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witihr@fox6now.com. EOE (10;/28)

-- Openings at WISN-TV, Milwaukee, WI: News director who has strong leadership and communication skills, has solid news judgment, is a people person, has good organizing and budgeting skills, has a track record for compelling TV journalism, promotes enterprise and a contemporary presentation and can do strategic planning/marketing/digital content enhancement/overall staff development; apply to Jan Wade, Pres./GM, fax (414) 342-4486 or e-mail jwade@hearst.com. GA reporter (Job #012512) with at least three years experience who loves breaking news, can break away from the pack, can enterprise and investigate stories that matter, can dig deep, is a good storyteller, can connect with viewers, thrives on the urgency of delivering breaking news both on air and online and works well and works smart under tight deadlines; apply with DVD/online link, resume and references to the WISN-TV HR Dept. 759 N. 16th St., Milwaukee, WI 53233, fax (414) 342-4486 or e-mail wisnhr@hearst.com. No calls. EOE (10/6)

-- Openings at WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI: Producer (Job #HR-P) with at least two years experience who writes well and can produce newscasts that are fast-paced and high-energy. GA reporter (Job #HR-GAR) with at least two years experience who has good writing and storytelling skills; must be able to go live smoothly and consistently. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #HR-MMJ) with the same abilities. Send tape/DVD and resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or e-mail ccamps@cbs58.com. EOE (9/29)

-- Openings at WKOW-TV, Madison, WI: Hard-working assignment manager with at least three years experience who can keep a comprehensive and detailed file of news stories, can keep tack of current events as it affects the assigning of news stories, assign staff in daily coverage, assist in the scheduling and supervision of the news staff and produce newscasts as needed; resume and references to Joe Radske, ND. Producer (see content producer/reporter-producer job under “online”). Bright, motivated weekend morning anchor/reporter-videographer who is energetic, an aggressive and competitive journalist who can be a presence in the newsroom/on the set/out in the field, is a great writer, can deliver compelling stories under deadline pressure, has a track record of enterprising unique stories, can shoot video and edit it on non-liner equipment and is ready to be on the go all the time; DVD, resume and references to Joe Radske, ND. Weekend evening anchor/reporter-videographer with the same abilities; DVD, resume and references to Joe Radske, ND. Reporter/content producer (multimedia journalist) who will edit video and sound for air/Web/mobile/social network use, will research and write, is intensely competitive, is a creative self-starter, works well with minimal supervision, can adapt to a flexible schedule, takes ownership of stories, works well in a deadline-driven environment and wants to move into management down the road; background with iNews, Word, Excel, Outlook and the WorldNow CMS is helpful; DVD and resume to Jessica Miller, HR mgr., WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail jmiller@wkow.com. EOE (10/6)

-- Openings at WISC-TV, Madison, WI: Producer with at least one year experience who is a newsroom leader, can consistently deliver high-quality newscasts, can write stories, can set up live shots, can edit and post to the Web site and mobile platforms, can lead the production staff with technical presentation and is a thinker. DVD and resume to the WISC-TV HR Dept., 7025 Raymond Rd., Madison, WI 53719, fax (608) 278-5568 or e-mail HR@wisctv.com. EOE (10/6)

** Openings at WMTV, Madison, WI: Producer for its morning show who thrives on owning he big story over the air and online, understands the power of social media, knows that the morning’s news is not necessarily last night’s news, can present ideas that deliver viewer/customer benefit, is a superior writer, is aggressive/passionate/motivated/creative and can work well on overnights. Weekend meteorologist for its 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. newscasts three days a week and its weekend evening newscasts who can present a dynamic cast that viewers understand, can cover and deliver breaking weather information with accuracy and urgency as needed, can win severe weather on all platforms and understands the power of the media; background with Weather Central equipment a plus. DVD and resume to the WMTV Personnel dept., 615 Forward Dr., Madison, WI 53711 or e-mail cgegg@nbc15.com. No calls. (10/28)

** Openings at WSAW-TV, Wausau, WI: Morning anchor/producer who has good news judgment, strong writing skills, a strong work ethic, can produce compelling content accurately and quickly, has a sense of urgency and a team attitude, can work holidays and knows non-linear editing (iNews background strongly preferred). Weekend anchor-producer/reporter with the same abilities. Technical media producer who is a self-starter, can direct live newscasts, can monitor on-air signals, can ingest daily programming, has strong computer skills, communicates well, has a flexible schedule and knows master control; experience with Ross Vision Switchers, Ross Overdrive and Harris Automation is a plus. DVD/online links and resume to Mikel Lauber, ND, WSAW-TV, 1114 Grand Av., Wausau, WI 54403. (10/28)

-- Openings at WBAY-TV, Green Bay, WI: Producer with at least one year experience who can supervise staff, prepare scripts, field produce, produce graphics and research stories; should have good news judgment and be proficient with non-linear editing while working knowledge of ENPS is preferred. Tape/DVD, resume and references to Tom McCarey, ND, WBAY-TV, 115 S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54301 0or e-mail tomm@wbay.com. (10/10)

-- Openings at WFRV-TV, Green Bay, WI: Executive producer who can oversee staff, consult on decisions regarding hiring/evaluation/promotion/termination, develop coverage strategy, critique projects and newscasts, assign projects to staff, assure achievement of viewer ratings goals, fill-in for the news director, work on-call on any shift, identify developmental needs of others, coach/mentor newsroom employees, meet deadlines, prioritize assignments, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, effectively listen to fully understand and address employee needs and communicate effectively no matter what the medium. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can arrange and execute interviews, review copy, correct errors in content/grammar/punctuation, follow prescribed editorial style, determine a story’s emphasis/length/format, search and analyze background information, pitch story ideas to managers and producers, receive assignments, evaluate tips and leads, discuss issues with producers and/or managers, review work as needed, check reference materials, shot/edit/perform live reports, produce and present reports for all platforms, assure that all content meets company standards, interact with viewers/users on social media sites and perform special projects as needed; must be able to work a shift that includes nights and weekends. DVD and resume to Kent Harrell, ND, WFRV-TV, 1181 E. Mason St., Green Bay, WI 54301 or e-mail kent.harrell@wearegreenbay.com. (10/20)

-- Openings at WGBA-TV, Green Bay, WI: Morning anchor/reporter with at least two years experience, including one year as an anchor, who can write/report, does smooth live shots/field anchoring, can edit stories, can front station promos, can develop contacts in the community, can become involved in community projects, can produce a newscast, has strong news judgment, has a smooth presentation, knows journalistic standards and ethics, works well under pressure and with others to develop newscasts that are compelling, is self-motivated and is creative; non-linear editing and videography skills a plus. Reporter/videographer-producer with at least one year experience who can write/report in the morning, can edit stories, can produce daily TV news reports, has sound news judgment, can generate story ideas, can cultivate sources, can file to the Internet and can field anchor as needed; background with P2 cameras and Edius editing equipment a plus. Tae/DVD/online link and resume to Bob Healey, ND, WGBA-TV, 1391 North Rd., Green Bay, WI 54313 or e-mail rhealey@jrn.com. (10/14)

-- WJFW-TV, Rhinelander, WI seeks a meteorologist/reporter-videographer who duties will include daily television/radio/online reporting of news and weather, is conversational, is appealing and professional and has background with social media; experience preferred, but the station will train the right weather person to cover news; meteorology degree preferred. Tape/DVD and resume to John Quarderer, ND, WJFW-TV, 3217 County Trunk G, Rhinelander, WI 54501 or e-mail jquarderer@wjfw.com. (10/6)

-- WXOW-TV, La Crosse, WI seeks a reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is a solid writer, has Web and social media skills, can go live smoothly, tells a compelling story and has a team attitude. DBVD and resume to Sean Dwyer, ND, WXOW-TV, Box C-4019, La Crosse, WI 54602-4019 or e-mail sdwyer@wxow.com. (10/6)

-- Openings at WRTV, Indianapolis, IN: Producer (Job #5260) with 2-5 years experience who can create/lead/organize content for multiple platforms, utilizes strong editorial/journalistic/communications skills, can enhance rundown content with graphics/video/research/station branding; and has strong communication and organization skills. Investigative producer (Job #5075) who is creative/energetic/innovative, produces well-told stories for TV and other platforms, can produce stories that will change laws and public policy, can make effective use of social media for story sourcing/ideas/promotion, can assist in developing/researching/writing special reports, can coordinate production of short- and long-term investigative reports, use computer databases to research and develop stories, conduct interviews in the field, do undercover field work and produce other special projects as needed. Investigative reporter (Job #5187) with the same abilities. Assignment editor (Job #4942) who can plan coverage, dispatch crews to stories ad breaking news, make calls to sources, assist in finding stories and doing research, publishing content online and be able to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced newsroom environment. Morning anchor/reporter (multimedia journalist – Job #4723) with at least three years experience who can gather and present news for broadcast and digital platforms, can enterprise lead stories daily, can develop sources through social networking and other methods, can deliver dynamic live shots, embraces transparent storytelling methods, can break stories on digital platforms and can work all shifts, including weekends and holidays. Videographer (Job #4902) with at least two years experience who can capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms, work closely with newsroom personnel to create and develop stories, knows lighting and computer-based editing, is proficient with live truck operation, has creativity ad has good news judgment. Apply online at https://www.scripps.apply2jobs.com, then send DVD or online link, with resume, to Kevin Finch, ND, WRTV, 1330 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202 or e-mail Kevin.finch@wrtv.com. (10/20)

-- Openings at WISH-TV, Indianapolis, IN: News director with at least five years senior management experience who is a team-building, is a hands-on leader, has solid news judgment, has strong people skills, can do tactical and strategic management of news operations, can hire/train/develop staff, can set and maintain ethical standards, can develop and execute a strategic plan that can improve the station’s competitive position in the market, is a great communicator, enjoys creating other people’s successes and can help others reach full potential. Weekend anchor/reporter-videographer who knows how to use the power of television to bring great journalism to life, can connect with viewers, can lead the way as a reporter, embraces the digital expansion of the media, can break stories, can work sources, and can edit what you shoot. Reporter/videographer (multiplatform journalist) who can use live locations to tell strong stories and connect with viewers, is experienced in active storytelling, fully understands delivery of content to the Web, can break stories, can make and work sources, can write and shoot and can edit what you shoot;. Tape/DVD, resume and references to the WISH-TV HR Dept., 1950 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202 or e-mail careers@wishtv.com. No calls. (10/7)

-- Openings at WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN: Content-driven producer (Job #300-DP) with at least four years experience who has the ability to seek out and present relevant and immediate stories that have a keen eye toward important news of the day and enterprise, is a self-starter, can juggle planning/producing/Web/social media responsibilities, is consistent and in charge, is flexible and is boundless energy. Investigative reporter/producer (Job #300-JH) with at least five years experience as an investigative journalist who will closely with the station’s I-team, develop topical and long-term investigative stories, can research/plan/execute stories with broad impact to the people of central Indiana, is expert at CAR, can develop sources, can handle complex investigations and can work with the station’s anchors and reporters to produce high-level investigations on multiple platforms; must write and interview well and be able to handle multiple projects at once. Reporter (Job #300-CP) with at least five years experience who can find and tell great stories in an enterprise-driven shop who can cultivate sources, break stories that can lead newscasts, turn great live shots, create additional digital content and values hard work. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. EOE (10/6)

-- Openings at WXIN-TV, Indianapolis, IN: Anchor/reporter (Job #2012-22748) who excels at coverage of breaking news and developing enterprise stories; must be able to meet tight deadlines. Associate producer (Job #2012-22779) who can write for air/Web/social media, is a good communicator, is well-organized, can fill in as a producer as needed, can update the Web site and social media, direct the editing of video, log video feeds, is familiar with ENG and SNG set-up, is informed on current affairs and can perform duties and make decisions under deadline pressure. DVD and resume to the WXIN-TV HR Dept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN 46278 or apply online at www.tribjobs.com. (10/20)

-- Openings at WSBT-TV, South Bend, IN: Executive producer who can oversee the content and flow of daily newscasts and other platforms, can mentor/lead/coach staff to produce engaging newscasts with accuracy and consistency, is highly effective in all media, can serve as a newsroom leader, is an example of a strong work ethic and initiative, has a positive attitude, is a good multi-tasker and possesses good news judgment. Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who can generate stories, can gather information, can shoot video and record audio, can edit video and sound to produce high-quality/compelling/unique news stories, can go live smoothly and effectively to deliver breaking news and has a good understanding of social media. Part-time videographer (photojournalist) who can shoot for all platforms, knows linear and non-linear editing, knows how to tell a story with pictures and sound, can edit high-quality HD video and sound and can work with reporters/producers/managers to help tell the news of the day effectively and can work a flexible schedule that may include travel. DVD and resume to the WSBT-TV HR Dept., 1301 E. Douglas Rd., Mishawaka, IN 46545 or e-mail rmalone@wsbt.com. (10/7)

-- Openings at WNDU-TV, South Bend, IN: Entry-level reporter/videographer (video journalist – Job #12-13) who can take charge of a story from beginning to end, can handle all situations, can cover in a clear and concise manner, can shoot and edit the needed video, can conduct interviews, can write well, can present complete packages and/or update Web stories. Experienced producer (Job #12-11). Associate producer (Job #12-12) who can write copy, assist the producer, update the station Web site, organize scripts, put video on the Web, shoot and edit video, organize scripts and run TelePrompTer; entry-level candidates will be accepted for this job. Tape/DVD and resume to C.J. Beutien, ND, WNDU-TV, Box 1616, South Bend, IN 46634 or e-mail
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