Minimum of 3 years of 여우 알바 experience preferred with local TV news division. APPLY NOW One to three years of television news experience as a newscaster preferred. Two or more years previous television news experience as an anchor/reporter preferred.
Full-time reporting/anchoring is highly rewarding and is an excellent launch pad for a career in News broadcasting, with a possibility to move to sports. This is an entry-level position, but experience in shooting video and being on camera is required. The person selected for full-time reporting/anchoring should be self-motivated, ambitious, and ready to do whatever it takes to deliver quality content.
Candidates must have extensive experience producing content for both linear, digital, and social platforms in the news, lifestyle, and entertainment spaces. Experience shooting and editing videos for TV and social media platforms is also desired, but not required. If you have got good story ideas, good contacts, and a penchant for breaking news, please apply.
Pitch, cover, and produce daily and breaking news stories as well as features stories to the News Desk on deadline, using platforms as appropriate. Report science stories, feature stories, and produce special features, as assigned. Source, research, report, write, produce and present news stories for broadcast.
Demonstrate the ability to locate and originate stories, report accurately and rapidly, and meet deadlines. Demonstrated ability to use public records, Internet research, social media, interviews, and other reporting techniques to inform stories. Excellent communications skills to handle contacts and relationships via e-mail, social media, and telephone with reporters.
Experience working with production automation systems such as Ross Overdrive, the ability to work under pressure, great communications/people skills, the ability to multitask in a deadline-sensitive environment, strong technical & computer skills, the ability to be flexible in scheduling & assigning assignments, an understanding of the FCCs programming records, and all of the FCCs broadcast regulations. Selects and researches topics; writes and produces reports for broadcast and digital platforms; develops contacts and interviews sources; maintains notes, recordings, and files; manages social media presence for newsgathering, news dissemination, and branding purposes.
Ideal candidates will have at least 3 years of newswriting and production experience, as well as the ability to work rapidly under consistent deadline pressure. KVOA, an NBC affiliate TV station in Tucson, is hiring for several positions, including news producer. Arizona Public Media, an NPR affiliate station on campus, is hiring for multiple positions, including associate journalists, senior journalists, and producers.
Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is looking for a number of journalists to join our award-winning Tucson team. If selected, you will join an ever-growing team of dynamic journalists creating unique stories about the Southwest for our audience in southern Arizona on radio, TV, and online. KEZI 9 News Producers also play a major role in the distribution of news stories to a variety of platforms including TV, digital, and social media.
Television and radio stations utilize social media to give news updates or updates on the air. This is particularly helpful to TV and radio stations, as social media provides a free way of advertising what they are working on that day. Most journalists publish their stories to their stations websites, along with videos.
A web producer can usually be asked to write blogs for the stations website, and can encourage other reporters and anchors to do so. Some anchors may also be required to publish stories on the Web, in addition to recording updates to newscasts on radio. To reduce costs, many television stations also require reporters to also edit and produce their videos.
A cameraman will usually work closely with a reporter, filming interviews and any extra videos that are needed for a story. A general assignment journalist will shoot his or her own photos and the occasional video, as well as help out with copy editing, social media and website management. An assignment editor assigns teams to journalistic stories, and decides which photographers and reporters work in tandem on a field assignment.
The reporter is expected to propose and write news stories about a local area. The reporter will produce original features for radio, digital, and on-demand, and also cover everyday news stories, if needed. The individual will be responsible for managing a news show, providing newsroom and creative direction to the show.
Other duties as assigned by Sports Director, News Director, or General Manager. The media relations lead reports to the media relations manager and will work closely with social media, creative, narrative, and marketing teams.
Guided by analytics and industry best practices, a SCNG Social Media Producer supports the Southern California News Groups social media teams, producing or iterating on pieces assigned by the audience engagement editor. The SCNG social media producer is charged with the distribution of our journalism across non-platforms and contributing to the organizations audience engagement mission.
Additional qualifications Experience in news tracking, journalist databases, and newswire tools, notably Cision, Meltwater, and PRNewswire. Five or more years experience in journalism or a comparable role, including experience covering a beat. You should have a keen interest in the media landscape, as well as some experience working with reporters and getting media coverage. You will also have a flair for finding stories that resonate, and for telling those stories in ways that are appropriate to news media.
You should be a strong journalist, an aggressive beat reporter, and an exceptional writer, who can craft clear, succinct, highly visual stories out of complicated materials. Journalists should be able to cover breaking news, live-ad-lib when needed, work on deadlines, and be unafraid of asking difficult questions. KABC-TV is looking for someone to become an experienced, creative producer, team player, and excited to build the future of local news in one of the nations most competitive markets. There, a producer makes sure that newscasts are finished on time, gives weathercasters and reporters on the ground the right cues on timing, and makes sure that programs are running smoothly.