KMPH Fox 26 | Fresno, CA
Posted on:January 10, 2013
February 9, 2013
We are seeking two talented and creative newscast producers to launch and then guide an exciting new newscast project. We offer competitive compensation and benefits, a true "team" atmosphere that is rich in coaching and critique, and an outstanding quality of life near the mountains and the ocean. If you can create compelleing newscasts, can write like you would speak with a friend and not as you think an anchor "should" sound, and you consider yourself a producer and not a "stacker", then We'd like to hear from your and you will LOVE working with us.
Commensurate with experience
Fresno - 93727
Newscast producer experience preferred.
College degree preferred
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. An E.O.E-M/F/D
Send letter of introduction, your resume which must include references and a link so we can see samples of your recent work along with a completed application (available on our website, kmph.com) to: Personnel Department, KMPH Fox 26, 5111 E. McKinley Ave., Fresno, CA 93727 or email to email@example.com
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