JOB TITLE: PT Sports Producer
COMPANY: WDIO-DT, News/Weather/Sports
SCHEDULE:Nights, Weekends & Holidays, Must be flexible
STATUS: Part Time, Hourly
Strong writer and storyteller
Ability to find good local sports stories
Passion for local sports: high school and college
Understand and interest in hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreation activities
Able to work well as part of a team
Strong television producing skills, or ability and interest in developing them
Videography and editing skills
Degree in communications, speech or related field is desired, but not required
A valid driver’s license and safe driving history as determined by the Company (driving record will be checked)
JOB TITLE: PT Web Intern - Summer 2016
COMPANY: KSTP-TV, News/Weather/Sports
STATUS: Part Time Temporary, Hourly
Must be enrolled in a degree program at a trade school, college, or university which will recognize the internship for class credit; junior or senior preferred
Previous experience with web publishing preferred
Ability to read, write and speak English well; Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines; Knows how to handle multiple tasks, prioritize and manage time sensitive material; Highly organized and detail oriented
Proficient with computer; understands or can learn basic web research skills as well as sophisticated newsroom software
Ability to work 24 hours per week
Must be student enrolled in a degree program at a trade school, college or university which recognizes the internship for a class credit.
A self-starter that thrives under the pressure of strict deadline
Excellent research and writing skills and the ability to work effectively in a team
A passion for local programming and storytelling is critical
Working knowledge of the internet and strong computer skills are essential
Reliable transportation, valid drivers license and safe driving record as determined by the Company preferred (driving record will be checked)
February 25, 2016
JOB TITLE: 1500 ESPN Intern - Summer 2016
SCHEDULE: Approximately 20 hours per week
STATUS: Part Time Temporary, Hourly
Must be enrolled in a degree program at a trade school, college, or university which will recognize the internship for class credit; pursuing a major in broadcasting, journalism, or communication; junior or senior preferred
Collaborate and work cooperatively with a team
Show attention to detail
Demonstrate an interest and knowledge of sports and talk radio
Dress and present oneself in a professional manner
WBMP-FM, WCBS-AM, WCBS-FM, WFAN-AM/ WFAN-FM, WINS-AM, WWFS-FM has an immediate opening for a Staff Accountant.
Req ID#: 24425
Job Title: Staff Accountant
Job Description/Requisition Details:
CBS Radio New York is
seeking a Staff Accountant to support our our 6 New York stations. This
position reports directly to the Market Controller of CBS Radio New York.
• Perform month-end and year-end
closing activities including the preparation of journal entries and general
ledger account analysis and reconciliations.
• Report monthly
financial performance and variance analysis.
• Compile and calculate
monthly sales commission statements.
• Ensure the station is
complying with Sarbanes-Oxley Act rules and regulations.
• Participate in the
forecasting and budgeting processes.
• Assist with cash
Represent station and FOX7Austin.com to local advertisers. Develop new-to-station and web business. Maximize billing on existing account list. Write, prepare and deliver sales presentations to advertisers. Negotiate business with agency buyers. Cultivate new-to-station advertisers through cold-calling and aggressive prospecting. Prior media advertising sales experience (minimum 1-2 years) required and television sales experience preferred. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Experience with One Domain, Scarborough, Wide Orbit and CMR is a plus. Excellent people skills. Good driving record.
Television broadcast engineer needed to operate and maintain a wide variety of computer-based and IP-enabled equipment throughout the TV station, in support of News and Production operations. To be a successful candidate for this position, you should have formal training in computer science, electronics, or broadcast engineering, or a minimum of 5 years of prior experience in one of these fields. Additionally, good problem-solving skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a technical team are required. A professional certification, such as a General Class FCC license, CompTIA Network +, SBE CBNT/CBNE, Cisco CCNA, or Microsoft MCSA/MCSE while not required, would be a major plus. Local travel is occasionally necessary for this position, along with the ability to work flexible shifts, including weekends, evenings and holidays. The ability to work from time to time on short (>12ft) ladders, and to lift up to 40 lbs. is also required.