Taking a page from the network news, local TV stations can create a sense of immediacy and urgency right at the beginning of the newscast. “That’s the secret sauce,” says Greg Derkowski, a veteran trainer.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a primary news anchor, a weekday evening anchor, a weekend morning anchor/reporter/MMJ, and a reporter/MMJ.
Two local TV stations, KING in Seattle, and WMTV in Madison, Wisconsin, have separately helped raise nearly 27 million meals for food banks to feed the hungry in their markets.
“Nate has obvious talent and I look forward to having him work alongside our incredible creative services department here at WBRC and taking our #1 station to new heights,” says Collin R. Gaston, WBRC’s GM.
The primary goal of the scholarships is to help students from diverse backgrounds, who reflect Sinclair’s audiences nationwide, complete their education and pursue careers in broadcast journalism, digital storytelling and marketing.
Both KXAN Austin, Texas, and KING Seattle have made investigative journalism the foundation of their branding. But what about the reporters who do the leg work? What’s their take on the stations’ branding?
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a general sales manager, a producer, a sales director, morning news reporter and executive producer, and a photojournalist.
Sinclair Broadcast Group just completed its fifth annual Producer Academy for college students interested in pursuing a career in broadcast news. What’s Sinclair’s message to these students? And what is it hearing back?
KAKE’s campaign, succinctly titled Trust, seeks to answer one prevailing question: Why should the public trust local news?
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an IT manager, a sales and management chief, a digital product manager, a graphic artist, a general manager, a weekend evening and morning co-anchor/MMJ and a weekend meteorologist/MMJ.