The Hearst TV and radio stations played a role in collecting an impressive $7,801,549 in contributions to Baltimore-area non-profit organizations.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for two Local Sales Managers, an Assistant News Director, a Multi-Media Consultant, Creative Services Producer, Creative Services Editor, a Maintenance Support Engineer and a Building and Grounds Maintenance person.
Now, broadcasters can post three openings at three different stations/locations. A news producer in Rochester. An MMJ/reporter in Kansas City. A sales director in Fresno. All in one ad.
KCCI, Hearst’s CBS affiliate in Des Moines, Iowa, is hosting a live debate between the three Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate ahead of Iowa’s primary on June 7.
Once you’ve been the national TV correspondent for Hearst Television in Washington, D.C., reporting for dozens of the group’s stations across the country, what do you next? A position for the public good, says Sally Kidd.
All of Hearst Television’s stations will begin airing a special on April 21 that examines the changing weather patterns across the stations’ footprints.
Sally Kidd, Hearst’s national correspondent in Washington, D.C., handed in her resignation after 17 years covering “thousands of stories, interviews and live shots, 100s of congressional hearings and White House briefings, four presidents, two impeachments, one insurrection and a global pandemic.”
New jobs posted to TVNewscheck’s Media Job Center include openings in news, weather, engineering, digital, and sales for stations owned by Nexstar, Hearst, and Fox.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include 19 openings in executive management, business development, sales, tech ops, marketing and news for Nexstar, Hearst, News-Press & Gazette, CBS, Mississippi Public Broadcasting and RNN.
KCRA, Hearst’s NBC affiliate in Sacramento, Calif., spent 22 months investigating outrageous abuses of California’s unemployment system, which the station says is the worst taxpayer fraud in American history.