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— Openings at Wisconsin Public Radio (Madison, WI): Morning news producer with at least one year experience who will stay on top of the news, is a self-starter, thrives in a fast-paced and team-oriented environment, will write for broadcast and the Web, can set up and edit interviews, has good oral and written communications skills and a solid foundation in journalism ethics; for a complete job description and to apply online, go to http://www.wpr.org/morning-news-producer. Mike Simonson investigative news fellow who will have a year-long appointment and the opportunity to gain valuable experience in investigative reporting, producing and filing investigative reports on significant stories of statewide interest; must have good news writing skills, a high-quality on-air sound and either a bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience, for a complete job description or to apply online, go to http://www.wpr.org/investigative-news-fellow. EOE (2/28)
— 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. Apply online at www.cbsradio.com. EOE (2/28)
— CBS-owned WSCR (AM), Chicago seeks a part-time on-air sports anchor (Job #26442) 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/wscr-part-time-sports-on-air-anchor/6EE9758935274B1BACC649BCF6FA3A0D/job/. EOE (2/28)
— Openings at WGIL (AM), Galesburg, IL: Hands-on news director with broadcast journalism experience who has a passion for news, can oversee a three-person department in a small market that has a high level of management and ownership support, has a commitment to local news, can anchor/write/report and has lots of drive; news management background is a plus. Reporter/anchor who can contribute to digital and social media; owned by a group that believes in local radio. Send mp3 demo and resume to Roger Lundeen, GM, WGIL/Galesburg Broadcasting Co., at email@example.com. EOE (2/22)
— WTAX (AM), Springfield, IL seeks a part-time anchor/reporter who is dynamic and hard-hitting, knows how to edit digital audio, can cover city council and school board meetings, can be ba back-up for the station’s statehouse reporter, can operate a control board and can host local news and interview programs as needed. Apply to Will Stevenson, director of news and programming, WTAX (AM), at firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE (2/11)
** 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 (3/3)
— WTMJ (AM), Milwaukee, WI seeks a part-time news and traffic anchor/reporter (Job #12551) who can work overnights and weekends, has a flexible schedule, can make and maintain contacts, can connect listeners by social media and can post content to the station’ Web site; must b e a strong writer, have good news judgment, and can edit digital audio. Apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External. EOE (2/8)
— Openings at WFPL-FM, Louisville (KY) Public Media: Investigative reporter who is experienced and hard-hitting, is hungry for good stories, is passionate about accountability journalism, can tackle stories about money in politics/government/institutions that affect Kentuckians, is curious, has good news judgment, has a sharp eye for broader issues and themes, can produce stories on different platforms, thinks creatively about storytelling, appreciates data, is comfortable with documents and considers public records your co-pilot. Online links, resume and references to the Louisville Public Media HR Dept., 619 S. Fourth St., Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail email@example.com. EOE (2/28)
— WBT-AM/FM, Charlotte, NC seek an anchor/reporter who is experienced, can generate content for use on air and on digital platforms, is familiar with working under regular every half hour newscast deadlines, is a good news writer, can prepare for stories for use in newscasts during other dayparts, can cover and generate stories and has good We and social media skills, with the ability to update station Web platforms with news content. Apply online at http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ENTERCOM&cws=1&rid=2024. EOE (2/9)
— Openings at WORD-FM, Greenville, SC: Enthusiastic, aggressive and high-energy reporter/anchor with at least three years experience who has excellent news chops and writing skills, understands what makes great news and information content on the radio, is forward-thinking about digital media and social networking, has an eye on what’s next when it comes to developing the medium, can cover a beat, can produce stories daily, can produce in-depth features, can produce special reports as assigned, can produce online content, is mobile to cover news on the scene and in the field, has a recent edition smart phone, has reliable transportation, has a track record of network story contributions, pays attention to detail, can meet daily deadlines under pressure and can deal effectively with simultaneous tasks. Part-time reporter/anchors with at least two years experience and the same abilities. Apply online at at http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/searchResults.jsp;jsessionid=278D12626B00CA207A4E0E477A8369FE?org=ENTERCOM&cws=1. No calls. (2/9)
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