The social media specialist’s primary responsibility is to work directly with Sinclair’s stations to define and enhance their social media strategy.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, headquartered in Hunt Valley, Md., needs a sharp and highly motivated social media specialist to join their growing corporate social media team.
The social media specialist’s primary responsibility is to work directly with Sinclair’s local stations to define and enhance their social media strategy. They will be tasked with reviewing the wins and opportunities of the stations’ social media presences with an in-service approach. Ideal candidates will be able to analyze and understand social media content anecdotally, and analytically, to help stations and on-air talent enhance content decisions through collaboration. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
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