WKOW has an opportunity for an ambitious, creative, multimedia content producer for Wake Up Wisconsin. A dream job for multi-taskers, you research, write, edit and post content on a multitude of platforms including the Web, mobile and social networks. You would be involved in the editing of pictures and sound. Qualified candidates will possess strong writing skills, the ability to make quick decisions, a competitive nature, and the desire to move into management down the road.
27 News is a re-engineered newsroom organized to deliver news as it happens on air, online and on the go all the time.
A strong writing background is a must, along with a fluency in both television news and Web based information sharing. Ideal candidates are creative self starters who work well with minimal supervision, adapt to flexible schedules, take ownership and thrive in a deadline driven, breaking news environment. A college degree in Journalism or related field supports the expectation of solid news judgment, writing skills and knowledge of AP style. Knowledge of iNews, the WorldNow Content Management system and common software applications including MS Word, Excel and MS Outlook is preferred.
This is your opportunity to join one of the most innovative and rapidly growing television news organizations in the Midwest and to reside in one of Forbes Magazine's most livable cities in America.
Send your resume, reel and references to:
Joe Radske, News Director
5727 Tokay Blvd.
Madison, WI, 53719
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