New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an assistant chief engineer, an MMJ/reporter, a broadcast/IT engineer, a creative services producer, a director of technology, a sales support coordinator, a news director, an executive producer and a weekend anchor/reporter.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a creative services photographer-editor and a promotions producer and assignment editors for Cox, Nexstar, Capitol Broadcasting and Quincy stations.
Their broadcast area was heavily damaged by an Aug. 10 derecho with 140-mph winds that lasted for 45 minutes. There is extensive damage to cities, homes and agriculture stretching from the center of the state and east into Illinois. A 40-mile-wide path of destruction is so severe it can be seen from satellite images.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s MediaJobCenter include openings for assistant news directors, executive producers, news producers, reporters, promotion managers and engineers in Texas, South Carolina and Iowa.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a general manager, news director, news producers, account executives, MMJs, creative services director, news anchors, and sports journalist in eight different markets.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for general managers, meteorologists, news producers, digital content creators, assistant news directors, multimedia journalists, assignment editors and chief engineers from Dallas to Dubuque, from Lansing to Lafayette.
KWWL, Quincy Media’s NBC-CW -affiliate in Waterloo, Iowa (DMA 90), is airing a live, half-hour special on the coronavirus situation. The special, Coronaviris: Facts. Not Fear, airs tonight at 6:30.
Growing Forward: The Future of Farming In Iowa examined the impact of the trade war, the stresses of the business and the changing technology, as well as the issue of what happens to the family farm if nobody’s left to work it.
This past week on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center, Tegna, Cox, Hearst, Gray and Quincy have posted job openings at stations in Biringham, Orlando, Phoenix and Waterloo, Iowa.
When KWWL realized its market had a racial disparity problem, it addressed it head on. “We were greatly disturbed by this ranking and wanted to do something about it,” said Mike Cunningham, the Quincy Media NBC affiliate’s marketing director. Viewers were impressed. “We are blessed to have the caliber of journalists we do in our market,” said one.