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— Nebraska Educational Television/Radio (Lincoln, NE) seeks a Morning Edition cut-in host/reporter who has experience and education/training in broadcast journalism, is a good writer, has conversational on-air delivery, can produce news segments and special features, wants to work with an innovative and fast-paced team and can create cross-platform stories for radio/Web/TV. For a complete job description and to apply, go online at http://netnebraska.org/careers.. (10/4)
— Openings at CBS-owned WBBM/WCFS, Chicago: Part-time (Job #26289) writer/producer who can write and/or edit newscasts and news stories for anchors to read on air, can review available stories, can write stories, can schedule stories for air, can bring story ideas to the table, can prepare hourly story lineups, s elects audio, can make initial calls, can conduct recorded interviews, can enter information into computer system and can monitor network feeds for breaking stories. Part-time anchor/reporter (Job #26361) who has an extensive background in radio news, is a strong on-air communicator, is a good reporter and writer, thinks ahead, asks probing questions, can deal with well looming deadlines and high-pressure situations, is curious, has a natural rapport with the audience, brings story ideas to the table, takes direction from the desk, gathers information quickly, conducts interviews and prepares stories for air. Part-time sports anchor/reporter (Job #27510) with the same abilities, a keen knowledge of sports and the ability to work a flexible schedule. Traffic editor (Job #27442) with at least two years experience who is dynamic and talented, can supervise traffic reporting operations, can plan and prepare for upcoming traffic coverage, can multi-task a variety of inbound traffic resources and can assemble data that is to be used within reports; expertise in Chicago-area streets and highways a plus. Full-time (Job #27443) and part-time (Job #27444) traffic reporters with at least two years experience who can voice traffic reports over the air and online, can gather/write/record/edit/deliver traffic reports, provide live reads of sponsors, and cam make station appearances. Apply online at www.cbsradio.com. EOE (9/16)
— CBS-owned WSCR (AM), Chicago seeks a part-time on-air sports reporter/anchor (Job #27511) with at least five years major market experience in a similar job who has strong on-air communications skills and writing expertise, has creative Web knowledge, has good reporting skills, can ask probing questions, can deal with high-pressure situations with ease and grace, can develop story ideas and take direction, can gather information quickly and can prepare stories for air; apply online at http://cbscorporation.jobs/chicago-il/pt-sports-reporteranchor-wscr-am/F851F444FCA442DD8DF96E907F3B7FE2/job/. EOE (9/16)
— WIXN/WRCV/WSEY, Dixon, IL seeks a part-time news reporter-anchor/board operator who can work evenings and weekends, is creative, can present information in a clear and personable tone of voice both one-on-one and in small groups, can operate a control board and digital automation equipment, can utilize reel-to-reel tape machines and CD players; must be well-organized, manage time well, work well without direct supervision and knows remote broadcasting equipment. Apply to the NRG Media HR Dept., 1460 S. College Av., Dixon, IL 61021 or call (815) 288-3341. EOE (10/4)
— WILL (AM)/ Illinois Public Media (Urbana, IL) seeks an education reporter to join an ambitious and growing staff who has an ear for powerful stories that connect communities, has good news judgment, understands the role and importance of great local journalism, loves finding new ways to tell and share stories, wants to learn and grow, is curious, is an active member of the community and can develop unique stories and sources. For a complete job description and to apply, create a job profile at http//jobs.illinois.edu and upload a letter describing your qualifications for the job, a current resume and contact information for three professional references; questions can be taken by Annette Allison at (217) 265-7648 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE (9/21)-
— WSOY (AM), Decatur, IL seeks a GA reporter (multimedia journalist) who can produce news content for over-the-air and digital products on various platforms that include broadcast/Web/social media; must be a good writer, know audio and video production and editing, know current events locally and regionally, be passionate about reporting local news, be hard-working and self-motivated, cover a variety of stories ranging from hard news and features to sports and be open to flexible work schedules and meet all deadlines. Apply to Jeff Daly, PD, at JeffDaly@NeuhoffMedia.com or call (217) 423-9744. EOE (9/25)
— WJBC/WSIQ, Salem, IL seeks a full-time reporter/anchor (multimedia journalist) who can deliver compelling newscasts, and reposition content for other platforms, can add sound/photos/video to stories an knows current events on all levels. Demo, writing samples and resume to Bruce Kropp at email@example.com. EOE (9/30)
— Openings at WTMJ (AM), Milwaukee, WI: Anchor/reporter (Job #13279) with 2-4 years experience who can interact well with show hosts, can conduct live interviews, has plenty of story ideas, can make and maintain contacts with city leaders/law enforcement/state lawmakers/business leaders, has strong written abilities, has strong news judgment, multi-tasks well, has great on-air presentation, is detail-oriented and meets deadlines; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External&r=5000237437906#. Part-time news/traffic anchor/reporter (Job #13328) who can anchor and report traffic and breaking news weekdays and variable weekends; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External#/. (10/4)
— KMBZ, Kansas City, MO seeks full-time (Job #2082) and part-time (Job #2083) reporter/anchors (multimedia journalists) with two years experience who have a commanding and credible on-air presence, have great storytelling ability, excel in Web and social media, can work a flexible shift and can be where news breaks; apply online at https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=ENTERCOM&cws=37&rid=2082 or https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=ENTERCOM&cws=37&rid=2083. if audio files are larger than 4MB, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. (9/16)
— Openings at KMUW-FM, Wichita, KS: Energy and environment reporter who can report news with integrity/fairness/accuracy/civility, can tell stories through a diversity of voices, can produce feature-length and spot news reports for KMUW and the Kansas News Service, can participate in news planning meetings, can generate story ideas, can evaluate over-the-air and Web content, can collaborate with an engagement team on news initiatives and community ascertainment and can assist with community outreach events; apply online at http://kmuw.org/employment#997523 or https://jobs.wichita.edu/postings/11277. GA/Education reporter with the same abilities; apply online at https://jobs.wichita.edu/postings/11276. (10/4)
— KNSS, Topeka, KS seeks a part-time anchor/reporter (Job #1453) who is experienced, can make contacts and can edit audio digitally. Demo and resume to Tony Duesing, 9111 E. Douglas, Suite 130, Wichita, KS 67202 or e-mail email@example.com. (9/16)
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