Your ad on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center just got more compelling because it can now be more than just words. It can be a multimedia experience complete with pictures and videos.
Your ad on TVNewsCheck’s MediaJobCenter just got more compelling because it can now be more than just words.
It can be a multimedia experience complete with pictures and videos.
Got a station (or corporate) recruitment video you want to include? Post your job on MediaJobCenter.com, then send your photos and links to your video(s) to Paul@NewsCheckMedia.com. We’ll embed your videos and place your photos in your ad.
Here are some examples of station and broadcast company recruitment videos:
WBOC, Salisbury, Maryland (DMA 136)
NOTE: Click here to see WBOC’s current ad
Capitol Broadcasting Co.
Or maybe you want to create a short one specific for the opening? Looking for news staff?
Have the news director on camera tell potential candidates why they should work there. You can put potential candidates inside your newsroom and studio where they can hear and see other staffers talk about the merits of your station.
Looking for sales staff?
Have the general manager and/or sales manager tell candidates the benefits of working there.
Have your sales staff in the video with a word or two to encourage any potential candidate to apply.
The point to these custom videos is to open the door to your shop, show potential candidates who you are and what it’s like to work there.
Or perhaps you want to include videos about your market. I can recommend some and once you approve, we include it.
Pictures? Could be pictures of your market or your station. Pictures of your staff in light moments doing their job. Pictures of other staffers holding awards, or meeting with customers.
And the best part to all of this added power to your ad on TVNewsCheck?
The ad prices are still the same: $349 for a four-week posting and $249 for two weeks.
Your job and market still gets profiled in my Market Share Monday column which gets shared on Twitter, TVNewsCheck’s Facebook page and LinkedIn, where I have almost 13,000 connections and belong to some 20 major broadcast groups.
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