New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings at Sinclair and Nexstar stations for sales management in Las Vegas and Indianapolis, and a creative services director opening for Graham’s station in Roanoke, Va.
Sinclair Broadcast Group needs a regional national sales manager based in Las Vegas (DMA 39). This role encompasses national revenue management for its stations and digital platforms. The ideal candidate will have a keen attention to detail, be highly organized and demonstrate a proven ability to impact market share and revenue growth.
The RNSM must be able to build direct and agency level client relationships as well as motivate and guide a team of sales assistants. The ideal candidate demonstrates a strong work ethic, a highly competitive passion to win, and a proven ability to create revenue opportunities on both linear and digital platforms. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Las Vegas has a reputation as an adults-only playground. However, just beyond the Strip, residents enjoy pleasant suburban communities, world-class restaurants and beautiful parks undisturbed by the glare of neon lights. Cultural institutions and numerous museums offer quiet alternatives to the Strip, while nearby state and national parks offer ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
There are plenty of kid-friendly activities available to keep families busy like museum exhibits, botanical gardens and unique, desert-themed playground. For residents who crave cooler temperatures and snow, the Lee Canyon ski and snowboard area in the Spring Mountains near Mount Charleston is a just over an hour’s drive from downtown Las Vegas.
WSLS, the Graham Media Group-owned NBC affiliate in Roanoke, Va. (DMA 69) needs a creative services director, a unique opportunity for an inspired thinker who will lead the promotions team in their new broadcast facility.
The next creative services director will oversee the brand image strategy for WSLS and its execution on all platforms; develop promotional strategic plans and campaigns for news and local/network programming; manage production and outside media budgets, among other duties. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Roanoke, a city in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia, is about 160 miles west of Richmond. Surrounded by scenic beauty, the Roanoke region is a perfect destination for visitors wanting a little of everything in a Blue Ridge mountain getaway. Take in the arts and culture, shop, eat and enjoy the wealth of outdoor recreation in the heart of its breathtaking mountains.
Roanoke is ranked No. 3 on the new list of 2018 Best Affordable Places to Live published by Livability. According to the criteria on the publication’s website, the list was compiled based on a review of over 2,000 cities around the country and selected based on a combination of cost of living, entertainment, median income, economy, health care and amenities.
With more than 600 miles of trails and a reputation as one of the best regions on the East Coast for outdoor recreation, combined with a local economy that is reinventing itself around health care and technology and an affordable cost of living, Roanoke is becoming a very attractive place to live, as evidenced by its spot on the list.
WXIN-WTTV, Nexstar’s CBS and Fox affiliates in Indianapolis (DMA 25) need a director of sales to oversee all aspects of the sales department for this duopoly, including staff management, advertising inventory throughout all channels, revenue goal setting and achievement, and budgeting.
This is a unique opportunity to run a duopoly with two separate sales organizations for these FOX and CBS stations and sell the wealth of programming that comes with that rare combination. This includes two separate and unique news operations to compliment two top networks. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Indianapolis is about a couple hundred miles south of Chicago and about 100 miles northeast of Cincinnati. Indianapolis is home to one of the world’s largest children’s museums, as well as professional and college sports teams and miles of recreational trails. Indianapolis’ lively downtown is easily walkable. With so many things to do, Indianapolis allows its residents to experience big-city living without too much effort.
The metro area includes an array of neighborhoods and suburbs, and many offer their own shopping and entertainment venues. Even so, suburbanites still venture downtown for its shops, theaters and restaurants.
A few miles northeast of downtown, Eagle Creek Park’s more than 3,900 acres of land and 1,400 acres of water host many community-based clubs for activities like sailing, rowing and shooting. The median price for a home is $173,000 and rent averages about $860 a month.