“We recognize that part of our role as a locally owned and operated television station is to support and help neighbors and businesses in need,” said Joel Davis, WRAL-TV’s general manager.
Capitol Broadcasting, which owns WRAL, the NBC affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., earned several regional Emmy awards for original programs. This Is Human Trafficking won in the categories of Public Affairs and Promo Spot/Program, while Black Country was honored in the Entertainment category.
Your ad on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center just got more compelling because it can now be more than just words. It can be a multimedia experience complete with pictures and videos.
WRAL, the NBC affiliate in the Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, N.C., market, locally owned by Capitol Broadcasting, is looking for a strong news producer. U. S. News & World Report ranks Raleigh as the 10th best place to live in the country.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in marketing, sales and news from Tegna’s stations in Austin and Minneapolis, Capitol Broadcasting’s WRAL in Raleigh, and Nexstar’s station in Jackson, Miss.
New TV jobs just posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center are for a newscast director for Capitol Broadcasting’s WRAL in Raliegh, and a news director for Scripps’ KSHB in Kansas City.
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.
Black Country introduces viewers to a Black America they haven’t seen on TV. An African-American culture dedicated to a country lifestyle; including horses, trail rides, bush track racing and raising younger generations to value the connection between nature, hard work and each other.