Job listings

The JobFile, courtesy of the Headline Club, updated Jan. 13, 2016

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WIRE/NEWS SERVICE/SYNDICATION:

— Reuters seeks stringers in state capitols on big stories, including Springfield, IL; Lansing, MI; Jefferson City, MO; Frankfort, KY; St. Paul, MN; Pierre, SD; and Bismarck, ND; the ideal candidate would be someone who is already working as a reporter for a non-competing news service at the capital and would like to pick up some extra money supplying Reuters a story you’re already doing.  For additional information, contact Mary Wisniewski, Reuters/Chicago bureau, at (312) 408-8731 or by e-mailing mary.wisniewski@thomsonreuters.com.  EOE  (Indef.)

 

NEWSPAPERS:

** Openings at the Chicago Tribune: Public transportation reporter who can balance consumer friendly daily stories with longer-form explanatory and investigative pieces, frequently rides buses and trains, knows the rider experience, has a demonstrated understanding of social media best practices and can comprehensively cover a premier beat that matters to the two million riders who use the CTA/Metra/Pace each day; clips, resume and at least three references to EDJPA@chicagotribune.com with a subject line of “public transportation reporter.”  Source editor for its Blue Sky Innovation team covering innovation/technology/entrepreneurship who is adept at assigning and coordinating coverage, can supervise reporters, knows business and technology, has an active social media presence, can both source edit and do digital production, can analyze metrics, can adapt headlines and coverage as needed, can develop sources and have a sharp eye for broad-reaching impact pieces in assigned beat areas; must do first-line editing of business news/enterprise/feature stories and have rock-solid sources, have general flexibility and have a desire to learn and collaborate; apply to Andrea Harris, Blue Sky Innovation editor, at bluesky@tribpub.comReporter with at least five years experience who can cover innovation/technology/entrepreneurship/big ideas, can master new beat areas quickly, handles breaking news deftly, brings a smart voice to your work, can cultivate sources, can become a must-read and has the ability to think beyond the bounds of traditional stories to make the most of digital delivery; apply to Andrea Hanis, Blue Sky innovation editor, at bluesky@tribpub.com.  EOE   (2/12)

— GateHouse Media seeks editors who love local news, think small and mid-sized towns are great places to call home and want to run a newsroom. With 494 community publications and more than 250 related Web sites from Chicago to New York and California, GateHouse-owned media reach 10 million people each week; must be innovative, digitally savvy, be great storytellers who will delight and inform readers and want to lead newsrooms into the future.  Work samples and resume to Jean Hodges at jhodges@gatehousemedia.com.  EOE   (indef.)

** Openings at Kankakee Valley Publishing (Watseka, IL): GA reporter who is motivated, has skills in newsgathering/pagination/photography/social media, can cover a wide array of community activities and events, places a strong emphasis on team building, works toward common goals and can work nights and weekends.  Skilled/experienced/motivated/versatile sports reporter who has a love of all sports, has good newsgathering skills, can paginate/shoot photos/update social media and can cover sporting events ranging from junior high and prep events to colleges and occasional professional events, working mainly\ evenings and weekends.  Clips and resume to cwaters@intranix.com.  EOE   (2/12)

** Sauk Valley Media (Sterling, IL) seeks an eager reporter with a strong work ethic and a desire to make a difference through community journalism for papers in Sterling and Dixon, can write hard news/features/enterprise stories about real people, can work with experience editors who are serious about teaching and leading and  can write investigative pieces.  Clips, resume and at least three references who will swear you are too good for the paper to Sauk Valley Media, c/o city government reporter, Box 498, 3200 E. Lincolnway, Sterling, IL 6 1081 or apply online at www.shawmedia.com.  EOE   (2/12)

— The Belleville (IL) News-Democrat seeks an energetic copy editor/page designer  for a continuous news desk, handle print and digital products and social media, has strong news judgment, has editing and design ability, writes crisp headlines, has good SEO skills, performs well under pressure, can work evenings and weekends and understands how to promote content; background with Hype, Google Maps and Timelines is a plus but not a must.  Clips, resume and references to Jeffry Couch at jcouch@bnd.com.  EOE   (2/4)

** Capital Newspapers (Madison, WI) seeks a designer to work at its Madison center to produce designs and products for publications in a 365-day-a-year environment with an emphasis on meeting tight deadlines, following process efficiencies and troubleshooting issues while producing pages for papers nationwide; must work with outside editors to assure pages meet expectations.  Apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FoJTe2fwC.  EOE   (2/12)

** The Indianapolis (IN)Star seeks a photographer/videographer (Job#77801) who can create and develop visual storytelling, can shoot a wide range of assignments that include breaking news/sports/investigative project/entertainment/enterprise, is a sophisticated shooter, is digitally native, can use metrics to guide coverage decisions, can report live from major events and breaking news, can develop enterprise projects and can connect with the community on camera/forums/through community leadership; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77801&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.  (2/12)

— The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster, IN) seeks a highly motivated and creative page designer who can bring a new dimension to Lee Enterprises’ brand of local newspapers and magazines; must fit in with a staff that is energetic, is working hard to change the perception of designers as merely visual people, works with the belief that good content drives readership, has the heart of a journalist and has an innovative mind; must b e able to multitask, have experience in information and content design, have a strong instinct for problem solving, have a sense of urgency and have a passion for news; InDesign and Photoshop background preferred.  Apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FosII1fwD.  EOE   (2/12)

** Openings at the Lafayette (IN) Journal and Courier: News Director (editor – Job #71163) who can coach reporters to make strategic decisions, champions investigative and First Amendment journalism, works across departments in content initiatives, can collaborate effectively with the production team and design studio daily, can multi-task, excels under intense deadline pressure,  is experienced and dynamic, can provide a steady stream of high-quality content, aggressively uses data and analysis on topics and issues most important to key audiences and can increase the visibility of the news organization in the local community; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=71163&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.  Inside education and families reporter (Job #78162) with at least one year experience who is dynamic and digital first, can focus on issues and trends affecting K-12 families and students, can grow the paper’s digital reach, can provide accountability coverage of academic trends/test scores/how schools spending money, process board meeting coverage, provide coverage from inside the schools, can spotlight the cost of education, can break news quickly, can produce enterprise and watchdog stories, has a hunger for facts, has boundless curiosity, is a self-starter and  is multimedia-savvy; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=78162&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.  City issues and quality of life watchdog reporter (Job #78163) who will have a digital-first focus on issues and trends, examines spending of public money and the performance of elected and appointed officials, make use of pubic records/documents/sources, report on how local government does or does not serve the needs of its residence and how the plans and actions of local government directly impact residents; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=78163&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.  Business of life reporter (Job #75464) with at least one year experience who can  become the go-to reporter on business stories, understands the key segments of the business community, can help young professionals navigate the workplace, can monitor the health of the unique local economic climate, can provide insight and analysis about the impact of Purdue University and its research park on the local economy/government/other businesses, can emphasize mobile and social platforms and can hold the interest of milllennials; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=75464&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.   EOE   (2/12)

— The Richmond (IN) Palladium-Item seeks a high-energy and inquisitive government reporter (Job #75468) who can focus on government accountability in Richmond and Wayne County, can sort through documents/sources/interviews to hold institutions and leaders accountable, knows how to reach budgets and other documents, can cover a range stories from breaking news and enterprise to watchdog stories and can use social media to research content/building sources/engage readers; may have to work some weekends depending on coverage needs.  Apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=75468&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.  (2/12)

— Openings at the Des Moines(IA) Register:  Designer/page editor (Job #74641) who is detail-oriented, is customer-friendly, has the tenacity of a copy editor, can produce attention-grabbing copy/photos/graphics, can assure balance and accuracy in content, thrives under deadline pressure, exudes confidence, has an eye for page hierarchy to assure an easy-to-read newspaper and can work a schedule that includes nights and weekends; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=74641&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.  (2/12)

— Openings at the Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette: City editor (Job #101607) who has newsroom leadership experience, can mentor today’s young journalists, can make the community better engaged/informed/connected, can put an emphasis on enterprise and initiative, can help execute an urgent and smart multimedia strategy in a converged newsroom, thirsts for the chance to take on special efforts. Copy editor (Job #101603) who is highly organized, communicates well, has sound news judgment, thrives in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment, edits content, assures that content meets product standards and expectations, checks for libelous statements, assures clarity, tightens copy to fit available space, writes headlines/promos/captions as needed, researches topics and curates content, helps post or schedule for posting to the Web all front page content and inside local content, serves as backup cop chief, provides good customer service, attends staff and employee meetings, participates in planning can maintain confidentiality and can design special print and digital sections. Education reporter (Job #101642) who is flexible/self-motivated/inquisitive/creative/a go-getter/a problem-solver, challenges the status quo, looks for solutions, has a passion for explanatory reporting, can do explainer-style reporting and can do alternative story forms and charticles.  Resume to the SourceMedia Group HR Dept., Box 511, 500 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406, e-mail sourcemediahr@sourcemedia.net or apply online at www.sourcemedia.net/careers. (1/20)

— The Charles City (IA) Press seeks a sports editor who can build a state-champion section, can advance your career in new ways, is a creative reporter/write/photographer/page designer, is well-organized, is enthusiastic about reporting sporting events and stories, expects and appreciates quality effort and results, can work a schedule that includes nights and weekends, has a commitment to the craft, works collaboratively with others and has the goal of being the best paper possible, and make a difference in the community.  Three writing samples, three sports photography examples, three newspaper design samples and resume to Chris Baldus, ME, 801 Riverside Dr., Charles City, IA 50616 or e-mail cbaldus@charlescitypress.com.  (2/12)

— Openings at the Quad-City Times (Davenport, IA): Editorial page editor who can guide the editorial board, can become a key editor in  the newsroom, can express viewpoints critical to the paper’s community leadership mission, is an experienced wordsmith, has good internal and external communication ability and organize forums with presidential candidates every four years; must write editorials and columns that help drive the community conversation, manage content for an engaging and thought-provoking opinion page each day and organize community engagement events that include forums and political debates.  Entertainment reporter who can cover the entertainment scene, can go out Friday night and have something fresh for Web and print, can provide behind-the-scenes coverage of local music and the people who enjoy it (NOT as music reviewer), can maintain a social media presence, can write columns and blog entries that are thought-provoking and trend-setting, gets people talking, won’t be bored and has a passion for project reporting.   Apply online at https://lee.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.  (2/12)

— Openings at Woodward Communications/TH Media (Dubuque, IA):  Reporter (Job #812) who is hard-working and aggressive, is a confident journalist, can handle everything from features to hard news, can break stories id-afternoon online and the next morning on the front page, can shoot photos and video, can use social media to gather information and inform readers, will get the time to tackle Sunday centerpieces on larger issues and/or craft strong series and undertake data-driven and investigative work.  Apply online at www.wcinet.com/careers.  (2/12)

— The Muscatine (IA) Journal seeks a reporter (Job #0001031N) who can cover city and county government and the crime beat, goes beyond meetings to determine how city council and county board actions affect local residents, can write enterprising features on local governmental issues in a way that relates to the average reader, can write GA stories and is always ready to cover breaking news; will cover events leading up to the Iowa caucuses, and photo and multimedia background is a plus.  Apply online at https://lee.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl.  (2/12)

— Openings at the weekly Mitchell County Press-News (Osage, IA): Reporter (Job #0001030D) who has a keen news sense, can develop sources, can write hard news, can cover sports, can produce investigative pieces and features, is enthusiastic and responsible, meets deadlines, can cover evening and weekend meetings, can write accurate/clear/concise news stories, knows social media, can develop stories with little supervision and can create content for all platforms.  Apply online at https://lee.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl. (1/19)

** The Oskaloosa (IA) Editor seeks an assistant editor who can produce and edit local community news, has a thorough knowledge of creating hard and feature news and information, can engage readers, can establish and promote the brand in print and online, pays attention to detail, is a strong communicator and knows Photoshop and design. Work samples and resume to Wanda Moeller, executive editor, at wmoeller@ottumwacourier.com.  (1/18)–

 

** Openings at the Red Oak (IA) Express: GM/editor who is community-minded, is a high-energy performer, can help lead the newsroom, reports and writes effectively, can design  and paginate engaging pages, can proofread with a high degree of accuracy, understands the importance of online immediacy, writes stories that are compelling/comprehensive/full of facts, avoids clichés, knows InDesign, can use a digital camera and Photoshop, has vision and ideas to keep the paper viable, is disciplined and motivated to work with minimal supervision and can work evenings and weekends as scheduled; apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/33240-70538.htmlSports reporter who can write stories that are interesting and accurate, knows AP style and wants to develop skills under the tutelage of an award-winning editor who will give the successful applicant creative freedom; experience with Quark a plus; clips and resume to Gregory Orear, editor, at redoakeditor@gmail.comNews reporter with the same abilities; apply at

http://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/292900-70538.html

No calls.  (2/12)

 

— The Sioux City (IA) Journal seeks an experienced and self-motivated reporter who is enthusiastic and aggressive, can tackle varied assignments, can produce content on tight deadlines for digital and print, can coverlaw enforcement/fire/public safety/severe weather/other breaking news as well as local government and community fetures, is adept at mobile technology and social media, can work any shift and adapts quickly.   Apply online at http://www.siouxcityjournal.com/app/workhere.  (2/12)

** The Aurora (MO) Advertiser seeks a community newspaper editor with at least two years experience who can manage and lead the small staff of the weekly newspaper, will be responsible for the entire news operation, can update social media/video/digital platforms, can contribute to sections to make them local, can write local editorials, wants to be the voice of /Aurora and is ready to move into management.  Recent work samples and resume to Matt Guthrie, senior group editor, at mguthrie@gatehousemedia.com.  EOE   (2/3)

** Central Missouri Newspapers (California, MO) seeks a reporter who can cover HS sports and some feature and community news; must love to report and writer and can start immediately.  Clips, resume and references to Gary Castor, ME, at gary@newstribune.com.  (2/3)

** The Jefferson City (MO) News Tribune seeks a designer who knows AP style/InDesign/Photoshop, can edit local and wire stories, has a solid background in designing news and feature pages. Online links/work samples and resume to gary@newstribune.com.  (1/11)–

** The Poplar Bluff (MO) Daily American Republic seeks a seasoned GA reporter for a paper that publishes afternoons during the week and Sunday  morning; newspaper has a conservative viewpoint; candidates from Missouri or Arkansas preferred but all will be considered.  Clips and resume to Stan Berry, editor, Box 7, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901 or e-mail  sberry@darnews.com.  (2/3)

** The Sedalia (MO) Democrat seeks a sports editor with at least two years experience who can handle community sports and outdoors coverage, can provide extensive coverage of local schools and athletes, can establish a brand on Twitter and as a blogger; must shoot/edit/produce video must establish a social media audience, can work a flexible schedule and can tell compelling stories that other papers miss.  Applyu to Tim Epperson, editor, at teperson@civitasmedia.com.  (2/3)

** The twice-weekly Washington (MO) Missourian seeks an experienced government reporter who also can help out with the paper’s Web site and social media.  Clips and resume stating qualifications to Ed Pruneau, ME, Box 336, Washington, MO 63090 or e-mail pruneaue@emissourian.com.  (2/3)

— Openings at the Louisville (KY) Courier-Journal: Design studio team leader (Job #74032) who has top-notch skills as a designer/coach/art director, has a visual record of creating high-end work, is self-motivated, handles pressure well, remains patient and collected, will work with a staff that only wants to get better at design, can give feedback and coaching before deadline instead of after, can figure out the story and how to present it perfectly and can grow with the studio and take on more work; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=74032&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.   Skilled news and sports copy editors (Jo b #72681) and designers (Job #726582) who are comfortable laying out pages, editing/writing headlines and produce layouts for the Courier-Journal and 22 other newspapers; the design studio has monthly training and coaching sessions from basic to expert skills; apply by sending work samples and resume to jkirchner@gannett.com.    (2/12)

** The tri-weekly Kentucky Standard (Bardstown, KY) seeks an editor who can direct day-to-day editorial operations of local news and sports, is a strong writer/researcher/interviewer/editor/photographer, has good news judgment, knows spelling/punctuation/AP style/InDesign, can coach/edit/critique reporters, can update digital platforms, can continuously improve content/packaging/navigation of the news, meets all deadlines, utilizes existing and can gain the competitive edge while building key source contacts.  Apply to Jamie Sizemore, publisher, 110 W.                      Stephen Foster Av., Bardstown, KY 40004 or e-mail jsizemore@kystandard.com.  (2/3)

— Openings at Landmark Community Newspapers (Shelbyville, KY): Editor-at-large who has community newspaper experience and can work temporary assignments that range from several weeks to several months, with travel arrangements from the person’s current location; most of the needs will be at weekly newspapers and could be in any of the 13 states in which Landmark owns newspapers.   General manager/editors with at least 10 years of newspaper experience, including five years in management roles, who can work on a temporary basis throughout the company, have a solid understanding of business practices, can oversee advertising and circulation as well as news and production and can work assignments that range from several weeks to several months in any of 13 states; apply to Dan Sykes, Exec. VP.  Reporter/editor-at-large who can cover jobs at any LCNI newspaper in cases of emergency or other staffing shortages; knowledge of sports is a plus; apply to Benjamin Hamm, editorial dir.  Reporters and copy editors willing to relocate and move up in a group of 56 paid dailies and weeklies in 13 states; apply to Benjamin Hamm, Box 549, Shelbyville, KY 40066, call (502) 513-1157, fax (502) 633-4447 or e-mail bhamm@lcni.com.  (indef.)

** Openings at the Detroit (MI) Free Press:  Sports director (Job #74845) who can plan and execute coverage of sports from HS to the professional level, can guide reporters and columnists in developing video/digital/print storytelling, can identify and champion social content that engages readers, can plan in-depth analysis/profiles/investigative pieces, can coordinate coverage with sister papers, can identify opportunities for new products, embraces peer-to-peer training is an exceptional coach and can oversee a hard-working sports news-gather operations that focuses on the Big Six: Lions, Pistons, Red Wings, Tigers, Wolverines and Spartans; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=74845&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3dRestaurant critic (Job#77042) with at least five years experience who can plug into an emerging and exciting restaurant scene in the metro area, is an ambitious trend spotter, writes in vivid detail and authority across all platforms, can review everything from fine dining to food trucks, wants to write/tweet/post/create video about restaurants from high-end to hole-in-the-wall, is a good storyteller, connects with the audience through storytelling and outreach, analyzes trends and the state of the industry, knows what’s next and can collaborate with the content team to provide all appropriate elements for stories, including photos/video/graphics; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77042&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.  Health reporter (Job #77392) who is energetic and sophisticated, is social media savvy, has a deep passion for storytelling, has consumer-focused stories that resonate with readers, can translate stories across multiple platforms, can work with a data reporter on database projects, can accurately inform/entertain/engage specific audiences and platforms through the use of metrics, can create a personal brand, can mentor less-experienced journalists, can provide photos/video/graphics/other elements for stories, can produce top-notch watchdog journalism, is self-motivated, excels under deadline pressure, works collaboratively and knows spelling/grammar/AP style; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77392&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.   Photographer (Job #77921) who can shoot and edit daily assignments of all kinds, can create photo galleries, is urgent, is a quick winner, has a passion for all things visual, can work on special projects,  can produce daily assignment videos for Web and social media platforms, help archive images and video, has exceptional core photojournalism skills and have proficiency in Photoshop/Premiere/FinalCut Parl and can ask as a public ambassador through community outreach; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77921&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.   (2/12)

** The Novi (MI) Observer & Eccentric seeks a part-time reporter (Job #78922) with at least three years experience who can cover all aspects of community life, including local government and education, in Northville; must be proficient with social media, be able to work a flexible schedule that can including weekends and knows both Macs and PCs.  Apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=78922&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.   (2/12)

** Openings at the Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer: Sports editor (Job #77704) who can guide the sports content team, can make short- and long-term decisions about coverage, can work as a liaison with peers in advertising and marketing, can execute team-based initiatives between departments, can do ongoing research into key audiences, can work with writers on in-depth beat coverage, can conceive/assign/edit stories, can polish writers’ products, can guide creative and effective print and digital approaches to coverage and knows Omniture/Chartbeat/Scarborough/ComScore and emerging analytics tools; apply at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77704&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3dCincinnati Reds reporter (Job #76602) who is a dynamic writer who can take coverage of the team to a new level, can work with another reporter to provide primary coverage for the Enquirer, other Gannett Ohio papers and USA Today, is intensely focused on content and the best says to connect with the audience across any platform, places an emphasis on original coverage and analysis, has a record of covering professional or major college sports, excels at breaking news/fan engagement/in-depth features/unexpected enterprise and can cover the team in-season and out; applicants need not have a traditional media background, but fluency in Spanish as well as English is a plus; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=76602&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.  (2/12)

— The Lancaster (OH) Eagle-Gazette seeks a talented and energetic reporter (Job #73403) with 3-5 years experience (Job #73403) with strong entrepreneurial skills who reports with urgency, is a quick learner, is social media savvy, has a passion for storytelling, provides thoughtful analysis of complex issues, produces watchdog journalism that leads to change, puts accuracy above everything, can build a must-follow brand for readers interested in local news, can monitor police scanners, can make calls, can seek out eyewitnesses, can track and demand public records and can post error-free basic stories to digital platforms including push alerts; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=73403&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.  (2/12)

** Openings at the Marion (OH) Star: Reporter (Job #73382) with 3-5 years professional experience who is talented and energetic, has strong entrepreneurial skills, reports with urgency, is a quick learner, is social media savvy, knows AP style, manages time well, communicates well and has a passion for storytelling; must provide thoughtful analysis of complex issues and produce watchdog journalism that leads to change; https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=73382&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3dBreaking news reporter (Job #77603) with the same abilities who thinks digital first and continuously grows a fan base by informing the people of the community and connecting through social media; apply at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77603&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3dSports reporter (Job#73384) with the same reporting abilities; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=73384&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.  (2/12)

** Openings at the Mansfield (OH) News Journal: Reporter (Job #77945) with 3-5 years professional experience who is talented and energetic, has strong entrepreneurial skills, reports with urgency, is a quick learner, is social media savvy, knows AP style, manages time well, communicates well and has a passion for storytelling; must provide thoughtful analysis of complex issues and produce watchdog journalism that leads to change; apply at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77945&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3dSports reporter (Job #756881) who is talented and energetic, has strong entrepreneurial skills, is a quick learner, is social media savvy, has a passion for storytelling, can research and write in a way that builds a fan base by informing and engaging readers, provides thoughtful analysis of complex issues, produces watchdog journalism that leads to change, covers local sports with urgency and accuracy, can post error-free stories to digital platforms and can help with breaking news and general news coverage as needed; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=75681&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.  (2/12)

— The Newark (OH) Advocate seeks a talented and energetic reporter (Job#75561) with 3-5 years experience who can research/write/report on compelling journalism, acts as a public ambassador through community outreach, connects with readers through social media, provides thoughtful analysis of complex issues, produces watchdog journalism that leads to change, contributes to the community’s greater good, covers breaking news with urgency and accuracy, has the goal of always being first to report important developing news, provides features and in-depth stories, can post error-free basic stories to digital platforms, can send push alerts, can avoid publishing boring traditional content in favor of ideas that will connect with the target audience, knows AP style, manages time well and works well on deadline; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=75661&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.  (2/12)

** The Zanesville (OH) Times Recorder: Reporter (Job #77101) with 3-5 years experience who can research/write/report on compelling journalism, acts as a public ambassador through community outreach, connects with readers through social media, provides thoughtful analysis of complex issues, produces watchdog journalism that leads to change, contributes to the community’s greater good, covers breaking news with urgency and accuracy, has the goal of always being first to report important developing news, provides features and in-depth stories, can post error-free basic stories to digital platforms, can send push alerts, can avoid publishing boring traditional content in favor of ideas that will connect with the target audience, knows AP style, manages time well and works well on deadline; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77101&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3dWatchdog reporter (Job #78001) who can research/write/report compelling journalism that informs and engages the community, does outreach with local residents, addresses area needs and interests on every platform, writes stories with impact, can spot content ideas and build them into engaging stories for all platforms, pays close attention to readership metrics to shape content decisions, can avoid the boring and keep an eye on key issues such as jobs and crime; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=78001&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d. (2/12)

** The Omaha (NE) World-Herald seeks a part-time sports copy editor (Job #4798-186) who can enter data into its PrepZone site, can help with editing, can help compile roundups from HS/collegiate/pro sports, has a good knowledge of sports, knows InCopy and InDesign, has weekend and night shift availability and wants to get started in the business. Apply online at https://bhmedia.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=4798&company_id=16186&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993978&startflag=1.  (2/4)

— The Columbus (NE) Telegram seeks a talented and ambitious sports reporter who can go beyond the box scores, is self-motivated, has an interest in all areas of sports overage, can shoot photos and video, can work mainly evenings and weekend hours, can complete daily and long-range assignments and can provide coverage for 13 area high schools and a junior college, live horse racing and dirt-track racing during the summer.  Apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FoWdd2fw8. (2/13)

— The Fremont (NE) Tribune seeks a proven leader to direct and oversee its newsroom as editor, can utilize knowledge/experience/ability to implement innovative ideas that will lead directly to the growth of the paper’s print and digital audience, can plan short- and long-term strategy, can coach/mentor/develop an enthusiastic and energetic staff, has strong reporting/design/copy editing knowledge, has a hearty multi-media skill set and knows how to obtain great journalism.  Apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FoccU1fw3.  (2/13)

— The North Platte (NE) Telegraph seeks a reporter (Job #4691-186) who can cover GA news and assigned beats, develop stories, write stories for publication and has a high level of competence in journalism practices and standards; photo ability is a plus.  Apply online at https://bhmedia.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=4691&company_id=16186&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993396&level=levelid1&levelid1=2750&startflag=2   (2/4)

—  Openings at the Baxter Bulletin (Mountain Home, AR): News director (editor – Job #70608) who can coach reporters to make strategic decisions, champions investigative and First Amendment journalism, works across departments in content initiatives, can collaborate effectively with the production team and design studio daily, can multi-task, excels under intense deadline pressure,  is experienced and dynamic, can provide a steady stream of high-quality content, aggressively uses data and analysis on topics and issues most important to key audiences and can increase the visibility of the news organization in the local community; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=70608&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=xbvf53Pi%2fGHfZXxMewZTEXX9vOk%3dCity, county and education reporter (Job#77103) who can become part community expert and part feature story writer, can engage and inform readers on multiple platforms, won’t rely on official channels to develop sources, has a style that takes readers deep into stories, has a social media presence that is engaging and must-read, has advanced storytelling techniques, has photo and videography skills and can develop a personal brand and/or fan base; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77103&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.   (2/12)

** The Asheville (NC) Citizen-Times seeks a business reporter (Job #78741) with at least two years experience who is tech-minded, can report on a unique mix of crafters/entrepreneurs/small businesspeople/innovative companies/manufacturers, can keep abreast of area business trends, can chronicle the ideas and visions in the heart of creative Appalachia, is adept at personality profiles and great storytelling, knows data analysis, can do granular beat reporting and reports rapidly online.  Apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=78741&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.  (2/12)

— Openings at BH Media/Hickory, NC: Team leader (Job #4424-186) who can assign/review/monitor assignments, can champion each newspaper’s needs, read copy to correct errors in spelling/punctuation/syntax, can select wire stories for publication, can verify facts/dates/statistics, can modify copy to conform with each publication’s style and editorial policy, can write headlines, can select and crop photos and knows InDesign; apply online at https://bhmedia.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=4424&company_id=16186&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993618&level=levelid1&levelid1=2750&startflag=2.  Part-time page designer/copy editor (Job #4351-186) for its consolidated regional editing center who can lay out pages, edit stories, knows news and sports, can work in a fast-paced and energetic fashion and knows InDesign//Photoshop/AP style/grammar/spelling.  Apply online at https://bhmedia.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=4351&company_id=16186&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993618&level=levelid1&levelid1=2750&startflag=2.  (2/4)

— The Winston-Salem (NC) Journal: Assistant sports editor (Job #4152-186) with at least five years management experience who can run  the sports desk nightly, will help with planning and content production, can help lead a staff of journalists in covering HS/collegiate/pro sports that includes Wake Forest, Appalachian State and Winston-Salem State as well as NASCAR, the Panthers, ACC and minor league baseball; must be accurate in spelling and grammar, manage time well, be well-organized and be able to work evenings and Saturdays.  Apply online at https://bhmedia.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=4152&company_id=16186&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993396&level=levelid1&levelid1=2750&startflag=2.  (2/4)

— The Greenville (SC) News seeks a photographer/videographer (Job #73962) who is a top-notch visual journalist, has a polished portfolio of project work and arresting images augmented by a solid collection of video and a record of using social media to connect with the community, combining versatility and speed; should be as comfortable shooting from a phone in a pinch as with a DSLR; a thorough knowledge of technology is a plus, and work may be required on nights and weekends; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=73962&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DevqSnsXCuaTkEc56xuKgQjTGuU%3d.  (2/12)

— The Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal seeks a tenacious reporter who specializes in hard news and enterprise reporting, won’t be satisfied covering just one beat, is interested in every beat and is not afraid to take on a challenge, can build a network of sources and work them, won’t leave a room full of movers and shakers until you have spoken with as many as possible, won’t be satisfied with canned quotes, sees someone waiting for a press release as a sign of defeat, won’t make the editor tell you to follow up on something, pitches story ideas before it gets to that  point, knows how hard the industry is and refuses to be beaten down, can shoot video and knows your way around Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/Pinterest/Storify as much as you do around a city budget.  Pay $30-35K/year.  Apply to Jason Spencer, at jason.spencer@shj.com.   (2/13)

— The tri-weekly Lancaster (SC) News seeks a GA reporter who can cover several beats, can report directly to the editor, has ambition and energy, can cover anything that moves and some things that don’t and can be first and best with every story and photo; must be a good writer and researcher, have good grammar/spelling/punctuation skills, know photography and Photoshop, is a good paginator (InDesign), is well-organized, manages time well, knows the Internet and social media and can write a variety of stories and shoot photos as needed.  Apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/309739.html.  (2/4)

 

 

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** Crain Communications seeks talented, motivated regional freelance editors (Job #15-0241) who know the community and  business beat, can work early-morning hours in an environment that is fast paced and continually evolving, can write original copy, can curate material, can adapt to a concise and insightful style, can craft messages on all platforms, value enterprise and new approaches to offering quality stories, can write detailed copy across a variety of beats with efficiency, generate excitement for new approaches to offering quality stories, can create and share new and creative ideas, can set an editorial calendar, can write high-value headlines, can send breaking news alerts and work closely as emergencies happen and can maintain relationships with content partners and local contacts.  In addition to the Chicago-based job, similar jobs are available in Charlotte (16-0017), Raleigh-Durham (16-0018), St. Louis (15-0301), Nashville (15-0300), Minneapolis 15-0290), Detroit (Job #15-0238) and Cleveland (Job #15-0239), Apply online at www.crain.com.  EOE   (2/13)

** Chicago Lawyer magazine seeks a managing editor (Job #601215) with at least three years editing experience who can provide coverage on a wide range of topics ranging from law and the legal system to economics/ethics/professionalism, to career and quality of life, taking responsibility for all aspects of the monthly magazine, including planning/assigning/coaching/editing and working with staff reporter/freelancers/guest columnists; must also oversee special supplements and newsroom projects while pitching in on its sister publication, the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.  Must have the versatility to handle everything from multifaceted features and profiles to hard news, bringing lots of energy, the willingness to collaborate and solid journalism ethics to the table. Resume and letter stating salary requirements to srgard@lbpc.com, with the job number on the subject line.  EOE    (2/15)

 

— StreetWise (Chicago, IL) seeks volunteer (as in unpaid) freelance writers and photographers who can contribute items to the weekly paper on a regular basis on such topics as public education, real estate, sports, business, politics and entertainment in beat fashion, attending live events.  Send 2-4 work samples and resume to Suzanne Hanney, editor, 1201 W. Lake St., Chicago, IL 60607, fax (312) 554-0770 or e-mail suzannestreetwise@yahoo.com. EOE  (Indef.)

— Openings at Missouri Lawyers Media (Kansas City, MO):  Senior designer who have good news judgment, can work efficiently under tight deadlines, knows InDesign and Photohop and can work a Monday-Friday schedule with daytime hours and holidays off; recent design samples and resume to Stewart Cole, creative services mgr., at stewart.cole@molawyersmedia.com.  (2/4)

— Openings at Farm Journal (Mexico, MO): Editor with at least 10 years experience who can provide strategic leadership and financial and personnel management for the magazine and the entire franchise that also includes events, digital products, test plots, special interest publications and custom projects; must direct and create content that maximizes the audience experience and maintains and accelerates its competitive positioning, work cooperative and synergistically with all platforms to maximize the effectiveness of Farm Journal within the company and marketplace; will be only the 10th editor in the 138-year history of the publication; for a complete job description, go online to http://www.agweb.com/assets/1/6/072814_Editor%20Farm%20Journal.pdf; apply by faxing resume to (215) 568-6782 or e-mail hr@farmournal.com.  Seeds and production editor who can create/oversee/guide/direct all facets of producing seeds and crop production coverage for Farm Journal and AgWeb, providing objective coverage and company leadership of all facets of seed use, the seed industry, crop protection, agronomic topics and crop trends and serve as the content architect of the annual Farm Journal Seed Guide, contributing as needed to overall leadership of Farm Journal media ventures; must have authoritative knowledge of seed, crop protection and agronomic practices involved in production agriculture as well as detailed knowledge of the industries involved in producing/distributing/providing agricultural inputs; apply by faxing resume to hr@farmjournal.com or faxing (215)568-6782; questions can be taken by Shannon Carety-Spier at hr@farmjournal.com.   (2/4)

— Openings at South Carolina Living magazine (Cayce, SC): Writers who can produce 350- to 500-word profiles of World War II veterans to be compiled in booklet/book form; must have the ability to travel the state to conduct in-person interviews, have a digital camera capable of shooting high-res (300 dpi) images to deliver current images of each subject, have the capability to provide an audio recording of each interview for fact-checking purposes and have a demonstrated ability to tell a veteran’s story through anecdotes and interesting and accurate quotes, all delivered in a short format on tight deadlines; pay is $150 per profile; download the guidelines for the project at https://ecscscliving.box.com/s/fvl1a3m6vn1o0lpq72zs, and be prepared to supply one clip that best demonstrates your ability to deliver on the project and a short e-mail outlining your qualifications; profiles will be assigned on tight deadlines as veterans are identified; those who excel with this project will be considered for part-time and freelance work with the magazine.  (Indef.)

 
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— The ABIS Group (Evanston, IL) seeks an entry-level assistant newsletter editor who can work an early morning shift and can assemble headlines and abstracts of daily newsletters under deadline, wants to be part of a smart/diverse/highly talented editorial team, thinks outside the box, has intellectual curiosity, has a desire to make a difference, can identify the gist of a breaking news story quickly and can summarize breaking stories, has a strong interest in health care/health science/business, has a sharp eye for detail and has a good sense of relevance.  Resume to Tyler Blue, 1033 University Pl., Suite 420, Evanston, IL 60201 or e-mail abisjobs@gmail.com; applicants will be asked to complete a brief writing samples from home.  No calls.  EOE   (2/12)
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— Openings at RFD-TV, Nashville, TN:  Executive producer who can professionally plan/implement/oversee the 5-1/2 hours of news content produced by RFD-TV each day.  Online link to work samples and resume to the RFD-TV HR dir., 3201 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN 37207 or e-mail HR@rfdtv.com.  No calls.  (1/20)

 
TELEVISION NETWORK/SYNDICATION:

— Wisconsin Public Television (Madison,  WI) seeks a field producer with two or more years of experience in news/feature/GA reporting and video storytelling/production who has a wickedly engaging and creative storytelling style, maintains factual accuracy, upholds the highest principles of editorial integrity, can research ideas, produces stories in an engaging and informative manner, writes in broadcast style well, can produce compelling video stories for the video project Wisconsin Life and contribute stories and reports to a variety of other Wisconsin Public Television productions; may also do show hosting.  To apply online, and get full details, go to http://wpt.org/AboutWPT/Employment/field-producer.  EOE   (2/4)

 

TELEVISION:

—  Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago:  Staff newswriter-producer (Job #23490) with at least three years experience, preferably in a top-20 market who can work comfortably under extreme deadline pressure to create and write factual/updated/compelling news copy that is compliant with news strategies, is results-oriented, is innovative, can produce if needed, can conceive of/create/order graphics to support news copy, can work variable shifts that can include overnights and weekend mornings, works closely with staff on breaking news and special assignments and can keep stories both clear electronic and succinct; apply online at http://cbscorporation.jobs/chicago-il/newswriter-producer/C56E1437E934472ABE6B11B9ACBE9458/job/. Per diem reporter (Job #23617) who can gather facts about stories, can enterprise, can accurately and creatively present daily and breaking news, can report live and on tape, can work closely with the producer to create compelling content, can write copy, can order graphics, can participate in editorial meetings, can meet all deadlines, has an dedication to accuracy/fairness/ethics,c an prepare copy for use online, is results oriented, is innovative, works well under pressure and is comfortable on camera; apply online at http://cbscorporation.jobs/chicago-il/per-diem-reporter/5B8DF17345BF4D75BFD53AC7C2FCBCF2/job/.  Per-diem meteorologist/anchor-reporter (Job #23487) who can anchor weagther segments =, present weather information on-air with understanding and confidence, report live and on tape both scripted and unscripted, do vacation coverage, work with the WSI graphicis computer, monitor weather, contribute story ideas, field produce when needed and display good organization and innovation; apply online at http://cbscorporation.jobs/chicago-il/per-diem-meterologist-anchor-reporter/5338CF1B550F481BAE73B5FB95125C0F/job/.. Per-diem desk assistant (Job #23486) who can follow up on tips, can make beat checks, can run the assignment desk when needed, can conduct interviews when needed, can organize printed scripts and is results-oriented/dependable/courteous/detail-oriented; apply online at http://cbscorporation.jobs/chicago-il/pd-desk-assistant/2121877D5E9E446696FC28147F3AC42C/job/.  EOE   (1/20)

— Openings at NBC-owned WMAQ-TV Chicago:  Anchor/reporter (Job #20398BR) with at least three years experience who can cover stories live and on tape, in studio and on location; can edit or supervise the editing of video, can write scripts/lead-ins/cues/bridges, can make appearances before social and civic groups, knows the Chicago area, is well-versed on current events and can communicate effectively on-air during live shots.  Apply online at http://www.nbcunicareers.com/search_nbc.  EOE   (2/13)

— Openings at ABC-owned WLS-TV, ChicagoMeteorologist (Job #296033BR) with extensive on-air forecasting experience who is dynamic, wins breaking weather stories, knows the science behind the forecast, has mastered the technology, delivers presentation in an engaging style, can do social media updates, keeps producers and managers up to date on breaking weather conditions, can provide extensive overage during severe and extreme weather events, can go live smoothly and can connect with and give back to the community through public appearances.  News writer/fill-in producer (Job #207498BR) with 3-5 years producing experience in a medium to large market who has rock-sol id news judgment, is a good writer, can tell a story visually, can engage viewers using multiple platforms, produces fast-paced newscasts, has a vision for creating interesting graphics, has experience desktop editing and can work a flexible schedule; DVD/online link and resume to Jennifer Graves, VP/ND, WLS-TV, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601 or apply online at www.disneycareers.com.  No calls.  EOE   (2/13)

— Openings at WGN-TV, Chicago: GA reporter who can collect/write/narrate information, can cover news conferences, can do enterprise assignments, can develop and organize facts for presentation over air/cable/Web sites in a concise and clear manner consistent with good journalistic practices, can represent the station in certain public functions as assigned, can recommend and develop story ideas, can go live smoothly and has Internet production skills; anchoring experience is a plus.  Entry-level weekend assignment editor who can determine the direction of coverage, work closely with news managers/reporters/photographers to create content for newscasts and Web sites, can research stories, can arrange interviews for reporters, can field produce interviews as needed, has strong news judgment and can work well with others.  Tape/DVD and resume to the WGN-TV HR Dept., 2501 W. Bradley Pl, Chicago, IL 060618, fax (773) 528-1387 or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  EOE   (1/20)

— Openings at WHBF-TV, Rock Island, IL:  Reporter/videographer who can produce/report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed content for all platforms in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful to news consumers; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1036.    EOE   (1/20)

 

— Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can develop  sources, can work a beat, can own the lead story every day, goes live smoothly, can anchor, can shoot and has non-linear editing skills.  E-mail online link of your work, resume and references to Chad Mahoney, ND, at cmahoney@wgem.com.  (1/16)

** Openings at KHQA-TV, Quincy, IL:  Anchor for its 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts who has a strong presence on and off the anchor desk, is a newsroom leader and teacher, is an anchor who strives to get out into the community and can shoot/edit/report; must be proficient in producing a newscast.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist-Job #4491 and 4495) who can write/shoot/edit well, can write broadcast or Web style, is an active participant in social media, is innovative and personable, will participate in station promotion, possesses good technical skills and has a dynamic on-air presence; should be outgoing/curious/able to work independently. Videographer who is creative and dedicated, can see beyond the lens and bring back compelling stories, can cover a variety of day-to-day/investigative/in-depth/feature assignments, can shoot on media cards and edit on desktops and laptops; must have a great attitude and a passion for storytelling.   Part-time sports videographer (Job #3790) with at least two years experience who is creative and dedicated, can see beyond the lens and bring back compelling highlights, can cover HS and collegiate sports, can shoot full HD on media cards, can edit using non-linear software on desktops and laptops, have good people skills, have a good work ethic, have great attitude and have a passion for storytelling.   Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send work samples, resume and personal/professional references to Kristen Hamilton, ND, KHQA-TV, 301 S. 35th St., Quincy, IL 62301.  EOE   (3/14)

— Openings at WMBD-TV, Peoria, IL:  Reporter who is a creative storyteller, knows Avid non-linear editing and iNews, works well under deadline pressure, is a good communicator and works well with a team; live shot ability a big plus; apply online at www.ciproud.comProducer with at least two years experience who can decide story order, write teases and other content, time programs, edit video, post to the Web, write and order stories, balance news and feature content to create compelling broadcasts, interact with viewers on social media sites, meets deadlines, can prioritize assignments and can multi-task on any shift; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/646.  EOE  (1/20)

— Openings at WEEK/WHOI-TV, Peoria, IL:  Reporter who understands the art of developing contacts and breaking great enterprise stories, has great news judgment, is well-organized, is passionate about winning local new, writes well, has good news judgment, can ad-lib live breaking stories smoothly, can enterprise multiple stories each week and can turn multiple stories each day, is confident with all social media platforms, has a flexible schedule and can be cross-trained to anchor and produce news and weathercasts.  Part-time associate producer who can help produce newscasts, can cover stories in the field, can shoot sports highlights, can edit video, can operate newsroom computers, can be trained on news cameras and is dependable/energetic/organized/inquisitive/can work well with others.  Online links and resume to the WEEK/WHOI-TV HR Dept., 2907 Springfield Rd., East Peoria, IL 61611, fax (309) 698-9335 or e-mail elouck@week.com.  No calls.  EOE   (1/20)

— Openings at WCIA-TV, Champaign, IL: Weekend anchor/reporter who is dynamic/polished/high energy, has a solid reporting background and initiative, has solid news judgment, an work well with others, can anchor, can do regular field reporting, can fill in as a producer and knows online content creation. Anchor/reporter with the same abilities.  Sports director who can generate the kind of coverage that will have fans buzzing  can cover the Fighting Illini like a blanket, drive HS sports coverage over the air and online, can manage the department and has a commitment to telling stories that appeals to both fans and other viewers.  Online link/DVD and resume to Andy Miller, ND, WCIA-TV, 509 S. Neil St., Champaign, IL 61820 or e-mail amiller@wcia.com.  EOE   (1/20)

** WCCU-TV, Champaign, IL seeks a reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can report/shoot/edit stories, can enterprise stories, has sharp news judgment, goes live smoothly, can work well independently, can develop contacts, can produce content daily on a variety of platforms and makes good use of social media; ability to speak and write in Spanish is preferred, and experience with Live-U backpacks is a plus.  Apply online at www.sbgi.net.  EOE   (2/6)

— Openings at WICS-TV, Springfield, IL:  Reporter/weekend producer (multimedia journalist – Job #4537) who can report/shoot/edit/enterprise/develop contacts and can update all platforms as needed.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist- Job #4899 and 3194) with the same abilities. Apply online at www.sbgi.net.  EOE   (1/16)

—  Openings at WAND-TV, Decatur, IL: Anchor/reporter-videographer with three years experience who is willing and able to shoot your own work, has a positive attitude, is  a strong writer and producer and can enterprise with the best.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is enterprising/high-energy/ethical/creative, is a strong writer and videographer, can enterprise stories on a daily basis and can work the morning shift.  Part-time videographer who is highly creative and motivated, has superb shooting and editing skills, thrives under right deadlines and multi-tasks well. Online link and resume to Tai Takahashi, ND, WAND-TV, at Tai.Takahashhi@wandtv.com.  EOE   (1/27)

** Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL:  Producer with at least one year experience who can work the morning shift or the evening shift, is a strong writer, pays attention to detail, has solid news judgment, thrives on breaking news and uses social media to communicate with viewers; experience with ENPS and FinalCut Pro helpful.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with 1-2 years experience who can write/shoot/edit under deadline pressure, is enterprising and knows how to develop sources and a beat.  Part-time video editor who can work vaiable shifts, for roughly25 hours a week; should know FinalCut Pro.   Tape/DVD and resume to Mike Snuffer, ND, WSIL-TV, 1416 Country Aire Dr., Carterville, IL 62919 or e-mail msnuffer@wsiltv.com.  EOE   (2/13)

** Openings at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Senior producer for its 6:30 p.m. newscast who has a passion for breaking news and weather, can lead show review sessions, can give writing critiques, can provide one-on-one feedback to reporters and anchors, is a solid writer, is creative, executes a winning show every day, and is comfortable executing a daily live broadcast using iNews or a similar program; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccsh/public/RTI.home?r=5000073628906&c=1060841&d=ExternalProducer (Job #11217) who can work closely with members of the news staff/production/creative services, can oversee story development and placement, can coordinate on-air execution of the news product, can write headlines/teases/other portions of the newscast, is a strong writer, has good news judgment, is well-organized,, works well with others under deadline pressure and has a track record of successful ratings; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?SID=%5e1Yt%2f76k31xZWLe0BulS9KQnmgOJyg2gymjEGVyhZP%2fbfKhtTiFtnvHNk%2f3PX7YSZ&jobId=231342&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5501&JobSiteInfo=231342_5501&GQId=0.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #9010 and 9025) with 2-4  years experience who can come to editorial meetings with developed lead story ideas, can write and edit copy that is accurate/concise/compelling, can review copy for accuracy, can stay in touch with the assignment desk about assignments, can develop contacts, can break stories,can post to all platforms, can produce special reports, can set up personal story files, can keep track of follow-up opportunities, can respond quickly to breaking news, can go live smoothly and can participate in community events as a station representative; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?SID=%5e1Yt%2f76k31xZWLe0BulS9KQnmgOJyg2gymjEGVyhZP%2fbfKhtTiFtnvHNk%2f3PX7YSZ&jobId=234748&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5501&JobSiteInfo=234748_5501&GQId=0.    Anchor/reporter (Job #9021) who can deliver newscasts, can report when assigned, can write and report for newscasts, can do smooth live shots and field anchor as needed, can edit stories as assigned, can write stories for Web, can promote stories on Facebook/Twitter, can make public appearances, will be involved in the community, will front station promos,  is well-organized, has strong production skills, knows journalistic standards, works well under pressure, can work well with others do develop and execute compelling newscasts, is self-motivated, is creative, can uncover and discover stories, can make the pitch and can close the deal; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=26013&siteid=5501&AReq=777BR.   EOE   (2/12)

— Openings at WISN-TV, Milwaukee, WI:  Weekend evening anchor/reporter (Job #748) who is a newsroom leader, understands the importance of social media, has a multi-platform approach and has exceptional skills on the desk and in the field, with the command/presence/polish needed to connect with the audience; must be active on Facebook and Twitter.  Morning anchor/reporter (Job #882) with the same abilities.  Morning reporter (Jo #HR-MMJ) Assignment editor (Job #1025) who is a self-starter, always wants to win, is endlessly curious, thrives in a fast-paced and adrenaline-fueled environment, can lead the weekend news staff and can do detailed planning/logistics/breaking news/enterprise reporting; newsroom experience is a must and knowledge of the Milwaukee area is a plus.  DVD/online link and resume to the WISN-TV HR Dept., Box 402, Milwaukee, WI 53201-0402, fax (414) 342-4486 or e-mail wisnhr@hearst.com.  EOE   (2/13)

** Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI:  Assistant news director (Job #HR-AND) with 3-5 years of management and journalism experience who can take a creative multiplatform-driven approach to managing and leading the day-to-day operations of the newsroom, brings a passion for advocacy and enterprise journalism, a desire to win breaking news, has a clear understanding of how stories/technology/people come together, has great news judgment, understands ethics and relevant laws, has high standards, demands quality work, can problem-solve and communicates well.   Bilingual (Spanish-English) anchor/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #HR-BA/MMJ) with at least two years experience who can anchor in Spanish and contribute as a reporter in English, is a self-starter, likes to lead a team, has great news judgment and impeccable writing/speaking skills in both languages, can help write and assist the producer with the Telemundo newscast, post content to digital platforms and can produce and anchor the Spanish-language public affairs show “Que Pasa Wisconsin” on a regular basis; must have a flexible schedule.  Assignment editor (Job #HR-AE) whose hours will vary but will include weekends; must have an assertive newsroom personality have strong news judgment, have the ability to determine editorial content of newscasts on a daily basis, be a good communicator, function effectively to generate story ideas, monitor scanner traffic, manage daily assignments, update the station Web site and other digital platforms, work well in a high pressure environment and be a good multi-tasker under strict guidelines.  Producer (Job #HR-P) with at least two years experience who is a great writer and can produce a fast-paced and high-energy newscast; iNews background preferred.  Dynamic reporter (multimedia journalist – Job #HR-MMJ) with at least two years shooting and reporting; must know broadcast writing style, know contemporary field production techniques, be skilled at delivering scripts/stories/newscasts on camera in the studio and from the field, and research/write/shoot/edit stories for all platforms under daily deadline pressure; background with iNews helpful.  Morning reporter (multimedia journalist) with at least two years experience with the same abilities.  Photojournalist (Job #HR-PH) with at least two years experience who knows broadcast writing style, knows contemporary field production techniques, is skilled at delivering scripts/stories/newscasts on camera in the studio and from the field, works well under pressure, complete work on deadline, and can work a shift that can include nights and weekends, sometimes working an on-call shift; background with iNews helpful.  Send tape/DVD and resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or apply online at http://www.cbs58.com/category/306511/job-openings-at-weigel-broadcasting-milwaukee. EOE  (2/6)

— WYTU-TV, Milwaukee bilingual anchor/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist – see WDJT-TV listing above).  EOE   (2/6)

— Openings at WFRV-TV, Green Bay, WI: Morning anchor who can present stories and other content for all platforms in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful, can produce newscasts, can assist in writing/researching/coordinating/copy editing, act as a field reporter and conduct interviews, respond quickly to breaking news, edit video and interact with viewers; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1308.  Dynamic reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can research/write/present content for broadcast and Web, knows how to generate stories, conduct research, interview, shoot, write, edit news content; must work well under deadline pressure, be skilled in delivering stories from the field and in the studio and knows Avid Newscutter and iNews; must be able to work nights/weekends/on-call; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/441.   Entry-level part-time videographer who can shoot video for news reports, set up/compose/execute video shots, maintain equipment, edit video clips for all platforms, operate live and satellite trucks and complete remotes; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1307.   (2/13)

— Openings at WLUK-TV, Green Bay, WI:  Weekend co-anchor-reporter (Job #3856) who has considerable live shot experience, is a strong writer, has a sharp wit, works well with others, is a self-starter and can generate story ideas daily.  Weekend morning anchor/reporter (Job #3281) who can produce daily content on a variety of platforms, work well under deadline pressure, can work a flexible schedule, can write copy, can update the Web, knows CMS, can edit video and can perform live shots smoothly.  Motivated/energetic/creative/aggressive reporter/videographer (multi-platform journalist-Job #3640 and 4702) who can gather information, can deliver reports over the air and on Internet platforms, can shoot and edit video, is detail-oriented, ad-libs well, is a strong writer and communicator, can work independently or as part of a team and can work a variable schedule, although the basic schedule is weekdays.  Videographer (Job #4025) with at least two years experience who is creative and dedicated, can see beyond the lens, can bring back compelling stories, can cover day-to-day genera stories as well as in-depth features and investigative assignments, can shoot full HD on  media cards, can edit on desktops and laptops, has strong editing skills in non-linear editing systems, works well with others, has a strong work ethic and displays a great attitude.   Apply online at https://sbgtv-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobsearch&byBusinessUnit=95, then send online link and resume to Juli Buehler, ND, WLUK-TV, 787 Lombardi Av., Green Bay, WI 54304 or email juli.buehler@wluk.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at WQOW-TV, Eau Claire, WI: Evening anchor who is a hard-working and experienced journalist, can produce the show, has strong news judgment, is a good writer, can mentor reporters, is comfortable in live ad-lib situations, is motivated to investigate, follows local issues and can contribute to the station’s “Digging Deeper” franchise; must also be willing to make commitments to the community through public appearances, volunteering and emceeing. Part-time videographer (photojournalist) who can uphold a tradition of providing the best news coverage in the market.  Demo and resume to Dan Schillinger, ND,WQOW-TV, at dschillinger@wqow.com.  (2/13)

** Openings at WXOW-TV, La Crosse, WI:  Evening anchor who is dynamic and can wear several hats.  Part-time videographer (photojournalist) who can uphold a tradition of providing the best news coverage in the market.  Tape/DVD and resume to Sean Dwyer, ND, WXOW-TV, 3705 County Hwy. 25, La Crescent, MN 55947.  (2/13)

— Openings at WRTV, Indianapolis, IN: Videographer (Job #10692) who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms and can work closely with other newsroom personnel to create and develop stories.  Apply to the WRTV HR Dept., 1330 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202 or apply online at http://www.scripps.com/careers/find-a-job.  (1/16)

— Openings at WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN: Morning anchor/reporter (Job #300SA) with at least five years experience who will do whatever it takes to deliver urgency/energy/personality, can command the desk during breaking news, can engage with viewers in personable and conversational ways, has a strong record reporting on daily assignments, is proficient at making and maintaining sources, has strong news judgment and can work a flexible schedule.  Online links and resume to  http://www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers/.  (2/13)

— Openings at WNDU-TV, South Bend, IN:  Producer (Job #15-14) with 1-2 years experience who can put together newscasts that are interesting/intelligent/viewer-friendly/local, can write conversationally, can set up anchors to win and has strong editorial and people skills.  Associate producer (Job #15-13) who can write copy, can assist the newscast producer, can update the Web site, can put video on the Web, can shoot and edit video, can organize scripts, can run a TelePrompTer and can work an evening/weekend schedule; entry-level job.  Online links and resume to C.J. Beutien, ND, WNDU-TV, 54515 SR 933, South Bend, IN 46637 or e-mail cj.beutien@wndu.com.  (1/16)

— Openings at WBND-LP, South Bend, IN: Experienced producer who is motivated, is energized, is an exceptional writer, can evaluate news stories, can coordinate the work flow, can work independently and manage others, can succeed under pressure and is innovative; background with iNews is a plus.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can tell great stories through words/pictures/editing, is a good storyteller, has a superior ability to develop/research/write/shoot/produce/edit three to four stories a day, is highly-energetic, can work any hour, is a self-starter, has a great attitude and can work with minimal supervision.  DVD/online link and resume to Aaron Ramey, ND, WBND-LP, 53550 Generations Dr., South Bend, IN 46635 or e-mail humanresources@abc57.com.  (1/16)

— Openings at WSJV-TV, South Bend/Elkhart, IN:  Morning producer who can take charge of all aspects of the newscast, handle live breaking news, knows how to strategically balance serious news with interesting and compelling people stories, knows what the lead story is, knows how it can change throughout the morning, knows how to package it, takes pride in your writing, learns something and teaches something new every morning, can contribute to Web and social media presence and can work with an experienced/motivated/energetic team that includes another producer, involved anchors, a meteorologist, two live crews and an  EP. Reporter/videographer(multimedia journalist) who can cover breaking news/hard news/features/whatever the day demands, can handle a camera and a script, meets deadlines, is a thinker, can bring meaningful story ideas to the table each day, is more than an ambulance chaser, does more than accept handouts from the assignment desk, wants to investigate and dig out fact and can tell stories that matter effectively.  Associate producer who likes to write, can gather information and put it together in an accurate and engaging style, desires to become a newscast producer, can gather information to update all platforms, has creativity and drive, can learn and grow quickly n a supportive and professional environment, can fill-in as a producer as needed and can help with special projects; energy and ambition are musts.  Work sample, resume and a letter outlining why you are the best person for the job to Perry Boxx, ND, WSJV-TV, 58096 County Road 7, Elkhart, IN 46517 or e-mail pboxx@fox28.com.  EOE   (2/13)

** Openings at WPTA-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN: Assistant news director who is energetic and creative, is an experienced producer, can handle day-to-day news development as well as breaking news, aggressively uses social media to engage and respond to the community, keeps all platforms u[dated, has clear and strong interpersonal communication skills has good leadership qualities, is ready to take the next step to be a leader and can help develop and promote the station’s news brand.  Main co-anchor (digital journalist-Job #165) with at least five years anchoring/producing/reporting experience who is more than a strong on-air voice; must be a newsroom leader, be ready to engage with the region, be involved in multiple levels with the communities the station serves, can contribute/write/proofread stories, can produce regularly-scheduled franchise stories, can post text/pictures/video to digital and social media platforms, can produce newscasts as needed, is a team player and has a great attitude.  Part-time news production assistants (Jobs #160 and 164) who know non-linear editing, can edit video shot locally and from other feeds, communicates well and can work a variable schedule.  Online links to current examples of your work, a letter telling that you found out about the opening through JobFile, resume and references to Alan Wagmeister, ND, WPTA-TV, at alanw@21alive.com with a subject line that includes the job number or online at www.gbcjobs.com.  (2/12)

— Openings at WFFT-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN: Weekend anchor/reporter who is clear and engaging, can collect/analyze/present facts about newsworthy events as a reporter during the week, can assist in writing/copy editing/researching/coordinating news programming, responds quickly to breaking news and other urgent newsroom situations, edits video, performs special projects as assigned, reviews copy and corrects errors, pitches story ideas regularly, evaluates tips and can determine story emphasis; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/466. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist)  who responds quickly to breaking news and other urgent newsroom situations, edits video, performs special projects as assigned, reviews copy and corrects errors, pitches story ideas regularly, evaluates tips and can determine story emphasis; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/591.  (1/28)

— WTWO-TV, Terre Haute, IN seeks a reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can produce/report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed stories for all platforms in a manner that is clear/engaging/meaningful to news consumers.  Apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/932.   EOE   (1/21)

— Openings at WTIU-TV/WFIU-FM, Bloomington, IN: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #10463) who can produce stories focused on education policy and its impact on Hoosiers for radio/TDV/online; must research complicated topics, interview expert subjects, use technical skills to light/shoot/edit interviews, writes balances pieces for broadcast, leads the StateImpact Web site and maintains and builds an online following around coverage of how decisions by state government affect citizens, particularly around the issue of education; should make materials accessible and understandable, create graphics and interpretive charts, serve as part of a team that is the region’s most authoritative voice on education and local policies, produce original content, aggregate materials from elsewhere online, analyze differing points of view, work quickly and efficiently under deadline pressure with little supervision, work unusual and extended hours and demonstrate apply online at exceptional verbal and written communication skills; pay $35-42K/year.  News producer (Job #8734) with at least three years experience working with multi-platform technologies, the ability and judgment to produce a large quantity of work to deadline, can provide audition materials and can embrace a fast-paced 24/7/365 news environment, who will be a video specialist, stays current in and can teach student interns and stringers about audio/Internet/video news operations, can report and produce in-depth stories in the NPR and PBS styles, can come to the table with original ideas that can be featured in daily newscasts, special broadcast series, can produce and edit in-depth stories for radio/TV/online, can supervise stringers statewide and can serve as a liaison to the national and state (IPBS) news networks.  Pay $30-33K/year.  Application should include a letter indicating how your experience meets the job qualifications, send with resume to Sara Wittmeyer, WTIU/WFIU news bureau chief, at sarawitt@indiana.edu and apply online at jobs.iu.edu. (1/21)

— WNIN-FM/TV, Evansville, IN host/journalist (see WNIN listing under “radio.”)  EOE   (1/21)

— Openings at WFIE-TV, Evansville, IN:  Producer (Job #2015-4070) who is experienced, know how to incorporate strategic planning into the daily newscast, can motivate others to excel, can write for the Web, can help produce continuous news coverage, is a strong multi-tasker, is attentive to details, is creative, is a good writer, can enterprise beyond the news of the day, owns breaking news and severe weather coverage and has plenty of story ideas. Reporter/videographer (Job #2015-4273, 2015-4098 and 2015-4193) with 1-2 years experience,  who can tell memorable stories, can break news, can shoot using PS HD cameras and edit on non-linear equipment, has strong news judgment, has a keen sense of logistics, can work well under pressure, can go live smoothly, can satisfy all platforms and knows current events on all levels. Sports specialist (Job #2015-4259) with at least three years experience who can build an online audience, goes live smoothly, can help drive day-to-day coverage over the air and online, can assist the news department as needed, can work effectively in a fast-paced and demanding environment, can handle tight deadlines and can work a variety of shifts; will need to know or learn Chyron iSQ, Logitek Audio Console, Edius, ENPS and Oasis. News content specialist (Job #2015-4353) who can work nights/weekends/holidays, can write well, can edit video, an post to digital platforms, can multitask, works well under tight deadlines and has working knowledge of iSQ, Logitek Audio Consoles, Edius, ENPS and Oasis.  Apply with online link to current work to Maria Hillenbrand, WFIE-TV, at mhillenbrand@14news.com or http://careers-raycommedia.icims.com.   No calls.  EOE   (1/16)

— Openings at WOI-TV, Des Moines, IA: Producer who can decide the order of stories, write teases and other content, time news programming, edit video, post to digital platforms, approve scripts, balance news and feature content, edit video and interact with viewers on social media sites; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1305Reporter/videographer (multimedia photojournalist – Job #72778) with at least two years experience who has a superior on-air presence, can report stories for broadcast, can describe background and details, can arrange interviews, can review copy and correct errors, can determine a story’s emphasis and format, can pitch story ideas to managers and producers, can take assignments, can evaluate leads, can keep all platforms updated, can write stories for the Web, can interact with viewers on social media, can prioritize assignments, can meet all deadlines and has the flexibility to work any shift; apply online at  http://nexstar.hirecentric.com/jobs/72778.html, then send DVD and resume to the WOI-TV HR Dept,, 3903 Westown Pkwy., West Des Moines, IA 50266, call (515) 457-9645, or fax (515) 457-1034.  (1/21)

— Openings at KCCI-TV, Des Moines, IA: Anchor/reporter (Job #749) who has a strong on-camera presence, is an exceptional storyteller, can cover news in a lives setting, can write to video, can generate story ideas, can produce active and engaged live shots, can produce visual stories and has an active presence on social media; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/529633/Anchor-Reporter/.  Part-time GA reporter (Job #1126) with the same abilitiesFull-time (Job #1107) and part-time (Job /#1105) producers who are creative, are good writers, can build a fast-paced and content-rich “Breaking/Right Now” newscast, knows non-linear editing, is a dynamic team player, is a good writer and has strong news judgment; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/678947/Newscast-Producer/ or  http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/678945/Newscast-Producer/.   (1/16)

— Openings at  KWWL-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA: Take-charge assistant news director with 3-5 years producing experience who can help guide the news staff, manage multi-platform products, be lead editorial decision-maker on all platforms, can oversee fast-paced newscasts, can track stories throughout the day, can showcase and execute presentation of the news and execute a vision for success in winning the big story, breaking news and weather of the day. Chief photographer who has a creative eye, has technical expertise and has a can-do attitude. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is ambitious and talented and can produce unique news content daily. Meteorologist who will forecast for Saturday and Sunday morning newscasts and forecast for various other newscasts three days during the week.  Recent newscast/reel and resume to Shane Moreland, ND, KWWL-TV, 500 E. Fourth St., Waterloo, IA 50703 or e-mail smoreland@kwwl.com.  (1/28)

 

— Openings at KCAU-TV, Sioux City, IA: Anchor/producer for the station’s two hour morning newscasts who can also produce daily interactive agriculture reports that relate directly to the rural audience the stations serves; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/256.

Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can report/shoot/write/voice/edit/feed stories for all platforms in a clear/engaging/meaningful way, can pitch story idea, can write for broadcast and the Web, interacts well with viewers on social media and can review and correct copy as needed, can evaluate leads and knows current events at all levels; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1441.  (1/27)

 

— Openings at KTIV-TV, Sioux City, IA:  News director with at least six years TV news management experience who is energized/caring/competitive/a take-charge leader, won’t merely sit behind a desk, can coach/guide/mentor continuously, has an immediate deadline mentality, directs content development, weighs the full editorial possibility of each story, makes immediate decisions on the ways to disseminate it, has a strong working knowledge of community issues and needs, has sound journalistic principles, has the ability to make fast and accurate journalistic and logistical judgments and has a passion for excellence.  Assistant news director/content manager who is aggressive, is a seasoned producer, has an unending passion for news, is ready to be #2 in the newsroom, can drive the editorial process, can constantly guide reporters and producers to develop content on all platforms, manage a continuous flow of information to the Web/mobile/broadcast/social networks, is proactive, is great at showcasing top stories, is on top of breaking news and aspires to become a news director. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can do it all — gather/write/produce/deliver/shoot/edit news and sports stories, is pleasant yet authoritative, is a motivated self-starter and can provide content for all platforms.  Resume, references and a letter stating news philosophy to Bridge Breen, station mgr., KTIV-TV, 3315 Floyd Blvd., Sioux City, IA 51108 or e-mail bbreen@ktiv.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO:  Part-time producer (Job #JR001114) with at least two years experience who can coordinate story development, can create production elements, can write well, can produce from the booth, can oversee script review and reporter storytelling, knows Edius/Office/Wide Orbit and can communicate well with staff and the public. Apply online at http://www.meredith.com/viewjobopenings.  EOE   (1/16)

— Openings at KTVI/KPLR-TV, St. Louis, MO: Anchor/reporter with at least five y ears experience who is equally good on the street and the anchor desk, is a serious journalist, develops sources,, breaks stories, is proficient in all forms of newsgathering, can interact on Twitter and Facebook and knows the importance of producing for multiple platforms.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least 2-3 years of experience who has lots of energy and contacts, has hard news story ideas, can hit the street each day for GA reports, goes live smoothly, likes to meet people,  and can live up to station brand of “live, local and late-breaking;” candidates must think for themselves, do their homework, know current events in St. Louis, have solid news judgment, is accurate, spells well, knows grammar and social media and can interface well with staff.   Tape/DVD/online link, resume and references to the KTVI/KPLR-TV HR Dept., 2250 Ball Dr., St. Louis, MO 63146, e-mail stljobs@tvstl.com or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  EOE   (1/16)

— Openings at KSHB-TV, Kansas City, MO:  Assistant news director (Job #11009) who is a leader, has a passion for coaching, has a track record of success, can listen well, can assess challenges, can find solutions, can implement changes, can oversee the investigative team, can lead big-story coverage, multitasks well, meets deadlines, can prioritize assignments and has an easy-going attitude.  Producer (Job #10812 and 10863) who creates/coordinates/executes newscasts, provides editorial and production director to associate producers and field crews regarding content/coordination/newscast execution and is a newsroom leader seeking a challenging opportunity.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #10322) who has a passion for news and innovation, is high-energy, is up to the minute, is not afraid of new technology and can engage the audience on multiple levels, using out-of-the-box thinking to work with a top-notch/creative/inventive team.  Videographer (Job #10922) with at least two years experience who is proficient with lighting and non-linear editing, can run a live truck, can work closely with newsroom personnel and can troubleshoot assigned equipment.  Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers.  (1/16)

— Openings at WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO:  Assignment editor who can gather information by phone/e-mail/scanner/personal contacts, is a strong communicator, has good news judgment, can make beat checks, can assign stories, can get new details, can find stories for daily and feature use, can assist crews with directions, can provide information and resources as needed and is an adept multi-tasker.  Creative and enterprising reporter who can develop contacts, find and enterprise stories, go live smoothly, cover breaking news, generate content for all platforms, has a strong and engaging on-camera presentation, is a good writer and can package stories; apply online at http://www.tribunemedia.com/?page_id=15562.  Creative and enterprising reporter who can develop contacts, can find and enterprise stories, can go live smoothly, can cover breaking news quickly, can generate content for all platforms, has a strong and engaging on-camera presentation and has good packaging skills.  Videographer who can shoot and edit news stories/special events/live shots creatively, can safely set up live shots and use ENG vans, can edit video, is a self-starter and can work well in a team.  Producer with at least one year experience who is passionate about the news business, can showcase stories in newscasts, has strong editorial judgment, is creative, can communicate clearly and effectively with others, can write for all platforms, can produce newscasts capable of holding and growing the audience, is well-organized, is detail-oriented, can complete multiple complex tasks on deadline, can edit video and packages, knows computers, has good FinalCut Pro 7 and 10 non-linear skills, knows other editing platforms, can work in a pressure-filled environment, can meet all deadlines and loves working in TV news. Part-time editor with two or more years experience who knows FinalCut Pro 7 and 10 and other editing platforms, can edit stories/vo/vo-sot/reporter packages, meets all deadlines and is enthusiastic about working in TV news.  Online link to one or more newscasts and resume to Tracy Brogden Miller, VP/News, WDAF-TV, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108 or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com or http://www.tribunemedia.com/?page_id=15562.  No calls.  (1/21)

— Openings at KMBC/KCWE-TV, Kansas City, MO: Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer (Job # 553) who has a command of the anchor desk can shine covering the big story or wall-to-wall coverage, is a good communicator, can tell compelling stories with strong visuals has a thorough understanding of live reporting and social media and can cover breaking news aggressively. GA reporter (Job #792) with at least two years experience who is smart and creative, is enthusiastic, is accurate and ethical, can cover breaking news aggressively and knows how to dig up a story, grabbing viewers with writing/storytelling/creative stand-ups and live shots.  Producer (Job #1087) with at least two years experience who can select and write content for live newscasts, write with and guide reporters in story production, multi-task and coordinate several crews and responsibilities present creatively, showcase all resources and elements and show unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards. Tape/DVD and resume to Sherrie Brown, ND, KMBC/KCWE-TV, 6455 Winchester Av., Kansas City, MO 64133.  No calls.  (1/21)

— Openings at KFVS-TV, Cape Girardeau, MO: Reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist – Job# 2015-4362) who is digitally minded, is enterprising, is a creative writer, ha a curious mind, is a strong journalist, is a great communicator, is a positive newsroom leader, loves to tell stories and deliver them live to viewers, embraces the digital  space and  is  a champion for all social media; apply at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4362/reporter-mmj/job.   No calls.  EOE   (1/16)

** Openings at KMIZ-TV, Columbia, MO:  Reporter/videographer who can help grow the station’s news products, wants to be on the cutting edge of the field, is a self-starter willing to work with the assignment desk to develop sources and generate content, has the flexibility to work in the modern newsroom and can be called upon to report a beat, produce, edit for the Web, shoot live shots, take still photos and write blogs.  Online link and resume to Donna Farmer, HR dir., KMIZ-TV, 501 Business Loop 70E, Columbia, MO 65201 or e-mail donnaf@kmiz.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at  KSNF-TV, Joplin, MO:  Reporter who can build contacts and cover a variety of stories; the station will consider entry-level candidates for this job; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/910Part-time news production assistant who can edit video, run studio camera and TelePrompTer during the morning news and is dependable; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/887 or https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1226.   (1/21)

— Openings at KTVO, Kirksville, MO: Reporter/videographer (Job #4705) who is an excellent storyteller, has plenty of energy and creativity, can turn packages for later newscasts, can provide daily social media interaction, goes live smoothly, has good news judgment and can go from light news to breaking stories at any given time..  Reporter/social media producer (Job #2338) who can work independently, has sharp news judgment, can do live shots smoothly, can produce daily content for all platforms and can work a variety of shifts as needed.  First, apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send DVD/online links (preferred) and resume to the KTVO ND, Box 949, Kirksville, MO 63501.  (1/27)

— Openings at News-Press TV (St. Joseph, MO): Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can work in a converged newsroom with newspaper, Web, TV and mobile platforms, and is an expert at reporting/writing/visual storytelling.  Online link and resume to careers@npgco.com.  (2/4)

— Openings at KOLR/KOZL-TV, Springfield, MO: Weekend meteorologist/Web producer  who can produce and present weather reports for all platforms, assist in writing/copy editing/researching/coordinating weather programming and other coverage, respond quickly to breaking news and severe weather, participate in station promotions, write Web stories and interact with viewers; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1063.   Assignment editor who can answer incoming news calls, assign daily stories, track potential story leads, monitor scanners, participate in daily story meetings, edit video, write stories, interact with viewers on social media and show proficiency with computers/copiers/scanners/fax machines; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1006.   (1/21)

— Openings at KSPR/KYTV, Springfield, MO:  Weekend meteorologist (Job #KY32568) who can deliver on-site weathercasts, make live reports from the field, presents information clearly and concisely, can use information and graphics to help viewers protect their lives and property, develop forecasts for all platforms and make public appearances in schools and at community events, working nights and weekends as needed.  Apply online at http://www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/.  (1/16)

— Openings at  WAVE-TV, Louisville, KY: Editor/videographer (Job#2015-4341) who can edit video for the morning newscast, can shoot daily in the field, knows non-linear systems, understands tight deadlines can match video to script and can handle multiple incoming feeds; experience preferred, and must be able to work early mornings, late nights and weekends; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4341/editor-photographer/job.  Assistant news specialists (Job #2015-3898, 2015-4375  and 2015-4232) who can write well, understands the power of social media, can operate TelePrompTer/studio cameras/audio/graphics generators and wants to become a producer; must be available to work early mornings, late nights and weekends. Apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3898/assistant-news-specialist/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4232/assistant-news-specialist/job.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WHAS-TV, Louisville, KY: Anchor/reporter (Job #67564)with at least three years reporting and two years anchoring experience who can react quickly to breaking events, is a good writer, is a strong communicator, can meet daily deadlines, can interact productively and positively within different environments, is at ease with public appearances and knows multiplatform news-gathering tools and resources.   .   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #67563) who can develop story ideas, can write/shoot/air stories, can deliver on-air news events in a concise and accurate manner, can research for facts and credibility, can develop sources, can substitute anchor, can write and produce material for digital platforms and social media, can write/report/shoot/edit spot news and respond quickly when news breaks, goes live smoothly works well under pressure, meets deadlines, interacts productively and positively with staff and viewers and knows multiplatform newsgathering tools and resources.  Producer (Job #73187) with 1-3 years of medium market or larger experience who is a conversational writer, has experience making content decisions, is collaborative, is well-organized, knows AP style, can proof and correct copy, has plenty of story ideas and can do creative live shotsResume to Terrence Spence, HR dir., WHAS-TV, 520 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, KY 40202, fax (502) 582-7543 or e-mail whas11jobs@whas11.com with the subject line of your name and the position.  (1/16)

— Openings at WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY:  Morning traffic anchor/news reporter (Job #1018) with 2-4 years experience who can deliver comprehensive traffic reports each morning, develop on-air traffic graphics and models using an in-house WSI traffic system, gather info from law enforcements and process multiple incidents and has a professional on-air presence; background anchoring news is helpful.  Video editor (Job #1010) with at least two years experience who is energetic and enterprising, an edit raw video, has good news judgment, can coordinate editing information with staff, can locate archival  video, can prepare video for use in-house and can upload video to FTP sites, can edit on Premier and use BitCentral and is willing to fly in  a helicopter to cover newsTape/DVD and resume to Andrea Stahlman, ND, WLKY-TV, 1918 Mellwood Av., Louisville, KY 40203 or e-mail astahlman@hearst.com.   (1/16)

— WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY seeks a producer who is a passionate journalist, has a great work ethic, has good people skills, is more than a show stacker, writes journalistically sound copy, has a positive attitude, performs multiple tasks efficiently and quickly, embraces the importance of the new multi-platform newsroom, understands the Web/social media and is a creative storyteller.  Tape, resume and a letter outlining news philosophy to Neil Middleton, VP/GM, WYMT-TV, Box 1299, Hazard, KY 41702.  (1/16)

— Openings at WPSD-TV, Paducah, KY: Reporter with at least two years experience who has an outstanding track record of hard news reporting a live work, can develop contacts, can enterprise hard news stories, can respond aggressively to breaking and spot news, writes well and can make good use of graphics and production.  Experienced producer who is a dynamic writer, has solid news judgment, can become a newsroom leader, has a  flair for production value, can incorporate breaking news and live elements, can update digital platforms, can prepare  vibrant graphics and can tell compelling stories. Full-time and part-time associate producers who can aid in production of newscasts, can meet deadlines, can communicate effectively with others, are up to date on new and rapidly-changing Internet technologies, know grammar/spelling/AP style and can update Web and social media sites throughout the day.  Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Dwayne Stice, WPSD-TV HR Dept., Box 1197, Paducah, KY 42002-1197 or e-mail dstice@wpsdlocal6.com.  (1/21)

— Openings at KSTP-TV, St. Paul, MN: Morning executive producer (Job #97-15) with 3-5 years EP experience who can perform under constant deadlines, has a love of/passion for/obsession with news, works well with others, knows ENPS 7/Sienna/Deko, is energetic/creative/engaged, can manage the overnight shift, can help reporters develop on-brand story pitches, can work closely with staff, can provide producers guidance on rundowns/showcasing/creativity/storytelling, loves to get creative and is willing to try new things to bring the best local TV news with impact to the viewers.  Reporter (Job #99-15) who is an exceptional communicator, has extensive experience, has advanced critical thinking abilities, makes quick ad effective decisions, can ad-lib live, can maintain performance under pressure, is committed to building one of the best investigative newsrooms in the country, tells stories with impact, can do long-form, can work sources, brings positive energy to the newsroom, can work with talented producers who can showcase your work and will work with amazing videographers (no MMJs).  Part-time writer (Job #101-15) who is experienced, has good news judgment and production skills, knows how to take in remotes and satellite feeds, is a good writer and researcher and can write copy that is clear/concise/correct.  Apply online at www.kstp.com, or fax resume to the KSTP-TV HR Dept., 3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN 55114, e-mail apply@hbi.com or fax (651) 642-4314.  EOE   (1/16)

— Openings at Fox Job -owned KMSP/WFTC-TV, Minneapolis, MN:  Assignment desk/news content editor who will enterprise and gather news, is capable of presenting it across digital and broadcast platforms, can monitor scanners and satellite feeds, can dispatch and manage news crews to cover all aspects of the news day, can develop sources who can be contacted during breaking news, can advance stories  beyond the basics and can formulate a well-rounded daily coverage plan; the ability to work well in a busy and sometimes chaotic environment is a must.  Associate producer who has a passion for local TV news, is positive, is multi-faceted, can put together newscasts in a non-traditional way, can create graphics, can write well under deadline pressure and can develop and publish Web content.  DVD/online link, writing samples, and other items that show your skills to the KMSP/WFTC-TV HR Dept.,11358 Viking Dr., Eden Prairie, MN 55344, e-mail hrminnesota@foxtv.com or apply online at https://foxtv.taleo.net/careersection/minneapolis/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en&radiusType=K&location=196 00100185&searchExpanded=true&radius=1.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WDIO/WIRT-TV, Duluth, MN: Weekend producer (Job #17-15) who can monitor scanners, make beat calls, monitor the wires, coordinate news crews, select and write stories for the 5 p.m. newscast, write stories for the Web and maintain social media accounts, put together the 10 p.m. newscast weekends ad 6 p.m. newscast Saturdays, cover vacations and have a familiarity with the region; the station will consider recent grads for this job. Part-time videographer (Job #18-15) who has production or professional experience, can shoot and edit video for news/sports/weather and can set up and shoot live remotes. Tape/DVD/online link and resume to the WDIO/WIRT-TV HR Dept., 10 Observation Rd., Duluth, MN 55811, fax (218) 727-4415 or e-mail vkaping@wdio.com.  No calls.  (1/27)

— Openings at WWTV/WWUP-TV, Cadillac, MI: Anchor/reporter with at least two years experience who is a newsroom leader, sets an example as a conversational writer and is a good storyteller. Sports director/anchor-reporter with at least two years experience who can anchor and report on local HS sports and can lead a department of five; must be a unique storyteller who has a strong work ethic and has sharp social media skills.  Two anchors with at least three years experience and a solid reporting background who can be newsroom leaders and can set an example as colleagues and storytellers.  Producer who has great leadership skills, is a good writer, has a creative mind and wants to take production skills to the next level.  Reporter who is a complete storyteller and can do a live lead story or a feature, is hard working is ambitious and understands the importance of updating all platforms; will work with a quality videographer.  Videographer (photojournalist) who is a storyteller, can operate a live truck and is considered a full member of the news staff; the station prefer one year experience but will considered talented recent grads. Tape/DVD and resume to Kevin Dunaway, ND, WWTV/WWUP-TV, Box 627, Cadillac, MI 49601.  (1/27)

— Openings at WOOD/WOTV, Grand Rapids, MI: Dynamic anchor who is creative and innovative, connects with viewers on all platforms, is itching to tell viewers about the big news stories, is plugged into the community, is versatile, has the chops to deliver breaking news/investigative/severe weather stories, can change it up to deliver thought-provoking and entertaining moments and wants to be part of the best staff in the business. Apply online at http://www.mediageneral.com/careers/careerportal.htm.   (1/16)

— Openings at WXMI-TV, Grand Rapids, MI:  Videographer (photojournalist) who can deal with snow/rain/mud/heat while carrying 25 pounds of gear, knows new technology or can learn it fast, is a leader and not a follower and can work a variety of assignments. Reporter/videographer (multilmedia journalist) with at least two years experience who has a big personality, thrives on breaking lead stories, is energetic and engaging, is a great storyteller, can chase down leads and find angles that blow the competition out of the water and won’t be boring..  Apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  (1/16)

— Openings at WLNS-TV, Lansing, MI:  Reporter/videographer (videojournalist – Job #LNS-000042) who is a bulldog, likes to find and break big stories, wants to lead newscasts, will go toe-to-toe with important people, will ask tough questions and will ask some more when someone tries to duck you, lives for breaking news, is a superior writer, has critical thinking skills, has good news judgment and wants to crush the competition.  Weekend producer/weekday reporter(Job #LNS-000045) who loves to write, is torn between wanting to tell good stories or putting together a great show, can tell stories in a clear and compelling way. Apply online at www.mediageneral.com/careers, then e-mail online links and resume to Jam Sardar, ND, at newsdirector@wlns.com.  No DVDs or snail mail.  (1/16)

— Openings at WJMN-TV, Marquette, MI:  Anchor-reporter/producer with 1-2 years experience for the station’s 11 p.m. weeknight newscast; will also report for the 6 p.m. newscast; must be skilled in generating enterprise stories, work closely with reporters and managers to coordinate content, edit video, write stories for air and Web, interact with viewers on social media, knows AP style and broadcast style writing and works well under deadline pressure; background with Avid editing and iNews systems a plus; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/442Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can research/write/present a variety of stories, is proficient in all aspects of the newsgathering process, can generate story ideas, knows broadcast and AP style, knows contemporary field production techniques, can deliver scripts/stories/newscasts on camera in he field or at the anchor desk, works well under pressure and meets deadlines; experience with iNews and Newscutter helpful, along with the ability to work an on-call weekend schedule; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/851.  (1/27)

— Openings at WNEM-TV, Saginaw, MI:  Senior news producer (Job #JR01406) who can produce newscasts, can oversee newsroom editorial operations in the overnight and morning hours, selects content, writes anchor copy and teases, selects assignments for reporters, oversees production of the newscast n the control room, builds rundowns, has solid news judgment, writes well, has an eye toward immediacy and writes teases and promos in an effective manner.  Producer (Job #JR00993) who can create/coordinate/write/execute a variety of competitive newscasts, is creative/aggressive/resourceful, pays attention to detail and team spirit, can coordinate staff efforts toward crafting a compelling newscast, can contribute to Web and multimedia efforts, can preview material, can write and edit show elements, can coordinate breaking stories, can proofread scripts, can coordinate breaking news and execute the show in the control room, can contribute content to the Web, can time the show and can conceptualize innovative graphic and pre-production elements. Newsperson (Job #JR01082 and JR01099) who can research/write/report/shoot/edit stories for TV and other platforms, can anchor if needed, can furnish a wide variety of content either working alone or in tandem with other field personnel, can contribute live shots utilizing microwave/satellite/other technology and can represent the station in public as needed.  Temporary videographer/editor (Job #JR01201) who can shoot and edit video of GA news daily for multiple platforms, can ask questions for sound bites and can utilize smart phones to capture and disseminate news sources.  Apply online at http://www.meredith.com/viewjobopenings.  (1/27)

— Openings at WOIO/WUAB-TV, Cleveland, OH: Chief meteorologist/reporter (Job #2015-3772) who can produce/prepare/writer all material needed for live weather segments in daily newscasts, can generate and execute story ideas, can generate weather forecasting maps and graphics, can stay highly engaged on digital platforms, can present weathercasts live/tapped/voiced-over as needed, can write/produce newsbreaks/teases/other promotional announcements as assigned, can perform material live smoothly, can use unique creative abilities and exercise personal discretion and initiative to maintain lists of story ideas/contacts that can be developed as needed and remain current on trends in weather; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3642/meteorologist-reporter/job.    Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist-Job #2015-3955) with at least one year experience who can report on a variety of issues/events/subjects, can shoot/write/edit/post multiple stories daily, can utilize social networking Web sites, meets deadlines, knows sports as well as news, is a creative writer, has an inquisitive mind, is a good communicator, is a positive leader inside and outside of the newsroom,  knows how to write for broadcast and the Web, wants to pursue breaking news, can suggest enterprise ideas that can turn into lead stories and has a background with newsroom computer systems; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3955/reporter-mmj/job. Associate producer (Job #2015-4327) who can write and edit copy for newscasts and specials, can field produce stories and news segments, can fill in a as a line producer, can assure the integrity of the show from the control room during its live presentation, can perform story selection and format, prepare rundowns, is a good writer and storyteller and can contribute story ideas daily; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4327/associate-producer/job. Tape/DVD/online link and resume to Dan Salamone, ND, WOIO/WUAB-TV, 1717 E. 12th St., Cleveland, OH 44114 e-mail dsalamone@woio.com or apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs.   No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH: Nightside executive producer (Job #8332) who is creative and dynamic, can take charge of the morning news team, knows how to get a team to produce visually-compelling newscasts, is hands-on, takes charge, understands how to make on-air presentations sizzle while maintaining journalistic and quality control standards, can post to all platforms, can monitor Web analytics, can manage schedules and overtime and has good news judgment.  Producer (Job #10904) who is top-notch, hands-on, has solid news judgment, is a compelling and accurate writer, can multi-task, manages time well, and puts together exciting and informative newscasts in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment.  Investigative producer (Job #10939) who has a background in investigative journalism, wants to work in an expanding unit, can write original short- and long-form multimedia stories, can manage a calendar of investigative content, can contribute ideas and extra content to daily news, can help produce special content, has proven background in developing/researching/vetting ideas that can lead to accurate stories with vital content and can work closely with news managers and assignment editors to determine content needs; may be called on to produce newscasts.  Investigative videographer (Job #10940) who can capture compelling visuals and audio in a sensitive investigative environment, is highly skilled and creative, has the technical know-how to capture engaging video during an interview or while undercover, is a team player, consistently contributes throughout the newsgathering process, is open to implementing new technologies and methods to accomplish assignments and can provide content to all platforms.   Reporter/videographer  (multimedia journalist – Job #10938) who is a creative writer, has an inquisitive mind, is a strong journalist, is a great communicator, is a positive leader inside and outside of the newsroom, is a creative storyteller, can do sports and news and can develop/create/research leads and tips to develop story ideas.  Chief photographer (Job #11228) who can lead a team of videographers, can assure that they deliver creative and high-level storytelling that can best serve the viewer, is ready for a challenge, can shoot/capture/edit visual content for all platforms, can work with producers and reporters to create stories and is demonstrably creative.  Videographer (Job #10737) who has high command of photo and video techniques, can create and develop visual storytelling across multiple platforms, can inform/engage/entertain fan bases, can capture video for all platforms, can work closely with newsroom personnel to create and develop stories, can operation a live truck and knows media law.   Dynamic traffic reporter (Job #10997) for its morning and evening newscasts who can provide active/engaging/real time live reports, has a strong social media presence, can work a flexible schedule, and can either report on traffic conditions from the field or come back to anchor traffic reports from the studio evenings.  Apply online at http://www.scripps.apply2jobs.com.  (1/27)

— Openings at WXIX-TV, Cincinnati, OH:  Anchor/reporter (Job #2015-3736) for its evening newscasts who excels in a team environment, has leadership skills in the newsroom and in the community, is a strong communicator, can excel in a fast-paced newsroom, has digital savvy, knows social media, excels at breaking news, is a strong writer and storyteller and can bring professionalism/enthusiasm/confidence/personality to the anchor desk; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3736/anchor-reporter/job. News content specialist (Job #2015-4173 and 2015-4244) who can edit video for daily newscasts and special pieces, can meet daily deadlines, thrives in a high-energy and fast-paced work environment, can write and post content to the station Web site, communicates well and contributes to digital platforms; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4244/news-content-specialist/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4173/news-content-specialist/job.  Videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2015-4230) with 1-2 years experience who is motivated, takes initiative, knows ENG cameras and video editing (Edius/Bitcentral preferred), can operate live trucks, can post to the Web and can work a variety of shifts; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4230/photographer-mmj/job.  Apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com, including online links to work samples.  No calls. (1/16)

— Openings at WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Senior Assignment editor (Job #11047) who can manage assignments, can coordinate logistics, can monitor wires and scanners, can call sources as needed, can assist in finding stories/doing research/tracking story ideas, can publish online content and can dispatch crews to breaking news events.  Top-notch, hands-on executive producer (Job #10208) who is a proven show doctor, is aggressive on breaking news, can lead and guide a team of producers/anchors/reporters to present engaging and informative content across multiple platforms, can manage and showcase across multiple platforms, can assure that the station is competitive within the market, can supervise writing/teases/Web headlines, can manage schedules/OT/performance that includes yearly reviews, has good news judgment, knows ethics and can create tactics and strategies to increase demo performance in key target areas.  Producer (Job #10524 and 11129) with three or more years of experience who can develop and organize newscasts, can write for all platforms, can develop and  showcase stories, can enhance content of the rundown with graphics/video/research/station branding, can write clearly, can edit video for all platforms, can understand and utilize Web analytics and has live shot background. Investigative reporter (Job #11237) who can develop/research/report/produce high impact investigative stories for presentation on all Scripps outlets, digital/broadcast/other media; must understand and embrace goals of a digital news environment and social and multimedia, driven  by a desire to spur changet rhough great reporting and storytelling; must be a team player and assure that the company’s mission and  values are integrated into editorial content.   Traffic reporter (Job #11007) who can research/write/capture visual content/edit stories for multiple platforms, act quickly on leads and news tips, gather and verify information, organize material, go live smoothly and work cooperatively with videographers, when assigned.  Chief photographer (Job #10510) with 5-7 years experience who can supervise photojournalists, can coach, can conduct performance evaluations, can create schedules, can shoot/capture/edit visual content for all platforms, can post of the Web, can create stories, has god news judgment and knows libel law.   Videographer (Job #10299) who can capture and edit visual content for all platforms, can work closely with newsroom personnel to create and develop stories, can operate live trucks and SNG trucks, can maintain satellite uplink logs and reports, show creativity and good news judgment and knows ethics and libel law.  Tape/DVD and resume to the WCPO-TV HR Dept., 1720 Gilbert Av., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html.  (1/28)

— Openings at WLWT-TV, Cincinnati, OH: News director (Job #1101) with at least three years supervisory experience who is a seasoned manager, is enthusiastic, is a skilled communicator, can execute top daily stories and breaking news as well as weather coverage and community service on all platforms, believes in enterprising, can recruit staff, is a newsroom leader, can administer the budget, can collaborate with other department heads on strategic station planning initiatives, can mentor journalists and is an inspiring leader who can attract the best talent  in the industry; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/677552/News-Director/.   Anchor (Job #1037) with at least four years experience who can regularly plan/gather/assemble stories on day-of news and special projects, can work with or without a videographer to gather and edit compelling video and captivating sound, coordinates with managers and producers to develop stories that go beyond surface details, develops a network of sources who provide tips and obtain early access to information, can juggle multiple stories, can meet all deadlines, can summarize information into easy-to-understand components and has unwavering journalistic integrity.  Reporter (Job #758) with four years experience who is a dynamic storyteller, can enterprise/research/produce stories that compel an audience to watch, has strong writing and live skills, can shoot and edit video if needed and can incorporate all available resources, including video, natural sound and electronic graphics to enhance stories; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/551358/Reporter-/ or http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/538503/Reporter/.   Assignment editor (Job #937) who can monitor scanners, can coordinate reporters and videographers, can dispatch crews, can maintain court files, can plan for upcoming events, can set coverage priorities, can gather information on stories, can develop sources and can generate story ideas; familiarity with greater Cincinnati a plus; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/602875/Assignment-Editor/.  Sports producer (Job#1137) who has a track record of success, can work a flexible schedule, has vast knowledge of all Cincinnati area sports, can report from the field and has strong writing ability and news judgment; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/695098/Sports-Producer-/.   (1/16)

 

— Openings at WCMH-TV, Columbus, OH:  Weekday evening anchor (Job #CMH-000230) who is experienced, can engage the audience, has a memorable delivery, can do regular reporting, is passionate about storytelling, has the ability to anchor unscripted in breaking news situations and can connect with the audience on digital and social media.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #CMH-000226) with 2-5 years experience in print/broadcast/online reporting who can make and maintain local news contacts, can develop unique stories, can cover breaking news aggressively, can follow up on stories, can develop/shoot/write/edit stories, can post to all platforms, has a passion for advocacy and is highly-motivated.  Traffic/breaking news anchor-reporter/videographer (Job #CMH-000229) who has strong news judgment, can ad-lib or read from a script,  writes well, works well  under stress and tie constraints, is proficient in CMS/Web publishing, knows area geography and roads, and knows ENPS/Aurora Edit/Edius and meets deadlines.   Tape/DVD/online link and resume to the WCMH-TV HR dir., 3165 Olentangy River Dr., Columbus, OH 43202 or e-mail http://www.mediageneral.com/careers.  (1/31)

— Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH: Assignment manager (Job #200AM)  who will be responsible for day-to-day coverage, executing enterprise cover, making long-range plans, displaying exceptional news judgment and resourcefulness, making enterprise work a priority, managing assignment editors, assisting crews, owning breaking news and working well under deadline pressure.  Senior executive producer (Job #200MM) with at least eight years experience who is dynamic, can coordinate with other departments for daily newscast production, had good news judgment, communicates well, is an above-average writer and storyteller, can manage and influence a large newsroom, can work effectively in often stressful situations, has investigative background and is familiar with all digital platforms; application should include news philosophy and a link to a recent newscast.  Special projects producer (Job #200MG) who has a track record of compelling newscasts with high production standards, can take responsibility for all special reports/special programs/ political programming/special news events, can craft creative newscasts that are clear/concise/memorable, can showcase stories, can take responsibility tor multi-platform content and owns big story/breaking news coverage.  Morning producer (Job #200DS) who is experienced, excels during breaking news, has good news judgment, is a strong writer, can write teases and can differentiate and showcase a newscast that is urgent and relevant to the viewer.  Producer (Job #200MG) for its 11 p.m. weeknight newscast with the same abilities.  Weekend evening producer (Job #200AK) with the same abilities.  Weekend anchor/reporter  (Job #200JV) who is dynamic and experienced, can cover breaking news and interviews, can work as a GA reporter when not anchoring, can build a trusted bond with viewers, is a strong enterprise storyteller, can convey news sense through anchoring and reporting; familiarity with central Ohio is a plus.  Reporter (Job #200DE) with at least five years experience who is aggressive and enterprising, can present ideas for several topical and relevant stories each day, has superior writing and storytelling ability, can dig deep to uncover the big stories, can cover and deliver breaking news with accuracy and urgency, has plenty of self-motivation and can keep the station in first place. Videographer (Job #200AW) with at least two years experience who is tech-savvy, is innovative, is a creative visual storyteller, tells great stories, has a positive attitude, thrives in a fast-paced team environment, collaborates well with reporters, knows Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Internet.  can fly in the chopper and use a FLIR stabilized camera and can post and deliver content to all platforms; experience with P2, Edius, FTP and social media preferred.  Video editor (Job #300BK) who can edit video for on-air and off-air presentations, can work closely with staff to determine the best way to present news stories, can operate cameras, knows FTP, can operate a FLIR stabilized camera and can produce quality work under daily deadline pressures.  Work samples/online links and resume to  http://www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers/.  (3/24)

— Openings at WHIO-TV, Dayton, OH: Full-time and part-time reporter/v\ideographer “first responder” (Job #1515672 and 157329) who is nimble, flexible and quick-thinking and can perform the same functions as other reporters; apply at http://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/cincinnati/broadcast/jobid7608177-reporter-whio-tv-jobs or http://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/cincinnati/broadcast-programming-and-production/jobid8460890-multi-media-first-responder-jobs.  (2/4)

** Openings at WDTN-TV, Dayton, OH: Executive producer (Job#15-00802) with at least three years producing experience who can supervise news content across all platforms, can oversee writing/production/timing of broadcasts, can define strategic direction for coverage, can manage the newsroom, can make solid decisions in breaking news situations, can engage and grow audiences across all platforms, is detail oriented and has good verbal/written/analytical skills.  Producer (Job #15-00938) who can deliver and contribute accurate visual news content across all platforms, oversee writing/production/timing of broadcast and online publications, define strategic direction or content coverage, manage the newsroom, contribute to the editorial process, make sold decisions in breaking news situations, monitor the post-production processes to assure accurate completion of details write/produce/edit material that appeals to target audiences, is detail-oriented, knows non-linear editing, has strong news judgment, understands viewer needs and expectations and has the ability to meet quality standards. Producer/breaking news anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #15-00913) for its morning newscast who has solid news judgment as a producer and presenter, and has experience in breaking news online.  Part-time traffic anchor (Job #15-0012) who can deliver traffic information and other portions of newscasts clearly, accurately,, concisely and in an engaging manner.  Part-time weekend meteorologist (Job #15-00910) who can deliver weather forecast accurately clearly, concisely and in an engaging manner and can shine during severe weather. DVD and resume to Denise Eck, ND, WDTN-TV, 4595 S. Dixie Dr., Moraine, OH 45439 or e-mail jobs@wdtn.com.  (2/4)

— Openings at WTOL-TV, Toledo, OH:   Executive producer (Job #2015-4189) with at least three years experience as a news manager who can showcase key strategic elements within a newscast, can create innovative content and production elements, is hands-on, creates “now” newscasts, can produce daily newscasts and special projects as needed and is a newsroom leader; applications should include online links; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4189/executive-producer/jobProducer (Job #2015-4104) for its weekday morning newscasts who knows the industry and wants to learn from talented professionals; the station will consider recent grads for this job; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4104/news-producer/jobReporter (Job #2015-4334) who is experienced, knows how to find and develop strong story ideas, can develop stories in a compelling manner, can shoot video/edit video/write, knows social media and knows how it applies to TV news; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4334/news-reporter-mmj/job.  Weekend assignment editor/videographer (Job #2015-3805) who can gather and edit video and sound for all platforms, can operate live trucks, can post to the Web, can set up Skype and other feeds and can work any hour of day, including holidays and OT; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3805/photographer-weekend-assignment-editor/jobNews and content specialist (Job #2015-3980) who can edit video can post to the Web, can perform Chyron/audio/studio camera/TelePrompTer and has a flexible schedule; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3980/news-content-specialist/job.   No calls.  (1/16)

** Openings at WTVG, Toledo, OH: Experienced producer who a passion for producing newscasts that serve the public interest, wants to work for a station that has a commitment to the community, takes pride in building content that is engaging and creative for use over the air and on digital platforms and can work with an experienced team using lots of tools. Part-time weekend assignment editor who can communicate with and coordinate reporters and videographers on Saturdays and Sundays, along with fill-in during the week as needed; must know the local area and have newsroom experience.  Apply to Brian Trauring, ND, WTVG, 4247 Dorr St., Toledo, OH 43607 or e-mail wtvg_hr@13abc.com.  (2/4)

— Openings at WKBN/WYFX/WYTV, Youngstown, OH: Assistant news director (Job #15-00536) who can help lead two different stations’ morning newscasts to dominant positions, can be responsible for content and coverage, can line produce when needed and can operate equipment to receive feeds and cellular backpack live shots.  Experienced reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist, Job #15-00924) who can do it all: shoot/write/report/go live/update all platforms.  Apply online at http://www.mediageneral.com/careers/careerportal.htm.  (1/16)

** Openings at  WHIZ-TV, Zanesville, OH: Entry-level videographer (Job #2015-12-23-N7 and 2015-12-23-N8) who is a creative person and is detail-oriented.  DVD/online links and resume ASAP to George Hiotis, WHIZ-TV, 629 Downard Rd., Zanesville, OH 43701or e-mail ghiotis@whizmediagroup.com.    (2/4)

— Openings at WKRN-TV, Nashville, TN: Producer (Job #KRN-000052) who is a strong broadcast journalist, is creative writer, understands how to develop and present a comprehensive look at the day’s top stories, has a creative approach to local news, handles breaking news situations and can work well under pressure; apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=KRN-000052.   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #KRN-000059 and KRN-000062) with at least three years experience who has a track record of success, knows the latest broadcast equipment , can write for broadcast and the Web and knows Panasonic/JVC ENG cameras, live trucks, and non-linear editing; Edius preferred; apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=KRN-000059 and https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=KRN-000062Meteorologist (Job #KRN-000048) wi th at least seven years on-air forecasting experience  who has weather forecasting and storm tracking skills, handles high pressure situations well and is proficient in social media; apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=KRN-000048.   (3/31)

— Openings at WREG-TV, Memphis, TN:  Producer (Job #2015-41372) who won’t accept yesterday’s leftovers, seeks out today’s news, can lead in severe weather and breaking news, creates an exciting show every day, has what it takes to keep up, gets the facts right, can showcase stories, can write well, can post stories to the Web and social media, is a self-motivator, is a strong writer, is an ace at spelling and grammar, works hard and takes no prisoners.   Reporter/anchor (Job #2014-41369) who presents the news in a personal and polished style, leads by example, is a live shot artist, is relentless, leads by example, cares about being fair and accurate, can bring in story ideas every day, can build and maintain a list of sources, can turn stories quickly, is fair/accurate/engaging to the audience, can present those stories in a manner that is energetic/conversational/creative, can post and promote stories online and with social media, can cultivate sources, can learn new things and adapt to change, works well in a team environment, refuses to give up, protects the reputation and integrity of self and station, can accept coaching and constructive criticism, and understands electronic newsgathering equipment; fluency in Spanish as well as English is a plusTape/DVD/online link and resume to Bruce Moore, ND, WREG-TV, 803 Channel 3 Dr., Memphis, TN 38103, e-mail bruce.moore@wreg.com or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN: Meteorologist (Job #1517034)who can analyze and decipher weather information and tailor it for hyper-local forecast delivery, thinks digital first, manages the forecast center equipment well, can track storms and severe weather consistently on-air and off, stays on top of the 24/7 cycle of weather information and communicates with staff; apply online at https://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/job/memphis/meteorologist-whbq-tv/1646/1009119.  Videographer (Job #1517908) who has the ability to see the best pictures and sound, can put them together to generate stories with impact, shoot active live shots with god lighting, can do quick-turn editing, can run master control, can do SOTs as a one-man-band, knows Avid editing, multi-tasks well, can handle breaking news with ease and can meet deadlines; should know Photoshop, FinalCut Pro, Edius and Premier; tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the WHBQ-TV HR Dept., 485 S. Highland Av., Memphis, TN 38111 or apply online at https://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/job/memphis/news-photographer/1646/1090224.  No calls.  (2/13)

— Openings at WATN/WLMT/WJKT-TV, Memphis, TN:  Morning executive producer (Job #746) with at least five years of line producing experience who can juggle multiple live shots and breaking news, is a strong writer, can put together newscasts that are fast-paced and compelling, meets deadlines, finds content, selects stories, submits graphics requests in a timely manner, assures that newscasts adhere to time limitations and requirements, wants to learn and grow, can lead an aggressive team that focuses on local news and can work a shift that includes early mornings; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/746. Videographer (Job#1290) who can shoot video for a variety of news reports, edit video and sound, turn out compelling stories, can set up/compose/execute shoots, can maintain equipment and can operate live microwave and satellite trucks; apply online at https://nexstar.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/1290.  No calls.  (2/13)

— Openings at WMC-TV, Memphis, TN:  Anchor/reporter (Job #2015-4411) who is energetic and driven has solid news judgment, can tell difficult stories, possesses an investigative edge, is creative, is a newsroom leader, knows how to cover news aggressively on social media and other digital platforms and excels at breaking news coverage from the studio or the field.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist- Job #2015-4366) with at least three years experience who loves breaking news, knows how to find information online, can develop sources, wants the top story each day, digs deep to make every story relevant to the viewer and has experience with live shots.  Experienced videographer (Job #2015-4010) who is a top-notch shooter/editor/storyteller, is skilled in the use of emerging technology/digital media/social media, is a team player, takes initiative, communicates well, troubleshoots on the fly and is a problem solver under pressure; must be able to work overnights and on weekends; Edius, Audition and Avid background preferred.  Part-time news content specialist (Job #2015-4387) who can write, can edit video, can post to the Web and can perform traditional production assistant duties; must have a flexible schedule.  Send tape/DVD and resume to Tammy Phillips, AND, WMC-TV, 1960 Union Av., Memphis, TN 38104 or e-mail tphillips@wmctv.com.  No calls.  (1/16)

** Openings at WBIR-TV, Knoxville, TN:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can research/write/shoot/edit stories and present them over the air and online, has a strong digital background, knows social media, is creative, can generate sources and develop stories and can run a live truck.  Meteorologist/reporter with at least two years on-air forecasting experience who has studied severe weather, can use a broad range of technology, can pitch/shoot/write/edit stories for use over the air and online and embraces social media.  Producer with at least one year experience who can work a flexible schedule, has a positive attitude, can gather and research stories, can write well can post content to all digital platforms, can coordinate crews in the field, contributes to social media and interacts well with the public by phone and by e-mail; apply to Martha Jennings, ND, WBIR-TV, 1513 Bill Williams Av., Knoxville, TN 37917 or e-mail mjennings@wbir.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at WATE-TV, Knoxville, TN:  Anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #ATE-000058) with at least five years experience who is an aggressive journalist, knows how to dig, can tell a compelling story, excels at social media, likes to enterprise stories and can act quickly in breaking news situations.   Newscast producer/online content (Job #ATE-000073) who is a newsroom leader, can manage reporters/anchors/videographers/editors, can  produce newscasts that are compelling/clear/easy to understand, is extremely aggressive, has a hunger for hard news, thrives on creating newscasts that are informative and creative and thinks outside the box.  Online links/DVD and resume to the WATE-TV personnel dept., attn.: Mr. Cunningham, 1306 N. Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917 or apply online at www.wate.com.  (1/27)

— Openings at WVLT-TV, Knoxville, TN:  Dynamic executive producer with at least two years show producing or other supervisory experience who can place a heavy focus on a multiscreen audience, embraces the digital first philosophy, can pitch and choose editorial content that is on point with the station’s brand and audience, works closely with producers, oversees story selection and pre-production, can proof and edit copy on a daily basis and can oversee sweeps/promotables/content for shows, is creative and ethical, brings a positive attitude to the newsroom and understands good storytelling; apply to Tony Bernhardt at tony.bernhardt@wvlt-tv.comReporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can aggressively break and cover compelling stories that viewers care about, can pitch enterprise stories daily, is a great videographer, is a creative editor, has smart news judgment, has god technical skills, has a desire to win and spins good stories; the ability to operate a TVU pack is preferred, along with strong Web and social media skills; apply to HR@wvlt-tv.comProducer who is dynamic, knows what it takes to write and showcase stories with accuracy and develop shows that live the brand, can write for all platforms, is creative with graphics and video, has solid and ethical news judgment, understands libel laws, can make time-sensitive decisions quickly and correctly, is calm and rational in the newsroom and the booth and understands social media and digital media.  DVD/online link and resume to the WVLT-TV HR Dept., 6450 Papermill Dr., Knoxville, TN 37919 or e-mail HR@wvlt-tv.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at WBBJ-TV, Jackson, TN:  Producer who is creative and self-starting, can create newscasts that are exciting/energetic/informative, is aggressive and tech-savvy, can determine how best to tell stories using video/audio/graphics, can quickly write breaking news, pays attention to detail, can book guests, can write compelling topicals and knows AP style. Part-time (20-25 hours/week) associate producer who can write/edit/prepare all elements within newscasts, is aggressive, is tech-savvy and can jump in and help to get things done.  Apply to Shanda Sundstrom, ND, c/o the WBBJ-TV HR Dept., 346 Muse St., Jackson, TN 38301 or e-mail ssundstrom@wbbjtv.com.  No calls.  (2/13)

— Openings at WCYB/WEMT-TV, Kingsport, TN/Bristol, VA: Assistant news director with at least three years of producing/assignments/AND experience who is an excellent showcrafter and writer, meets deadlines, is passionate about TV news, can mentor young producers, understands goals, knows how to achieve them, can edit and proofread copy, can produce specials, can work with all departments to produce quality content, is competitive and energetic and is a true team player at a station that prides itself in getting the facts right.  Anchor/reporter-videographer (multimedia journalist) with at least three years of anchoring experience who has great on-camera skills,  thrives on breaking news, gets the facts straight, is creative, has great work ethic, is passionate about quality TV news, will become a recognizable face in the community, is a team player, works well with others, can work quickly/efficiently/effectively, meets deadlines, adheres to a “Web first” approach in the newsroom and can excel in the field or at the anchor desk.  Submit DVD/online link, resume, references and a letter stating salary requirements and why you like the job to the WCYB-TV HR, 101 Lee St., Bristol, VA 24201. No calls.   (1/16)

** Openings at WOWT-TV, Omaha, NE:  Assistant news director/executive producer (Job #318430771) with 3-5 years senior newsroom management experience or EP in a major market who can coordinate newscast content and presentation across multiple platforms, enhance and support content with graphics/video/station branding, can review content for multiple platforms, can supervise pre-production and writing of content, can manage performance for assigned director reports that will include yearly reviews, has good news judgment, can do research and planning for upcoming events, has a keen sense of logistics and can work successfully in challenging circumstances.  Producer (Job #309116221) who is experienced, can select/write/assemble a blend of stories in a compelling/interesting/newsworthy way for broadcast and digital platforms, can work efficiently despite high stress levels, can demonstrate strong skills in selecting news stories, can write stories that are compelling and easy to understand, can booth live newscasts, can edit using Edius, can coordinate and tune inn live shots and can work closely with digital and management personnel.  Reporter/videographer (backpack journalist – Job #214760331 and 278793981) with two years experience who can report live, shoot creatively, write/edit/post stories in timely fashion, can handle both hard news and feature stories, is a good writer, can work well under strict deadline pressure and can keep multiple platforms updated. DVD or online link (preferred) and resume to the WOWT-TV HR Dept., 3501 Farnam St., Omaha, NE 68131, fax (402) 233 7885 or e-mail hr@wowt.com.  No calls.  (2/4)

— Openings at KETV, Omaha, NE:  Producer (Job #989) who can write and edit copy, can work with reporters and anchors, can edit video, can showcase newscast elements through the use of graphics and other techniques, can work a variable shift and can do some field producing and reporting.  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #1136) who is experienced, can gather information for news and sports stories, can shoot and edit video/write/package/report stories, can develop sources, can generate story ideas, can do live shots and live interviews smoothly, can work with other reporters on packages/documentaries/special reports, connects with viewers, enjoys being part of a team and works quickly and efficiently. Videographer/editor (Job #1118 and 1135) who can shoot high quality video, can gather information for newscasts on any shift, piece together high-quality packages, cover breaking news and sporting events, set up and shoot live shots and  live interviews, work with reporters on packages/special reports/documentaries, edit video, edit in the field quickly and efficiently, write well, develop contacts and generate stories.  Morning traffic reporter/GA reporter/fill-in anchor (Job #1014) with the same abilities; familiarity with area roads a big plus.  E-mail online link and resume to Rose Ann Shannon, ND, KETV, 2665 Douglas St., Omaha, NE 68131 or e-mail at rshannon@hearst.com.  (1/21)

— KOLN/KGIN-TV, Lincoln, NE seeks a sports reporter (Job #359642381) who can cover stories in line with the sports philosophy of the station, can write/produce/edit/anchor assigned segments, can cover news and sports stories as needed, can shoot video or work with a photographer, can record and video streaming stories, can contribute to the idea pool, can make and maintain contacts in the sports community and knows sports.  DVD/online link and resume to the KOLN/KGIN-TV HR Dept., 840 N. 40th St., Lincoln, NE 68503, fax (402) 467-9461 or e-mail hr@1011now.com.  No calls.  (2/13)

— KSNB-TV, Hastings, NEMorning news co-anchor/reporter (Job #322848721) who can do it all – anchor/report/write/produce/plan/generate story ideas/post to all platforms/videography/editing, is flexible in the newsroom and on-air, has an energetic personality and can find and report stories that are complete and compelling.  DVD/online link and resume to the KOLN/KGIN-TV HR Dept., 840 N. 40th St., Lincoln, NE 68503, fax (402) 467-9461 or e-mail hr@1011now.com.  No calls.  (2/13)

— KNOP/KNPL-TV, North Platte, NE seek a reporter (Job #335946891) who can focus on live reports, has a passion for breaking news, will report for as many as six stations in Nebraska, has responsibility for accurate/relevant/timely coverage and creative live shots, serving people with news that leads the market, is the most relevant and compelling, is the most useful and will have an emphasis on visual presentation and performance.  DVD/online link and resume to the KOLN/KGIN-TV HR Dept., 840 N. 40th St., Lincoln, NE 68503, fax (402) 467-9461 or e-mail hr@1011now.com.  No calls.  (2/13)

— Openings at KWCH-TV Wichita, KS:  Producer (Job #SUN2580) who excels at winning breaking news and severe weather coverage, has scripts written with urgency and impact to viewers thinks digital first, can showcase the market’s strongest enterprise reporting and storytelling, can consistently produce shows that stand out as best in the market, can produce up a story, lives and breathes digital content, thrives at engaging with  viewers and knows how to successfully integrate the Web and social media into shows.  Investigative reporter (Job #SUN2503) who thrives at breaking the big story, has experience filing open records requests and FOIAs to uncover hidden details and break major news stories, is naturally inquisitive, has a knack for asking tough questions, can dig deep, can sort through data and/or complex details to find the stories and angles that impact the community, can do GA and fill-in coverage as needed and can be in the field during severe weather events.   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #SUN2505) who is looking for a challenge, is innovative and aggressive, consistently goes the extra mile to win the big story, excels in the field connecting with viewers, delivers news with urgency and accuracy and handles breaking news and other unscripted situations well.  Work samples and resume to the KWCH-TV HR mgr., 2815 E. 37th St. N., Wichita, KS 67219, fax (316) 831-1690, e-mail hr@kwch.com or apply online at www.schurz.com. (2/13)

** Openings at KOAM-TV, Pittsburg, KS: Weather anchor/morning show co-host for its top-rated morning who who is a good writer, is well-organized, has great people skills, has solid news judgment, can produce weathercasts that are compelling and accurate, is informative and entertaining on the air, can go live from the anchor desk or on location, can deliver weathercasts over the air and online, can make personal appearances for the station and is a proven leader.  Reporter/videographer who is an exceptional storyteller and has a professional on-camera presence.  Work samples and resume to Kristi Spencer, KOAM-TV, Box 659, Pittsburg, KS 66762 or e-mail koamnewsemployment@koamtv.com.  (2/4)

— Openings at KATV, Little Rock, AR: Engaged, driven, creative Producer (Job #4496) who can take responsibility for day-to-day production of newscasts, can work closely with the  EP and assignment desk, can determine content and flow of newscasts, can work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and can develop online content.  Morning show reporter (Job #4757) who is a morning person, has a great personality, is a strong storyteller, has energy and creativity, can turn packages for later newscasts, can provide daily social media content, can generate unique and compelling stories, does clear and active live shots, has solid news judgment and can produce stories that are clear and easy to understand.  Traffic reporter (Job #4758) who has a take-charge attitude, is motivated/energetic/creative/aggressive, works quickly and independently, has good ad-lib skills and a great personality, thrives on breaking stories, presents well on live camera and works well in a team environment.  Apply online at www.sbgi.net, then send a DVD of a recent newscast to the KATV ND, Box 77, Little Rock, AR 72203.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at KTHV-TV, Little Rock, AR: Anchor with 3-5 years experience for its morning news show who is confident and creative, can be counted on the deliver the best each and every morning, keeps viewers updated and informed while providing a few laughs along the way, has great chemistry, understands what it takes to win, pas attention to the rundown, has a passion for people, is community-oriented, believes the station can make a difference every day, has a track record of leadership skills, has high character and can engage viewers on all platforms.  Reporter/videographer (photojournalist – Job #69743) with 1-3 years experience who can work across all platforms, is a news junkie, thrives on breaking news, can deliver compelling stories of all types each day, recognizes the value of honest feedback, wants to learn and grow quickly, goes live smoothly, always aims for the lead and wants the chance to make a real impact on Little Rock; must generate and suggest compelling stories each day. Meteorologist who is ready to take forecasting beyond maps and cold fronts, can tell a great story, can introduce social media into the forecast, can handle the highly unpredictable weather generated in central AR, embraces the “This is Home” brand and can lead the way in getting out to the community.  Tape/DVD/online link, resume and references to the KTHV-TV HR Dept., 720 Izard St., Little Rock, AR 72201 or apply online at www.todaysthv.com.   (2/13)

— Openings at KFSM/KXNW-TV, Ft. Smith/Fayetteville, AR:  Producer who will be responsible for producing TV newscasts and Web content; must work closely with reporters/producers/directors/assignment desk, review and edit reporter scripts, develop content for the station Web site and social network sites, has a passion for news, is a strong writer, has sharp news judgment, has excellent technical skills, can work well with others, can bring enthusiasm and creativity to the product and understands the role personality and storytelling plays in each newscast.  Send a letter expressing interest, resume and references to Van Comer, GM, KFSM/KXNW-TV, 4201 N. Shiloh Dr., Suite 169, Fayetteville, AR 72703, e-mail jobs@kfsm.com or apply online at www.tribunemedia.com.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at KHBS/KHOG-TV, Ft. Smith, AR:  Executive producer (Job #891) who can simultaneously contribute to and manage newscasts that are fast-paced/hard-edged/compelling, has mentoring ability, writes well, is well-organized, has solid news judgment, has creative vision, can oversee specials and Web content, can select and write content for live newscasts, can coach and mentor, will produce and publish content for online platforms, knows writing/spelling/grammar/copy editing/APP style, can multi-task well, has a creative presentation style and can attend weekly management meetings.  Anchor/reporter (Job  #841 and 640) who can bring the energy of live reporting to the anchor desk, has credibility/.pose/personality, isn’t afraid to cover stories, is a newsroom leader, can write and edit scripts, can make beat calls, can help gather information and can work on special projects as needed.  Videographer/editor (Job #853 and 841) who can coordinate feeds, edit with both the eye and ear in mind, can coordinate content elements for multiple shows, can capture the essence of what’s happening in the field and can bring it vividly into viewers’ homes. Tape/DVD, resume, letter stating news philosophy and contact information for at least three references to Greg Shepperd, ND, c/o the KHBS/KHOG-TV HR Dept., 2809 Ajax Av., Suite 200, Rogers, AR 72758 or e-mail KHBSNewsDirector@hearst.com.   No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at KAIT-TV, Jonesboro, AR:  Reporter-videographer (Job #2014-4061) who can do it all: shoot/write/edit/post incessantly/appear on camera, has the desire ad ability to dig for stories, can write/tell great stories, can present polished packages, can make live shots come alive, knows Web posting, knows nonlinear editing and social media, works well under strict deadlines and won’t flinch under pressure; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4061/reporter-mmj/job. News content specialist (Job #2015-4352) who is a self-starter, can learn how to operate news broadcast equipment, is a good writer, can edit video, can run Chyron/audio/TelePrompTer/studio camera and can work a flexible schedule; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4352/news-content-specialist/job, then send online link and resume to the KAIT-TV HR Dept., Box 790, Jonesboro, AR 72403.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WBTV, Charlotte, NC:  Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2015-4333) with 3-5 years experience who is a strong writer, manages time well, pays attention to detail, is aggressive, likes to break news, is quick on your feet,  lives up to the station’s strong “On Your Side” brand and can produce material for all digital platforms; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4333/mmj-reporter/job. .  Chief videographer (Job #2015-4034) who can lead a team of dedicated and professional videographers, can train/critique/grow staff, has strong technical knowledge, is creative under deadline pressure, can run a live truck, can work alone to generate compelling stories or with a reporter, can fly in a news helicopter and operate a stabilized camera, has a good attitude, is energetic  and will do whatever it takes to get the story; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4034/chief-videographer/job.    News content specialist (Job #2015-4119 and 2015-4113) who can write for broadcast and the Internet, can shoot in the field or in the studio, can edit video, can operate Chyron generators and knows audio and TelePrompTer; must have a flexible schedule; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4119/news-content-specialit/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4113/news-content-specialist/job; then send DVD and resume to Dennis Milligan, ND, WBTV, 1 Julian Price Pl., Charlotte, NC 28208 or e-mail dmilligan@wbtv.com.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WSOC/WAXN-TV, Charlotte, NC: Anchor with 5-10 years of experience for its 5:30 and 10 p.m. newscasts who can handle major news/breaking news/all aspects of a newscast with experience and professionalism; must enterprise a story for the evening news, is a proven journalist who has stamina/leadership/smarts and is involved with social media.  Producer who can emerge as a newsroom leader, can make decisions, can execute a coverage plan for use over-the-air and on digital platforms, understands and implements station research supporting the brand, is a superior writer, has strong control room skills, can back-time, has solid news judgment and has plenty of story ideas.  Reporter who can enterprise stories, can develop contacts, make creative use of live technology and implement the station’s research-based goals.  Apply online at http://jobs.coxmediagroup.com.  (2/13)

— Openings at WCNC-TV, Charlotte, NC: Sports anchor who loves all kinds of sports, can focus on HS coverage and finding fascinating people stories generated from all sports; must shoot and edit raw footage, coordinate satellite and microwave feeds from the field, use social media, organize log books and file tape; apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/tegna/en-us/job/United-States/Sports-Anchor-WCNC-TV/J3H45263XSHRRFBB41Q/.   Weekend morning anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #72467) who is motivated and aggressive about enterprising stories, goes the extra mile to tell stories, contributes to multiple platforms on a daily basis, writes for all platforms, posts to social media, carries on a dialogue with the audience, can collaborate with videographers to produce the most creative and compelling stories, is proficient with live reporting, is on top of breaking news, is a good writer and has solid news judgment; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItNmo1dGJHRTJyYys3TWV2YldQMTZGZz09&career_job_req_id=72467&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=yN5h5A9TPFwP5J1CF%2bZPdScqhok%3d.   Weekend nights meteorologist (Job #72466) with at least three years on-air forecasting experience who can produce and deliver weathercasts that are compelling and authoritative, works well under intense deadlines, is a team player, ad-libs well, can work a variety of shifts, can field report weather-related stories and can gather/interpret/deliver weather information using state-of-the-art weather technology across various platforms; meteorology degree with CBM/WMS/NWA credentials a must, while background with Weather Central products is preferred; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItNmo1dGJHRTJyYys3TWV2YldQMTZGZz09&career_job_req_id=72466&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=yN5h5A9TPFwP5J1CF%2bZPdScqhok%3d.   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #72468) who is creative, excels at covering breaking news, can develop enterprise stories, is a strong storyteller, can shoot and edit quickly, can post stories to all platforms, develops sources, can work as a videographers for other reporters and can represent the station at events; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItNmo1dGJHRTJyYys3TWV2YldQMTZGZz09&career_job_req_id=72468&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=yN5h5A9TPFwP5J1CF%2bZPdScqhok%3dProducer (Job #61701) with at least two years experience who is enthusiastic about news, is a strong writer, can provide editorial guidance to reporters, is pro-active and well-organized, uses creative avenues to tell stories, has solid news judgment, makes decisions ethically, functions well under deadline pressure, is willing to work any shift and has experience in multi-platform environments; ENPS and Axis background helpful; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItNmo1dGJHRTJyYys3TWV2YldQMTZGZz09&career_job_req_id=56987&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=H6X%2fyBELRr6MweR7uxjuB5CwE%2bE%3d.   (2/13)

— Openings at ABC-owned WTVD, Durham, NC: Reporter (Job #293329BR) with at least three  years experience who goes live smoothly, enterprises and can hit the ground running; DVD/online links and resume to Michelle Germano, ND, then apply online at https://disneycareers.comExecutive producer (Job #302297BR) who can showcase the station’s Breaking News brand, innovate content and production, can lead a team of creative minds for new approaches each morning, can help with the integration of digital content, champions a fast-paced and urgent local newscast and can produce newscasts and special projects as needed; apply online at http://www.disneycareers.com.  Weekend evening anchor/reporter (Job #290099BR) with at least three years experience who during the week will place an emphasis on live storytelling and enterprise reporting; online links/DVD and resume to Andrea Epps, executive asst., WTVD, 411 Liberty St., Durham, NC 27701 or apply online at https://xjobs.brassring.com/tgwebhost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25348&siteid=5039&jobid=291858  (2/12)

— Openings at WNCN-TV, Raleigh, NC:  Dynamic and engaging embed reporter (Job #NCN-000396) with four years experience who can handle breaking news, can produce enterprise content on multiple platforms that support station branding, fits in with a smart and engaging team, has polished live-shot abilities, knows the market, has lots of personalityDVD and resume to the WNCN-TV HR Dept., 1205 Front St., Raleigh, NC 27609, e-mail hr@wncn.com or apply online at www.mediageneral.com.  (1/21)

— Openings at WRAL-TV, Raleigh, NC: Anchor/reporter (Job #1250) who is a seasoned journalist, can anchor live each morning and report, can ad-lib well, is up to date on current events at all levels, is clear and imaginative, can generate original local stories, embraces and effectively uses social media, is smooth and confident, is a self-starter, cultivates sources, finds news information regularly and can describe breaking news as it takes place.  Apply online at http://www.capitolbroadcasting.com/careers/.  (1/16)

— Openings at WXII-TV, Greensboro/Winston-Salem, NC:  Executive producer (Job #787) with five years producing experience who can oversee fast-paced newscasts, can work with and guide producers in story production, can communicate/coordinate/execute creative vision with a team of anchors/reporters/meteorologists/videographers/editors/production staff, can produce and publish content to digital platforms, has a creative presentation style, can showcase all resources and elements, has good writing/spelling/grammar/copy-editing skills and has unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/548732/Executive-Producer/Producer (Job #886) who can participate in editorial meetings, can contribute fresh ideas for newscasts, is well versed  in current events at all levels, can be the primary writer for newscasts, communicates well with others, works well under extreme deadline pressure, responds well to late changes, contribute both written and video content to our digital products and is available for unscheduled assignments on mornings/nights/weekends/holidays; experience preferred.  Reporter (Job #887) who can report over-the-air and online, can participate in editorial meetings, can contribute fresh ideas for newscasts/sweeps/special projects, knows current events at all levels, can contribute both written and video content to digital products, can be available for unscheduled assignments on mornings/nights/weekends/holidays and knows social media rends; non-linear experience on Premiere is a plus.  Videographer/editor (Job #1003) with at least one year experience who has a creative eye, has a passion for news, can shoot on Sony XD cameras and edit on Premier Pro and knows ENG/SNG technology.  Video editor (Job #1004) with a creative eye.  DVD and resume to Elizabeth Gamble, the WXII-TV HR Dept., 700 Coliseum Dr., Winton-Salem, NC 27106 or e-mail egamble@hearst.com.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WNCT-TV, Greenville, NC: Dynamic weekday morning anchor/reporter (Job #NCT-000308) who is experience, is a strong writer, has good news judgment, is creative, thinks enterprise stories, delivers news and other content to all platforms, has an energetic personality, has strong people skills, is a good writer and can participate regularly in community projects outside of normal work hours.  Weekday evening anchor (Job #NCT-000288) with the same abilities.  Producer (Job #NCT-000311) with at least one year experience who is aggressive and creative, has good writing skills,  has a creative vision for producing shows, can handle breaking news and extreme pressure situations, can make last-minute changes, can guide and direct crews in the field and can edit on non-linear equipment.  Work samples and resume to the WNCT-TV HR Dept., 3221 S. Evans St., Greenville, NC 27834-8568, fax (252) 355-8568, e-mail ijohansen@wnct.com or apply online at www.mediageneral.com/careers.   (1/21)

— Openings at WECT-TV, Wilmington, NC: Anchor/reporter (Job #2015-4231) with at least three years anchoring experience who is dynamic/thoughtful/well-organized, can lead the morning team, wants to serve the community through the production of quality journalism, has a nose for news and is excited to share that information with the community each morning; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4231/anchor-reporter/jobNews content specialist (Job #2015-4339) who can edit video, can post to the Web site and can run Chyron/audio/TelePrompTer/studio camera.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WIS-TV, Columbia, SC: Chief meteorologist (Job #2015-4293) who is experienced and dynamic, has an AMS seal, can lead the station’s First Alert weather team, is a solid forecaster, is a concise communicator, can tell a compelling weather story, is a social media expert, thrives during severe storm coverage and has a meteorology or related degree; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4293/chief-meteorologist/jobAssignment editor/digital content producer (Job #2015-4017 and 2015-4138) who is aggressive and well-organized, has good news judgment, knows how to work the phones, can monitor scanners effectively, can dispatch crews while updating digital and social platforms, is a strong communicator, knows AP and broadcast style, has graphics skills, can handle the many variables in daily news workflow, meets deadlines, can multi-task, responds quickly and efficiently and knows current events on all levels; experience with Photoshop/html/digital news editing helpful but not a must; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4017/digital-content-producer-assignment-editor/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4138/digital-content-producer/jobPart-time producer (Job #2015-4092) who has solid news judgment, works well under deadlines, can react quickly and effectively to breaking news, pays attention to detail, is creative, can post to the Web, can work with social media, can gather user-generated content, can coordinate so try content/production through discussions with staff and knows current events on all levels; experience preferred; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4092/news-producer/job.  Full-time and part-time news content specialist (Job #2015-4345 2015-4360) who can write for broadcast and digital platforms, can edit video and can learn or already knows traditional production assist jobs; apply online at  https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4345/news-content-specialist/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4360/news-content-specialist/job.    No calls.  (1/16)

** Openings at WOLO/WCCB-TV, Columbia, SC: Video editor/floor director.  Online link and resume to Rick Wandover, chief photographer, WOLO/WCCB-TV, 5807 Shakespeare Rd., Columbia, SC 29223 or e-mail rwandover@abccolumbia.com.  (2/12)

— Openings at WLTX-TV, Columbia, SC:  Producer (Job #62681) who is experienced and energetic, likes a challenge, is creative, is a strong news and tease writer, can interact daily with viewers, is proactive, is well-organized, has solid news judgment, is a strong communicator, is creative, makes ethical decisions, meets all deadlines, handles breaking news well and can work any shift; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWUxYTUxVT21xNUJnbndGcGphU1VMdz09.&career_job_req_id=62681&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=XsV9kfhgV9AFrPXrFQiqMroDmkk%3d.   Morning anchor/reporter (multimedia journalist – Job #60784) with at least two years experience who thrives on digging for the complete story, can use journalistic integrity to help craft weekend content for use over the air and online, has a good news sense, has solid anchoring skills and is a good newswriter; must be able to shoot and edit using the latest lightweight technology and want to showcase storytelling ability daily; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWUxYTUxVT21xNUJnbndGcGphU1VMdz09.&career_job_req_id=60784&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=DKTUE628%2b3E8KnRK4K%2b%2fjvP%2bbQM%3d.   Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #71104) who is highly motivated, has strong news judgment, is a good writer, has drive and determination, gets the story, can use the latest technology, has extraordinary storytelling ability, can regularly contribute story ideas, can coordinate income satellite and microwave feeds, can use social media tools  to communicate new stories and create market buzz, can update and organize log books and file tape, can add value online and is a solid live presenter; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWUxYTUxVT21xNUJnbndGcGphU1VMdz09.&career_job_req_id=71104&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=l1%2fy8NiUim%2b7LAB7acjT1yDGfUc%3d.   Sports reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #71103) who loves all kinds of sports, can do player/coach profiles, can cover every level from high schools to the pros, is a god communicator, has drive and determination, gets the story, can use the latest technology, has extraordinary storytelling ability, can regularly contribute story ideas, can coordinate income satellite and microwave feeds, can use social media tools  to communicate new stories and create market buzz, can update and organize log books and file tape, can add value online and is a solid live presenter; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWUxYTUxVT21xNUJnbndGcGphU1VMdz09.&career_job_req_id=71103&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=l1%2fy8NiUim%2b7LAB7acjT1yDGfUc%3d.    (1/16)

— Openings at WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC:  Assistant news director (Job #2015-4351) with 3-5 years management experience who is an experienced and dynamic leader, can bring an established record of recruiting/developing/retaining a diverse newsroom, has an unrelenting drive to win breaking news, can aggressively use research and strategic actions to drive content and coverage that is the most important to the audience, is a hands-on team leader, can institute and manage cultural growth across departments, is constantly recruiting/coaching/leading and is well-organized; background with ENPS and server-based workflow is a must; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4351/assistant-news-director/job.   Meteorologist/reporter-videographer (Job #2015-4116) who is an experienced on-air forecaster, is dynamic, is a solid forecaster, is a concise communicator, can tell a compelling weather story, is a social media expert, can tell a compelling weather story and thrives during severe weather coverage; AMS seal preferred; apply online to https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4116/meteorologist-reporter/job.   Producer (Job #2015-4059) who knows how to take charge of a plan, can incorporate strategic planning into the daily newscast, can motivate others to execute the vision, can write for the Web, can produce continuous coverage online and through social media, can multi-task well, has solid people management skills, is creative, can enterprise beyond the news of the day and can work a schedule that includes nights/weekends/overnights; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4059/news-producer/jobReporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2015-4283) who is motivated, can gather video and sound for all platforms, knows non-linear editing, knows lighting and audio, is a creative team player, can bring award-winning ideas to the table and has a schedule flexible enough to work any hours; newsroom experience preferred, as is live truck capability and Edius/Bitcentral.  Online link/DVD and resume to Kelly Ennis, HR dir., WCSC-TV, 2126 Charlie Hall Blvd., Charleston, SC 29414 or e-mail  kennis@live5news.com.  No calls.   (1/16)

— Openings at WCBD-TV, Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, SC:  Anchor/reporter-videographer (Job #CBD-000434) who can anchor weekend evening newscasts, can cover GA news, can develop enterprise stories, is a strong writer, is a compelling live reporter, has good social media skills, can work along and unsupervised, has good time management and organizational skills, is a strong writer and storyteller, communicates well with the audience, has lots of energy, converses well on camera, presents well and can work flexible hours.  Video editor (Job #CBD-000431) who can efficiently/accurately/creatively edit digital video for multiple newscasts, can learn and manage digital video systems, can manage video archives, has solid news judgment, has a calm demeanor under pressure, can help coordinate microwave and satellite feeds to and from the station and can accurately edit under deadline pressure; videography background a plus.  DVD, resume and references to the WCBD-TV ND, 210 W. Coleman Blvd., Charleston, SC 29464, e-mail hr@wcbd.com or apply online at http://www.mediageneral.com.  No calls.   (1/21)

— Openings at WYFF-TV, Greenville-Spartanburg, SC:  Reporter/videographer (Job #762) with two years experience and ENPS background who can post to the Web and social media as well as air, can shoot with other reporters, can perform smooth live shots, can fill-in as an anchor, can cover a variety of assignments, is versatile, has a dedication to engaging the audience, can edit what you shoot using Premier, knows BitCentral, is detail-oriented and works well in stressful situations; apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/541943/Photographer-Reporter/.  Videographer/editor (Job #1000) with at least 1-2 years experience who can cover a variety of events, can work a schedule that includes nights and weekends, has a passion for telling great stories with video and sound and knows live truck operation.   Traffic anchor/GA reporter (Job #1045) who can use traffic software to set up graphics (training can be provided), can turn GA stories after the morning show, is a good storyteller, has a good on-air presence, is a good communicator, interacts well with viewers in person and on social media, does smooth live shots, can enterprise stories and si ready to go each morning.   DVD of your best work and resume to Bruce Barkley, ND, WYFF-TV, 505 Rutherford St., Greenville, SC 29609 or e-mail bbarkley@hearst.com.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, SC: Producer (Job #CBD-0000428) with 2-3 years experience who seeks a leadership opportunity, can foster teamwork, can lead reporters, can coordinate and organize all elements in assigned newscasts, can produce advocacy-based content with strategic goals in mind, can write and post stories to the ‘Web, can supervise reporter content, has good writing skills and news judgment and has the flexibility to work varied days/hours/shifts.  Videographer/editor (Job #SPA-000454) who is experienced, is aggressive, works well in a fast-paced  environment, can cover breaking news, can operate live trucks and bonded cellular backpacks and works well independently or with a team.  Resume to the WSPA-TV HR Dept.. 250 International Dr., Spartanburg, SC 29303, fax 804-887-7117, e-mail hr@wspa.com or apply online at http://www.mediageneral.com.  (1/21)

— Openings at WBTW-TV, Florence, SC: Producer (Job #BTW-000433) with 1-2 years of experience who is a go-getter, is committed to producing an up-to-the-minute newscast, thrives on breaking news, can communicate clearly to the team, can manage on-air changes, is a strong news writer, has solid news judgment and can showcase compelling and helpful graphics while overseeing online delivery.  Weekend sports anchor/desk assistant (Job #BTW-000408) who has the ability to coach and mentor other staff, can plan logistics for major projects, can plan and coordinate schedules, can manage budgets, can help develop and implement policy, can monitor quality of video on-air and coach videographers and  can oversee maintenance.  Apply online at www.mediageneral.com.  (2/26)

— Openings at Telemundo-owned KVEA-TV, Los Angeles, CA: Executive producer (Job #198555BR) with at least five years news management experience who can oversee the overall editorial content for broadcast and digital platforms, can lead a team of producers and associate producers in selecting he most compelling and relevant stories, coordinate with production/engineering/IT to assure smooth and seamless show production, communicate with management and assignment desk personnel to shape newscasts, schedule producers and associate producers, recruit personnel and assure budgets are adhered to.  For details, and to apply online, with resume/CV, go to www.nbcunicareers.com.  (1/16)

RADIO NETWORK/SYNDICATION:

** Openings at Wisconsin Public Radio (Madison, WI):  Assistant news director who will help to lead an award-winning statewide news team that covers traditional beats such as the economy/environment/government and also brings important issues and interesting regional stories to a statewide  audience; must have good news judgment, be well-organized, able to help others do their best work, has strong reporting/editing/Web-writing skills and can work from WPR’s Milwaukee office; apply online at www.wpr.or/assistant-news-directorReporter who wants to dive head-first into a busy state capitol beat and bring compelling stories to a statewide audience. Musty have a strong interest on public affairs and an eye for news, be able to write short-form and feature-length public radio stories on deadline, have strong on-air skills, have superior communication and research skills and more; apply online at www.wpr.org/State-capitol-reporterHost/reporter who will do local ATC cut-ins on a statewide network, prepare and produce live local newscasts/weather breaks/continuity, can work with a statewide award-winning team, has good voice quality and pronunciation, knows NPR news programming, is a strong writer and editor, has solid ethics and can produce feature pieces and interviews daily; experience hosting a news magazine is a plus; apply online at http://www.wpr.org/all-things-considered-host-reporter .  EOE  (2/12)

— Openings at the Ohio River Network (Louisville, KY): Managing editor with at least eight years experience for the regional journalism collaboration funded by seven partner stations in KY/WV/OH and by CPB. Must plan coverage, edit stories and projects, take responsibility for production of all content (radio/Web/multimedia/video) of daily and long-term projects, can seek and develop content partnerships with other media outlets to assure the broadest reach, can work with NPR/PBS/IRE/other national networks, can plan and execute event opportunities for the network tied to ORN content and projects and can help create a social media strategy. Data journalist who can mine documents/scrape data/create maps/prepare graphics/study databases, has advanced CAR skills, can find story ideas hidden in dense documents, can work with reporters and editors on data-heavy reporting projects, can synthesize large amounts of data expeditiously and can use the web to broaden the network’s reach.  DVD/mp3/online link, resume and references to the WFPL-FM/Louisville Public Media HR Dept., 619 S. Fourth St., Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail resume@louisvillepublicmedia.org.  (1/21)

— Nebraska Educational Telecommunications (Lincoln, NE) seeks a reporter (multimedia journalist) who has strong credentials, can create multimedia content for NET News Radio/TV/Digital, can use journalistic skills to produce both short- and long-form news content, is comfortable with social media platforms, can develop enterprise story ideas as part of the reporting team and can advance its diversity nature; apply online at http://employment.unl.edu/postings/47274(1/21)

 
RADIO:

— Openings at WBBM (AM)/WCFS-FM, Chicago:  Experienced part-time anchor/reporter who is a strong writer, can think on your feet, can ask probing questions can deal with high-pressure situations with ease and grace, has good voice quality, has curiosity and a natural rapport with people from all income and educational levels, can develop story ideas for coverage, can take directions from the desk, can gather information quickly, can conduct interviews and prepare stories for air and is a team player; must be a strong writer, work well under pressure, remain calm in breaking news situations, be a strong critical thinker, have the ability to ask tough and insightful questions and be able to run audio control boards; thorough knowledge of current issues at all level a must.  Assistant producer who can take and edit video feeds from multiple sources, place phone calls to check on news stories, use the Internet or other sources to follow up, recognizes the urgency of phone calls, screens PR calls, takes  messages for reporters, refers complaints to management, takes in detailed news tips and forwards them  immediately to the producer’s desk, makes call backs and knows digital audio editing; the station will consider those with college radio and internship experience for this job only.  Apply to Julie Mann, ME, online at www.cbsradio.com.  EOE   (1/21)

— WTAX (AM), Springfield, IL seeks a part-time reporter who can cover local news in Springfield, post to company Web sites and social media and can fill in as an anchor; hours will be primarily in the evening but may be called upon to fill in on weekdays and mornings; experience  with Burli and OMT preferred but not a must. Send mp3and resume to Will Stevenson, ND/Brand Manager, at wstevenson@capitolradiogroup.com.  EOE   (1/21)

— WJBD-AM/FM, Salem, IL seeks full-time and part-time news and sports reporter/anchor (multimedia journalist) who can deliver compelling news and  sportscasts on the air and can gather news and sports information in the field as well as in the studio; the ability to add sound/photos/video to stories is a plus, as is the desire to do play-by-play or color commentary.  The stations say it is a good position for a recent grad or someone looking to move into a fulltime position.  Send audio and written work samples, with resume, to Bruce Kropp, GM, WJBD-AM/FM, 310 W. McMackin Av., Salem ,IL or e-mail brucekropp@wjbdradio.com.   EOE   (1/21)

— Openings at WVIK-FM, Rock Island, IL:  Morning Edition cut-in host and digital curator who can prepare news/weather/community calendar/traffic materials for each break and promote programming later in the show/day/week, assist in the coverage of news breaking during the Morning Edition broadcast, record interviews on-air and in person along with production of original content and repackaging of other station content; will also act as digital curator, optimizing the radio journalists’ stories for online presentation.  Its 2016 Amy Helpenstell Foundation reporter trainee who will spend eight months at the station developing skills, working with staff on writing/reporting/announcing local news that ranges from political candidates and school boards to economic development and art gallery openings, with on-air responsibilities that are primarily in the afternoon and evening; must have basic radio broadcasting and reporting background, while familiarity with public radio is a plus.  Pay $10/hour for a 40-hour week.  To begin the application process e-mail a demo recording/aircheck, writing samples, resume and references to Herb Trix, ND, at herbtrix@wvik.org and be prepared for an in-person interview in Rock Island.   EOE   (1/31)–

— Openings at WTMJ (AM), Milwaukee, WI: News and traffic anchor/reporter (Job #9098 and 9081) with 2-4 years experience who can report on traffic conditions on-air twice an hour middays, update digital platforms, create relationships with local law enforcement, has good news judgment, presents well on-air, has high work ethics and standards, can meet deadlines, is detail-oriented, is familiar with SE Wisconsin roads and can fill in as needed for the morning and afternoon drive reporters; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External.  EOE   (1/16)

— WBAA-AM/FM, W. Lafayette, IN seeks a business/economic reporter who can report on the impact of business and the economy on local communities across Indiana, can research complicated topics, can interview expert subjects, can use technical skills to light/shoot/edit, can write balanced pieces for broadcast and Web, can serve as part of a team of journalists across the state that is authoritative and produces original content; position is funded only through February 2018.  Apply online at http://bit.ly/1m1ls61.  EOE  (1/21)

— WBOI-FM, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks a reporter who can cover the environment and energy as it affects local communities across Indiana, researching complicated topics, interviewing expert subjects, using technical skills, writing balanced reports for broadcast and Web, contributing to IPBS station Web sites, maintaining and building an online following around coverage of how environmental and energy policies and practices by local/state/national officials affect Indiana citizens and interpreting complex and detailed information in ways that will make the material accessible and understandable, including the creation of graphics and interpretive charts. Two-year CPB grant.  Apply to Peter Dominowski, GM, at gmpd@nipr.fm.  (1/21)

— Openings at WFIU-FM/WTIU-TV, Bloomington, IN: Videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #10463 – see listing under “television” for WTIU-TV).   Producer (Job #8349 – see listing under “television” for WTIU-TV).  Journalist/blogger (Job #5101 – see WFIU listing under “online”; submit cover letter indicating how your experience fits the job description, a resume, contact information for three references and be prepared to supply a CD or mp3 files of work examples; apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu.   (2/13)

— WNIN-FM/TV, Evansville, IN seeks a host/journalist (Job #0815) who is experienced, can work with the stations’ Creative Core team to report/produce/distribute content on all platforms, can host live and remote broadcasts, knows non-linear editing and can also host documentaries; NPR live-assist hosting experience is a plus, along with bilingual (Spanish-English) skills.  Demo and resume to the WNIN/Tri-State Public Media HR Dept., 405 Carpenter St., Evansville, IN 47708-1027 or e-mail cbeckman@wnin.org.  EOE   (1/21)

— Openings at KMBZ-AM/FM, Kansas City, MO: Reporter/anchors with at least three years experience who have excellent news chops and writing skills, understand what makes great news and information content on the radio, are forward-thinking about digital media and social networking, have an eye on what’s next when it comes to developing the medium; experience is preferred, along with knowledge of the Kansas City market. Morning news producer who will be responsible for audio content, can produce morning newscasts, can write for broadcast, understands radio news, has experience in radio news as a reporter/anchor/assignment editor and can work well as part of a close-knit team.  Part-time reporter/anchors with at least two years experience and the same abilities. E-mail mp3 and resume to kmbzjobs@gmail.com or apply online at http://tbe.taleo.net/NA11/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=ENTERCOM&cws=1.  No calls.  (2/13)

** KFEQ/Eagle Communications (St. Joseph, MO) seeks a reporter who is self-motivated, is responsible, is dependable, likes to work hard, relishes taking on challenges, is a solid writer, has a good on-air delivery and cn cover everything from local government/community features/crime/courts to breaking news and severe weather.  Apply online at www.eaglecom.net/careers, then send the filled-out application, cover letter, resume and aircheck to the KFEQ/Eagle Communications HR Dept., Box 817, Hays, KS 67601 or e-mail eaglehr@eaglecom.net.  (2/3)

— Openings at WFPL-FM/Louisville Public Media:  Managing editor (see Ohio River Network under radio networks).  Experienced and hard-hitting investigative reporter who is hungry for great stories, is passionate about accountability journalism, has good news judgment, is curious, has a sharp eye for broader issues and themes that need further drilling down, is eager to produce stories on different platforms, thinks creatively about storytelling, appreciates data, is comfortable with documents, considers public records your co-pilot, tackles a story, is a strong writer and can produce unique and compelling stories on issues that other media outlets are not covering.  DVD/mp3/online link, resume and references to the WFPL-FM/Louisville Public Media HR Dept., 619 S. Fourth St., Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail resume@louisvillepublicmedia.org.  (1/21)

— WPLN/Nashville (TN) Public Radio seeks morning and afternoon news hosts who have strong voices, have friendly deliveries, are reporters at their core, see meaning in stories, looks for relationships between what happens in Nashville and the rest of the globe, wants to tell Nashville’s stories to the world, pitches stories to national shows and can define the station’s sounds.  Online links to hosting and reporting, a resume and contact information for at least four references to jobsearch@wpln.org.  (1/21)

— KNSS, Wichita, KS seeks part-time anchor/reporters.  CD/online link and resume to Tony Duesing, KNSS, 9111 E. Douglas, Suite 130, Wichita, KS 67207 or e-mail tduesing@entercom.com.  (2/13)
ONLINE:

— Openings at Rivet News Radio/Chicago: Managing editor who is a team player, can take responsibility for fair and factually accurate reporting at all times, wants to innovate the way people create and consume radio news, can help acquire the audio content that will wow the listener, can generate daily assignments, can approve or delegate approval of news stories, can coordinate responsibilities and weekly schedules for reporters and producers, can proof stories for key attributes, can assure updated cove rage with the correct flow of content and voices, can monitor the quality of and approving finished reports, can monitor TV/radio/Web competitors for stories, can assure staff are trained on well-documented processes, knows AP and broadcast news style, can edit audio digitally (NewsBoss preferred) and can export stories to the Rivet QA tool and perform the QA on audio and data content; apply by providing a LinkedIn profile and a link to audio of you delivering radio news to the address below.  Reporter with at least two years experience who pays outstanding attention to detail, has a passion for telling stories, is an impeccable writer, has polished delivery skills, is fluent with social media and can research/write/adapt/voice stories in categories that include sorts/entertainment/business/health/science/olitics/technology/lifestyle.  Producer who is a team player, can work a variety of hours that will include nights and weekends, can take responsibility for assuring all reporting is fair and accurate and can help acquire audio content that will wow listeners; resume and a short letter outlining what you can do to jobs@hearhereradio.comCheck out the Rivet app at tinyurl.com/GetRiveted, then apply online, with a LinkedIn profile URL and a link to audio of you delivering the news; use SoundCloud or a file sharing service such as Dropbox or Google Drive; no attachments) at http://rivetnewsradio.com/jobs/   EOE   (1/16)

— WGN-TV, Chicago seeks a per-diem Web  producer who has strong news judgment, knows social media, thrives on working in a 24-hour news cycle, can write up and post local stories/videos/Web exclusive content, can populate the station’s social media channels, can assure factual/grammatical/legal accuracy online, is a self-starter, communicates well, is organized and focused on assuring the Web site is topical and beneficial to users, an balance the demands on daily and long-term projects and meets all deadlines.  Apply online at http://wgntv.com/2015/11/17/web-producer-per-diem/.  EOE   (1/21)

** The Peoria (IL) Journal Star seeks a mobile specialist focused on championing a rapidly-growing platform, can lead the staff kicking and  screaming of thinking of mobile before all else, can train editors and reporters in mobile  workflow and writing in lawyers, can monitor mobile analytics, can discern audience patterns, can write alerts and notifications, can assist with social media posting, will be part of the project planning team, has lots of patience, has exceptional organizational skills,c an turn work quickly, is willing to learn new skills and has working knowledge of Adobe Suiteand Newspaper CMS.  Links to recent work and resume to Adam Gerik, AME/digital, 1 News Plaza, Peoria, IL 61643 or e-mail (preferred) agerik@pjstar.com.  EOE   (2/15)

** The Belleville (IL) News-Democrat seeks an entry-level  breaking news reporter who is digitally savvy, is enterprising, is committed to digital storytelling in all forms, can shoot photos and video, can push content to readers, knows the importance of getting out of the newsroom and reporting from the field, can work well under constant deadlines and can focus on crime/public safety/GA work, can also produce deeply-reported enterprise stories and can work flexible shifts that will be primarily afternoons and evenings.  Work samples and resume to Jeffrey Couch, VP/editor, at jcouch@bnd.com.    EOE   (2/12)

— WFYI-FM/TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a digital news editor who will build out and maintain a statewide news platform, will work with network reporters and station-based reporters to curate and distribute news content, manage the flow of news content/social media/community engagement, provide training and technical support and work with the ME and reporters on the design and development of special multimedia projects.  Letter that includes salary requirements and resume to the WFYI HR Dept. 1630 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202.  (2/12)

— Openings at WTIU-TV/WFIU-FM, Bloomington, IN:  Online content coordinator(Job #9133)  with at least two years experience who can maintain and update the WFIU and WTIU Web sites/links/content, will consult with department personnel to design  develop and implement Web sites for the stations, conduct electronic marketing of services and information and oversee and coordinate the use of and response to user communications; must be able to recommend changes to systems and develop systems and procedures to track/analyze/report on Web site activity.  Journalist/blogger (Job #5521) who will lead a new Web site focused on state government and its impact on local communities across Indiana, and build an online following around coverage of how decisions by state government affect citizens around the issue of education; must produce in-depth reports for broadcast and serve as the area’s most authoritative voice on state government, with a strong local profile and a national reach through NPR and the wider public broadcasting system, working under the direct supervision of the WFIU/WTIU News Bureau chief.  Apply online at the Indiana University HR Services Web site, https://jobs.iu.edu, including a detailed resume, contact information for four professional references and a cover letter explaining how your experience relates to the position.  EOE  (2/12)

— WFIE-TV, Evansville, IN seeks a digital content producer (Job #2015-4377) who can write for the Web, can produce content for use on line/social media/mobile app, is strong at multi-tasking, is attentive to detail, is creative, is a great writer, has solid people and management skills, is  creative, is a great writer and can get breaking news and severe weather onto the air quickly.  Apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4377/digital-content-producer/job.  EOE   (1/16)

** The Des Moines (IA) Register seeks a producer (Job #78187) who can manage delivery of content, working with strategists/analysts/planning enters/content coaches on all platforms, use high levels of judgment and creativity, manage thee home page and story pages, manage high-traffic landing pages, direct the flow of content, send breaking news e-mail and push alerts, copy edit content, write digital headlines and summaries, display strong copy editing and organizational skills, work quickly and independently, meet deadlines and have a strong understanding of SEO techniques.  Apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=78187&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=bSI1txCuMvJWqcer65DRiAp%2fB3A%3d.  (2/12)

— The Sioux City (IA) Journal seeks an online editor, can create/drive/promote online content for a paper that is a consistent online leader, can post early morning content to the Web site, is primary point person for reporters calling in news in the first half of the day, can rewrite items quickly, can monitor the wire report early in the day, can post items of local interest that will drive traffic online, is comfortable working across platforms and collaborates well.  Apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FoD0L1fw9.  (1/15)

— KSHB-TV, Kansas City, MO seeks a top-notch, hands-on producer for Web and new media, is a newsroom leader, seeks a challenging opportunity, can plan/structure/report/write news and information content for all platforms, will optimize the user experience by being attentive to live Web metrics and UE best practices, enhance news content with outside links/maps/slideshows, facilitate migration of multi-media content to new media platform, assist in online coverage of  breaking news/severe weather/major news events and build out special sections and site features.  Apply online at www.scripps.com/careers.  (1/16)

— WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO seeks a Web content producer (Job #2015-43275) who has a passion for breaking news, is a factual and thorough storyteller, knows social media, adapts well to new technology and new tools for digital and mobile storytelling, can write news and professional and engaging posts, can interact with viewers, can follow trending stories, can work with staff, can handle intense multitasking and knows AP style/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Photoshop/FinalCut Pro/html. Apply online at www.tribunemediacareers.com.  (1/16),

** KMBZ, Kansas City, MO seeks a part-time (25 hours/week) digital editor who is highly proficient in all social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, can  post content to station Web sites, can collect news copy and audio content and has good news judgment; must  be able to work a 3-8 a.m. shift weekdays.  Apply online at http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ENTERCOM&cws=1&rid=1417.  (2/13)

— WWTV/WWUP-TV, Cadillac, MI seeks a Web producer who has a background in both TV news and the Web, can process material for Web and social media, is a good writer, has the instincts to take digital platforms to the next level and can edit content for all platforms.  Tape/DVD and resume to Kevin Dunaway, ND, WWTV/WWUP-TV, Box 627, Cadillac, MI 49601 or e-mail kevindunaway@9and10news.com.  (1/27)

— Openings at the Northeast Ohio Media Group (Cleveland, OH):  Sports reporter with at least five years experience whose beat will be the N BA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, can write well, can create videos, can post across multiple platforms that include all relevant types of social media, can participate in broadcasts in which you discuss the team/players/program/season, can work with a provided MacBook and iPhone, can cover the team as it launches a new era with a new coach and players, can provide more analysis and even more reporting and always keeps a digital focus; apply online at http://neohiomediagroup.jobinfo.com/public/description.php?jid=9910354&adid=146831.   Reporter with at least one year experience who can aggressively cover local community news, can ask the hard-hitting questions, can engage in conversations that bring the audience along with you, can find ne ways to tell stories with video/pictures/copy, can help build a strong infrastructure to leverage digital technology and add a talented core of reporters to support the appetite for immediate news and information, can make the most use out of a MacBook and an iPhone, is empowered to identify which topics are important to the community and can interact directly with readers; must have experience building/maintaining/engaging an active audience, work independently under deadline pressure, prioritize tasks appropriately, understands story structure and news writing, knows SEO practices, has comfort working in breaking news situations and understands the standards and philosophy of real-time news.  Apply online at
http://neohiomediagroup.jobinfo.com/description.php?jid=9909733&adid=129104.  (1/16)

— WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks a digital director (Job #10799) who can oversee the station’s digital business and operations; must have a history of leadership in digital media, have a background I journalism, know digital sales and ad operations, be able to work collaboratively with editorial/sales/marketing leaders, know social media and SEO concepts, have arch understanding of all thins digital ad serve on the local leadership team; apply online at https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External.  (2/4)

— The Mansfield (OH) News Journal seeks a producer (Job #77141) who can work on digital and print production at night, will be in regular contact with design and the press room, can contribute so social media, has the digital know-how to become a more rounded journalist and makes a tangible difference, manages the home page/story pages/high-traffic landing pages, directs flow  of content, sets up hyperlinks, provides images/info boxes/additional digital content, writes digital headlines and keyword elements, optimizes, aggregates, packages assets for print and digital production, assembles/formats/prioritizes/edits content before it is handed off to the design studio, checks for clarity/fairness/legality/spelling/grammar/punctuation/styled and works with staff to evaluate what is working and what is not; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77141&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.  (2/12)

— The Newark (OH) Advocate seeks a producer (Job #77226) who can work on digital and print production at night, will be in regular contact with design and the press room, can contribute so social media, has the digital know-how to become a more rounded journalist and makes a tangible difference, manages the home page/story pages/high-traffic landing pages, directs flow  of content, sets up hyperlinks, provides images/info boxes/additional digital content, writes digital headlines and keyword elements, optimizes, aggregates, packages assets for print and digital production, assembles/formats/prioritizes/edits content before it is handed off to the design studio, checks for clarity/fairness/legality/spelling/grammar/punctuation/styled and works with staff to evaluate what is working and what is not; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWlY2RW0xaGFrU2x2TGJBbzJlb0dmQT09&career_job_req_id=77226&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=2gtRTn7IlrVYgHl9qf1T7UEApwA%3d.  (2/12)

— Openings at WTOL-TV, Toledo, OH:  Digital content producer (Job #2014-3725 and 2015-3714) who can create content for Web/mobile/social media platforms, can execute the station’s digital action plan, is proactive, is high-energy, is creative, has a journalistic background, is detail-oriented but can see the big picture, is a strong writer and copy editor, can manage time well, can prioritize and re-prioritize quickly, has basic working knowledge of Web design and maintenance, knows Microsoft Office and can learn or knows the World Now content management system; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3725/digital-content-producer/job or https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/3714/digital-content-producer/job.  (1/16)

— Openings at WATE-TV, Knoxville, TN: Online content producer (Job #ATE-000072 and ATE-000073) who can write and edit stories, can format photos for online slideshows, can post video to digital platforms, can update social media, has a strong grasp of ethics, can respond quickly to breaking news and can remain cool under deadline pressure.  Resume to Annie Sadler, 1306 N. Broadway, Knoxville, TN  37917.  (1/27)

— WOWT-TV, Omaha, NE seeks a digital content producer (Job #318431321) who is aggressive, is committed to winning, understands and can execute winning Web site/social strategies, is constantly evolving and searching for new digital ways to reach a news audience, deals well with high stress situations, can adapt to changes that can happen at any time based on breaking news, is a strong writer on all platforms, can create unique and arresting content that makes the station stand out on social media, can grow the station’s audience, can help news personalities grow in key social media channels and can be recognized internally and externally as an ambassador for the station.  Apply online at http://www.wowt.com/jobsearch/featuredjobs/318431321.html.  (2/4)

— The Kearney (NE) Hub seeks a digital content editor (Job #4692-186) who is skilled and creative, wants to learn, is willing to take risks, knows online/mobile/social media/emerging multimedia technologies, has design skills, can champion projects, can cultivate a team environment, can participate in daily posts and can develop the digital news and sports report.  Apply by sending online links and resume to Mike Konz, ME, at mike/konz@kearneyhub.com.  (2/4)

** ABC-owned WTVD, Durham, NC seeks a content producer (Job #333845BR) with 1-3 years experience who is relentless, is not afraid to take chances, has strong writing and editorial skills, can multi-task well in a high-pressure environment, has thorough knowledge and experience with major social media platforms to report news, can publish daily news and breaking content to the station’s multiple platforms, as well as producing and editing video content, knows AP style, has background with Photoshop/FinalCut Pro/html and can work nights/weekends/holidays as needed.  Apply at digitaljobs@abc11mail.com, then log on to www.disneycareers.com, search for the job title and number, create a candidate profile and upload resume profile.        (2/12)

— WNCT-TV, Greenville, NC seeks a digital content producer (Job #NCT-000315) who can write and edit stories, can format photos for online slideshows, can post video on all platforms, has a strong grasp of ethics, can respond quickly to breaking news, remains cool under pressure and has a clear and succinct writing style and editing skills.  Work samples and resume to the WNCT-TV HR Dept., 3221 S. Evans St., Greenville, NC 27834-8568, fax (252) 355-8568, e-mail ijohansen@wnct.com or apply online at www.mediageneral.com/careers.   (2/28)

— WXII-TV, Winston-Salem, NC seeks a well-rounded part-time digital producer who can gather and compile content from a variety of outlets for publication on all platforms, can deliver breaking news and weather quickly and accurately, can prioritize user engagement, can gather/write/assemble content from reporters/producers/wire services/social media/Internet/traditional media outlets, can catch spelling and grammatical errors, manages time well, meets multiple daily deadlines, has a flexible schedule and has a positive attitude.  Online links and resume to Elizabeth Gamble, the WXII-TV HR Dept., 700 Coliseum Dr., Winton-Salem, NC 27106 or e-mail egamble@hearst.com.  No calls.  (1/16)

— Openings at WIS-TV, Columbia, SC: Digital content producer/assignment editor (see WIS-TV openings  under “television”).  Digital content producer (Job #2015-4138) who is aggressive and well-organized, has good news judgment, can work the phones and scanners, can dispatch crews while updating digital and social platforms, is a strong communicator, knows AP style, has graphics skills, can handle short deadlines, can multi-task and knows how to use social media; background with html and Photoshop helpful but not a must; apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/4138/digital-content-producer/job.  (1/16)

— WLTX-TV, Columbia, SC seeks a digital content producer (Job #71083) who loves news, loved to work with cutting edge digital and social media, can find and develop original engaging content, is active on social media, is a good writer, can identify potentially viral stories, can cover breaking news as it happens, meets tight deadlines and can plan social and digital coverage of events; apply online at https://career4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=VjItWUxYTUxVT21xNUJnbndGcGphU1VMdz09.&career_job_req_id=71083&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=XsV9kfhgV9AFrPXrFQiqMroDmkk%3d.  (1/16)

— WCBD-TV. Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, SC seeks a digital content producer (Job#CBD-000430) who can lead digital efforts across all platforms, can create/produce/edit/maintain digital content while providing guidance to other newsroom staff on issues related to digital content, can deliver content that is engaging and urgent on q daily basis, knows current best practices, can work flexible hours and can meet deadlines.  Online links, resume and references to Bryan Luhn, ND, WCBD-TV, 210 W. Coleman Blvd., Charleston, SC 29464 or apply online at https://jobs.mediageneral.com/JobDetails.asp?varID=CBD-000430.  No calls.  (1/20)

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

— DePaul University (Chicago) seeks a dean for its College of Communications who can strengthen and uphold the tradition of educating critical thinkers known for independence/objectivity/discernment/good judgment and can prepare students for careers in high-demand fields that range from diversity training and healthcare to journalism, community organizing, broadcasting and public relations; must be a change agent who will work with faculty to stimulate new ideas and programs continuously gauged to meet an evolving world.  Send a detailed letter of interest, a resume/CV, contact information for five references to DePaulCCom@academic-search.com; nominations should include a letter of support and contact information; the search is assisted by John B. Hicks, sr. consultant, Academic Search, Inc., at (205) 345-7221 or e-mail john.hicks@academic-search.com; further information can  be obtained online at http://www.academic-search.com/data/files/DePaulDeanCOCProfile.pdf.  EOE   (2/13)

— 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.)

— Western Illinois University (Macomb, IL) seeks a broadcasting instructor (Job #53430) who can teach TV production, broadcast writing and performance classes as well as entry-level broadcasting classes; master’s degree with professional experience preferred, along with experience in one or more of the following areas: the ability to teach production courses at the university level, demonstrated experience in professional broadcast writing and production, sports broadcasting and proficiency in video-editing software.  Apply online at http://wiu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=53430.  EOE   (2/13)

— The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks a journalism department head who is an enterprising administrator, understands the opportunities and challenges facing journalism and journalism education, can guide planning and growth of the department, can explore new strategic initiatives (especially in enterprising and digital arenas), can provide academic and administrative leaderships, can focus on faculty development and evaluation, can oversee long-range planning and budgeting, can strengthen and grow the size of the program, an cooperative lead faculty/staff/students to prepare for the next generation of professional and scholarly leaders in the field, has a graduate degree, can articulate an understanding of academic culture/policies/procedures typical of a major public research university and be qualified for appointment as a tenured full professor. For a complete job description and to apply, go online to https://jobs.illinois.edu/faculty-positions/job-details?jobID=57622&job=college-of-media-department-head-department-of-journalism-f1500131.  EOE   (2/4)

 

 

— The University of Missouri (Columbia, MO) seeks an assistant professional practice professor and director of audience engagement (Job #18140) who will help students pursuing skills in analytics/social media/techniques to engage with the public, foster two-way communication with the community, aggressively incorporate community voices that otherwise would be overlooked in coverage, make social journalism be about more than just posting to Facebook and Twitter, encourage reporters and editors to pursue an open and transparent approach to doing journalism, keep the newsroom involved in conversations after a story is published and seek and incorporate feedback from the audience into decision-making; full-time, benefit-eligible, renewable 12-month faculty appointment; bachelor’s degree a must.  Applicants should submit a resume/CV, list of three references and cover letter summarizing qualifications tohttp://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/   EOE   (2/4)

— Missouri State University (Springfield, MO) seeks a per course faculty member with a master’s degree and professional experience who can teach various courses within its Department of Media, Journalism and Film, hold office hours, critique student work, grade assignments in a timely manner, submit midterm and final grades on time and teach day/evening/online.  Submit letter of application, resume/CV, online application form and the names and contact information for at least three references at www.missouristate.edu; for additional information or to send a demo reel contact Dr. Mary Jane Pardue, MJF, Department head, 901 S. National Av., Springfield, IL 65897, call (417) 836-5218 or e-mail mjpardue@missouristate.edu.  (1/22)–

— Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, KY) seeks a tenure-eligible assistant professor with a master’s degree and at least four years experience in broadcast TV production who has a passion  for live TV and skills in multi-camera field and studio production as well as sports broad casting; must teach basic studio and field production, producing and directing and introductory digital media; will work with the university’s student news/weather teams and capstone video productions in addition to research/creative work/student advising/service to the school and university; should have a record of teaching and service in a professional and/or university setting; apply online at https://wku.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp;jsessionid=21C7DA30A150143C3568A8E6F8987F0F?JOBID=64279#pageTop.    (1/21)

 
OTHER:

— Openings at WDJT/WMLW-TV, MeTV, ThisTV, WYTU-TV/Telemundo Wisconsin and BounceTV, Milwaukee, WI:  Log editor/commercial traffic coordinator (Job #HR-LE) who has experience maintaining commercial tapes/downloading of commercials, can place commercials and programs on station los, assure that all commercials are broadcast correctly, displays good computer and organizational skills, is detail-oriented, can work closely with all department and outside agencies and has the ability and desire to learn new things as they work in the fast-paced environment of broadcasting; must do log editing/inventory/programming/processing of orders/log reconciliation/processing and implementing traffic instructions. Send resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or apply online at http://www.cbs58.com/category/306511/job-openings-at-weigel-broadcasting-milwaukee. EOE  (2/6)

— The Central Intelligence Agency (Langley, MD) seeks a video producer/director who is highly motivated, will help hart the creative direction to meet the needs of continuously evolving business areas, will work closely with customers to create finished intelligence videos for the briefing of senior government officials and for dissemination as part of a team of dedicated officers who produce high quality video products for a wide range of agency customers; will help maintain an interdisciplinary technical environment that fosters the integration of many a established and emerging technologies.  Pay $49,861-$97,333/year.  For a complete job description, and to apply, go online to https://www.cia.gov/careers/opportunities/support-professional/video-producer-director.html.  (1/21)

 

INTERNSHIPS:~

— WBEZ-FM, Chicago has both paid and unpaid internship opportunities in areas ranging from production to reporting; the station is home to nationally-distributed programs such as This American Life, Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me and Sound Opinions and is Chicago’s only NPR member station, serving northwest Indiana, southwestern Michigan and southeastern Wisconsin as well as the metro area, with four community bureaus in the city of Chicago and NW Indiana.  News interns will gain exposure to a major market newsroom, learn solid foundations of public radio-style journalism, learn broadcast news writing, learn how to report short news items for local newscasts and publish related content to the Web; by the end of the internship, the intern will know how to edit audio and report news features that will be aired on WBEZ and online.  For more information and application deadlines go to www.wbez.org/internships.  EOE  (indef.)
— Internships at the Better Government Association (Chicago):  A part-time media intern to work in communication and media who is bright and ambitious, is an undergraduate or graduate student, can shoot video and edit in FinalCut Pro 7, can help with media outreach for civic engagement, has experience writing and reporting, has a nose for news, can learn new skills quickly, has a solid work ethic, pays attention to detail, has a sense of humor and has an understanding of current events and local government, particularly in Chicago and Illinois; Apply online at http://www.bettergov.org/about_us/jobs__internships.aspx  Investigative interns who should aspire to be investigative reporters, to work for a program that seeks to uncover waste, fraud and corruption in the activities of state and local government, can make phone calls to sources, can attend news conferences, can contribute to select stories and blogs, can come up with ideas for articles and investigations, can conduct research, can file FOIA requests, has experience writing and reporting, has a nose for news, can learn new skills quickly, has a solid work ethic, pays attention to detail, has a sense of humor and has an understanding of current events and local government, particularly in Chicago and Illinois; interns will work flexible hours as they assist in the research of stories and leads as well as legal issues, so computer skills are a must.  The BGA can comply with requirements so that an intern can receive course credit; apply via e-mail to Mary Frances O’Connor at mfoconnor@bettergov.org.   EOE    (indef.)

— CBS-owned WBBM/WCFS, Chicago seeks interns in news, production and marketing.  Interns will work between 16 and 36 hours a week (2-4 days) on a schedule to be determined by the internship coordinator and the student.  Students must be currently enrolled, have at least junior class standing and a 3.0 GPA, understand that job placement is not a part of the program, and must be able to obtain academic credit.  Marketing and promotions interns should know Word and Excel, word processing, filing, event logistics and management; resume to Cher Ames, marketing  mgr., fax (312) 297-7775 or e-mail cher_ames@cbsradio.com.  News interns should have familiarity with digital and analog editing and recording techniques; resumes to Ron Gleason, news and programming director, WBBM-AM, 180 N. Stetson, Suite 1100, Chicago, IL 60601 or fax (312) 297-7822.  EOE (Indef.)

— WLS-AM/FM, Chicago seeks promotions/events interns for academic credit; the station considers this an ideal internship opportunity for communications and broadcasting majors, especially those contemplating a career in broadcasting.  WLS (AM) is a news-talk station, while WLS-FM plays classic hits, both with legendary talent lineups.  College interns will get a hands-on experience in working in many different aspects of radio and must pay attention to detail, have a positive attitude, work well with Office and the Internet (Photoshop/Illustrator experience a bonus) and have a willingness to work hard.  This internship is unpaid and course credit must be earned.  Resume, a letter of recommendation and cover letter outlining your abilities and goals to Lorraine Lynn, WLS-AM/FM intern coordinator, Dept. WA, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601 or e-mail Lorraine.Lynn@cumulus.com.  No calls.     EOE  (Indef.)

— Internships at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago: Investigative intern who is studying to become an investigative reporter or producer, who is at least junior level and will learn by doing as part of the WLS-TV I-Team, generating and researching investigative topics, coordinating projects and following them through to the finished on-air product and follow-up reports; background should include college-level or commercial print and/or broadcast experience for this unpaid (college credit) internship; applicants should submit a resume, an outline of personal interests and professional goals and a statement of why you would like to be chosen for the I-Team internship to Ann Pistone, WLS-TV I-Team, or e-mail i-team@abc.com. Also, interns who will observe and participate on a limited basis as they learn the function, operation and staffing of the news, sports, programming, sales, research sales, creative services and community services departments, to earn a specified number of academic credits (unpaid), to be determined by the school; students must be at least second semester juniors, have a “B” average and be able to work no less than three days a week at the station, with a maximum of 15 hours a week over 12 weeks; submit application, resume, an outline of personal interests and professional goals, and a statement of why you would like to be chosen for the internship, to Elsa Ruiz Claveria, internship coord., WLS-TV, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601.  No calls.  EOE  (Indef.)

— Total Traffic/Chicago seeks student interns who have a strong interest in news, are in good standing in school, and would work for a three-month period.  Send resume, and a letter stating why you would be a good addition to its Chicago office to the news bureau chief, 161 N. Clark St., Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60601 or call (312) 705-1758.   EOE   (Indef.)

— WGN (AM), Chicago seeks interns eligible for credit who are interested in working in the new WGN Radio newsroom, in the heart of the Chicago Tribune newsroom, working shoulder-to-shoulder with the Trib’s Chicago Breaking News, Chicago Breaking Sports and Chicago Breaking Business teams; shifts available 24/7.  Get further details and apply online ASAP at www.wgnradio.com/internships. EOE (Indef.)

— Fox-owned WFLD/WPWR-TV, Chicago, has an academic internship program for college credit with internships in news, promotions/PR, traffic/research, community affairs, human resources and finance/business/programming.  Must be registered and junior or senior standing; students must provide resume, completed application form and a letter from their colleges indicating they will receive credit.  For information, contact Shynaa Brown, intern coordinator, WFLD/WPWR-TV, 205 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60601, or call (312) 565-5558.  EOE (indef.)~~

— Chicago-based documentary photographer/filmmaker Jon Lowenstein seeks apprentices for the fall, winter and summer terms who are interested and dedicated to documentary storytelling/transmedia/documentary filmmaking, is currently working on a documentary project and seeking mentorship, is interested in grant writing and how to sell ideas to funders, is interested in digital asset management and archiving, is interested in public arts programming, is interested in building and refining a portfolio but is not merely seeking to build a resume or learn skills; the apprenticeship requires a proactive investment on the part of the apprentice; Lowenstein specializes in unsparing clarity and likes to confront the realms of power/poverty/violence while demonstrating a lighted love of people and an intractable belief in the arts. Successful fall/winter candidates must be able to dedicate at least two days during the week over a six-month period and adhere to a regular schedule (applications due Aug. 15).  The summer apprenticeship (deadline Jan.15) is a 300-hour opportunity geared toward international applicants/recent grads/candidates who have more schedule flexibility during the summer months; will be expected to scan and process digital images using Photoshop and lightroom, develop film, assist on photo and video production shoots, assist in printing archival prints for exhibitions and portfolios, research equipment/locations for pre-production/researching photo archive solutions, update social media and edit and work with multimedia content; experience and familiarity working with photography, multimedia storytelling and digital imaging programs preferred.  A stipend can be made available to cover expenses for qualified candidates.  Submit a link to your portfolio/work, resume, contact information for two references and a cover letter specifying which apprenticeship you seek and discussing your goals for the apprenticeship, to Phil@jonlowenstein.com.  EOE   (indef.)

— Campus Insiders (Chicago) seeks interns for year-round learning opportunities; applicants must be interested in multimedia and broadcast sports journalism and ready to gain invaluable experience at a cutting-edge, digital broadcast facility located in Chicago’s Harpo Studios; must have a strong knowledge of college football and basketball, a passion for spots journalism and a desire to develop multi-platform production skills.  Writing samples, resume and a letter outlining why you’re the best person for the internships to Ray Crawford at rcrawford@campusinsiders.com.   EOE   (indef.)
— Green Target Global Group/Chicago seeks interns with strong writing and communications skills for a firm that does public relations, marketing communications and consulting focused on financial, professional services, B2B and corporate organizations. Interns will learn about branding, crisis/litigation communications, direct mail, e-marketing, media relations and publicity, opinion research, positioning and targeted advertising. Resume and letter stating your interests to Kristen Griffin, 1 N. LaSalle, Suite 27, Chicago, IL 60602 or e-mail kgriffin@greentarget.net. EOE (Indef.)

— Internships at WGN-TV, Chicago: Morning news intern who can greet guests, write tip sheets, escort guests to and from studios, research and locate archive video, and work closely with producers and the EP.  Investigative unit intern, to research and develop tips and leads, screen and log video, attend court, pull court documents, perform other clerical duties and go into the field with producers and reporters.   Assignment desk intern who will answer viewer and reporter calls, research stories and sort through mail and faxes; may accompany reporters and videographers on assignment.  Sports intern who has strong knowledge of sports, can log games to be used for highlights, scan the wires, learn to identify the proper highlights, video, sound bites and other materials for shows, help in the field with interviews, and learn to use the Sony Newsbase clip edit system that allows editing straight from desk computers; good for those seeking “hands-on” experience.  Experience not a requirement, but must be creative, curious, have proper business demeanor and the ability to listen and learn.  Must be available 15 hours a week for 13 weeks.  Must be college juniors, seniors or graduate students able to get credit for work.  Resumes to the WGN-TV HR Dept., 2501 W. Bradley Pl., Chicago, IL 60618, call (773) 528-1387 or e-mail wgntv-hr@tribune.com.   EOE (Indef.)

— Chicago-based documentary photographer Jon Lowenstein seeks an intern to work with him and a studio manager on a schedule that involves working with the photographer to maintain the weekly workflow of the business and work on special projects, including direct involvement in the photo industry, weekly one-on-one workshops in portfolio and career development and mentoring with a highly reputable photographer; applicants must be able to dedicate two days a week for three months, have a car and be familiar with Macs, Photoshop, Bridge or Photo mechanic, Lightroom/Aperture, InDesign, Excel and Word; video editing background is a plus.  Although the internship is unpaid, a stipend is available to help cover expenses.  Applicants should compose a letter discussing career goals and how the internship can help achieve them, a resume, two references and a link to your own work or project to studio.manager.jl@gmail.com.  EOE   (Indef.)

 

— Chicago Artists’ News seeks interns, college student or otherwise, for two internship programs: one Editorial and the other for Marketing/Advertising support; the periodical prefers some skills/experience in the newspaper field but is also willing to match relative “rookie” individuals to tasks depending on strengths.   Cover letter should indicate interest in “editorial” or “marketing/advertising;” send with clips (for editorial internships) and resume to the Chicago Artists’ News editor, 70 E. Lake St., Suite 230, Chicago, IL 60601 or e-mail editor@caconline.org.   EOE  (Indef.)

— The Big Ten Network (Chicago, IL) seeks production and marketing/promotions interns.  The production intern will support the remote production team, assist with day-to-day administrative event projects as needed, will input music cue sheets, will maintain the checklist for remote promo copy for events, track post-event reports from producers and directors, ship DVDs to talent and others as requested and will collect and log new talent reels; familiarity withy college and professional sports preferred, along with strong multi-tasking and organizational skills.  Marketing interns will be responsible for developing and contributing to marketing efforts consistent with the goals and objectives of the network and the conference; will serve as brand ambassadors on campus as the eyes and ears of their individual campuses, will be the Big Ten Network’s direct contact with various marketing initiatives not completed from HQ, will lead marketing initiatives from recruiting SuperFans, handing out publicity materials and promoting new BTN programming; should have a strong on-campus social network and be familiar with Facebook, Twitter, blogging and other social media; must be multi-task oriented with strong organizational skills.  All interns must be at least sophomore standing and be able to get college credit.  Apply online at www.foxcareers.com.  EOE  (Indef.)

— Gameplan Entertainment seeks interns who have a strong interest in the media and entertainment business; students must seek college credit, have a good academic record and be able to work in the office 2-3 days a week with duties that include research, client contacts, reviewing demos and assisting the marketing department.  E-mail cover letter and resume to Elizabeth Landry at elandry@gameplan.com.  EOE  (Indef.)

— The Hyde Park Herald and Lakefront Outlook (Chicago, IL/South Side) seek an intern looking to supplement college coursework.  Should know the city’s South Side, particularly from 22nd to 60th Streets and east of the Dan Ryan Expressway.  Three clips, resume and a letter stating why you’re right for the internship to the Herald Newspapers Editor, 5240 S. Harper Av., Chicago, IL 60615, fax (773) 643-8542 or e-mail hpherald@aol.com.   EOE  (Indef.)

— Christianity Today, Carol Stream, IL, a current events monthly magazine of evangelical conviction, offers semester-long, part-time news internships to college students who have decided on careers in journalism, as well as summer internships for such students and recent college graduates; interns will receive hands-on experience in magazine publishing, but news reporting and writing for publication and clips are not guaranteed. The news internship is for experienced student journalists only and should be considered a supplement to previous journalism education in the classroom; applicants also should have general knowledge of the evangelical community, religion, and the Internet. Resumes to Ted Olsen, news director, 465 Gunderson Dr., Carol Stream, IL 60188 or e-mail tolsen@christianitytoday.com.  EOE  (indef.)

— WIND (AM), Chicago seeks interns for its news and political units who can work flexible schedules, do in-studio and in-the-field research and produce local, national and breaking stories; applicants must provide college information and academic contacts.  Apply to Mike Scott, c/o internship program, WIND (AM), 25 Northwest Point, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007.   EOE   (Indef.)

— NextMedia Radio, Crystal Lake, IL seeks interns who will do more than get coffee and hang banner rolls.  Resume to Karyn Kasi, promotions dir., 8800 US Hwy. 14, Crystal Lake, IL 60012 or e-mail kkasi@nextmediachicago.com.   EOE  (indef.)

— WREX-TV, Rockford, IL seeks unpaid interns in its news, sports and production departments who can get credit from their school; the station will consider both high school and college students able to get credit from their schools.  Resume and cover letter to Maggie Hradecky, ND or Nick Schneider, production supervisor, WREX-TV, Box 530, Rockford, IL 61105.  EOE  (Indef.)

— WIFR-TV, Rockford, IL seeks interns who are seeking a degree in communications or broadcast journalism and have the recommendation of an advisor; internships are unpaid, so students should show proof that they will receive college credit or endorsement for their work.  Resume and letter of recommendation to WIFR-TV Internships, Box 123, Rockford, IL 61105 EOE  (Indef.)

— WRHL-AM/FM, Rochelle, IL seeks interns, both full and part-time, who will do researching, create and record daily newscasts, edit audio, record the weather from the Fox affiliate and edit for broadcast, create/record/produce public service announcements from local/national/international organizations, learn/master Adobe Audition production software, learn AudioVault automation software, operate control boards during local and state sporting events (including Chicago Bears broadcasts), operate radio equipment controlling what is broadcast live during city council meetings and other live remotes, may include some live on-air work, create/produce/record commercials for WRHL clients, and perform other miscellaneous duties as needed, including some weekend work. “By the end of the internship, the intern will learn how a real-life, for-profit small-market radio station operates; one would learn all of the moving parts, all the titles, duties and basic structure of the radio business, and would in addition build radio and TV broadcasting contacts to form a solid foundation for a future career in broadcasting.” Internships run January-April, May-August and September-December, while specific start and end dates remain flexible. To apply, send a resume and letter stating what you can bring to the table (e-mail is fine) to Greg Saunders, WRHL-AM/FM, at Greg@wrhl.net; call with questions to (815) 562-7001 x-11. EOE  (Indef.)

— WTJK-AM, Rockton, IL seeks interns year-round who are energetic, friendly and hard-working students and can help coordinate contests, do copywriting, aid in the development of the station’s promotions, do research, update station Web sites, and perform out-of-office responsibilities in the Rockford and South Beloit areas that can include promoting at sporting events, local bars, clubs and retail locations.  Applicants must possess excellent organizational skills, good writing ability, creativity and the ability to assist with many projects and ideas.  Internship is for college credit and you must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle.  Resume and e-mail telling how you would be an asset to ESPN Radio 1380/Rockford to Kate Heine at kheine@gkbradio.com.  EOE  (Indef.)

— WQAD-TV, Moline, IL (Quad Cities market) seeks interns for spring, summer and fall internships for academic credit.  Its interns learn (and DO) it all under the supervision of the person responsible for the intern’s work.  Videography intern candidates should apply to Andy McKay at andy.mckay@wqad.com; Internet content interns to Shellie Nelson at shellie.nelson@wqad.com; marketing interns to Lisa Short at lisa.short@wqad.com; producer/reporter interns to Alan Baker at alan.baker@wqad.com.  EOE (Indef.)

— WVIK-FM, Rock Island, IL (Quad Cities market)  Amy Helpenstell Foundation reporter trainee (see listing under radio).  EOE   (1/31)–

— WTAX-AM, Springfield, IL seeks interns interesting in doing news who have a background in writing, want to learn what it is like to take a news tip to a full story and want an internship where you could potentially do it all — find the information, get the tape, edit and write the story.  Resume to Alex Deman, acting news and programming director, WTAX-AM, 3501 E. Sangamon Av., Springfield, IL 62707, call (217) 753-5400 or e-mail adegman@wtax.com.   EOE  (Indef.)

— WICS-TV, Springfield, IL seeks news department interns that are non-paid and should be coordinated with colleges for credit; should have technical and customer support career interests in multimedia including networks, client work stations, servers, software, audio-video production and fiber satellite distribution, and will have the opportunity to work with a variety of hardware and software platforms from vendors, including AVID, PathFire, Panasonic and others.  Resume to Alaina Marx, HR Dept., WICS-TV, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703.  EOE  (Indef.)

— Openings at WTMJ (AM), Milwaukee, WI: Sports interns (Job #984BR) who can work weekends and weeknights as needed, participate in coverage of live sporting events with an emphasis on the Brewers/Pacers/Bucks/Badgers, can gather and edit pre-game and post-game sound from the events site/dugout/locker room/clubhouse, assist the sports department with script writing for drive time programming and plan and assist with production and execution of the station’s Sports Central show; apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=26013&siteid=5501&AReq=984BR.  EOE   (12/31)

 

— WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks newsroom interns who are juniors or seniors, able to earn college credit, have the ability to spend at least 25 hours a week in the newsroom and can work flexible schedules.  Non-paid.  Letter should include desired start date, and the dates and times you would be available for a brief interview.  Send with resume to Sydney Gohring, intern coordinator/TV News, WTMJ-TV, 720 E. Capitol Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53212.  EOE  (indef.)

 

— WISN-AM, Milwaukee, WI seeks interns for a newsroom that is fast-paced, gathers local news aggressively, and needs interns who can work in-studio and in the field, research and produce stories, answer listener phone calls, and be able to work flexible hours.  Internship is unpaid; must be taken for college credit.  Applications are taking on an ongoing basis for internships summer, fall and spring.  Tape and resume to Jodi Becker, WISN-AM News Internship Program, 12100 W. Howard Av., Greenfield, WI 53228, call (414) 944-5494 or e-mail jodibecker@clearchannel.com.   EOE   (indef.)

— WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks interns (Job #HR-Internship) in a variety of areas who can commit 15 hours a week for an entire semester during the regular school year; must receive college credit, as the internship is unpaid; available internships include bilingual (Spanish-English) news intern, sports intern, producer assistant intern, assignment desk intern, meteorology intern, sales intern, engineering intern, production intern, master control intern and promotions intern.   To apply contact Internships c/o the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8188 or e-mail ccamps@cbs58.com.  EOE  (Indef.)

— WBAY-TV, Green Bay, WI seeks interns in its news, sports, sales and engineering department, with every effort made to assign meaningful projects and tasks, with supervision and evaluation; must be a full-time student (junior or senior standing preferred) and done for credit as apart of a bona fide course of study with credit.  Send resume and letter stating personal objectives and hoped-for accomplishments to Trish Ossman, EP (news); Chris Roth, sports director (sports); Steve Lavin, GSM (sales), or Greg Tadyshak, chief engineer (engineering), WBAY-TV, 115 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54301 or e-mail Melissa Feldman, station business mgr., at mfeldman@wbay.com.  (Indef.)

— WISH-TV, Indianapolis, IN seek interns who can work at least 15 hours a week for 10 weeks for college credit and without financial compensation; students may work one full-semester internship per student and must provide information from a faculty advisor stating the length of the internship and that they will receive credit.  The station attaches the same standards that it uses when hiring staff.  Internships are available in news reporting, I-Team reporting, sports, videography, production, promotion, graphic arts, sales and marketing, public affairs and broadcast engineering.  Once information is received from a student it is forwarded to the appropriate department head who will then decide if the station needs or wants to set up an interview.  Send applications to the WISH-TV internship program, 1950 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202 or e-mail careers@wishtv.com.   (Indef.)

— WXIN/WTTV, Indianapolis, IN seeks interns to work in a year-round program who want as much “hands-on” opportunity as possible and are expected and encouraged to learn about all aspects of commercial broadcasting; typically must work 8-10 weeks on a part-time (20-40 hours/week) basis.  In addition to morning and evening news (including sports and weather) there are internships in operations and production, creative services, and sales.  Deadlines are: for the summer term 3/1; for the fall term 8/1; for the winter-spring term 12/1, and preference is given to students majoring in a related field.  Submit resume with cover letter stating department of interest and academic term in which you are available to the WXIN/WTTV HR Sept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN 46278; qualified students will be contacted for an interview.  (Indef.)
— Internships at Great Lakes Media/The Chronicle (Valparaiso, IN):  Sports editorial/photo intern who can work 20-30+ hours each week for credit; the internship will expose the right candidate to all facets of weekly production, including writing, photography and layout on three weekly newspapers in Lake and Porter Counties.  The papers also may consider unpaid internships in other areas of emphasis, such as community reporting.  All applicants must have completed the sophomore year of college, must be majoring in communications or journalism, must have completed basic reporting and writing classes, and are responsible for securing their own living arrangements.  Background in photojournalism with a college newspaper is a definite plus.  Resume and contact information for three professional/educational references to Brenda Kleihege, publisher, 208 Elm St., Valparaiso, IN 46383. EOE   (indef.)

— WANE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks interns who are full-time juniors or seniors, can receive college credit, can work without financial compensation, and are able to perform at least 160 on-site hours, although more are recommended for a full experience.  The station offers internships in news reporting, producing, videography, sports and weather; operations production, directing, floor camera and engineering; sales marketing and research; and promotions editing, public affairs and creative services.  Deadlines are 11/30 for winter and spring internships, 2/28 for summer internships and 7/31 for fall internships.  Resume, letter telling why you would be a good intern and school program requirements to the WANE-TV internship program, 2915 W. State Blvd., Ft. Wayne, IN 46808.  (Indef.)

— WPTA/WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seek interns in news, promotions, sales/marketing, production and accounting; the stations are flexible regarding the months that internships are offered, mainly on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Must be able to earn college credit and have a letter from the school indicating enrollment in an internship for credit.  Resume to Deborah Sand, WPTA/WISE-TV HR Dept., Box 2121, Ft. Wayne, IN 46801.  (Indef.)

— KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO seeks a broadcast assistant.  In this 13-week appointment, successful candidates will assist producers and production assistants, operate the TelePrompTer and assist in various aspects of newscast preparation.  Must be able to work flexible weekday and weekend hours.  Perfect for students with a broadcast journalism emphasis.  Resume to Audrey Prywitch, EP/News, KMOV-TV, One Memorial Dr., St. Louis, MO 63102.  EOE  (Indef.)

— WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO seeks interns with junior or senior status who are majoring in journalism, broadcasting, communications, marketing and graphic design; internships are unpaid and must be for college class credit, and most departments require a minimum of 20 hours of work per week; news department opportunities exist in sports, producing, reporting, video editing and videography.  Resume and a letter detailing your interests to the WDAF-TV HR Dept./Internship Coordinator, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108.  (Indef.)

— WPSD-TV, Paducah, KY seeks interns who want to gain a diversified experience in a variety of fields with a hands-on educational opportunity.  Internships are offered year-round in news, sports, weather, production, creative services, Web design and sales/marketing.  Applicants must be at least 18, have junior, senior or graduate academic standing, be able to receive academic credit from an educational institution based on hours of training, and have the ability to commute at specified times to the station.  Applicants with serious interest only should contact Corey Goodman, news producer/internship coordinator, Box 1197, Paducah, KY 24002-1197 or e-mail cgoodman@wpsdtv.com for an application form.  EOE  (Indef.)

— WDIV-TV, Detroit, MI seeks interns in programming promotions, news and sales; the program is designed to augment the educational development of students for careers in broadcasting by creating opportunities for students to gain experience in day-to-day operations; must be 18 years of age, enrolled in a college or university, be majoring in communications or a related field, be classified as at least a junior when the internship begins and be seeking class credits or their equivalent (such as a master’s thesis).  Apply by including name, address and phone number, and send application via e-mail to the WDIV-TV HR Administrator at barbz@wdiv.com.  (Indef.)

— WXYZ-TV, Detroit, MI seeks news, assignment desk, sports and special project unit interns who will learn investigative technique through ands-on work with the unit; students must be motivated, will have the opportunity to create a resume tape by the end of the internship, will gain an insight into newsroom operations, will learn alongside staff and will work with the investigative, consumer, health and advocacy units; interns must be able to work between 12 and 32 hours a week for credit only, with days and times based on student availability and department needs to be determined before the start date.  Students must be registered as a junior or senior and be able to receive college/university course credit for participating, complying with all school requirements as well as WXYZ-TV requirements.  Students must be up-to-date on current vents on all levels, actively watching newscasts, browsing the Web, reading newspapers and making and utilizing sources.  Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html.  (Indef.)

— WOOD/WOTV/WXSP-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seek interns who are college juniors and seniors and would like to gain experience in news, weather, community affairs, promotions, sales and accounting.  Resume to WOOD-TV Internships, 120 College Av. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, call (616) 771-9061 or e-mail careers@woodtv.com.   (Indef.)

— WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks a interns for a range of jobs that include journalism, PR, Web site production and production; students must be enrolled in an accredited college or university, be able to get course credit and be able to be present at least three days a week.  Students should submit resume that includes courses related to the internship requested, a letter indicating the dates of availability and a letter from the student’s school indicating that the student will receive credit if chosen.  Resume to Janet Christopher, WKYC/WVXP-TV, 1333 Lakeside Av., Cleveland, OH 44114 or fax (216) 344-3477.  No calls.  (Indef.)

— WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks unpaid interns in a number of areas: “Good Morning Cleveland,” “Live on Five,” news assignment desk, Akron bureau, and “Team Five” Investigators/Troubleshooters.  Must receive college credit and be able to work a 20-40 hour schedule.  Resume to the WEWS-TV internship coordinator, 3001 Euclid Av., Cleveland, OH 44115.  (indef.)

— WVIZ-TV/WCPN-FM, Cleveland, OH offers internships designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn about careers in public broadcasting through hands-on experience.  Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university and be able to receive credit for the internship.  Tape/CD (if available), with resume, to the WVIZ/WCPN HR/Idea Center Dept., 1375 Euclid Av., Cleveland, OH 44115-1835.  (Indef.)

— Cincinnati Magazine, Cincinnati, OH seeks energetic, hard-working editorial interns to work for four months at fact-checking, research/reporting and short writing assignments; must be able to work at least 15 hours a week in the office for credit (unpaid), with hours varying depending on class and work schedules.  English and journalism majors are given high priority but other majors are welcome.  Must be juniors or seniors, and a resident of the Greater Cincinnati/northern KY area (Hamilton, Butler, Clermont or Warren Counties in OH, and Kenton, Campbell or Boone Counties in KY).   Clips and resume with a letter telling what you can bring to the job to Aiesha D. Little, Cincinnati magazine internship program, 200 Carew Tower, 441 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH 45202.  Fall interns must apply by June 1, spring interns by Oct. 2 and summer interns by Feb. 1.  No calls.  (Indef.)

— WPTY-TV, Memphis, TN seeks unpaid news interns on an ongoing basis who will be responsible for their own living expenses and must be able to receive academic credit.  Must have second-semester junior standing or higher, be certified in writing by the student’s academic counselor, have a degree path with a major or minor in broadcast journalism or related field, be able to work 20 hours a week for eight consecutive weeks, be able to agree in writing to a fixed curriculum and work schedule, and be able to work holidays, weekends, night shifts and other periods.  Send letter explaining why you want to participate in the internship program and how it would benefit you to Lisa Lovell, EP, 2701 Union Av. Extended, Memphis, TN 38112.  (Indef.)

— WBBJ-TV, Jackson, TN seeks energetic, intelligent, dependable, reliable and responsible news junkies and broadcast or communications majors to work as newsroom interns on the weekend shift; must dub tapes, make beat calls, operate studio cameras for the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts, assist reporters and videographers in the field and newsroom, go out on stories, learn how to edit and dub tapes and to do what it takes to produce a quality newscasts.  Morning and evening shifts are available.  To apply, call Chip Washington, WBBJ-TV, at (901) 725-8621 weekdays or (601) 668-3310 (cell phone) at other times.  (Indef.)

— Foreign Policy magazine seeks an unpaid research intern who will assist editors in researching and planning content, help assistant editors with fact-checking, proof articles, write and work on at least one short piece to be published at the editor’s discretion, and can work a flexible schedule of at least 15-20 hours a week for a semester.  Students must have completed their junior year, or be graduate students with educational or job background in international relations, comparative politics, journalism, history or economics.  To apply, submit a 5-10 page (maximum) writing sample, resume and letter of recommendation to Kate Palmer, internship coordinator, 1779 Massachusetts Av. NW, Washington, DC 20036, call (202) 939-2247, fax (202) 483-4430 or e-mail kpalmer@ceip.org.   (Indef.)

— KSL-AM, Salt Lake City, UT seeks interns in radio news, sports and programming who are registered full-time at a university, college, community college or vocational-technical institute; priority will be given to students who are juniors, seniors or in the final year of a community college or vocational/technical school program.  Should be self-starting, able to meet deadlines, precise and accurate, a good writer and producer, and able to devote 20 hours a week, with a schedule to be arranged by the intern, coordinator and the intern’s academic adviser.  Must appear professional and be able to produce a letter from the applicant’s school verifying the arrangement of credit for the internship.  To apply, download an application from the KSL Web site: http://www.intermountainradio.com; questions can be directed to hr@intermountainradio.com.   (Indef.)

PUBLIC RELATIONS/PROMOTIONS:

— The Alzheimer’s Association (Chicago) seeks an associate director/strategic communications with at least five years public relations experience who can take responsibility for project management/writing/editing assignments, can reinforce the organization’s national brand and can manage production of marketing materials, Web content, director marketing, special events, conferences and feature material; must manage projects from start to finish, oversee content development with other departments, manage internal staff and vendors, develop content and design elements, can define and target specific audiences, is a leader, can work with researchers/donors/family caregivers/Alzheimer’s patients, can participate in and lead creative meetings, rings a strategic and thoughtful perspective to bear, brainstorm, be productive and fully proficient and can model/support/implement the Alzheimer’s Association brand.   Apply online at www.alz.org.  EOE   (1/16)

— The Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (Chicago) seeks a communications coordinator with at least three years media/PR/community outreach experience who will be responsible for implementing communications strategy, work collaborative with the organizing and policy teams, will work closely with the executive director, field media inquiries and identify who should respond, develop and disseminate messaging that includes talking points/statements/social media, draft/edit/send media materials, organize press events, coordinate the pitching of stories to media outlets, identify the appropriate media, draft/edit/find authors for op-ed pieces, post to social media, coordinate staff and stakeholders to plan broader media strategy for campaigns and coordinate staff and stakeholders to develop broader media strategy, writes and speaks well and has strong interpersonal skills; bilingual (Spanish-English) capability preferred.  Short writing sample and resume to jobs@icirr.org.  No calls.  EOE   (2/4)

— CBS-owned WJMK-FM, Chicago seeks a part-time promotions coordinator (Job #20986) for a classic hits-formatted station who is outgoing and hard-working, is creative, can work on location at station events/live broadcasts, can interact with listeners, can perform some clerical duties, is energetic and efficient, can multi-task in a lively and fast-paced environment, is cheerful and cooperative, is proficient with Microsoft Office and has a customer focus’ must be able to work days/evenings/weekends.  Apply online at www.cbsradio.com.  EOE   (2/13)

— CBS Radio/Chicago seeks a part-time promotions coordinator (Job #23799) who is outgoing and hard-working, is creative, can work on location at station events/live broadcasts, can interact with listeners, can perform some clerical duties, is energetic and efficient, can multi-task in a lively and fast-paced environment, is cheerful and cooperative, is proficient with Microsoft Office and has a customer focus’ must be able to work days/evenings/weekends.  Apply online at www.cbsradio.com.  EOE   (2/13)

— Cumulus Radio/Chicago seeks a part-time promotions assistant who can execute station promotions, assist in planning and management of station promotions, collect/copy/organize/disseminate promotional materials, assist in winner correspondence and fulfillment, interact with general public and clients during events, serve as a liaison for the promotions department, correspond with vendors and/or venue organizations and assure station vehicles are in safe working order.  Resume to Jeanine Moose, promotions director, at Jeannine.Moose@cumulus.com.  EOE   (1/10)

— WICS-TV, Springfield, IL seeks a promotions producer (Job #4465) who can write/shoot/edit promos while managing deadlines, knows Avid and Photoshop, communicates well and had advanced skills in AfterEffects; will produce daily syndicated and news topical promos and fill traffic logs with promotion inventory; must assist with station-sponsored events.  Apply online at www.sbgi.net.   EOE   (1/10)

— Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Senior promotions producer (Job #HR-SPP) responsible for writing and producing compelling on-air promos, image campaigns and commercials, is passionate about creativity that gets results, is always looking for ways to take production to the next level, can work closely with sales, can manage multiple projects at once, maintains a creative edge that gets results, is proficient in writing/producing/directing/editing, has advanced knowledge of Adobe Premiere/After Effects/Photoshop, has strong videography skills, knows large sensor/DSLR cameras and support rigs and can do station promotions and image campaigns for several stations; fluency in Spanish not a must but is preferred.   Send resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI, fax (414) 607-8189 or apply online at http://www.cbs58.com/category/306511/job-openings-at-weigel-broadcasting-milwaukee. EOE  (2/6)

— Wisconsin Public Television (Madison, WI) seeks a publicist/communications specialist (Job #11051) with 2-5 years experience who can devise strategic communication strategies and the tactical implementation of full campaigns and stand-along projects, can write online content management, work with the promotion manager to write/edit/distribute e-mail communication to members and audiences, can maintain regular contact with  media throughout the state, can maintain a current and updated knowledge of branding and new media communication, coordinate communications strategies for nationally-distributed projects as required, work closely with supervisor and others in the promotion and design departments to develop promotion strategies and budgets that make the best use of the full range of available options and to work with the airwaves editor/publicist to assign and complete the writing and editing of publicity materials for assigned projects that can include news releases, publications and other print pieces.  For a complete job description, apply online at www.careers.wisconsin.edu; questions can be taken b y Betsy Nelson, WPT, 821 University Av., Madison, WI 53706, call(608) 262-5221 or e-mail betsy.nelson@wpt.org.  EOE  (1/21)

— WNDU-TV, South Bend, IN seeks a promotion writer/videographer/editor (Job #15-16) who can edit promotion production with an emphasis on news promotion; must have commercial or promotional writing experience, know non-linear editing,  be well-versed in electronic field production and lighting and have an aptitude for computer-related work.  Tape/DVD/.online link and resume to Michael Fowler, promotion/programming mgr., WNDU-TV, Box 1616, South Bend, IN 46634 or e-mail Michael.fowler@wndu.com.  No calls.   (1/16)

— WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY seeks a senior promotions writer/producer with at least three years experience who will be responsible for on-air and digital promotion with a focus on image campaigns/PSAs/topical and sweeps promos and is capable of growing a creative arsenal with high-end 4Kequipment and state of the art gear that will add motion to any show, or working on lightning fast machines with a sophisticated array of plug-ins; demo reel a must, as is expertise in Adobe Creative Suite, including Premier and AfterEffects.  Apply online at http://careers.hearsttelevision.com/ShowJob/Id/645616/Senior-Writer-Producer/.  (1/16)

** CBS Radio/Minneapolis, MN seeks a part-time promotions assistant (Job #23945) who can represent the cluster’s stations in a positive manner at public appearances in line with the stations’ images and brand, can execute on-air station/sales promotions/special events, including set-up and breakdown of promotional equipment; will also assist in updating Web site content.  Pay $9/hour.  Apply online at http://cbscorporation.jobs/minneapolis-mn/promotion-assistant/859114F7AB4C446CAC1F6456AA309D22/job/.   (2/13)

— CBS-owned WOMC-FM and WYCD-FM, Detroit, MI seek part-time promotions coordinator (Job #22540) for a Top 40-formatted station who can assist in the on-site coordination of remotes/personality/appearances/station events, is energetic/efficient/capable of multi-tasking, can do contest winner fulfillment/mailings/database entry/Web site maintenance/listener correspondence, is a proven team player, can work a flexible schedule that includes days/evenings and weekends and is proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.  Apply online at http://www.cbsradio.com/careers.  EOE   (2/13)

— CBS-owned WXYT-FM, Detroit, MI seek a part-time promotions coordinator (Job #22541) for a sports-formatted station who can assist in the on-site coordination of remotes/personality/appearances/station events, is energetic/efficient/capable of multi-tasking, can do contest winner fulfillment/mailings/database entry/Web site maintenance/listener correspondence, is a proven team player, can work a flexible schedule that includes days/evenings and weekends and is proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.  Apply online at http://www.cbsradio.com/careers.  EOE   (2/13)

— CBS-owned WDZH, Detroit, MI seek a part-time promotions coordinator (Job #23242) who can assist in the on-site coordination of remotes/personality/appearances/station events, is energetic/efficient/capable of multi-tasking, can do contest winner fulfillment/mailings/database entry/Web site maintenance/listener correspondence, is a proven team player, can work a flexible schedule that includes days/evenings and weekends and is proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.  Apply online at http://www.cbsradio.com/careers.  EOE   (2/13)

** KWCH-TV, Wichita, KS seeks a promotions producer who can write/produce/edit news and programming promos, take responsibility for promo placement, can coordinate scheduling and has a flexible schedule.  Work samples and resume to the KWCH-TV HR mgr., 2815 E. 37th St. N., Wichita, KS 67219, fax (316) 831-1690, e-mail hr@kwch.com or apply online at www.schurz.com. (2/13)

 

— Openings at Newslink (Lincoln, NE):  Corporate journalist who can gather and write releases/articles, acquire photos, edit copy for a variety of products that includes magazines/newsletters/Web content/TV video releases and other projects; must make regular calls to customers, gather stories/calendar items/statistics, and be willing to travel; must be well-organized, know AP style and pay attention to detail.  Apply online at https://newslink.resumetracker.com/public.  (2/13)

— WSOC-TV, Charlotte, NC seeks a creative and organized promotions director (Job #1514607) with at least five years experience who is a team player, can take the station’s brand to a new level, has superior writing/shooting/editing skills, can supervise a team of producers to assure strategic brand reinforcement in all messaging, has experience in multi-platform promotion, is a strong communicator, can forecast/plan/execute station image campaigns and head up community involvement and internship programs; must know iNews, Premiere, Photoshop, AfterEffects and Canon cinema cameras and lighting.  Apply online at http://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/charlotte/marketing-﹠-promotions/jobid8402215-promotions-manager-jobs.  (2/13)

— NBC-owned KNBC-TV, Burbank, CA seeks a promotion producer (Job #19873BR) who can develop the brand identity for the news team, can work closely with leaders throughout the newsroom and station to weave the brand into everything the station does and can bring daily topicals/image campaigns/proof of performance spots/PSAs to life through creative/compelling/engaging promotion, can deliver assigned projects on time, can push the creative envelope to new heights and attend weekly planning/production meetings.  Apply online at https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25354&siteid=5108&jobid=254007.  (1/16)

 
SMALL PRINT:

Founded Oct. 13, 1993, the Illinois News Broadcasters Association/Chicago Headline Club JobFile lists job openings and internships in print, online and broadcast journalism, public relations and journalism education, focusing on the Midwest.  One need not be an INBA or Headline Club member to list or access openings, which are posted and made available free of charge to all.  If you know of any openings you may e-mail them to Bob Roberts, WBBM/WCFS, at BoRoWMAQ@aol.com.  All openings Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employers unless noted otherwise.  Listings may be edited for brevity.
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