Veteran marketing and creative executive Drew Fowler has been named marketing director for Nexstar Media’s Indianapolis businesses: WXIN (Fox 59), WTTV (CBS 4) and their respective websites.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a director of sales, director of strategic marketing, creative services producer and a creative services editor, local sales manager and news director.
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.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a Broadcast Maintenance Engineer, Executive Producer, Digital Content Promotions Producer, two Promotions Producers, IT Support Technician, Chief Political Reporter, Reporter and News Producer.
Nexstar put news operations of two of its stations together at one location in the nation’s capital and branded it as DC News Now. Now, 100 days into the expansion, it has begun a branding campaign that outlines the central points of its news coverage philosophy.
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.
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.
For 29 years, WAVY Norfolk, Va., has teamed up with local businesses, nonprofits and churches to collect, clean and distribute winter garmets. This year it gathered more than 16,000 coats, a new record.
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.
Two TV stations — Tegna’s KING Seattle and Nexstar’s KXAN Austin, Texas — are using investigative journalism to differentiate themselves from their competitors. How do they make the station’s intermittent investigations into a reason to watch their news all the time? And is it successful?