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MANAGER OF WEBSITE SERVICES at WSOC-TV

WSOCTV.com seeks a person to manage the content for the website. This person will work closely with News, Marketing, Sales and Corporate and will lead a 4-5 person content team in support of both local news content and non-news content. The ideal candidate is someone who is collaborative, proactive and a champion for all WSOC-TV platforms.
Candidates should respond in writing with the rest of the ad – tell us exactly what qualifications, background, experience and technical, managerial, and media skills the Manager of Site Services needs in order to perform at a consistently high level. Please send all correspondence to WSOC Television, Inc., Attn: HR Dept., 1901 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206. EOE M/F

By | July 12th, 2010|Broadcasting News|Comments Off on MANAGER OF WEBSITE SERVICES at WSOC-TV

Job Posting: Two Positions at KSAS/KMTW

FOX Kansas/My TV Wichita
Job Opening: Sales
Immediate/Full Time

Big 12 basketball, NFL, NASCAR, AMERICAN IDOL, MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, top syndicated programming and great support has made FOX Kansas a station on the rise. Now looking for an account executive with the needed ‘go getter’
attitude to get things done. In exchange, FOX Kansas offers top-notch benefits and training and an environment that allows you to succeed.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Generate local advertising revenue for the station.
* Develop new business accounts.
* Service existing accounts.
* Process advertising contracts.
* Assist production department in creating and developing marketing ideas for clients.
* Coordinate creative with the traffic department.
* Collection of accounts receivable.
* Participation in station promotional events.
* Car and valid driver’s license required.

CONTACT: Send cover letter and resume to
FOX Kansas- Account Executive
316 N. West St.
Wichita, KS 67203
job@foxkansas.com
Application available online www.foxkansas.com/

Current station employees, particularly female and minority employees are encouraged to apply, if qualified, and to refer female and minority candidates. KSAS/KMTW are Equal Employment Opportunity companies, no person shall be
discriminated against because of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions. CLOSING DATE: Job will remain open until filled.

KSAS/KMTW JOB OPENING #2

FOX Kansas/My TV Wichita
Job Opening: Producer/Director
Immediate/Full Time

Experience and Job skills: Creative, self-starter. Good writing and verbal skills a must. College degree and/or previous experience preferred. Basic PC and Mac skills. Basic knowledge of shooting, lighting and editing. Final Cut Pro editing experience preferred, but not necessary.
Duties and responsibilities:
* Work with clients on both commercials and presentations
* Must be able to produce a project from concept to finish, including any or all of the following: writing, directing, lighting, shooting and editing
* Must be organized and have good time management skills
* Must maintain good relationships with clients & co-workers.

CONTACT: Send cover letter and resume to:
FOX Kansas/myTVwichita
316 N. West St.
Wichita, KS 67203
Attention: Production
job@foxkansas.com

Application available online www.foxkansas.com/jobs/

Current station employees, particularly female and minority employees are encouraged to apply, if qualified, and to refer female and minority candidates. KSAS/KSCC are Equal Opportunity Employers, no person shall be discriminated against because of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions. CLOSING DATE: Until hired.

By | July 6th, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on Job Posting: Two Positions at KSAS/KMTW

Job Posting: Various positions available at KUVE (Tucson) and KTVW (Phoenix)

Two positions are available at KUVE (Single Market Account Executive and Television Maintenance Engineer) and two at KTVW (Television Maintenance Engineer and Photographer-Editor). Please feel free to contact Univision at (602) 243-3333 (KTVW) or (602) 232-3500 (KUVE) for more information.

By | July 5th, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on Job Posting: Various positions available at KUVE (Tucson) and KTVW (Phoenix)

Job Posting: Director of Broadcast Engineering at WICR Radio, University of Indianapolis

WICR-FM/UIndy TV at the University of Indianapolis is seeking applicants for the position of Director of Broadcast Engineering. This is a full-time, 12-month exempt position and will report directly to the General Manager of WICR-FM/UIndy TV.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the technical operation of a Class B FM public radio station multicasting in HD radio, a campus-wide cable television channel, and a television production facility. The successful candidate will train broadcast students and station staff members in the operation of radio and TV equipment; supervise and instruct students interested in broadcast engineering; teach selected technology-related courses in the University’s Department of Communication for additional adjunct faculty teaching contracts; and provide technical and computer support for department faculty and operations.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in radio/TV, telecommunications, or related area is required. Three years of experience in broadcast engineering in commercial or public broadcasting operations is preferred. Experience in RF transmission, HD radio technology, digital audio and video computer editing systems, computer networking and common applications, and knowledge of FCC rules/regulations is desirable. A master’s degree, previous teaching, training, and management experience, SBE certification, and experience in administration of Audio Vault, Avid, and /or Axia systems are a plus.

For consideration, please apply electronically at http://www.uindy.edu/visitors/hr. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The University of Indianapolis is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.

By | July 5th, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on Job Posting: Director of Broadcast Engineering at WICR Radio, University of Indianapolis

JOB POSTING: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEB PRODUCER-TEMP/PT

This is a temporary part-time position. WSOC-TV in Charlotte, NC needs a person to assist with their High School Football efforts Fridays – this will include but is not limited to updating their high school website by gathering scores from around the DMA, uploading video and offering any additional fresh content (videos, slide shows, stories) to the High School Football page. Additionallly, this person will assist in the Game of the Week efforts – communicating with schools, set-up, promotional efforts. Please send resume to Melinda Holt, WSOC-TV, 1901 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206. EOE M/F

By | June 29th, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on JOB POSTING: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEB PRODUCER-TEMP/PT

Want To Buy: Equipment for High School Campus Radio Station

Want To Buy: Equipment for High School Campus Radio Station

Looking to complete the final build of our school district’s campus-limited AM and FM student radio station and looking for equipment. Ideally seeking AM and/or FM modulation monitors, audio processing as well as CD or other studio equipment that would allow students to have a realistic learning environment. Your donation of used but serviceable equipment can be rewarded with a letter for tax purposes as this is a municipal school district. Reimbursement for shipping or pickup within a reasonable distance of Fairfield County, Connecticut. Thanks to the engineers who have already assisted and a thanks in advance to those willing to help in training the future broadcasters of tomorrow.

Contact: Bill DeFelice 203-854-4104 bill@norwalkps.org

Note: Bill was kind enough to answer CBI’s request for more information and supplied the following paragraph for those that are interested: “After some years we’ve finally begun to make progress with building up on on-campus radio station for our district’s high school. While a two studio suite was included as part of a building renovation which took place four years ago it wasn’t until recently that student interest made it possible to encourage the upper-level administration to complete this project. Like many things in the public education arena, the funding this project has received hasn’t allowed me to make much headway with building the station. Some local radio groups and engineers have been kind enough to offer their older legacy equipment to us. On some occasions the gear required substantial repairs of which unavailable components made these pieces unsuitable for our needs. Being a freelance broadcast engineer I myself have donated various pieces of equipment as well as studio furniture. We were fortunate to have received a couple of donated 70’s vintage Gates consoles that will serve as the on-air and production consoles. At the moment I’m seeking suitable audio processing for our campus-limited AM and FM transmitters and, ideally, AM and FM modulation monitoring equipment to augment teaching our students in an environment more like actual broadcast stations. For this first year, the campus station and companion webstream will be operating as a club while the curriculum is being developed to integrate the station into teaching classes in journalism and electronic media. The station will also allow student to study other broadcast- related subjects such as audio production, announcing, copy writing and sportscasting presentation. While I was lucky enough to become involved in my hometown’s 330 watt high school radio station at the age of 14 it is my hope to pay it forward and mentor students in the way I had been back in the 70’s – something that not only allowed me to learn about the broadcast industry, but allowed me the opportunity to become employed at several broadcast groups during my lifetime. Any assistance that will allow these students to learn and grow is greatly appreciated. Kind regards, Bill DeFelice, Norwalk Connecticut Public Schools”

By | June 10th, 2010|CBI News, Member News|Comments Off on Want To Buy: Equipment for High School Campus Radio Station

Job Posting: Various Radio Positions at Cox Radio in Tulsa, OK

Various job positions are available at Cox Radio in Tulsa, OK including News Director, Vice President-Market Manager, Sales Apprentice, and Account Manager. Contact Sheley Mark, HR Coordinator, Cox Radio, Inc. – Tulsa, 7136 S. Yale, Suite 500, Tulsa, OK 74136, (918) 493-8563 phone, (918) 492-6495 fax

By | June 9th, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on Job Posting: Various Radio Positions at Cox Radio in Tulsa, OK

JOB POSTING: MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CHIEF ANNOUNCER OF KRTU

Trinity University’s KRTU-FM, San Antonio, seeks a dynamic individual for the position of Music Director and Chief Announcer for a non-commercial, jazz and alternative student rock station.

Responsibilities: Responsible for supervising, scheduling and evaluating top quality, straight ahead jazz from 5 am to 10 pm. Works with the Associate General Manager for Programming and Operations and Operations Manager, to ensure music programming meets station standards, train program hosts, create original KRTU programming, review new releases, interact with industry representatives and cultivate listener-members. Hosts a weekday program and teaches a one hour practicum on radio hosting. Trinity University’s KRTU 91.7, a non-profit, listener supported radio station, is a resource of the Department of Communication that supports the academic curriculum while demonstrating Trinity University’s leadership in education and the arts.

Qualifications: Must have a college degree and extensive knowledge of straight ahead jazz from the early 1900s to the present. Must be able to help with the training, recruitment, and supervision of students and community volunteer announcers. Must have reliable transportation. Ideal candidate will have a background in jazz music and two or more years of radio experience.
Salary: Full-time, $30,000 to $35,000 per year.
Application deadline: July 19, 2010
Start Date: August 23, 2010 (negotiable)
To apply, please submit letter of application, resume, college transcript, three references, and an MP3 sample of your announcing. An application will be considered incomplete unless all materials are received.. Send your application package to Ronald A. Nirenberg, Associate General Manager, KRTU, Trinity University, One Trinity Place, San Antonio, Texas 78212-7200. For questions/clarification, contact Mr. Nirenberg at (2l0) 999-8159 or email at rnirenberg@trinity.edu. Trinity University is an EEO Employer.

By | June 9th, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on JOB POSTING: MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CHIEF ANNOUNCER OF KRTU

JOB POSTING: ASSOCIATE NEWS PRODUCER at WSOC-TV

WSOC-TV needs an Associate Producer who has good writing skills and experience in a television newsroom. This Associate Producer would work different shifts including overnights as needed to research and write stories for various newscasts and to post online. Associate Producer would train in producing newscasts. College degree, TV station internship or previous TV positions a plus. Please send resumes to Shelley Lynch, Executive Producer, WSOC-TV, 1901 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206. No phone calls please. EOE M/F

By | June 3rd, 2010|Careers|Comments Off on JOB POSTING: ASSOCIATE NEWS PRODUCER at WSOC-TV