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									The JobFile       8/28/09

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    ** The Courthouse News Service seeks a part-time reporter who can
cover civil court in and around Columbus, OH, visiting courts in downtown
Columbus each afternoon and visiting surrounding jurisdictions weekly, to
review new civil filings on a 30-hour weekly schedule; legal background
is not required, but a demonstrated interest and ability in journalism is
a must. E-mail 3-5 writing samples and resume in .doc or .pdf format to (9/28)

    ** The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin seeks part-time copy editors who
will work 2-3 days a week, knows AP style, can write crisp headlines, do
proofreading and has strong time management skills while paying attention
to detail; legal expertise and/or copy editing background is a plus,
while journalism background is a must. E-mail your resume to the Law
Bulletin Publishing Co. HR Dept. at EOE (9/28)
   -- StreetWise (Chicago, IL) seeks volunteer (as in unpaid) freelance
writers and photographers who can contribute items to the weekly paper on
a regular basis on such topics as public education, real estate, sports,
business, politics and entertainment in beat fashion, attending live
events. Send 2-4 work samples and resume to Suzanne Hanney, editor, 1201
W. Lake St., Chicago, IL 60607, fax (312) 554-0770 or e-mail EOE (Indef.)
    -- RedEye (Chicago) seeks a creative and visionary news editor who
can direct its day-to-day news operation, take responsibility for shaping
the paper's cover packages, is a proven idea generator, is equally well-
versed in news and pop culture and is enthusiastic about delivering on
RedEye's unique mission, to serve Chicagoans in their 20s and 30s with a
high-energy newspaper that captures the daily buzz. Apply online at^5PthMsrE45
QId=0. EOE (9/18)
    -- The Wednesday Journal (Oak Park, IL) seeks a photographer for its
six weekly publications, three in Chicago and three in the near West
suburbs, who can also contribute to co-owned Chicago Parent magazine with
high-impact shots and a diverse range of subjects that will range from
breaking news to sports, features and some studio work; must know
Photoshop and video editing and be able to work a flexible schedule that
includes some nights and weekends. Portfolio/URLs and resume to Helen
Karakoudas, ME, 141 S. Oak Park Av., Oak Park, IL 60302 or e-mail EOE (9/8)

    -- Openings at Suburban Life Publications (Downers Grove, IL):
Designers who are experienced, have big ideas, have the drive to sell
editors on them, have the skills to get it done, show a strong instinct
for great design, can handle several tasks simultaneously within a team
environment, have the flexibility to work in multiple coverage areas, and
know Web design, video editing and photography; must have a solid grasp
of AP style, grammar, spelling and libel law.   News and sports reporters
who have big ideas, have the drive and skill to implement those ideas
quickly, believe in unique and community-focused enterprise journalism
that makes a difference in people's lives, can strive to tell stories in
non-traditional ways, can help readers understand quickly, place a heavy
emphasis on alternative story formats and can pursue opportunities for
multimedia storytelling that range from photo slideshows to videos. The
chain will consider only those applicants currently living in the Chicago
region or planning to relocate to the area. Send five work samples,
resume and a short letter outlining your abilities and goals to Mark
Colosimo, executive editor, 1101 W. 31st St., Suite 100, Downers Grove,
IL 60515 or e-mail (highly preferred) EOE
    ** The Kane County Chronicle (Geneva, IL) seeks a reporter with at
least one year experience (strong hands-on internships considered) who
thrives on working in a fast-paced environment, knows that community
coverage means a lot more than going to city council and school board
meetings, develops sharp stories on deadline that go beyond the obvious,
finds enterprise stories that has the entire market talking, can utilize
all of the best aspects of print and online to produce the market's most
complete and consistent home for news and information and is willing to
take an active role in all aspects of journalism;' experience with a
video camera and/or editing software is a plus. Your five best work
samples, a resume and an introductory letter that helps the editors
understand why you want to be a part of the Chronicle's future to the
Chronicle HR Dept., 333 N. Randall Rd., St. Charles, IL 60174 or e-mail EOE (9/28)

    -- The Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL) seeks a sports copy editor
who can edit with equal proficiency copy for the newspaper and the Web,
has an eye for design, can make good stories better, understands the
future of sports journalism and digital media's role in it, can work
nights and weekends and c an handle some news copy as well. E-mail
design/editing samples and resume to No calls. EOE
    ** Openings at the Rockford (IL) Register Star: Local/state editor
with at least five years news management background who can drive daily
coverage, wants to lead and motivate the reporting staff and supporting
editors, can drive issue-oriented news enterprise that will reflect and
shape the community from concept to execution, has solid news judgment
and language skills, can copy edit well, can work equally well with all
newspaper departments and stays cool on deadline; interest in business
news and connections to the Midwest a plus; pay up to $62K, depending on
experience. GA reporter with 3-5 years experience who has strong
language skills, has a thirst for perfection, stays cool on deadline, is
a team player, is curious and proactive and thinks Web first; pay $32-
40K/year, depending on experience. Clips and resume to Doug Gass, ME, 99
E. State St., Rockford, IL 61104 or e-mail EOE (9/28)

    -- Openings at the Sauk Valley News (Sterling, IL): Assistant sports
editor who can step in, produce great high school sports coverage
immediately, and can report, write columns, find features, paginate
creatively and quickly using InDesign and can edit copy; clips and resume
to Will Larkin, sports editor. Dedicated, energetic reporter who wants
to work on everything from front-age stories to investigative projects
and special sections; the ideal reporter is working the night cops desk
at a suburban weekly or other first job and is ready to move up and out.;
send up to five clips, resume and references (as attachments, if sent by
e-mail) to Rich Bird, ME, 3200 E. Lincolnway, Box 498, Sterling, IL 61081
or e-mail (with clips as attachments) to EOE (8/31)
    -- The Decatur (IL) Herald & Review seeks a versatile sports writer
who can keep up with an area in which top sports programs are many, and
the successful candidate can come away with more than just game stories;
must keep the paper ahead of the curve with its online components, be
able to perform copy editing duties once or twice a week and can help
provide comprehensive coverage of 60 area high schools, local colleges
and other sports assignments. Work samples and resume to Mike Albright,
sports editor, Box 311, Decatur, IL 62525 or e-mail malbright@herald- EOE (8/31)
    -- The Galesburg (IL) Register-Mail seeks a features editor who will
have creative control of two weekly sections and daily feature stories;
must write, develop story ideas, organize coverage, do some copy editing
and layout and has plenty of energy; preference will be given to regional
candidates, while applicants must have a background as a feature reporter
or editor. Work samples that show writing and management skills to tom
Martin, editor, 140 S. Prairie St., Galesburg, IL 61401, call (800) 747-
7181 x-250 or e-mail (9/21)

    -- The Belleville (IL) News-Democrat seeks a page designer/copy
editor for a universal desk who is versatile, is passionate bout creating
news and feature fronts that are engaging and content-driven, is skilled
at collaborating with both "word" and "visual" people, has a positive
work style and can do strong editing and headline-writing. Work samples,
resume and a letter outlining your strengths and how they would benefit
the paper to Jeffry Couch, editor, Box 427, Belleville, IL 62222 or e-
mail EOE (9/21)
    -- Openings at the Manitowoc (WI) Herald Times Reporter: Vesatile
reporter/copy editor who knows AP style, can cover county government and
the environment, can edit content on the paper's Web site to present a
sharp local focus and invite visitors to read more; multimedia skills are
a plus because the staff shoots and posts video from Flip to Sony; clips,
resume and references to Steve Reed, editor. Versatile reporter to
maintain excellence in local coverage in print and online, focusing on an
education beat that covers local public and private schools, three
colleges and local courts; will write for the front page from Day One;
mastery of AP style essential; clips, resume and references to Steve
Reed, editor, or e-mail Photographer who can shoot,
edit and post stills and video of news, sports and features, including
streaming video from the field; experience with at least a hands-on
internship desired; website URL or portfolio consisting of at least 20
photos in .jpg format on a CD, resume and references to Steve Reed, 902
Franklin St., Manitowoc, WI 54220 or e-mail (9/21)
    -- The River Valley Newspaper Group (La Crosse, WI) seeks an
energetic and experienced associate sports editor who will help to plan,
coordinate and produce sports sections for the La Crosse (WI) Tribune,
the Winona (MN) Daily News and several affiliated weeklies; must oversee
a staff of 8-10 full-time and two part-time staff, be proficient in Word
and Quark, be an idea person and be able to work 2-3 desk shifts a week;
the papers cover Division II Winona State University and local high
schools. Apply online at (9/21)
    ** The weekly Vernon County Broadcaster (Viroqua, WI) seeks a
reporter who can redefine the role of the community journalist; must be
motivated, not afraid to cover evening meetings and weekend events, be
eager to dive into a government bet, dig up stories that will grab
readers' attention, can develop multiple sources, can turn out copy that
is crisp and concise and can always meet deadlines; must shoot photos and
must update breaking news on the paper's Web site; the paper will
consider both seasoned journalists and recent grades. Apply online to
Matt Johnson, ME, at (9/28)

    -- The Marion (IN) Tribune seeks a creative, hands-on page designer
who has or can develop visual storytelling techniques, assist with a
fast-paced desk that publishes multiple products and is comfortable on
both platforms; experience outside of college with Quark and Photoshop a
must. Work samples and resume to David Penticuff, editor, 610 S. Adams
St., Marion, IN 46953 or e-mail (9/8)
    -- The Anderson (IN) Herald Bulletin seeks an energetic, aggressive
and experienced reporter to cover its cops/fire beat on a Tuesday-
Saturday evening schedule; should also be able to handle other
assignments; the paper will consider those with hands-on, high-quality
internships. Clips, resume and references to Steve Dick, associate
editor, Box 1090, Anderson, IN 46015 or e-mail (8/31)

    -- The Jasper (IN) Herald seeks an entry-level GA reporter who is a
solid reporter, is a good storyteller and can write both news and
features; fluency in both Spanish and English is helpful, along with
background covering state and county government and related issues. Send
4-6 clips, resume and references to Hak Haskins, ME, Box 31, Jasper, IN
47547-0031 or e-mail (9/21)

    ** The Jeffersonville (IN) Evening News seeks a sports reporter who
can cover nine high schools as part of a four-person sports staff in an
area that is passionate about HS sports, sharing some material with its
sister paper, the New Albany (IN) Tribune; there are also opportunities
to cover major sporting events, such as the Kentucky Derby, college
athletics and pro sports, although the focus remains local, including HS
and youth beats and coverage outside of football, baseball and
basketball. Clips and resume to Mike Hutsell, sports editor, 221 Spring
St., Jeffersonville, IN 47130 or email
    -- The Ames (IA) Tribune seeks a sports editor with five years
professional sports writing experience who understands and appreciates
the paper's place in the community, has the ability to motivate a small
staff to maximum efficiency, is a skilled reporter and editor, can
integrate print and digital products, understands and uses social media
and real-time reporting to enhance the sports report and build
relationships with readers and can work nights, weekends and split shifts
as needed; will oversee coverage of Iowa State University and high
schools in the area. No more than five clips, resume and references to
Alexandra Hayne, 317 Fifth St., Ames, IA 50010 or e-mail No calls. (9/21)
    -- The Dubuque (IA) Telegraph Herald seeks a high-energy reporter
with at least two years experience. Clips and resume to the Woodward
Communications, Inc., HR Mgr., 801 Bluff St., Dubuque, IA 52001, fax
(563) 588-5739 or e-mail EOE (8/31)
    -- The Ottumwa (IA) Courier seeks a copy editor/page designer with
strong editing, Quark and Photoshop skills; should have a strong grasp of
AP style; the paper encourages applications from recent grads. Work
samples and resume to Jeff Hutton, associate editor, 213 E. Second St.,
Ottumwa, IA 52501 or e-mail No calls. (9/21)
    -- The Joplin (MO) Globe seeks an experienced reporter who can handle
breaking news, features, community events and meetings on deadline; photo
and multimedia background preferred. Clips, photos and resume to Andy
Ostmeyer, Box 7, Joplin, MO 64801 or e-mail
    ** The Corbin (KY) Times-Tribune seeks a reporter who can cover local
government, breaking news and features in the city of Corbin; the paper
will consider recent graduates as well as those with weekly or daily
experience. E-mail clips and resume to Samantha Swindler at (9/28)

    -- The Georgetown (KY) News-Graphic seeks enterprising reporters who
recognize news, are willing to pursue stories, are fresh and innovative
writers and can mind beats such as local government, area schools and
police beats for both hard news and features; thorough knowledge of AP
style is a must, and the paper will consider recent grads. Clips,
resume, references and letter stating salary history and requirements to
Mike Scogin, publisher, 1481 Cherry Blossom Way, Georgetown, KY 40324,
fax (502) 863-9234 or e-mail (8/31)
    -- Openings at Landmark Community Newspapers (Shelbyville, KY):
General manager/editors with at least 10 years of newspaper experience,
including five years in management roles, who can work on a temporary
basis throughout the company, have a solid understanding of business
practices, can oversee advertising and circulation as well as news and
production and can work assignments that range from several weeks to
several months in any of 13 states; apply to Dan Sykes, Exec. VP.
Reporters and copy editors willing to relocate and move up in a group of
56 paid dailies and weeklies in 13 states; apply to Benjy Hamm, Box 549,
Shelbyville, KY 40066, call (502) 513-1157, fax (502) 633-4447 or e-mail (indef.)
    -- The Austin (MN) Daily Herald seeks a reporter who has a love for
writing, news gathering, community news and newspapers, isn't afraid to
ask the hard questions, has a knack for finding important and relevant
stories, can turn solid articles on pressing deadline, knows grammar and
AP style and understands the importance of a multimedia newsroom; must
also take charge of compiling all local obits during the week. Clips,
resume and references to David Richards, ME, 310 Second St. NE, Austin,
MN 55912 ort e-mail (9/21)

    ** The Worthington (MN) Daily Globe seeks a night editor who has
strong layout skills, is proficient in Quark, has a working knowledge of
AP style and can work with the rest of the night team. Resume to Ryan
McGaughey, 300 11th St., Worthington, MN 56187 or e-mail (9/28)
    -- The Hillsdale (MI) Daily News seeks a reorter who has a nose for
news, has a track record to prove it, can dig deep into a beat that will
include local government, schools and agencies, going far beyond local
meeting coverage; must know AP style, be flexible enough to cover
features and sports when needed, and can write for use in print and
online. Pay $360/week. E-mail clips and resume to James Pruitt at No calls. (9/21)

    -- The Jackson (MI) Citizen-Patriot seeks a part-time (28 hours/week)
copy editor/designer with at least three years experience who will also
archive stories, photos and pages, troubleshoot problems on deadline,
react to change productively, work well with the team, maintain high
productivity in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment, report for
work promptly and handle new tasks as assigned; experience with InDesign
and Photoshop, proofreading and creative design are musts along with the
ability to product accurate work product; must be available to work
nights and weekends. At least three design clips, resume and at least
three professional references to Jerry Sova, news editor, 214 S. Jackson
St., Jackson, MI 49201-2282 or e-mail (9/25)
    ** The Owosso (MI) Argue-Press seeks an entry-level GA reporter who
is ready to roll up the sleeves and churn out great copy; must live in
the paper's core area. Work samples and resume to Dan Basso, 201 E.
Exchange St., Owosso, MI 48867 or e-mail
    -- The Ashland (OH) Times-Gazette seeks a sports writer who
understands that some off the best stories can be found in high school
gyms and local sandlots; will cover HS, youth and community sports as
well as Division II Ashland University; the paper prefers candidates with
at least one part-time job or hands-on internship; preference will be
given to those from Ohio or surrounding states. E-mail 6-8 samples and
resume ASAP to Ted Daniels, editor, at
    ** The Findlay (OH) Courier seeks bright, creative, entry-level copy
editors who will handle local copy and the state wire and paginate inside
pages, including the obit page on a 4 p.m.-midnight shift; will also
fill-in as needed, help with new sections and handle some special
sections; online experience a big plus. Pay $25K/year. Clips and resume
to Peter Mattiace, Box 609, Findlay, OH 45839. No calls, faxes or e-
mails. (9/4)
    -- The Lancaster (OH) Eagle-Gazette seeks an aggressive managing
editor with 5-7 years of newspaper experience and 2-3 years as a manager
who can produce compelling content for use in print, online, and in non-
daily and niche publications that will grow its audience in a competitive
market; must lead the paper's Local Information Center and directly
report to the Gannett/NNCO executive editor, overseeing reporters,
photographers and data desk personnel and furthering playing a key role
in leading a community conversation with readers on topics of importance
through the writing of editorials and online conversations; must be
innovative, have strong leadership skills, know how to reach target
audiences, display a thorough grasp of current events on all levels,
train and coach employees, be a motivating force, conduct annual
performance reviews, prepare financial budgets, read the newspaper and
Web site critically each day, use mistakes as teaching tools and more.
Apply to Michael Shearer, NNCO executive editor, 22 N. First St., Newark,
OH 43055 or e-mail (9/21)
    ** Openings at the Newspaper Network of Central Ohio (Newark, OH):
Part-time and full-time copy editor/paginators who can produce fresh and
exciting layouts for its daily newspapers and edit copy to high
standards; the Newark-based copy desk handles layout and editing duties
for five daily newspapers. Reporter for its new enterprise and data
reporting team, which will serve ten Gannett-owned newspapers and Web
sites in such communities as Mansfield, Newark, Zanesville, Lancaster,
Chillicothe, Marion, Fremont, Port Clinton, Bucyrus and Coshocton; must
produce daily and project watchdog stories; some stories will be
completed under tight deadlines while others will be long-term projects;
must develop the assigned beat and communicate with editors through
maintaining a news budget of current and upcoming stories daily. No more
than five clips and resume to Michael Shearer, NNCO executive editor, 22
N. First St., Newark, OH 43055, fax (740) 328-8581 or e-mail (9/28)
    -- The Portsmouth (OH) Daily Times seeks an experienced, had-working
editor who can drive circulation growth with strong local editorials,
compelling local news and sports coverage and solid layout and
presentation; must be able to communicate well with the staff and
readers, serve as a teacher and coach to an enthusiastic staff and want
to join a growing company. E-mail resume to John Clark, publisher, at (9/14)
    -- The Sandusky (OH) Register seeks a self-starting, enthusiastic,
energetic and versatile reporter with at least one year experience who
has a passion for answering readers' questions before they ask them, can
dig below the surface, can hold officials' feet to the fire, can sift
through the mumbo-jumbo and can provide readers with stories that are
interesting and polished and about things that matter to them. Send your
five best clips and resume to Cheryl Welch, news editor, 314 W. Market
St., Sandusky, OH 44870 or e-mail (9/9)
    -- The Memphis (TN) Commercial Appeal seeks a reporter who will work
under a content editor to gather news, write stories and prepare news,
features and related content for use in print and online; must write and
self-edit stories that are efficient and readable, develop story ideas,
work collaboratively with photo and graphics departments, is Web savvy,
understands the master narratives of Greater Memphis, know the beat or
area of reporting that is assigned, can use time efficiently, can multi-
task, shows initiative, gets to work on time, can solve problems,
maintains a reader-oriented perspective and contributes to building a
positive newsroom culture. Apply online at (9/18)
    -- The Knoxville (TN) News-Sentinel seeks two part-time copy editors
(Jobs #1002 and 1004) to work 20 hours a week who possess strong word and
headline skills, have a command of grammar and AP style, have a passion
for news, have a working knowledge of Word and InDesign and can work
nights and weekends; this is not a design position. Apply online at No calls or e-mail.    (9/18)
    ** The weekly Knoxville (TN) Journal seeks a reporter/photographer
who can cover a wide range of stories that will include police, courts,
politics and other stories; must be familiar with the Knoxville area,
know local politics, know AP style and be able to take quality photos
with a digital camera; experience preferred but not a must. Clips and
resume to Nancy Morris, 1717 N. Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917, call (865)
546-0858 or e-mail (9/28)
    ** The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock, AR) seeks a business
reporter who knows how to handle fast-breaking hard news but also enjoys
creating front page-worthy enterprise stories that contain hard news, are
written descriptively and tell readers why they should care; must have a
hands-on internship or one year work experience. Clips, resume and
references to Jack Weatherly, business editor, Box 2221, Little Rock, AR
72203 or e-mail (9/28)
    -- The Benton Courier (Bentonville, AR) seeks a sharp, creative news
editor who is a good writer, great copy editor, a creative page designer,
can multi-task and organize well, has a passion for community journalism
and can start work immediately. Send writing samples, design clips, a
resume, references and a letter stating salary requirements to (9/7)
    -- The Ashley News Observer (Crossett, AR) seeks a reporter/page
designer who is accurate, writes compelling copy, designs provoking pages
and is ready to hit the ground; the paper will consider both experienced
reporter/designers and recent grads. Send work samples, resume and
letter stating salary requirements to the publisher, Box 798, Crossett,
AR 71635 or e-mail (preferred) (8/31)
    -- The Morning News of Northwest Arkansas (Springdale, AR) seeks an
education reporter who cares about boards and committees, but is adept at
enterprising stories that bring the policies to the desk level, is
allergic to jargon, is not afraid of alternative story forms or producing
in multimedia for the Web, has a working knowledge of AP style and can
work occasionally on weekends and nights in addition to a Monday-Friday
schedule.   Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the
Morning News HR Dept., c/o Benton County Education Reporter, 2560 N.
Lowell Rd., Box 7, Springdale, AR 72765, fax (479) 872-5006 or e-mail (9/21)
    -- The Manhattan (KS) Mercury seeks a reporter; the paper is willing
to consider recent grads. Send 3-5 clips, a resume and contact
information for three references who can speak to your professional
ability via e-mail to Bill Felber, executive editor, at (9/21)
    -- The weekly Marion (KS) Record seeks an energetic and enterprising
reporter/photographer who can cover government or sports a couple of days
a week and can spend the rest of the week finding original, people-
focused local features and shoot eye-catching, content-leaden photos;
background with InDesign S3 and color digital photography is a big plus;
will be part of a nine-person team in three offices, and the paper will
consider recent grads and those with limited experience. Pay $22K/year
with benefits after three months. Work samples, resume and three
professional references to Susan Berg, ME, Box 278, Marion, KS 66861-
0278, call (620) 382-2262, fax (620) 382-2262 or e-mail (8/31)
    -- The Miami County Newspapers (Paola KS) seeks a reporter who wants
the freedom to find unique stories, can develop a beat in a growing area,
wants to try different story-telling techniques, can interact with a
staff that is open to trying new things, is deadline-driven, is self-
starting, can deliver top-notch coverage to the communities the chain
serves and can do everything from covering meetings to breaking news and
features. Send at least five clips showing the range of your writing and
photo skills to Brian McCauley, Box 389, Paola, KS 66071 or e-mail, putting your name and "reporter applicant" in the
subject field.   (9/21)
    ** The Parsons (KS) Sun seeks a sports writer/editor who can cover
high school and community college sports, also designing pages. Clips
and resume to Ray Nolting, ME, Box 836, Parsons, KS 67357 or e-mail (9/28)
    -- The Hastings (NE) Tribune seeks a managing editor who will oversee
news, sports and the photo department for both print and online products.
Work samples and resume to the Tribune associate publisher, Box 788,
Hastings, NE 68902 or e-mail (9/8)

    -- The Hendersonville (NC) Times-News seeks an experienced
writer/reporter/editor who can write features, profiles and entertainment
stories, edit feature stories and events calendars, shoot video and
update the Web site with speed, accuracy and initiative. Work samples,
resume and references to No calls. (9/8)
    -- The Hickory (NC) Daily Record seeks an energetic editor who is a
creative thinker, is a willing collaborator, is a strong motivator, can
develop young talent, can chart a course for continued excellence, is a
strong planner, has a commitment to accuracy and fairness and believes in
multimedia storytelling; a working knowledge of online content and social
media is a must. Clips, resume, references and a letter stating salary
requirements to Eric Millsaps, publisher, at

    -- The Reidsville (NC) Review seeks a reporter(Job #RRV-000044) who
can see beyond the meetings and help shape the issues that matter to
readers, while understanding what community news is; multimedia
experience is a plus; the paper will consider recent grads. Work samples
and resume to Paul Long, editor, 1921 Vance St., Reidsville, NC 27323 or
e-mail (9/25)
    ** The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) and the Laurinburg (NC) Exchange
seek a sports writer who has a good writer, has a passion for high school
sports and has a strong work ethic; layout skills are a plus. E-mail
clips and resume to Donnie Douglas, editor, at (9/28)
    ** The weekly Smoky Mountain News (Waynesville, NC) seeks a reporters
who can dig beneath the surface, can write stories that are consistently
better than the competition's, is adept at enterprise and investigative
work and values watchdog coverage of town and county boards. Clips and
resume to the Smoky Mountain News, c/o Reporter, Box 629, Waynesville, NC
28786 or e-mail materials to both and (9/28)
    ** The Aiken (SC) Standard seeks a copy editor/page designer who is
skilled in InDesign or Quark, has a sharp eye for crisp and clean design,
has an affinity for eagle-eyed copy editing, can do layout on both live
news and feature pages as well as with special sections that range from
monthly tabs to quarterly slick magazines in a fast-paced, high-energy
newsroom with a local focus. E-mail 3-5 design samples and resume to (9/28)
    ** The weekly Clinton (SC) Chronicle seeks an eager, versatile
reporter who can cover local news, features, sports, shoot photos and
shoot video; duties will be divided between print and Web product, with
an emphasis on the Web site. Pay $21K/year to start. Work samples and
resume to the Chronicle publisher, Box 180, Clinton, SC 29325 or e-mail No calls. (9/28)
    -- The Florence (SC) Morning News seeks a copy editor/page designer
with proven editing and design skills who can work across departments and
offer fresh ideas that result in engaging locally-driven news packages;
must have creative flair, know Quark and Photoshop, be able to write
catchy headlines, be well-organized, work effectively under pressure and
have a firm grasp of spelling, punctuation, grammar and AP style. Send
three work samples that show editing, design and headline writing skills,
with resume, to the Morning News HR Dept., Box 100528, Florence, SC 29501
or e-mail (8/29)
    -- The Seneca (SC) Daily Journal & Messenger seeks a top-notch page
designer who wants to be on the ground floor of a whole new design and
can bring its life section to life and make its news pages pop. E-mail
work samples, resume, references and letter stating salary requirements
to Brett McLaughlin, editor, at No calls. (9/21)

    ** U.S. Catholic (Chicago, IL) seeks an assistant editor with at
least 1-3 years experience who can do independent editing, writing and
production for the publication and its related Web site, can assure
effective author and article development, will work as part of a team to
assure high-quality editorial content; should have background in editing,
writing and layout and interest in and knowledge of Catholic thought,
tradition and trends. Clips, resume and letter stating salary
requirements to the St. Jude League/Claretian Publications HR Dept., 205
W. Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60606, fax (312) 768-4035 or e-mail EOE (9/28)

    -- Waste and Recycling News (Akron, OH) seeks a reporter who is
accurate, productive, creative, a team player and can cover recycling and
other key beats, including breaking news, features and more; will start
as a temporary assignment but could grow into a full-time position.
Apply online at (9/8)

    -- Openings at the Nashville (TN) Business Journal: Aggressive
assistant managing editor who can produce the weekly enterprise section,
produce various special publications and can manage the publication's
daily Web operations; should have a passion for breaking local business
news first, a good grasp of important business issues, the ability to
balance a variety of tasks and challenges, a willingness to team with
editors and other colleagues and a good working knowledge of computers
and the Web, although advanced Web design or programming skills are not
needed. Aggressive reporter to cover the Nashville-area health care
industry, one that includes the headquarters activities of 33 major
health care companies; will cover local health care industry and some of
the nation's key health care executives, writing news and feature stories
for use in print and online as well as attending networking and other
industry events. Work samples and resume via e-mail to Lance Williams,
editor, at No calls. (8/31)
    -- The Arkansas Business Publishing Group (Little Rock, AR) seeks an
entry-level assistant editor who can do it all - provide research and
support to the editorial staff, conduct interviews, write, edit and proof
articles and lists as assigned by the editor; must be able to multi-task,
work extended hours when needed and be familiar with Macs. Apply by e-
mailing resume to Bill Page, at (9/21)



    -- ABC News/Chicago seeks an affiliate news producer with 5-7 years
experience (Job #202632) who can edit daily news packages, writes well,
can multitask under deadline pressure and in live situations, can crash-
edit packages on deadline, can edit frequent updates, can field produce
material for stations and clients in the field, pitch story ideas, work
with ABC affiliates in the region, has hands-on editing experience (Avid
and FinalCut Pro are preferred), field background and the ability to
cover breaking news at any time. Apply online at
D=202632&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=&sourceID=DEA. EOE
    ** Independent Network News, Davenport, IA seeks an anchor/producer
who will front and produce multiple newscasts, which air in many news
markets across the country; must be a good producer, have solid new
judgment, have an outgoing personality, have a quick wit and be a team
player; the operation will consider entry-level and experienced
candidates. Tape/DVD and resume to Melissa Scott, GM, INN, 5000 Tremont
Av., Bldg. 100-B, Davenport, IA 52807, call (563) 391-0619 or e-mail EOE (9/26)
    ** AgDay Television, South Bend, IN seeks a host/managing editor for
its daily, nationally-syndicated agri-business news magazine, which is a
mix of news, business, weather and lifestyle reports that is produced as
a traditional newscast; the successful candidate should want to take a
leadership role in the program and be able to serve a targeted and
appreciative audience; must have working knowledge of the industry and a
significant interest in connecting with those who live and work in rural
America; on-air hosting experience plus the knowledge and desire to help
drive the content of the program required. Tape/DVD and resume to the
AgDay Television GM, Box 1062, South Bend, IN 46624. (9/26)

    -- Openings at the Ohio News Network, Columbus, OH: Producer (Job
#200LW) who can work under extreme deadline pressure, is creative, is
active and intelligent, uses conversational writing, is an exceptional
tease writer, is a good communicator, is well-organized and is an
assertive newsgatherer; knowledge of Ohio, its politics, sports and
issues is a plus.   An experienced weekend morning
anchor/reporter/producer (Job #400JD) who can take responsibility for all
aspects of news gathering and presentation, is a strong anchor and
reporter, has networking skills, knows how to do more than stack a
newscast, is highly motivated, enjoys the challenge of working in
multiple positions and has a familiarity with Ohio, including geography,
history and current events Tape and resume to Margaret Thomas, HR Dept.,
ONN/Dispatch Broadcast Group, 770 Twin Rivers Dr., Columbus, OH 43215,
call (614) 460-2874 or e-mail (9/18)


    -- Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago: Experienced
reporter/anchor (Job #2085BR) who can enterprise differentiated content,
report live and on-tape, work closely with producers to create compelling
content, write copy, order graphics, participate in editorial meetings,
contribute story ideas, assure that all daily deadlines are met, write
and edit video well, work well under deadline pressure and accept
feedback; experience with non-linbear editing is a plus; apply online at^sTg2QGaSaU
eqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5129&JobSiteInfo=145220_5129&GQId=0. EOE
    -- NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, Chicago seeks a weekend anchor/reporter (Job
#1076908) with at least five years experience on-air who will present
newscasts and breaking news live smoothly and with authority while
working primarily in a single-anchor format, will provide input on show
content and format, will write stories and teases, can ad-lib on-air
effortlessly in various types of situations but particularly during
breaking news situations, is a strong live reporter, can enterprise
stories regularly and can take responsible for writing stories, teases
and readers when anchoring. Apply online at^SFiX/au7tw
EOE (9/18)

    -- ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago seeks a director/stage mgr. (Job
#202256) with five years directing experience and a strong production
background in news broadcasting; must work with news producers, program
producers and studio crew personnel in a demanding production
environment; preliminary training in or experience with Ignite automated
control room is preferred. Tape/DVD (with director's track)( and resume
to Kal Hassan, VP/Dir. of Engineering, WLS-TV, 190 N. State St., Chicago,
IL 60602 or apply online at No calls. EOE

    -- Fox-owned WFLD-TV, Chicago seeks a manager of video content with
at least seven years experience who will lead a team of news technicians,
is proficient in cutting-edge techniques for digital news gathering,
knows video and audio field editing and transmission, knows non-linear
editing, can meet deadlines, has the highest journalistic standards,
knows how to operate microwave and satellite trucks, has hands-on
experience with the latest technology for transmitting live reporter
stand-ups and video by Internet, can assess and resolve technical
problems on deadline, can execute scheduling and budgeting
responsibilities, can track helicopter hours and staff fees/overtime and
can work closely with the engineering department, news coverage manager
and reporters; familiarity with P2 equipment and the Chicago area are
pluses. Resume to the WFLD-TV HR Dept., 205 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL
60601, fax (312) 565-3066 or e-mail No calls. EOE

    -- WIFR-TV, Rockford, IL seeks a newscast director/master control
operator who is a good organizer, can multitask, knows computer word
processing and database programs and can fully utilize equipment that can
do video switching, keying, audio and camera in HD at your fingertips and
can work with master control automation that lets you set up the programs
and then watch it work; should know PhotoShop, Illustrator, AfterEffects
and non-linear editing using iNews; must be able to work weekdays,
weekends, nights and holidays.   Apply to the WIFR personnel dept., 2523
N. Meridian Rd., Rockford, IL 61101 or e-mail EOE
    ** WREX-TV Rockford, IL seeks an anchor/reporter-videographer
(multimedia journalist) with two years experience who can do it all -
write, edit, shoot, report, anchor and produce, both for the evening TV
newscasts and the Web, as well as social media such as Twitter and
Facebook; will have to do most shooting and editing without the help of a
videographer and be a leader in the newsroom and community. DVD and
resume to Maggie Hradecky, ND, WREX-TV, Box 530, Rockford, IL 61105. EOE
    ** Opening at WQAD-TV, Moline: Primary anchor/reporter-videographer
with at least three years experience preferably as an anchor, who has an
understanding and appreciation of the viewers the station serves, works
well with management, can shoot and write, can edit video, can post
stories to the station Web site, is accomplished at anchoring from the
field without the safety net of a TelePrompTer, can take the "command
anchor" role when news breaks, understands the importance of weather in
town and on country roads and farmlands, is willing to take part in
station promotion and public service activities and knows how to generate
a strong public presence. Sports anchor/producer/reporter-videographer
who is a great storyteller, loves to tell of the thrill of victory and
the agony of defeat, can showcase the pride of each town in 17 diverse
counties at both the HS and collegiate level, wants to be saturated in
the local sports world and demonstrate an unfailing enthusiasm to make
the station the best place for student athletes, their families, their
friends and their communities to see their activities and results both
over-the-air and online; must offer story ideas every day. Part-time
producer who can conceptualize a newscast, can deliver the news in
dramatic fashion, has a "can-do" team attitude, enjoys breaking news
coverage, has a keen sense of news judgment, can write and producer and
can manage people while taking ownership and overall responsibility for
the newscast; experience preferred, but the skill to build a winner Is
the key. Tape/DVD and resume to Bill Carey, ND, WQAD-TV, 3003 Park 16th
St., Moline, IL 61265-6061 or e-mail EOE (9/23)
    -- Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL: Experienced
reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist) who is ambitious, is
talented, can report on-air, can shoot video, and can edit on non-linear
equipment for use over the air, online and for mobile platforms; both
multimedia and journalism background help. Producer (see content
producer position under "online"). DVD and resume to Chad Mahoney, ND,
WGEM-TV, 513 Hampshire, Quincy, IL 623012. EOE (9/19)
    -- Openings at WICS-TV, Springfield, IL: Weather anchor/news reporter
(Job #SPR01160) with at least three years on-air forecasting experience
who can report and anchor weather for the station's 9 and 10 p.m.
newscasts three nights a week; must be able to enterprise compelling
stories and deliver the top weather story of the night; experience with
Weather Central and Avid editing equipment a plus. Part-tie floor
director (Job #SPR01162) who is motivated and wants to expand broadcast
knowledge; will run TelePrompTer, studio camera, assist with newscasts
and work in master control; must be flexible and be able to work early
mornings, evenings and some weekends.   Apply online at,
then send DVD and resume to Deana Reece, executive ND, WICS-WICD-TV, 2680
E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703. EOE (9/18)
    -- WCIA-TV, Champaign, IL seeks a Decatur bureau reporter/weekend
reporter-anchor who will enterprise and cover stories in the Decatur area
three days a week, and do both anchoring and reporting out of Champaign
on weekends; must have strong writing skills, the ability to enterprise
news stories, a track record of developing sources, a solid presentation
and a positive and professional attitude; bureau reporting background is
a plus. Send DVD/tape, resume and a letter introducing yourself to Andy
Miller, ND, WCIA-TV, 509 S. Neil St., Champaign, IL 61820. No calls.
EOE (9/18)

    -- Openings at WAND-TV, Decatur, IL: News director who can
understand and advance the station's StormCenter 17 brand, believes in
multi-platform content, wants great storytelling and innovation, has
solid journalistic judgment, has a news philosophy that emphasizes
quality and unique content, has a keen eye for talent, is a strong
motivator, knows news marketing, can coach and develop talent, can
maintain a positive culture, can build and grow the team, can plan and
prioritize amid tight financial resources and has strong ethical
standards and integrity; apply to T. J. Vaughan, WAND-TV VP/GM, WAND-TV,
904 Southside Dr., Decatur, IL 62521. No calls. EOE (9/18)

    -- Openings at WSIL-TV, Carterville, IL: Anchor-producer/reporter-
videographer who can cover local city halls, the state capitol, high
school sports, can produce newscasts, can write for the Web, has a
burning desire to get the facts first and straight, can go live smoothly,
can report breaking news as it happens and can enterprise on a daily
basis. Sports reporter/anchor with at least two years experience who
will focus mainly on HS sports, local minor league baseball, SIU
athletics and hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational coverage; must
know how to shoot, write, edit and producer local sports segment, using
ENPS and FinalCut Pro; multimedia background a big plus. Two part-time
associate producers who can assist the producer with beat checks and can
run studio camera for evening newscasts; background in non-linear editing
and FinalCut Pro a plus. DVD and resume to Mike Snuffer, ND, WSIL-TV,
1416 Country Aire Dr., Carterville, IL 62918 or e-mail No calls. (9/25)

    -- WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks a a sports anchor/reporter (Job #HR-
SA) with two years experience who is a good communicator, goes live
smoothly and can turn stories under deadline pressure, while undertaking
frequent travel and weekend assignments. Tape and resume to the WDJT-TV
HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or e-
mail   EOE (9/17)

    -- WMTV, Madison, WI seeks a weekend weather anchor/reporter who can
cover weekend evening newscasts, then be a multi-media
reporter/videographer during the week; must know how to present a dynamic
forecast that viewers can easily understand, win severe weather on all
platforms, know technology and equipment, be motivated and determined to
win the big story on-air and online, covering and delivering breaking
news with accuracy and urgency. DVD and resume, to the WMTV personnel
dept., 615 Forward Dr., Madison, WI 53711. No calls. EOE (9/18)
     ** WKOW-TV, Madison, WI seeks an experienced producer who can
research, write, edit and post material for use over the air and on the
Web and other platforms; must be a good non-linear editor and be able to
produce newscasts, and have a fluency in both TV news and Web-based
information gathering. DVD and resume to Perry Boxx, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727
Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail EOE (9/25)

    -- WJFW-TV, Rhinelander, WI seeks a reporter-videographer who can
edit video and packages, has solid news judgment, is an outstanding
writer and can enterprise stories. DVD/VHS tape and resume to Heather
Schallock, ND, WJFW-TV, 3217 Highway G, Box 858, Rhinelander, WI 54501.

    -- Openings at WLUK-TV, Green Bay, WI: Sports reporter/videographer
with at least two years experience who is a creative storyteller, whose
stories leap off the screen, who can shoot and report for use over-the-
air and on the Web, who can produce and anchor sportscasts and who can do
outdoors stories (hunting and fishing) as well as game coverage tape and
resume to Juli Buehler, ND. Tape editor/writer for the station's morning
show; must be able to post to the Internet; tape and resume to Bill
Kiefer, AND, or e-mail Two part-time desk
assistant/video editors who can also support news crews, answer hones and
update the Web site; tape and resume to Bill Kiefer, AND, or e-mail   GA reporter/videographer with two years on-air
reporting experience for the station's Valley bureau who is creative,
positive, can create content for multiple platforms, writes well, knows
how to research a story, can edit what you shoot and be smooth on-camera;
should know non-linear editing, newsroom computers and be able to upload
material to the Web site; tape/DVD and resume to Juli Buehler, ND, WLUK-
TV, 787 Lombardi Av., Green Bay, WI 54304. (9/13)

    -- Openings at WBAY-TV, Green Bay, WI: Weekend morning producer with
at least one year experience who has strong news judgment, can supervise
the show layout and script preparation, can field produce, can produce
graphics, can research stories, and can take charge of the team. Weekend
morning anchor with 1-2 years experience on a primary or weekend newscast
who is a great communicator, has strong news judgment, is bright and
personable, can work under deadline pressure and excels in breaking news
situation. DVD, resume and references to Tom McCarey, ND, WBAY-TV, 115
S. Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54301 or e-mail No calls.
    -- Openings at WGBA-TV, Green Bay, WI: News director with at least 3-
5 years TV news management experience who can manage and assist in all
aspects of daily newsgathering including organization of targeted
content, analysis of audience research, creating and maintaining a
department budget, assuring a productive work environment, maintaining
strong ties with the community and knows all aspects of the newsgathering
process - video, editing, reporting, assignment desk and producing, along
with Web content background and the ability to make decisions under
pressure; must be a good communicator, motivator, leader and organizer.
Videographer with at least one year experience who can edit what you
shoot, has strong news judgment, is a good writer, can repackage content
for Web use, knows TV news lighting, can gather information in the field,
can conduct interviews and excels at breaking news coverage. Tape/DVD and
resume to Guyanne Taylor, VP/GM, WGBA-TV, 1391 North Rd., Green Bay, WI
54313 or e-mail (9/18)
    -- WJFW-TV, Rhinelander, WI seeks a GA reporter/videographer who has
outstanding news judgment and writing skills, is willing to dig for
stories, can edit video and packages, can turn packages daily and wants
the opportunity to deliver them live on set. DVD and resume to Heather
Schallock, ND, WJFW-TV, Box 858, 3217 County Trunk G, Rhinelander, W
54501. (9/9)

    -- Openings at WKBT-TV, La Crosse, WI: Weather anchor/producer who
can handle weekend forecasts on-air and some weekday shifts, knows how to
present an interesting weather story on "quiet" days and has the
credibility to keep viewers safe and well-informed when severe weather
hits; background with Weather Central products is a plus. Creative,
hard-working reporter who is a team player and knows how to show and tell
great stories. Videographer who can shoot stories with and without a
report, edit video and packages, operate a live truck safely and can help
maintain newsgathering equipment; hands-on experience preferred. Tape and
resume to the WKBT-TV HR Dept., 141 S. Sixth St., La Crosse, WI 54601.
No calls. (9/18)

    -- Openings at WEAU-TV, Eau Claire, WI: News director who can multi-
task and coordinate, can motivate and lead, can maintain and grow
ratings, can prepare and manage news budgets, knows legal issues, can
maintain the overall quality of the newscasts, understands the importance
of breaking news both over-the-air and on the Web, can develop and
organize an efficient staff structure, is skills and knowledgeable with
multimedia trends, has an energy and passion for news, knows slander and
libel laws and has the ability to meet administrative deadlines; must be
able to produce newscasts and have excellent skills in dealing with the
public and co-workers. Assignment editor with one year newsroom
experience who can help to run a dominant 30-member department. Producer
who can edit video, write good copy, time shows, take in and set up
satellite feeds, edit scripts, prepare special effects and work with on-
air and production people, using an iNews system; ability to service the
Web and do video streaming helpful; shift to be assigned. Tape/DVD and
resume to the WEAU-TV executive secretary, c/o producer position, Box 47,
Eau Claire, WI 54702. No calls. (9/8)

    -- WAOW-TV, Wausau, WI seeks an experienced segment anchor/reporter-
videographer who can put together portions of its Wake Up Wisconsin
morning show, can anchor them from the newsroom/set/other locations, goes
live comfortably, can put together stories for use on TV and other
platforms, can fill in for the morning anchor as needed and can produce
content on a daily basis for use over-the-air and on other platforms.
Tape and resume to Randy Winter, director of station ops., WAOW-TV, 1908
Grand Av., Wausau, WI 54403 or cal (715) 842-2251. (9/19)

    -- Openings at WXIN/WTTV, Indianapolis, IN: Morning executive
producer who can manage the staff to produce a 4-12 hour morning
newscast, help implement strategies to improve product and ratings, make
decisions on coverage and content, order graphics and lead daily story
meetings. Executive producer to oversee the station's 10 p.m. newscast
who will participate in daily story meetings, make sure reporters know
what is known and expected of them and work closely with the assignment
desk. Weekend weather anchor/reporter who can produce and deliver
forecasts, prepare graphics, make public appearances, provide severe
weather coverage and act as back-up for other forecasters, reporting news
dayside when not filling in on weather. Writers who will assist
producers in putting newscasts together, writing stories, directing the
editing of video and packages and logging feeds; must also learn the
responsibilities of the producer and fill-in as producer as needed. Tape
and resume to the WXIN/WTTV HR Dept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN
46278. (9/18)
    -- WRTV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a senior producer with at least three
years large market experience who will either produce a newscast or
research and write for a newscast on a daily basis; must generate story
ideas daily, have good news judgment and have a great attitude. Tape/DVD
and resume to Brady Gibson, EP, WRTV, 1330 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis
IN 46202 or apply online at (9/25)

    ** Openings at Lakeshore Public Television and Radio, Merrillville,
IN: Dynamic news director with 5-7 years broadcast news experience
(management experienced preferred) who is a proven leader, has sound news
judgment, can work evenings and weekends, can manage and direct of a
growing news department, knows emerging media trends and can make
Lakeshore PTV the nightly leader in northwest Indiana news. DVD/VHS tape,
resume and statement of news philosophy to Julia Lounsberry, WYIN-
TV/Lakeshore Public Television and Radio, 8625 Indiana Pl., Merrillville,
IN 46410 or e-mail EOE (9/4)

    -- Openings at WSBT-TV, South Bend, IN: GA reporter with at least
two years experience who does creative live shots, excels at breaking
news coverage and is a strong storyteller; must be able to do fill-in
anchoring. Morning producer with at least one year experience, preferably
on a morning show; must be a great organizer, a good writer and
communicator and have an eye on advancement. Tape/DVD and resume to the
WSBT-TV HR coordinator, 1301 E. Douglas Rd., Mishawaka, IN 46545. (9/8)
    ** WSJV-TV, South Bend/Elkhart, IN seeks a morning show producer who
can juggle a live interview and breaking news, take charge of all aspects
of the three-hour newscast, make a fresh part of every morning show, give
viewers all the information they need for their day and have some fun
along the way; will work with an experienced and capable morning team
that includes another producer, involved anchors and a live
reporter/videographer crew. Tape/DVD and resume to Ed Kral, ND, WSJV-TV,
58096 County Rd. #7 South, Elkhart, IN 46517. (9/23)
    -- Openings at WISE/WPTA-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN: Executive producer (Job
#042) who will display extraordinary leadership, writes well, produces
with good technical skills, understands the importance of in-show and
topical promotion, can work closely with producers to craft line-ups and
content and can make consistent use of many resources and a nurturing
staff that appreciates constructive feedback. Reporter/videographer
(multimedia journalist) (Job #043) who can use digital news gathering
technologies to shoot, edit and report a cross-section of stories for
deadline broadcasts across multiple networks as well as the Internet.
Producer (Job #010) who can develop and research stories for coverage,
can edit and organize visual and verbal content, can produce both
newscasts and specials, can edit video on non-linear equipment for use
over the air and on the Web, can write for and post stories and video to
the Web site and can operate state-of-the-art digital news-gathering
equipment and software. Tape/DVD and resume to Deborah Sand, HR Dept.,
WISE/WPTA-TV, Box 2121, Ft. Wayne, IN 46801 or e-mail

     -- Openings at WLFI-TV, Lafayette, IN: Anchor/reporter for its 5-7
a.m. newscast who has at least two years experience, camera presence,
solid delivery, clear enunciation, the ability to relate to viewers, the
ability to develop strong local contacts and stories, clear writing
ability, the ability to use video well and the ability to tell stories
for use over the air and online; must post to the Web. Degreed morning
meteorologist who can bring knowledge, energy and personality to the show
and will be able to tell morning commuters what to expect in quickly-
changing Midwest weather. Reporter/videographer who has at least a
hands-on internship in a commercial TV newsroom and non-linear editing
background; must be willing to learn the NPPA style of shooting, develop
local contacts, generate community news, write clearly, voice and edit
stories for use over the air and online, and post content to the Web;
must demonstrate ability to handle DV camera with hard drive, non-linear
editing, a laptop computer, Web cam and other equipment for digital
newsgathering; DVD and resume to Chris Morisse, ND, WLFI-TV, 2605 Yeager
Rd., W. Lafayette, IN 47906. EOE (8/29)
    -- Openings at WTHI-TV, Terre Haute, IN: An 11 p.m. producer who can
write compelling copy and teases, can copy edit stories, can fill-in as
producer on other newscasts and special reports, can create compelling
graphics to support stories, can edit on non-linear equipment, can
generate compelling story ideas daily, can monitor police scanners for
breaking news, can make beat calls and has strong news judgment and
leadership skills; experience preferred. Reporter/videographer who knows
non-linear editing, is a strong storyteller, can contribute story ideas
regularly, has solid news judgment and can gather, shoot, edit, write,
produce and present the news in a clear and accurate manner. Tape/DVD
and resume to Susan Dinkel, ND, WTHI-TV, Box 9606, Terre Haute, IN 47808.
No calls. EOE (9/19)
    -- Openings at WTWO-TV, Terre Haute, IN: Weekend sports
anchor/reporter who will also have a major role in a Friday HS show and
can fill-in as needed during the week on both the NBC and Fox affiliates;
should be motivated, be committed to the product, be able to contribute
right away and be able to cover a Division I university, a two-state HS
coverage area, Colts training camp and live events across the spectrum.
News production assistant with at least one year experience who will
operate studio camera for network cut-ins, produce daily graphics for
newscasts and will assist with other production, including the MDA
Telethon and Indiana State sports broadcasts; Deko and Photoshop
background a plus.   Tape/DVD and resume to Tom McClanahan, ND, WTWO-TV,
Box 9268, Terre Haute, IN 478087. EOE (9/25)

     ** Openings at WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN: Reporter/videographer
(multimedia journalist - Job #043) who is experienced in using state-of-
the-art digital newsgathering technologies to shoot, edit and report a
cross-section of stories for deadline broadcast across multiple networks
as well as the Internet. Executive producer (Job #042) who can oversee
day-to-day coverage and execution, can work alongside the news director
to establish short- and long-range visions and strategies, can oversee a
full slate of newscasts on both major affiliates, can produce a 24-hour
news channel, understands the importance of in-show and topical
promotion, can work closely with producers to craft line-ups and content,
can maximize the consistent use of the stations' many resources, can
nurture staff through constructive feedback and has extraordinary
leadership, writing, producing and technical skills. News operations
manager (Job #041) who can blend visionary producing skills with state-
of-the-art computer-based video and text-editing systems, produce a
newscast daily, manage the ENPS text and BitCentral non-linear editing
systems; must help develop mobile applications for the station's news
product and know html coding. Producer (Job#010) who is versatile,
experienced and competitive, demonstrates personal initiative, is
reliable, and has experience writing for and producing news programming
for use over the air, on the Web and via mobile. DVD, resume and writing
samples to Debbie Sand, business mgr., WISE-TV, Box 2121, Ft. Wayne, IN
46801 or e-mail (9/12)

    -- Opening at WFIE-TV, Evansville, IN: Sports anchor/reporter with
at least three years experience who can help drive day-to-day coverage
both on air and online and has experience building an online sports site
through various means, including social media; must assist the news
department as needed. Tape of recent work and resume to Maria
Hillebrand, WFIE-TV, 1115 Mt. Auburn Rd., Evansville, IN 47720, fax (812)
426-1945 or e-mail EOE (9/8)

    -- Openings at WTVW, Evansville, IN: Weekend
anchor/producer/reporter-videographer who can manage weekend staff,
produce and anchor three weekly newscasts and report the other three days
of the week; should have some professional anchor and reporter
experience, have solid management background and know how to enterprise
news stories. DVD, resume and references to Bob Walters, ND, WTVW, 477
Carpenter St., Evansville, IN 47708 or e-mail EOE

    -- Openings at KCCI-TV, Des Moines, IA: Weekend sports
anchor/reporter who is a strong storyteller, can anchor sports on
weekends and report the rest of the week. Part-time videographer/editor
who is experienced. Tape/DVDE and resume to Dave Busiek, ND, KCCI-TV,
888 Ninth St., Des Moines, IA 50309. (9/18)
    -- Openings at KWQC-TV, Davenport, IA: Newscast producer with 2-5
years experience who has a passion for local television, selects video
well, writes crisp and compelling copy, can create a newscast that is
fast-paced and visually interesting, can work closely with staff and will
share responsibility for repurposing video and stories to the Internet.
Reporter with at least three years experience who is creative, can
develop and maintain contacts, can enterprise hard news stories, responds
well to breaking and spot news, is a good writer, does solid live shots,
has good news judgment, has exceptional work ethic, works well under
deadlines, can be a team player and can work a TBA schedule. DVD/VHS
tape, resume and letter mentioning that you saw the opening in the
JobFile to Denise Killian, ND, c/o the KWQC-TV EEO Office/News, 805 Brady
St., Davenport, IA 52803. EOE (9/25)

    -- Openings at KGAN/KFXA-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA: Weekend
anchor/reporter (Job #CED01147) who will have a rolein planning and
production of newscasts while anchoring on weekends; experience a must.
Reporter (Job #CED01138) who is a go-getter, knows how to write, goes
live smoothly, can win the big story each day, understands how to
generate sources, brings lead stories to the table each day, is hungry
for hard news, loves great storytelling and wants to make a difference;
experience preferred. Apply online at and then submit
DVD/VHS tape of both anchoring and reporting, with resume, to April Samp,
ND, KGAN/KFXA-TV, Box 3131, 600-02 Old Marion Rd. NE, Cedar Rapids, IA
52406 and place the job title on the cover of the mailer. No calls.

    -- Openings at KIMT-TV, Mason City, IA: Reporter/videographer with 2-
3 years experience who is a strong writer and storyteller, can enterprise
stories, can conduct investigations, can handle breaking news and is a
good communicator; those who have computer-assisted production system and
non-linear editing background have a plus. Morning/noon anchor/producer
with 1-2 years experience who can write, produce, edit and anchor the
newscasts. DVD/VHS tape and resume to the KIMT-TV Business Office Coord.,
Box 620, Mason City, IA 50402-0620 or e-mail (9/19)
    -- KMEG-TV, Sioux City, IA seeks a morning show producer who will
handle all aspects of newscast production under deadline pressure, will
work as a team leader, can co-produce a two-hour newscast, can write
well, can format all aspects of the newscast, can coordinate live shots,
can supervise both news and production staff, and knows AP News Center
software. Tape/DVD, resume and writing samples to Jeff Raker, ND, KMEG-
TV, Box 3103, Sioux City, IA 51102 or call (712) 277-3554 x-144 between
11 a.m. and 5 p.m.   (9/19)

    -- Openings at KCAU-TV, Sioux City, IA: Morning and mid-day producer
who can combine strong writing and decision-making skills with the
confidence to take on the newscast; must be a team player and willing to
do what it takes to help the team take the next big step; experience
preferred, but the station is willing to train and develop the right
person. Part-time video editor for the morning show who can edit video
on tight deadlines and shoot story for breaking stories as needed; entry-
level opportunity, and the station will consider students. Tape/DVD and
resume to the KCAU-TV business mgr., 625 Douglas, Sioux City, IA 51101 or
e-mail (9/18)
    -- KWWL-TV, Waterloo, IA seeks an assistant news director/content
manager who will sere as the primary editorial decision-maker for
television, Web, mobile and social networking platforms and have an ever-
immediate deadline mentality; must be in nearly constant contact with all
involved in the newsgathering and delivery processes and weigh the full
editorial possibilities of each story, making immediate decisions
determining how stories will be disseminated on the appropriate
platforms. Tape/DVD and resume to Nate Leding, ND, KWWL-TV, 500 E.
Fourth St., Waterloo, IA 50703, call (319) 291-1207 or e-mail (9/25)

    -- Openings at Fox-owned WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO: Anchor/reporter
with at least five years experience who is a strong communicator, an
engaging storyteller, can relate to and grow the audience while
demonstrating an ability to deliver the news in a clear and compelling
manner; must work well with producers, write well, do segment producing,
learn to execute the format, find and report relevant news of interest,
develop and maintain contacts and be able to operate Avid newsroom
software. Producer with at least two years experience who is a strong
writer, can command the respect of a veteran anchor and management team,
knows newsroom computer system, knows linear and non-linear editing, has
a track record of producing newscasts that generate ratings success and
can hold and grow the audience. Tape/DVD and resume to Bryan McGruder,
ND, WDAF-TV, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108. No calls. (9/25)

    ** Openings at KCTV, Kansas City, MO: Executive Producer (Job
#KCTV636) with at least three years line producing experience who will
direct a team of reporters, producers, editors and videographers in the
production of news products that are high quality and maintain the
station brand of "Live, Late-Breaking and Investigative;" EP background a
plus. Videographer (Job #KCTV428) with two years of experience who can
gather news for use over the air, on the Web and on other platforms as
they develop; must edit video and packages. Producer (Job #KCTV332) with
1-2 years experience who can coordinate efforts of staff to assure a
compelling newscast, develop the day-to-day on-air look of the newscast,
possesses strong writing skills, can make quick decisions without losing
composure, can manage multiple projects and assignment simultaneously,
can work a flexible schedule and has experience using Avid equipment,
knows Internet production tools, knows MS Office and Wide Orbit. Traffic
anchor/GA reporter (Job #KCTV586) with three years experience who can
gather traffic incident information, create traffic reports that are
accurate and informative for the morning show, can develop and report
stories and events to present live or on tape; experience with
videography strongly preferred. Reporter/videographer (Job #KCTV503) who
can develop, write and report daily news stories and events, coordinate
with the assignment desk and producers, gather and package information
and knows how to combine words and pictures into information-packed
stories. Tape/DVD and resume to the KCTV HR Dept., Box 5555, Fairway, KS
64128-5555 or apply online at   (9/25)

    -- Openings at KMBC-TV, Kansas City, MO: Executive producer with 4-5
years experience who can oversee the station's morning news; must be
highly-motivated, aggressive, can win the big story and breaking news
coverage, has the best weather forecast, works closely with the
management team and participates in content and strategic planning; tape
and resume to Sherrie Brown, ND.   Producer who is highly motivated, is
an aggressive professional, has solid news judgment, comes to the table
daily with story ideas to help the newscast and Web site stand out, is a
strong writer, has a track record as a producer for breaking the big
story and leading news and weather coverage, can work closely with
management and can participate in effectively content and strategic
planning.; tape, resume and references to Marlene Cross, EP, KMBC-TV,
6455 Winchester Av., Kansas City, MO 64133. (9/19)

    -- KQTV, St. Joseph, MO seeks a highly-motivated weekend sports
anchor/reporter who has a "go-getter" attitude and will cover both major
league professional teams and ultra-local HS and collegiate sports;
strong writing ability is a must, and producing experience is a big plus.
Tape/DVD ad resume to Ryan Menley, sports director, KQTV, Box 8369, St.
Joseph, MO 64508 or e-mail (8/30)

    -- Openings at KOLR/KSFX-TV, Springfield, MO: Videographer who will
shoot a variety of assignments, can collaborate with staff to create
stories that are informative and interesting, can edit video, can operate
live trucks and has a desire to enterprise story ideas; will work a 2:30-
11 a.m. weekday shift. Creative part-time video editor who can work a 5-
10 p.m. shift Thursdays and Fridays, contribute to Web content and do
fill-in for weekend video editors. Tape/DVD and resume to Polly VanDoren-
Orr, ND, KOLR/KSFX-TV, 2650 E. Division St., Springfield, MO 65803.
    -- WDRB-TV, Louisville, KY seeks a morning video editor who has good
news judgment, pays attention to detail, can archive, can work with live
feeds and can coordinate with producers and videographers well. Tape/DVD
and resume to Ken Bradley, chief photographer, WDRB-TV, 624 W. Muhammad
Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY 40203. (9/16)
    -- WAVE-TV, Louisville, KY seeks a dynamic, upbeat, experienced on-
air meteorologist who can deliver weather content with expertise and
urgency, can be the market leader for severe weather coverage, working
primarily on the morning show and noon newscast, while servicing the
station's radio partnerships with live and taped updates; background with
Weather Central, 3D Live and ESP a plus, while an AMS and/or NWA seal is
preferred. DVD and resume to Lee Eldridge, ND, WAVE-TV, 725 S. Floyd
St., Louisville, KY 40203. (9/19)

    -- Openings at WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY: Videographer with at least
two years experience who is energetic, is enterprising, can shoot
compelling video for fast-paced newscasts, can meet deadlines under
pressure and can edit video and packages creatively. GA reporter with at
least two years experience who is good at enterprising story, writes
well, files news to all platforms and is a good communicator in all
cases. Part-time desk assistant/associate producer who is well-
organized, writes well, can work weekends and overnights and has some
newsroom background. Tape and resume to Mike Neelly, ND, WLKY-TV, 1918
Mellwood Av., Louisville, KY 40206. No calls. (9/19)
    -- Openings at WYMT-TV, Hazard, KY: Producer who is not a show-
stacker but is a creative storyteller, lives and dies by the fundamentals
of solid journalism, writes journalistically-sound copy, has a positive
attitude, performs multiple tasks efficiently and quickly and embraces
multi-platform journalism. Tape/DVD, resume and letter stating news
philosophy to Neil Middleton, VP/News, WYMT-TV, Box 1299, Hazard, KY
41702. No calls. (9/18)
    -- WTVQ, Lexington, KY seeks a reporter/videographer with at least
one year experience who is a good interviewer and writer, has a
demonstrable visual sense, is highly-motivated, is aggressive and is
self-starting. DVD/tape and resume to the WTVQ HR Dept., Box 55590,
Lexington, KY 40555. (9/18)

    -- Openings at WKYT-TV, Lexington, KY: Dynamic producer who is a
strong writer, knows the difference between producing a show and stacking
it, can utilize tools ranging from a chopper to multiple live trucks and
can put all the ingredients together into a fast-paced and dynamic show.
Tape and resume to Robert Thomas, WKYT-TV, Box 55037, Lexington, KY
40555-5037 or e-mail (9/18)

   -- Openings at WPSD-TV, Paducah, KY: Part-time associate producer who
will research, write and edit local, regional and national news copy
while performing associated production duties during newscasts and
assisting in the preparation of news graphics; must be a good writer, now
grammar, be able to react to changing situations and understand last-
minute instructions from newscast directors and producers; video editing
experience preferred. Resume to Dwayne Stice, WPSD-TV, Box 1197,
Paducah, KY 42002-1197 or e-mail EOE (9/25)
    -- KARE-TV, Minneapolis, MN seeks a degreed meteorologist with an AMS
seal who can supervise unique production elements and franchises of all
weathercasts, supervise the station's all-local round-the-clock weather
channel, administer the weather department staff schedules, serve as the
weather technology specialist and handle both traditional over-the-air
weather reporting and produce weathercasts for various platforms that
also will include online, mole, text, social networking and weather
newsletters; Weather Central graphics background preferred. Tape/DVD and
resume to Jane Helmke, ME/digital, KARE-TV, 8811 Olson Memorial Hwy.,
Minneapolis, MN 55427 or e-mail No calls. (9/25)

    -- Openings at Fox-owned KMSP/WFTC-TV, Minneapolis, MN:
Reporter/videographer with at least five years experience who can work
independently in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment who can perform
research, edit video, present finished stories for use over the air and
online, make contacts, participate in the editorial process and display
background with non-linear editing equipment and cameras such as
Panasonic P2s. Part-time assignment desk editor with at least one year
experience who can assist in newsgathering, answer phones, direct calls,
monitor scanners and dispatch crews.   DVD and resume to the KMSP/WFTC-TV
HR Dept., 11358 Viking Dr., Eden Prairie, MN 55344, fax 952) 944-8296 or
e-mail (9/25)

    -- Opening at KSTP-TV, St. Paul, MN: Part-time associate producer
(Job #26-09) who has TV news background, has good news judgment, knows
remotes and satellites, is a good writer and researcher, knows video
editing and graphics production and can fill in as a producer as needed.
Reporter/on-air personality (Job #79-08) who can write and produce
engaging human interest stories on a daily basis, can produce and conduct
candid and creative live shorts, can generate story ideas consistently,
can attend daily editorial meetings, can assist producers with show
content, can do basic editing and fill-in hosting as needed and can make
community appearances; should have a passion for local programming and a
solid understanding of the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota. Tape/DVD
and resume to the KSTP-TV HR Dept., 3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN
55114, fax (651) 642-4314 or e-mail No calls. (9/25)

    -- Openings at KAAL-TV, Austin, MN: Anchor/reporter (Job #12-09) who
is an experienced newsroom leader, can work with others to produce and
present compelling stories over the air and on the Web, is a strong
writer and editor, goes live smoothly, can conduct research, can write
stories that are clear and complete under deadline, knows current events,
demonstrates superior news judgment and has ethical decision-making
skills. Experienced reporter/videographer (Job #11-09) who is passionate
about uncovering news, is a compelling storyteller, is a good writer,
edits video and packages well, knows issues and newsmakers, knows current
events on all levels, can think quickly, can respond to breaking news in
high-pressure situations, has strong organizational and live reporting
skills, and can resent stories in a way that is accurate, clear, complete
and relevant to viewers. DVD/VHS tape and resume to the KAAL-TV HR
Dept., 701 10th Pl. NE, Austin, MN 55912, fax (507) 437-7815 or e-mail No calls. (9/25)

    -- Openings at WDIV-TV, Detroit, MI: Assignment editor with at least
two years experience who can dispatch reporters and crews, plan daily and
long-term coverage, set up news stories, gather facts, respond quickly
and effectively to breaking news, communicate the editorial and
operational needs of the assignment desk to crews and reporters, assist
with answering phones, supervise beat calls, check ongoing stories, use
the Internet as a tool in identifying developing stories, demonstrate
good journalistic judgment and edit news copy; resume to Brooke
Blackwell, ME. Part-time associate producer ho will assist the producer
in gathering, writing and editing news material; must retrieve file
video, do desktop editing and order news graphics; must be able to multi-
task in a deadline-driven environment, while broadcast news writing
background is preferred; resume to Kim Voet-Potter, EP, WDIV-TV, 550 W.
Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226-3140. (9/18)

    -- WXYZ-TV, Detroit, MI seeks an executive producer (Job #499) who
can develop the look and style of the newscast and news specials,
edit/review anchor and reporter news scripts and packages for
distribution on multiple platforms, supervise the morning team to carry
out the station's mission of delivering compelling stories and breaking
news, supervise producers n the production and writing of newscast promos
and headlines, schedule work assignments and shifts and perform other
duties as required. Apply online at (9/18)
    -- WBKB-TV, Alpena MI seeks a weekend sports anchor/reporter-
videographer who is a good storyteller and on-air personality, can anchor
that Saturday and Sunday 11 p.m. sportscasts, produce quality stories,
shoot highlights during the wee, is creative and self-motivated, has a
passion for sports and can edit on both linear and non-linear equipment.
DVD and resume to Pat Thiede, sports dept., WBKB-TV, 1390 Bagley St.,
Alpena, MI 49707. No calls. (9/9)

    -- Openings at WWTV/WWUP-TV, Cadillac, MI: Experienced sports
reporter/fill-in anchor who has a creative mind and a strong interest in
local high school athletics. Experienced producer who has a creative
mind and great leadership skills. GA reporter with at least three years
experience. Tape and resume to Kevin Dunaway, ND, WWTV/WWUP-TV, Box 627,
Cadillac, MI 49601. (9/25)
    ** WEYI-TV, Clio, MI seeks a producer (Job #PRD827) who can review
reporter scripts, develop content for use over-the-air and on the Web,
can essentially write newscasts, is a strong writer, has sharp news
judgment, is well-organized, is excellent technically and has the ability
work well with others; videography and editing background a plus.
Tape/DVD and resume to the WEYI-TV EEO Officer, 2227 Willard Rd., Clio,
MI 48420. (9/27)
    -- WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seeks a news director who is innovative,
visionary, has a strong understanding of branding, is a good people
manager, places importance on Web content and Web story development and
can think strategically; ND background a plus. Resume to Diane Kniowski,
GM, 120 College Av. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, or e-mail No calls. (9/21)
    -- WZZM-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seeks an executive producer with at
least four years of producing background who understands journalism
beyond television, is a newsroom leader, can generate memorable moments,
can lead a team of producers to create the best content on multiple
platforms in western Michigan; management background a plus. Tape/DVD
and resume to Stanton Tang, ND, WZZM-TV, 645 Three Mile Rd. NW, Grand
Rapids, MI 49544 or e-mail (9/9)

    -- Openings at WXMI-TV, Grand Rapids, MI: Morning show executive
producer with at least five years experience who can handle high-pressure
broadcasting, is a strong leader and communicator, is a great writer, has
solid news judgment and can work closely with program producers to make
sure daily plans are met. Producer with at least two years experience
who is a strong leader and communicator, writes well, has good news
judgment and knows ENPS, FCP and Pathfire. Videogrpaher with at least
two years experience who has solid news judgment, is a good video editor,
knows how to operate a live truck and can adapt to changing events.
DVD/VHS tape (where applicable) and resume to the WXMI-TV HR Dept., 3117
Plaza Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525, fax (616) 364-8506 or e-mail No calls. (9/18)

    -- Openings at WWMT/WLAJ-TV, Kalamazoo/Lansing, MI: Create,
energetic, technically savvy and personality-driven degreed meteorologist
who can handle extended severe weather coverage and has an NWA, AMS or
CBM seal; forecasting lake effect is a bonus. Sports director/anchor
with at least three years experience and firm knowledge of Michigan
sports; must shoot, edit, produce newscast sports inserts, maintain the
sports page of the station Web site, oversee sports department staffing
and schedule sportscasters. Tape/DVD and resume to Cathy Younkin, ND,
WWMT/WLAJ-TV, 590 W. Maple St., Kalamazoo, MI 49008 or e-mail No calls. (9/21)
    -- Openings at WLUC-TV, Negaunee, MI: Morning producer/reporter-
videographer who will help produce a 90-mnute morning show, then cover
the news the rest of the shift, until 1 p.m. weekdays; must be
enterprising, be able to shoot, a conversational writer and reporter and
a team player looking for a challenge. Entry-level Iron Mountain bureau
reporter/videographer with the same background.   Tape and resume to
Brian Cabell, ND, WLUC-TV, 177 US 41 East, Negaunee, MI 49866. (9/25)

    -- Openings at WNEM-TV, Saginaw, MI: Producer trainee (Job #WNEM123)
who can learn and apply essential facets of newscast production, writing,
showcasing of stories, story selection and live control room operations.
Tape and resume to Robin Gover, personnel admin., WNEM-TV, Box 531,
Saginaw, MI 48606 or e-mail (9/18)

    -- Openings at WPBN/WTOM-TV, Traverse City, MI: VP/News who can lead
with the vision and initiative to guide all media platforms in a changing
media landscape; must be able to teach, inspire and execute a
comprehensive news plan, think outside of the box and have a passion for
news; fax resume and statement of news philosophy to Jill Saarela at
(231) 947-7891 or e-mail Producer for its 5 p.m. weeknight
newscast who can write stories, can edit video on DVCPro equipment, has
exceptional people skills and can deal with pressure and deadlines well;
tape/DVBD, resume and writing samples to Jill Saarela, CEO, WPBN/WTOM-TV,
8518 M-72 West, Traverse City, MI 49684. (9/19)

    -- Openings at WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH: Associate producer (Job #901)
with at least two years experience who will assist and gather, write and
edit content for multiple platforms, work closely with producers and
executive producers, write clearly for use over-the-air and on multiple
platforms, post content to station Web site and understand non-linear
editing using FinalCut Pro. Submit resume and salary requirements online
at (9/18)

    ** Openings at WOIO/WUAB-TV, Cleveland, OH: Sports anchor/reporter
with at least three years experience who will generate and execute story
ideas, broadcast from live sporting events, function as live host of
broadcasts, assist in the production and writing of broadcasts, knows
Cleveland-area sports and can research, produce and narrate live sports
segments and related news stories for inclusion on the news and other
broadcasts. Producer with at least two years producing experience who
can do story selection and formatting, rundown prep, can associate
produce news stories and segments, can contribute story ideas and can
undertake other editorial and production duties as needed; must be
familiar with multiple live remotes and have a working knowledge of
contemporary graphics. Assignment editor/associate producer who can
generate story ideas, monitor news wires and police scanners, maintain
phone lists of sources, keep files and records of upcoming news events,
assist producers in writing and preparing news broadcasts, use good news
judgment and discretion in making story and coverage decisions, direct
crews to gather and produce the news; will field produce stories and
segments as needed, and fill in as a line producer on other news
broadcasts as needed; must be a good writer and storyteller. Resume to
the WOIO/WUAB-TV HR Dept., 1717 E. 12th St., Cleveland, OH 44114. No
calls. (9/27)
    -- WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH seeks a news production assistant who can
assist in gathering writing and editing content for use on multiple
platforms; will work with the EP and producers to determine content
needs, help develop content for multiple platforms in AP and broadcast
style, will execute time-sensitive decisions, will write clearly, will
edit video for multiple platforms, will post content to station Web sites
and will demonstrate creativity, editorial judgment and a knowledge of
journalistic ethics. Resume to Marlene Stein, HR dir., WCPO-TV, 1720
Gilbert Av., Cincinnati, OH 45202. (9/9)

    ** Openings at WKRC-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Executive producer who has
strong people skills, can manage breaking news and can make important
decisions under deadline pressure; news management background a must.
Full- and part-time news production assistants who will assist in the
newsroom, operate studio and field cameras, operate TelePrompTer and
floor direct; studio lighting experience a plus, and applicants must be
able to work nights and weekends. Resume to the WKRC-TV business office,
1906 Highland Av., Cincinnati, OH 45219. No calls. (9/25)

    -- Openings at WXIX-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Two reporter/videographers,
one with 2-5 years experience and the other with at least five years
experience, who can enterprise well, conduct investigations, have good
storytelling skills, have CAR background, know non-linear editing and
digital cameras and understand the Microsoft Operating System. News
content specialist who can edit video using Final Cut and Newscutter and
has skills with graphics software such as Photoshop and elements;
familiarity with Windows a must. Resume to the WXIX-TV HR Dept., 635 W.
Seventh St., Cincinnati, OH 45203or e-mail (9/19)

    -- Openings at WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH: Weekend meteorologist/news
reporter (Job #200CG) who is dynamic, equally good reporting general
assignment news and knows meteorology, current technology, techniques and
equipment; degree in meteorology preferred. Producer (Job #200TS) who
can differentiate and showcase a newscast that is urgent and relevant to
viewers and can work comfortably with all of the tools - two SNG trucks,
multiple ENG trucks, 24/7 helicopter, an investigative unit, special
projects unit and a Washington bureau. Director (Job #200JO) with at
least three years experience who will direct fast-paced newscasts,
special events and studio production, both in-studio and in the field;
must work closely with producers and the production staff to produce a
clean and compelling product; must work well under pressure tape should
include director's track.   Tape and resume to Margaret Thomas, HR Dept.,
WBNS-TV/Dispatch Broadcast Group, 770 Twin Rivers Dr., Columbus, OH
43215, call (614) 460-2874 or e-mail (9/18)

    ** Openings at WSYX/WTTE-TV, Columbus, OH: Anchor/reporter (Job
#COL01223) with at least two years experience who is a proven performer,
can front fast-paced newscasts, is a strong storyteller and is an
editorial leader. Anchor/reporter (Job #COL01226) with four years
experience who is not afraid of hard work, loves getting the story firs
and telling it best, is creative, is a strong writer and copy editor, has
proven enterprise reporting skills and knows how to connect with viewers.
GA reporter (Job #COL01213) with 2-4 years experience who has experience
developing story ideas and gathering information for newscasts, works
hard to get stories, loves telling stories in creative ways and is a
sound writer; apply online at and then send tape/DVD to the
WSYX/WTTE HR Dept., 1261 Dublin Rd., Columbus, OH 43215. (9/24)

    -- Openings at WKEF/WRGT-TV, Dayton, OH: Producer (Job #DAY01117)
with at least one year experience who has solid news judgment, is a good
writer and organizer, has a track record of handling live and breaking
stories well, and whose newscasts have high production value; must be
able to work nights, weekends and holidays, and Web skills are a plus.
Apply online at, then send DVD/tape and resume to Patrick
Casey, ND, WKEF/WRGT-TV, 45 Broadcast Plaza, Dayton, OH 45418.   (9/18)

    ** Openings at WHIO-TV, Dayton, OH: Assignment editor who is
experienced, can multi-task, can assist with writing and creating content
for the station Web site, is a good writer, has great people and phone
skills, can manage multiple crews and can help gather, confirm, generate
and assign stories; resume to Jill Krause, assignment mgr., or e-mail Part-time videographer/editors with three years
experience shooting, editing and setting up and executing live shots,
live truck operation and non-linear editing background; must be able to
shoot and perform in all kinds of storytelling conditions, make quick
decisions in the field under extreme pressure and make the best use of
natural sound, turning out stories with beginnings, middles and ends
using steady, sequenced video; tape and resume to James Robinson, chief
photojournalist, WHIO-TV, 1414 Wilmington Av., Dayton, OH 45420 or e-mail No calls. (9/24)
    -- WTLW-TV, Lima, OH seeks a sports reporter/anchor with at least two
years experience who will primarily report for a 20-minute, nightly
sports highlight program that covers 70 different HS programs and five
local colleges, including Ohio State athletics; must shoot and edit on
non-linear equipment, write under deadline pressure, perform daily
assignments with minimal supervision, produce video pieces for broadcast,
script programs and add creative input for sports programs; may also
function as on-camera talent for the highlight show. Tape and resume to
Andy Lynch, sports director, WTLW-TV, 1844 Baty Rd., Lima, OH 45807 or e-
mail (9/25)

    -- Openings at WLIO-TV, Lima, OH: Morning anchor/producer who will
anchor and co-produce five days a week as well as report and shoot on a
daily basis; must be able to go live smoothly from the field, be a good
video editor and writer and have a working knowledge of multi-platform
delivery. Experienced weekend reporter/videographer who knows DVCPro
equipment, is creative, can put a face on a story and can produce content
for use over the air, on line and for mobile platforms; non-linear
editing ability a plus. VHS tape/DVD and resume to Lon Tegels, ND, WLIO-
TV, 1424 Rice Av., Lima, OH 45805. No calls or e-mail. (9/19)

    -- Openings at WTOV-TV, Steubenville, OH: Videographer (Job #VID-
0809) who has a creative eye, has a passion for news, has a desire to be
a team player, can edit video and packages, can operate a live truck and
knows P2 equipment. Weekend anchor-producer/reporter-videographer (Job
#WEANC0609) with at least one year experience who is an aggressive
storyteller, can hit the ground running, is an exceptional writer, can
edit what you shoot, can juggle multiple stories and can anchor and
producer the 6 and 11 p.m. weekend newscasts.   Reporter/videographer
(Job #GAR0609) who is an aggressive storyteller, is an exceptional writer
and interviewer, can juggle multiple stories, can edit video and packages
and can contribute to the station Web site. Experience and familiarity
with the Ohio Valley a plus for both jobs. DVD and resume to Brandon
Gobel, ND, WTOV-TV, Box 9999, 9 Red Donley Plaza, Steubenville, OH 43952
or e-mail No calls. (9/25)

    -- Openings at WTOL-TV, Toledo, OH: Assistant news director with at
least three years of leadership/management experience who has the
leadership skills to help guide the organization in a competitive market,
can provide direction for day-to-day news coverage, breaking news/weather
and other major stories; must have background in today's multi-platform
newsgathering world, is a strong journalist, can stay true to the brand,
can inspire producers and reporters, shows creativity and can craft
compelling newscasts and stories. Tape and resume to Andi Roman, WTOL-
TV, 730 N. Summit St., Toledo, OH 43604 or e-mail No
calls. (9/19)

    -- Openings at WNWO-TV, Toledo, OH: Chief journalist
(anchor/reporter) with at least two years experience who will be a
newsroom leader, can anchor a main newscast, can report each day and
brings fresh, compelling and relevant local story ideas to the table each
day. Assignment editor/Web producer who is self-starting, can generate
and set up story ideas, can monitor scanners, can keep track of crews and
can update the Web site. Producer who is more than a show-stacker, has
good time management and storytelling skills, can generate relevant local
story ideas and can edit video and packages for use on-air. Anchor-
producer/reporter-videographer with at least two years experience who is
self-starting, can do it all and brings story ideas that are fresh,
compelling, relevant and local each day. Tape, resume and writing
samples to Tim Livingston, ND, WNWO-TV, 300 S. Byrne Rd., Toledo, OH
43615. No calls. (9/11)

    -- WHIZ-AM/FM/TV, Zanesville, OH seeks an entry-level reporter/anchor
who can work on television or radio, can write for the stations' Web
site, is serious about the news business and is committed to being a team
player; ability to shoot video a plus. Tape and resume to George Hiotis,
ND, WHIZ-AM/FM/TV, 629 Downard Rd., Zanesville, OH 43701. (9/8)

    -- Openings at WSMV-TV, Nashville, TN: Meteorologist with at least
three years on-air forecasting experience who can develop and present
weathercasts consistent with the station's mission and branding, can
implement station weather research initiatives, can develop weathercast
to attract the largest available audience, can expand weather reach to
digital platforms, ad-libs well, can lead long-form severe weather
coverage as a solo or with a team, has an AMS or NWA seal and knows
complex computer-driven weather production systems, preferably WSI and
Barons.   Videographer (Jobs #WSMV472 and WSMV511) with at least two
years experience who is creative under extreme pressure, is well-versed
in newsgathering technology (including DVCPro and P2 equipment), is an
accomplished video storyteller, knows how to monitor police scanners
(including terminology), knows all aspects of lighting for video, can do
non-linear (Newscutter) editing and can operate microwave and satellite
trucks. Tape/DVD and resume to the WSMV-TV HR Dept., 5700 Knob Rd.,
Nashville, TN 37209, fax (615) 353-2395 or e-mail

     -- Openings at WTVF, Nashville, TN: Top-notch reporter with at
least two years experience who is competitive, is a skilled writer, works
well under pressure and is a team player; must research stories, organize
and set up interviews, organize video shoots, field produce stories,
report live smoothly and assist with the placement of crews and
resources; must be able to work at any hour. Apply to Sandy Boonstra, ND,
WTVF, 474 James Robertson Pkwy., Nashville, TN 37219. No calls. (9/25)
    ** Openings at WZTV, Nashville, TN: Assignment editor/associate
producer with at least one year desk experience for its morning news and
entertainment program who can handle a variety of duties, including
gathering information, writing stories, posting Web content, setting up
guest interviews, working with producers to develop stories and assisting
in the production of newscasts; must have good news judgment. Evening
assignment editor who can manage resources, gather information, work
closely with producers, generate great story ideas, develop sources,
monitor scanners, handle phones, display a great work ethic, multi-task
under pressure and demonstrate a knowledge of mid-Tennessee; experience
preferred. Apply online at, then send resume to Ken Smith,
ND, WZTV, 631 Mainstream Dr., Nashville, TN 37228. (9/24)

    -- Openings at WPTY/WLMT-TV, Memphis, TN: Two experienced reporters
who are visual storytellers, who understand that real people make the
best stories better and know how to deliver live shots and stand-ups that
are active, visual and far from the everyday; apply to Peter Jacobus, ND.
Videographer who can tell people stories using pictures and sound, can
critique and coach others on staff, can shoot on DVCPro equipment, can
set up live shots and operate a live trucks, and known non-linear
editing; tape/DVD, resume and references to Brad Nygaard, chief
photojournalist. Video editor/associate producer who can help write for
newscasts, can be trained to fill-in as a producer, is a good
communicator and is experienced with Avid Newscutter, Leitch, EditStar or
FinalCut Pro; DVD/tape, resume and references to Bridget Lovelle, AND,
WPTY/WLMT-TV, 2701 Union Av. Extended, Memphis, TN 38112. No calls.

     -- Openings at WBIR-TV, Knoxville, TN: Degreed meteorologist with
at least two years on-air experience who has background studying severe
weather in the field, can use a broad range of technology, embraces the
Internet and social media tools for expanding weather coverage and can
work in a fast-paced team atmosphere. Creative, dedicated
reporter/videographer with at least two years experience who can
research, write, shoot and edit stories for use on-air, online and live
in the field; must be effective at enterprising stories, at working
independently and at turning effective stories that make a difference;
must be comfortable using computers, social media and emerging
technologies. Tape/DVD and resume to Bill Shory, ND, WBIR-TV, 1513
Hutchinson Av., Knoxville, TN 37917. (9/6)
    ** WTVC, Chattanooga, TN seeks an anchor with at least two years
experience for its 10 p.m. Fox client station newscast who can
demonstrate the full range of anchoring and producing skills, is a
compelling writer and showcrafter, has an engaging on-air delivery, knows
local TV news standards and practices, knows the hardware and software
needed to produce local T news, is well-motivated, has good news judgment
and has the ability to work well in a team setting.   DVDE and resume to
tom Henderson, ND, WTVC, 4279 Benton Dr., Chattanooga, TN 37406. (9/25)

    -- WDEF-TV, Chattanooga, TN seeks a morning show producer with 1-3
years experience who can write well, fill-in on other shifts as needed,
edit video, handle the assignment desk and knows basic computer skills.
Tape/DVD and resume to the WDEF-TV HR Dept., 3300 Broad St., Chattanooga,
TN 37408 or e-mail (9/8)
    -- WRCB-TV, Chattanooga, TN seeks a videographer with 1-2 years
experience who can work with Beta SX and P2 equipment, can operate a live
truck, is creative, has a passion for news and can work well with the
rest of the team; switching to Quantel non-linear edit system. DVD/VHS
tape and resume to Jason Clouse, chief photojournalist, WRCB-TV, 900
Whitehall Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37405. (9/25)
    -- Openings at WBBJ-TV, Jackson, TN: Meteorologist/reporter-
videographer who will anchor either on weekday mornings or weekends and
shoot and edit a franchise series during the week; must have thorough
knowledge of all aspects of weather data interpretation and forecasting,
and the drive and know-how to make forecasts come alive; background with
VIPIR and Fastrac a plus, while recent college graduates in meteorology
are preferred. Part-time news production editor/videographer. Newscast
director who can punch a show full of live news segments, always remains
calm and won't be a screamer; the station will consider entry level
candidates who have solid references and the potential to direct; tape
should include director's track. Tape, resume, references and letter
stating salary history to Brad Grantham, ND, WBBJ-TV, 346 Muse St.,
Jackson, TN 38301 or e-mail (9/25)

    -- Openings at KETV, Omaha, NE: High-energy, creative producer who is
self-starting; newscast production experience a must, while reporting
background is a plus. Weekend sports anchor/reporter-videographer with
two years experience who can do both sports and GA news reporting, as
needed; must have high energy, have a style that sets you apart, is
creative, is a strong writer, has the ability to produce innovative
sportscasts and break stories. Part-time GA news reporter who has high
energy, is self-starting, is a creative writer, is an excellent
storyteller, goes live smoothly, can develop contacts and break news
stories and can work the early-morning weekend shift. Tape/DVD, resume
and references to Rose Ann Shannon, ND, KETV, 2665 Douglas St., Omaha, NE
68131. (9/19)

    -- Openings at KLKN-TV, Lincoln, NE: Chief photographer with at
least one year TV shooting experience who will be responsible for
shooting exceptional news and sports footage and setting up live shots.
Reporter/videographer who is a strong writer and interviewer, can
generate strong live shots and compelling story ideas, and can write,
shoot and edit smoothly on tight deadlines; experience preferred. Video
specialist who will emphasize video collection and dissemination for use
over-the-air and on all other platforms, can respond quickly to breaking
news, can collect and convey facts as needed, can operate video and audio
recording tools, can transport and deploy equipment, and can edit, write
and report accurately and creatively under deadline pressure. Part-time
(20+ hours/week) sports reporter; experience preferred; minimum-wage job;
the station will consider broadcast journalism students. Tape/DVD and
resume to the KLKN-TV HR Dept., 3240 S. Tenth St., Lincoln, NE 65802.

    -- KOLN/KGIN-TV, Lincoln, NE: Lincoln-based meteorologist who can
produce weather information for use over the air and on the Web, can
present current and accurate weather information, can help with emergency
and severe-weather coverage, can produce and provide weather information
as needed live. DVD/tape and resume to the KOLN/KGIN-TV HR Dept., 840
N.40th St., Lincoln, NE 68503, fax (402) 233-7885 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)
    ** Openings at KLKN-TV, Lincoln, NE: Morning/midday producer who is
a goood writer, has good editorial judgment and can take responsibility
for the creation of newscasts with fresh content, strong story flow and
supporting graphics; the station will consider entry-level candidates
with outstanding background. Weekend reporter-videographer/producer who
can generate strong live shots, has compelling story ideas, can write and
shoot on tight deadlines and can producer four weekend newscasts,
reporting the rest of the time; experience preferred. VHS tape/DVD and
resume to the KLKN-TV HR Dept., 3240 S. Tenth St., Lincoln, NE 68502.

    -- Openings at KHAS-TV, Hastings, NE: Anchor/reporter with at least
two years experience who is a newsroom leader, wants to be involved in
the community, wants to get out from behind the anchor desk to tell the
stories of people from central NE and northern KS, is a strong writer,
can handle breaking news smoothly, demonstrates superior editorial
judgment and can create compelling stories for use over-the-air and
online. DVD and resume to Dennis Kellogg, ND, KHAS-TV, Box 578, Hastings,
NE 68902. No calls. (8/29)
    -- KHGI-TV, Hastings, NE seeks a weekend sports anchor/reporter-
videographer (Job #15-141) with at least one year experience who can
shoot, edit, run the live truck, post to the Web, meet daily news and
sports deadlines, have a great personality that the community can
recognize and trust and can do it all smoothly and comfortably despite
deadlines. Tape/DVD and resume to the KHGI-TV personnel dept., Box 220,
Kearney, NE 68848-0220, call (308) 743-2494 x-115, fax (308) 743-2644 or
e-mail (9/3)

    -- Openings at KTKA-TV, Topeka, KS: Reporter/videographer (multimedia
journalist) with at least one year experience who can shoot, write, edit
and report for daily newscasts. Meteorologist/reporter with at least one
year on-air forecasting experience who can anchor weathercasts and can be
trained to shoot, write, edit and report news at other times. Part-time
sports reporter with at least one year experience who has solid news
judgment, can shoot and edit video, can post text and video to the Web.
May lead to full-time work. Tape and resume to the KTKA-TV HR Dept.,
2121 SW Chelsea Dr., Topeka, KS 66614 or e-mail
    ** KSNT-TV, Topeka, KS seeks a primary anchor/reporter with at least
two years experience who is a newsroom leader, is a strong writer, can
clearly represent the station brand on-set weeknights at 6 and 10, is a
great storyteller, can verbally communicate information both
extemporaneously and from the TelePrompTer, is engaged in the community,
can tell compelling stories as a reporter, is people-oriented and wants
to work with producers to create newscasts that are clear and accurate;
good news judgment is a must, along with the ability to do on-camera
interviewing. Tape/DVD and resume to the KSNT-TV HR Dept., Box 2700,
Topeka, KS 66618. No calls. (9/23)
    ** WIBW-TV, Topeka, KS seeks a weekend anchor-producer/reporter-
videographer who will anchor and produce on Saturday and Sunday mornings,
and report and do fill-in anchoring at other times, working as the main
weekday reporter; must be high-energy, a multi-tasker and be able to
upload to the Web. DVD and resume to the WIBW-TV HR Dept., 631 SW
Commerce Pl., Topeka, KS 66615. (9/24)

    ** KATV, Little Rock, AR seeks a producer with two years of newscast
producing experience who can take responsibility for format,
organization, coordination with other departments, news writing and
distribution of final scripts; must be able to write well, make quick and
appropriate decisions, maintain cooperation and know journalistic
standards. Tape/DVD and resume to the KATV senior news photographer, 401
S. Main St., Little Rock, AR 72201 or e-mail (9/25)
    -- Openings at KTHV-TV, Little Rock, AR: Reporter-
videographer/producer with 1-3 years experience who can generate and
suggest compelling stories each day, produce and update stories for use
over-the-air and on other platforms, write and provide visual content and
edit non-linear stories for all platforms. Part-time associate producer
with 1-2 years experience who will write and produce stories, edit on
non-linear equipment for all platforms, update Web sites, post text and
visuals to Web sites, assist in production of newscasts and operate the
TelePrompTer. Tape/DVD, resume and references to Chuck Maulden, ND,
KTHV-TV, 720 Izard St., Little Rock, AR 72201. (9/25)

    -- Openings at KNWA/KFTA-TV, Fayetteville, AR: Newsroom manager with
extensive newsroom experience who will help run the day-to-day news
assignments, help manage the news staff, knows what makes news in the
market, is a strong writer and can hit the ground running; background
with iNews a big plus; tape and resume to Brooke Thomas, ND. Primary
anchor for KFTA-TV with at lest one year anchoring and reporting
experience who exudes personality, intelligence and wit both on and off
the camera, can do high-profile community involvement, knows multimedia
newsgathering, has a "get it done" attitude, has a sense of urgency, and
has background with iNews, Newscutter, social networking and community
relations; tape and resume to Brooke Thomas, ND. GA reporter with at
least one year experience on-air who is motivated, self-starting, has
background in and skill shooting and editing video, has a get-it-done
attitude and has a sense of urgency; experience with iNews and Newscutter
preferred; DVD and resume to the KNWA/KFTA-TV HR Dept., 15 S. Block Av.,
Suite 101, Fayetteville, AR 72701. (9/25)

    -- Openings at KFSM-TV, Ft. Smith, AR: Anchor/reporter with at least
two years experience who will front its major newscasts and will report
for use over the air, online and via wireless; must develop and maintain
personal contacts, become involved in community organizations, represent
the station at functions and serve as a leader in the newsroom, offering
advice, editing and suggesting stories while working closely with the
show producer and writing/editing scripts for air; tape and resume to
Rick Bagley, ND. Producer who will produce newscasts,, special reports,
cut-ins and news specials; must work closely with reporters and anchors
to assure news broadcasts that are fresh, new and hard each day, working
well under extreme pressure and deadlines; tape and resume to Rick
Bagley, ND. Videographer who can shoot and edit video under extreme
deadline pressure, work with or without a reporter, operate a live truck,
perform routine maintenance on equipment, be willing to get into nooks
and crannies and high places to shoot video and work in al kinds of
weather conditions; tape and resume to Chad Sharpe, chief photographer,
KFSM-TV, 4201 N. Shiloh Dr., Suite 169, Fayetteville, AR 72703, fax (479)
521-6579 or e-mail (9/25)

    -- Openings at KHBS/KHOG-TV, Ft. Smith, AR: Reporter/videographer
who is a great writer, has solid news judgment, will bring lead story
ideas to the table daily, can edit what you shoot, is creative and
resourceful, and has the high energy level needed for a live, local,
late-breaking format. DVD and resume to Mike Courington, ND, KHBS/KHOG-
TV, 2415 N. Albert Pike, Ft. Smith, AR 72904. (9/19)

    -- Openings at KAIT-TV, Jonesboro, AR: Part-time associate producer
who seeks a foot in the door, is willing to work the morning shift
editing video, writing news copy, posting Web content and performing
other duties as assigned. DVD and resume to Hatton Weeks, ND, KAIT-TV,
Box 790, Jonesboro, AR 72403. No calls. (9/8)
    -- KOTA-TV, Rapid City, SD seeks an entry-level weekend sports/news
reporter-videographer who is a strong storyteller, can put together
creative stories from start to finish for use over-the-air and on the Web
and has a strong commitment to local sports coverage (including hunting
and fishing). DVD/VHS tape and resume to John Petersen, ND, KOTA-TV, Box
1760, Rapid City, SD 7709 or e-mail (8/26)
    ** KCFW-TV, Kalispell, MT seeks a sports reporter/anchor who will
cover prep sports and MT outdoor activities as well as more traditional
sports, along with the occasional news assignment; must be willing to
sign a two-year contract. DVD and resume to Jim Harmon, dir. of news
ops., KECI-TV/Eagle Communications, 340 W. Main St., Missoula, MT 59802.
    -- WCNC-TV, Charlotte, NC seeks an executive news director (Job #09-
03) with at least three years ND or four years newsroom management
experience in a medium to large market; must be a passionate journalist,
an effective manager, a compassionate leader, is results-oriented, has a
track record of success and can take a motivated staff to the next level.
Send resume to the WCNC-TV HR Dept., 1001 Wood Ridge Center Dr.,
Charlotte, NC 2817-1901. (9/21)
    -- WBTV, Charlotte, NC seeks a videographer with at least two years
experience who knows non-linear editing, knows how to operate a live
truck, is experience with stabilized helicopter cameras, knows P2 cameras
and knows Edius editing equipment; must be well-organized, be able to
meet deadlines under stressful situations, be willing to cross-train in
different areas of news and production that will include the assignment
desk, new media and studio production and be able to work a variety of
schedules that will include nights and weekends. Tape and resume to
Baron Murphy,. WBTV, 1 Julian Price Pl., Charlotte, NC 28208 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)

    -- Openings at WSOC/WAXN-TV, Charlotte, NC: Aggressive and
experienced nightside assignment editor (Job #294448) who loves to break
news and win; must be able to question the answers, be organized well, be
able to communicate accurate and timely information effectively to crews,
producers and managers, displaying an ability to research well; tape and
resume to Linda Nester, assignment mgr. Experienced weekday morning
meteorologist (Job #294357) who can tell a weather stories that viewers
can understand, is forecast-driven, knows the technology and loves
reporting on severe weather; must produce forecasts for use over the air,
on the Web and in other digital applications. Weekend evening
anchor/reporter who is aggressive, experienced and can handle breaking
news and all aspects of a newscast comfortably; apply to Robin Whitmeyer,
ND. Creative, enterprising producer (Job #294757) with at least two
years experience who can hit the ground running, is a strong writer and
can post to the Web calmly under deadline pressure; tape and resume to
Shelley Lynch, EP. Experienced associate producer (Job #294758) who is a
good writer, can work different shifts (including overnights), can
research stories and can post to the Web; tape and resume to Shelley
Lynch, EP, WSOC/WAXN-TV, 1901 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206. No
calls. (9/19)
    ** Openings at ABC-owned WTVD, Raleigh-Durham, NC:
Reporter/videographer (digital journalist - Job #203470) who can report,
shoot and edit stories for the 11 p.m. weeknight newscast and use online;
experience a must. Apply online at, create a
candidate profile, upload your resume file and then send DVD and resume
to Rob Elmore, ND, WTVD, 411 Liberty St., Durham, NC 27701. (9/25)
    -- Openings at WLOS-TV, Asheville, NC: Chief meteorologist (Job #ASH-
01164) with at least five years on-air forecasting experience who has a
meteorology degree, has AMS or NWA seal, has a commitment to produce
accurate forecasts, goes live smoothly can make everyday weather relevant
and interesting, can help develop content and graphics, can lead and
manage the weather department, can train and schedule meteorologists, can
work with members of the weather team to present a consistent forecast
and graphic look, can do forecasting for radio and the Web locally, can
work with producers to determine relevant weather content in breaking and
everyday situations, can do live shots, can report from community events
and in breaking news situations and can make public appearances on the
station's behalf. Producer (Job #ASH01165) with at least three years line
producing experience who is creative, is a leader, is calm under
pressure, has breaking news and liveshot experience, can work nights and
weekends as needed, can determine newscast content, can write well, can
interact with crews in the field, can help maintain the station Web site
and can edit on Avid equipment. Apply online at, then send
tape and resume to the WLOS ND, 110 Technology Dr., Asheville, NC 28803.

    -- Openings at WFMY-TV, Greensboro, NC: Reporter/videographer with
several years of on-camera experience who is ambitious, talented, not
afraid of the Web, has strong reporting skills, has good on-air presence,
and can produce content for use over-the-air, online and via mobile;
reporter will be equipped with laptops, air cards and lightweight
professional cameras to allow for in-the-field Web publishing and
efficient newsgathering. Sports reporter/videographer with at least two
years experience who will develop hyper-local stories, features and
segments - not a traditional highlight-driven sportscast - front stories,
shoot and write material and display a team attitude; tape and resume to
the WFMY-TV ND. Producer who is looking to be challenged and express
creativity, can develop a vision for a newscast, can work with the team
to carry it out, can advocate for viewers, can connect with the community
and can allow customers to be part of the newsgathering process; requires
strong writing and decision-marking while working under intense deadline
pressure for use over-the-air and online; DVD and resume to Larry Schell,
WFMY-TV, 1615 Phillips Av., Greensboro, NC 27405 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)
    -- Openings at WECT-TV, Wilmington, NC: News director who has a
track record of successfully leading aggressive news coverage, is a
strong leader and communicator, has a passion for news, can set and
communicate goals and strategies, knows how to budget, can provide
strategic direction for day-to-day coverage, excels at breaking news and
weather coverage, gets major stories on the air first, can kept the
station's Web site well-fed and can communicate and protect the brand
image consistently; should have a good record of working with other
departments on a variety of special projects. Senior reporter with at
least three years TV reporting experience who has strong live skills, can
work with a staff of energetic reporters and producers, can help
reporters prepare stories for use over-the-air and on the Web, has good
new media skills, has strong and creative writing techniques and has the
ability to teach them. Tape and resume to Gary McNair, WECT-TV, 322
Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412 or e-mail No
calls. (9/19)
    -- Openings at WOLO-TV, Columbia, SC: Sports anchor/reporter-
videographer with at least one year experience who is team-oriented, is
hard-working, is multi-talented, has in-depth knowledge of SC sports, has
experience with new media, can post to the Web, can download video, can
take on site management for the sports Web page and is available to work
weekends, nights and irregular hours. Associate news producer with one
year experience who is a great writer, has good news judgment, has
experience producing a newscast, can download video, can edit, can update
news wires, can stream video and do Web site management; will be
responsible for training and support for online content producers, so
must be proficient in Web content, design and news writing. Tape and
resume to Crysty Vaughan, ND, WOLO-TV, 5807 Shakespeare Rd., Columbia, SC
29223 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)

    -- WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC seeks a dependable, hard-working producer
with at least one year experience who can take responsibility for both TV
newscasts and news content on a Web channel; should be an excellent
writer, a strong leader, work well under pressure, thrive in an
environment that is fast-paced and highly competitive; experience
creating stories and video for broadcast and Web a plus; must be able to
work a flexible schedule that will include late nights, overnights,
weekends and holidays. Tape and resume to Kelly Ennis, WCSC-TV, 2126
Charlie Hall Blvd., Charleston, SC 29414, fax (843) 402-5579 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)
    -- WYFF-TV, Greenville/Spartanburg, SC seeks a weather
anchor/reporter with two years experience who will serve as weekend
weather anchor and as a GA news reporter during the week; may also do
some fill-in news anchoring; AMS seal preferred, along with background of
WSI and Weather Central systems. DVD and resume to Justin Antoniotti,
ND, WYFF-TV, 505 Rutherford St., Greenville, SC 20609. (9/19)
    -- Openings at WMBF-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC: Part-time weather anchor
who can cover weekend weathercasts and do other weather fill-in as
needed, performing video journalist and associate producer duties at
other times; meteorology degree strongly preferred, along with experience
in a commercial TV environment; must work well under deadline pressure.
Associate producer/video journalist who can write scripts, shoot, write,
edit video, make beat calls, post stories on the station Web site and can
become proficient on Edius, COD, Oasis and ENPS; must be willing to work
any shift. Tape/DVD and resume to Matt Miller, ND, WMBF-TV, Box 3579,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 or e-mail No calls. (9/8)
    ** WCBD-TV, Mt. Pleasant, SC seeks a producer (Job #CBD-000239) with
2-4 years newscast producing experience who can write and approve
scripts, stack newscasts, gather information over the phone and perform
other duties as assigned; should know computers, be familiar with video
logging and editing and have background with ENPS. Apply online at (9/25)


    -- RFD Radio Network, Bloomington, IL seeks a news manager (Job
#090000229) for its statewide agricultural network, owned by the Illinois
Farm Bureau, which serves more than 70 stations, producing and
distributing 2-1/2 hours of daily programming; must be an ag
reporter/anchor who covers farm news and information, working in-studio
and from the field. Must know the operation of automation equipment from
the studio and on location; those who have good knowledge of the needs of
mid-sized Illinois radio markets would offset a lack of specific
knowledge about agriculture. Send tape/CD/mp3 and resume to Dennis
Vercler, 1701 Towanda Av., Bloomington, IL 61701, call (309) 557-2236
with questions or e-mail (9/25)
    -- Iowa Public Radio, Des Moines, IA seeks a committed and energetic
anchor/reporter with at least two years experience who will host Morning
Edition cut-ins and local newscasts, host local continuity breaks for a
statewide broadcast and play a vital role in IPR's overall reporting and
production of news content through the reporting and production of spot
news stories, in-depth features and interview segments; background
operating a variety of broadcast equipment is helpful, including control
boards, digital editing systems (Adobe Audition preferred), field
recording units and other production equipment. Submit CD/mp3 of
anchoring, hosting, reporting and interviewing, with resume and contact
information for at least three professional references to Matt Sieren,
c/o Morning Edition Host Search, IPR, 2111 Grand Av., Suite 100, Des
Moines, IA 50312, call (515) 725-1700 or e-mail (9/18)

    -- Openings at CBS-owned WBBM (AM), Chicago seeks an full-time (Job
#933BR) anchor who has extensive radio news background, strong on-air
communications skills, background as a reporter, strong writing skills,
and an ability to think ahead, ask probing questions and deal with high-
pressure situations with ease and grace; curiosity and a natural rapport
with people on all levels is a must. Tape and resume to Ron Gleason,
director of news and programming, WBBM Newsradio 780, 180 N. Stetson Av.,
Suite 1100, Chicago, IL 60601 or apply online at^lQZ8tpEJC4
d=0. Part-time assistant producer (Job #2113BR) who will take in and
edit audio from multiple sources, including reporters, weather fees and
network audio feeds; must also check on breaking news tips, use the
Internet and other sources to follow up or gain insight for use in
reporting stories; must screen calls from public relations firms, take
messages for reporters and forward complaints to management apply online
eqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5129&JobSiteInfo=145522_5129&GQId=0. No
calls. EOE (8/28)
    -- WDKB-FM, DeKalb, IL seeks a fill-in morning news anchor to work
Sept. 8, 9 and 10; experience a must. Tape/CD/mp3 and resume to Ken
Misch, PD, WDKB-FM, 2201 N. First St., DeKalb, IL 60115 or e-mail
(preferred) EOE (9/1)
    -- WJBC (AM), Bloomington, IL seeks a reporter/anchor with 2-3 years
experience who will focus on writing, reporting and anchoring, although
additional broadcast opportunities could be available; must have great
people skills, have a love for news and be ready to work hard on the
streets and over the phone building relationships and developing news
sources; NOT a rip-and-read job. Tape/CD, resume and references to R.C.
McBride, PD, WJBC (AM), Box 8, 236 Greenwood Av., Bloomington, IL 61704
or e-mail No calls. EOE (8/28)

    -- WCBU-FM, Peoria, IL seeks a reporter who can cover the scenic
Illinois River Valley, producing wraps and features, contributing to
online content, developing and producing special news programs, serving
as a fill-in program host as needed, performing evening and weekend work
and participating in on-air pledge/fundraising drives; the successful
candidate will be expected to have digital audio production proficiency,
superior communications skills both written and verbal, the ability to
demonstrate respect and sensitivity for cultural differences. Submit
CD/mp3 that includes wraps, features and hosting examples along with a
letter that addresses your qualifications, a resume and contact
information for three professional references to the WCBU-FM Reporter
search, Bradley University Jobst 218, 1501 W. Bradley Av., Peoria, IL
61625, e-mail or apply online at
rd-2008November-NewsReporter.pdf. EOE (9/19)
    -- WTMJ (AM), Milwaukee, WI seeks a part-time newscaster/producer
with at least one year experience who is a good writer, is authoritative
on-air, has strong reporting and problem solving skills, has good work
ethics and news judgments, has good production skills, can meet deadlines
and is detail oriented and can write for the Web s well as over-the-air;
computer proficiency in newsroom software, including digital editing, a
must. Tape/CD/mp3 and resume to Jon Byman, ND/executive editor, WTMJ
(AM), 720 E. Capitol Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53212 or e-mail EOE (9/18)
    -- Lakeshore Public Radio, Merrillville, IN news director (see
listing under "television"). EOE (9/4)

    -- WOWO (AM), Ft. Wayne, IN seeks a part-time news anchor/reporter
who has a good on-air delivery, has solid news writing skills, can multi-
task, can assemble stories with accuracy and speed, has a passion for
news, has a passion for delivering the news with authority, energy and a
compelling delivery; should have a passion for getting stories on the air
first. Tape/CD/mp3, resume, writing samples and contact information for
references to Dan Mandis, ops. mgr., WOWO (AM), 2915 Maples Rd., Ft.
Wayne, IN 46816 or e-mail (9/19)
    -- KDTH/KATF/KGRR/WVRE, Dubuque, IA seek a morning news
anchor/reporter who is a good writer and editor and has a strong on-air
presence; experience is preferred. Tape/CD/mp3 and resume to Ed
Anderson, news director, KDTH/KATF/KGRR/WVRE, Box 659, Dubuque, IA 52004-
0659 or e-mail EOE (9/17)

    -- KNIA/KRLS, Knoxville, IA seeks a sports play-by-play announcer who
can do high school football, basketball, volleyball, baseball and
softball; while experience is preferred, the stations are not opposed to
helping someone with the right attitude get started in the business;
position also includes a board shift and production and the opportunity
to help with some college sports PBP. The stations prefer candidates
with three or more years of experience but will look at all applicants
with an open mind. Send tape/mp3 and resume to Jim Butler, GM,
KNIA/KRLS, Box 31, Knoxville, IA 50138 or e-mail

    -- CBS-owned KMOX (AM) St. Louis, MO seeks part-time newsroom desk
assistants (Job #1699BR) who have writing, editing and interviewing
experience and can work nights and weekends. Apply online at^lQZ8tpEJC4
d=0. EOE (9/18)
    ** KMBZ (AM), Kansas City, MO seeks several part-time
anchor/reporters with at least two years reporting experience who live in
the KC metro area. E-mail mp3 and resume to Nichole Teich, ND, at (9/24)

    -- KSTP (AM), St. Paul, MN seeks   an experienced part-time
anchor/reporter (Job #43-09) who can   gather news from various sources,
can select the best for twice-hourly   updates, can write and produce news
stories that most effectively convey   the latest news, can use production
elements to enhance presentation, can update the station Web site, can
edit audio and can rewrite material from sister station KSTP-TV; must be
poised under pressure such as severe weather, breaking news and Amber
Alerts; back-timing skills a must. Tape/CD/mp3 and resume to the KSTP
(AM) HR Dept., 3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN 55114, fax (651) 642-
4314 or e-mail No calls. (9/25)
    ** KWNG, Red Wing, MN seeks an anchor/reporter with at least 3-4
years experience who can cover meetings, interview news sources, anchor
newscasts and news programs, develop and maintain relationships with area
newsmakers, make public appearances and manage remotes and be available
to do possible air shifts and voice tracking; strong news writing ability
a must, along with the ability to operate digital editing and other
broadcast equipment; should have high PR skills for frequent interaction
with the local community. Tape/CD, resume, photo and letter stating
salary requirements to Tom Hughes, ops. mgr., KWNG/Q Media Group, 474
Guernsey Ln., Red Wing, MN 55066, call (651) 388-7151, fax (651) 388-7153
or email (9/26)

    -- WHIO (AM) Dayton, OH seeks an experienced part-time
reporter/anchor who can write news for use over the air and on the
Internet, is extremely dependable and can work from studios in Piqua, OH;
should like a challenge and have a successful employment track record.
Tape/CD and resume to Tommy Collins, APD, WHIO (AM), 1414 Wilmington Av.,
Dayton, OH 45420 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)
    -- WTGR-FM, Greenville, OH seeks a morning drive news/sportscaster
who can also handle a 9a-1p airshift on the country-formatted station,
conduct interactive conversation with community members and attend weekly
meetings; flexile hours on weekend and fill-ins. Tape/CD/mp3 and resume
to Scott Ward, WTGR-FM, Box 176, Greenville, OH 45--1 or e-mail (9/7)
    -- WKNO-FM, Memphis, TN seeks an enterprising GA/feature reporter
with at least one year experience who will be responsible for producing
NPR-style, in-depth local stories that will air on Morning Edition and
ATC cut-ins and elsewhere as assigned; must be enthusiastic,
intellectually curious, have diverse interests, write well, know digital
editing, be able to collaborate or work independently and be willing to
participate in pledge drives. Send feature reporting CD, resume and
contact information for three professional references to the WKNO-FM
executive secretary, Box 241880, Mamphis, TN 38124. (9/8)

    -- KFOR (AM), Lincoln, NE seeks a part-time reporter/anchor who can
produce and deliver the news in a short, succinct and clear fashion at
the top and bottom of the hour, conduct telephone interviews, listen to
scanners, make phone calls to local first responder agencies to verify
scanner info, monitor weather radio and take directions; the job is 25
hours a week to start, but could evolve into more, with hours of 830a-
130p weekdays. E-mail mp3 and resume to Chris Simon, ND, KFOR (AM), to or call with questions to (402) 432-7456. (9/11)
    -- KTIC-AM/FM, West Point, NE seeks a news director who will also co-
host its morning news program; must gather and write the news, edit
audio, have a good on-air presence, go live smoothly, handle severe
weather coverage as needed, cover local newsworthy events and be on top
of breaking news; should be familiar withy basic digital broadcast
equipment and broadcast rules, such as EAS operations and transmitter
readings; must also post local and regional news stories to the station
Web site, send stories to sister stations in Lexington and Scottsbluff
and do some commercial production and voice tracking on stations. Will
have two weekend air shifts a month. Tape/CD and resume to Dwight Lane,
station mgr., KTIC-AM/FM, Box 84, West Point, NE 68788 or e-mail (9/11)

    -- ABC-owned WMVP (AM), Chicago seeks a general editor (Job #202251)
with 3-5 years experience who will edit both original and wire copy for
WSPN local sites, write headlines and link txt to position stories for
users, assess content available from a variety of sources to determine
how it fits into its daily news coverage and programming needs, work
closely with news and copy desks to produce content that
conforms to ESPN style and standards, work with news editors and TV
producers in Bristol, CT headquarters to keep them fully abreast of all
local sports news and has a good grasp of AP style, grammar, syntax and
basic editing functions, writing crisp headlines and presenting and
telling stories in a tight space; must show good judgment in prioritizing
and selecting online content from a variety of sources; must possess back
ground or quickly become competent in html. Apply online at
=202251&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=news. EOE (9/25)

    -- Comcast SportsNet/Chicago seeks a senior multimedia editorial
producer with 5-7 years experience who will be responsible for planning
and creating content on the channel's Web site and other new media
platforms; must work closely with Web coordinators, independent
columnists and writers to assure that the site provides users with the
most relevant content possible; must have a thorough knowledge of Chicago
sports, know the sports industry, have experience managing budgets, know
basic html code and be able to handle high volumes of work quickly and
accurately on deadline. Apply online at
AwMDAwMTgyODJGMjE%3d. EOE (9/25)

    -- WTTW-TV/WFMT, Chicago seek a senior Web designer with at least
three years experience who will work with the Web team to design and
develop visual design, architecture and functionality that reflect
television and radio online and audience development strategies, take the
lead on designing and developing content, manage and maintain day-to-day
content updates, work with the Web and marketing teams to further develop
advertising and e-commerce areas of the site, post and monitor online ad
elements, maintain industry knowledge, monitor competitive Web sites to
keep sites on the cutting edge and help manage content and establish
systems and standards to assure efficient creation, delivery and assembly
of Web content. Web portfolio and resume to the WTTW/WFMT HR Dept., 5400
N. St. Louis Av., Chicago, IL 60625, call (773) 583-5000, fax (773) 509-
5309 or e-mail EOE (9/8)

    -- (Oak Park, IL) seeks a skilled graphic
designer/paginator with 1-3 years experience who is skilled in InDesign,
has a keen eye for copy editing, can assist reporters with pagination and
proofing, uploading final pages to the press room and do in-house ad
design as needed. Apply online at^FNS6NJMsoi
EOE (9/8)
    -- The DeKalb (IL) Daily Chronicle seeks an interactive editor who
can oversee the [production of Web-based stories for use on at least two
news-oriented sites and a new sports-oriented site, work with the
ME/Interactive Media, take responsibility for developing and assigning
long- and short-term online projects, produce breaking news, handling
oversight of in-house video and multimedia projects and have experience
working with industry-standard HD video cameras, building Web pages with
Flash, html, PHP (or ASP) and understand video production, including the
editing of video and audio content; solid writing and editing skills are
a must. Work samples (or Web links) of current work, resume and letter
stating salary requirements to Chris Krug, VP/News and Content, Box 2560,
Crystal lake, IL 60039-0250 or e-mail No calls. EOE

    -- Openings at WIFR-TV, Rockford, IL: Part-time (25 hours/week) Web
content producer who can put text, graphics, video and community-related
content onto the station Web site, drive traffic to the Web site, display
proficiency in Word, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash and Web design while
being available to work all shifts. Part-time (25 hours/week) broadcast
information technologist who can assure that the station's information
technology meets and exceeds corporate standards; should have experience
solving office desktop problems, know computer networks and how they
function; will train to fill positions as needed for vacations and
emergencies. Apply to the WIFR personnel dept., 2523 N. Meridian Rd.,
Rockford, IL 61101 or e-mail   (Indef.)
    -- Openings at WGEM-AM/FM/TV, Quincy, IL: Content manager who will
function as the hub off the news organization and can serve as an
editorial decision-maker for television, radio, Web, mobile and social
networking platforms; the operation has the intention of being a
continuous local news source with an always-immediate deadline mentality,
so the successful candidate will directly oversee and be in nearly
constant contact with all involved in the newsgathering process; must
weigh the full editorial possibility of every story, make immediate
decisions on the ways to disseminate stories on the appropriate
platforms and work with the news director and Internet director to assure
that customers are served on all platforms. Ambitious, creative and
innovative content producer who is a good multi-tasker, can research and
writer stories, can edit and post content on a multitude of platforms,
can edit photos and video as well as sound, is a strong writer and is
fluent in both TV and Web-based information gathering. Work samples,
resume and references to Chad Mahoney, ND, WGEM-AM/FM/TV, 5613 Hampshire,
Quincy, IL 623012. No calls. EOE (9/18)

    -- WKOW-TV, Madison, WI seeks a Web content producer who will
research, write, edit and post content on a multitude of platforms that
include the Web, mobile and social networks; will edit both sound and
pictures and will produce material for use both over the air and on the
Web; must be a strong writer and be fluent in both TV news and Web-based
information sharing. Tape/DVD, resume and references to Perry Boxx, ND,
WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail EOE (9/8)

    -- WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks a news content producer (Job #036)
who has experience writing for and producing deadline TV broadcast news,
posting video and text to the Web and developing stories; must be
competitive, eager to grow, consistently demonstrating initiative and
reliability and able to work flexible days and hours. DVD, resume and
writing samples to Debbie Sand, business mgr., WISE-TV, Box 2121, Ft.
Wayne, IN 46801. (9/19)

    -- The Center for Independent Media (Des Moines, IA) seeks freelance
writer/bloggers for the site who can help too cover
politics at the state, county and local levels; must have reporting
experience, a clear understanding of policy and legislation, an
understanding of state [politics and recent developments in online
newsgathering; an ability to deliver in-depth stories that inspire public
debate and advance the common good; must adhere to the SPJ code of
ethics. Send three or more clips, a resume and three relevant story
pitches in an easily-printable format to
EOE (9/5)

    -- Openings at Gazette Communications, Cedar Rapids, IA: Sports
content manager with 5-7 years reporting and editing experience who will
combine the sports teams from KCRG-TV and the Cedar Rapids Gazette to
deliver sports content to be used in broadcast, print, online and blogs;
duplication of services on this team must be analyzed prior to any final
assignments; must coordinate coverage, supervise the sports staff,
recommend and make decisions regarding personnel, equipment and
administrative matters and prepare and post sports content for use in
blogs, online, print and broadcast; must know digital tools and
techniques, such as blogging, use of social media, databases and linking.
Innovative information content manager with 10 years experience in
editing reporting and photojournalism and at least five years in a
management role who will develop news and other information content
separately from the planning or editing of specific packaged products;
must have strong journalism skills, an entrepreneurial spirit,
communicate well with product planners about content that is being
produced in various topical beat blogs, supervise content providers, do
periodic performance reviews, offer frequent feedback about what works
and where improvements can be made, can coordinate work to assure that
major news and issues in the community are covered without undue
duplication or significant gaps, monitor the total content of the
Information Content Enterprise and suggest adjustments, such as new areas
for coverage in expansion of staff or through independent superbloggers;
must engage with the community extensively. Resume and letter stating
salary requirements for either job to the Gazette Communications HR
Dept., Box 511, 500 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 or e-mail (9/8)
    --, Kansas City, MO seeks a Web designer who can
conceptualize, plan and desgin a wide range of Web projects for KC-area
online news sources; must be fluent in XHTML, CSS and Javascript, have a
working knowledge of the jquery library and be familiar with Drupal
design/development. Link to work samples and resume to Rob Perschau,
1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas city, MO 64108, call (816) 234-4298 or e-mail
(preferred) (9/4)

    -- Openings at the Internet Broadcasting System, St. Paul, MN: Web
designer who can create, generate and finalize graphic design; must
create user interfaces, create and produce graphic elements, provide
constructive feedback and articulate and explain design rationale to IB
and Cox staff. Apply to the Internet Broadcasting System HR Dept. at (9/19)
    -- KARE-TV, Minneapolis, MN multimedia meteorologist (see KARE-TV
listing under "television"). (9/25)
    ** Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, MN seeks an online news reporter
(Job #117-10) who will report, write and/or rewrite stories for the Web
site of MPR News and in general contribute to the new coverage and
enterprising reporting on the site; will handle primarily breaking news
but do some enterprise work, handle GA reporting duties, contribute audio
for newscasts, contribute video when needed, demonstrate knowledge of AP
style, be fair-minded and collaborative, be able to deliver reports on
varied subjects under deadline pressure, handle challenging assignments
and be fluent in top news issues on all levels. Fluency in Spanish and
English a plus, along with a variety of Web, audio and visual production
skills. Pay $43,044-$64,567/year. Apply online at
. (9/25)

    -- Midwest Communications, Kalamazoo, MI seeks a Web designer who
will work on the design and implementation of radio station Web sites,
perform updating and maintenance, knows graphic design and Web design,
understands html and Javascript, is familiar with the Adobe Web Suite on
a PC platform, knows open source platforms and can do some travel in
southwestern Michigan and perhaps to other markets in Wisconsin. Resume
to Dan Cash, director of new media, 4200 W. Main St., Kalamazoo, MI 49006
or e-mail (9/5)

    -- Openings at WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH: Freelance Metromix writers
with two or more years of experience, preferably both online and print,
who can write about what's hot on the Cleveland nightlife scene and know
what 21-34 year olds want. Freelance Metromix photographers with two or
more years of experience who can capture unique shots of Cleveland's best
bars, clubs, restaurants, bowling alleys and more as assigned, with pay
of $5 per venue. Resume and references to Janet Christopher, WKYC-TV HR
Dept., 1333 Lakeside Av., Cleveland, OH 44114, fax (216) 344-3357 or e-
mail No calls. (9/8)
    ** WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH and the Ohio News Network seek a digital
media news editor (Job #200CL) who can produce written and visual content
for company Web sites, translate broadcast copy into newspaper style,
follow AP style and communicate regularly with the assignment desk and
other staff about stories, breaking news, video and upcoming events; must
be a good communicator and well organized, and be able to maintain their
presence on social networking sites that include Facebook, Twitter and
MySpace,. Link to work samples and resume to Margaret Thomas, WBNS-
TV/ONN HR Dept., 770 Twin Rivers Dr., Columbus, OH 43215, call (614) 460-
2784, e-mail or apply online at (9/24)

    -- The Sandusky (OH) Register seeks a Web producer who will keep the
site fresh with stories, photos, video, other interactive ventures and
live streaming from various events in the paper's coverage area, working
under the umbrella of a newly-created multimedia department and directly
with the chief photographer, news editors, sports and the design desk;
the successful candidate also will combine content from its sports
magazine site and entertainment material; must have a nose for
news, be detail- and deadline-oriented, be able to interact with other
departments, know basic Web site technology, html and Photoshop;
preferences will be given to local candidates with Final Cut or Flash
experience. Send CD of work samples and resume to Jason Werling, chief
photographer, 314 W. Market St., Sandusky, OH 44870 or e-mail with URLs
to (9/8)

    -- The Knoxville (TN) News-Sentinel seeks a continuous news editor
(Job #864) with at least five years management experience in a multimedia
situation for its business and metro sections who will direct a staff of
25 writers and editors covering business and local news for print and
electronic products; must have a passion for breaking news and watchdog
reporting, absolute integrity and devotion to the tenets of journalism.
Submit resume and references online at (9/18)

    -- The Garden City (KS) Telegram seeks a Web-savvy, creative and
innovative multimedia Web editor who can handle content development as
well as manage online efforts; must update the newspaper Web site and
niche sites daily, include timely breaking news stories, photos and
video; help conceive and carry out Web projects, provide written content,
produce and edit online video and audio, can keep up with the latest
technologies, train and manage community and in-house bloggers, provide
blogs, monitor and manage social networking media tools such as Facebook,
Twitter and Live chat in order to interact with reads and drive them to
online and print products; must be able to train staff. Work samples and
resume to Brett Riggs, ME, 310 N. Seventh St., Garden City, KS 67846 or
e-mail (9/21)

    -- WFMY-TV, Greensboro, NC seeks a Web multimedia reporter/producer
who has solid on-air skills and a passion for the growing field of
Internet news; must showcase features on multiple Web sites, front these
segments in several newscasts from the studio daily, display strong
writing and decision making, work well with the rest off the team and
deliver under intense deadline pressure. Multi-media reporter and sports
reporter (see WFMY listing under "television"). DVD/links and resume to
the WFMY-TV ND, 1615 Phillips Av., Greensboro, NC 27405 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)

    --, and its related sites and, seek media professionals to write columns and
articles. Columnists must be knowledgeable in a field, and write one
article every week or two. Writers will have their photos placed on each
site along with a paragraph about you and your business. You will be
allowed one banner 234 x 60 with each article to be run for thousands of
freelancers and employers to see. Articles should regard breaking into
the media field as well as how-tos and techniques. Becoming an "expert"
in your field is a key way to land gigs, and has
28,000 subscribers. Although we don't pay, the gigs that will likely
follow will be well worth it. If interested, contact    (Indef.)

    -- Columbia College/Chicago seeks two television producer/directors
(Positions #0656 and 0825) who have an extensive track record in
producing and directing, including drama, comedy and commercials; should
have experience in emerging forms of Internet and mobile television, a
graduate degree, a distinguished record of professional achievement,
teaching experience, the ability to contribute to the quality of the
directing and production concentration, the ability to contribute to the
programming produced on a regular basis through classes and Columbia's
Web TV station, Frequency TV, the ability to teach an array of
introductory and advanced courses, the ability to be closely involved in
refining curriculum offerings in various areas, with a focus on the
Internet and mobile media concentrations; the ability to translate high
professional standards into an academic environment is a must. E-mail
resume/CV and letter stating teaching philosophy to No calls or hard-copy materials. EOE

    -- The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks a head for
its Department of Journalism who will have responsibility for
administering a department of 15 full-time and several adjunct faculty
with an enrollment of 350 undergraduates and 20 master's candidates;
curriculum is news-editorial and broadcast and is committed to an
emphasis on public affairs reporting; will manage all aspects of
departmental affairs, prepare and execute budgets, maintain and enhance
the department's connections with journalism and academic communities at
the state and national levels, maintain the department's relationships
with alumni, will provide innovative leadership, will work cooperatively
with faculty to define the future direction of the department's programs,
work closely with the dean of the college and other department heads in
developing and implementing college policy, will do strategic planning,
will spearhead fundraising, and have a solid and well-rounded education,
a passion for public affairs journalism and the ability t9 lead, motivate
and listen-to colleagues; must have an exemplary professional and/or
academic record, while administrative background is a plus. Bachelor's
degree is a must, while an advanced degree is preferred. Candidates
should create a profile at and upload cover
letter, CV/resume and contact information for three professional
references, while supplemental application materials can be sent to Rich
martin, search committee chair, 810 S. Wright St., 119 Gregory Hall,
Urbana, IL 61801, call (217) 333-9562 or direct questions to EOE (10/15)
    -- Openings at Eastern Illinois University (Charleston, IL):
Assistant professor (tenure-track) of multimedia design who will teach
and conduct research on the social, cultural and technical aspects of new
media and communications, teaching primarily applied courses at the
undergraduate level; technical skills such as Web design, multimedia
design, Internet and video and project management are desirable, along
with background in Adobe products such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop,
InDesign and video editing software that includes Apple Final Cut Pro
Studio. Assistant professor (tenure-track) in broadcast production who
will teach in the area of video production, media management, media
industry studies and share knowledge and experience working with Final
Cut Pro Studio, AfterEffects, Photoshop and Audition; professional
teaching experience preferred. Assistant professor (tenure-track) of
broadcast production who will teach in the area of video production,
media management and media industry studies; background with Final Cut
Pro Studio, AfterEffects, Photoshop and Audition desirable, along with
professional teaching background. Assistant professor (tenure-track) who
will direct the basic public speaking course and teach/conduct research
in his/her area of interest; must teach in one or more areas of the
department and have the ability to teach in the departmental core;
experience working a large multi-section public speaking course is a
must. All applicants must have the ability to teach one or more classes
in the departmental core (research methods, argumentation and critical
thinking, communications theory, applied communication and/or persuasion)
with a normal teaching load of between 18 and 24 semester hours per
academic year; opportunities for summer employment exist; must also do
academic advising, departmental committee assignments, research/creative
activities and professionally related service; doctorate a must with
strong teaching background and equally strong interpersonal and
organizational skills. Send letter of applications, resume/VC, three
current letters of references, transcripts, evidence of teaching
effectiveness, a sample of scholarly writing and a portfolio of work for
the production and multimedia design positions to Mark Borzi, Dept. of
Communication Studies, 600 Lincoln Av., Charleston, IL 61920-3099 or
obtain additional information at EOE (10/1)

    -- Openings at Butler University (Indianapolis, IN): Instructor in
public relations (one-year appointment) who can teach two or more of the
following courses: Introduction to Public Relations, Case Problems in
Public Relations, Research for Public Relations and Advertising, and
Public Relations Techniques; master's degree a must, with a demonstrated
potential for quality teaching. Assistant professor (tenure-track) in
Public Relations who has competencies in one or more of the follow areas:
campaign development and evaluation, theories of persuasion, reputation
management, visual communication, audience analysis and media affects or
creative and message strategy; must teach courses in introduction to
integrated communication, public relations techniques, case problems,
research methods, design and production, public communication campaigns
and special topics such as new media, brand management, crisis
communication, integrated marketing communication and/or global
marketing; doctorate a must, while evidence of quality teaching and
professional PR experience is desired; research and publication program
that supports and extends teaching effectiveness is expected. For either
position send a letter of application, resume/CV, all college transcripts
and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Nancy Whitmore, associate
professor and director of the Eugene S. Pulliam School of Journalism,
4600 Sunset Av., Indianapolis, IN 46208-3485. (9/4)
    -- The University of Southern Indiana (Evansville, IN) seeks a tenure
track assistant professor of journalism (Position #F09027F1) who is
qualified to teach basic and advanced journalism, editing layout, public
affairs reporting, editorial and feature writing and literacy journalism;
preference will be given to applicants who have professional experience
and/or undergraduate journalism teaching experience; doctorate in
journalism or related field a must. Send letter of interest resume/CV
and contact information for three professional references to Dr. Wayne
Rinks, USI Dept. of Communications, 8600 University Blvd., Evansville, IN
47712, call (812) 464-1844, fax (82) 465-1185, e-mail or
apply online at EOE (9/19)
    -- Missouri State University (Springfield, MO) seeks a non-tenure
track instructor of film/video production with at least two years of
professional experience in media production who can teach four classes a
semester and advise a limited number of production/digital film
production students; must know Avid editing, basic field production
techniques and editing and be able to teach in one or more of the
following areas: cinematography, short filmmaking, audio field production
and/or audio post-production. Master's a must. Send letter of
applications, resume/CV, contact information for 3-5 professional
references and work samples to Mark Biggs, head of the Media, Journalism
and Film Dept., 901 S. National, Springfield, MO 65804, call (417) 836-
4984 or email (9/5)

    -- Ohio University (Athens, OH) seeks a tenure-track assistant
professor of multimedia journalism in its E.W. Scripps School of
Journalism who has a strong professional background in conceptual design
including the use of video, audio, typography and photography for a
variety of media platforms; should have a commitment to working
effectively with students, the ability to conduct significant research
and or creative work, teach undergraduate courses, contribute to the
graduate program and advise students; terminal degree a must. Apply
online at
    -- The University of Tennessee-Knoxville seeks an assistant professor
in its School of Journalism and Electronic Media who has solid
professional background and academic experience, with the ability to
teach journalistic writing, reporting, editing, converged media issues
and Web journalism; will join a fully-converged program that includes
newspaper, magazine, media management, science communication, visual
communication and sports journalism tracks; must be able to integrate new
media and international and intercultural elements into teaching and
develop a strong long-term research agenda, and be able to teach in one
or more of the following areas: media ethics, science journalism, media
law and broadcast journalism, while being active scholars and carrying
out service activities in the school, college, university and profession.
Send resume/CV, four letters of reference and a letter describing
professional and academic experiences and scholarly interests to the
School of Journalism and Electronic media search committee, 333
Communications Bldg., Knoxville, TN 37996-0333. (9/18)
    -- The University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks a dean (Requisition
#090355) for its College of Journalism and Mass Communications who will
provide academic, professional and executive leadership while maintaining
a collegial climate supportive of excellence in teaching, research and
professional integrity and taking a leadership role in raising funds and
cultivating relationships with alumni and the profession; should
demonstrate experience in and awareness of the profession, should have a
record of leadership and administrative skills, have experience in an
academic environment and in the classroom, and have the experience and/or
academic credentials that would qualify for an appointment as a full
professor with tenure; the college has bachelor's and master's programs
that prepare students for the highest level of journalism and careers in
newspapers, magazines, television, radio, online media and advertising.
Complete the Faculty/Administrative Information obtainable online at, and send the application, a letter of
interest, a detailed resume/CV and the names and contact information for
at least three professional references to Giacomo Oliva, dean, Hixson-
Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts, c/o Jelena Gude at or fax (402) 472-4929; questions can be taken at (402) 472-
3751. (9/30)


    -- WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks a part-time tape librarian (Job #HR-
TL) who is detail-oriented, self-motivated, hard-working, can take
responsibility for maintaining tape inventory, do upkeep of satellite
feeds and the grid schedule, can organize satellite info, can enter
traffic info into Wide Orbit, can reconcile and finalize logs and
communicate with distributors regarding instructions, commercials and
inventory and do other tasks as assigned. Resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept.,
809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or e-mail   EOE (8/28)

    -- The Memphis Grizzlies, Memphis, TN seek an Avid editor/producer
who will edit video content for use in TV productions, event presentation
and on the Internet, as well as provide video support for internal
departments that will include customer sales and service, corporate
partnerships and community investment; will work with the game producer
on production of television openings and show elements, edit fully-
produced TV features for game broadcasts and produce and edit video
content for use on TV, in-arena video board and the team Web site,
including player videos, community investment pieces, sponsorship and
promotional messaging. Should know AfterEffects and/or Boris Red, as
well as Photoshop, Ultimatte, Cinelook/Cinemotion and Zaxwerks and have a
working knowledge of video compression, streaming and NBA basketball.
Tape/DVD and resume to Randy Stephens, Sr. VP/Broadcast, 191 Beale St.,
Memphis, TN 38103. (9/25)


    -- The Better Government Association, Chicago, seeks interns who
aspire to be investigative reporters, to work for a program that seeks to
uncover waste, fraud and corruption in the activities of state and local
government; interns will work flexible hours as they assist in the
research of stories and leads as well as legal issues, so computer skills
are a must. Background with Excel and Access, or the ability to learn
quickly, is helpful, while experience using research tools such as Lexis
and Westlaw is also helpful. Background should include a degree or at
least two years of classes, as well as work experience in journalism or a
related field; internships or work on a student-run publication or
broadcast outlet is acceptable. Send clips/CD/tape and resume to Patrick
Rehkamp, chief investigator, BGA, 11 E. Adams St., Suite 608, Chicago, IL
60603, call (312) 427-8330 or e-mail (e-mailing of documents, audio and
video files is okay)   EOE (Indef.)
    -- Tribune Interactive seeks content interns who are available to
work 15-20 hours a week on a flexible schedule who have a great attitude,
are willing to work, will aid in content creation and production for
broadcast and newspaper Web sites, participate in a rotating cycle to
gain experience in breaking news, features and television, culminating in
an independent project tailored to the student's interests; must know AP
style, be able to juggle multiple projects, and demonstrate proficiency
in html, Photoshop, Word and Flash. Apply online at
artnerid=163&siteid=5317. EOE (9/3)

    -- CBS-owned WBBM Newsradio 780, Chicago seeks interns in news,
production and marketing. Interns will work between 16 and 36 hours a
week (2-4 days) on a schedule to be determined by the internship
coordinator and the student. Students must be currently enrolled, have
at least junior class standing and a 3.0 GPA, understand that job
placement is not a part of the program, and must be able to obtain
academic credit. Marketing and promotions interns should know Word and
Excel, word processing, filing, event logistics and management; resume to
Cher Ames, marketing mgr., fax (312) 297-7775 or e-mail   Production intern should know digital and
analog editing, Cool Edit Pro, how to dub and record, industrial compact
disc operations, and AudioVault; should demonstrate familiarity with use
of production libraries, commercial and program feeds, and radio
commercial traffic practices; resumes to Jennifer Owens, production
coordinator, fax (312) 297-7775 or e-mail     News
interns should have familiarity with digital and analog editing and
recording techniques; resumes to Drew Hayes, ops. mgr., WBBM-AM, 180 N.
Stetson, Suite 1100, Chicago, IL 60601 or fax (312) 297-7822. EOE

    -- WLS (AM), Chicago seeks interns in programming and news
departments for academic credit; the station considers this an ideal
internship opportunity for communications and broadcasting majors,
especially those contemplating a career in news/talk/producing or as on-
air talent. College interns will get a hands-on experience in working in
many different aspects of radio. This internship is unpaid and course
credit must be earned. Resume and letter outlining your abilities and
goals to the WLS (AM) intern coordinator, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL
60601 or e-mail   EOE (Indef.)

    -- WLS-FM, Chicago seeks interns in all departments for academic
credit. Resume to WLS-FM intern coordinator, 190 N. State St., Chicago,
IL 60601. No calls. EOE (Indef.)

    -- Internships at ABC-owned WLS-TV, Chicago: Investigative intern who
is studying to become an investigative reporter or producer, who is at
least junior level and will learn by doing as part of the WLS-TV I-Team,
generating and researching investigative topics, coordinating projects
and following them through to the finished on-air product and follow-up
reports; background should include college-level or commercial print
and/or broadcast experience for this unpaid (college credit) internship;
applicants should submit a resume, an outline of personal interests and
professional goals and a statement of why you would like to be chosen for
the I-Team internship to Ann Pistone, WLS-TV I-Team, or e-mail i- Also, interns who will observe and participate on a limited
basis as they learn the function, operation and staffing of the news,
sports, programming, sales, research sales, creative services and
community services departments, to earn a specified number of academic
credits (unpaid), to be determined by the school; students must be at
least second semester juniors, have a "B" average and be able to work no
less than three days a week at the station, with a maximum of 15 hours a
week over 12 weeks; submit application, resume, an outline of personal
interests and professional goals, and a statement of why you would like
to be chosen for the internship, to Elsa Ruiz Claveria, internship
coord., WLS-TV, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601. No calls. EOE

    -- Metro Networks/Shadow Broadcast Services seeks student interns who
have a strong interest in news, are in good standing in school, and would
work for a three-month period. Send resume, and a letter stating why you
would be a good addition to Metro's Chicago office to Perry Williams,
news bureau chief, 161 N. Clark St., Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60601 or
call (312) 705-1758. EOE   (Indef.)

    -- WGN-AM, Chicago seeks interns in news, digital news content,
sports, promotions and programming. Must be a current college junior,
senior or post-graduate, and internships may be taken for college credit.
Must be able to work at least 15 hours a week. Internships are unpaid,
and run 13 weeks, but interns receive a $75 weekly stipend.   Tape and
resume to Jackie Paulus, director of marketing and digital innovation,
c/o WGN-AM Internship Program, 435 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60611 or
e-mail EOE (Indef.)

    -- Fox-owned WFLD/WPWR-TV, Chicago, has an academic internship
program for college credit with internships in news, promotions/PR,
traffic/research, community affairs, human resources and
finance/business/programming. Must be registered and junior or senior
standing; students must provide resume, completed application form and a
letter from their colleges indicating they will receive credit. For
information, contact Shynaa Brown, intern coordinator, WFLD/WPWR-TV, 205
N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60601, or call (312) 565-5558. EOE

    -- seeks part-time and full-time on-line editorial interns
for its Chicago office. Candidates should be undergraduate or graduate
journalism students with excellent writing skills, html knowledge and a
willingness to pitch in as needed on tight deadlines. Pay $12/hour for a
minimum 15-20 hour week. Resume and three work samples to Kevin
Schweitzer, editorial producer, 175 W. Jackson Blvd., 8th Floor, Chicago,
IL 60604 or e-mail   EOE (Indef.)

    -- Green Target Global Group/Chicago seeks interns with strong
writing and communications skills for a firm that does public relations,
marketing communications and consulting focused on financial,
professional services, B2B and corporate organizations. Interns will
learn about branding, crisis/litigation communications, direct mail, e-
marketing, media relations and publicity, opinion research, positioning
and targeted advertising. Resume and letter stating your interests to
Kristen Griffin, 1 N. LaSalle, Suite 27, Chicago, IL 60602 or e-mail EOE (Indef.)

    -- Internships at WGN-TV, Chicago: Morning news intern who can greet
guests, write tip sheets, escort guests to and from studios, research and
locate archive video, and work closely with producers and the EP.
Investigative unit intern, to research and develop tips and leads, screen
and log video, attend court, pull court documents, perform other clerical
duties and go into the field with producers and reporters.   Assignment
desk intern who will answer viewer and reporter calls, research stories
and sort through mail and faxes; may accompany reporters and
videographers on assignment. Sports intern who has strong knowledge of
sports, can log games to be used for highlights, scan the wires, learn to
identify the proper highlights, video, sound bites and other materials
for shows, help in the field with interviews, and learn to use the Sony
Newsbase clip edit system that allows editing straight from desk
computers; good for those seeking "hands-on" experience. Experience not
a requirement, but must be creative, curious, have proper business
demeanor and the ability to listen and learn. Must be available 15 hours
a week for 13 weeks. Must be college juniors, seniors or graduate
students able to get credit for work. Resumes to the WGN-TV HR Dept.,
2501 W. Bradley Pl., Chicago, IL 60618, call (773) 528-1387 or e-mail   EOE (Indef.)

    -- Chicago Artists' News seeks interns, college student or otherwise,
for two internship programs: one Editorial and the other for
Marketing/Advertising support; the periodical prefers some
skills/experience in the newspaper field but is also willing to match
relative "rookie" individuals to tasks depending on strengths.   Cover
letter should indicate interest in "editorial" or
"marketing/advertising;" send with clips (for editorial internships) and
resume to the Chicago Artists' News editor, 70 E. Lake St., Suite 230,
Chicago, IL 60601 or e-mail   EOE (Indef.)
    -- Gameplan Entertainment seeks interns who have a strong interest in
the media and entertainment business; students must seek college credit,
have a good academic record and be able to work in the office 2-3 days a
week with duties that include research, client contacts, reviewing demos
and assisting the marketing department. E-mail cover letter and resume
to Elizabeth Landry at EOE (Indef.)

    -- The Hyde Park Herald and Lakefront Outlook (Chicago, IL/South
Side) seek an intern looking to supplement college coursework. Should
know the city's South Side, particularly from 22nd to 60th Streets and
east of the Dan Ryan Expressway. Three clips, resume and a letter
stating why you're right for the internship to the Herald Newspapers
Editor, 5240 S. Harper Av., Chicago, IL 60615, fax (773) 643-8542 or e-
mail   EOE (Indef.)

    -- Christianity Today, Carol Stream, IL, a current events monthly
magazine of evangelical conviction, offers semester-long, part-time news
internships to college students who have decided on careers in
journalism, as well as summer internships for such students and recent
college graduates; interns will receive hands-on experience in magazine
publishing, but news reporting and writing for publication and clips are
not guaranteed. The news internship is for experienced student
journalists only and should be considered a supplement to previous
journalism education in the classroom; applicants also should have
general knowledge of the evangelical community, religion, and the
Internet. Resumes to Ted Olsen, news director, 465 Gunderson Dr., Carol
Stream, IL 60188 or e-mail EOE (indef.)

    -- WIND (AM), Chicago seeks interns for its news and political units
who can work flexible schedules, do in-studio and in-the-field research
and produce local, national and breaking stories; applicants must provide
college information and academic contacts. Apply to Mike Scott, c/o
internship program, WIND (AM), 25 Northwest Point, Elk Grove Village, IL
60007.   EOE   (Indef.)

    -- Privila, Inc., Schaumburg, IL seeks interns who can telecommute or
work in-house and love to write. Privila interns write during the entire
internship, work directly with the editorial staff, challenge and educate
themselves, meet deadlines, research a multitude of topics including
jewelry, sports, fashion, the outdoors, automobiles, finances, arts and
much more. Interns get their articles published while learning, growing,
having fun and preparing to leave with a dynamic portfolio. Privila
interns work for college credit but will be in a coffee shop atmosphere,
close to local college campus and will receive complimentary lunches,
snacks and beverages; 2008 spring internships are filling fast and
applications must be made in January. Candidates must be able to commit
to at least 10 hours a week, submit five articles a week minimum for 15
weeks and be able to work flexible hours; special arrangements can be
made for applicants not seeking college credit, such as a lower weekly
article requirement.   Apply online at EOE

    -- NextMedia Radio, Crystal Lake, IL seeks interns who will do more
than get coffee and hang banner rolls. Resume to Karyn Kasi, promotions
dir., 8800 US Hwy. 14, Crystal Lake, IL 60012 or e-mail   EOE (indef.)

    -- WREX-TV, Rockford, IL seeks unpaid interns in its news, sports and
production departments who can get credit from their school; the station
will consider both high school and college students able to get credit
from their schools. Resume and cover letter to Maggie Hradecky, ND or
Nick Schneider, production supervisor, WREX-TV, Box 530, Rockford, IL
61105. EOE (Indef.)

    -- WIFR-TV, Rockford, IL seeks interns who are seeking a degree in
communications or broadcast journalism and have the recommendation of an
advisor; internships are unpaid, so students should show proof that they
will receive college credit or endorsement for their work. Resume and
letter of recommendation to WIFR-TV Internships, Box 123, Rockford, IL
61105 EOE (Indef.)

    -- WRHL-AM/FM, Rochelle, IL seeks interns both full and part-time who
will do researching, create and record daily newscasts, edit audio,
record the weather from the Fox affiliate and edit for broadcast,
create/record/produce public service announcements from
local/national/international organizations, learn/master Adobe Audition
production software, learn AudioVault automation software, operate
control boards during local and state sporting events (including Chicago
Bears broadcasts), operate radio equipment controlling what is broadcast
live during city council meetings and other live remotes, contribute to
an afternoon talk show by producing spots and booking guests, which may
include some live on-air work, create/produce/record commercials for
WRHL clients, and perform other miscellaneous duties as needed, including
some weekend work. "By the end of the internship, the intern will learn
how a real-life, for-profit small-market radio station operates; one
would learn all of the moving parts, all the titles, duties and basic
structure of the radio business, and would in addition build radio and TV
broadcasting contacts to form a solid foundation for a future career in
broadcasting." Internships run January-April, May-August and September-
December, while specific start and end dates remain flexible. To apply,
send a resume (Adobe or .doc attachment) and letter stating what you can
bring to the table (e-mail is fine) to Michael Koolidge, WRHL-AM/FM, at; call with questions to (815) 562-7001 x-19. EOE

    -- WTJK-AM, Rockton, IL seeks interns year-round who are energetic,
friendly and hard-working students and can help coordinate contests, do
copywriting, aid in the development of the station's promotions, do
research, update station Web sites, and perform out-of-office
responsibilities in the Rockford and South Beloit areas that can include
promoting at sporting events, local bars, clubs and retail locations.
Applicants must possess excellent organizational skills, good writing
ability, creativity and the ability to assist with many projects and
ideas. Internship is for college credit and you must have a valid
driver's license and vehicle. Resume and e-mail telling how you would be
an asset to ESPN Radio 1380/Rockford to Kate Heine at EOE (Indef.)
    -- WQAD-TV, Moline, IL (Quad Cities market) seeks interns for spring,
summer and fall internships for academic credit. Its interns learn (and
DO) it all under the supervision of the person responsible for the
intern's work. Videography intern candidates should apply to Andy McKay
at; Internet content interns to Michael Gorman at; marketing interns to Tonya Terrell at; producer/reporter interns to Kamy Dearborn, WQAD-
TV, 3003 Park 16th St., Moline, IL 61265 or e-mail EOE (Indef.)

    -- WTAX-AM, Springfield, IL seeks interns interesting in doing news
who have a background in writing, want to learn what it is like to take a
news tip to a full story and want an internship where you could
potentially do it all -- find the information, get the tape, edit and
write the story. Resume to Michelle Eccles, news and programming
director, WTAX-AM, 3501 E. Sangamon Av., Springfield, IL 62707, call
(217) 753-5400 or e-mail   EOE (Indef.)

    -- WICS-TV, Springfield, IL seeks news department interns that are
non-paid and should be coordinated with colleges for credit; should have
technical and customer support career interests in multimedia including
networks, client work stations, servers, software, audio-video production
and fiber satellite distribution, and will have the opportunity to work
with a variety of hardware and software platforms from vendors, including
AVID, PathFire, Panasonic and others. Resume to Alaina Marx, HR Dept.,
WICS-TV, 2680 E. Cook St., Springfield, IL 62703. EOE (Indef.)

    -- WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks newsroom interns who are juniors or
seniors, able to earn college credit, have the ability to spend at least
25 hours a week in the newsroom and can work flexible schedules. Non-
paid. Letter should include desired start date, and the dates and times
you would be available for a brief interview. Send with resume to Sydney
Gohring, intern coordinator/TV News, WTMJ-TV, 720 E. Capitol Dr.,
Milwaukee, WI 53212. EOE (indef.)

    -- WISN-AM, Milwaukee, WI seeks interns for a newsroom that is fast-
paced, gathers local news aggressively, and needs interns who can work
in-studio and in the field, research and produce stories, answer listener
phone calls, and be able to work flexible hours. Internship is unpaid;
must be taken for college credit. Applications are taking on an ongoing
basis for internships summer, fall and spring. Tape and resume to Jodi
Becker, WISN-AM News Internship Program, 12100 W. Howard Av., Greenfield,
WI 53228, call (414) 944-5494 or e-mail
EOE   (indef.)

    -- WDJT-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks interns in a variety of areas who can
commit 15 hours a week for an entire semester during the regular school
year; must receive college credit, as the internship is unpaid; available
internships include bilingual (Spanish-English) news intern, sports
intern, producer assistant intern, assignment desk intern, meteorology
intern, sales intern, engineering intern, production intern, master
control intern and promotions intern.   To apply contact Internships c/o
the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414)
607-8188 or e-mail EOE (Indef.)
    -- WISH-TV, Indianapolis, IN seek interns who can work at least 15
hours a week for 10 weeks for college credit and without financial
compensation; students may work one full-semester internship per student
and must provide information from a faculty advisor stating the length of
the internship and that they will receive credit. The station attaches
the same standards that it uses when hiring staff. Internships are
available in news reporting, I-Team reporting, sports, videography,
production, promotion, graphic arts, sales and marketing, public affairs
and broadcast engineering. Once information is received from a student
it is forwarded to the appropriate department head who will then decide
if the station needs or wants to set up an interview. Send applications
to the WISH-TV internship program, 1950 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN
46202 or e-mail   (Indef.)

    -- WXIN/WTTV, Indianapolis, IN seeks interns to work in a year-round
program who want as much "hands-on" opportunity as possible and are
expected and encouraged to learn about all aspects of commercial
broadcasting; typically must work 8-10 weeks on a part-time (20-40
hours/week) basis. In addition to morning and evening news (including
sports and weather) there are internships in operations and production,
creative services, and sales. Deadlines are: for the summer term 3/1;
for the fall term 8/1; for the winter-spring term 12/1, and preference is
given to students majoring in a related field. Submit resume with cover
letter stating department of interest and academic term in which you are
available to the WXIN/WTTV HR Sept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN
46278; qualified students will be contacted for an interview. (Indef.)

    -- WYIN-TV, Merrillville, IN seeks news interns who can write
stories, assist with reporter shoots, make beast calls, prepare scripts
and perform other newsroom tasks; good writing skills and some television
knowledge a must. Must be available to work eight or more hours a week,
and interns must be juniors, seniors or recent graduates with a degree or
suitable coursework in journalism. Resume to Todd Hauer, ND, WYIN-
TV/Lakeshore Public Television, 8625 Indiana Pl., Merrillville, IN 46410
or e-mail No calls. EOE     (Indef.)

    -- Internships at Great Lakes Media/The Chronicle (Valparaiso, IN):
Sports editorial/photo intern who can work 20-30+ hours each week for
credit; the internship will expose the right candidate to all facets of
weekly production, including writing, photography and layout on three
weekly newspapers in Lake and Porter Counties. The papers also may
consider unpaid internships in other areas of emphasis, such as community
reporting. All applicants must have completed the sophomore year of
college, must be majoring in communications or journalism, must have
completed basic reporting and writing classes, and are responsible for
securing their own living arrangements. Background in photojournalism
with a college newspaper is a definite plus. Resume and contact
information for three professional/educational references to Erin
Ciszczon, ME, 10 N. Washington St., Valparaiso, IN 46383. EOE   (indef.)

    -- WANE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks interns who are full-time juniors or
seniors, can receive college credit, can work without financial
compensation, and are able to perform at least 160 on-site hours,
although more are recommended for a full experience. The station offers
internships in news reporting, producing, videography, sports and
weather; operations production, directing, floor camera and engineering;
sales marketing and research; and promotions editing, public affairs and
creative services. Deadlines are 11/30 for winter and spring
internships, 2/28 for summer internships and 7/31 for fall internships.
Resume, letter telling why you would be a good intern and school program
requirements to the WANE-TV internship program, 2915 W. State Blvd., Ft.
Wayne, IN 46808. (Indef.)

    -- WPTA/WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seek interns in news, promotions,
sales/marketing, production and accounting; the stations are flexible
regarding the months that internships are offered, mainly on a first-
come, first-serve basis. Must be able to earn college credit and have a
letter from the school indicating enrollment in an internship for credit.
Resume to Deborah Sand, WPTA/WISE-TV HR Dept., Box 2121, Ft. Wayne, IN
46801. (Indef.)

    -- KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO seeks a broadcast assistant. In this 13-
week appointment, successful candidates will assist producers and
production assistants, operate the TelePrompTer and assist in various
aspects of newscast preparation. Must be able to work flexible weekday
and weekend hours. Perfect for students with a broadcast journalism
emphasis. Resume to Audrey Prywitch, EP/News, KMOV-TV, One Memorial Dr.,
St. Louis, MO 63102. EOE (Indef.)

    -- Fox-owned WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO seeks interns with junior or
senior status who are majoring in journalism, broadcasting,
communications, marketing and graphic design; internships are unpaid and
must be for college class credit, and most departments require a minimum
of 20 hours of work per week; news department opportunities exist in
sports, producing, reporting, video editing and videography. Resume and
a letter detailing your interests to the WDAF-TV HR Dept./Internship
Coordinator, 3030 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108. (Indef.)
    ** KMBZ (AM), Kansas City, MO seeks two newsroom interns who will
work in a large-market radio newsroom and get hands-on experience for
college credit only;' must be a junior or senior with successful
journalism courses; Web site experience a plus. Resume to Nichole Teich,
ND, KMBZ (AM), 7000 Squibb Rd., Mission, KS 66202 or e-mail No calls. (9/24)

    -- WPSD-TV, Paducah, KY seeks interns who want to gain a diversified
experience in a variety of fields with a hands-on educational
opportunity. Internships are offered year-round in news, sports,
weather, production, creative services, Web design and sales/marketing.
Applicants must be at least 18, have junior, senior or graduate academic
standing, be able to receive academic credit from an educational
institution based on hours of training, and have the ability to commute
at specified times to the station. Applicants with serious interest only
should contact Corey Goodman, news producer/internship coordinator, Box
1197, Paducah, KY 24002-1197 or e-mail for an
application form. EOE (Indef.)
    -- KSTP-TV, St. Paul MN seeks interns for sports and news who are
enrolled in a degree program at a trade school, college or university
that will recognize the internship for class credit; must learn the
operation of the news department, develop and initiate the search for
stories daily, be a team player, make and maintain positive lines of
communications, oversee hand-off of information to other staff daily and
gather information on various stories to set up the stories for
reporters, videographers and producers. Resume to the KSTP-TV HR Dept.,
3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN 55114, fax (651) 642-4314 or e-mail No calls. (8/28)

    -- WOOD/WOTV/WXSP-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seek interns who are college
juniors and seniors and would like to gain experience in news, weather,
community affairs, promotions, sales and accounting. Resume to WOOD-TV
Internships, 120 College Av. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, call (616) 771-
9061 or e-mail   (Indef.)

    -- WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks a interns for a range of jobs that
include journalism, PR, Web site production and production; students must
be enrolled in an accredited college or university, be able to get course
credit and be able to be present at least three days a week. Students
should submit resume that includes courses related to the internship
requested, a letter indicating the dates of availability and a letter
from the student's school indicating that the student will receive credit
if chosen. Resume to Janet Christopher, WKYC/WVXP-TV, 1333 Lakeside Av.,
Cleveland, OH 44114 or fax (216) 344-3477. No calls. (Indef.)

    -- WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks unpaid interns in a number of areas:
"Good Morning Cleveland," "Live on Five," news assignment desk, Akron
bureau, and "Team Five" Investigators/Troubleshooters. Must receive
college credit and be able to work a 20-40 hour schedule. Resume to the
WEWS-TV internship coordinator, 3001 Euclid Av., Cleveland, OH 44115.

    -- WVIZ-TV/WCPN-FM, Cleveland, OH offers internships designed to
provide students with an opportunity to learn about careers in public
broadcasting through hands-on experience. Must be enrolled in an
accredited college or university and be able to receive credit for the
internship. Tape/CD (if available), with resume, to the WVIZ/WCPN
HR/Idea Center Dept., 1375 Euclid Av., Cleveland, OH 44115-1835.
    ** WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH seeks an interactive media intern whose
10-week opportunity will include learning a local media Web team's
workflow, alongside with newsroom management, multimedia journalists and
videographers, assignment desk editors and partnering with all stations
within the E.W. Scripps broadcast division to create and maintain online
content; will have a portfolio of work online published on professional
media Web sites around the country; must be enrolled in an accredited
college or university, registered as a junior or senior and receive
college/university course credit for participating; the amount of credit
to be earned will be determined and verified by the college/university
prior to student assignment; must have social networking awareness, Mac
and PC computer skills, be able to communicate clearly and concisely both
in person and on the phone, be highly organized, deliver projects in
timely fashion and have completed at least one journalism writing course;
background with html, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro and Flash a
plus, along with background in videography, journalism, web design and/or
digital content. Apply online at
&RID=1140. (9/27)

    -- Cincinnati Magazine, Cincinnati, OH seeks energetic, hard-working
editorial interns to work for four months at fact-checking,
research/reporting and short writing assignments; must be able to work at
least 15 hours a week in the office for credit (unpaid), with hours
varying depending on class and work schedules. English and journalism
majors are given high priority but other majors are welcome. Must be
juniors or seniors, and a resident of the Greater Cincinnati/northern KY
area (Hamilton, Butler, Clermont or Warren Counties in OH, and Kenton,
Campbell or Boone Counties in KY).   Clips and resume with a letter
telling what you can bring to the job to Aiesha D. Little, Cincinnati
magazine internship program, 200 Carew Tower, 441 Vine St., Cincinnati,
OH 45202. Fall interns must apply by June 1, spring interns by Oct. 2
and summer interns by Feb. 1. No calls. (Indef.)

    -- WPTY-TV, Memphis, TN seeks unpaid news interns on an ongoing basis
who will be responsible for their own living expenses and must be able to
receive academic credit. Must have second-semester junior standing or
higher, be certified in writing by the student's academic counselor, have
a degree path with a major or minor in broadcast journalism or related
field, be able to work 20 hours a week for eight consecutive weeks, be
able to agree in writing to a fixed curriculum and work schedule, and be
able to work holidays, weekends, night shifts and other periods. Send
letter explaining why you want to participate in the internship program
and how it would benefit you to Lisa Lovell, EP, 2701 Union Av. Extended,
Memphis, TN 38112. (Indef.)

    -- WBBJ-TV, Jackson, TN seeks energetic, intelligent, dependable,
reliable and responsible news junkies and broadcast or communications
majors to work as newsroom interns on the weekend shift; must dub tapes,
make beat calls, operate studio cameras for the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts,
assist reporters and videographers in the field and newsroom, go out on
stories, learn how to edit and dub tapes and to do what it takes to
produce a quality newscasts. Morning and evening shifts are available.
To apply, call Chip Washington, WBBJ-TV, at (901) 725-8621 weekdays or
(601) 668-3310 (cell phone) at other times. (Indef.)

    -- Foreign Policy magazine seeks an unpaid research intern who will
assist editors in researching and planning content, help assistant
editors with fact-checking, proof articles, write and work on at least
one short piece to be published at the editor's discretion, and can work
a flexible schedule of at least 15-20 hours a week for a semester.
Students must have completed their junior year, or be graduate students
with educational or job background in international relations,
comparative politics, journalism, history or economics. To apply, submit
a 5-10 page (maximum) writing sample, resume and letter of recommendation
to Kate Palmer, internship coordinator, 1779 Massachusetts Av. NW,
Washington, DC 20036, call (202) 939-2247, fax (202) 483-4430 or e-mail   (Indef.)
    -- KSL-AM, Salt Lake City, UT seeks interns in radio news, sports and
programming who are registered full-time at a university, college,
community college or vocational-technical institute; priority will be
given to students who are juniors, seniors or in the final year of a
community college or vocational/technical school program. Should be
self-starting, able to meet deadlines, precise and accurate, a good
writer and producer, and able to devote 20 hours a week, with a schedule
to be arranged by the intern, coordinator and the intern's academic
adviser. Must appear professional and be able to produce a letter from
the applicant's school verifying the arrangement of credit for the
internship. To apply, download an application from the KSL Web site:; questions can be directed to   (Indef.)


    -- U.S. Cellular/Chicago seeks a communications manager with at least
seven years experience who will serve as a strategic partner for the
public affairs and communications departments, delivering communications
solutions that are consistent in quality and delivery and measurable in
results; must manage and execute local and segment-specific media
relations activities, have regular contact with the media covering the
wireless telecommunications industry and have proven writing, editing and
interviewing skills. Apply online at^SFiX/au7tw
EOE (9/3)
    -- Feeding America seeks a media relations director with at least 10
ears experience in a major human service organization, PR firm,
government agency ort major corporation who will manage and lead its most
significant media relationships; must be a communications and media
relations professional with direct experience managing high-level media
relationships on all levels, have a body of work, that includes placed
stories, op-ed columns and features, has a strongly developed news sense,
has proficiency using media clipping services, can manage multiple and
competing projects and deadlines, has personal leadership skills coupled
with strong team orientation, is an exemplary project manager, has a high
customer service focus, has high technological literacy, is effective
under sustained urgency and has a deep commitment to the mission of the
organization. Send information and applications to the Feeding America
HR Dept., 35 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60601, call (312)
263-2303 or e-=mail EOE (9/18)
    -- WTTW-TV, Chicago seeks a marketing coordinator with 1-3 years
experience who will assist and help coordinate the successful execution
of a variety of direct marketing and membership projects and activities
including creative and marketing strategies that grow membership base and
meet revenue goals through direct mail, telemarketing, Web campaigns and
the like; coordinate and assist in management of assigned campaigns from
start to finish, including developing strategies and creative,
scheduling, budgeting, segmentation, list selection, tracking and back
end analysis; and supervision of freelance copywriters and graphic
designers; database management software experience a plus. Resume to the
WTTW-TV HR Dept., c/o Marketing Coordinator Position, 5400 N. St. Louis
Av., Chicago, IL 60625, fax (773) 509-5309 or e-mail No calls. EOE (9/19)
    -- The Sigma Chi Foundation (Evanston, IL) seeks an online specialist
who will manage e-mail and newsletter communications for the national
men's fraternity, will consult with departments for respective electronic
marketing campaigns, will create campaigns and manage the electronic
marketing calendar, will oversee its social networking tool,
will generate marketing strategy to raise awareness, will enhance
features that maximize capabilities of technology, will maintain content
integrity and optimize search engine performance for the fraternity's Web
site, will maximize the accuracy of membership data through marketing
channels, will develop processes for the continual increase of membership
data, will see and implement new online technologies that promote Sigma
Chi's vision and are aligned to the goals of its Dept. of Communications,
among other varies responsibilities; should have strong experience
implementing online communications and other Web-based initiatives, with
a bachelor's degree in marketing, communications or a related field. E-
mail resume, writing samples and letter stating salary history to No calls. EOE (9/18)
    -- Walgreen Health Services, Deerfield, IL seeks a medical
communications manager (Position #14959) with 10 years or more writing
and communications experience, five years experience in medical and/or
health care communications and three years in a management capacity who
can manage the development of clinically-focused communication for all
WHS business units; must direct the positioning of all clinical tools for
referral sources, direct all editorial functions related to content for
annual reports, manage support staff and promote and maintain appropriate
publication, federal, FTC Truth in Advertising and industry standards;
must also direct the positioning, writing, editing and proofreading of
all patient education materials in all media and advise and direct the
positioning of all clinical tools for referral sources. Apply online at
ndidate.asp. EOE (9/18)
    ** WIFR-TV, Rockford, IL seeks a creative services producer who will
write, shoot and edit promotions for news, the station Web site and
multiple station-sponsored events; will work with the sales staff doing
commercials as well; must know Avid non-linear editing, AfterEffects,
PhotoShop and Illustrator, while experience with P2 cameras and a firm
grasp of studio and field lighting are big pluses; must be a strong
writer and communicator. VHS tape/DVD and resume to the WIFR-TV
personnel dept., 2523 N. Meridian Rd., Rockford, IL 61101 or e-mail No calls. EOE (9/24)

    -- The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks a research
editor (Position #A0900047) in its News Bureau who has five years of
reporting experience, knows how to work with the new media, can cover
groundbreaking research and innovative teaching in the university's
internationally-known physical science departments, labs and centers;
must be able to digest and understand complex information and communicate
it to the public in an understandable fashion, establish contacts in the
national scientific media, have an understanding of major research-
oriented universities and have at minimum a bachelor's degree in
journalism, science or a related field (master's preferred). Send
resume, three writing samples, a letter of introduction and contact
information for three professional references to Mare Payne, News bureau
associate editor, by applying online at;
questions can be referred to Payne at (217) 333-0567 or by e-mail at EOE (9/18)
    -- The Illinois Farm Bureau, Normal, IL seeks an experienced media
relations manager (Job #090000098) who will be primarily responsible for
the group's day-to-day media relations, including the production of news
releases and media communication; must tell agriculture's story to the
non-farm public by initiating and building relationships with print,
broadcast, Internet and social media outlets, working with leaders and
staff across Farm Bureau divisions to effectively communicate and assist
in achieving its public policy objectives; must have a strong familiarity
with social media and an interest in public policy process or politics.
Apply online at EOE

    -- Capitol Radio Group, Springfield, IL seeks a high-energy, hard-
working promotions assistant who can plan and execute promotions and
station events on-air, remote and off-air, engineer live remotes, promote
charitable fundraisers, act as a board op and update the Web site; must
be able to work weekends. Resume to Brandy Moore, Capitol Radio Group,
3501 E. Sangamon Av., Springield, IL 62707. EOE (9/19)
    -- WKOW-TV, Madison, WI seeks a marketing manager who is a brand
strategist, has a creative advertising mind, and can be the driving force
to pilot a rapidly-evolving ABC affiliate to new heights from concept
through post for television, Web, mobile and commercial vehicles. Resume
to tom Allen, VP/GM, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-
mail EOE (9/4)
    -- The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh seeks a marketing
communications manager (Job #290a.0920) with five years experience in its
Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement who must do copy
writing, design, layout, consulting and Web site updating; should know AP
style, graphic design software such as Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator,
InDesign and Quark and have a bachelor's degree. Apply online at (9/4)
    ** WISH-TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a senior promotion producer with
at least four years experience, expertise in television news and station
promotion, creativity and drive, the ability to dominate a highly-
competitive market through the production of daily topicals, sweeps
promotion, Web promotion and station image campaigns; must be a dynamic
writer and producer with good knowledge of Avid and other non-linear
editing equipment. Tape/DVD and resume to Deidre Conners, promotions
mgr., WISH-TV, 1950 N. meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202. (9/25)

    -- WXIN/WTTV, Indianapolis, IN seek a news brand manager with at
least four yeas experience, including two years as an on-air
writer/producer, preferably in a large- to major-market setting, who will
produce and edit news image and branding campaigns and oversee and work
with daily news topical producers to write and make creative decisions in
the daily promotion of newscasts; will write in promos on daily logs,
conduct outside media buys and help to coordinate station and community
tie-ins, taking part in station events and activities; previous
management experience a big plus. DVD and resume to the WXIN/WTTV HR
Dept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN 46278 or e-mail No calls. (9/8)
    -- The University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN) seeks a
communications director for its Office of Undergraduate Admissions (Job
#09229) who will be responsible for formulating an integrated message to
prospective students, applicants and admitted students that highlights
the school's unique strengths within the higher education community; must
take responsibility for developing, managing and coordinating both
internal and external marketing and public communications, reporting to
the assistant provost for enrollment and being an integral member of the
provost's enrollment management team. Apply online at
    -- KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA seeks a topical promotions producer with
at least five years experience who will provide high impact promotion for
both online and broadcast news products, and can creatively write, shoot,
produce and edit highly-engaging promotion for multi-platform deployment
to viewers to specific newscasts and dayparts; must be innovative, be a
good writer, know non-linear editing equipment and be well-organized,
able to put out a creative and engaging promotional piece in a short
amount of time. Tape/DVD and resume to the KCRG-TV HR Dept., Box 816,
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406. (9/19)

    -- KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO seeks a producer/editor who will write,
produce and execute promotion to build ratings through flow and tune-in,
writing scripts for use on television, cable and radio and executing all
phases of pre- and post-production of such promos, include art direction
and editing, with a concentration in the areas of news, sports and
weather; high levels of expertise in non-linear editing a must. Tape/DVD
and resume to James Rothschild, ops. dir., KMOV-TV, 1 Memorial Dr., St.
Louis, MO 63102, fax (314) 444-6393 or e-mail
    -- The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis seeks a manager of public
communication (Position #5824248) with 10-15 years experience, including
five as a manager, who will provide strategic long-term planning and
overall management of the bank's PR strategies, working collaboratively
across all divisions to enhance the bank's reputation, raise its
visibility among key stakeholders and assure messaging that is
meaningful, consistent and brand compliant; will prepare and deliver
strategic messages about the organization through a variety of print,
broadcast and online media, have a strong strategic mindset and the
ability to do hands-on PR. Apply online at EOE (9/19)

    -- The Missouri Dept. of Transportation, Jefferson City, MO seeks a
community relations coordinator (Position #5831501) with six years media
relations experience who will take responsibility for statewide
communications efforts and projects, coordinate and initiate media
relations activities, plan and coordinate campaigns and special projects
(including public presentations and media coverage), act as the
department's spokesperson, develop and maintain relationships with the
media, develop and edit text for communications materials, provide
support in the development of communications pieces to department staff,
research and write speeches, determine the best use of Web-based
resources and new media applications for communicating to target
audiences and for seeking public input and prepare scripts for video
projects that will include public service announcements, Web casts,
training informational pieces and other varied responsibilities.
Complete a MoDOT job application online at and then send the
completed application, resume and transcripts to the MoDOT HR Service,
601 W. Main St., Box 1787, Jefferson City, MO 65102, call (573) 522-1201,
fax (573) 526-0561 or e-mail EOE (9/10)

    -- The Ohio News Network, Columbus, OH seeks a promotion
writer/producer (Job #400GP) who can implement marketing and branding
strategies through intriguing station and news campaigns, including
topicals and special promotion projects; must have experience, good news
judgment, superior writing ability, and background producing and non-
linear editing using FinalCut Pro. Tape and resume to Margaret Thomas,
HR Dept., ONN/Dispatch Broadcast Group, 770 Twin Rivers Dr., Columbus, OH
43215, call (614) 460-2874 or e-mail (9/25)
    -- WMC-TV, Memphis, TN seeks a promotions producer who will create
and product on-air topical image and multi-platform promotion for station
promotion and branding, working closely with marketing management to
assure and maintain quality image and representation of the station; will
be involved in the writing and editing processes as well as traffic
process of all on-air promotion; must also maintain an archive system for
the video and music used for production. Tape/DVD and resume to Chris
Conroy, promotion mgr., WMC-TV, 1960 Union Av., Memphis, TN 38104 or e-
mail (9/19)
    -- The 5 Star Radio Group, Clarksville, TN seeks a promotions
director for a six-station cluster that includes hot AC, country, classic
hits, active rock and sports talk-formatted stations; must be a creative
out-of-the-box thinker, has the mind power to create unforgettable
promotions, has the charisma to develop relationships with vendors and
clients, has the knowledge to put together promotional documents and
proposals, has the managerial skills to lead a staff of interns, has the
ability to work hard with the programming and sales staff to make the
cluster shine and has Web 2.0 knowledge and some graphic design and Web
upkeep experience. Work samples and resume to Scott Chase, 16740 Old
Russellville Pike, Clarksville, TN 37043 or e-mail
    ** KARK-TV, Little Rock, AR seeks a promotions producer with two
years experience who can write/edit/shoot nightly news topicals, can
produce news image promos, can work closely with news talent has a strong
sense of news branding, knows Avid non-linear editing equipment, knows
Photoshop and AfterEffects CS4 and can post news topical material to the
station Web site. Apply to Phil Reyna, HE Dir., at
    -- WBTV, Charlotte, NC seeks a highly creative marketing producer
with at least two years writing, producing and editing news and station
marketing and promotional spots who will shoot and edit news image, news
topical and local commercial spots; must collaborate too develop, write
and produce primarily brand image promotion and work with news management
and producers to develop effective topical promotional spots; must have
more than a basic understanding of state-of-the-art non-linear editing
systems, while working knowledge of Adobe CS 4 and AfterEffects is a
plus. Tape and resume to John Rice, WBTV, 1 Julian Price Pl., Charlotte,
NC 28208 or e-mail No calls. (9/19)


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