New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for executive producers, investigative reporters and producers openings at Hearst and Sunbeam stations.
KCCI, Hearst’s CBS affiliate in Des Moines, Iowa (DMA 68) is looking for a dynamic executive producer to lead its evening news team. The executive producer will manage, coach, and motivate a team of producers, reporters, anchors and photographers. The ideal candidate can calmly handle breaking news when it happens and, when it doesn’t, can create a compelling product that delivers interesting and relevant content to our viewers. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
KCCI is also looking for an investigative reporter to join a nationally-recognized, award-winning team of journalists. The investigative reporter will juggle multiple projects, working on long-term investigations while also being part of the daily editorial process. Develop ideas for realistic, executable, timely and important investigations. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Des Moines is listed as the ninth best place to live according to U.S. News and World Report, which also ranked it as one of the top five most affordable and best cities to live in and Livability.com calls Des Moines a millennial hotspot. Elegant Colonial and Tudor-style homes built in the early 1900s hide in quiet neighborhoods minutes from buzzy downtown, where lofts and condos draw the millennial crowd. Many families with kids flock to the suburbs where new housing developments continually pop up.
And there’s plenty to do and see in Des Moines. Cultural events and festivals draw all ages to the downtown area. One-of-a-kind shops, locally owned restaurants and hip bars enliven entertainment districts. And plenty of bike trails and parks (and even a few lakes) provide opportunities for outdoor recreation. The median price for a house in Des Moines is about $170,000 and average rent is about $800 a month.
WHDH, Sunbeam’s independent station in Boston needs an executive producer, an investigative producer/reporter and an investigative producer/reporter.
The executive producer should generate creative story ideas and lead WHDH’s award-winning 12-person team to get those stories on-air in the most compelling way.
The investigative producer should be a self-starter and can work as an off-air reporter piecing together captivating and meaningful investigations. Must possess excellent researching, interviewing, and writing skills.
The investigative reporter should be a memorable storyteller with a proven investigative track record. Must be a solid journalist, aggressive reporter and excellent writer who can create a clear, concise and highly-visual story from complex material.
Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
According to U.S. World & News Report, Boston is the 18th best place to live in the country. Boston often feels like a small town with all the perks of city life. The metro area features a diverse culinary scene, access to the cultural institutions, and proximity to world-class schools, employers and health care.
It is a region of sports enthusiasts, artists and entrepreneurs. For new families, recent college graduates, retirees or seasoned professionals, Boston is a place that can foster your next stage of life, whatever that may be.