Television JobFile

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TELEVISION NETWORK/SYNDICATION:

— Wisconsin Public Television (Madison, WI) seeks a videographer/editor (Job #11749) who can skillfully use creative video storytelling combined with solid editorial judgment to craft broadcast/online/non-broadcast productions; must be a good communicator, have a desire to learn and have a proactive attitude.  Pay $48K-$48K/year.  For a complete job description, and to apply, go online to http://wpt.org/AboutWPT/Employment/videographer-editor.    EOE   (2/8)

 

TELEVISION:

— Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago:  Per diem newswriter/producer (Job #25437) who can write news copy for anchors, can work well under extreme deadline pressure, can screen and edit from both linear and non-linear sources to select relevant and engaging pictures and sound, can work closely with videographers on breaking news and special assignments, can do vacation-relief show producing and can work a schedule that includes overnights/weekends/holidays.  Per diem desk assistant (Job #26937) who can assist assignment editors/reporter/producers, can follow up on tips, can answer questions from the public, can conduct interviews as needed, can organize printed scripts and can run the assignment desk as needed.  Apply online at www.cbscorporation.com/careers.   EOE   (2/28)

— Openings at NBC-owned WMAQ-TV Chicago:  Assistant news director (Job #30411BR) who will oversee day-to-day operations of the department, will report to the VP/News, will execute the strategic mission of the news organization, will assure that the highest levels of journalistic/legal/production/promotional standards are maintained, can manage big story and breaking news coverage on-air, can oversee and manage station investigative and consumer units, can oversee news promotional strategy, can be present at all editorial meetings, can conduct newscast post-mortems, can develop and train staff, can approve staff schedules and can grow collaboration with Telemundo/WSNS-TV on daily stories/investigations/special projects.  Anchor/reporter (Job #29285BR) with at least three years experience who can also report, can supervise the editing of or edit video, can help write scripts/lead-ins/cues/bridges as requested, can travel when needed, can work long hours on short notice, can work a varied schedule and can make personal appearances on the station’s behalf.  Apply online at http://www.nbcunicareers.com/search_nbc.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago:  Newswriter/fill-in producer (Job #366009BR) who is creative and nimble, can produce any show, can write for various newscasts, has rock-solid news judgment, knows how to enhance a story using video/graphics/production techniques, knows desktop editing and can work morning/evening/weekend shifts; apply online at https://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/chicago/newswriter-fill-in-producer/391/2006397 GA reporter (Job #395579BR) who is experienced, is enterprising and energetic, can cover a range of topics in a thoughtful and lively manner, can gather and report news for all platforms, pitches interesting stories, works sources to break news and bring energy to reporting through good writing/visuals/live shots, works well under intense deadline pressure, is a solid writer, engages with the digital audience and knows how to shoot and edit video; apply online at https://xjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&noback=0&partnerid=25348&siteid=5039&jobid=397436Weekend morning anchor/GA reporter (Job #413924BR) with the same abilities who can co-anchor a four-hour weekend morning black; apply online at https://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/chicago/weekend-morning-anchor-general-assignment-reporter/391/3499201.  DVD/online link and resume to Jennifer Graves, VP/ND, WLS-TV, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601 or apply online at www.disneycareers.com.  No calls.  EOE   (2/28)

** Openings at WGN-TV, Chicago:  Supervising producer with top-20 market experience who has great news judgment, knows how to craft a creative rundown, can work as part of a team to craft a unique daily broadcast that is grounded in news but is driven by segments that include live entertainment/interviews/lifestyle/conversational, is a strong writer, is well-organized, knows digital technology and works well with others.  Videographer/editor with 3-5 years experience who can operate cameras, edit video, operate microwave equipment, knows spot news, has an eye for creative storytelling, can lift and carry  heavy equipment and can work various shifts; familiarity with Chicago city streets, Final Cut Pro and X a plus.  Per diem GA reporter who can collect/write/narrate stories, cover news conferences, enterprise assignments, go live smoothly and have sharp Internet production skills; anchoring experience is a plus.  Part-time morning producer who has a “can-do” team approach, enjoys breaking news, has good news judgment, showcases storytellers, can produce powerful previews and can pitch in on the demanding and ordinary work that oes into newscasts.  Tape/DVD and resume to the WGN-TV HR Dept., 2501 W. Bradley Pl, Chicago, IL 60618, fax (773) 528-1387 or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  EOE   (2/28)

— Openings at Telemundo-owned WSNS-TV, Chicago: Sports anchor (Job #30981BR) with 3-5 years experience who is fluent in Spanish and English for Spanish-language sportscasts, can deliver sports in an engaging/creative/dynamic manner, can provide input to the show producer, can incorporate all graphics/banners/scores/other content and be engaged in social media efforts.  Meteorologist/reporter (Job #30913BR) with at least three years on-air forecasting experience who has an ABM/CBM/NWA seal or can begin the process, can deliver personable/accurate forecasts in Spanish on-air, knows Doppler Radar and satellite maps, knows computer graphics systems such as WSI/Weather Central/Accuweather, can ad-lib effortlessly and can be available for all severe weather situations.    Dynamic, dedicated and resourceful reporter (Job #30203BR) with at least three years experience who can work with producers and assignment editors on story ideas and development, writes well in both Spanish and English, produces finished stories that are accurate/fair/balanced, can go live smoothly, can build relationships in the community that will yield story leads, is a strong storyteller and can report from the studio or on locations.  Apply online at www.nbcunicareers.com/search_nbc.  EOE   (2/8)

** Openings at WREX-TV, Rockford, IL: Experienced assignment editor who can manage content and staff beyond traditional broadcast news, can find/create/follow through on stories that make a difference, is detail-oriented, is content-focused, knows how to research and dig up stories, can multitask, has solid news judgment and can integrate digital and broadcast coverage.  Producer who is creative and is ready to lead a highly-rated newscast.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is dynamic and can focus on the video portion of the job; apply to Josh Morgan, ND, at jmorgan@wrex.com.   EOE   (2/28)

— Openings at WTVO/WQRF-TV, Rockford, IL:  Producer (Job #3467) with at least two years experience who wants to learn every aspect of TV news from on-air to digital, shows initiative and is well-rounded; apply, with demo reel, to https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3467.    EOE   (1/28)

— Openings at WHBF-TV, Rock Island, ILWeekend anchor/reporter(Job #3623) who can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms, is well organized, communicates well, can break exclusive and enterprise stories, is adept at breaking news and live coverage, brings story ideas to the table daily, writes concisely, can copy edit, can produce special reports and keeps track of follow-up opportunities; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3623Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) (Job #2652)who can produce/report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed stories that are clear/engaging/meaningful to viewers, can arrange interviews, can evaluate notes, can research and analyze background information, can pitch story ideas, can revise work as ended, can produce and present reports for all platforms, can interact with viewers and can perform special projects as assigned; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/2652.  News and sports reporter/videographer (Job #3326) who can cover the Iowa Hawkeyes for three markets, loves sports, wants to win coverage of the big events, can plan/produce/report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed content for both news and sports in a clear/engaging/meaningful manner and can write for all platforms; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3326.  EOE  (2/23)

 

—  Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, ILMeteorologist who is proficient in radar analysis, is an accurate forecaster and can present breaking weather information calmly yet authoritatively during wall-to-wall emergencies; background with MAX and MAX Storm, MAX Studio and Magic Trak is a plus  E-mail online link of your work, resume and references to Chad Mahoney, ND, at cmahoney@wgem.com.   EOE   (3/28)

— Openings at KHQA-TV, Quincy, IL:  Producer (Job #5715) who is experienced, can produce assigned newscasts and post to the Web, can push breaking news, can clip the latest video, can work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories, can develop new content for digital platforms, works well under pressure and frequent deadlines is a newsroom leader, can execute news strategies, is a problem-solver and is flexible. Reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #6609) who can write stories, is clear and concise, can write/shoot/edit well, can write broadcast or Web style, is an active participant in social media, is innovative and personable, possesses good skills and has a dynamic on-air presence; should be outgoing/curious/able to work independently.  Part-time sports videographer (Job #7189) who is creative and dedicated, can shoot full HD on media cards, can edit on desktops and laptops, has strong non-linear editing skills and has great people skills.  Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send work samples, resume and personal/professional references to Kristen Hamilton, ND, KHQA-TV, 301 S. 35th St., Quincy, IL 62301.  EOE   (2/8)

** Openings at WCIA-TV, Champaign, IL: Weekend anchor-producer/reporter-videographer (Job #3607) who can anchor and produce on weekends and can report during the week; this person will be first in line to fill-in anchor primary newscasts; must be passionate about storytelling, be able to connect with viewers, can deliver memorable moments that bring stories and newscasts to life, be a newsroom leader, deliver enterprise stories, multi-task well and display good news judgment; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3607, then send demo with a letter of introduction to Rich Flesch, ND, at rflesch@wcia.com.  Reporter/videographer (Job #2707) who can focus on politics and investigations, can break legislative stories, can provide content to sister stations statewide and can produce and host a weekly political talk show; apply to Rich Flesch, ND, or e-mail rflesch@wcia.com.   Videographer (Job #3466) who is talented, can shoot and edit a variety of stories with high production values/strong pace/good visual storytelling technique, takes a high-energy approach, has a commitment to excellence and has the drive to bring home the lead story each day; apply to Rich Flesch, ND, WCIA-TV, 509 S. Neil St., Champaign, IL 61820 or e-mail rflesch@wcia.com.   EOE   (2/28)

** WCCU-TV, Champaign, IL seeks a reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can report/shoot/edit/deliver a variety of stories, enterprise story ideas, develop and maintain contacts and produce daily content for all platforms; apply online at www.sbgi.net/sbgi-careers.  EOE   (2/27)–

 

— Openings at WEEK/WHOI-TV, Peoria, IL: Assistant news director who is a natural leader, is inspired and inspiring, wants to work with an expanding staff and is a hands-on manager who is the best journalist in the shop.  Executive producer who is a take-charge, second-in-command  leader, can help guide the station to a future that goes far beyond broadcast news, can function as the hub of the newsroom and will serve as primary editorial decision maker for all platforms.  Producer who is creative/engaging/energetic/outgoing, has a positive attitude, is highly motivated, is a self-starter, is a newsroom leader and decision maker, can write well, can showcase stories, is a creative thinker and has a strong work ethic.  Weekend sports anchor who is energetic, knows that local coverage is more than scores and highlights and means great human interest stories and compelling storytelling; must  also network with teams and coaches to enterprise and break sports stories.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is passionate about winning local news, is well-organized, has great news judgment, is a team player, can deliver content for all platforms and can shoot/write/edit well. Associate producer who can cover stories in the field, can shoot sports highlights, can assist with the writing/editing/shooting of stories and can work with producers.  Chief meteorologist with at least three years over-the-air forecasting experience who knows how to cover severe weather that can include tornadoes/hail/blizzards/floods and can produce segments for use on all platforms; must have NWS or AMS seal; station has new WSI MAX system.  Current work samples and resume to Mark DeSantis, VP/GM, WEEK/WHOI-TV, 2907 Springfield Rd., E. Peoria, IL 61611 or e-mail mdesantis@week.com.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WMBD/WYZZ-TV, Peoria, IL:  News director (Job #3471) who is aggressive and forward-thinking, is a hands-on manager, has a track record for coaching and developing talent, has solid journalism skills, owns the big story, has a passion for breaking news and severe weather coverage and a vision for storytelling and programming. Experienced reporter/fill-in anchor (Job #3242) who knows how to tell a story, can go live every day, can work on stories for the next day, is a self-starter, won’t need hand-holding, can work with a videographer and knows iNews/Premiere/ Bit Central.  Weekend sports anchor/reporter (Job #3342) who will be the primary presenter of weekend sports stories and other content for all platforms in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful, can cover sporting events during the week, can assist in writing/copy editing/researching/coordinating sports content, responds quickly to breaking news/sports, shoots video, goes live smoothly, maintains video equipment and takes part in promotional activities and public appearances.  Sports reporter (Job #3626) with the same abilities.  Videographer (Job #3544) with at least two years experience who can shoot video of a variety of assignments, can set up/compose/execute video shots, can maintain video equipment, can edit video for newscasts and digital platforms, can operate live trucks, can prioritize wll, can multi-task and can meet all deadlines, no matter what the shift.  Apply online at www.ciproud.com/work.for.us.   EOE   (2/28)

— Openings at WICS/WRSP-TV, Springfield, IL:  Assistant news director (Job #6977) who can work closely with the ND/AE/staff on newscasts and their content, can determine content and flow of newscasts, can oversee the generation and writing of stories, can recommend content for the Web site, can manage day-to-day news operations with an emphasis on showcasing and breaking news, can direct a staff that produces 40 hours of local news weekly, can review daily newscasts to assure quality control and brand compliance, can help develop marketing plans and establish and meet ratings goals.  Sports director (Job #7167) who will anchor weeknight sportscasts on both stations, shoot/write/edit video and cover the University of Illinois and HS sports; must be creative and hard-working.  Experienced weekday evening producer (Job #7410) who will work closely with the ND/AND/director/assignment desk in assembling newscasts and their content, will determine content and flow of newscasts, work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and develop content for Web sites.  Experienced weekday evening anchor (Job #6979) who can bring value to the Springfield-Champaign-Decatur market and is a newsroom leader; must report special in-depth accountability stories, be social media savvy and can promote and share what is happening to viewers across all platforms.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #6894 and 6898) with at least one year reporting experience who is creative and dedicated, can see beyond the lens, can bring back compelling stories, does smooth live shots, can cover day-to-day general news and in-depth feature and investigative assignment using full HD equipment on P2 media cards and editing on Avid desktops and laptops; must have a strong work ethic, have a great attitude, have a passion for storytelling and produce good stories under tight deadlines; LiveU background a plus. Morning video editor (Job #7411) with at least one year experience who can take in feeds, can collaborate with staff on video elements of newscasts, can meet all deadlines, thrives in a high-energy working environment, can shoot video as needed and maintains a professional work environment.  DVD or online link and resume to the WICS-TV ND, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62704 or apply online (preferred) at www.sbgi.net.  EOE   (2/10)–

— Openings at WAND-TV, Decatur, IL:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is competitive, is energetic, is ethical, has strong storytelling skills, is enterprising and is passionate about news; apply to Morgan Trump at morgan.trump@wandtv.comProducer who can become a newsroom leader, can make decisions and then execute a coverage plan on-air, excels at breaking news, has good news judgment and has strong writing and teasing skills; apply to Morgan Trump, AND, WAND-TV, 904 W. Southside Dr., Decatur, IL 62521or e-mail morgan.trump@wandtv.com   EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL:  Producer with at least one year experience who can work the morning shift or the evening shift, is a strong writer, pays attention to detail, has solid news judgment, thrives on breaking news and uses social media to communicate with viewers; experience with ENPS and FinalCut Pro helpful.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with 1-2 years experience who can write/shoot/edit under deadline pressure, is enterprising and knows how to develop sources and a beat.  Part-time (25 hours/week) video editor who is a team player and can meet daily deadlines must know FinalCut Pro or similar video editing software. Tape/DVD and resume to Mike Snuffer, ND, WSIL-TV, 1416 Country Aire Dr., Carterville, IL 62919 or e-mail msnuffer@wsiltv.com.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Weekend anchor/reporter(Job #12519) who can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms, is well organized, communicates well, can break exclusive and enterprise stories, is adept at breaking news and live coverage, brings story ideas to the table daily, writes concisely, can copy edit, can produce special reports and keeps track of follow-up opportunities; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #12518) with 2-4 years experience who can come to editorial meetings with developed lead story ideas, can write and edit copy that is accurate/concise/compelling, can review copy for accuracy, can stay in touch with the assignment desk about assignments, can develop contacts, can break stories, can post to all platforms, can produce special reports, can set up personal story files, can keep track of follow-up opportunities, can respond quickly to breaking news, can go live smoothly and can participate in community events as a station representative; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=ExternalExperienced investigative reporter (Job #12347) who can research/report/develop/produce high-impact stories for digital and broadcast; must have a desire to spur change through great reporting and storytelling; must be a team player who works closely with others to assure that the company’s mission and values are integrated into editorial content; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External.   Video editor (Job #12441) who can create compelling stories from visual content and audio, can work with producers/reporters/videographers to assure a high quality product, can maintain the video archive, is creative, has good news judgment, reacts quickly to breaking news, gathers story-related sound and video on a timely basis and collaborates with affiliates on breaking news; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=ExternalPart-time overnight video editor (Job #12436) with the same abilities; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WDJT/WMLW/WYTU/Telemundo Wisconsin/Weigel Broadcasting, Milwaukee, WI:  Morning executive producer for news content with at least two years EP experience who can lead the morning/noon newscast team, will be responsible for online/digital content and executing the big picture plans developed in collaboration with the ND and AND, can supervise the staff gathering and producing news content for all platforms, can approve rundowns and scripts, can work with morning and noon reporters and videographers, can contribute to short- and long-term planning, can help schedule producers and other staff, has good news judgment, understands the importance of breaking news and severe weather coverage, is a good team-builder and problem-solver, can fill in as a line producer as needed, has good copy editing skills, understands branding, can drive social media content, can manage post-newscast meetings and follow-up on newscasts with a strong sense of innovation and a desire to win; apply online at http://www.Click2Apply.net/5txwv6fqq4.  Morning co-anchor/reporter-videographer who knows current events, has a flexible schedule, is a self-starter, has good news judgment, is a strong writer, does solid live shots, can anchor a 2-1/2 hour morning show and can create news and feature packages that will air later in the day and Sundays.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can take assignments, evaluate news leads and tips, organize material shoot video and still photos, give smooth live shots and can write and produce quality stories for all platforms; Weekday morning meteorologist (AMS/CBM seal preferred) with at least two years experience who loves telling an understandable forecast, is ready to be challenged by the four seasons of SE Wisconsin, can cover severe weather, can work with a brand new WSI TruVu Max weather system with Max Sky and Max Storm with dedicated weather watchers; apply online at http://www.Click2Apply.net/s3jfpnv3dx.  Send tape/DVD and resume where not otherwise indicated to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 and apply online at www.cbs58.com/category/306511/job-openings-at-weigel-broadcasting-milwaukee. EOE  (2/10)

— Openings at WLUK-TV, Green Bay, WI:  Producer (Job #7137) for a top-rated morning show who thrives on creative journalism, can combine hard news and morning information, can produce digital content, can determine the content and flow of newscasts, can work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and can develop content for the station Web site. Sports reporter/anchor (Job #6725) who can cover sports at all levels, ranging from HS to the Packers, can work under deadline pressure, is flexible, can go live smoothly, can write/shoot/edit video, can upload all material to digital platforms and can produce extended sports programming with opportunities for long-form content; apply online at https://sbgtv-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=6110&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993576&company_id=17011&version=1&byBusinessUnit=95&bycountry=0&bystate=0&byRegion=&bylocation=&keywords=news&byCat=NULL&proximityCountry=&postalCode=&radiusDistance=&isKilometers=&tosearch=yes&city=.   News production assistant (Job #6618); apply online at https://sbgtv-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobsearch&byBusinessUnit=95, then send online link and resume to Juli Buehler, ND, WLUK-TV, 787 Lombardi Av., Green Bay, WI 54304 or email juli.buehler@wluk.com.  (2/8)

—  Openings at WXOW/WQOW-TV, Eau Claire, WI:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a creative storyteller, will fight for the lead story, will showcase work on multiple platforms each day, can handle breaking news, does live shots with confidence and ease, can work a beat and has solid writing and editing skills. Part-time news and sports videographer who can shoot and edit for daily newscasts and digital platforms, is competitive, has a team attitude and has Web and social media background; background with iNews and Media Composer a plus.  Demo and resume to Dan Schillinger, ND, WQOW-TV, at dschillinger@wqow.com.  (2/8)

— Openings at WRTV, Indianapolis, IN:  Dayside executive producer (Job #12587) who is an experienced journalist, can demonstrate excellence on all platforms, can inspire colleagues daily too do their best work, can manage content, can showcase across multiple platforms, can review content, can enhance and support content, can supervise writing, can manage schedule/OT/performance reviews and can monitor Web analytics on a daily basis.  Top-notch, hands-on producer (Job #12250) who can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms, utilizes strong news/journalistic/organizational/communication skills and can take responsibility for writing/story development/showcasing.  who wants to grow a news management career, can lead an experienced team, will have three crews, a helicopter and two meteorologists, is a leader, can calmly and confidently lead the team to success each day, produces a fast-paced and urgent newscast and takes pride in its digital and social products.  Reporter/anchor (multimedia journalist – Job #12062) who can gather/write/present news reports, can research and develop stories, can report live smoothly, can anchor on weekends and other times when needed and can perform community service activities for the station.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #12060 and 12063) who can gather/write/present news reports, can research and develop stories and can report live smoothly.  Apply to the WRTV HR Dept., 1330 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202 or apply online at http://www.scripps.com/careers/find-a-job.  (2/8)

— Openings at WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN: Producer (Job #300AM) with experience who can seek out and present relevant and immediate stories with a keen eye toward the important news of the day and enterprise; must be a self-starter who is consistent, is creative, is in charge, is flexible and is energetic.  Meteorologist (Job #300NM) with 3-5 years experience who has strong on-air delivery skills, can deliver the story with the science background to back you up, is clear and concise, can produce graphics and maps that focus on the weather story, can occasionally report live from the field during severe/winter weather events and can make public appearances on behalf of the station.  Apply online at www.dispathbroadcast.com.  (2/23)

— Openings at WNDU-TV, South Bend, IN:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #16-15) who can report/write/shoot/edit/operate a live truck or backpack, post video and stories to the Web and whatever else is needed that day.  Producer (Job #16-14) with 1-2 years experience who can put together newscasts that are interesting/intelligent/viewer-friendly/local, can write conversationally, can set up anchors to win and has strong editorial and people skills.  Associate producer (Job #16-12) who can write copy, can assist the newscast producer, can update the Web site, can put video on the Web, can shoot and edit video, can organize scripts, can run a TelePrompTer and can work an evening/weekend schedule; entry-level job.  Online links and resume to C.J. Beutien, ND, WNDU-TV, 54515 SR 933, South Bend, IN 46637 or e-mail cj.beutien@wndu.com.  (2/23)

— Openings at WBND-LP, South Bend, IN:  Experienced anchor/reporter-videographer for its weekday evening newscasts who is a good storyteller, is personable, is a versatile communicator, has exceptional anchoring/reporting/writing skills for all platforms, has a passion for news and excels at breaking news coverage from the desk or in the field. Experienced producer who is motivated, is energized, is an exceptional writer, can evaluate news stories, can coordinate the work flow, can work independently and manage others, can succeed under pressure and is innovative; background with iNews is a plus.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can tell great stories through words/pictures/editing, is a good storyteller, has a superior ability to develop/research/write/shoot/produce/edit three to four stories a day, is highly-energetic, can work any hour, is a self-starter, has a great attitude and can work with minimal supervision.  Entry-level video editor who can shoot some stories in addition to editing stories for newscasts, has an eye for detail, is happy to work under pressure and can meet all deadlines.  DVD/online link and resume to Aaron Ramey, ND, WBND-LP, 53550 Generations Dr., South Bend, IN 46635 or e-mail humanresources@abc57.com.  (2/8)

— Openings at WPTA-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who loves the excitement of handling breaking news, has a passion for enterprising stories that make a difference, and has a record of aggressively using social media to engage and respond to the community.  Apply online, with links and references, to Merry Ewing,GM, at mewing@21alive.com.  (2/8)

— Openings at WFFT-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN:  Sports director (Job #2678) who can anchor sports Monday through Thursday night and co-anchor the station’s Friday sports show; must be a good storyteller, can make sports moments memorable, is not afraid to be critical, can lead the department and do planning and can shoot/edit/write sports stories and highlights each shift, apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/2678.    Weekend anchor/reporter (Job #466) who has a strong presence on and off the anchor desk, is a newsroom leader and teacher, is an anchor who strives to get out into the community and can shoot/edit/report; must be proficient in producing a newscast; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/466.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #3488) who is confident and comfortable under pressure, can put together compelling stories with the goal of helping viewers and digital users, can collect and analyze facts, can conduct interviews and provides material in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3488.  (2/8)

— Openings at WTWO-TV, Terre Haute, IN:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #3060) who can arrange interviews, review copy, correct errors in content/grammar/punctuation, determine a story’s emphasis/length/format, pitches stories, gather information, take assignments, evaluate leads and tips, writes stories for the Web, interacts with viewers and performs special projects as assigned; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3060Videographer (Job #3345) who can shoot video, can set up/compose/execute video shoots, can maintain equipment, can edit video and can operate live microwave and satellite trucks; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3345.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WFIE-TV, Evansville, IN:  Assistant news director (Job #2016-5088) who can help lead a top-rated staff, knows how to win, likes a challenge, has proven motivation/delegation/people management skills, can create compelling stories and promotion for TV/Web/mobile, is a great writer, is a good strategic planner, can evaluate and critique employees, can use research to come up with new strategies and has a background in producing and/or reporting; background with ENPS and server-based workflow is a plus. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2016-5996, 2016-5995 and 2016-5605) with at least 1-2 years experience who can tell memorable stories, responds quickly to breaking stories, can shoot using PS HD cameras and edit on non-linear programs, has strong news judgment, has a keen sense of logistics, works well under pressure, goes live smoothly and can file for all platforms.  Apply with online link to current work to Maria Hillenbrand, WFIE-TV, at mhillenbrand@14news.com or http://careers-raycommedia.icims.com.   No calls.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WOI-TV, Des Moines, IA:  Producer (Job #1305) who can decide the order of stories, write teases and other content, time news programming, edit video, post to digital platforms, approve scripts, balance news and feature content, edit video and interact with viewers on social media sites; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1305Videographer (Job #3575) who can shoot a variety of assignments, can maintain video equipment, operatives live trucks safely and communicates well with other personnel on assignments/logistics/shot assignments; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3575.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist — Job #1979) who can report, voice, shoot video, set-up/compose/execute video shoots, can maintain equipment, can operate ENG/SNG trucks and can edit video for air; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1979, then send DVD and resume to the WOI-TV HR Dept,, 3903 Westown Pkwy., West Des Moines, IA 50266, call (515) 457-9645, or fax (515) 457-1034.  (2/15)

— Openings at KCCI-TV, Des Moines, IA:  Reporter/anchor (Job #1659) who is dynamic, can generate leadable story ideas, writes well to video, does engaging live shots, demonstrates credibility/poise/personality, thinks visually, has strong news judgment and ethics and contributes pictures/video/text to all platforms; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/943166/Reporter-Anchor/. Part-time reporter (Job #1864) with the same abilities; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/1000771/News-Reporter/.  Part-time producer (Job #1710) who can work weekend mornings, wants to get a foot in the door, can write for broadcast, has sound news judgment, thinks visually, produces a newscast that is fast-paced and urgent, knows non-linear editing, is clam under pressure and works well in a team environment; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/973010/Newscast-Producer/.  (2/23)

 

— Openings at KCAU-TV, Sioux City, IA:  Anchor/producer (Job #2929) who can present stories and other content for all platforms in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful, can assist in writing/copy editing/researching/coordinating newscasts, can report as needed and responds quickly to breaking news; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/2929.   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #3189) who can report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed stories for all platforms in a clear/engaging/meaningful way, can pitch story idea, can write for broadcast and the Web, interacts well with viewers on social media and can review and correct copy as needed, can evaluate leads and knows current events at all levels; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3189.  Morning meteorologist (Job #3632) who can forecast conditions, can produce and anchor weathercasts, can produce/report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed news production content to all platforms in a manner that is engaging/clear/meaningful, can write and edit copy and can respond quickly and authoritatively to severe weather; apply online at  https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3632.  (2/23)

 

— Openings at KTIV-TV, Sioux City, IA:  Morning anchor/producer who can co-anchor the two-hour newscast weekdays, can feature fresh  overnight news and weather, can do local updates, can prepare viewers for the day ahead, is hard-working and can create an experience for viewers, not simply write and organize copy.  Resume, references and a letter stating news philosophy to Bridget Breen, station mgr., KTIV-TV, 3315 Floyd Blvd., Sioux City, IA 51108 or e-mail bbreen@ktiv.com.  (2/23)

** KWWL-TV, Waterloo, IA seeks a videographer who is ambitious and talented, can produce content for use on all platforms, can work with state-of-the-art HD equipment, knows or can learn cellular backpacks and can cover big-time collegiate sports that includes Iowa, Iowa State and  University of Northern Iowa athletics.  DVD/;online link and resume to Shane Moreland, ND, KWWL-TV, 500 E. Fourth St., Waterloo, IA 50703 or e-mail emoreland@kwwl.com.  (2/28)

— Openings at KCTV/KSMO-TV, Kansas City, MO: Newscaster (Job #JR02783 and JR02849) who can develop/write/report stories daily live and on tape, can gather/package/broker information about news topics,, generates enterprise story ideas, cultivates news sources, is up to date on current events at all levels, provides daily story notes outlining ideas for future stories, provides progress reports and serves as a community ambassador for the news department.  Apply online at www.meredith.com/careers.  (2/23)

— Openings at KSHB-TV, Kansas City, MO:  Producer (Job #12164) who creates/coordinates/executes newscasts, provides editorial and production director to associate producers and field crews regarding content/coordination/newscast execution and is a newsroom leader seeking a challenging opportunity. Videographer (Job #12598 and 12601) with 3-5 years experience who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms, can operate a live truck, camera and editing equipment, shows creativity, showed good editorial judgment and can write and post to the Web and for broadcast.  Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers.  (2/23)

— Openings at WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO: Producer with at least one year of TV news producing experience who is a strong writer, knows computers, communicates effectively with co-workers and managers, is a strong writer on all platforms, can produce a dynamic newscast that can hold and grow an audience, is well organized, is detail-oriented, communicates well, is capable ot completing multiple complex tasks on deadline and can assess news tips.  Online link to one or more newscasts and resume to Tracy Brogden Miller, VP/News, WDAF-TV, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108 or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  No calls.  (2/15)

— Openings at KMBC/KCWE-TV, Kansas City, MO: Anchor-reporter/videographer (Job #1383) who can bring the energy of live reporting to the anchor desk, is not afraid to head into the field to break the b ig stories, can enterprise exclusives, can tell compelling stories, can execute energetic live shots with or without a videographer and can contribute photos/video/text updates to online platforms.  Videographer (Job #1875) who is self-motivated, wants to win each day, has solid editing skills, is tech savvy, is up-to-date on the medium, can post video/photos/stories daily, knows how to safely operate a live truck and can work any shift.  Meteorologist (Job #1895) who is highly-skilled and high-energy, has a passion for weather and creative storytelling, can utilize the latest in weather technology to create weathercasts that are accurate/compelling/easy to understand.  Tape/DVD and resume to Sherrie Brown, ND, KMBC/KCWE-TV, 6455 Winchester Av., Kansas City, MO 64133.  No calls.  (2/8)

— Openings at KSNF-TV, Joplin, MO:  Anchor (Job #2547 and 3299) who is a newsroom leader, communicates well, is a natural storyteller, writes well, has terrific on-air skills/presence/energy, has a great attitude,  has a superior work ethic, has a passion for gathering/reporting/delivering the news, can present stories for all platforms, assists in copy editing/researching/coordinating news programming, can report when needed, responds to breaking news and  other urgent newsroom matters, writes content for all platforms and interacts with viewers on social media; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/2547 or https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3299.    (2/8)

— Openings at  WAVE-TV, Louisville, KY: Assistant news specialists (Job #2016-6102) who can write well, understands the power of social media, can operate TelePrompTer/studio cameras/audio/graphics generators and wants to become a producer; must be available to work early mornings, late nights and weekends. Apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6102/assistant-news-specialist/job.  No calls.  (2/8)

— Openings at WHAS-TV, Louisville, KY: Reporter/videographer who is a visual storyteller, is multi-skilled, can develop story ideas, can write/shoot/air stories, can deliver on-air news events in a concise and accurate manner, can research for facts and credibility, can develop sources, can substitute anchor, can write and produce material for digital platforms and social media, can write/report/shoot/edit spot news and respond quickly when news breaks, goes live smoothly works well under pressure, meets deadlines, interacts productively and positively with staff and viewers and knows multiplatform newsgathering tools and resources.  Producer who can write/create/produce exciting/informative/interesting newscasts and material for use on all platforms, multi-tasks well, is a creative problem solver, has strong news judgment, can use social media and digital tools skillfully. Videographer/editor who is highly skilled, is artistic, can tell great stories with or without a reporter in all platforms, creates unique and exciting content, can write and post daily on all digital platforms, uses creative production techniques, can make and maintain sources, can shoot all types o stories and can contribute to editorial meetings.  Part-time associate producer who can write/create/product exciting and interesting news content and newscasts, can multi-task well is a creative problem-solver, thinks creatively, uses social media and digital tools and can evaluate local/state/national/international stories.  Resume to Terrence Spence, HR dir., WHAS-TV, 520 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, KY 40202, fax (502) 582-7543 or e-mail whas11jobs@whas11.com with the subject line of your name and the position.  (2/8)

— Openings at WKYT-TV, Lexington, KY:  Producer who is dynamic, can create/lead/organize content, has strong editorial/journalistic/organizational/communication skills, can develop and organize a newscast, can write well, can develop and showcase stories, can work closely with managers and assignment editors, can enhance with graphics, can edit video for multiple platforms, is a self-starter and can operate state-of-the-art TV news equipment.  Meteorologist/reporter-videographer who can produce/anchor weekend morning weathercasts, can anchor special weather programs/Webcasts/coverage, embraces the reporting part of the job and can deliver compelling stories of all types.  Online link and resume to Robert Thomas, ND, WKYT-TV, 2851 Winchester Rd., Lexington, KY 40509 or e-mail rthomas@wkyt.com.  (2/8)

— Openings at WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY: Morning anchor/reporter-videographer who is self-motivated/aggressive/enterprising/intellectually curious/creative/well-organized, knows current events at all levels, can shoot and edit, can produce (not stack) a fast-paced and informative newscast, understands and embraces multi-platform journalism, sees the Web as an opportunity instead of a burden, tweets about stories, interacts with viewers on Facebook and can blog.  Tape, resume and a letter outlining news philosophy to Neil Middleton, VP/GM, WYMT-TV, Box 1299, Hazard, KY 41702.  (2/8)

— Openings at WPSD-TV, Paducah, KY: Weekend anchor with at least two years experience as anchor and reporter. .  Weekend morning anchor with at least two years experience for a growing department.  Morning producer who can perform under constant deadlines, has a love of/passion for/obsession with news, works well with others, is energetic/creative/engaged, can work closely with staff, can provide producers guidance on rundowns/showcasing/creativity/storytelling, loves to get creative and is willing to try new things to bring the best local TV news with impact to the viewers. Producer with the same abilities.  Reporter with at least two years experience who has an outstanding record of hard news reporting and live work, can develop contacts, can enterprise hard news stories, can respond aggressively to breaking and spot news, is an outstanding writer and can make good use of graphics and production. Part-time videographer who has good shooting and editing skills and can work a flexible shift that includes weekends; experience preferred.  Part-time associate producer who can research/write/edit local/regional/national stories, can perform associated production duties during newscasts, can conform to the highest journalistic standards, can meet deadlines, writes well, knows proper grammar, can react quickly to changing news and programming situations, understands that last-moment instructions from newscast directors and producers are essential, know basic computer operations and can edit video; the station promotes this as a job for someone wanting to become a reporter or producer. Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Dwayne Stice, WPSD-TV HR Dept., Box 1197, Paducah, KY 42002-1197 or e-mail dstice@wpsdlocal6.com.  EOE   (2/8)

 

— Openings at KSTP-TV, St. Paul, MN: Producer (Job #58-16) who is experienced, has sound news judgment, understands the brand, is a good writer and researcher, can handle deadlines and pressure, has strong boothing ability and can incorporate the best visuals/compelling sound/graphics.  Experienced Investigative reporter (Job #65-16) who has a knockout demo reel, has a reputation as an ethical/fair/trusted reporter whose commitment to the highest standards of journalism is unquestioned, has the ability to understand and interpret key government/court/business documents provided by well-placed high-level sources you  have cultivated,  has a CAR skill-set with spreadsheets, can navigate public databases and turning the information into a compelling and visual story, syncs with videographers/editors/producers and will bring immense value to the Twin Cities community.  Apply online at www.kstp.com, or fax resume to the KSTP-TV HR Dept., 3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN 55114, e-mail apply@hbi.com or fax (651) 642-4314.  EOE   (2/8)

— Openings at WXYZ-TV, Detroit, MI:  Experienced, aggressive and innovative assistant news director (Job #12495) who can lead a skilled team of journalists that include producers and reporters working on investigative and special reports, understands how to research and use investigative tools to break stories, works well with computer databases, can hire and manage performance reviews, can schedule anchors and reporters and can evaluate workflow efficiencies, while making sure that stories with impact and relevance are produced year-round; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=ExternalAssignment editor (Job #12630) who can manage newsroom assignments, can coordinate logiostics, can monitor scanners and wires, can plan daily coverage, can call sources as needed, can assist in finding stories, can conduct research, can track story ideas, can publish online aontent and can multi-task well; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=ExternalProducer (Job #12580) who can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms, has strong news judgment, is well-organized, communicates well, can develop and organize newscasts that showcase stories, can enhance content with graphics/video/research/station branding, executes time-sensitive decisions well, can perform desktop editing, can post of digital platforms and can take responsibility for oversight of live broadcasts and can make up-to-the-minute editorial decisions; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External.   Investigative reporter (Job #12606) who can collect and analyze complex information about newsworthy events relying on critical relationships with local newsmakers, can turn out lead stories and/or specialized segments, can develop/create/research leaders and tips, can uncover stories through investigation and research, can gather and verify factual information on stories through interviews/observations/research and can organize complex material; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External. . Videographer (Job #12556) with at least two years experienced who is proficient with lighting and computer-based editing, can run a live truck, is creative, has good news judgment, can post content to all platforms and can trouble-shoot equipment.  Per diem video editor (Job #12346) who can capture and edit visual content for daily newscasts and long-form stories, can work with staff to try to assure a high-quality product and can create compelling stories for use on multiple platforms; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External.    (2/23)

— Openings at WWTV/WWUP-TV, Cadillac, MI: Producer who has great leadership skills, is a good writer, has a creative mind and wants to take production skills to the next level.  Videographer who is a storyteller.  GA reporter who can do the live lead story or a touching feature.  Tape/DVD and resume to Kevin Dunaway, GM, WWTV/WWUP-TV, Box 627, Cadillac, MI 49601 or e-mail kevindunaway@9and10news.com.  (2/8)

— Openings at WOIO/WUAB-TV, Cleveland, OH:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist-(Job #2016-6076) with at least one year experience who can report on a variety of issues/events/subjects, can shoot/write/edit/post multiple stories daily, can utilize social networking Web sites, meets deadlines, knows sports as well as news, is a creative writer, has an inquisitive mind, is a good communicator, is a positive leader inside and outside of the newsroom,  knows how to write for broadcast and the Web, wants to pursue breaking news, can suggest enterprise ideas that can turn into lead stories and has a background with newsroom computer systems; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6076/reporter-mmj/job.  Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Dan Salamone, ND, WOIO/WUAB-TV, 1717 E. 12th St., Cleveland, OH 44114 e-mail dsalamone@woio.com or apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs.   No calls.  (2/8)

— Openings at WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH: Experienced anchor (Job #12410) who can become part of an morning team that has great chemistry, understands what it takes to win, is an effective and ethical newsroom leader, has a passion for people, is community-oriented, understands that one can make a difference every day, understands social media and can move the audience among all platforms.  Weekend anchor (Job #11660) with the same abilities.  Weekend meteorologist (Job #12411) who can prepare and deliver forecasts that are accurate, can utilize all available data and graphics computers, can prepare and deliver urgent weather updates and interrupt regular programming when needed, can go live smoothly from the scene of stories, can report/write/capture/edit/produce stories for use on all platforms on deadline and can write and produce quality stories for all platforms.  Videographer (Job #11960) who has high command of photo and video techniques, can create and develop visual storytelling across multiple platforms, can inform/engage/entertain fan bases, can capture video for all platforms, can work closely with newsroom personnel to create and develop stories, can operation a live truck and knows media law. Apply online at www.scripps.apply2jobs.com.   (2/8)

— Openings at WXIX-TV, Cincinnati, OH:  Producer (Job #2016-5628 and 2016-5818) who is dynamic/creative/bold, is not afraid to take the reins of a newscast, can showcase stories, can make newscasts sizzle, is a news geek, can dig for and find stories, has experience working closely with a digital team to create content on all platforms, multi-tasks well, is attentive to detail, is a great writer and can enterprise beyond the news of the day; application should include links to your most recent work; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/5628/news-producer/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/5818/news-producer/jobAssociate producer (Job#2016-5790) who has a passion for news, has a desire to become a producer, can help write stories, can craft morning newscasts, can find video/stories/news content that can live out the station’s “now” brand, can schedule interview segments, can create shows within shows by providing video/graphics/props and the like for segments and can produce segments that grab and hold the viewer’s attention; must be creative and personable and have the ability to interact well with the tem and the public; application should include your most recent work; apply online at  https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/5790/associate-producer/job.  Part-time news content specialist (Job #2016-6039 and 2016-6086) who is a self-starter, can work under tight deadlines, can operate news broadcast equipment, can gather content, writes well and can post to digital platforms; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6039/news-content-specialist/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6086/news-content-specialist/job.  No calls. (2/8)

— Openings at WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH:  Evening anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #12285) who has a dynamic on-air presents, connects with viewers, understands and excels at multi-platform journalism, can create and organize content for all platforms using strong editorial/journalistic/communication/organizational efforts and can maintain a reputation of award-winning journalism of the highest standards.  Videographer (Job #10299 and 12456) who can shoot/capture/edit visual content for all platforms, can post of the Web, can create stories, has good news judgment and knows libel law.  Producer (Job #12455) with three or more years of experience who can develop and organize newscasts, can write for all platforms, can develop and  showcase stories, can enhance content of the rundown with graphics/video/research/station branding, can write clearly, can edit video for all platforms, can understand and utilize Web analytics and has live shot background.  Breaking news reporter (Job #11769) who will prepare and deliver accurate news reports for the morning newscast; must gather/front/develop morning show stories, produce multiple short and active segments for the show and can ad-lib information live on air.  Tape/DVD and resume to the WCPO-TV HR Dept., 1720 Gilbert Av., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html.  (2/8)

— Openings at WLWT-TV, Cincinnati, OH:  .Producer (Job #1084) with at least two years of line producing experience who is a strong writer, has good news judgment, communicates clearly, has an aggressive approach to winning breaking news/the big story/weather and can work a shift that includes night and weekend hours; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/657574/News-Producer/ (2/28)

 

— Openings at WCMH-TV, Columbus, OH: Power producer (Job #CMH-000275) for its 11 p.m. weeknight newscast who can craft a newscast that pupts the new in news, can find fresh and compelling content and isa strong writer.   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #CMH-000264, and CMH-000270) with 2-5 years experience in print/broadcast/online reporting who can make and maintain local news contacts, can develop unique stories, can cover breaking news aggressively, can follow up on stories, can develop/shoot/write/edit stories, can post to all platforms, has a passion for advocacy and is highly-motivated.  Meteorologist (Job #CMH-000267) with 3-5 years on-air forecasting experience who is a proven forecaster, connects with the audience, has anchoring background, can work with state-of-the-art equipment, can work as part of a team with minimal supervision, can deliver an accurate and audience-focused format, can work flexible shifts, knows Baron weather systems (OMNI,VIPIR/Lynx/ENPS/AccuWeather) and connects with the audience.  Tape/DVD/online link and resume to the WCMH-TV HR dir., 3165 Olentangy River Dr., Columbus, OH 43202 or e-mail www.nexstar.tv.   (2/23)

— Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH: Executive producer (Job #200XX) with at least five years management experience who has a track record of successful  production/execution/presentation of daily newscasts, can provide newsroom leadership, can manage producers and associate producers, can assure writing meets station standards, can coordinate with other departments for daily multiplatform news production, can assist in development of news department strategy, is someone with passion an enthusiasm, has good news judgment, communicates well, is proficient with digital and social platforms, has above-average storytelling skills and can manage and influence a large group to work effectively in often stressful situations.  Assignment/digital editor (Job #200TW) who can plan/develop/produce hard news and content coverage, can execute enterprise coverage, can do long-range planning, has exceptional news judgment, is extremely resourceful, makes enterprise a priority, communicates effectively with producers and managers, owns breaking news, has computer-assisted reporting skills and can fully utilize satellite and live trucks and Dejero backpacks.  Dynamic producer (Job #200AP) who excels at breaking news, as good news judgment, is a strong writer, can write teases that grab viewers, knows how to differentiate and showcase, makes newscasts urgent and relevant to viewers, is passionate about brand and content expansion and cares about the community.  Associate producer (Job #200LL) who can work with staff to determine the best story selections/angles/coverage, cares about the community, produces stories and manages timely content on all platforms, can produce breaking news cut-ins and can run TelePrompTer as needed.  Work samples/online links and resume to  http://www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers/.  (2/23)

— Openings at WTOL-TV, Toledo, OH:   Experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist — Job #2016-6141) who can find and develop strong story ideas, can tell stories in a compelling manner, is a good writer and video editor, knows how to use social media and can make and maintain contacts; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6141/reporter-mmj/jobPart-time reporter/anchor (Job #2016-6140) with the same abilities; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6140/anchor-reporter/job.  No calls.  (2/8)

— Openings at WKRN-TV, Nashville, TN:  Anchor/reporter (Job #KRN-000083) who has an engaging personality, can deliver a compelling newscast, thrives in live coverage, is a newsroom leader, can break major stories, is a superior writer, can enterprise sories and can feed digital platforms; apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=KRN-000083 (Meteorologist (Job #KRN-000081) with at least three years on-air forecasting experience who has outstanding forecasting and storm tracking skills, can forecast accurately in high-pressure situations, is proficient in social media and can write and edit other stories as assigned; apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=KRN-000081.  Producer (Job #KRN-000082) with at least three years experience who is a strong broadcast journalist, is a creative writer, understands how to develop and present a comprehensive look at the day’s events, is creative, handles breaking news well and works well under pressure; apply online at www.nexstar.tv, then send a resume to the WKRN-TV HR Dept., 441 Murfreesboro Rd., Nashville, TN 37210.  (4/12)

— Openings at WATN/WLMT-TV, Memphis, TN:  Videographer (Job #3475) who can shoot a variety of stories, can edit sound/video/other elements into a compelling story, can compose and execute video shots, can operate live trucks safely and can maintain equipment; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3475.  Weekend assignment editor.(Job #3505) who is eager to learn, is able to keep up in a fast-moving newsroom, will take charge of planning weekend assignments, can execute coverage plans, can manager crews in the field, can monitor scanners, can answer phones, can create and write Web content, can post video to the Web, can manage station platforms,  has good news judgment and can make good decisions quickly; experience preferred; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3505.  News production assistant (Job #3512) who can edit video, can learn to operate all equipment and positions that include studio camera/audio/graphics/Photoshop/TelePrompTer; must have a winning attitude and be a team player; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/3512.   (2/8)

— Openings at WREG-TV, Memphis, TN:  Producer (Job #2015-41372) who won’t accept yesterday’s leftovers, seeks out today’s news, can lead in severe weather and breaking news, creates an exciting show every day, has what it takes to keep up, gets the facts right, can showcase stories, can write well, can post stories to the Web and social media, is a self-motivator, is a strong writer, is an ace at spelling and grammar, works hard and takes no prisoners.   Reporter/anchor (Job #2014-41369) who presents the news in a personal and polished style, leads by example, is a live shot artist, is relentless, leads by example, cares about being fair and accurate, can bring in story ideas every day, can build and maintain a list of sources, can turn stories quickly, is fair/accurate/engaging to the audience, can present those stories in a manner that is energetic/conversational/creative, can post and promote stories online and with social media, can cultivate sources, can learn new things and adapt to change, works well in a team environment, refuses to give up, protects the reputation and integrity of self and station, can accept coaching and constructive criticism, and understands electronic newsgathering equipment; fluency in Spanish as well as English is a plusTape/DVD/online link and resume to Bruce Moore, ND, WREG-TV, 803 Channel 3 Dr., Memphis, TN 38103, e-mail bruce.moore@wreg.com or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  (2/8)

— Openings at WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN: Reporter (Job #161702) who can develop sources, can enterprise stories, can dig deeper to deliver news of value on all platforms, is a strong writer, is an active live reporter, uncovers news information, can evolve based on feedback and research, is a creative storyteller, is imaginative, is an innovator who can learn new technologies as they develop and can make an impact from Day One; tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the WHBQ-TV HR Dept., 485 S. Highland Av., Memphis, TN 38111 or apply online at https://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/job/memphis/reporter-whbq-tv/1646/1401857, https://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/job/memphis/multimedia-journalist/1646/1879069 or https://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/job/memphis/reporter/1646/1529453.  No calls.  (2/23)

— Openings at WMC-TV, Memphis, TN:. Assistant news director (Job #2016-6194) who wants to be both a player and coach, is a leader, loves to collaborate and plan, can roll with the punches, knows how to produce newscasts, can use social media to cover stories, loves day-to-day coverage, and is a show doctor and teacher; apply with links to your work online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6194/assistant-news-content-director/job.   Highly creative and motivated producer (Job #2016-6114) who is a great writer and communicator, can sift through complicated stories to provide clarity to viewers and users, can post stories to digital platforms daily and can work extra hours that will include weekends; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6114/news-producer/job.  Send tape/DVD and resume to Tammy Phillips, AND, WMC-TV, 1960 Union Av., Memphis, TN 38104 or e-mail tphillips@wmctv.com.  No calls.  (2/9)

— Openings at WATE-TV, Knoxville, TN: Experienced anchor/reporter (Job #ATE-000100) who can anchor and do GA reporting, is an aggressive journalist, knows how to dig and tell a compelling story, excels at social media and thrives on breaking news and enterprising exclusives. Part-time anchor/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #ATE-000108) with the same abilities.   Aggressive, team-oriented, multi-talented weekend anchor/investigative reporter (Job #ATE-000097) who has anchoring experience, can produce and edit packages on deadline, can produce updates for the Web and use social media, can tell compelling stories on multiple platforms, knows how to grow an audience through social media and thinks outside the box.  Producer (Job #ATE-000101) who is a newsroom leader, can manage staff, can produce compelling newscasts that are clear and easy to understand, is extremely aggressive, has a hunger for hard news, thrives on crafting a newscast that is informative and creative and thinks outside the box.  Videographer/editor (Job #ATE-000093 who can edit video for a fast-paced newscast, is well-organized, pays attention to detail, can work nights/weekends/holidays as needed and can shoot video in the field; experience preferred.  Part-time associate producer (Job #ATE-000105) who can assist in writing and research, can run the assignment desk, can contribute digital content, has a nose for news and can fill-in as a producer.  Online links/DVD and resume to the WATE-TV personnel dept., attn.: Mr. Cunningham, 1306 N. Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917 or apply online at www.wate.com.  (2/28)

— Openings at WVLT-TV, Knoxville, TN:  Dynamic executive producer with at least two years show producing or other supervisory experience who can place a heavy focus on a multiscreen audience, embraces the digital first philosophy, can pitch and choose editorial content that is on point with the station’s brand and audience, works closely with producers, oversees story selection and pre-production, can proof and edit copy on a daily basis and can oversee sweeps/promotables/content for shows, is creative and ethical, brings a positive attitude to the newsroom and understands good storytelling; apply to Tony Bernhardt at tony.bernhardt@wvlt-tv.comMorning show anchor/reporter who can greet the audience each morning with a comprehensive look at the day ahead, not just last night’s headlines; apply to HR@wvlt-tv.com.  Full-time and part-time editor/videographer who have a good eye for detail, great work ethic and a positive attitude; apply to HR@wvlt-tv.comReporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can aggressively break and cover compelling stories that viewers care about, can pitch enterprise stories daily, is a great videographer, is a creative editor, has smart news judgment, has god technical skills, has a desire to win and spins good stories; the ability to operate a TVU pack is preferred, along with strong Web and social media skills; DVD/online link and resume to the WVLT-TV HR Dept., 6450 Papermill Dr., Knoxville, TN 37919 or e-mail HR@wvlt-tv.com.  (2/9)

— Openings at WBBJ-TV, Jackson, TN:  Assignment editor who can plan and drive hard news coverage, iw responsible for story development, will own cross-platform coverage, writes quickly and accurately, knows spelling/punctuation/grammar, pays attention to detail, makes full use of social media, has solid news judgment and knows current events at all levels.  Apply to Shanda Sundstrom, ND, c/o the WBBJ-TV HR Dept., 346 Muse St., Jackson, TN 38301 or e-mail ssundstrom@wbbjtv.com.  No calls.  (2/28)

— WJHL-TV, Johnson City, TN seeks a meteorologist/reporter-videographer (digital journalist – Job #KRN-000333) with at least three years on-air forecasting experience who has outstanding forecasting and storm tracking skills, can forecast accurately in high-pressure situations, is proficient in social media and can write and edit other stories as assigned.  Apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=JHL-000333.  (2/23)

— Openings at WOWT-TV, Omaha, NE:  Weekend evening anchor-producer/reporter who can report during the week, can produce a compelling newscast, goes live smoothly, is composed and quick during breaking news events, meets deadlines and manages time well.  DVD or online link (preferred) and resume to the WOWT-TV HR Dept., 3501 Farnam St., Omaha, NE 68131, fax (402) 233 7885 or e-mail hr@wowt.com.  No calls.  (2/28)

** Openings at KETV, Omaha, NE:  Weekend morning anchor/reporter (Job #1929) who is engaging, has strong reporting skills, can bring the energy of live reporting to the anchor desk, tells compelling stories, enterprises exclusives, breaks the big stories, does energetic live shots, is a newsroom leader, can help mentor and grow producers and reporters, writes and edits in a conversational story, is a self-starter, works well under tight deadlines and can make and maintain sources.   Breaking news desk anchor/reporter (Job #1841) who will work mornings, can bring the energy of live reporting to the anchor desk, will work throughout the newscast to find the latest content and updates, won’t be afraid to head into the field, can tell compelling stories, can execute energetic live shots and can break the big stories.  Reporter/anchor  (Job #1735 and 1773) who can generate story ideas, can write to video can do compelling live shots, loves breaking news, is highly competitive, values strong enterprise reporting, finds stories that lead newscasts, has credibility/poise/personality, asks the tough questions and is an enterprising self-starter who works fast and efficiently.  Senior reporter (Job #1920) with the same abilities.  Videographer/editor (Job #1677) who is self-motivated, wants to win each day, can capture the essence of what is happening in the field, can bring it to viewers vividly, edits with the eye and ear in mind, can coordinate feeds/edit/content elements simultaneously, can execute live shots, is tech-savvy and is up to date on the most modern aspects of the industry; must know XDCam, GoPro, ENG, SNG and wireless data.   E-mail online link and resume to Rose Ann Shannon, ND, KETV, 2665 Douglas St., Omaha, NE 68131 or e-mail at rshannon@hearst.com.  (2/28)

— Openings at KWCH-TV Wichita, KS:  Producer who can research tips, can enterprise story ideas daily, is a compelling storyteller, is innovative and aggressive, will go the extra mile to get “the get,” knows non-linear editing and has great organizational skills.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #SUN2505) who is looking for a challenge, is innovative and aggressive, consistently goes the extra mile to win the big story, excels in the field connecting with viewers, delivers news with urgency and accuracy and handles breaking news and other unscripted situations well.  Work samples and resume to the KWCH-TV HR mgr., 2815 E. 37th St. N., Wichita, KS 67219, fax (316) 831-1690, e-mail jobs@kwch.com. (2/9)

— Openings at KARK/KLRT-TV, Little Rock, AR:  Videographer (Job #3503) who can shoot for a variety of stories, can work with co-workers well, can set up/compose/execute video shots, can edit video, can operate live trucks and can maintain equipment.  Innovative and creative meteorologist who can forecast conditions, can produce and anchor weather reports for all platforms in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful, can respond quickly to breaking and/or severe weather events and other urgent newsroom situations, can perform special projects, can participate in promotional activities for the station, has an AMS or similar seal, and can write Web stories on a daily basis. Demo reel and resume to Austin Kellerman, ND, KARK/KLRT-TV, 1401 W. Capitol Av, Suite 104, Little Rock, AR 72201 or e-mail akellerman@nexstar.tv.  (2/9)

** Openings at KATV, Little Rock, AR: Producer (Job #7468) with at least two years experience who is creative, has a take-charge attitude, is motivated/energetic/creative/aggressive, works quickly, thrives on breaking stories, manages time well, puts together newscasts that are exciting and informative, can execute news strategies and goals, knows non-linear editing and newsroom systems such as ENPS and works well in a team environment.  Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send a DVD of a recent newscast to the KATV ND, Box 77, Little Rock, AR 72203.  No calls.  (2/28)

— Openings at KTHV-TV, Little Rock, AR: Reporter/videographer  (multiplatform journalist) who can gather content, work on live skills, develop contacts, break stories, develop story ideas, write/shoot/edit video for all platforms, deliver on-air news events in a manner that is engaging/concise/accurate, develop sources, find unique stories and operate live trucks.  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.   (2/9)

— Openings at KNWA-TV, Fayetteville, AR: Main anchor (Job #3205) with three or more years of experience anchoring and two or more experience reporting who has an in-depth knowledge of online reporting, has a strong set of social media skills, has a sense of urgency, has solid news judgment, has a positive attitude and has a team-oriented nature; background with iNews/Newscutter/Media Central is a plus, as is newscast producing background.  Anchor/reporter (Job #3397) with the same abilities. Sports anchor (Job #3357) who can produce and present sports reports for all platforms, writes and delivers stories in a clear and concise manner, assists in writing/copy editing/researching/coordinating sports programming, shoots video, maintains video equipment, writes for the Web as well as broadcast, interacts online with viewers, works closely with teams to develop comprehensive coverage and responds quickly to urgent and breaking sports stories. Producer (Job #2953) who has a knack for showcasing talent and content, enterprising stories, tracking local media on the social network, has a sense of urgency, has a desire to produce quality newscasts and is a career-oriented producer, not someone waiting to get on the air.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2468) who knows how to enterprise, can connect with viewers, knows how to utilize social media, likes positive reinforcement and feedback, wants to grow and develop and has a sense of duty.  Apply to Lisa Brence, ND, KNWA/KFTA-TV, 609 W. Dickson St., Suite 300, Fayetteville, AR 72701, e-mail lbrence@knwa.com.  (2/9)

— Openings at KFSM/KXNW-TV, Ft. Smith/Fayetteville, AR:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2016-44198 and 2016-44804) who is a unique storyteller, wants to reinvent the news with clever copy and an exceptional photojournalistic eye, knows FinalCut Pro, can shoot daily assignments, can work with or without a reporter and can work nights and weekends as needed.  Videographer (Job  #2016-44989)  who is not afraid to hustle, is aggressive covering breaking news, knows digital videography and non-linear editing and shoots  and edits well under extreme deadline pressure.  Meteorologist (Job #2016-44842) who can anchor weather on weekend mornings and then report/shoot/edit/package a local story on weather/environment/human interest, produce weather and/or be a part of the noon and 4 p.m. newscasts, is a strong ad-libber and storyteller capable of live shots; will often work beyond 40 hours.   Producer (Job #2016-45059) who takes pride in producing great content, has instinctive news judgment, is a good communicator, has a strong understanding on how to push content across all platforms, is a proficient show producer and crafts lineups instead of merely stacking them.  Send a letter expressing interest, resume and references to Van Comer, GM, KFSM/KXNW-TV, 4201 N. Shiloh Dr., Suite 169, Fayetteville, AR 72703, e-mail jobs@kfsm.com or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  No calls.  (2/9)

** Openings at KHBS/KHOG-TV, Ft. Smith, AR:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #1893) who can generate story ideas, can write to video, can do compelling live shots, seeks a  self-motivated individual who wants to win each day, is  accurate/ethical/compelling, has a team attitude, is a compelling storyteller who loves delivering them live, can produce stories for all platforms and can bring the viewer the big story.  Weekday reporter/weekend meteorologist (Job #1676) who has lots of energy, is highly-skilled, knows the science, can tell a relatable weather story, is an accurate forecaster and can perform all reporter/videographer functions. Videographer/editor (Job #1894) who is self-motivated, wants to win each day, captures the essence of what is happening and then brings it vividly into the homes of viewers; must be able to edit other people’s video and can set up and execute live shots.   Tape/DVD, resume, letter stating news philosophy and contact information for at least three references to Greg Shepperd, ND, c/o the KHBS/KHOG-TV HR Dept., 2809 Ajax Av., Suite 200, Rogers, AR 72758 or e-mail KHBSNewsDirector@hearst.com.   No calls.  (2/28)

— Openings at WCNC-TV, Charlotte, NC:  Assignment editor who can cover and pursue stories in new ways, can manage assignments, can coordinate vehicle logistics, can monitor phones/scanners/wires/digital platforms, can keep up with local contacts and keep up with local contacts to assure the newsroom is aware of all potential stories, especially breaking news; apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/tegna/en-us/job/United-States/Assignment-Editor/J3L3YB7905H7V3H4K28/Reporter/videographer who is a great storyteller, can create unique and sharable stories for all platforms, has memorable writing/photography/editing abilities, can write in an exciting/captivating/authentic manner, can deliver stories in an engaging/exciting/accurate manner and conducts research into facts and to establish credibility; apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/tegna/en-us/job/United-States/Multi-Skilled-Journalist/J3F7KJ67690MFGCYYQ3/Investigative reporter/videographer who can tell great stories, has a proven reputation as an ethical and trusted journalist, can create content that id unique/exciting/shareable, has expert social media skill and are skilled in using the latest investigative tools and techniques to generate/shoot/edit content; apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/tegna/en-us/job/United-States/Investigative-Multi-Skilled-Journalist/J3H4LN6PZNSBXPKFKYP/Producer who can write/create/produce exciting and interesting newscasts and news content for digital platforms, can multi-task and share content before/during/after newscasts and digital posts, is a creative problem-solver, has strong news judgment, thinks creatively, is detail-oriented and can skillfully use social media and digital tools to research/discover/distribute content; apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/tegna/en-us/job/United-States/Multi-Platform-Producer/J3L5M1755J4T81HY94V/.  (2/9)

— Openings at WNCN-TV, Raleigh, NC:  Anchor (Job #NCN-000441) who is a dynamic leader, understands what it takes to succeed in a multiple platform environment, is a critical thinker and team builder, fosters a culture of curiosity, is a quality writer, supports the station’s mission on multiple platforms and has background in producing and reporting; must have the ability to learn new systems, perform well under emotional stress and can do shift reporting and promotional activity as needed..  Videographer (photojournalist – Job #NCN-000438 and NCN-000439) who is competitive, has a creative eye for storytelling, has the highest journalistic standards, can tell compelling stories with or without a reporter, flourishes under pressure, adheres to NPPA standards, has live breaking news background and can work flexible hours.  DVD and resume to the WNCN-TV HR Dept., 1205 Front St., Raleigh, NC 27609, e-mail hr@wncn.com or apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   (2/23)

** Openings at WRAL-TV, Raleigh, NC:  Producer  (Job #1413) who has a commitment to excellence, wants to oversee newscasts that are fast-paced/compelling/visually interesting, can time newscasts, is a presence in the control room to make sure the newscast is executed cleanly, has newsroom leadership skills, communicates and writes well, is a strong decision-maker and can manage multiple live shots.  Videographer (Job #1415) with five years of videography and video editing experience who can shot news and special projects, is a visual storyteller, produces active live shots, has a wide range of technical skills, works well with others and has a flexible work schedulePart-time (25-30 hours/week)  video editor (Job #1447) who can edit in-house and network feeds, can play back during newscasts, has strong news judgment, multi-tasks well and meets all deadlines.  Part-time (25-30 hours/week) news production assistant (Job #1446) who can assist producers/directors/assignment editors, can distribute rundowns, can make police/fire/public safety beat calls, can sort mail and scripts, can retrieve voice mail from the Information Line and can follow-up with viewers.  Apply online at http://www.capitolbroadcasting.com/careers/.  (2/28)

— Openings at ABC-owned WTVD, Durham, NC:  Investigative reporter/videographer (Job #394007BR) who is a great storyteller, is an ethical and trusted journalist, can create unique/exciting/shareable content on all platforms, has expert social media experience, are skilled in using the latest investigative tools and techniques to generate/shoot/edit content, is a data-miner with use of CAP and NICAR, can develop story ideas, can write/shoot/edit stories for over-te-air and online presentation and can post daily to digital platforms.  Video/digital journalist (Job #362950BR) with at least three years experience who is self-reliant, is creative, is a team player, has the resourcefulness to improvise and solve problems when required, can work alone or with a reporter, know ENG/SNG/backpack units, has experience with P2 cameras and non-linear editing and can work any assigned shift.  Apply at digitaljobs@abc11mail.com, then log on to www.disneycareers.com, search for the job title and number, create a candidate profile and upload resume profile. (2/28)

— Openings at WNCT-TV, Greenville, NC:   News director (Job #NCT-000342) who can oversee the creation and distribution of local content across multiple platforms, has a clear understanding of Web content and SEO, is a strong leader, will oversee marketing and technical engineering as well as news, can delegate well and has a creative vision.  Producer (Job #NCT-000345) who is aggressive and creative, has great newswriting skills, has a creative vision can handle breaking news/extreme pressure situations/last-minute changes and can edit on non-linear equipment.  Reporter/videographer (digital journalist – Job #NCT-000338, NCT-000348 and NCT-000344) who is eager, has strong writing and people skills, has good news judgment, is a creative enterprise thinker, can work independently, has a polished presentation, can handle breaking news and extreme pressure situations, can roll with last-minute changes, is well-organized and can contribute to Web and social platforms.  Videographer (Job #NCT-000439) who has good news judgment, has creative eye for storytelling and can produce daily, long-form and multi-platform content.  Video editor (Job #NCT-000339) who can flourish under pressure, has a team attitude, can work flexible hours on short notice, can write in broadcast style well and knows non-linear editing.  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv, then send tape, resume and references to the WNCT-TV ND, 3221 S. Evans St., Greenville, NC 27834. (2/23)

** Openings at WXII-TV, Winston-Salem, NC: Anchor/reporter (Job #1819) who is high energy, has a command of the anchor desk, can deliver active and engaged live shots, can report on all platforms, has an active social media presence, is well-versed in current events at all levels, works well under extreme deadline pressure and is available for unscheduled assignments, as needed’ apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/1055412/Anchor-Reporter/.   Producer (Job #1935) who is a take-charge newsroom leader, can create memorable newscasts, has a track record of being creative and aggressive, can communicate the plan to others in a clear and concise manner, has good news judgment, has a can-do attitude, has a track record of winning the lead story/weather/breaking news, is fast and calm under pressure and plays well in a room of same-minded pros; must be available to work holidays/nights/weekends/flexible schedules; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/1090675/Newscast-Producer/. Assignment editor (Job #1683 and 1870) who knows current events on all levels, is familiar with the latest trends in social media, can communicate effectively with staff, works well under deadline pressure, is highly organized and can work off-hours; college experience counts; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/956677/Assignment-Editor/ or http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/1055414/Assignment-Editor/Chief photographer (Job #1918) who has extraordinary organization/motivating/management skills, edits video well, communicates effectively, can operate live trucks safely, has expertise in FTPing of video, can shoot high-quality video, researches equipment and makes purchase recommendations and can hire/train/manage/evaluate/schedule/develop a team of videographers; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/1079340/Chief-Photographer/.  Self-motivated videographer (Job #1877) who wants to win, can capture the essence of what’s happening in the field, can edit for packages and newscasts, is tech savvy, can shoot HD, knows GoPro/Premiere/ENG trucks/SNG trucks can organize and prioritize and works well under deadline pressure; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/1060804/Photographer/. (2/28)

** Openings at WIS-TV, Columbia, SC: Producer (Job #2017-6264 and 2017-6317) who is a natural leader, can motivate the team, has solid news judgment, works well under deadlines, can produce compelling breaking news,  has a track record of showcasing, does compelling coverage of breaking stories, executes solid story ideas in a contemporary and aggressive manner, pays attention to detail, is creative, writes well, is digitally-driven and posts to all platforms and can assist with gathering of viewer-generated content.  Apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6317/news-producer/job.   No calls.  (2/28)

— Openings at WOLO/WCCB-TV, Columbia, SC: Morning producer who can hit the ground running, has creative energy, is a good writer, can multi-task well, can drive a newscast that is fast-paced and engaging, can handle multiple live shots, can post to Web platforms, meets deadlines, works well under pressure and can work other shifts as needed; apply to Crysty Vaughan at cvaughan@abccolumbia.com.  Reporter/videographer who can report and handle live breaking news, knows non-linear equipment, is a newsroom leader, has good storytelling skills, goes live smoothly, can work with a team, is a creative writer, can enterprise stories, can build contacts, is a talented and heard-working professional, can write/edit/shoot video and work under pressure, has producing background and is proficient with social media; must be available to work weekends, nights, holidays and irregular hours; online link/demo reel and resume to Tim Hill, WOLO/WCCB-TV, 5807 Shakespeare Rd., Columbia, SC 29223 or e-mail rwandover@abccolumbia.com.   (2/9)

— Openings at WCBD-TV, Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, SC:  News director (Job #CBD-000457) who has solid news judgment, is solid about ethics, knows FCC regulations and other legal issues, is a strategic thinker, can communicate effectively, is a disciplined and determined leader, can set goals and standards, can coach staff members on storytelling/showcasing/promotion and knows control room equipment; background in management and with Ignite a plus.  Executive producer (Job #CBD-000454) who has a record of success in a multi-platform environment, can lead a rapidly-growing morning newscast team, can showcase breaking news and weather, is an outstanding writer/editor/creative force, has a clear vision for growing the audience, is a problem solver who thrives in stressful situations and is a superstar producer who can step to the front lines as needed.   Apply online at www.nexstar.tv,  then send DVD, resume and references to Bryan Luhn, ND, WCBD-TV, 210 W. Coleman Blvd., Charleston, SC 29464, e-mail hr@wcbd.com.  No calls.   (2/23)

— Openings at WBTW-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC:  Executive producer (Job #BTW-000443) who has a record of success in a multi-platform environment, can lead a rapidly-growing morning newscast team, can showcase breaking news and weather, is an outstanding writer/editor/creative force, has a clear vision for growing the audience, is a problem solver who thrives in stressful situations and is a superstar producer who can step to the front lines as needed.  Assignment manager (Job #BTW-000440) who can coordinate coverage, is extremely aggressive when reporting breaking news and weather, monitors scanners, can break stories using social media, has good news judgment, understands the area’s geography, can write in AP and broadcast style, can set up live streaming events for use online and can check meeting agendas; newsroom experience a plus.  Weekday sports anchor (Job #BTW-000436) who can handle sports assignments, can plan special events and projects, can share responsibility for editorial control of story content with news management, can do shift reporting, has 24-hour on-call availability, understands sports terminology, is a good communicator, can develop/implement/monitor news gathering and can devise and access different filing systems.  Weekend morning anchor/producer (Job #BTW-000435) with at least 1-2 years experience who is professional/engaging/energetic, can provide perspective and context, can execute enterprise stories, can shoot and write for broadcast, can shoot and write for broadcast and can represent the station regularly at community events. Weekend meteorologist/traffic reporter (Job #BTW-000437) who can work mornings on weekends, can handle both on the morning and noon newscasts three days during the week, has a track record of forward-focused forecasts, can handle severe weather coverage and has an NWA or AMS seal.  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   (3/15)

** Openings at WMBF-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC:  Experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2017-6276) who is an energetic news junkie, has a passion for enterprise reporting, owns breaking news, showcases great storytelling, is a strong writer, is a creative shooter and editor, has journalistic integrity and embraces the hard-charging “Live, Local, Late-Breaking” philosophy; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6276/reporter-mmj/job.  Assistant news specialist (Job #2016-6198 and 2016-6200) who can write for broadcast, can post to the Web, can work the assignment desk, can run studio cameras, can operate an audio board and Chyron equipment and can learn Oasis and BitCentral programs; must have a flexible schedule; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6198/assistant-news-specialist/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/6200/assistant-news-specialist/job.  (2/28)

— Openings at WTVA, Columbus-Tupelo, MS: News director with at least five years experience, including at least three years in management, who can lead a legacy station to new success, has a positive and competitive personality, possesses the leadership skills needed to gain respect from a strong team of journalists, can oversee day-to-day newsroom operations, can do strategic logistical planning, can lead/develop/coordinate electronic and digital newsgathering operations, can provide guidance/training/leadership for editorial and newsgathering personnel, can oversee staffing/hiring/performance management, can mentor and develop employees; newsgathering and technological skills and can plan and meet budget expectations; apply to Jerry Jones, or e-mail jjones@wtva.comReporter/fill-in anchor who can produce compelling stories through good writing/creative narration/shooting/editing and is will-versed in Web and mobile reporting; experience preferred; link or DVD, with resume, to the WTVA ND, Box 320, Tupelo, MS 3380 or e-mail Craig Ford at cford@wtva.com.   No calls.    EOE   (2/9)

— Openings at Telemundo-owned KVEA-TV, Los Angeles, CA:  Reporter (Job #29834BR) with top-20 market experience and fluency in Spanish and English.  Videographer (Job #20218BR) who can tell stories through video and works well under deadline pressure; must be fluent in Spanish and English.  Apply online at www.nbcunicareers.com.  (2/28)

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