New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a technical media producer, which is a combination newscast director and master control operator, and a part-time graphic designer.
WWBT, Gray’s NBC affiliate in Richmond, Va. (DMA 54), has an immediate opening for a technical media producer. A TMP combines the roles of a traditional newscast director and master control operator. The successful candidate will have experience switching live television, be it in a newscast or a master control setting. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Richmond sits on the James River, about 100 miles west of Virginia Beach and the Chesapeake Bay, and just 70 miles east of Charlottesville. The U. S. News & World Report says Richmond is the only region in America with whitewater rapids running through its downtown district. Downtown Richmond is anchored by Virginia Commonwealth University, which draws a large crowd of younger part-time residents.
World-class museums, a vibrant food scene and a wide array of entertainment options from concerts and theater performances to family-friendly festivals can be found in Richmond. The Richmond metro area features more than 100 local parks and plenty of recreational activities.
With a wide range of housing options, the Richmond metro area appeals to a varied demographic, from young families to retirees. The median home price is $225,000 and monthly rent averages $1,100.
WRNN, an independent station serving the New York City television market, is looking for a part-time graphic designer at its Cherry Hill, N.J., location. The graphic designer is responsible for creating broadcast graphics for daily content offering a standardized concept throughout RNN show/properties. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Cherry Hill sits just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, and according to Niche, there’s almost no place in the state that’s better to live. Cherry Hill got an A in Niche’s 2019 rankings, taking to consideration the quality of local schools, family life, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics, nightlife, diversity and access to amenities.
According to Niche: “Living in Cherry Hill Township offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Cherry Hill Township there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals and retirees live in Cherry Hill Township and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Cherry Hill Township are highly rated.”