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— Openings at News Nation, Chicago, IL: Correspondent (JOB #REQ-21492) who is a natural storyteller, is flexible and adaptable and equally at ease covering news of day and breaking news, will be responsible for covering stories in the Chicago area and the corresponding geographic region, often include responding to and covering major breaking news throughout the country, so must be willing to work in the office and travel on assignments.  Senior producer (Job #REQ-24184 and REQ-23169) who will play a key leadership role helping to devise the editorial and booking strategy and coordinate show production for a daily newscast; candidates should be passionate about news and storytelling and creating compelling programming. Creative, informed and innovative national news producer (Job #REQ-24133) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Segment producer (Job #REQ-23587 and REQ-24040) responsible for contributing story ideas, writing stories and segments, compiling elements to support those stories, and organizing them within an energetic and memorable broadcast, solving problems and forming the editorial direction of the show.  Creative field producer (Job #REQ-23526) who will oversee the production of a story: working with the correspondent and photographer to set up interviews, gather video, collect information and write stories; will be the liaison between the crew and the newsroom, which is also based in Chicago but will require frequent travel to stories including breaking news.  Creative, informed and innovative producer (Job #REQ-23526 and REQ-23170) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Videographer/video editor (Job #REQ-23628) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   EOE.  (6/29) 

 

 

 

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— Openings at WGN-TV, Chicago: Creative, informed and innovative producer (Job #REQ-17461) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Videographer/video editor (Job #REQ-22761 and REQ-13973) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Part-time Assignment editor (Job #REQ-20874) who can coordinate booking of transmission facilities and satellite space for live/tape feeds, track costs of studio/crew bookings per show staying within company budgets, build freelance crew and satellite rosters across the country, communicate with assignment desk/feed room/show personnel with IFB’s/satellite space/TVU circuits and assist the assignment manager in assigning photographers/producers. Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-22758) who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Writer (Job #REQ-22760, REQ-25316 and REQ-25317).  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  EOE.  (6/29)

    

–Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago: Newswriter/producer (Job #9347) who can conceive and execute daily news programs, is energetic, is aggressive, and can bring creative and fresh ideas to a newscast; must have solid news judgment and ability to support overall quality of the newscast with a keen eye for detail, including spelling, fact checking, balance and fairness.. Apply online at https://careers.paramount.com   EOE.  (6/29)

 

— Openings at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago:  Collaborative anchor/reporter (Job #10038172) who will be  responsible for taking ownership of and working with producers and reporters/colleagues to craft high impact content on linear and digital platforms, set the tone for teamwork and excellence within the station and across the station group, is an empathetic and ethical news leader committed to uncovering and reporting the facts, places integrity above all else, is a team player and compelling journalist, and is an  inclusive storyteller who has the ability to authentically engage and connect with a diverse audience.  Apply online at www.disneycareers.com.   EOE.  (6/5

— KHQA-TV, Quincy, IL seeks a morning show producer who can work closely with a content director and anchors on the newscast and its content. determining the content and flow of newscasts, working with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and develop content for the station Web site.  Apply online at https://sbgi.net.   EOE.  (7/18)–

 

–Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL: Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer who has a passion for story-telling and news gathering, has a strong understanding of how news is delivered on multiple platforms; must produce and anchor the weekend late news as well as report from an assigned beat three nights a week. Producer for top-ranked newscasts who can also keep online news current.  Experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who wants to be coached and challenged every day to achieve full potential, while working in a state-of-the-art digital newsroom; will shoot/write/edit content for digital and broadcast platforms; during newscasts, will be teamed with a photojournalist for active LIVE storytelling.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior Missouri state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable, show how these stories effect viewers through personalization and provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates, campaigns and issues during elections; must produce enterprise/investigative/breaking news. Missouri political reporter with the same abilities. Springfield-based Illinois state capitol bureau chief who will team with an established capitol bureau photojournalist and whose work will air on seven Gray stations, going live daily live daily with stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories effect viewers. Send resume, references and links to work to Chad Mahoney, ND, WGEM-AM/FM/TV, 513 Hampshire, Quincy, IL 62301 or e-mail cmahoney@wgem.com or go online to https://gray.tv.     EOE.  (6/5). 

 

 

— Openings at WHBF-TV, Rock Island, IL:  Experienced morning newscast producer (Job #REQ-25328) who brings enterprise coverage ideas to the product on day one, produces daily newscast items, decides the order in which stories will be told, writes teases and other content, times news programs, edits video, and posts video to the Web site.  A dynamic and experienced morning news anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-22693 and REQ-23082) with at least 3-to-5 years experience who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-24130)  with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Superstar weekend meteorologist (Job #REQ-20992)  who can assist in writing/copy edit/research/coordinate weather programming and other content and can respond to breaking and/or severe weather events and other urgent newsrooms situations as required.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.    EOE  (7/31)                                                                            

 

–Openings at WEEK-TV/Heart of Illinois ABC, Peoria, IL:  Morning anchor who will produce daily newscast items, decide the order in which stories will be told, edit video and post video to the website.  Evening anchor and weekend anchor with the same abilities. A dynamic and experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts and can enterprise story ideas. Apply to Leon Hendricks, ND, WEEK-TV, 2907 Springfield Rd., East Peoria, IL 61611 or e-mail lhendricks@week.com.   EOE   (6/29)

 

**Openings at WMBD/WYZZ-TV, Peoria, IL:  Anchor (Job #REQ-24416) with at least five years experience who is an excellent communicator, has a superb on-air presence, is energetic, can deliver everything from hard news to features with clarity and poise on-air/online/on all other media platforms, and can be a newsroom leader.  Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-23323, REQ-25063 and REQ-25059) with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Assignment manager (Job #REQ-24095) responsible for being the lead for incoming news stories which includes information gathering/planning/coordinating news coverage across all station platforms.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  EOE.  (7/12)

 

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–Openings at WICS-TV, Springfield, IL:  An experienced, hands-on news director with strong leadership skills and a bold style who can produce impact stories with a distinctive focus on accountability reporting.  Videographer who can see beyond the lens. Producer who is not afraid to be creative. Weekend meteorologist/reporter to present the weather forecast for the weekend news and report three days a week; will be responsible for the content of the weather cast on-air and on digital/social platforms.    

 

A dynamic reporter/videographer who is an outstanding journalist, has a great personality, produces content regularly, has competitive passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience. Apply online at http://sbgi.net, then send a link or DVD of recent work, with resume to the WICS-TV ND, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703.  No calls.   EOE   (7/25)

 

**Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL:    Managing editor who can oversee providing a continuous flow of information to digital platforms/mobile devices/social networking sites/local news broadcasts, is a proactive person who shines at showcasing content, whether it’s a special project or daily breaking news; excellent writing skills and news judgment are musts.  Weekday daytime anchor with at least two years experience who has a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills and can provide content for use over-the-air and on social media pages.  Weekend anchor/reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with the same abilities.  A reporter/videographer who can shoot and edit creative and engaging content for TV newscasts/social media/mobile platforms; the station seeks journalists who tell compelling stories on their own or with a team in a deadline-driven environment. Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com.  EOE.  (7/12)

Openings at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #JR031490) responsible for researching/writing/capturing visual content and editing stories for multiple platforms responsible for researching/writing/capturing visual content and editing stories for multiple platforms.  Videographer (Job #JR-031479) with at least two years experience who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platform, has a great eye for composition, has a keen ear for natural sound, has the ability to edit at a high level, can operate streaming equipment, can produce creative live shots and can work in tandem with reporters/producers/other newsroom personnel to create and develop news stories. Morning meteorologist (Job #JR-031391) with 1-3 years experience who will anchor both from the studio and live on location from events, will further the station’s mission, will be involved in the community, can analyze meteorological data gathered by satellites and radar to prepare reports and forecasts for the public and can offer residents an urban/suburban mix with lots of restaurants/coffee shops/parks/lakefront museums/a thriving music and arts scene.  Apply online at www.scripps.com.  EOE.   (6/29)

 

**Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Reporter/videographer who has a passion for covering local news, takes initiative in generating stories, excels in live coverage, ad-libs effortlessly, engages with the community, connects with viewers on broadcast/digital/social platforms is energetic/engaging/experienced/professional, has strong writing and enterprise reporting skills and solid news judgment.  Videographer/video editor who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Send tape/DVD and resume where not otherwise indicated to the WDJT/WYTU-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  (7/12)

 

— Openings at WISC-TV. Madison, WI: A talented news director with at least seven years of journalism experience for a station that has had only five in the past 42 years, can lead a newsroom comprised of industry veterans, new industry entrants and the professionals in-between, has a legacy of excellence, can oversee 40 hours of television news a week and embrace coverage through apps/social/Web site/streaming video channels that all combine to lead the market, is committed to quality journalism, will be a leader in the community and will respond to market and societal conditions; apply online at https://morganmurphymedia.com/current-openings/news-director-3/   Assistant news director who will join an experienced team of managers, can help lead and grow a team of hungry and creative journalists, will set the daily editorial strategy, will work with broadcast and digital producers to execute that strategy across different platforms,  join a hands-on and collaborative management team in setting long-term strategy/budgets/recruit new talent, and coach and train veteran and emerging journalists; apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.com. Reporter/videographer who has a passion for covering local news, takes initiative in generating stories, excels in live coverage, ad-libs effortlessly, engages with the community, connects with viewers on broadcast/digital/social platforms is energetic/engaging/experienced/professional, has strong writing and enterprise reporting skills and solid news judgment.  Producer who can select the most meaningful stories for viewers, oversee story development/live coverage/field crews, write and edit news stories for newscasts, work closely with production staff to execute the technical presentation of the newscast, collaborate with other producers on daily rundowns/story placement/the most creative and engaging presentation of content, create content for Web and digital platforms that will help kick-start an aggressive daily social strategy and help meet online/social/mobile goals, inspire and innovate daily and know that attitude and open-mindedness is part of a team that wants to listen and engage with the audience–apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.com.   EOE.  (7/12)

–Openings at WMTV, Madison, WI: Chief political reporter who is a self-starter, has a track record covering state politics and developing relationships with lawmakers and key staff. can dive into the data and tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories impact our viewers through coverage on-air/live/taped/digital platforms for Gray Media stations in Madison/Eau Claire/Wausau/Green Bay/Duluth.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.   EOE.  (6/29)

** Openings at WKOW-TV, Madison, WI: A strong and energetic political anchor/capitol bureau chief who can be a presence in the newsroom/on the set/in the field, is knowledgeable of the legislative process/the courts/executive branch, has investigative zeal, has a passion for the First Amendment, can clearly report the human impact of official action and has experience in producing and anchoring a weekly political talk show; must do GA reporting as needed.  Weekend assignment editor who loves breaking news, is responsible, is self-motivated, is well-organized and can help lead the newsroom.  Reporter/videographer who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Chief Photographer who has a passion for visual storytelling, will maintain high standards for quality, can pass along knowledge in a positive and professional way, can supervise and train its team of photojournalists, can train new reporters on equipment that includes shooting/editing/live gear, can perform daily news gathering including shooting and editing VOs/VO-SOTs/packages/other special content, can work with the ND to hire photojournalists and will coordinate the photographer schedule to provide excellent coverage on all shifts.  Sports reporter/fill-in anchor who is a creative storyteller, knows how to tell memorable sports stories, thrives on making a story lead-worthy in a newscast regardless of content for a station that covers it all, from the Packers, Bucks, Brewers and Badgers to high school level sports, won’t be satisfied merely covering scores and highlights, is a journalist who can break stories and is comfortable going live. Energetic and compelling chief meteorologist for a newsroom that puts weather first, covers a variety of weather events in 12 counties in southern Wisconsin, can tell a compelling and clear weather story every day, is ready to react to severe weather at a moment’s notice, can work with state-of-the-art technology, are skilled forecasters, can also create easy-to-understand graphics, must work with the ND on schedules to make sure the station has adequate staffing to cover all weather events, can constantly keep the team on track to provide the best and most accurate weather coverage in the market, will be an ambassador of the television station and can make public appearances and actively engage the public on social media.  Rush demo (where appropriate) and resume to Dani Maxwell, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail dmaxwell@wkow.com.  EOE   (6/30)  

  

–Openings at WXOW-TV, La Crosse, WI:  Reporter/videographer who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Assignment editor who is responsible, self-motivated, organized and can help lead the newsroom.  An upbeat/intelligent/charismatic meteorologist with at least one year experience who can deliver an accurate and understandable forecast; must have excellent communication skills, must work well within deadlines and under pressure, must know or learn the latest version of The Weather Company’s MAX and can produce live and recorded weather updates for its radio partners. Demo and resume to Sean Dwyer, ND, WXOW-TV, 30 CTH24, La Crescent, MN 55947 or e-mail at sdwyer@wxow.com.   (6/14)

–Openings at WBND-LP, South Bend, IN: Morning anchor/reporter who is a personable and versatile communicator with exceptional anchoring, reporting and writing skills for all platforms; must have a passion for news and enterprise storytelling and excel at breaking news coverage on the desk and in the field.  Producer who can tell the stories about the area that viewers want to hear, so the job isn’t just about getting “it;” this is about being part of it and not a show-stacker. Reporter/videographer who has a passion for covering local news, takes initiative in generating stories, excels in live coverage, ad-libs effortlessly, engages with the community, connects with viewers on broadcast/digital/social platforms is energetic/engaging/experienced/professional, has strong writing and enterprise reporting skills and solid news judgment.  Full-time and part-time videographer/editors who can deliver high-quality storytelling; the station wants someone and can bring out the emotion of stories through video/editing/dramatic lighting.  E-mail humanresources@abc57.com.   (6/29)   

             

— Openings at WTHI-TV, Terre Haute, IN:  Creative reporter/producer who wins breaking news, shoots and edits stories, that include daily news/special news/features/sports/live events. takes direction from and interacts with the assignment desk/producers/reporters/anchors/production control room personnel and can maintain and operate camera equipment as well as company vehicles safely and efficiently. Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com.  EOE.  (6/5)

— Openings at WFFT-TV, Fort Wayne, IN: Executive producer who eats, breathes and sleeps local news, lives for breaking news, is the best producer in your current shop, is a leader, is ready to take the next step, understands the importance of telling local stories and knows ways to do so in creative ways.  Videographer with one year experience who has strong editing and shooting skills. is a creative self-starter, is dependable and has a passion for compelling visual storytelling; this is a dayside position. Producer with at least two years of line-producing experience who can create great content, execute exciting projects and join a talented and diverse newsroom where training and culture is a priority.  Questions to Andy Paras, ND, at aparas@wfft.com.  Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com/careers/wfft.html.  (6/5)

— Openings at KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA: Morning executive producer who is an experienced journalist, has strong news judgment and leadership skills, can mentor and guide producers and can work with anchors/reporters/editors/directors/digital staff to ensure KCRG content is meeting viewer and internal standards and expectations, particularly on breaking news and severe weather.  Anchor/reporter-videographer with 1-3 years experience who is strong writer and editor, has a passion for improving storytelling, can shoot and edit video, can research and write news stories, can learn on the fly and can help plan special reports.  Reporter who is self-starting, likes to be in control of a story, finds unique ways to present stories, can build interaction with followers online, expects curveballs in story assignments and can multitask.  Videographer who will be expected to be able to work alone or as part of a team with a reporter to gather video/interviews/information and then edit that video into a story for presentation on TV and digital platforms.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.  (6/29) 

 

–Openings at KWQC-TV Davenport, IA: Reporter who is self-starting, likes to be in control of a story, finds unique ways to present stories, can build interaction with followers online, expects curveballs in story assignments and can multitask. Anchor/reporter who can produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   EOE  (6/29)

 

— Openings at KSDK-TV, St. Louis, MO:   Assignment manager who will lead and organize the station’s assignment desk, is extremely organized, can make crucial editorial decisions in a timely manner, acts quickly/confidently/calmly to ensure station personnel is in the right place at the right time, has excellent judgment in responding to breaking news, can drop everything to make sure the KSDK response is robust and comprehensive, is a leader in editorial meetings and conversations, can pitch stories and can review and respond to news releases/tips/e-mails/user-generated content/social media messages to identify unique/local/engaging content. A strong and enterprising reporter/videographer who has the ability to create shareable and compelling stories, is connected to the community, fully understands the market and connects with the audience on all platforms, works skillfully with an ensemble morning team, can write and can report for the Web quickly and clearly; along with a resume and audition reel, you will be asked to send links to recent digital work.  Associate producer who can assist producers in writing and creating relevant and engaging newscasts.  Apply online at https://tegna.jobs.net.   EOE.  (6/29)

** Openings at KCTV, Kansas City, MO/Fairway, KS:  Managing editor who is a leader/mentor/coach to guide a talented team as they find and refine their voices and styles while consistently executing the KCTV brand; must be an urgent/aggressive/collaborative coach who will foster a winning culture in this extremely competitive news market. Executive producer who has superior news judgment, has strong editorial/promotional/communication skills, has a track record overseeing breaking news and severe weather coverage on all platforms, understands how to own a big story, works closely with on-air staff/production staff/department heads, engages in team building and can implement the ND’s vision.  Producer who can create/coordinates/execute newscasts, providing editorial and production direction to field crews regarding content/coordination/newscast execution. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can research/shoot/write/edit daily reports for television/digital/social platforms, pitch story ideas daily that are interesting/compelling/consistent with the station’s brand and can develop contacts and sources in the community.  Editor/videographer who can edit dynamic, quality newscasts that represent the philosophy and standards established by the ND; must be able to shoot video for newscasts as needed.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, can tell impactful stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable and show how these stories effect our viewers through personalization; will also provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates/campaigns/issues during elections.  Traffic reporter/videographer who can provide live traffic reports for weekday morning newscasts, can research/shoot/write/edit daily reports for television/digital/social platforms, can pitch story ideas daily that are interesting/compelling/consistent with the station’s brand, can fill-in anchor on a variety of news shows, has strong writing skills and can work well under deadline.  Assignment editor/digital producer who will run the assignment desk/dispatch crews/call on potential stories/write Web stories/post on social media platforms.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.  (6/29)

 

— Openings at WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO:  Producer (Job #REQ-20472) who will produce daily newscast items, decide the order in which stories will be told, write teases and other content, time news programs, edit video, and post video to the website. Reporter (Job #REQ-20201, REQ-23272 and REQ-16755) who can gather facts, interview people on and off-camera, can go live or record stories, is enterprising, is self-motivated and can work independently to follow leads capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Will also be responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment. Bureau reporter (Job #REQ-18571) with the same abilities.  Investigative reporter (Job #REQ15653) who will organize, research, write and produces original investigative news stories for broadcast and digital platforms.  Videographer (Job #REQ-20202 and REQ-21403) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Will also be responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Anchor/reporter (Job #REQ-18834 and REQ-22628) who can produce content for multiple platforms, work with management to enterprise and develop stories daily and demonstrate compelling storytelling using dynamic live shots and stand-ups, creative graphics, and use of digital and social media platforms.  Part-time video editor (Job #FEQ-22927).  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  (6/5)

 

Openings at KSNF/KODE-TV, Joplin, MO:  Meteorologist/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-22840) who can forecast weather conditions and produces and anchors weather reports for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers will report GA news three days a week. Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  (6/5)

 

— Openings at KYTV, Springfield, MO:  Morning co-anchor who is passionate about viewers something to look forward to in the mornings, can solo-anchor when necessary for several hours, values creativity/hard work/enterprise, will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the newsroom, will be a mentor to staff members and can help research stories. Producer who can oversee an hour of news daily including pre-production/graphic/content/editing/writing, is creative, won’t just stack and write a newscast, can showcase each story, brings story ideas to the table daily and can write excellent conversational stories.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, can tell impactful stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable and show how these stories effect our viewers through personalization; will also provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates/campaigns/issues during elections.  Political reporter/videographer with the same abilities.  Investigative reporter for a consumer unit that is all about viewers and ranges from advocacy journalism and scams to recalls and investigations, can successfully research and investigate stories that affect change and make a difference for viewers, is a creative storyteller, has the ability to write and edit compelling stories for on-air and digital, can ask the tough questions and can confront people as needed.  Bureau reporters with at least two years experience who are aggressive and passionate about covering local news and weather, value creativity, work hard and enterprise hard news story ideas; the ideal candidate won’t be afraid to head out into the field to cover urgent breaking news, do creative live shots and fight to be the lead every day. Apply online at https://gray.tv.  (6/29)

 

–Openings at KTVO, Kirksville, MO:  A dynamic weekend anchor/reporter who is a team leader, has a great personality, plans shows, produces content, has a passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to engage with the audience.  Apply online at https://sbgi.net.   (7/12)

 

— Openings at KOAM-TV, Joplin, MO:  Evening anchor/reporter who is passionate about the job, is a working Journalists, can take an active role in newsgathering every day across all screens and platforms, is friendly and authoritative, exhibits urgency every day but particularly during breaking news and is active on social media; producing skills are not required but will put you at the top of the pack. Weekend anchor with the same abilities. Experienced reporter whose specialty is live and late-breaking stories. Sports anchor/reporter who can produce sports stories and segments for all platforms in four different states (Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri), is passionate about local sports and can also produce the largest local football publication in the area each fall, so a background social media and digital content creation is a must. Demo and resume to the KOAM-TV HR Dept., 2950 NE Highway 69 P.O. Box 659. Pittsburg, KS 66762-0659 or apply online at https://KOAMnewsnow.com/jobs  (6/29)

 

**Openings at WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY: Experienced, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts, has a track record of being creative and aggressive with breaking news, works well under deadline, has the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear manner, has excellent news judgment, is flexible and has a positive can-do attitude.  A dynamic and authentic reporter who brings energy/urgency/conversational style to newscasts, has solid news judgment, is a true team player, brings positive energy to the newsroom, can cover big and breaking stories, can enterprise compelling content, can deliver breaking news with urgency/credibility/context and can ad-lib comfortably in appropriate situations.  Experienced morning reporter whose specialty is live and late-breaking stories, is an experienced storyteller, can work either individually to edit or as a team to collaborate on newscast stories, understands the urgency of breaking news and knows the importance of deadlines. Apply online at https://hearsttelevision.com.  (6/29)

 

–Openings at WBKO-TV, Bowling Green, KY:  News director who wants to help shape the journalists of the future, is a newsroom leader, loves teaching and training, has a strong working knowledge of community issues and needs, has sound journalistic principles and can oversee all content gathering and presentation.  Reporter/videographer who can enterprise ideas, can break news, can piece together polished and effective stories and is creative/digital savvy/aggressive/not afraid to try new things. “You bring the drive and determination. We bring the training and coaching!”  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   EOE    (6/29)

 

–Openings at WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY: Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Producer with 1-3 years experience who is strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is self-starter and expects curveballs in story assignments. Experienced meteorologist/reporter-videographer for a station that takes weather seriously, especially when it’s severe.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   (6/5) 

 

                — Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH:  Experienced and motivated assignment/digital editor with 1-3 yeas experience who can help the news team create engaging up-to-the-minute content for newscasts so must have great people skills, have excellent news judgment and thrive on digging for stories, as well as connect with the community; will select/develop/plan reporting assignments to be covered by the station’s team of digital and broadcast journalists, and develop enterprise stories.  Creative and ambitious producer who is a strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling. A smart and competitive weekend evening anchor who can do it all and relishes being a leader, working closely with producers and reporters to develop content for multiple newscasts, as well as content for Web/mobile/social media platforms; must do reporting and producing a needed.  Dynamic, high-level, storytelling reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who gathers news for broadcast, Web and other platforms of the future. Apply online at www.tegna.com.   (6/22)

 

** Openings at KBJR-TV, Duluth, MN: A smart and competitive newscast producer who will also take a lead role online and on social media, access to all the latest news gathering technology and knows the difference between stacking a show and creating a memorable newscast that meets audience needs. Dynamic, high-level, storytelling reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who gathers news for broadcast, Web and other platforms of the future.  Chief political reporter who is a self-starter, has a track record covering state politics and developing relationships with lawmakers and key staff. can dive into the data and tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories impact our viewers through coverage on-air/live/taped/digital platforms for Gray Media stations in Madison/Eau Claire/Wausau/Green Bay/Duluth.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (6/29)

 

**Openings at KTTC-TV, Rochester, MN: Weekend reporter/anchor who can work with the morning team on weekdays. Producer who can help create and grow digital content, will help produce the station’s noon newscast and contribute to our digital platform and be “digital first.” Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who has mastered producing basics, has a demonstrated commitment to story showcasing using targeted layering, embraces the concept of a hungry rundown, aggressively adds “happening now” live content and real time social interaction. Entry-level meteorologist for a market that experiences all types of weather — snow, rain, tornadoes, derechos, floods and more. Demo and resume to the KTTC-TV HR Dept., 6301 Bandel Rd. NW, Rochester, MN 55901 or apply online at https://gray.tv.  (6/5)

— Openings at KNBN-TV, Rapid City, SD:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can produce stories on a daily basis to all platforms. Producer for a dynamic and fast-paced morning newscast who is a motivated and self-directed person who works well alone but functions smoothly as part of a team and has strong editorial judgment and writing skills.  Apply online at https://newscenter1.com.     (6/22)

 

** Openings at WDTN/WBDT-TV, Dayton, OH:  Weekend evening anchor/reporter (Job #REQ-14776) who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day and who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-23720 and REQ-24284) who has strong writing skills, great news judgment and creative enterprise thinking; must possess a polished presentation to deliver the news and other content, have an energetic personality with strong people skills and excellent writing ability and can write, report, post to the web. Videographer (Job #REQ-23254) who sets up/composes/executes video shots, maintains video equipment, edits video clips for television broadcasts and eMedia content and operates live microwave and satellite trucks in remote situations.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (6/22)

               

** Openings at WNCT-TV, Greenville, NC:  Assistant news director (Job #REQ-25224) who will assist the ND with all aspects of news, weather and sports programming production, and serves as the ND in his/her absence.  Producer who can produces daily newscast items, decides the order in which stories will be told, writes teases and other content, times news programs, edits video, and posts video to the Web site.  Morning anchor/producer (Job #REQ-124491) who will be responsible for the news content of newscasts and serve as the primary or secondary presenter of news stories and other content for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers.  Video editor (Job #REQ-21198).  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (6/29)

 

**Openings at WITN-TV, Greenville, NC:  Anchor/producer to lead its ENC At 3 newscast who has a knack for communication, has a passion for storytelling, knows how to make enduring connections with the community, has strong organizational skills and has the ability to balance an ever-changing calendar of live guests.  Producer who can gather and showcase engaging, new and shareable content. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a born storyteller, lives for current events, enterprises hard news lead stories, won’t pitch the latest press release, has a knack for communication and a passion for videography. Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (6/25)

  

** WACH-TV, Columbia, SC seeks an experienced, hands-on news director with strong leadership skills and a bold style to lead one of the strongest local newsrooms in the country, produce impact stories and place a distinctive focus on accountability reporting.  Apply online at http://sbgi.net.  (7/12)

 

**Openings at WIS-TV, Columbia, SC:  Assistant news director who is motivated, is hands-on, can craft daily news coverage, can help oversee a dynamic, Emmy winning team. possesses strong news judgement and a competitive fire to drive audience growth on all platforms, has strong leadership skills and has the ability to generate news content ideas and strategies with impact.  Senior producer who is a journalist and storyteller, is a news junkie with a drive for producing engaging content for all platforms and can gather and showcase engaging/new/sharable content.  Producer who can gather and showcase engaging, new and shareable content. Weekend reporter who is full of energy, is aggressive, is digitally minded, loves to break news/be live/be first, investigates all leads, can shoot/write/edit/produce memorable stories across all platforms, connects with the viewer during live shots and can tell a clear and compelling story.  Meteorologist who has superior forecasting and storytelling skills and is adept in all aspects of meteorology, including forecasting, graphics preparation, digital presentation, social media and live reporting in the field. Apply online at www.gray.tv.   (6/29)

 

** Openings at WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC:  Producer who has great news judgment, believes in urgent/active writing, has good showcasing skills, is detail-oriented, works well with others in an environment that is fast-paced and high stress environment and is willing to work overnights/holidays/weekends/OT as needed.  Senior reporter who loves to lead a newscast, can help lead a staff by example and is a true storyteller.  Reporter/videographer who can enterprise lead stories, not pitch the news release of the day, can report hard news stories viewers can’t get anywhere else, write FOIA requests, examine documents and agendas, find stories that truly matter to people, generate story ideas, report/shoot/edit video on your own and can run your own live shots every day. Sports anchor/reporter whose philosophy is focused on superior storytelling/in-depth digital coverage/what sports viewers really want to know and wants to find the story behind the story for the Clemson Tigers, USC Gamecocks, Carolina Panthers and high-profile high school sports. Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (6/25)

 

** Openings at WYFF-TV, Greenville, SC:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a born storyteller, lives for current events, enterprises hard news lead stories, won’t pitch the latest press release, has a knack for communication and a passion for videography.  Videogapher/editor who has the ability to capture the essence of what’s happening in the field and then bring it vividly into the homes of viewers; will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting/editing/executing live shots for stories, is tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium; must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam/GoPro/laptop computer/iPhone, edit in Adobe Premiere, utilize the ENG/SNG/wireless data to feed completed work to the station, so excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere/Precis/ABC/CNN platforms are critical. Apply online at https://hearst.com.    (7/12)

 

–Openings at WHNS-TV, Greenville, SC: Primary producer who wants to be on the forefront of designing/crafting/executing a one-hour local news show; must create/coordinate/execute this newscast daily, write scripts and crafting a hard news show. Reporter who has strong writing skills, great news judgment and creative enterprise thinking; must possess a polished presentation to deliver the news and other content, have an energetic personality with strong people skills and excellent writing ability and can write, report, post to the web and participate regularly in community projects outside of normal work hours.  Sports anchor/reporter whose philosophy is focused on superior storytelling, in depth digital coverage and what sports viewers really want to know; apply if you want to find the story behind the story for the Clemson Tigers, USC Gamecocks, Carolina Panthers and high-profile prep sports.  Apply to https://gray.tv.   (6/29)

 

— Openings at WBTW-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC: Anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-24074) who can be the newsroom leader on the weekend, produce and anchor newscasts, display good news judgment, utilize solid writing and social media skills and can bring to the table a track record of working in a team environment.  A hands-on, aggressive/innovative/creative/dynamic producer (Job #REF-23914) who has a successful track record, will write & produce news stories for daily newscasts, will produce newscast and will serve as a control room leader during severe weather and breaking news coverage. Reporter/videographer (Job #REQ-15856) who can construct packages, can broker information on a variety of topics, can coordinate with producers and the assignment desk, can generate story ideas, and can shoot/write/edit stories.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (6/5)

 

** Openings at WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, SC:  Reporter/videographer (Job #REQ-24482 and REQ- 22491) who can construct packages, can broker information on a variety of topics, can coordinate with producers and the assignment desk, can generate story ideas, and can shoot/write/edit stories.  Videographer/editor (Job #REQ-23095 and REQ-24879). Video editor (Job #REQ-21169).  Apply online at  https://nexstar.tv.    (6/29)

 

 

 

RADIO NETWORK/SYNDICATION: 

 

 

 

 

RADIO: 

 

— Openings at WBBM/WCFS, Chicago: Overnight anchor/reporter with at least three years experience (news radio background preferred) who has an enterprising attitude and impressive work ethic, can work primarily late evening and overnight hours but may also include early mornings/evenings/holidays/weekends, can operate under tight deadlines, works collaboratively, pitches story ideas, is active on various social media channels and contributes content to the station website.  A talented part-time anchor/reporter ((Job #2023-5225) with at least five years experience in radio news who has strong on-air communication skills, is a strong writer, can think on your feet, can ask probing questions, can deal with high-pressure situations with ease and grace, has curiosity and a natural rapport with people on all income and educational levels, can develop story ideas for coverage as well as take directions from the desk, can gather information quickly, can conduct interviews and can prepare stories for air; must be a team player.  Writer/editor who will oversee the newsroom during the course of a daypart and will be responsible for creating rundowns, selecting sound to air during newscasts, writing and approving copy and coordinating with the digital content team; as a writer will work off an assigned lineup drawing information from resource copy, the audio file and appropriate network sources; since there is little opportunity for detailed review of copy before airing, writers must “get it right the first time” and be able to work effectively under pressure.  Dynamic and talented traffic/sports reporter/editor/producer (Job #2023-5031) with at least two years experience who can gather/write/select information to run in radio traffic reports over the air/online/on social media platforms, supervise all traffic operations assets, plan and prepare for upcoming traffic coverage.  Assistant producer (Job #2023-5152) whose 

 

primary duties involve taking and editing audio from multiple sources including reporters/weather feeds/network audio feeds; will also place phone calls to check on news stories, use internet and other sources to follow up or gain insight for use in news stories, screen calls from public relations firms, take messages for reporters, perform work on short deadlines with attention to detail, prioritize a high volume of work and manage multiple tasks simultaneously; other duties as assigned by management.

 

 

Apply online at https://audacyinc.com.    EOE.  (8/10) 

 

— Openings at WBEZ-FM Chicago:  Executive editor who will lead the day-to-day operations of WBEZ’s newsroom and oversee a growing team of editors/reporters/producers, will oversee the station’s daily talk show, Reset, will work closely with the executive editor of the co-owned Chicago Sun-Times to identify opportunities for editorial collaboration between their respective newsrooms and will collaborate with other teams and departments, including Community Engagement/the podcast team/programming teams.  For a complete job description and to apply, go online to https://www.wbez.org.   EOE.  (7/12)

                — KMOX (AM), St. Louis, MO seeks a reporter (Job #2023-5202) with at least two years experience who can gather/write/record/edit/deliver news content for hourly newscasts, can provide live coverage when breaking news occurs, can interview eyewitnesses/authorities/newsmakers, can deliver scripted/pre-recorded/live reports on newsworthy events, can present research or coverage on station talk shows, can develop and research potential news stories, and has a critical eye and a flexible schedule including holidays and weekends; there could be opportunity for fill-in anchor hours.  Apply online at https://audacyinc.com.   EOE.  (6/14)

 

 

ONLINE:

 

— Openings at WBBM (AM)/WCFS-FM, Chicago, IL:  Full-time digital content producer (Job #2021-4136) who has with strong news judgment and news-gathering skills, as well as a passion for local news and audio storytelling; will work with a team to grow the audience across all platforms, from the mobile Web to social media to smart speakers. For complete job details and to apply, go online to www.audacy.com    EOE.  (7/12)

 

— Openings at WBEZ-FM Chicago:  Executive editor (Job #481) who will lead the day-to-day operations of WBEZ’s newsroom and oversee a growing team of editors/reporters/producers, will oversee the station’s daily talk show, Reset, will work closely with the Executive Editor of the co-owned Chicago Sun-Times to identify opportunities for editorial collaboration between their respective newsrooms and will collaborate with other teams and departments, including Community Engagement/the podcast team/programming teams.  For a complete job description and to apply, go online to https://www.wbez.org.   EOE.  (6/5)

 

                –Openings at Patch.com:  Editor/writers.  Here is its ad:  Did a rapacious hedge-fund vulture just take over your local newspaper? Consider a job with Patch, the local news company that’s setting revenue records and plowing those profits back into its editorial team for the fifth consecutive year. We are passionate about local news, and if you are too and you want to work in a positive, supportive, entrepreneurial environment, APPLY NOW to be a local editor at Patch. Ideal candidates for full-time, salaried positions as Patch local editors are tenacious, agile, productive reporters and sharp storytellers. They also are:

  • obsessed with telling readers what they need to know about their communities
  • productive reporters and sharp storytellers
  • enthusiastic, competitive and innovative
  • capable of turning a smart, accurate headline
  • adept practitioners of social media and SEO
  • tech savvy and always eager to learn something new

If this sounds like a job worthy of your talent, APPLY TODAY through our editorial jobs application page.  To learn more about Patch, visit this page.  Patch is building an eclectic, talented team to match the cultural diversity of our country. Patch offers competitive benefits, a quarterly bonus program, ongoing personal and professional development opportunities, and an equal opportunity workplace committed to providing employees with an inclusive environment free of discrimination and harassment.   EOE.  (7/12)

 

— The H-F Chronicle (Flossmoor, IL) seeks stringers to cover Homewood and Flossmoor for a hyperlocal 24/7 online publication that also publishes a monthly newspaper; experience in covering government and meetings required; must be available to work nights.  Three clips and resume to Patty Houlihan, public outreach mgr., at phoulihan@hfchronicle.com.  EOE   (indef.)

 

** The not-for-profit Indiana Local News Initiative seeks an editor-in-chief to create newsrooms in Indianapolis (25 employees) and Gary (five employees); it intends to report nonpartisan information at no cost to its audience, headed by former Indianapolis Star publisher Karen Ferguson Fuson, who says “This is public service journalism,” and is serving as board chair of the new organization; partners include the Star, WISH-TV, WFYI-FM/TV and the Indianapolis Reporter. For complete information and to apply online, go to localnewsforindiana.org.   EOE.  (6/29)

               

— Industry Dive seeks journalists who can work remotely and fill a variety of positions, including editor and reporter.  For full details of openings, and to apply online, go to https://industrydive.com.  EOE.  (7/12)

 

— WBTW-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC seeks a digital executive producer (Job # REQ-24691) who will manage a team of digital producers, update the local website, curate high-performing content, craft homepage layouts driven by data, and help report news — everything from quick-hit local stories to breaking news and enterprise reports, working on building a loyal local audience by being responsive to real-time web traffic patterns and audience interest while serving as a steward of our brands.  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   EOE.   (6/5)

 

— Openings at WMBD-TV, Peoria, ILDigital content executive producer (Job #REQ-20638) who will create multimedia stories for TV/online news platforms/associated social media, can assist with Web posting/site management/video editing/videography/photo and graphics editing and can fill in as a broadcast news producer when needed.  Digital producer (Job #REQ-23126) who can lead the transition from broadcast- focused newsrooms to multi-platform newsrooms through active daily example; providing training in methods/processes/tactics as well as in creating and editing original content beyond that which is produced for on-air.  Digital reporter (Job #REQ-18760) who is a skilled writer, can craft headlines and content that provide value to the audience, can drive user engagement, can use data to make decisions about audience interest trends, can reach out to contacts, can source the Web, can find information on social media to build stories that will be high performing across multiple websites and has a strong knowledge of social media; the ability to take photos and create video is a plus.  Apply online at https://cjproud.com.  EOE.  (8/31)

 

 

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JOURNALISM EDUCATION:~   

 

— Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy/Chicago seeks faculty members for staff and/or adjunct teaching jobs.   Send resume/CV, transcripts, contact information for three references and a letter describing relevant qualifications to the Flashpoint HR Dept., 28 N. Clark St., 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60602, call (312) 506-0643 or e-mail humanresources@tfa.edu. EOE  (Indef.) 

 

 

 

OLDER ENTRIES BELOW:

NETWORK/CABLE:  

— PBS Wisconsin (Madison, WI) seeks an experienced and creative executive producer who can lead its team of nationally award-winning producers to produce long-form documentary broadcast programs focused on the state’s diverse history/people/cultures, possesses an understanding of engaging an audience through the human experience,along with the skill to coach a team’s visual and written storytelling skills, has extensive archival research experience, has a passion for history and the ability to manage projects with multiple community stakeholders and deadlines.  Wisconsin Public Media is part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Apply online and get a full job description at  https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/517772/executive-producer     EOE.  (5/8)

 

— Openings at News Nation, Chicago, IL: Correspondent (JOB #REQ-21492) who is a natural storyteller, is flexible and adaptable and equally at ease covering news of day and breaking news, will be responsible for covering stories in the Chicago area and the corresponding geographic region, often include responding to and covering major breaking news throughout the country, so must be willing to work in the office and travel on assignments.  Creative, informed and innovative national news producer (Job #REQ-24133) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Segment producer (Job #REQ-23587 and REQ-24040) responsible for contributing story ideas, writing stories and segments, compiling elements to support those stories, and organizing them within an energetic and memorable broadcast, solving problems and forming the editorial direction of the show.  Creative field producer (Job #REQ-23526) who will oversee the production of a story: working with the correspondent and photographer to set up interviews, gather video, collect information and write stories; will be the liaison between the crew and the newsroom, which is also based in Chicago but will require frequent travel to stories including breaking news.  Creative, informed and innovative producer (Job #REQ-23526 and REQ-23170) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Videographer/video editor (Job #REQ-23628) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   EOE.  (5/21) 

 

 

TELEVISION:

 

— Openings at WGN-TV, Chicago: Creative, informed and innovative producer (Job #REQ-17461) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Videographer/video editor (Job #REQ-22761 and REQ-13973) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Part-time Assignment editor (Job #REQ-20874) who can coordinate booking of transmission facilities and satellite space for live/tape feeds, track costs of studio/crew bookings per show staying within company budgets, build freelance crew and satellite rosters across the country, communicate with assignment desk/feed room/show personnel with IFB’s/satellite space/TVU circuits and assist the assignment manager in assigning photographers/producers. Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-22758) who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Per-diem writer (Job #REQ-22760).  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  EOE.  (5/21)

 

–Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago: Newswriter/producer (Job #9347) who can conceive and execute daily news programs, is energetic, is aggressive, and can bring creative and fresh ideas to a newscast; must have solid news judgment and ability to support overall quality of the newscast with a keen eye for detail, including spelling, fact checking, balance and fairness.. Apply online at https://careers.paramount.com   EOE.  (5/21)

 

— Openings at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago:  Collaborative anchor/reporter (Job #10038172) who will be  responsible for taking ownership of and working with producers and reporters/colleagues to craft high impact content on linear and digital platforms, set the tone for teamwork and excellence within the station and across the station group, is an empathetic and ethical news leader committed to uncovering and reporting the facts, places integrity above all else, is a team player and compelling journalist, and is an  inclusive storyteller who has the ability to authentically engage and connect with a diverse audience.  Apply online at www.disneycareers.com.   EOE.  (6/5)

— Openings at WTTW-TV, Chicago:  Digital news reporter (Job. #290) who can conceive, develop and write journalistically sound stories for the WTTW news Web site and other platforms while collaborating with colleagues on reporting efforts throughout the newsroom. Apply online at https://wttw.com.   EOE.   (5/21)

 

**Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL: Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer who has a passion for story-telling and news gathering, has a strong understanding of how news is delivered on multiple platforms; must produce and anchor the weekend late news as well as report from an assigned beat three nights a week. Producer for top-ranked newscasts who can also keep online news current.  Experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who wants to be coached and challenged every day to achieve full potential, while working in a state-of-the-art digital newsroom; will shoot/write/edit content for digital and broadcast platforms; during newscasts, will be teamed with a photojournalist for active LIVE storytelling.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior Missouri state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable, show how these stories effect viewers through personalization and provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates, campaigns and issues during elections; must produce enterprise/investigative/breaking news. Missouri political reporter with the same abilities. Springfield-based Illinois state capitol bureau chief who will team with an established capitol bureau photojournalist and whose work will air on seven Gray stations, going live daily live daily with stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories effect viewers. Send resume, references and links to work to Chad Mahoney, ND, WGEM-AM/FM/TV, 513 Hampshire, Quincy, IL 62301 or e-mail cmahoney@wgem.com or go online to https://gray.tv.     EOE.  (6/5). 

 

— Openings at WHBF-TV, Rock Island, IL:  Experienced producer (Job #REQ-22117) who brings enterprise coverage ideas to the product on day one, produces daily newscast items, decides the order in which stories will be told, writes teases and other content, times news programs, edits video, and posts video to the Web site.  A dynamic and experienced morning news anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-22693 and REQ-23082) with at least 3-to-5 years experience who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-24130)  with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Superstar weekend meteorologist (Job #REQ-20992)  who can assist in writing/copy edit/research/coordinate weather programming and other content and can respond to breaking and/or severe weather events and other urgent newsrooms situations as required.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.    EOE  (6/30)                                                                            

 

–Openings at WEEK-TV/Heart of Illinois ABC, Peoria, IL:  Morning anchor who will produce daily newscast items, decide the order in which stories will be told, edit video and post video to the website.  Evening anchor with the same abilities.  Producer who can manage the newscast timing/flow/pace and keeps up with assignments, breaking news and wires to make sure the newscast provides the viewer with the best information. A dynamic and experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts and can enterprise story ideas. Apply to Leon Hendricks, ND, WEEK-TV, 2907 Springfield Rd., East Peoria, IL 61611 or e-mail lhendricks@week.com.   EOE   (5/21)

 

–Openings at WMBD/WYZZ-TV, Peoria, IL:  News director (Job #REQ-23658) who can plan and manage staffing/training/performance evaluations, make decisions regarding hiring/evaluation/promotion/termination of employees, develop news coverage strategy for the station and its Web site, critique newscasts daily to correct errors/improve coverage/provide mentoring feedback to news staff and assign projects to staff and verify that deadlines are being met. Anchor (Job #REQ-24075) and REQ-24416) with at least five years experience who is an excellent communicator, has a superb on-air presence, is energetic, can deliver everything from hard news to features with clarity and poise on-air/online/on all other media platforms, and can be a newsroom leader.  Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-23323, REQ-21918, REQ-19078 and REQ-21343) with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Assignment manager (Job #REQ-24095) responsible for being the lead for incoming news stories which includes information gathering/planning/coordinating news coverage across all station platforms. Chief photographer (Job #REQ-23171) with at least five years experience who is a team-oriented leader, is passionate about storytelling, is detail-oriented while also seeing the big picture and thrives in a competitive environment; will oversee day-to-day photo operations including their individual performance, all ENG gear and related technology, and its fleet of vehicles, also playing a significant role in special projects and special events, election and political coverage and other news-related programming.  Driven sports reporter (Job #REQ-22324) who can produce and anchor sports reports for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers. contributing story ideas; writing stories; organizing them within an energetic and memorable newscast or digital content for the Web.  Meteorologist (Job #REQ-20632) who has a compelling on-air presence, can contribute to all social media platforms, can produce news content and has a degree in meteorology or related sciences; preference will be given to candidates with reporting, shooting, writing and editing abilities. Associate producer (Job #REQ-17761) who can contribute story ideas/write stories/organize them within an energetic and memorable newscast or digital content for the Web. Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  EOE.  (5/31)

 

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–Openings at WICS-TV, Springfield, IL:  Videographer who can see beyond the lens. Producer who is not afraid to be creative. Weekend meteorologist/reporter to present the weather forecast for the weekend news and report three days a week; will be responsible for the content of the weather cast on-air and on digital/social platforms.    

 

A dynamic reporter/videographer who is an outstanding journalist, has a great personality, produces content regularly, has competitive passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience. Apply online at http://sbgi.net, then send a link or DVD of recent work, with resume to the WICS-TV ND, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703.  No calls.   EOE   (5/21)

 

Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL:    Weekday daytime anchor with at least two years experience who has a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills and can provide content for use over-the-air and on social media pages.  Weekend anchor/reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with the same abilities.  A reporter/videographer who can shoot and edit creative and engaging content for TV newscasts/social media/mobile platforms; the station seeks journalists who tell compelling stories on their own or with a team in a deadline-driven environment. Passionate and experienced producer whose schedule will include weekends, and will be responsible for generating content for TV, web, mobile and social networking.  Applicants need to be familiar with the latest photography and editing techniques. Knowledge of Avid Media Composer is preferred. Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com.  EOE.  (5/29)

Openings at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Producer (Job #JR-031191) with at least two years experience who is a newsroom leader, is looking for a challenging opportunity, can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms and has strong editorial, journalistic, organizational and communication skills.  Reporter/videographer (Job. #JR-031376) with at least two years experience who can take assignments and/or evaluate news leads and news tips to develop story ideas, gather and verify factual information regarding stories through interview/observation/research, organize material, determine slant or emphasis, writes story according to prescribed editorial style and format standards, shoot video and still photos to illustrate stories, edit video packages for all platforms, go live and package stories and work cooperatively with photographer assigned to story if one is assigned.  Morning meteorologist (Job #JR-031391) with 1-3 years experience who will anchor both from the studio and live on location from events, will further the station’s mission, will be involved in the community, can analyze meteorological data gathered by satellites and radar to prepare reports and forecasts for the public and can offer residents an urban/suburban mix with lots of restaurants/coffee shops/parks/lakefront museums/a thriving music and arts scene.  Apply online at www.scripps.com.  EOE.   (5/15)

 

–Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Videographer/video editor who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Send tape/DVD and resume where not otherwise indicated to the WDJT/WYTU-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  (5/29)

 

— Openings at WISC-TV. Madison, WI: A talented news director with at least seven years of journalism experience for a station that has had only five in the past 42 years, can lead a newsroom comprised of industry veterans, new industry entrants and the professionals in-between, has a legacy of excellence, can oversee 40 hours of television news a week and embrace coverage through apps/social/Web site/streaming video channels that all combine to lead the market, is committed to quality journalism, will be a leader in the community and will respond to market and societal conditions; apply online at https://morganmurphymedia.com/current-openings/news-director-3/   Assistant news director who will join an experienced team of managers, can help lead and grow a team of hungry and creative journalists, will set the daily editorial strategy, will work with broadcast and digital producers to execute that strategy across different platforms,  join a hands-on and collaborative management team in setting long-term strategy/budgets/recruit new talent, and coach and train veteran and emerging journalists; apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.com. Producer who can select the most meaningful stories for viewers, oversee story development/live coverage/field crews, write and edit news stories for newscasts, work closely with production staff to execute the technical presentation of the newscast, collaborate with other producers on daily rundowns/story placement/the most creative and engaging presentation of content, create content for Web and digital platforms that will help kick-start an aggressive daily social strategy and help meet online/social/mobile goals, inspire and innovate daily and know that attitude and open-mindedness is part of a team that wants to listen and engage with the audience–apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.com.   EOE.  (5/29)

–Openings at WMTV, Madison, WI: Videographer/Editor who excels at identifying/gathering/editing powerful images and compelling sound and has a track record of producing content that is “on point” creatively/technically/ in a brand-focused way for TV and digital platforms.  Chief political reporter who is a self-starter, has a track record covering state politics and developing relationships with lawmakers and key staff. can dive into the data and tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories impact our viewers through coverage on-air/live/taped/digital platforms for Gray Media stations in Madison/Eau Claire/Wausau/Green Bay/Duluth.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.   EOE.  (5/21)

— Openings at WKOW-TV, Madison, WI: A strong and energetic political anchor/capitol bureau chief who can be a presence in the newsroom/on the set/in the field, is knowledgeable of the legislative process/the courts/executive branch, has investigative zeal, has a passion for the First Amendment, can clearly report the human impact of official action and has experience in producing and anchoring a weekly political talk show; must do GA reporting as needed.  Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer with at least one year newsroom experience who can update the Web site and social media platforms, has great news judgment, has good on-air skills can do it all, can work closely with producers and has familiarity with Avid/iNews/Wisconsin news is a plus.  Chief Photographer who has a passion for visual storytelling, will maintain high standards for quality, can pass along knowledge in a positive and professional way, can supervise and train its team of photojournalists, can  train new reporters on equipment that includes shooting/editing/live gear, can perform daily news gathering including shooting and editing VOs/VO-SOTs/packages/other special content, can work with the ND to hire photojournalists and will coordinate the photographer schedule to provide excellent coverage on all shifts.  Rush demo (where appropriate) and resume to Dani Maxwell, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail dmaxwell@wkow.com.  EOE   (5/12)    

–Openings at WXOW-TV, La Crosse, WI:  Executive producer who will be responsible for day-to-day production of its evening newscasts, determine the content flow of newscasts, work with on-air staff and
management to generate/write/produce/develop content for broadcast/Web/social media, has strong writing skills, has excellent news judgment and has creative showcasing skills. Reporter/videographer who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Weekend anchor who can produce and anchor weekend newscasts and be the station’s lead reporter three days a week.  Anchor/reporter who is ambitious and is passionate about local news and journalism.  Assignment editor who is responsible, self-motivated, organized and can help lead the newsroom.  An upbeat/intelligent/charismatic meteorologist with at least one year experience who can deliver an accurate and understandable forecast; must have excellent communication skills, must work well within deadlines and under pressure, must know or learn the latest version of The Weather Company’s MAX and can produce live and recorded weather updates for its radio partners. Sports anchor/reporter who thrives on making sports journalism lead-worthy in a newscast, won’t just covers scores and highlights, can break stories in the world of sports can cover it all from the local high schools to the collegiate level and can produce compelling local sports stories that go beyond the playing field.  Demo and resume to Sean Dwyer, ND, WXOW-TV, 30 CTH24, La Crescent, MN 55947 or e-mail at sdwyer@wxow.com.   (5/12)

 

— Openings at WQOW-TV, Eau Claire, WI: Reporter/videographer who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurateDemo and resume to Kristen Shill, ND, WQOW-TV, at kshill@wqow.com.   (5/15)

 

— Openings at WLUK-TV, Green Bay, WI:  Executive producer who can combine creativity with a desire to lead others.  Creative producer who wins breaking news.  GA reporter/videographer with the same abilitiesFor job details and to apply, go online to  https://sbgi.net.     (5/15)

 

–Openings at WRTV, Indianapolis, IN: Dynamic producer (Job #030697) who wants to tell stories with integrity, live the principles of journalism, make area communities stronger and the world better.  Apply online at scripps.com/careers/find-a-job.   (5/15)

 

–Openings at WBND-LP, South Bend, IN: Morning anchor/reporter who is a personable and versatile communicator with exceptional anchoring, reporting and writing skills for all platforms; must have a passion for news and enterprise storytelling and excel at breaking news coverage on the desk and in the field.  Producer who can tell the stories about the area that viewers want to hear, so the job isn’t just about getting “it;” this is about being part of it and not a show-stacker. Reporter/videographer who has a passion for covering local news, takes initiative in generating stories, excels in live coverage, ad-libs effortlessly, engages with the community, connects with viewers on broadcast/digital/social platforms is energetic/engaging/experienced/professional, has strong writing and enterprise reporting skills and solid news judgment.  Full-time and part-time videographer/editors who can deliver high-quality storytelling; the station wants someone and can bring out the emotion of stories through video/editing/dramatic lighting.  E-mail humanresources@abc57.com.   (5/25)   

 

— Openings at WTHI-TV, Terre Haute, IN:  Creative reporter/producer who wins breaking news, shoots and edits stories, that include daily news/special news/features/sports/live events. takes direction from and interacts with the assignment desk/producers/reporters/anchors/production control room personnel and can maintain and operate camera equipment as well as company vehicles safely and efficiently. Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com.  EOE.  (6/5)

— Openings at WFFT-TV, Fort Wayne, IN: Executive producer who eats, breathes and sleeps local news, lives for breaking news, is the best producer in your current shop, is a leader, is ready to take the next step, understands the importance of telling local stories and knows ways to do so in creative ways.  Videographer with one year experience who has strong editing and shooting skills. is a creative self-starter, is dependable and has a passion for compelling visual storytelling; this is a dayside position. Producer with at least two years of line-producing experience who can create great content, execute exciting projects and join a talented and diverse newsroom where training and culture is a priority.  Questions to Andy Paras, ND, at aparas@wfft.com.  Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com/careers/wfft.html.  (6/5)

— Openings at KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA: Morning executive producer who is an experienced journalist, has strong news judgment and leadership skills, can mentor and guide producers and can work with anchors/reporters/editors/directors/digital staff to ensure KCRG content is meeting viewer and internal standards and expectations, particularly on breaking news and severe weather.  Anchor/reporter-videographer with 1-3 years experience who is strong writer and editor, has a passion for improving storytelling, can shoot and edit video, can research and write news stories, can learn on the fly and can help plan special reports.  Reporter who is self-starting, likes to be in control of a story, finds unique ways to present stories, can build interaction with followers online, expects curveballs in story assignments and can multitask.  Videographer who will be expected to be able to work alone or as part of a team with a reporter to gather video/interviews/information and then edit that video into a story for presentation on TV and digital platforms.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.  (5/25) 

 

–Openings at KWQC-TV Davenport, IA: Reporter who is self-starting, likes to be in control of a story, finds unique ways to present stories, can build interaction with followers online, expects curveballs in story assignments and can multitask.  Energetic and highly motivated producer who is a strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling.  Anchor/reporter who can produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   EOE  (5/25)

 

— Openings at KSDK-TV, St. Louis, MO:  A strong and enterprising reporter/videographer who has the ability to create shareable and compelling stories, is connected to the community, fully understands the market and connects with the audience on all platforms, works skillfully with an ensemble morning team, can write and can report for the Web quickly and clearly; along with a resume and audition reel, you will be asked to send links to recent digital work.  Talented and experienced chief photographer who is highly skilled, is an accomplished leader, can set the bar for a talented team of photographers and editors to create sharable and compelling content for television/digital/social/mobile, can tell great stories independently or with a team, is familiar with the latest techniques in photography/editing tools/software/lighting, is a breaking news champion, leads by example, is proficient with live news gathering tools, is able to participate in live performance on air and live streaming when necessary and has a winning attitude is a must.  Videographer/editor who is highly skilled, is artistic as a photographer and editor, can create sharable and compelling content for all platforms and can tell great stories independently or with a team.  Apply online at https://tegna.jobs.net.   EOE.  (5/15)

 

— Openings at WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO:  Producer (Job #REQ-20472) who will produce daily newscast items, decide the order in which stories will be told, write teases and other content, time news programs, edit video, and post video to the website. Reporter (Job #REQ-20201, REQ-23272 and REQ-16755) who can gather facts, interview people on and off-camera, can go live or record stories, is enterprising, is self-motivated and can work independently to follow leads capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Will also be responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment. Bureau reporter (Job #REQ-18571) with the same abilities.  Investigative reporter (Job #REQ15653) who will organize, research, write and produces original investigative news stories for broadcast and digital platforms.  Videographer (Job #REQ-20202 and REQ-21403) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Will also be responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Anchor/reporter (Job #REQ-18834 and REQ-22628) who can produce content for multiple platforms, work with management to enterprise and develop stories daily and demonstrate compelling storytelling using dynamic live shots and stand-ups, creative graphics, and use of digital and social media platforms.  Part-time video editor (Job #FEQ-22927).  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  (6/5)

 

Openings at KSNF/KODE-TV, Joplin, MO:  Meteorologist/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-22840) who can forecast weather conditions and produces and anchors weather reports for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers will report GA news three days a week. Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  (6/5)

 

— Openings at KYTV, Springfield, MO:  Morning co-anchor who is passionate about viewers something to look forward to in the mornings, can solo-anchor when necessary for several hours, values creativity/hard work/enterprise, will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the newsroom, will be a mentor to staff members and can help research stories. Producer who can oversee an hour of news daily including pre-production/graphic/content/editing/writing, is creative, won’t just stack and write a newscast, can showcase each story, brings story ideas to the table daily and can write excellent conversational stories.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, can tell impactful stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable and show how these stories effect our viewers through personalization; will also provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates/campaigns/issues during elections.  Political reporter/videographer with the same abilities.  Investigative reporter for a consumer unit that is all about viewers and ranges from advocacy journalism and scams to recalls and investigations, can successfully research and investigate stories that affect change and make a difference for viewers, is a creative storyteller, has the ability to write and edit compelling stories for on-air and digital, can ask the tough questions and can confront people as needed.  Bureau reporters with at least two years experience who are aggressive and passionate about covering local news and weather, value creativity, work hard and enterprise hard news story ideas; the ideal candidate won’t be afraid to head out into the field to cover urgent breaking news, do creative live shots and fight to be the lead every day. Apply online at https://gray.tv.  (5/21)

 

–Openings at KTVO, Kirksville, MO:  A dynamic weekend anchor/reporter who is a team leader, has a great personality, plans shows, produces content, has a passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to engage with the audience.  Apply online at https://sbgi.net.   (5/15)

 

— Openings at KOAM-TV, Joplin, MO:  Evening anchor/reporter who is passionate about the job, is a working Journalists, can take an active role in newsgathering every day across all screens and platforms, is friendly and authoritative, exhibits urgency every day but particularly during breaking news and is active on social media; producing skills are not required but will put you at the top of the pack. Weekend anchor with the same abilities. Experienced reporter whose specialty is live and late-breaking stories. Sports anchor/reporter who can produce sports stories and segments for all platforms in four different states (Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri), is passionate about local sports and can also produce the largest local football publication in the area each fall, so a background social media and digital content creation is a must. Demo and resume to the KOAM-TV HR Dept., 2950 NE Highway 69 P.O. Box 659. Pittsburg, KS 66762-0659 or apply online at https://KOAMnewsnow.com/jobs  (5/25)

 

–Openings at WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY: Experienced, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts, has a track record of being creative and aggressive with breaking news, works well under deadline, has the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear manner, has excellent news judgment, is flexible and has a positive can-do attitude.  A dynamic and authentic anchor/reporter who brings energy/urgency/conversational style to newscasts. has solid news judgment and strong reporting skills, is a true team player, brings positive energy to the newsroom and the news-gathering process, can cover big and breaking stories, can enterprise compelling content and connect with the community, can deliver breaking news with urgency/credibility/context, can connect on air and on social with viewers/users and can ad-lib comfortably in appropriate situations.  Experienced reporter whose specialty is live and late-breaking stories.  A self-motivated, team-oriented videographer/editor who understands the pressures and purpose of local television news, is an experienced storyteller, can collaborate and lead when collecting and editing visual elements for compelling storytelling, can work either individually to edit or as a team to collaborate on newscast stories, understands the urgency of breaking news, and the importance of deadlines, can shoot on a full-size Sony ENG camera and has experience with non-linear editing. Apply online at https://hearsttelevision.com.  (5/15)

 

–Openings at WBKO-TV, Bowling Green, KY:  News director who wants to help shape the journalists of the future, is a newsroom leader, loves teaching and training, has a strong working knowledge of community issues and needs, has sound journalistic principles and can oversee all content gathering and presentation.  Reporter/videographer who can enterprise ideas, can break news, can piece together polished and effective stories and is creative/digital savvy/aggressive/not afraid to try new things. “You bring the drive and determination. We bring the training and coaching!”  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   EOE    (5/25)

 

–Openings at WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY: Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Producer with 1-3 years experience who is strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is self-starter and expects curveballs in story assignments. Experienced meteorologist/reporter-videographer for a station that takes weather seriously, especially when it’s severe.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   (6/5) 

 

                — Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH:  Experienced and motivated assignment editor with 1-3 yeas experience who can help the news team create engaging up-to-the-minute content for newscasts so must have great people skills, have excellent news judgment and thrive on digging for stories, as well as connect with the community; will select/develop/plan reporting assignments to be covered by the station’s team of digital and broadcast journalists, and develop enterprise stories.  Creative and ambitious executive producer will work with a team of producers/reporters/videographers/digital staff to craft highly engaging and memorable content and is a visionary who looks beyond the norm and takes risks.  An experienced producer who is a strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling. A smart and competitive weekend evening anchor who can do it all and relishes being a leader, working closely with producers and reporters to develop content for multiple newscasts, as well as content for Web/mobile/social media platforms; must do reporting and producing a needed.  Dynamic, high-level, storytelling reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who gathers news for broadcast, Web and other platforms of the future. Apply online at www.tegna.com.   (5/15)

 

–Openings at KBJR-TV, Duluth, MN:  Dynamic, high-level, storytelling reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who gathers news for broadcast, Web and other platforms of the future.  Chief political reporter who is a self-starter, has a track record covering state politics and developing relationships with lawmakers and key staff. can dive into the data and tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories impact our viewers through coverage on-air/live/taped/digital platforms for Gray Media stations in Madison/Eau Claire/Wausau/Green Bay/Duluth.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (5/21)

 

**Openings at KTTC-TV, Rochester, MN: Weekend reporter/anchor who can work with the morning team on weekdays. Producer who can help create and grow digital content, will help produce the station’s noon newscast and contribute to our digital platform and be “digital first.” Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who has mastered producing basics, has a demonstrated commitment to story showcasing using targeted layering, embraces the concept of a hungry rundown, aggressively adds “happening now” live content and real time social interaction. Entry-level meteorologist for a market that experiences all types of weather — snow, rain, tornadoes, derechos, floods and more. Demo and resume to the KTTC-TV HR Dept., 6301 Bandel Rd. NW, Rochester, MN 55901 or apply online at https://gray.tv.  (6/5)

— Openings at KNBN-TV, Rapid City, SD:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can produce stories on a daily basis to all platforms. Producer for a dynamic and fast-paced morning newscast who is a motivated and self-directed person who works well alone but functions smoothly as part of a team and has strong editorial judgment and writing skills.  Apply online at https://newscenter1.com.     (5/15)

 

— Openings at WDTN/WBDT-TV, Dayton, OH:  Producer (Job #REQ-23722 and REQ-24094) who knows how to create memorable newscasts, has a track record of being creative and aggressive with breaking news, works well under deadline, has the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear manner, has excellent news judgment, is flexible and has a positive can-do attitude. Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day. Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day and who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-23720 and REQ-24284) who has strong writing skills, great news judgment and creative enterprise thinking; must possess a polished presentation to deliver the news and other content, have an energetic personality with strong people skills and excellent writing ability and can write, report, post to the web. Videographer (Job #REQ-23254) who sets up/composes/executes video shots, maintains video equipment, edits video clips for television broadcasts and eMedia content and operates live microwave and satellite trucks in remote situations.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (5/21)

 

— Openings at WNCT-TV, Greenville, NC:  Morning anchor/producer who will be responsible for the news content of newscasts and serve as the primary or secondary presenter of news stories and other content for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers.  Video editor (Job #REQ-21198).  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (5/21)

 

–Openings at WITN-TV, Greenville, NC:  Anchor/producer to lead its ENC At 3 newscast who has a knack for communication, has a passion for storytelling, knows how to make enduring connections with the community, has strong organizational skills and has the ability to balance an ever-changing calendar of live guests.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a born storyteller, lives for current events, enterprises hard news lead stories, won’t pitch the latest press release, has a knack for communication and a passion for videography. Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (5/15)

 

–Openings at WIS-TV, Columbia, SC:  Assistant news director who is motivated, is hands-on, can craft daily news coverage, can help oversee a dynamic, Emmy winning team. possesses strong news judgement and a competitive fire to drive audience growth on all platforms, has strong leadership skills and has the ability to generate news content ideas and strategies with impact.  Senior producer who is a journalist and storyteller, is a news junkie with a drive for producing engaging content for all platforms and can gather and showcase engaging/new/sharable content.  Producer who can gather and showcase engaging, new and shareable content. Weekend reporter who is full of energy, is aggressive, is digitally minded, loves to break news/be live/be first, investigates all leads, can shoot/write/edit/produce memorable stories across all platforms, connects with the viewer during live shots and can tell a clear and  compelling story.  Meteorologist who has superior forecasting and storytelling skills and is adept in all aspects of meteorology, including forecasting, graphics preparation, digital presentation, social media and live reporting in the field. Apply online at www.gray.tv.   (5/25)

 

— Openings at WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC:  Producer who has great news judgment, believes in urgent/active writing, has good showcasing skills, is detail-oriented, works well with others in an environment that is fast-paced and high stress environment and is willing to work overnights/holidays/weekends/OT as needed.  Reporter/videographer who can enterprise lead stories, not pitch the news release of the day, can report hard news stories viewers can’t get anywhere else, write FOIA requests, examine documents and agendas, find stories that truly matter to people, generate story ideas, report/shoot/edit video on your own and can run your own live shots every day. Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (5/15)

 

— Openings at WYFF-TV, Greenville, SC:  Strong, take-charge producer who is creative and aggressive and can make key decisions correctly and quickly.  Sports anchor/reporter whose philosophy is focused on superior storytelling, in depth digital coverage and what sports viewers really want to know; apply if you want to find the story behind the story for the Clemson Tigers, USC Gamecocks, Carolina Panthers and high-profile prep sports. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a born storyteller, lives for current events, enterprises hard news lead stories, won’t pitch the latest press release, has a knack for communication and a passion for videography.  Producer who can gather and showcase engaging, new and shareable content. Apply online at https://hearst.com.    (5/29)

 

–Openings at WHNS-TV, Greenville, SC: Primary producer who wants to be on the forefront of designing/crafting/executing a one-hour local news show; must create/coordinate/execute this newscast daily, write scripts and crafting a hard news show. Reporter who has strong writing skills, great news judgment and creative enterprise thinking; must possess a polished presentation to deliver the news and other content, have an energetic personality with strong people skills and excellent writing ability and can write, report, post to the web and participate regularly in community projects outside of normal work hours.  Sports anchor/reporter whose philosophy is focused on superior storytelling, in depth digital coverage and what sports viewers really want to know; apply if you want to find the story behind the story for the Clemson Tigers, USC Gamecocks, Carolina Panthers and high-profile prep sports.  Apply to https://gray.tv.   (5/21)

 

** Openings at WBTW-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC: Anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-24074) who can be the newsroom leader on the weekend, produce and anchor newscasts, display good news judgment, utilize solid writing and social media skills and can bring to the table a track record of working in a team environment.  A hands-on, aggressive/innovative/creative/dynamic producer (Job #REF-23914) who has a successful track record, will write & produce news stories for daily newscasts, will produce newscast and will serve as a control room leader during severe weather and breaking news coverage. Reporter/videographer (Job #REQ-15856) who can construct packages, can broker information on a variety of topics, can coordinate with producers and the assignment desk, can generate story ideas, and can shoot/write/edit stories.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (6/5)

 

— Openings at WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, SC:  Reporter/videographer (Job #REQ-21784 and REQ- 22491) who can construct packages, can broker information on a variety of topics, can coordinate with producers and the assignment desk, can generate story ideas, and can shoot/write/edit stories.  Videographer/editor (Job #REQ-23095 and REQ-23829). Video editor (Job #REQ-21169).  Apply online at  https://nexstar.tv.    (5/21)

 

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NETWORK/CABLE:  

** PBS Wisconsin (Madison, WI) seeks an experienced and creative executive producer who can lead its team of nationally award-winning producers to produce long-form documentary broadcast programs focused on the state’s diverse history/people/cultures, possesses an understanding of engaging an audience through the human experience,along with the skill to coach a team’s visual and written storytelling skills, has extensive archival research experience, has a passion for history and the ability to manage projects with multiple community stakeholders and deadlines.  Wisconsin Public Media is part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Apply online and get a full job description at  https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/517772/executive-producer     EOE.  (5/8)

— Openings at News Nation, Chicago, IL: Correspondent (JOB #REQ-21492) who is a natural storyteller, is flexible and adaptable and equally at ease covering news of day and breaking news, will be responsible for covering stories in the Chicago area and the corresponding geographic region, often include responding to and covering major breaking news throughout the country, so must be willing to work in the office and travel on assignments.  Segment producer (Job #REQ-23587 and REQ-23172) responsible for contributing story ideas, writing stories and segments, compiling elements to support those stories, and organizing them within an energetic and memorable broadcast, solving problems and forming the editorial direction of the show.  Creative field producer (Job #REQ-22419) who will oversee the production of a story: working with the correspondent and photographer to set up interviews, gather video, collect information and write stories; will be the liaison between the crew and the newsroom, which is also based in Chicago but will require frequent travel to stories including breaking news.  Creative, informed and innovative producer (Job #REQ-23526 and REQ-23170) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Videographer/video editor (Job #REQ-23628) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.   EOE.  (4/18) 

TELEVISION:

— Openings at WGN-TV, Chicago: Creative, informed and innovative producer (Job #REQ-17461) who can assist in the writing of anchor packages, draft and edit interview questions, copy edit and rewrite scripts, collecting and share editorial updates during breaking news coverage, and providing ongoing logistical and administrative support for the anchor.  Videographer/video editor (Job #REQ-22761 and REQ-13973) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Part-time Assignment editor (Job #REQ-20874) who can coordinate booking of transmission facilities and satellite space for live/tape feeds, track costs of studio/crew bookings per show staying within company budgets, build freelance crew and satellite rosters across the country, communicate with assignment desk/feed room/show personnel with IFB’s/satellite space/TVU circuits and assist the assignment manager in assigning photographers/producers. Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-22758) who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Per-diem writer (Job #REQ-22760).  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  EOE.  (4/20)

–Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago: Executive producer (Job #34559) who is a dynamic and strategy-oriented newsroom leader, can supervise all aspects of the station’s multi-platform operation, can lead staff to produce original/compelling/well-branded content on all platforms.  Newswriter/producer (Job #9347) who can conceive and execute daily news programs, is energetic, is aggressive, and can bring creative and fresh ideas to a newscast; must have solid news judgment and ability to support overall quality of the newscast with a keen eye for detail, including spelling, fact checking, balance and fairness.. Apply online at https://careers.paramount.com   EOE.  (4/20)

— Openings at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago:  Collaborative anchor/reporter (Job #10038172) who will be  responsible for taking ownership of and working with producers and reporters/colleagues to craft high impact content on linear and digital platforms, set the tone for teamwork and excellence within the station and across the station group, is an empathetic and ethical news leader committed to uncovering and reporting the facts, places integrity above all else, is a team player and compelling journalist, and is an  inclusive storyteller who has the ability to authentically engage and connect with a diverse audience.  Energetic and dynamic GA reporter (Job #10038464) who contributes ideas, works sources, writes effectively, delivers live reports flawlessly and generates material for all platforms, has the ability to gather and present news in a fast-paced, deadline environment, has solid writing and reporting background, can develop sources, can enterprise stories, understands digital platforms and has social media experience.  Apply online at www.disneycareers.com.   EOE.  (5/4)

— Openings at WTTW-TV, Chicago:  Digital news reporter (Job. #290) who can conceive, develop and write journalistically sound stories for the WTTW news Web site and other platforms while collaborating with colleagues on reporting efforts throughout the newsroom. Apply online at https://wttw.com.   EOE.   (4/20)

–Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL: Producer for top-ranked newscasts who can also keep online news current.  Experienced reportem/videographer (multimedia journalist) who wants to be coached and challenged every day to achieve full potential, while working in a state-of-the-art digital newsroom; will shoot/write/edit content for digital and broadcast platforms; during newscasts, will be teamed with a photojournalist for active LIVE storytelling.  Videographer with the same abilities.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior Missouri state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, tell stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable, show how these stories effect viewers through personalization and provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates, campaigns and issues during elections; must produce enterprise/investigative/breaking news. Missouri political reporter with the same abilities. Springfield-based Illinois state capitol bureau chief who will team with an established capitol bureau photojournalist and whose work will air on seven Gray stations, going live daily live daily with stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable; must have the ability to show how these stories effect viewers. Videographer who has an eye for powerful pictures and an ear for great sound.  Send resume, references and links to work to Chad Mahoney, ND, WGEM-AM/FM/TV, 513 Hampshire, Quincy, IL 62301 or e-mail cmahoney@wgem.com or go online to https://gray.tv.     EOE.  (5/4). 

— Openings at WHBF-TV, Rock Island, IL:  Experienced producer (Job #REQ-22117) who brings enterprise coverage ideas to the product on day one, produces daily newscast items, decides the order in which stories will be told, writes teases and other content, times news programs, edits video, and posts video to the Web site.  A dynamic and experienced morning news anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-22693 and REQ-23082) with at least 3-to-5 years experience who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-24130)  with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Superstar weekend meteorologist (Job #REQ-20992)  who can assist in writing/copy edit/research/coordinate weather programming and other content and can respond to breaking and/or severe weather events and other urgent newsrooms situations as required.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.    EOE  (6/30)                                                                            

–Openings at WEEK-TV/Heart of Illinois ABC, Peoria, IL:  Anchor/producer who will produce daily newscast items, decide the order in which stories will be told, write teases and other content, time news programs, edit video, and post video to the website.  Weekend anchor with the same abilities.  Producer who can manage the newscast timing/flow/pace and keeps up with assignments, breaking news and wires to make sure the newscast provides the viewer with the best information. A dynamic and experienced reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts and can enterprise story ideas. Apply to Leon Hendricks, ND, WEEK-TV, 2907 Springfield Rd., East Peoria, IL 61611 or e-mail lhendricks@week.com.   EOE   (4/20)

–Openings at WMBD/WYZZ-TV, Peoria, IL:  News director (Job #REQ-23658) who can plan and manage staffing/training/performance evaluations, make decisions regarding hiring/evaluation/promotion/termination of employees, develop news coverage strategy for the station and its Web site, critique newscasts daily to correct errors/improve coverage/provide mentoring feedback to news staff and assign projects to staff and verify that deadlines are being met. Anchor (Job #REQ-24075) and REQ-24416) with at least five years experience who is an excellent communicator, has a superb on-air presence, is energetic, can deliver everything from hard news to features with clarity and poise on-air/online/on all other media platforms, and can be a newsroom leader.  Superstar reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-23323, REQ-21918, REQ-19078 and REQ-21343) with two years experience who can report/shoot/edit stories, can develop contacts, can enterprise story ideas, is proficient in Associated Press style/Photoshop/Basic HTML, has strong grammatical skills with a demonstrated ability to edit and self-edit and has familiarity with content management systems and SEO.  Assignment manager (Job #REQ-24095) responsible for being the lead for incoming news stories which includes information gathering/planning/coordinating news coverage across all station platforms. Chief photographer (Job #REQ-23171) with at least five years experience who is a team-oriented leader, is passionate about storytelling, is detail-oriented while also seeing the big picture and thrives in a competitive environment; will oversee day-to-day photo operations including their individual performance, all ENG gear and related technology, and its fleet of vehicles, also playing a significant role in special projects and special events, election and political coverage and other news-related programming.  Driven sports reporter (Job #REQ-22324) who can produce and anchor sports reports for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers. contributing story ideas; writing stories; organizing them within an energetic and memorable newscast or digital content for the Web.  Meteorologist (Job #REQ-20632) who has a compelling on-air presence, can contribute to all social media platforms, can produce news content and has a degree in meteorology or related sciences; preference will be given to candidates with reporting, shooting, writing and editing abilities. Associate producer (Job #REQ-17761) who can contribute story ideas/write stories/organize them within an energetic and memorable newscast or digital content for the Web. Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  EOE.  (5/31)

 

–Openings at WCCU-TV, Champaign, IL:  A dynamic evening anchor who will be part of a news share for the Quincy market located in Champaign; must bring a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills to provide content for local broadcast and digital platforms, as well as maintain a robust presence on social media pages. Apply online at http://sbgi.net.   EOE.    (4/24) 

**Openings at WICS-TV, Springfield, IL:  Videographer who can see beyond the lens. Producer who is not afraid to be creative. Weekend meteorologist/reporter to present the weather forecast for the weekend news and report three days a week; will be responsible for the content of the weather cast on-air and on digital/social platforms.    

A dynamic reporter/videographer who is an outstanding journalist, has a great personality, produces content regularly, has competitive passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience. Apply online at http://sbgi.net, then send a link or DVD of recent work, with resume to the WICS-TV ND, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703.  No calls.   EOE   (4/16)

** Openings at WRSP-TV, Springfield, IL:  Weekend evening anchor with at least two years experience who has a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills and can provide content for use over-the-air and on social media pages. Reporter/videographer who is an outstanding journalist, has a great personality, produces content regularly, has competitive passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience. Apply online at https://www.sbgi.net.   EOE.   (4/17)

Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL:    Weekday daytime anchor with at least two years experience who has a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills and can provide content for use over-the-air and on social media pages.  Weekend anchor/reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with the same abilities.  A reporter/videographer who can shoot and edit creative and engaging content for TV newscasts/social media/mobile platforms; the station seeks journalists who tell compelling stories on their own or with a team in a deadline-driven environment. Passionate and experienced producer whose schedule will include weekends, and will be responsible for generating content for TV, web, mobile and social networking.  Applicants need to be familiar with the latest photography and editing techniques. Knowledge of Avid Media Composer is preferred. Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com.  EOE.  (4/24)

** Openings at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Producer (Job #JR031191) with at least two years experience who is a newsroom leader, is looking for a challenging opportunity, can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms and has strong editorial, journalistic, organizational and communication skills.  Apply online at www.scripps.com.  EOE.   (5/4)

–Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Videographer/video editor who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Send tape/DVD and resume where not otherwise indicated to the WDJT/WYTU-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  (4/24)

— Openings at WISC-TV. Madison, WI: A talented news director with at least seven years of journalism experience for a station that has had only five in the past 42 years, can lead a newsroom comprised of industry veterans, new industry entrants and the professionals in-between, has a legacy of excellence, can oversee 40 hours of television news a week and embrace coverage through apps/social/Web site/streaming video channels that all combine to lead the market, is committed to quality journalism, will be a leader in the community and will respond to market and societal conditions; apply online at https://morganmurphymedia.com/current-openings/news-director-3/   Assistant news director who will join an experienced team of managers, can help lead and grow a team of hungry and creative journalists, will set the daily editorial strategy, will work with broadcast and digital producers to execute that strategy across different platforms,  join a hands-on and collaborative management team in setting long-term strategy/budgets/recruit new talent, and coach and train veteran and emerging journalists; apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.com. Weekend sports anchor/reporter for a station that will aggressively cover the Wisconsin Badgers, the Green Bay Packers and local HS sports, is dynamic and energetic, is an engaging talent and can tell the stories behind the scores that attract both the sports addict and the non-sports enthusiasts; will shoot highlights, will write and edit stories for sportscasts, will publish content and will engage with audiences through social and digital channels; apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.comProducer who can select the most meaningful stories for viewers, oversee story development/live coverage/field crews, write and edit news stories for newscasts, work closely with production staff to execute the technical presentation of the newscast, collaborate with other producers on daily rundowns/story placement/the most creative and engaging presentation of content, create content for Web and digital platforms that will help kick-start an aggressive daily social strategy and help meet online/social/mobile goals, inspire and innovate daily and know that attitude and open-mindedness is part of a team that wants to listen and engage with the audience; apply online at  https://morganmurphymedia.com.   EOE.  (4/28)

–Openings at WMTV, Madison, WI: Videographer/Editor who excels at identifying/gathering/editing powerful images and compelling sound and has a track record of producing content that is “on point” creatively/technically/ in a brand-focused way for TV and digital platforms.  Evening anchor/reporter-videographer who is a dynamic and high-level storyteller, can deliver every day and has investigative and/or consumer reporting experience.  Digital and 6 p.m. newscast producer who can take the newscast to the next level, can work closely with the ND and EP in shaping and ensuring the execution of our digital-first strategy on all platforms; must be an innovator who can see the big picture yet is a stickler for the details, writing conversationally (for TV) and with AP style (for digital). Apply online at https://gray.tv.   EOE.  (4/11)

— Openings at WKOW-TV, Madison, WI: A strong and energetic political anchor/capitol bureau chief who can be a presence in the newsroom/on the set/in the field, is knowledgeable of the legislative process/the courts/executive branch, has investigative zeal, has a passion for the First Amendment, can clearly report the human impact of official action and has experience in producing and anchoring a weekly political talk show; must do GA reporting as needed.  Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer with at least one year newsroom experience who can update the Web site and social media platforms, has great news judgment, has good on-air skills can do it all, can work closely with producers and has familiarity with Avid/iNews/Wisconsin news is a plus.  Chief Photographer who has a passion for visual storytelling, will maintain high standards for quality, can pass along knowledge in a positive and professional way, can supervise and train its team of photojournalists, can  train new reporters on equipment that includes shooting/editing/live gear, can perform daily news gathering including shooting and editing VOs/VO-SOTs/packages/other special content, can work with the ND to hire photojournalists and will coordinate the photographer schedule to provide excellent coverage on all shifts.  Weekend sports anchor/reporter who thrives on making sports journalism lead-worthy in a newscast, won’t just covers scores and highlights, can break stories in the world of sports can cover it all from the local high schools to the collegiate level and can produce compelling local sports stories that go beyond the playing field.  Rush demo (where appropriate) and resume to Dani Maxwell, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail dmaxwell@wkow.com.  EOE   (4/11)    

–Openings at WXOW-TV, La Crosse, WI:  Executive producer who will be responsible for day-to-day production of its evening newscasts, determine the content flow of newscasts, work with on-air staff and
management to generate/write/produce/develop content for broadcast/Web/social media, has strong writing skills, has excellent news judgment and has creative showcasing skills. Reporter/videographer who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Weekend anchor who can produce and anchor weekend newscasts and be the station’s lead reporter three days a week.  Anchor/reporter who is ambitious and is passionate about local news and journalism.  Assignment editor who is responsible, self-motivated, organized and can help lead the newsroom.  An upbeat/intelligent/charismatic meteorologist with at least one year experience who can deliver an accurate and understandable forecast; must have excellent communication skills, must work well within deadlines and under pressure, must know or learn the latest version of The Weather Company’s MAX and can produce live and recorded weather updates for its radio partners. Sports anchor/reporter who thrives on making sports journalism lead-worthy in a newscast, won’t just covers scores and highlights, can break stories in the world of sports can cover it all from the local high schools to the collegiate level and can produce compelling local sports stories that go beyond the playing field.  Demo and resume to Sean Dwyer, ND, WXOW-TV, 30 CTH24, La Crescent, MN 55947 or e-mail at sdwyer@wxow.com.   (4/11)

 

— Openings at WQOW-TV, Eau Claire, WI: Reporter/videographer who can conduct interviews, can review and correct copy, is clear and concise, responds quickly to breaking news, can edit video, meets deadlines, has good news judgment, can determine a story’s emphasis and can provide information that is complete and accurate.  Weekend reporter/videographer with the same abilities.  Anchor/reporter who is ambitious and is passionate about local news and journalism.  Assignment editor who is responsible, self-motivated, organized and can help lead the newsroom.  An upbeat/intelligent/charismatic meteorologist with at least one year experience who can deliver an accurate and understandable forecast; must have excellent communication skills, must work well within deadlines and under pressure, must know or learn the latest version of The Weather Company’s MAX and can produce live and recorded weather updates for its radio
partners.  Demo and resume to Kristen Shill, ND, WQOW-TV, at kshill@wqow.com.   (4/11)

 

— Openings at WLUK-TV, Green Bay, WI:  Executive producer who can combine creativity with a desire to lead others.  Creative producer who wins breaking news.  GA reporter/videographer with the same abilitiesFor job details and to apply, go online to  https://sbgi.net.     (4/11)

 

–Openings at WRTV, Indianapolis, IN: Dynamic producer (Job #030697) who wants to tell stories with integrity, live the principles of journalism, make area communities stronger and the world better.  Videographer (Job #031127) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck/video camera/video editing equipment. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) (Job #JR030453) who will be responsible for researching/writing/capturing visual content and editing stories for multiple platforms.  Real-time editor (Job #031134) who will be responsible for managing all cross-platform content gathering operations at the station during the assigned shifts, story scouting, field crew management and monitoring of scanner/digital platform/news e-mail. Apply online at scripps.com/careers/find-a-job.   (4/11)

 

**Openings at WBND-LP, South Bend, IN: Assignment Editor who can find the stories about the area that viewers want to watch, can build strong connections in the Michiana community/local government, and emergency personnel. This job requires a highly organized individual that can keep track of several projects at once and is also able to drop everything at a moment’s notice when a big story happens. Morning anchor/reporter who is a personable and versatile communicator with exceptional anchoring, reporting and writing skills for all platforms; must have a passion for news and enterprise storytelling and excel at breaking news coverage on the desk and in the field.  Weekend morning anchor/reporter with the same abilities.  Producer who can tell the stories about the area that viewers want to hear, so the job isn’t just about getting “it;” this is about being part of it and not a show-stacker. Reporter/videographer who has a passion for covering local news, takes initiative in generating stories, excels in live coverage, ad-libs effortlessly, engages with the community, connects with viewers on broadcast/digital/social platforms is energetic/engaging/experienced/professional, has strong writing and enterprise reporting skills and solid news judgment.  Full-time and part-time videographer/editors who can deliver high-quality storytelling; the station wants someone and can bring out the emotion of stories through video/editing/dramatic lighting.  E-mail humanresources@abc57.com.   (4/24)   

 

— Openings at WTHI-TV, Terre Haute, IN:  Creative reporter/producer who wins breaking news, shoots and edits stories, that include daily news/special news/features/sports/live events. takes direction from and interacts with the assignment desk/producers/reporters/anchors/production control room personnel and can maintain and operate camera equipment as well as company vehicles safely and efficiently. Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com.  EOE.  (5/4)

— Openings at WFFT-TV, Fort Wayne, IN: Executive producer who eats, breathes and sleeps local news, lives for breaking news, is the best producer in your current shop, is a leader, is ready to take the next step, understands the importance of telling local stories and knows ways to do so in creative ways.  Videographer with one year experience who has strong editing and shooting skills. is a creative self-starter, is dependable and has a passion for compelling visual storytelling; this is a dayside position. Producer with at least two years of line-producing experience who can create great content, execute exciting projects and join a talented and diverse newsroom where training and culture is a priority.  Questions to Andy Paras, ND, at aparas@wfft.com.  Apply online at https://allenmediabroadcasting.com/careers/wfft.html.  (5/4)

** Openings at KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA: Morning executive producer who is an experienced journalist, has  trong news judgment and leadership skills, can mentor and guide producers and can work with anchors/reporters/editors/directors/digital staff to ensure KCRG content is meeting viewer and internal standards and expectations, particularly on breaking news and severe weather.  Anchor/reporter-videographer with 1-3 years experience who is strong writer and editor, has a passion for improving storytelling, can shoot and edit video, can research and write news stories, can learn on the fly and can help plan special reports.  Reporter who is self-starting, likes to be in control of a story, finds unique ways to present stories, can build interaction with followers online, expects curveballs in story assignments and can multitask.  Videographer who will be expected to be able to work alone or as part of a team with a reporter to gather video/interviews/information and then edit that video into a story for presentation on TV and digital platforms.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.  (4/24) 

 

–Openings at KWQC-TV Davenport, IA: Content news producer who is ready to start climbing the producing ladder in the broadcast industry and would be responsible for looking for and building fresh local/national/international content into the newscast. Reporter who is self-starting, likes to be in control of a story, finds unique ways to present stories, can build interaction with followers online, expects curveballs in story assignments and can multitask.  Energetic and highly motivated producer who is a strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling.  Anchor/reporter who can produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   EOE  (4/24)

 

–Openings at KSDK-TV, St. Louis, MO:  Talented and experienced chief photographer who is highly skilled, is an accomplished leader, can set the bar for a talented team of photographers and editors to create sharable and compelling content for television/digital/social/mobile, can tell great stories independently or with a team, is familiar with the latest techniques in photography/editing tools/software/lighting, is a breaking news champion, leads by example, is proficient with live news gathering tools, is able to participate in live performance on air and live streaming when necessary and has a winning attitude is a must.  Videographer/editor who is highly skilled, is artistic as a photographer and editor, can create sharable and compelling content for all platforms and can tell great stories independently or with a team.  Apply online at https://tegna.jobs.net.   EOE.  (4/11)

 

— Openings at WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO:  Producer (Job #REQ-20472) who will produce daily newscast items, decide the order in which stories will be told, write teases and other content, time news programs, edit video, and post video to the website. Reporter (Job #REQ-20201, REQ-23272 and REQ-16755) who can gather facts, interview people on and off-camera, can go live or record stories, is enterprising, is self-motivated and can work independently to follow leads capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Will also be responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment. Bureau reporter (Job #REQ-18571) with the same abilities.  Investigative reporter (Job #REQ15653) who will organize, research, write and produces original investigative news stories for broadcast and digital platforms.  Videographer (Job #REQ-20202 and REQ-21403) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Will also be responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment.  Anchor/reporter (Job #REQ-18834 and REQ-22628) who can produce content for multiple platforms, work with management to enterprise and develop stories daily and demonstrate compelling storytelling using dynamic live shots and stand-ups, creative graphics, and use of digital and social media platforms.  Part-time video editor (Job #FEQ-22927).  Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  (5/4)

 

Openings at KSNF/KODE-TV, Joplin, MO:  Meteorologist/reporter-videographer (Job #REQ-22840) who can forecast weather conditions and produces and anchors weather reports for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers will report GA news three days a week. Apply online at www.nexstar.tv.  (5/4)

 

— Openings at KYTV, Springfield, MO:  Morning co-anchor who is passionate about viewers something to look forward to in the mornings, can solo-anchor when necessary for several hours, values creativity/hard work/enterprise, will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the newsroom, will be a mentor to staff members and can help research stories. Producer who can oversee an hour of news daily including pre-production/graphic/content/editing/writing, is creative, won’t just stack and write a newscast, can showcase each story, brings story ideas to the table daily and can write excellent conversational stories.  Aggressive Jefferson City bureau chief/senior state political reporter/videographer to oversee a growing presence at the Capitol, do daily coverage for the five Gray stations across Missouri, can tell impactful stories that hold elected officials and state agencies accountable and show how these stories effect our viewers through personalization; will also provide enterprise reporting of state and federal candidates/campaigns/issues during elections.  Political reporter/videographer with the same abilities.  Investigative reporter for a consumer unit that is all about viewers and ranges from advocacy journalism and scams to recalls and investigations, can successfully research and investigate stories that affect change and make a difference for viewers, is a creative storyteller, has the ability to write and edit compelling stories for on-air and digital, can ask the tough questions and can confront people as needed.  Bureau reporters with at least two years experience who are aggressive and passionate about covering local news and weather, value creativity, work hard and enterprise hard news story ideas; the ideal candidate won’t be afraid to head out into the field to cover urgent breaking news, do creative live shots and fight to be the lead every day. Apply online at https://gray.tv.  (4/14)

 

–Openings at KTVO, Kirksville, MO:  A dynamic anchor/reporter who is a team leader, has a great personality, plans shows, produces content, has a passion to win, is open to innovation, embraces social media and knows how to engage with the audience.  Apply online at https://sbgi.net.   (4/3)

 

— Openings at KOAM-TV, Joplin, MO:  Evening anchor/reporter who is passionate about the job, is a working Journalists, can take an active role in newsgathering every day across all screens and platforms, is friendly and authoritative, exhibits urgency every day but particularly during breaking news and is active on social media; producing skills are not required but will put you at the top of the pack. Experienced reporter whose specialty is live and late-breaking stories.  A self-motivated, team-oriented videographer/editor who understands the pressures and purpose of local television news, is an experienced storyteller, can collaborate and lead when collecting and editing visual elements for compelling storytelling, can work either individually to edit or as a team to collaborate on newscast stories and understands both the urgency of breaking news and the importance of deadlines. Sports anchor/reporter who can produce sports stories and segments for all platforms in four different states (Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri), is passionate about local sports and can also produce the largest local football publication in the area each fall, so a background social media and digital content creation is a must. Part-time sports videographer who is willing to learn, has a positive outlook, has a passion for sports and is available on weekends; videography/editing/computer equipment experience is preferred but not required. Demo and resume to the KOAM-TV HR Dept., 2950 NE Highway 69 P.O. Box 659. Pittsburg, KS 66762-0659 or apply online at https://KOAMnewsnow.com/jobs  (4/24)

 

–Openings at WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY: Experienced, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts, has a track record of being creative and aggressive with breaking news, works well under deadline, has the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear manner, has excellent news judgment, is flexible and has a positive can-do attitude.  A dynamic and authentic anchor/reporter who brings energy/urgency/conversational style to newscasts. has solid news judgment and strong reporting skills, is a true team player, brings positive energy to the newsroom and the news-gathering process, can cover big and breaking stories, can enterprise compelling content and connect with the community, can deliver breaking news with urgency/credibility/context, can connect on air and on social with viewers/users and can ad-lib comfortably in appropriate situations.  Experienced reporter whose specialty is live and late-breaking stories.  A self-motivated, team-oriented videographer/editor who understands the pressures and purpose of local television news, is an experienced storyteller, can collaborate and lead when collecting and editing visual elements for compelling storytelling, can work either individually to edit or as a team to collaborate on newscast stories, understands the urgency of breaking news, and the importance of deadlines, can shoot on a full-size Sony ENG camera and has experience with non-linear editing. Apply online at https://hearsttelevision.com.  (4/11)

 

**Openings at WBKO-TV, Bowling Green, KY:  Reporter/videographer who can enterprise ideas, can break news, can piece together polished and effective stories and is creative/digital savvy/aggressive/not afraid to try new things. “You bring the drive and determination. We bring the training and coaching!” Editor/producer proficient in video editing who can edit videos needed for its AM Kentucky program; the station can train the right candidate, but newsroom knowledge is a bonus.  Apply online at http://gray.tv.   EOE    (4/24)

 

–Openings at WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY: Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Producer with 1-3 years experience who is strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is self-starter and expects curveballs in story assignments. Experienced meteorologist/reporter-videographer for a station that takes weather seriously, especially when it’s severe.  Sports anchor/reporter for an aggressive, sports-minded station focused on LOCAL sports who is passionate, has a strong work ethic, and has a “can-do” attitude; “We do more than just cover the highlights.” Apply online at http://gray.tv.   (5/4) 

 

                –Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH:  News director who will lead/mentor/develop the next generation of broadcast journalists, is a dynamic news professional who excels with high expectations/passion/dedication, is aggressive in pursuing breaking news, will lead and manage news coverage for WBNS-TV and a powerful group of digital and social platforms in a visual and viewer-oriented storytelling style; must prepare young journalists to develop their skills and move up within the company, be a creative thinker and self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced, winning news environment and have a strong knowledge of community issues and needs and understand sound journalistic principles. Creative and ambitious executive producer will work with a team of producers/reporters/videographers/digital staff to craft highly engaging and memorable content and is a visionary who looks beyond the norm and takes risks.  An experienced producer who is a strong writer and editor and has a passion for improving storytelling. A smart and competitive weekend evening anchor who can do it all and relishes being a leader, working closely with producers and reporters to develop content for multiple newscasts, as well as content for Web/mobile/social media platforms; must do reporting and producing a needed.  Dynamic, high-level, storytelling reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who gathers news for broadcast, Web and other platforms of the future. Apply online at www.tegna.com.   (4/11)

 

–Openings at KBJR-TV, Duluth, MN:  Dynamic, high-level, storytelling reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who gathers news for broadcast, Web and other platforms of the future.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (4/20)

 

**Openings at KTTC-TV, Rochester, MN: Weekend reporter/anchor who can work with the morning team on weekdays. Producer who can help create and grow digital content, will help produce the station’s noon newscast and contribute to our digital platform and be “digital first.” Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who has mastered producing basics, has a demonstrated commitment to story showcasing using targeted layering, embraces the concept of a hungry rundown, aggressively adds “happening now” live content and real time social interaction.  Demo and resume to the KTTC-TV HR Dept., 6301 Bandel Rd. NW, Rochester, MN 55901 or apply online at https://gray.tv.  (5/4)

                — Openings at KNBN-TV, Rapid City, SD:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can produce stories on a daily basis to all platforms. Producer for a dynamic and fast-paced morning newscast who is a motivated and self-directed person who works well alone but functions smoothly as part of a team and has strong editorial judgment and writing skills.  Apply online at https://newscenter1.com.     (4/11)

 

— Openings at WDTN/WBDT-TV, Dayton, OH:  Producer (Job #REQ-16193) who knows how to create memorable newscasts, has a track record of being creative and aggressive with breaking news, works well under deadline, has the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear manner, has excellent news judgment, is flexible and has a positive can-do attitude. Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day. Anchor/reporter who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day and who can also produce and edit video for daily newscasts, produce packages and features, work to gather and edit compelling video and sound, provide live coverage, produce and post content to Web and mobile platforms and contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #REQ-13478) who has strong writing skills, great news judgment and creative enterprise thinking; must possess a polished presentation to deliver the news and other content, have an energetic personality with strong people skills and excellent writing ability and can write, report, post to the web. Videographer (Job #REQ-23254) who sets up/composes/executes video shots, maintains video equipment, edits video clips for television broadcasts and eMedia content and operates live microwave and satellite trucks in remote situations.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (4/20)

 

–Openings at WITN-TV, Greenville, NC:  Anchor/producer to lead its ENC At 3 newscast who has a knack for communication, has a passion for storytelling, knows how to make enduring connections with the community, has strong organizational skills and has the ability to balance an ever-changing calendar of live guests.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a born storyteller, lives for current events, enterprises hard news lead stories, won’t pitch the latest press release, has a knack for communication and a passion for videography. Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (4/11)

 

–Openings at WIS-TV, Columbia, SC:  Assistant news director who is motivated, is hands-on, can craft daily news coverage, can help oversee a dynamic, Emmy winning team. possesses strong news judgement and a competitive fire to drive audience growth on all platforms, has strong leadership skills and has the ability to generate news content ideas and strategies with impact.  Senior producer who is a journalist and storyteller, is a news junkie with a drive for producing engaging content for all platforms and can gather and showcase engaging/new/sharable content.  Producer who can gather and showcase engaging, new and shareable content. Weekend reporter who is full of energy, is aggressive, is digitally minded, loves to break news/be live/be first, investigates all leads, can shoot/write/edit/produce memorable stories across all platforms, connects with the viewer during live shots and can tell a clear and  compelling story.  Meteorologist who has superior forecasting and storytelling skills and is adept in all aspects of meteorology, including forecasting, graphics preparation, digital presentation, social media and live reporting in the field. Apply online at www.gray.tv.   (4/28

 

–Openings at WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC:  Producer who has great news judgment, believes in urgent/active writing, has good showcasing skills, is detail-oriented, works well with others in an environment that is fast-paced and high stress environment and is willing to work overnights/holidays/weekends/OT as needed.  Videographer who wants to shoot and edit video for broadcast and Live5news.com; the position includes solo work as well as working with reporters and anchors on investigative content and special projects.  Meteorologist for an expanding department, who will work closely with the chief meteorologist/news managers/producers to provide comprehensive weather coverage in daily newscasts and in severe weather; all meteorologists also cover traffic in newscasts.  Apply online at https://gray.tv.   (4/11)

 

— Openings at WYFF-TV, Greenville, SC:  Experienced and dynamic news director who has the talent/energy/leadership to lead, is an enthusiastic and skilled communicator who leads the team in the execution of market-leading breaking news/weather coverage/community service on all platforms daily, can work with a unique format and has a dedication to hard news.  News editor who will cover stories as assigned.  Strong, take-charge producer who is creative and aggressive and can make key decisions correctly and quickly.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a born storyteller, lives for current events, enterprises hard news lead stories, won’t pitch the latest press release, has a knack for communication and a passion for videography.  Producer who can gather and showcase engaging, new and shareable content. Apply online at https://hearst.com.    (4/28)

 

–Openings at WHNS-TV, Greenville, SC: Primary producer who wants to be on the forefront of designing/crafting/executing a one-hour local news show; must create/coordinate/execute this newscast daily, write scripts and crafting a hard news show. Reporter who has strong writing skills, great news judgment and creative enterprise thinking; must possess a polished presentation to deliver the news and other content, have an energetic personality with strong people skills and excellent writing ability and can write, report, post to the web and participate regularly in community projects outside of normal work hours.  Sports anchor/reporter whose philosophy is focused on superior storytelling, in depth digital coverage and what sports viewers really want to know; apply if you want to find the story behind the story for the Clemson Tigers, USC Gamecocks, Carolina Panthers and high-profile prep sports.  Apply to https://gray.tv.   (4/20)

 

** Openings at WBTW-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC: A hands-on, aggressive/innovative/creative/dynamic producer (Job #REF-23914) who has a successful track record, will write & produce news stories for daily newscasts, will produce newscast and will serve as a control room leader during severe weather and breaking news coverage. Reporter/videographer (Job #REQ-15856) who can construct packages, can broker information on a variety of topics, can coordinate with producers and the assignment desk, can generate story ideas, and can shoot/write/edit stories.  Bureau reporter (Job #REQ-20043) with the same abilities.  Apply online at https://nexstar.tv.  (5/4)

 

— Openings at WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, SC:  Reporter/videographer (Job #REQ-21784, REQ- 22491, REQ-23132 and REQ-17758) who can construct packages, can broker information on a variety of topics, can coordinate with producers and the assignment desk, can generate story ideas, and can shoot/write/edit stories.  Videographer/editor (Job #REQ-23095).  Apply online at  https://nexstar.tv.    (4/20)

 

RADIO NETWORK/SYNDICATION: 

 

                ** Openings at Iowa Public Radio: Northeast Iowa reporter and host, based in Cedar Falls, who has great news judgment, has a strong sense of curiosity, has a knack for enterprise reporting, on three days each week can cover an area that includes Waterloo – the region’s largest city and one of Iowa’s most racially-diverse, Cedar Falls – home to the University of Northern Iowa, who can be IPR’s weekend news voice, as host of Weekend Edition Saturday and Sunday and will be among IPR’s substitute hosts for Morning Edition and All Things ConsideredWestern Iowa reporter, based in Sioux City, who has great news judgment, has a strong sense of curiosity, has a knack for enterprising reporting, can file newscast and feature-length stories for IPR, can cover an area that is primarily centered on the counties surrounding Sioux City, but can include a larger part of western Iowa and join on occasion on IPR talk shows and news magazines to talk about a story you are working.  If you enjoy the kind of reporting doesn’t come from news conferences or a daybook, this could be the job for you. Pay $40-45K/year. 

Apply online at https://www.iowapublicradio.org/careers-at-ipr.   (4/17)—

 

RADIO: 

 

— Openings at WBBM/WCFS, Chicago: Anchor/reporter with at least five years experience in radio news who has strong on-air communication skills, is a strong writer, can think on your feet, can ask probing questions, can deal with high-pressure situations with ease and grace, has curiosity and a natural rapport with people on all income and educational levels, can develop story ideas for coverage as well as take directions from the desk, can gather information quickly, can conduct interviews and can prepare stories for air; must be a team player.  Part-time writer/editor (Job #2022-4611) who will oversee the newsroom during the course of a daypart and will be responsible for creating rundowns, selecting sound to air during newscasts, writing and approving copy and coordinating with the digital content team; as a writer will work off an assigned lineup drawing information from resource copy, the audio file and appropriate network sources; since there is little opportunity for detailed review of copy before airing, writers must “get it right the first time” and be able to work effectively under pressure.  Dynamic and talented traffic/sports reporter/editor/producer (Job #2021-2631) with at least two years experience who can gather/write/select information to run in radio traffic reports over the air/online/on social media platforms, supervise all traffic operations assets, plan and prepare for upcoming traffic coverage.

 

Apply online at http://www.audacy.com.   EOE.  (5/16) 

 

— Openings at WBEZ-FM Chicago:  Executive editor who will lead the day-to-day operations of WBEZ’s newsroom and oversee a growing team of editors/reporters/producers, will oversee the station’s daily talk show, Reset, will work closely with the executive editor of the co-owned Chicago Sun-Times to identify opportunities for editorial collaboration between their respective newsrooms and will collaborate with other teams and departments, including Community Engagement/the podcast team/programming teams.  For a complete job description and to apply, go online to https://www.wbez.org.   EOE.  (4/28)

 

SMALL PRINT:

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