TV managers weigh in on the difficulties of recruiting, especially when it comes to the most difficult job openings to fill in local TV — news producers, account executives and creative services writer/producers.
Since 2015, more than 385,000 pets — and counting — have found new homes through NBC and Telemundo stations’ Clear The Shelters initiative. Pets of all types living in shelters for months and even years found new homes during Clear The Shelters 2019.
WHO, Tribune’s NBC affiliate in Des Moines, Iowa, gave visitors to the Iowa State Fair a kernel of corn to place in the Mason jar of their favorite presidential candidate. “While we know the corn poll isn’t scientific, it has proven in the past to be a pretty reliable measure of the attitudes of Iowans at fair time,” said David Price, WHO’s political reporter.
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Last week on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center, new jobs in highly desirable markets were posted for a TV news producer at Capitol Broadcasting’s WRAL in Raleigh, N.C., and for an assignment editor at Tenga’s KPNX in Phoenix.
WBAL presents Justin, Scott and Spiegel Shouldn’t Be On TV. The half hour show will premiere this weekend immediately following Saturday Night Live.
The show will capture the country’s passion for cars as more than 40,000 vehicles and more than one million visitors pack a 16-mile stretch of historic Woodward Avenue to join in the celebration.
Animals in shelters all over the country are practicing good behavior in anticipation of NBC/Universal’s Clear the Shelter adoption initiative this Saturday. And for thousands of pets in shelters, this Saturday will have a happy ending. It could be the plot for a new animated movie.
WXYZ’s winning entry aired in October and explored the issues voters were facing in the election and the role the African American vote might have on the future of Michigan.
I’m not an expert in recruiting, and my suggestions are based on my experiences trying to hire staff in creative services, and feedback I’m getting from station managers in sales, creative services, and news about their challenges finding qualified candidates for their departments since I’ve become the manager of TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center.