New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a maintenance technician, executive news producer, assistant engineer, reporter/MMJ, local sales manager, content manager and marketing consultant.
Nicknamed “Weatherman J” by his teammates while playing football and pursuing a degree in meteorology at the University of Oklahoma, Jaden Knowles wanted to be a broadcast meteorologist as far back as he can remember.
You remember the story: police raided a small-town newspaper in Kansas, seizing computers and phones. Pilar Pedraza, a political reporter for KAKE Wichita, got an exclusive sit-down with the woman at the center of the story.
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Led by Lynda Baquero, the consumer investigative franchise achieved success through a public commitment to returning every phone call and responding to every online inquiry. All inquiries are answered by the Better Get Baquero team.
Steve Noviello, KDFW’s consumer reporter, and John Kukla, the station’s creative services VP, look back through 20 years of collaboration featuring Noviello’s stories and Kukla’s marketing.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for two director of sales positions and an assistant news director.
“It is important to call attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” says Dominick Stasi, WGN Chicago’s news director. “We find it necessary to impart the latest information to our viewers, along with inspirational stories of survivors and those who make a difference in the fight.”
The campaign, “Know My Neighborhood,” introduces viewers to an inside perspective and guided tour of area neighborhoods conducted by people who know them best, the residents.
A new historical documentary from WRAL Raleigh, N.C., Ghosts in the Stadium, examines the unknown past of four iconic football stadiums in the Carolinas. “I had no idea the secrets we’d uncover at these sites,” says Cristin Severance, WRAL investigative documentary producer.