, and storytelling skills that serve both on-air and the Web. Must understand P2 HD gear and Avid editing. Experience is a must to work with reporters, producers, and anchors in a fast paced morning news environment. DVD, resume and cover letter to: Ken Bradley, Chief Photographer, WDRB-TV, 624 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville KY 40203

TWO JOBS (WDEF-TV)
WDEF-TV, Chattanooga, TN has two openings in its news department.

REPORTER: Must be able to investigate, log and write news stories for newscasts, and be a self starter who understands story development and reporting in a clear, concise and accurate manner. Live reporting and anchoring experience, shooting and editing experience and one-three years broadcast experience required.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Must have experience with news photography, be proficient with editing and be able to operate an ENG vehicle. Will train to operate station’s satellite truck. One-three years broadcast experience required.
Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter for either job to: Human Resources Manager, WDEF-TV, 3300 Broad Street, Chattanooga, TN 37408; Fax: 42-785-1271; E-mail: hr@wdef.com

THREE JOBS (KLKN-TV)
KLKN-TV, Lincoln, NE has three openings in its news department.

MORNING/MIDDAY ANCHOR/REPORTER: Must have strong live, writing, and producing skills, be able to interact with weather and news talent, be able to identify and adjust to breaking news, have strong news judgment, and be able to work within a team environment. At least two (2) years anchoring/on-air experience preferred.

MORNING/NOON PRODUCER: Responsible for creating newscasts with fresh content, strong story flow and supporting graphics. Must have excellent writing and editorial judgment skills. College degree and/or prior experience preferred but will train the right person.

REPORTER/PHOTOJOURNALIST: Must have strong writing and interviewing skills and be a team player able to generate strong live shots and compelling story ideas. Must be able to write, shoot, and edit creative stories on tight deadlines. Prior experience preferred.
Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter for all jobs to: Human Resources, KLKN-TV, 3240 So. 10th St., Lincoln, NE 68502; E-mail: sanderson@klkntv.com

INVESTIGATIVE CONTENT PRODUCER (WMAQ-TV)
WMAQ-TV, Chicago, seeks an Investigative Content Producer. Must be able to cultivate new information from sources to generate creative story ideas and gather reliable information for on-going investigative stories; have exceptional writing, producing, analytical and organizational skills; have exceptional ability to navigate the Internet, Nexis and other research databases; be able to make sound news decisions; excel and be productive in a fast-paced and multi-cultural news team environment; and have strong journalism skills. Will shoot stories in the field, desktop edit, write and produce Investigative stories for air, gather content for all WMAQ-TV news platforms; initialize, develop and produce investigative stories for news segments and longer investigative news pieces; participate in editorial planning sessions for the investigative unit;and provide creative story ideas. Must be able to work weekends, longer hours or varying shifts when necessary to gather essential elements of investigative stories or to meet production and broadcast deadlines. Bachelor’s degree and minimum three (3) years experience in news writing, producing and desktop editing for TV news across multiple platforms and social media required. Apply online: http://www.nbcunicareers.com/search_nbc/

REPORTER (WQAD-TV)
WQAD-TV, Moline, IL seeks a general assignment Reporter. Must have proven skills in digging for stories, writing and producing for a news operation, and a competitive spirit to support a breaking news operation. Must know what it takes to build a competitive, winning, and watchable, story, demonstrate a keen sense of news judgment, and write and produce with a positive, “can-do” approach. Will typically showcase live storytelling abilities at the top of late newscasts. Should be able to shoot and edit video and contribute material to all platforms. Experience preferred. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Alan Baker, News Director, WQAD-TV, 3003 Park 16th Street, Moline, IL 61265-6061; E-mail: alan.baker@wqad.com

ANCHOR/VIDEO JOURNALIST (WGBA-TV)
WGBA-TV, Green Bay, WI seeks an Anchor/Video Journalist. Will be the primary back up anchor position for the main anchor and the lead reporter for the “You Ask, We Investigate” franchise. Will deliver newscasts, write/report for newscasts, do live shots or field anchor, edit stories, make public appearances/community involvement, front station promos, and produce live daily television news reports for regular newscasts. Must have sound news judgment and outstanding presentation, production and delivery skills, generate story ideas, and cultivate news sources, among other related efforts. Will also produce regularly scheduled newscasts, oversee production and writing of newscasts and any news special report or live cut-ins. Minimum two (2) years on-air anchoring or reporting and producing experience preferred. Non-returnable DVD/online links, resume and cover letter to: Bob Healey, News Director, WGBA-TV, 1391 North Rd., Green Bay, WI 54313; E-mail: rhealey@journalbroadcastgroup.com

TWO JOBS (WAOW-TV)
WAOW-TV, Wausau, WI has two openings in its news department.
SPORTS DIRECTOR: Will oversee the sports staff as the chief sports journalist and content producer, including coordinating and hosting a weekly Packers show during the season. Will also lead heavy coverage of local high school sports. Must be able and willing to do it all to lead the way on all station platforms from television to social media. Will anchor, shoot, write, edit, produce, and coordinate coverage. NOT an entry level position. Should have experience as a sports anchor/reporter. DVD/online link, resume and cover letter to: John Laughrin, News Director, WAOW-TV, 1908 Grand Avenue, Wausau, WI 54403. No calls.

TWO JOBS (WJW-TV)
WJW-TV, Cleveland, OH has two openings in its news department.

ANCHOR/REPORTER: Will gather news, and anchor for newscasts and station Web site. Must generate daily original story ideas as well as special project ideas; be an enterprising and aggressive anchor and reporter with multimedia skills; know various technology and equipment; develop and maintain contacts; represent the station at community functions and events; work closely with colleagues writing scripts, editing copy and gathering visuals, etc., and be on-call for news events. Must have exceptional anchoring and reporting skills and exceptional editorial judgment. Will contribute to station Web sites and social media sites. Must be able to work on various platforms including broadcast, mobile and Web. College degree and three-five years reporting and anchoring experience required.

REPORTER: Will gather and present the news for newscasts and station Web site. Must generate daily original story ideas as well as special project ideas; be an enterprising and aggressive anchor and reporter with multimedia skills; know various technology and equipment; develop and maintain contacts; represent the station at community functions and events; work closely with the Executive Producer, Assignment Editors, Show Producers and Web site producers, writing scripts, editing copy and gathering visuals. Will be on-call to cover breaking news. Must have strong live skills and presentation skills and have exceptional editorial judgment. College degree and minimum three (3) years reporting experience required.
Online links, resume and references for either job via e-mail to: fox8.jobs@fox8.com. No calls.

PRODUCER (WSYX/WTTE-TV)
WSYX/WTTE-TV, Columbus, OH seek a newscast Producer. Will lead a team of reporters, photographers, editors and anchors to develop well-written and visually compelling newscasts that drive viewers through every minute of the newscast with content and production elements. Must be able to handle breaking news and multiple live shots. Non-returnable DVD, resume and cover letter to: Allison Grotjan, Nightside Executive Producer, WSYX/WTTE-TV, 1261 Dublin Rd. Columbus, OH 43215; Apply online: www.sbgi.net (Position #COLO1293). No calls.

REPORTER (WDAF-TV)
WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO seeks a general assignment Reporter. Duties include reporting for multiple newscasts, developing contacts, finding and enterprising stories, reporting stories in a fair and balanced fashion that avoids litigation, and reporting those stories live. Must be organized, detail oriented, deadline driven and able to complete multiple complex tasks on deadline. Two (2) years local television newsroom experience required. Four-year college degree in journalism or related field preferred. DVD, resume and cover letter to: Bryan McGruder, V.P. News, WDAF-TV, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108; E-mail: bryan.mcgruder@wdaftv4.com

METEOROLOGIST (KARK-TV)
KARK-TV, Little Rock, AR seeks a Meteorologist. Must be capable and confident during a tornado outbreak to maintain station’s brand as “Arkansas’s Weather Authority. Will work with the latest weather technology to do the job at the highest level. Two (2) years experience required. DVD, resume and cover letter to: Rob Heverling, News Director, KARK-TV, 1401 W. Capitol Ave., Suite 104, Little Rock, AR 72201

REPORTER (KTVH-TV)
KTVH-TV, Helena, MT seeks a general assignment Reporter. Will make contacts and gather information about issues and events in Montana and the West from which reports are written and edited; field produce and edit stories for newscast anchors; use good news judgment on coverage and presentation of day’s news events; work closely with other news department personnel to make sure station completely, accurately, and fairly covers news events; shoot and edit video; and appear on-air to report stories and fill-in anchor as needed. Must be familiar with ENG and SNG, be able to meet daily deadlines, work cooperatively with other staff members, and have experience editing news copy and videotape. College degree and some experience as a television reporter, produce or anchor required. Non-returnable DVD, resume and cover letter to: Human Resources, KTVH-TV, Beartooth Communications Company, P.O. Box 6125, Helena, MT 59604. No calls.

MULTIPLATFORM JOURNALIST (WLFI-TV)
WLFI-TV, West Lafayette, IN seeks a Multiplatform Journalist. Must be a storyteller who can develop local contacts, generate community news and shoot compelling video and interviews, report, write clearly, voice and edit stories for broadcast and post content to the Web. Must demonstrate ability to handle DV cameras with hard drive, non-linear editing, laptop computer, and other news gathering tools, and be able to perform multiple tasks under deadline pressure.
Four year college degree in broadcast Journalism and internship in TV news required. DVD/online link, resume and cover letter to: Jeff Smith, News Director, WLFI-TV, 2605 Yeager Road, West Lafayette, IN 47906

PRODUCER (OHIO NEWS NETWORK)
OHIO NEWS NETWORK, Columbus, OH seeks a newscast Producer. Must be able to work well under extreme pressure while being creative. Active, intelligent and conversational writing and exceptional tease writing a must. Previous news experience, assertive news gathering skills and prior producing experience required. Excellent communication skills and impeccable organizational skills are musts. Knowledge of Ohio, Ohio politics, Ohio sports and Ohio issues a plus. Must be flexible and willing to work all hours and on weekends. Apply online; http://www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers (Position #400JR)

MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST (WHO-TV)
WHO-TV, Des Moines, IA seeks a Multlimedia Journalist. Must be able to shoot and edit video and sound; operate ENG live truck; enterprise news stories; write and to interpret broadcast news copy; report live, breaking news; handle deadline pressure; and drive news vehicles when necessary. Must have an engaging on-air and online personality and be able to work under extreme pressure, deadlines and adverse weather conditions. Must know social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.). Four-year college degree and two (2) years television newsroom experience with two (2) years news reporting/writing experience preferred. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Rod Peterson, News Director, WHO-TV, 1801 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50309; Fax: 515-242-3571; E-mail: rod.peterson@whotv.com

REPORTER (WKYT-TV)
WKYT-TV, Lexington, KY seeks a general assignment Reporter. Must know what it takes to tell good stories on the air and be a strong storyteller who understands the importance of active live shots. Should be able to break lead stories and have a passion for news. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Robert Thomas, News Director, WKYT-TV, 2851 Winchester Road, Lexington, KY 40509

SPORTS ANCHOR/REPORTER (KAKE-TV)
KAKE-TV, Wichita, KS seeks a Sports Reporter/Anchor. Must be ready to enterprise interesting local sports stories and be part of an award winning sports team. Will anchor nightly sportscasts, report, and shoot and edit video. Will cover sports teams at Kansas State University, The University of Kansas and Wichita State University, as well as cover local high school sports and provide fresh content for the sports section of kake.com. Non-returnable DVD, resume and cover letter to: Dave Grant, News Director, KAKE-TV, 1500 N. West St., Wichita, KS 67203

MORNING ANCHOR/REPORTER (KAIT-TV)
KAIT-TV, Jonesboro, AR seeks a Morning Anchor/Reporter. Must have some anchoring experience, excellent verbal and written communication skills, solid news judgment, strong reporting, and solid live shot skills. Must be able to help lead the newsroom with energy, professionalism and strong journalistic integrity across all platforms. DVD/online link, resume and cover letter to: Hatton Weeks, News Director, KAIT-TV, P.O. Box 790, Jonesboro, AR 72403; E-mail: hweeks@kait8.com. No calls.

NEWS DIRECTOR (KHGI-TV)
KHGI-TV, Kearney, NE seeks a News Director. Responsible for overall planning, development and production of all news programming, including management of the news staff, and determining editorial and creative standards for all news programming and strategic planning and positioning for audience growth. Will manage an annual operating budget, personnel, and the technical aspects of television news. Must have solid news judgment and be able to determine which stories are most informative and of the greatest value to the local viewer. Will enforce strict journalism, ethical and legal standards and maintain a positive work environment by motivating and communicating in a manner that works well with co-workers, supervisors and customers. Must have solid leadership and financial management skills and extensive knowledge of television news journalism practices, ethics and procedures, and be adept at embracing new technology, including social media and their tactical and strategic uses. Four (4) year college degree (Journalism degree preferred) and ten (10) years television news experience including a minimum of five (5) years experience as an Assistant News Director, Managing Editor and/or Executive Producer required. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Amber Henery, Personnel, Job #15-184, KHGI-TV, P.O. Box 220, Kearney, NE 68848-0220; 308-743-2494 ext. 114; Fax: 308-743-2644; E-mail: ahenery@nebraska.tv

ASSISTANT NEWS DIRECTOR (KTVM-TV)
KTVM-TV, Bozeman, MT seeks an Assistant News Director. Will assist the News Director in the management of news operations across four properties and across two DMAs. Primarily responsible for the day-to-day operations of the KTVM television newsrooms and Web sites and budgeting, hiring of newsroom personnel, and maintenance of journalistic and legal standards, as well as motivating, teaching and mentoring news employees in diverse newsrooms. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and organization and time management skills are musts. Must have strong Producer, Executive Producer or Assistant News Director experience with the ability to motivate, train, and deliver results; understand new media, be reliable, positive, and self motivated with strong personal integrity, be able to analyze, understand and utilize market research, ratings, and other information to strategically compete in station markets, and be able to forecast and budget. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Sean Dunster, News Director, KTVM-TV, 201 So. Wallace Ave., Butte, MT 59715; E-mail: sdunster@keci.com. No calls.

MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST (KECI-TV)
KECI-TV, Missoula, MT seeks a Multimedia Journalist. Must be able to report, write, shoot, edit, post to the Web, go live, and create a strong, trustworthy relationship with viewers and sources, working with a small group of people who take pride in their work, the stories they tell and the newscasts they present. Tape/DVD/online links, resume and cover letter to: Sean Dunster, News Director, KECI-TV, NBC Montana, 340 W. Main Street, Missoula, MT 59802; E-mail: sdunster@keci.com

CHICAGO PRODUCER (CNBC)
CNBC, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, seeks a Chicago Producer to help lead coverage from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, also known as CME Group. Must be able to help organize segments, find guests quickly, suggest story ideas, keep on top of the busy market activity at the CME Group and network, and recruit new guests. Must be very well organized, be able to make things happen with little direct supervision, know when something big is happening and communicate that to CNBC producers in New Jersey. TV/radio/Internet media or public relations experience and a strong record of work in those fields over the last three-four years required. Apply online: www.nbcunicareers.com/search_nbc/ (Position #2968BR)

ASSIGNMENT EDITOR/ASSOCIATE PRODUCER (WOIO/WUAB-TV)
WOIO/WUAB-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks an Assignment Editor/Associate Producer. Responsible for making sure the day’s stories decided by news management are covered; for generating story ideas; monitoring news wires and police radios; maintaining phone lists of sources; keeping files and records of upcoming news events; and assisting news producers with writing and preparing news broadcasts, among other varied and related duties. Will use personal news judgment and discretion to make story decisions and coverage decisions; direct videographers and/or reporters to gather and produce the news; write and edit copy for inclusion in newscasts; field produce and associate produce news stories and segments; and fill-in as line producer on news broadcasts, as needed. Training in basic rules of journalism and news gathering; excellent writing and story telling ability; and demonstrated ability to research news stories and prepare copy for air required. College degree and knowledge of the politics and geography of Cleveland preferred.
Tape/DVD (if available), resume and cover letter to: Lisa Marko, Administrative Assistant, WOIO/WUAB-TV, 1717 East 12th Street, Cleveland, OH 44114

SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER/REPORTER (WDAY-TV)
WDAY-TV, Fargo, ND seeks a Sports Reporter/Photographer. Will produce sports reports and develop story ideas; shoot and edit sports stories and highlights; and cover a wide variety of local sports. Should be energetic and passionate about sports and be able to shoot a story and turn it around for that night’s newscast. Must have good sports knowledge, be available nights and weekends, and have live TV experience. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Jeff Nelson, News Director, WDAY-TV, 301 South 8th Street, Fargo, ND 58103

PRIMARY CO-ANCHOR/REPORTER (WEEK/WHOI-TV)
WEEK/WHOI-TV, East Peoria, IL seek a primary Co-Anchor/Reporter for evening newscasts. Will not only anchor the newscasts but actively produce, help write, edit and sometimes cover stories as a multimedia journalist. Must be a self-starter and who can generate story and sweeps ideas and regularly report and produce stories. Will regularly interface and become involved with the community and make appearances on behalf of the stations. Must be a strong writer with sharp news judgment who can work well with others. At least three-five years anchoring, producing and reporting experience and ability to cover a variety of assignments required. Non-returnable DVD, resume, and cover letter to: Human Resources, WEEK-TV, 2907 Springfield Road, East Peoria, IL 61611; E-mail: elouck@week.com. No calls.

WEEKEND WEATHER ANCHOR/REPORTER (KHQA-TV)
KHQA-TV, Quincy, IL seeks a Weekend Weather Anchor/Reporter. Will produce and anchor weekend weather segments and report during the week. Must be innovative, personable, be willing to participate in station promotion, have good technical skills, and have a great on-air presence. Must also be an active participant in social media. Meteorologist preferred but will consider candidate with strong interest in and knowledge of weather forecasting. Tape/DVD, resume, personal/professional references, and cover letter to: Nora Baldner, News Director, KHQA-TV, 301 S. 36th Street, Quincy, IL 62301; E-mail: nbaldner@khqa.com

NEWS/SPORTS PHOTOJOURNALIST (Part-time) (WYIN-TV)
WYIN-TV, Merrillville, IN seeks a part-time News/Sports Photojournalist. Responsible for shooting in the field, editing, writing stories, and operating studio cameras. Experience with setting up and lighting live shots a plus. Must have experience shooting news and sports, the ability to write news copy and linear-edit VOs and VO/SOTs. Must have experience shooting with DVCam or similar cameras, have strong communication skills, and be able to react quickly to changing news situations. Working hours will vary based on coverage needs of the day. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Ryan Priest, WYIN-TV, Lakeshore Public Television, 8625 Indiana Place, Merrillville, IN 46410; E-mail: rpriest@lakeshoreptv.com. No calls.

SPORTS ANCHOR/VIDEO JOURNALIST (WKBN/WYTV/WYFX-TV)
WKBN/WYTV/WYFX-TV, Youngstown, OH seek a Sports Anchor/Video Journalist. Must have a wide variety of skills with experience in sports videography, non-linear editing, sportscast producing, script writing for both broadcast and the Web, broadcast anchoring, and advanced computer literacy. Play-by-play skills a plus. Will work for all three stations under the Myvalleysports.com brand, producing content for both online and broadcast distribution. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Ryan Allison, Sports Director, WKBN-TV, 3930 Sunset Blvd., Youngstown, OH 44512; E-mail: rallison@wkbn.com. No calls.

TWO JOBS (KAAL-TV)
KAAL-TV, Austin, MN has two openings in its news department.

MORNING ANCHOR/REPORTER (Job #10-11): Should be an experience newsroom leader who can work with others to produce and present compelling stories on air and on station’s Web site. Must be able to research and write broadcast news stories that are clear, complete, and compelling under deadline. Must know current events, demonstrate superior news judgment and ethical decision-making skills, and know non-linear digital editing systems. Bachelor’s degree in journalism or equivalent field and news anchoring and reporting experience required.

METEOROLOGIST/REPORTER (Job #11-11): Will prepare and deliver news and weather for newscasts and station Web site. Must be available for vacationing meteorologists and in the event of severe weather or other breaking news. General assignment reporting, shooting, and editing required. Must be confident, self motivated and be able to generate stories, develop contacts, and meet deadlines, and be able to work in fast paced environment, handle multiple tasks including Web coverage, anchoring newscasts and weather forecasting. Journalism experience preferred. College degree in Meteorology and on-air experience required. Non-returnable DVD, resume, references, and cover letter for either job to: Human Resources Department, Job #_____, KAAL-TV, 1701 10th Place NE, Austin, MN 55912; Fax: 507-437-7815 ; E-mail: bbroden@kaaltv.com. No calls.

MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST (KTVO-TV)
KTVO-TV, Kirksville, MO seeks a Multimedia Journalist. Will enterprise, shoot video, write on-air scripts and Web reports as well as other related duties. Responsibilities may also include anchoring newscasts. Must be analytical and well organized, able to assemble news stories with minimal direction and have a broad understanding of government and social issues. Four-year degree in communications, journalism or a related field required. Tape/DVD, resume and cover letter to: Marlene Speas, News Director, KTVO-TV, P.O. Box 949, Kirksville, MO 63501; E-mail: mspeas@ktvo.com

PRODUCER (KHBS/KHOG-TV)
KHBS/KHOG-TV, Fort Smith, AR seek a newscast Producer. Duties include creating a winning newscast, selecting video and writing scripts for that newscast and being a Web champion. Should have a passion for local television news and sports, be a strong writer, and understand that the next newscast is “right now” on http://www.4029tv.com. Must want to be a producer and have graduated with a broadcast journalism degree or the equivalent. All experience levels considered. Tape/DVD of most recent newscast, resume, references, and cover letter to: Dawn R. Dugle, News Director, KHBS/KHOG-TV, 2809 Ajax Ave., Suite 200, Rogers, AR 72758; E-mail: newsdirector@4029tv.com. No calls.

RADIO

KTAR News Reporter
News/Talk 92.3 KTAR – Phoenix, AZ

FULL TIME
CLOSING DATE: 12-13-11 or until filled

News/Talk 92.3 KTAR is looking for a great reporter/anchor! Covering breaking news is great, but what are you going to do the other 95% of the time? KTAR and KTAR.com thrives on unique content and approaching stories in a way unlike anybody else. We need original ideas, a contemporary way of telling stories, and a knack for finding that story that makes our talk show hosts want to talk with YOU! If you don’t already have digital experience, you’ll have to get up to speed quick. The KTAR reporter is expected to take pictures, even shoot video when necessary, because dot com is just as important as on-the-air!

POSITION OBJECTIVE: Be an effective team member and make a full contribution to the success of the station. Write and report news on air in clear, concise and accurate manner on deadline. Perform live field reports, with proficient ad lib skills, and the ability to use natural and ambient sound in field reports. Enterprise news sources for original news content for air and for the website. Contribute daily to make KTAR the leading provider of timely, relevant news and information.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
•Two years post high school education in journalism with skills in the following areas: writing, broadcast journalism, news judgment, computer skills.
•Three years experience in a professional broadcast journalism environment.
•Knowledge of newswire services and a working knowledge of computer skills.
•Ability to develop and maintain news sources.
•Aggressive attitude with a strong desire to advance in the broadcasting media. A news junkie.
•Quick learner who is fully committed to meeting the challenge
•Ability to dig up stories, enterprise news a must.
•Excellent digital audio editing skills.
•Multi-tasking pro. Ability to be organized with the capability to concentrate on more than one event at a time, able to follow written and verbal instructions under supervision.
•Proven ability to work under pressure to meet daily/weekly deadlines. Ability to be precise and accurate both in writing and production.
•Monitor news on a daily basis.
•Work effectively in a team environment
•Maintain a positive and cooperative rapport with staff, management, and clients.
•Consistently works hours required. Flexible hours required to meet deadlines including weekends, holidays, evenings, early mornings, etc.
•Work in compliance with Company policies and procedures.
•Project an appropriate professional appearance and demeanor.
•Licensed driver

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS, BUT NOT REQUIRED:
•A person with established relations in the Hispanic community and able to develop good rapport with community leaders.
•Bilingual in English and Spanish.
•Prefer someone who has worked in the broadcasting environment relating to the Hispanic community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
•Receive, process, and maintain information through oral and/or written communication effectively.
•Substantial physical movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
•Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction with good eye and hand coordination.
•Lift, move, and carry up to 20 pounds on occasion.

Apply at www.ktar.com

Arizona Sports 620 Producer
Arizona Sports 620 – Phoenix, AZ

Full Time
CLOSING DATE: 12/13/11 or until filled

POSITION OBJECTIVE: Function as the producer for a sports talk show. Serve as main producer for other day parts. Assist in coordinating, live interviews, audio elements, and other program content.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
•Two years post high school education in communication/journalism with skills in the following areas: booking guests, broadcast journalism, writing, computer and operational skills, related field, or equivalent.
•Experience in a broadcast journalism environment, professional or collegiate level. Knowledge of newswire services and a working knowledge of computer skills.
•Aggressive attitude with a strong desire to advance in the broadcasting media.
•Quick learner who is fully committed to meeting the challenge.
•Multi-tasking pro. Ability to be organized with the capability to concentrate on more than one event at a time, able to follow written and verbal instructions under moderate supervision.
•Proven ability to work under pressure to meet daily/weekly deadlines. Ability to be precise and accurate both in announcing and production.
•Self-starter with the ability to assure that shift personnel receive material for broadcast on time as the services performed affect company image, clients, and listening audience. Errors may incur financial or time loss.
•Watch top TV programs (sports and pop culture) and read major publications for show content ideas.
•Proven ability to handle stress.
•Work effectively in a team environment.
•Consistently works hours required. Works more when required to meet deadlines including weekends, holidays, evenings, etc.
•Work in compliance with Company policies and procedures.
•Maintain a positive and cooperative rapport with staff, management, and clients.
•Project an appropriate professional appearance and demeanor.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
•Receive, process, and maintain information through oral and/or written communication effectively.
•Substantial physical movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
•Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction with good eye and hand coordination.
•Lift, move, and carry up to 20 pounds on occasion.

Apply at www.ktar.com

REPORTER/ANCHOR (WSJM-AM/FM)
WSJM-AM/FM, Benton Harbor, MI seeks a Reporter/Anchor. Must be naturally curious and have ideas for stories and follow-ups based on local happenings and news content. Must have digital audio editing experience (Cool Edit Pro), familiarity with social networking and website use, accurate and conversational writing, a mature sound and a strong interest in local government.
Some evening and weekend hours, and the flexibility to respond when breaking news happens 24/7 required. Radio reporting experience preferred, but strong interest, news instinct and natural skill are critical. Tape/CD, resume, writing samples, and cover letter to: Jim Gifford, News Director, WSJM-AM/FM, 580 East Napier Avenue, Benton Harbor, MI 49022; 269-925-1111; E-mail: gifford@wsjm.com

SPORTS REPORTER/ANCHOR (Part-time) (WBBM-AM)
WBBM-AM, Chicago, seeks a part-time Sports Reporter/Anchor. Responsible for conducting sports updates. Must be able to work solo or in duo or ensemble. Will be involved in show preparation and producing as necessary to facilitate program execution of updates; read commercials, promos, news, and sports copy; make public appearances; have deep knowledge of and interest in Chicago sports and sports issues; keen knowledge of the Chicago sports scene and history; be able to build and develop strong contracts in the Chicago market; and provide content to the Web. Reporting skills mandatory; voice quality is critical. Must be sports-minded and have creative Web knowledge. Must be able to gather information quickly, conduct interviews and prepare stories for air. Personable delivery required; strong writing skills essential. Must be able to operate a range of technical equipment, including audio control boards, analog and digital recording and playback machines. Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism or equivalent experience required. Apply online: www.cbsradio.com/careers/jobs_html (Position #9139BR)

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER (TRAVELZOO)
TRAVELZOO, Chicago, seeks an Executive Producer. Should be a top-notch journalist with commercial acumen. Responsibilities include leading and managing a team of assistant and associate producers in relentless research and pursuit of “the deal;” thoroughly reviewing and testing travel deals before recommending for publication; writing clear and concise copy that explains why a deal is outstanding; working closely with travel companies to ensure Travelzoo gets the scoop; and partnering with sales staff to nurture advertiser relationships, but never sell out. Must be able to work with sleeves rolled up to write some of the best content, manage some of the biggest accounts and structure some of the top deals. Must have dynamic leadership and management qualities with eight or more years Internet media experience, and a top-notch academic record. Bachelor’s degree required. Apply online: http://tiny.cc/c9shf

DIGITAL MEDIA NEWS EDITOR (WBNS-TV)
WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH seeks a Digital Media News Editor. Responsible for producing written and visual news content for two Web sites and maintaining WBNS and Ohio News Network’s presence on social networking sites, including Facebook and Twitter. Will translate broadcast copy into newspaper style using Associated Press print style and communicate with the station’s assignment desk, news producers, photographers, video editors and news management about news stories, breaking news, video and upcoming news events. Minimum one-two years experience working with online content in a news environment and excellent communication and organizational skills. Will be on-call nights, weekends and holidays as assigned. Apply online: www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers (Position #200KD)

INTERACTIVE NEWS PRODUCER (WGN-TV)
WGN-TV, Chicago, seeks an Interactive News Producer. Must be platform flexible and feel as comfortable writing a breaking story as translating one from an on-air report. Should know how to configure a story onto the WGN mobile site using and I-phone or similar technology and have a penchant for technology, knowing its more about simplifying access for the user and less about sending out a tweet every 35 minutes. Should enjoy starting new projects that help bring web, mobile, online and on-air content together, making it more accessible to the everyday user. Must have FinalCut editing experience, be familiar with terms like Blogrolls, feed readers, feed burners, RSS, XML, WAP, CMS, and embed code, and know social media. Online links, resume and cover letter to: Human Resources Department, WGN-TV, 2501 W. Bradley Place, Chicago, IL 60618; Fax: 773-528-1387; Apply online: www.tribjobs.com. No calls.

MULTI-SKILLED JOURNALIST (THE TOPEKA CAPITOL-JOURNAL)
THE TOPEKA Capitol-Journal, Topeka, KS seeks a Multiskilled Journalist for primarily Web duties. Must have strong reporting, editing and pagination skills. Responsibilities include Web-first reporting shifts and actively pursuing breaking news. Should be comfortable with a point-and-shoot camera and be able to use Twitter, Facebook, blogs and video in reporting. Must have solid news judgment and be accurate under deadline pressure. Must also be able to work copy editing and pagination shifts. Knowledge of AP style and InDesign necessary. Clips, resume and references to: tomari.quinn@cjonline.com; 785-295-1212

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