New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a news producer in Memphis, a brand manager in Baltimore and a senior writer/producer in Albuquerque, N.M.
WMC, the NBC affiliate in Memphis, is looking for a motivated, innovative and aggressive news producer for its 10 p.m. newscast. This producer needs to hunt for fresh and interesting content that holds the attention of our viewers. This producer must be a creative writer and a meticulous fact-checker. This producer is a leader who energizes the 10pm team and also helps encourage and educate new producers. This is a great opportunity to grow in a dynamic news environment. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
You know that Memphis a pro basketball and hockey team. You know about Beale Street and all the entertainment the city has to offer. The University of Memphis is there, and the University of Tennessee also has a branch in Memphis. The city also boasts a wildlife sanctuary, the Lichterman Nature Center, two state parks, and the Memphis Botanical Garden, which houses an arboretum, a conservatory, and a Japanese garden. The average cost of a home here is $180,375, while the average two-bedroom/two-bathroom apartment rents for $726 a month. Memphis is known for mild winters and has more sunny days than Jacksonville. It’s known for great music and food. Memphis has one of the lowest costs of living for a large metro area.
KWBQ, the CW affiliate in Albuquerque, N.M., is looking for a brand manager responsible for developing and leading the overall marketing strategy of the station, and for designing the promotions that will achieve the objectives of that strategy. KWBQ is New Mexico’s home to the world’s best sitcoms (Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Seinfeld) and CW network hit shows (The Flash, Superman and Lois, Riverdale). Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Perhaps best known for the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta and as the setting for AMC’s hit show Breaking Bad, the city is a culturally rich and naturally beautiful metropolitan area. Albuquerque has long attracted new residents with its favorable economy and artistic atmosphere.
Albuquerque residents have plenty to keep them busy, from the art galleries of Old Town to the historic Native American sites all around the region. The Albuquerque BioPark’s zoo, gardens and aquarium are popular with families, and a host of museums are great places to spend the rare rainy day.
While its nightlife is tame by big-city standards, Albuquerque has a robust culinary scene that features local red and green chile peppers, and includes nationally recognized wineries and breweries. Albuquerque offers quick access to outdoor recreation, such as hiking, mountain biking and even skiing in the Sandia Mountains that border the metro area to the east. The Rio Grande that flows through the city center is a playground for kayakers, and miles of walking and cycling trails wind through its wooded banks.
Baltimore’s Fox affil WBFF, the flagship of Sinclair Broadcast Group, has an exciting opportunity for an experienced and creative senior promotions producer to join its award-winning and passionate team. Qualified candidates must be able to conceptualize, write compelling and enticing copy, shoot in-studio and in the field, direct talent and edit daily news topical and branding promos. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Baltimore’s elegant architecture, friendly people and lively pockets of nightlife and music make Charm City a pleasant and fun place to call home. The metro area also boasts a restaurant scene that goes beyond the city’s famous crab cakes, pit beef and Berger cookies. Baltimore is home to a variety of communities that are concentrated in the city’s neighborhoods, several dozen of which are designated as historic districts. Walking through these distinct areas provides a glimpse into the city’s worldly population.
Award-winning dining is not hard to find, and cultural offerings include an internationally recognized symphony orchestra and art museums with works ranging from ancient to current-day artists.
Another thing that brings residents together is support for Baltimore’s professional sports teams. Even on chilly winter afternoons or humid summer evenings, locals fill M&T Bank Stadium to cheer on the NFL’s Ravens and flock to Camden Yards to root for the MLB’s Orioles.