We are looking for an energetic and creative news producer who thinks well beyond simply stacking and timing a show. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, writing and producing WBZ and WSBK newscasts; gathering, evaluating, and writing, stories into newscast form to provide complete, accurate and compelling news coverage; working with anchors, executive producers, reporters and editors in refining, graphically enhancing, and adding production values to stories to produce a quality newscast. Successful candidate must have proven ability to enterprise story ideas to enhance viewership. Must have experience overseeing, editing, and back-timing newscasts and breaking news events in the control room to ensure a professional presentation of the newscast. Must be available nights and weekends.
Minimum three (3) years as a line producer in a medium or large market preferred. Bachelor’s or technical degree in Broadcast Journalism or related field preferred. Excellent organizational and communication skills required. Must be results-oriented, innovative and demonstrate teamwork.
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