New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an IT engineer, a digital content manager, an anchor, an anchor/reporter, a news anchor/producer, an education reporter, a broadcast engineer, a meteorologist and photojournalist.
WWBT-TV, Gray’s NBC affiliate in Richmond, Va., seeks a full-time IT engineer who will provide hardware and software support for all departments on multiple computer and networking platforms using a wide variety of business and broadcasting software. End-user technical support skills are essential.
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CLICK HERE to read why U.S. News & World Report says in Richmond, modern-day attractions can easily be found in the region as well, including world-class museums, a vibrant food scene and an array of entertainment options, from concerts and theater performances to family-friendly festivals.
Allen Media Broadcasting’s KDRV-TV (ABC) in Medford, Ore., is looking for a digital content manager, an anchor and anchor/reporter, great team players eager to grow with the No. 1 station in Southern Oregon. CLICK HERE for more specifics and how to apply.
KDRV is located in the beautiful Rogue Valley near the Southern Oregon Wine Trail and is just a short drive away from great hiking, mountain biking, skiing, golfing, fishing, whitewater rafting, the Britt Festival’s concerts under the stars, and the Tony award-winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival. If you still need an occasional big city fix, then Portland and San Francisco are just a quick direct flight or a few hours’ drive away. Or visit waterfalls, redwood forest, Crater Lake National Park and the Oregon coast all in our coverage area.
WZMQ-TV 19, Marquette, Mich.’s new CBS affiliate, seeks a news anchor/producer. You will be able to help design and deliver a fresh approach to news in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. You must be a skilled interviewer and have excellent writing, communication and organizational abilities. You will be expected to be engaged on multiple platforms sharing stories from this vibrant community. CLICK HERE for more specifics and how to apply.
According to Make It Marquette, Marquette is a college town. Northern Michigan University has played an integral hand in the rich community development over the years. From restaurants and art galleries, all the way to bike shops and dealerships, there’s a real sense of authenticity in Marquette. The perks of living in Marquette don’t just end at our businesses, they extend into the outdoor culture here as well. Boasting one of the best natural environments for scenic, outdoor activities, Marquette is quite literally a breath of fresh air when compared to any of the big cities in America. Spread along the rolling Lake Superior shoreline, at the foothills of the Huron Mountains, Marquette’s natural landscape has something unique to offer within each of its acres.
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Locally owned and operated, WISH Indianapolis is seeking an experienced multimedia journalist to serve as an education reporter. You will shoot, produce, report, write and edit news content for all platforms that will engage the viewer. What’s needed is an employee who can multitask, is a team player and self-motivated to work in a fast-paced deadline-driven environment. CLICK HERE for more specifics and how to apply.
Indianapolis has a low cost of living, beautiful urban and suburban charm, and is the home of The Indianapolis Colts, Indiana University, Purdue University, Butler University, The Indiana Pacers, and The Indianapolis 500. Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana with a rich political history with all State Government activities as well.
CLICK HERE to read why U.S. News & World Report says, with so many things to do, Indianapolis allows its residents to experience big-city living without too much effort.
WITI, Fox6 Milwaukee, the city’s Fox O&O, has openings for a broadcast engineer, a meteorologist and photojournalist.
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According to the website, HomeIA, Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin, with around 600,000 residents in the city itself and roughly 1.6 million in the wider metro area. Its architecture and neighborhoods flaunt its history, from its industrial roots to its historic influx of German, Polish, Italian, and Irish immigrants. It’s a city that loves its sports, beer, festivals, and music, and local culture ranges from the refined (like the architecturally impressive Milwaukee Art Museum on the shore of Lake Michigan) to the down-home (like the traditional Friday fish fry). One of the great things about living in Milwaukee is that you get all the benefits while spending less than you would in most big cities in the United States.
CLICK HERE to read why U.S. News & World Report says young people are drawn to Milwaukee’s blue-collar roots, relatively low cost of living and exciting new development.
CLICK HERE to read why living in Downtown Milwaukee is a collection of wonderful neighborhoods containing vibrant community clusters, each with their own unique identity.