New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for multimedia journalists at WAAY in Huntsville, Ala., and a creative services director for KDRV in Medford, Ore.
WAAY 31, Allen Media’s ABC affiliate in Huntsville, Ala., is looking for hungry, passionate multimedia journalists who crave coming to work every day. The ideal candidates have a thirst for breaking news, public safety, education, cultivating sources and asking questions that will hold people accountable.
In return, WAAY will take the time and spend the money to invest in you. You will have a voice in the newsroom, opportunities for advancement and the most sophisticated technology in the industry. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
U. S. News & World Report ranks Huntsville as the 11th best place to live in the country. Huntsville’s city center has undergone a renaissance in recent years. An outbreak of new construction downtown means more shopping, dining and apartment options are on the horizon. Area restaurants offer everything from Vietnamese to German to Indian fare. More standard Southern fare, including barbecue joints and farm-to-table cafes, are also popular.
Because the climate is warm most of the year, outdoor concerts and events are plentiful. The downtown area hosts outdoor concerts, movies and food truck rallies almost every weekend (except in winter).. Meanwhile, Monte Sano State Park is a favorite with hikers and mountain bikers. Boaters and water sports enthusiasts head to nearby Lake Guntersville and the Tennessee River.
Allen Media Broadcasting’s KDRV (ABC) in Medford, Ore., is seeking a hands-on creative services director to join its team. The right candidate can make a day-one impact developing and guiding advertising and promotional campaigns for all of its content platforms — on-air, online and mobile.
Responsibilities include producing eye-catching, brand-focused news promos (image, topical, POP, special report & series) that will drive ratings growth. Candidates will also have the skills needed to produce highly creative, innovative commercial advertising for the station’s advertising clients and partners. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Medford is about 150 miles from the Pacific Ocean by car, mostly because you have to drive around the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, one of many national forests and parks surrounding Medford. Others include the Umpqua National Forest, Fremont-Winema National Forest, Crater Lake National Park, and Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Medford is located in the heart of Rogue Valley where the climate resembles the desired Mediterranean climate.
The town is southern Oregon’s largest and most diverse city, brimming with historical and cultural attractions while offering regional tax-free shopping. The entire downtown is on the historic registry. Take a historic trolley ride through town and then meander through boutiques, a variety of exceptional restaurants, wine bars, antique stores and art galleries.
Enjoy Medford’s Downtown Dine Around experience and select from a showcase of restaurants, including tapas, breweries, farm to table, or ethnic cuisine, all within steps of each other. Medford is situated in the center of many exciting adventures and experiences, like white water rafting, wineries, and hiking.