New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for a sports director and content producer to lead year-round sports coverage for a dominant No. 1 news team.
Someone’s been going around Northeast Indiana throwing paint on buildings. And the perpetrators aren’t ashamed; in fact, they’re proud of what they’ve done.
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.
Local TV news is where viewers are turning now because the COVID-19 pandemic is a neighborhood story. And it’s not going away any time soon, it appears. Creative services directors from markets in Florida, Virginia and Indiana share their most recent marketing messages. The phrase “information you need” is truer now than maybe it’s ever been.
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.
This week there are a total of 23 new TV jobs in 20 large, medium and small markets posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center. Here are 11 openings in 10 markets west of the Mississippi River.
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.
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.
A search of YouTube reveals some recent news image spots on the air in Australia, Cleveland, Fort Wayne, Sacramento and Jacksonville.
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.