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Anchor/Reporter (Full-time, Regular)
Anchor/Reporter: Research, write, produce content for digital platforms, and report stories, both live and taped, for newscasts & special stories. Work with producers, editors, & photographers to create and produce news stories & investigations. Local/national travel, holidays and varied hours required. Qualifications: College degree required. 5 years’ experience in broadcast TV reporting required. Must have excellent live reporting, writing, and storytelling skills. Work accurately/efficiently w/in time constraints. Proficiency with newsroom computers and related software, required. Strong social media skills required. Valid driver’s license & Motor Vehicle Record required. Must be able to drive. Candidates must submit resume and tape. Ref posting source and position #6590
Maintenance Technician (Part-time, Per Diem)
Duties include: troubleshooting digital and IP broadcast electronic equipment to the component level in cameras, routers, switchers, microwave, transmitters, and associated terminal equipment. Maintenance and repair of technical equipment, installation of new equipment, and support of plant operations. Maintain studio and field cameras, media servers, digital audio consoles, Production and Master Control automation, and Chyron graphic systems. The successful candidate must be a problem solver who will be responsible for both corrective and scheduled preventive maintenance on television equipment, including P2 equipment, switchers, ENG equipment, servers, transmitters, as well as computers, network, and telecom equipment. Component level electronic troubleshooting skills as well as exceptional IT skills are required. Must have an understanding of computers and microprocessors as they apply to broadcasting equipment. Current, relevant experience with digital video compression/encoding techniques, ATSC /MPEG transmission, and Bitcentral Newsroom is a definite plus. UHF IOT transmitter experience is also preferred.
Must have a General Class FCC license and/or SBE certification. Applicant must be a graduate of an accredited electronics school or college with 6 years’ experience in broadcast maintenance. Must be able to lift and carry forty-five (45) pounds and with equipment, traverse walking distances, up and down stairs, and rough terrain, to complete essential job functions. Must have a clean MVR and be willing to obtain a valid driver’s license. Local travel, OT, weekends and holiday may be required. Reference posting source and position #60489
Studio/MC Technician (Freelance)
Fill a variety of production roles for our newscasts and prep material for air on our two stations. Roles may include, technical director, audio board operator, character generator operator, robotic camera operator and floor director. Also master control commercial and program prep. May also operate master control during live sports and at other times. Operate Sony ELC automation and Sony MV8000 video switcher. Operate Sony MV8000 video switcher in manual mode (w/o ELC control). Operate SSL audio C100 and C10 audio console and all associated audio equipment. Operate Chyron Camio/ISQ system, controlling Chyron Mosaic and PowerClips servers. Operate Vinten robotic cameras. Floor direct and provide cues to talent in the studio. Use iNews computer and Sony ELC playlist viewer. Use Miranda iTX master control system to prepare programming and commercial content for air. Edit the iTX playlist as needed to add, delete and adjust programming and commercial segments for air. Operate iTX during live programming, including sports, to trigger commercial breaks on cue and adjust for programming which is over or under the programmed length.
Work professionally as part of a cohesive team within specific time constraints. HS diploma or equivalent required, college pref. 1 year recent commercial TV experience required. The ideal candidate will have all of the skills and experience listed above but we will consider applicants who have strong abilities in some or most of these skills. WTTG/WDCA is a 24x7 operation. Varied shifts, OT, weekends & holidays will be required. Reference posting source and position #60241
WTTG & WDCA offers an academic credit internship program for college juniors and seniors, receiving college credit for internships from an accredited four-year educational institution; with a major in Communications, Journalism or a related field. Click here for more details.
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