Date: January 28, 2014
POSITION TITLE: Photojournalist
REPORTS TO: Chief Photographer
The primary responsibility of a News Photojournalist is to shoot and edit news stories under extreme deadline pressure. Two years’ experience in TV news and sports photography and editing required.
1.Insures the highest quality pictures and sound for all stories shot.
2.Works alone or with a reporter ...
LOCATION: KFOR-TV / KAUT-TV
Date: January 27, 2014
POSITION TITLE: Traffic Assistant
REPORTS TO: Traffic Manager
POSITION SUMMARY: The primary function of the Traffic Assistant is to insure accurate and timely preparation of the daily operations log.
1.Pull missing copy lists and enter copy for logs.
2.Maintain daily logs.
3.Maintain copy files for active and inactive commercial instructions.
4.Prepare instructions for ...
Are you germaphobic in the extreme? Do you use a tissue to touch a public doorknob, or use your elbows to turn on faucets? Are public toilet seats your worst nightmare? Are your purses or pockets packed with Purel, latex gloves, and your own sterile eating utensils? Are your germaphobic tendencies ruining your life or relationships?
If this sounds familiar, we want to hear from you! We are an Emmy-winning television production company, seeking extreme germaphobes aged 18-30 for a new documentary. ...
DATE: January 15, 2014
POSITION TITLE: 10pm Producer
REPORTS TO: News Management
Oklahoma City’s market leader and one of the top NBC affiliates in the country is seeking an experienced newscast producer to serve as a team leader. We are looking for maturity, experience and strong communication skills. The ideal candidate also has a talent for showcasing, a commitment to journalism and lives for breaking news.
Jan 15 -
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