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   — CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago seeks a social media editor (Job #17494BR) with at least five years TV producing experience, preferably in a Top 20 market, who can monitor and engage in all forms of social media, can generate new stories, can enhance the daily report, can send information and obtain it through Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/new platforms, can produce social media segments for air, can manage social media in accordance with CBS corporate guidelines, can demonstrate an advanced understanding of the reach and power of social media to generate news content that will differentiate CBS Chicago content across all platforms; must work closely with the ND on format and strategies to grow ratings and have news-gathering experience in broadcast, print or digital platforms; assignment desk background a plus but not a must. Apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=^1g58mgPR0GoitkY2UJIpu9ml6Hg0wgtYfxQ7R1zPvwESsjExCw4IDiImIimnV57x&jobId=443875&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5128&JobSiteInfo=443875_5128&GQId=0.   EOE   (3/24)

   ** Fox-owned WFLD-TV, Chicago seeks a Web producer who can work closely with the senior Web producer to manage all aspects of station Web sites to include the production of news content/special sections/audio visual production; must be an online writer/producer, edit video, facilitate the gathering of local Web information from various sources, managing video distribution and live streaming, writing and distributing top news stories using SEO strategy, extending the station’s social media outreach, interfacing with broadcast producers to take over-the-air news product and repurpose it for the Web and monitor the submission of user-generated content; must know print and broadcast standards and styles, have good Web editing abilities and skills, have advanced knowledge of Internet publishing software, be skilled in SEO practices and have solid understanding of Web standards and design; background with html and Photoshop desirable. Online samples and resume to the WFLD-TV HR Dept., 205 Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60601 or apply online at wfld-hr@foxtv.com. EOE   (4/12)

   — Rivet News Radio/Chicago seeks great broadcast journalists who are experienced radio news reporters and/or anchors, are talented editors of digital audio, are detail-oriented and conversational broadcast news writers, are tech savvy or some combination of the above; Rivet News Radio is a smartphone-based reinvention of radio news. Check out the Rivet app at tinyurl.com/GetRiveted, then apply online at http://rivetnewsradio.com/jobs/   EOE   (4/16)

   — The Freeport (IL) Journal-Standard seeks a multimedia-minded reporter with 1-2 years experience who can produce engaging stories on all platforms, can help manage content on digital platforms, writes and speaks in a conversational manner and can write and post on tight deadlines. Clips, resume and letter with salary history to the Journal-Standard HR Dept., 99 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61104, fax (815) 961-5833 and e-mail hrapply@rrstar.com. No calls. SOC   (4/6)

   — Journal Broadcast Group (Milwaukee, WI): Digital executive producer who will be charged with hiring and launching its new Local Hub team of digital producers who will provide content publishing support to broadcast newsrooms across the country; will handle the hiring/training/management of at least four producers working nights and weekends to keep local content efforts competitive daily, including breaking news updates from newsrooms, video published from newscasts and curated news and information compiled using local sources; must update with the latest information, handle scheduling and training of Local Hub producers/employee reviews/customer support groupwide, produce dozens of pieces of content daily across several verticals that include but are not limited to local trending news articles/weather/locale vents/viral news, review real-time metrics and trending services to evaluate content production and effectiveness, verify content publication and consumption across Web/mobile/apps/social media, drive audience with e-mail newsletters and social networks, provide support for sales efforts related to syndicated content, work well under deadline pressure, multi-task well, pay strong attention to detail, work independently or as part of a team, prioritize work, demonstrate strong leadership skills and have the ability to work collaboratively on complex marketing/special events/promotions/sales and product development efforts. Managing editor/digital sports who can monitor Web and social media to find local sports content that can be curated and published to individual local sports brands at the company’s TV and radio Web sites; included in the content will be story summaries, media galleries, curated videos, audio from its stations and other interactive content as determined by the ME to best engage audiences and drive traffic to sites; will produces dozen os pieces of content across sports verticals each day, collaborate with in-market sports producers/newsrooms/promotions teams to highlight local efforts across the company, identify and coordinate external contributors and fans that would like to share their perspectives and analysis with digital sports fans, review real-time metrics and trending services to evaluate content production and effectiveness, verify content publication and consumption across web/mobile/apps/social media, drive audience with e-mail newsletters and social networks and provide support for related sales efforts. Digital sports managing editor who will monitor the web and social media to find local sports content that can be curated and published to individual local bands at TV and radio web sites across the Journal Broadcast Group, including media galleries/curated videos/audio/interactive content that can engage audiences and drive traffic to the sites; must produce dozens of pieces of content daily, update sports verticals that include trending news articles, insight stories by station sports staff, social media game reaction, team media galleries, user generated content and athlete or team rumors, collaborate with in-market sports producers/newsrooms/promotion teams to highlight their efforts across the network of stations, identify and coordinate external contributors and fans who like to share their perspectives and analysis with the digital sports fans, review real-time metrics and trending services to evaluate content production and effectiveness, verify content publication and consumption across the Web/mobile/apps/social media, drive audience with e-mail newsletters and social networks, provide support for sales efforts related to syndicated content, work under deadline pressure, handle multiple projects and responsibilities, pay strong attention to detail, work independently or as part of a team, have organizational skills and the ability to prioritize, have good verbal and written communication skills, have strong leadership skills, oversee marketing/special/events/promotions/sales/product development and utilize experience editing and producing digital content. Online links and resume to Michael Gay, VP/Interactive Media, at mgay@jrn.com; for a complete job description go online to www.journalbroadcastgroup.com. EOE   (3/27)

   — WITI-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks a savvy Web producer who can work on a Web site, hyper-local sites, mobile content for iPhone and Android devices, Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, texting and whatever comes next in a fast-evolving world; must shepherd content from stories to video to imagery to graphics across all digital platforms, has crackerjack print-style writing skills, pays attention to accuracy and detail, can multi-task well, is a go-getter and communicates well on all levels. Resume to the WITI-TV HR Dept., 9001 N. Green Bay Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53209, call (414) 355-6666, fax (414) 354-7491 or e-mail witihr@fox6now.com. EOE (4/16)

 

   — WKOW-TV, Madison, WI seeks a Web content producer who will update content on a variety of platforms, edit pictures and sound, make quick decisions, have a strong work ethic, have a competitive nature, have the desire to move into management down the road, have a strong writing background, is fluent in both broadcast and AP style, can take ownership and thrive in a deadline-driven environment and has solid news judgment; background with the WorldNow CMS and common programs such as MS Word/Excel/Outlook. DVD/online links and resume to Joe Radske, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail msyverud@wkow.com. EOE   (4/5)

   — WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a Web content writer (Job #300BF) with at least two years experience who can translate broadcast copy into Web writing, create visual multimedia assets that tie into content, can carry Web content into the social media world, can assure delivery of content that is vibrant/fresh/accurate, knows grammar and spelling, can write for the Web, can help push the boundaries of content delivery, can stay current with industry trends in Web-based and digital multi-media technologies and believes in digital disruption. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. EOE (3/26)

 

   — The Lafayette (IN) Journal and Courier seeks a part-time digital producer (Job #28261) who can produce and post local content, can work with other members of the digital staff/editors/reporters/photographers to fill out the digital report, can engage the audience on mobile/tablet/desktop in an evolving newsroom, can use social media effectively to share content and engage the audience, monitor multiple news organizations for relevant content, gather news from reporters in the field, follow and understand local news stories and connect the dots between new/old/related content to simplify the user experience; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&career_job_req_id=28261&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=J3LzRfIZ2vEqg4ci5%2bvQoSvZsik%3d. EOE   (4/2)

— Openings at WTIU-TV/WFIU-FM, Bloomington, IN: Online content coordinator(Job #9133) with at least two years experience who can maintain and update the WFIU and WTIU Web sites/links/content, will consult with department personnel to design develop and implement Web sites for the stations, conduct electronic marketing of services and information and oversee and coordinate the use of and response to user communications; must be able to recommend changes to systems and develop systems and procedures to track/analyze/report on Web site activity. Journalist/blogger (Job #5521) who will lead a new Web site focused on state government and its impact on local communities across Indiana, and build an online following around coverage of how decisions by state government affect citizens around the issue of education; must produce in-depth reports for broadcast and serve as the area’s most authoritative voice on state government, with a strong local profile and a national reach through NPR and the wider public broadcasting system, working under the direct supervision of the WFIU/WTIU News Bureau chief. Apply online at the Indiana University HR Services Web site, https://jobs.iu.edu, including a detailed resume, contact information for four professional references and a cover letter explaining how your experience relates to the position. EOE (3/27)

   — The Bloomington (IN) Herald-Times seeks a Web producer (Job #HTI1693) who can work on digital content development and enhancement (including mobile apps), can create and implement new digital projects, can be an overall champion for all things digital, including video production and the mapping and blogging of platforms. Must freshen content, work on special projects, focus on social media opportunities and stay up to date on ways to deliver digital content. Apply online at www.schurz.com/careers/career-opp. (4/16)

   ** WHO-TV, Des Moines, IA seeks a digital content producer with at least two years Web/social media producing experience who can produce stories for station Web sites as well as over-the-air use, can lead the station’s 24/7 efforts to serve the community on all platforms, can oversee content and layout, can devise ways to increase traffic, can write Web-specific content, can coach multimedia producers, can handle deadline pressure, is computer-literate, knows SEO tactics, has background with Twitter/Facebook/PHP/MySQL/Action Scipt/Flash/html/CSS/Photoshop. Online links and resume to Rod Peterson, ND, WHO-TV, 1801 Grand Av., Des Moines, IA 50309, fax (515) 242-3571 or e-mail rod.peterson@whotv.com. (4/13)

   — KCCI-TV, Des Moines, IA seeks a part-time Web editor who has strong writing ability, has good news judgment, has a thorough understanding of social media, can work with text/images/video in a CMS and can think visually.   DVD and resume to Dave Busiek, ND, KCCI-TV, 888 Ninth St., Des Moines, IA 5e0309 or e-mail dbusiek@hearst.com. (3/28)

 

   — The Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette and KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA seek a versatile and highly-motivated digital editor (Job #101231) who can edit/package/publish/maintain digital content for a converged news operation, can actively participate in social media, can help to promote content on multiple Web sites, can regularly edit video for use online and in the production of podcasts, can use metrics tools that include Google Analytics to assist in decision making, can execute new ideas online that grow brands and promote digital interaction, works well in a fast-paced newsroom environment, can work across a number of topics that include hard news/entertainment/features on a Sunday-Thursday shift, can multitask well, is comfortable working as part of a team, meets deadlines and is comfortable editing and curating/enriching content from a variety of sources that include blogs, wire services, freelancers, community contributors and more; must be ready to jump in and do original reporting. Resume to the SourceMedia Group HR Dept., Box 511, 500 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406, e-mail sourcemediahr@sourcemedia.net or apply online at www.sourcemedia.net/careers. (3/24)

 

   — KIMT-TV, Mason City, IA seeks a digital content creator who can optimize and manage content, design and build custom Web applications using frameworks and APIs, provide regular reporting for Web site and online marketing initiatives, does hands-on optimization, keeps up with industry trends and opportunities, is on-call to cover major events around the clock, can edit video and images, can proofread reporter/anchor stories, can write engaging headlines/abstracts/body copy, can participate in al news meetings to facilitate digital content and can assist with special project/sweeps planning and execution; must have in-depth knowledge of html5, CSS3, Javascript, JQuery, PHP, ASP.net and Photoshop. Resume to the KIMT-TV Business Office coord., Box 620, Mason City, IA 50402 or e-mail hr@kimt.com. (4/16)

   — KSDK-TV, St. Louis, MO seeks a digital executive producer (Job #17499) with five years experience who is creative, can produce high-quality original content, can coordinate day-to-day operations of station digital platforms, is a newsroom leader, can work independently/effectively/with minimal oversight, can exercise discretion/judgment/solid journalistic and ethical decision-making, can assure cross-promotion of broadcast/Web/social media, can write compelling story content, can add multimedia elements, can develop and implement creative strategies that build interactivity with viewers and users on all platforms, can collaborate with the promotions and sales teams to maximize digital strategy goals, can coach staff to write and produce effective SEO teases and promos and can adhere to journalistic ethics. Apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&career_job_req_id=17499&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=8vRVhL9EaLdMWjU690q5wB6avdU%3d.   EOE   (3/27)

   — Openings at KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO: Social media manager who can oversee social media programming strategy, can create a multi-screen social media voice for the station, can work with all departments and bring them under one Channel 4 brand, can grow awareness of the brand across all platforms, can track/access/encourage station talent in the use of social media, create performance expectations for talent and appropriate staff, is responsible for collecting and dissecting relevant data and comparative metrics to create actionable feedback from users and has familiarity with emerging social media platforms. Part-time digital producer with at least one year experience who will create content for KMOV-TV’s Web/mobile/social media outlets, with an emphasis on digital sports; must have a passion for sports, write great sports content, work well under pressure, meet or beat assigned deadlines, show strong news judgment/journalistic integrity/understand audience needs, interact promptly/productively/positively with fellow employees and expectations, interact well with fellow employees and management in-house and in remote locations, demonstrate good verbal/written/analytical/self motivation/work ethic skills, work well in a newsroom setting, know collegiate and professional sports, know digital and social media, be proficient with non-linear video editing and Photoshop and have strong AP style writing skills. Resume to the KMOV-TV HR Dept., 1 Memorial Dr., St. Louis, MO 63102. (3/24)

   — WFPL/WUOL/WFPK, Louisville, KY seek a video/photo producer who is a broadcast professional, can shoot/edit/process video and photos of performances/news assignments/other activities for Louisville Public Media’s member stations, can accompany news and music reporters in the field to shoot/edit/process video, can gather stock photos and footage for use on station Web sites and social media, can work non-standard hours and occasionally travel out of town, has good news judgment, is creative, communicates well, works collaboratively, meets deadlines and juggles multiple tasks. DVD/mp3/online link, resume and references to the WFPL/Louisville Public Media HR Dept., 619 S. Fourth St., Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail resume@louisvillepublicmedia.org. (3/31)

   — KARE-TV, Minneapolis, MN seeks a digital multimedia producer (Job #25742) who is visionary and creative, is highly-organized, can make contacts in the community, can manage multiple projects, can meet deadlines, knows AP style, can proof and correct copy, can research stories and subjects using the Web and social media, knows AP style, has experience with online and digital news production, while background with ENPS/shooting video/editing video is a plus; must enjoy working in collaboration with a team to produce the best work and willing to work a variety of shifts. DVD/online link and resume to Jane Helmke, ND, KARE-TV, 8811 Olson Memorial Hwy., Minneapolis, MN 55427 or apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=25742&company=Gannett&username=. No calls. (3/31)

   — MintPressNews.com (Minneapolis, MN) seeks a part-time copy editor with at least three years experience with advocacy journalism and social justice issues, who has extensive and solid new media journalism background, has worked in a leadership role as an editor or copy editor, knows AP style, has copy editing background and can work from its Minneapolis newsroom. Materials that demonstrate your skills and experience, with resume, to jobs@mintpressnews.com. (3/27)

   — KTTC-TV, Rochester, MN seeks a content manager who can help supervise desk operations/producers/anchors/reporters/videographers in weekday afternoon/evening dayparts, pushes content onto the air/online/to mobile platforms for two stations, can constantly reinvent the product, display a sense of how best to steer breaking and developing stories to multiple platforms and is sensitive to management concerns; must be creative yet realistic about using social networks and other new media, with a commitment to strong journalism and community involvement. DVD/online link and resume to Noel Sederstrom, ND, c/o the KTTC-TV HR Dept., 6301 Bandel Rd. NW, Rochester, MN 55901 or e-mail jneyens@kttc.com. No calls.   (4/6)

 

   — The Detroit (MI) Free Press seeks n assistant managing editor/digital (Job #27942) who is dynamic, can led the newsroom in all areas, can coach the staff, can turbo-boost its escalating evolution to digital platforms, can report the news, can engage with others, is responsible for minute-by-minute operations of its digital news/information/social platforms, can enhance the engagement and digital experience of readers, has a history of building the news audience, of overcoming obstacles and of making change; must be a multi-tasker and a newshound, can oversee Web editors and producers, can expedite packaging across platforms, can oversee content decisions, can maximize traffic and audience engagement and has a commitment to the community. Apply to Nancy Andrews, ME/digital, at nandrews@freepress.com. (4/2)

   ** WNEM-TV, Saginaw, MI seeks a Web producer (Job #WNEM7409) with at least two years related work experience in such areas as news writing and video editing who knows Web content management systems, can work with staff on producing of the station Web site and other digital platforms, can lead on breaking news, can maintain and monitor the station’s social media sites, can maintain the overall look and feel of the site as determined by the station stylebook, is working constantly with reporters/videographers/producer/all platforms in a high-pressure/ever-changing/deadline-driven operation; newsroom computer and video editing background is a big plus, (iNews and Avid preferred). Apply online at www.meredith.apply2jobs.com. (4/10)

   — Openings at WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH: Online media executive producer (Job #6511) who can oversee the work of content producers and developers, can work to coordinate operations for Web sites and other new media platforms, can monitor Web analytics to assess the user experience/site stickiness/site engagement, can address issues and evolve the execution plan to grow Web page views and unique visitors, can work to accomplish migration of multimedia content to new media platforms, set new media staff expectations, can plan online coverage of major news events and breaking news, can assure high-quality and consistent community coverage online, knows AP style and current events, can meet deadlines and can work efficiently under deadline pressure. Content producer (Job #6999) who can be responsible for updating local news and information Web sites, can work with staff to plan content, is attentive to live Web metrics, can enhance news content with outside links/maps/slideshows, can work with the technical staff to facilitate the migration of multimedia content to new platforms , can work with video/audio/still photos/graphics, can assist in online coverage of breaking news and severe weather to assure high-quality and consistent coverage, can post special sections and site features to enhance coverage, can write and edit content that enhances online coverage for all platforms, can work in user-generated content, knows AP style, understands current events, knows basic journalism skills, can multi-task, can meet deadlines, can work under pressure, knows html/Flash/ASP.net/Dreamweaver/Javascript/Photoshop/FTP programs. Apply online at www.scripps.com. (3/24)

   — The Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer seeks a breaking news editor (Job #22719) with at least five years of related experience who loves news, is highly competitive, has strong news judgment, is flexible and curious, can juggle multiple priorities, can learn on the fly, can work quickly, whose adrenaline rushes when the team breaks news, can set standards for breaking news/weather/traffic coverage, can supervise the breaking news reporting team, can assure consistent execution of the standards regardless of the time of day, can involve specialty beat reporters and their editors in breaking news situations related to their beats, assure breaking news reporters complete alliterations of the story until all angles are covered, can assure clean quality copy for digital and then print as needed, publish content on all platforms; although the tpical working hours are 8a-6p weekdays, the successful candidate must be in touch evenings and weekends to assure good coverage of bigger breaking news. Apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&career_job_req_id=22719&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=8vRVhL9EaLdMWjU690q5wB6avdU%3d. (3/27)  

   — WKRC-TV, Cincinnati, OH seeks a part-time (20 hours/week) digital content producer with one year experience who is a self starter, can produce/write/edit/post stories/text/video/photos utilizing a CMS and other digital tools, can shore up weekend coverage enriching the station’s digital news presence to seek out and engage with new and diverse audiences; may also participate in editorial meetings and help guide daily and long-range planning for the digital platforms. Apply online at www.sbgi.net/employment. (3/26)

   — WDTN/WBDT-TV, Dayton, OH seek a digital director who can execute a multi-platform newsroom vision based on full leveraging of all aspects of digital media, can manage a digital portfolio of Web sites/apps/projects/initiatives, can keep acute focus on the visualization of new media strategy through customer behavior analysis and customer need identifications, can realize initiatives through defined key performance indicators of growth, can lead digital efforts throughout the station, can oversee digital editorial staff and a project manager, can work with the ND to assure the station’s strategic thinking and brand are evident in daily news production, can help meet revenue goals and can identify with the GSM revenue opportunities. Online links and resume to the WDTN/WBDT-TV HR Dept., 4595 S. Dixie Dr., Moraine, OH 45439 or e-mail jobs@wdtn.com. No calls. (4/2)

   — WLNS-TV, Lansing, MI seeks a digital content supervisor who knows/understands/loves news/Web/digital media, can oversee the Web team, can develop new digital platforms, can communicate effectively in breaking news situations with the newsroom, can design/create/manage Web sites, can manage multiple schedules and projects simultaneously, knows photo and video editing software (Photoshop), knows RSS/SEO/FTP/CMS, has great news judgment, understands social media (especially Facebook and Twitter), can write news, can communicate with all departments, can design ads and sales-related materials, has great ideas and knows how to make them happen. .   E-mail online links and resume to Jam Sardar, ND, at newsdirector@wlns.com. No DVDs or snail mail. (3/30)

 

 

   — Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH: Director of digital media (Job #200DM) who can assure growth and dominance on all digital platforms, will play a key role that includes oversight of the design and functionality of digital platforms, oversight of digital content, assure marketing across all platforms, will serve as station liaison for digital initiatives companywide, can bring vision for expansion of digital marketing, knows how to row Web sites/mobile/social media metrics, knows digital in a local TV setting, is a solid writer and has a high level of initiative. Digital managing editor (Job #200DME) who can drive digital coverage, coordinate publishing and updating of digital content with compelling text and image, will manage breaking news coverage, will assure complementary branding of the online and over-the-air product, can work well in a fast-paced environment, is hands-on, can write/edit/approve/publish content daily, can provide direction and leadership to news and digital staff, can collaborate with other Dispatch properties on special and non-news sections and can analyze digital reports and statistics; must have working knowledge of html, Javascript, dynamic html, cgi, photo editing and publishing (Photoshop) and other common programs; AP style proficiency a must, while supervisory background is strongly preferred. Digital editor (Job #200GM) who will drive the process of publishing news and content on the station Web site, is hands-on, can coordinate daily coverage and content, can work closely with the department to support on-air and branding efforts, can create and implement strategic plans for major event and breaking news coverage, can supervise and train content editors, can write/edit/publish news under sometimes intense deadlines, can apply metrics and has working knowledge of html, Javascript, dynamic html, cgi, photo editing and publishing with Photoshop and AP style. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. (3/26)

   — WCMH-TV, Columbus, OH seeks a digital journalist (Job #CMH-000178) with 2-5 years experience who can develop and nurture contacts, develop unique stories, cover breaking news and follow up on other stories; must shoot/write/edit stories and present them on multiple media platforms; must have a passion for advocacy on the part of the customer, is self-directed, has a high level of creativity and innovation, can enterprise and can create a variety of stories. Apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=CMH-000178. (3/26)

   — WTOL-TV, Toledo, OH seeks a social marketing producer who can work to increase the station’s presence in social media, can write powerful and factual promos that translate into likes/page views/viewers, can manage multiple programs, can meet stringent deadlines, is proficient is Adobe Creative Suite/Facebook/YouTube/Twitter, has working knowledge of code writing and Wide Orbit; background in marketing and/or production preferred. Work samples and resume to Tammy Martin, WTOL-TV, 730 N. Summit St., Toledo, OH 43604 or e-mail tmartin@toledonewsnow.com. (4/16)

   — WTVF, Nashville, TN seeks a part-time Internet news producer with 1-3 years experience who can work independently in a fast-paced environment, knows current issues and events on all levels, is an accomplished writer, knows grammar and spelling, communicates well, can update copy on the station Web site, can aggressively pursue and produce breaking news content, can choose graphics, can produce stories and extra content, can work closely with staff to produce rich and compelling content, can deliver quality work on deadline, can work a flexible schedule that can include holidays, know Web management tools, Photoshop., html, Javascript, Flash and CSS.   Online links, resume, references and letter stating salary history and expectations to Jared Turner, director of new media, WTVF, 474 James Robertson Pkwy., Nashville, TN 37219 or e-mail jturner@jrn.com. (3/26)

   — Chalkbeat Tennessee (Nashville, TN) seeks an education reporter who can cover the state’s role in influencing education policy and practice, education-related stories in the legislature, the state board of education, Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman and a growing set of advocacy groups that seek to influence education in Tennessee; the reporter will also write on how state law translates to daily practice in schools, with a focus on the Metro Nashville Public Schools and the Shelby County Schools; should be mission-driven, entrepreneurial, creative, energetic and a tenacious reporter. E-mail five relevant clips, a resume and a letter outlining your interest in the position to Daarel Burnette, bureau chief, at dburnette@chalkbeat.org. (4/6)

   — WJHL-TV, Johnson City, TN seeks a digital content producer who will post local and breaking news images and other digital elements, is a leader and is dedicated to getting stories online first. Online links and resume to Jennifer Dale, ND, WJHL-TV, 338 E. Main St., Johnson City, TN 37601 or e-mail jdale@wjhl.com. (3/27)

   — KSNT/KTKA/KTMJ-TV, Topeka, KS seeks a part-time digital content producer who will be responsible for posting day-to-day news content, designing and implement key projects, working both independently and with the newsroom and digital staff, can produce content that is accurate and compelling under deadline pressure, is fair/accurate/balanced, is a strong writer, can develop sources, is a good interviewer, and knows the Internet; knowledge of Topeka and NE KS is a plus. Resume to the KSNT-TV HR Dept., 6835 NW Hwy. 24, Topeka, KS 66618 or e-mail HR@kansasfirstnews.com. (4/5)

 

   — KARK/KLRT-TV, Little Rock, AR seeks a digital content producer to join a tech-savvy team who can publish daily content to the station’s Web sites, manage the station’s social media accounts, design graphics and banner ads for the sites, meet deadlines under pressure, edit copy and proofread Web content, track and report on site metrics, utilize Photoshop and html expertise and work a shift that could include nights/weekends/holidays. Resume to Austin Kellerman, ND, KARK/KLRT-TV, 1401 W. Capitol, Little Rock, AR 72201, e-mail akellerman@kark.com or apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   (4/16)

 

   — KTHV-TV, Little Rock, AR seeks an energetic social media producer (Job #26649) who has newsroom experience, is social media-savvy, has strong news judgment, can contribute to breaking news efforts and daily story production for the Web, can produce and present daily segments for broadcast, can gather and share information with the newsroom staff, can update written and visual content for all platforms, is a strong writer, knows grammar and can go on the air smoothly. Tape/DVD/online link, resume and references to the KTHV-TV HR Dept., 720 Izard St., Little Rock, AR 72201 or apply online at www.todaysthv.com.   (3/26)

 

   — KATV, Little Rock, AR seeks a digital executive producer with at least two years online news experience who can keep digital platforms up to date, can execute strategic growth plans, can work with the newsroom, can coordinate all digital efforts with department heads (including production and promotions) can handle and manage stressful situations that include breaking news and severe weather, can implement and deploy specialty Web pages and sections, knows basic html/scripting languages, is an effective oral and written communicator, can work effectively with others, can evaluate and act effectively, is prompt and dependable and is a proficient proofreader. Online links and resume to the KATV HR Dept., Box 77, Little Rock, AR 72203 or e-mail hr@katv.com or ngenty@katv.com. No calls. (3/31)

   — Openings at WBTV, Charlotte, NC: Digital content producer (Job #2014-1846) who can work a flexible schedule that is generally Wednesday-Sunday, can publish news on digital platforms, can cover events in the community, can create photo slideshows and edit video for online use, thrives in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment, projects a positive image for the station and has a news background. Social media coordinator (Job #2014-1767) who will populate social media and mobile platforms with news and other content, working with news and other departments, coaching best practices to help the station achieve digital coals, publishing news content on all platforms, covering news shifts on a fill-in basis, covering events in the community and working in a fast-paced newsroom environment. Apply online at https://careersraycommedia.icims.com. No calls. (4/5)

   — WECT-TV, Wilmington, NC seeks a digital content producer (Job #2013-1466) who can help lead daily efforts for great Web/mobile/social media posting, has a strong news sense, is creative and enthusiastic, is solution-oriented, has a solid journalism background, is a good Web writer, knows AP style, is self-directing, is self-motivating, can work with a diverse group of people, embraces breaking news, wants to be the first to report accurate information on all platforms, writes well and has basic knowledge of World Now, Photoshop, digital video editing and ENPS. No calls. Apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/1466/digital-content-producer/job. (4/5)

   — WXII-TV, Greensboro/Winston-Salem, NC seeks a high-energy and mission-driven social media expert who can be the face of social media efforts for the top-rated station/Web site, can significantly energize social media efforts, will be an on-air presence during newscasts, will help lead and innovate in a fast-paced newsroom, understands consumers/evolving platforms/latest technology, can maintain and update social media accounts, report in newscasts on Web trends/user-generated content/social media/more, can participate in editorial meetings and contribute fresh ideas for newscasts, can analyze and distribute data-rich reports on the performance of campaigns and content, can work with station talent on their own social media efforts and can educate staff on best methods to drive participation/viewership/page views. Online link and resume to Elizabeth Gamble, business mgr., WXII-TV, 700 Coliseum Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27106 or e-mail egamble@hearst.com. (3/30)

   — WACH-TV, Columbia, SC seeks an Internet editor (Job #COL00103) who is a Web-savvy newsie, can help the station grow its digital and broadcast audience with compelling content and innovative ideas, has great journalistic instincts, has outstanding social media know-how, is an impeccable writer, knows grammar, has good diction, can interact with the Web audience in a way that builds loyalty and grows traffic, can assure that published content is searchable, has a firm grasp of the importance oif pushes and alerts to the mobile audience and can develop a strategy to maximize such features. Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send tape/DVD and resume to the WACH-TV HR Dept., 1400 Pickens St., 6th floor, Columbia, SC 29201 or e-mail jobs@wach.com. No calls. (3/27)  

    — AllFreelanceWork.com, and its related sites AllFreelance.com and allFreelanceSearch.com, seek media professionals to write columns and articles.  Columnists must be knowledgeable in a field, and write one article every week or two.  Writers will have their photos placed on each site along with a paragraph about you and your business.  You will be allowed one banner 234 x 60 with each article to be run for thousands of freelancers and employers to see.  Articles should regard breaking into the media field as well as how-tos and techniques.  Becoming an “expert” in your field is a key way to land gigs, and AllFreelanceWork.com has 28,000 subscribers.  Although we don’t pay, the gigs that will likely follow will be well worth it.  If interested, contact //us.mc837.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=allfreelance@comcast.net“>allfreelance@comcast.net.    (Indef.)

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