They will archive news and 고소득알바 audio material, and write digital stories for Texas and NPR stations. The Texas Newsroom is a historic regional news collaboration between NPR and the state’s public radio stations. We’re part of The Texas Newsroom, the state’s partnership with NPR that allows us to deliver even richer content and programming. TPR produces and delivers high quality content through radio broadcasts, video and audio streaming, digital networks and live broadcasts, and collaborates with other media organizations to produce and deliver even richer content and programs.
Today, KUT and KUTX are two of the most efficient public radio stations in the country and regularly have the largest per capita radio audience of the nation’s 200 largest cities. Control stations: KUT in Austin, KERA in Dallas, Houston Public Media and Texas Public Radio in San Antonio. The Chief Engineer of WOSU Public Media has primary responsibility for the proper installation, operation, and support of the technical aspects of radio stations, including all broadcast equipment located at WOSU’s facilities at the Fawcett Center, the new 1800 Pearl, and several broadcast facilities across the state. in accordance with applicable federal, state, local, and university rules and regulations.
The EEO/M/F/V/D/SO/GII WPVI-TV Broadcast Maintenance Engineer candidate will be involved in the installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of broadcast facility infrastructure and systems. The candidate must be organized, excel in system documentation and design, and be a self-starter who can work both independently and as part of a diverse team. WPVI-TV operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and candidates may be required to work non-traditional shifts on weekends/holidays and can stay in touch and/or work overtime as needed. The ideal candidate should be a motivated, resourceful, resourceful individual with strong time management skills and critical thinking.
We are looking for an AE who is experienced and willing to work closely with a small team of producers and publishers. This role will work closely with colleagues across the plant, with different backgrounds and skills. This position is eligible for flexible employment arrangements that include up to two days a week at a distance. Job openings for part-time students can be found at wosu.org/about/student-work/.
All of our internships are paid, with the spring internship being part-time to accommodate current school work and the summer opportunity designed to be full-time. This unpaid internship provides in-depth information about office operations as well as education, production and broadcasting professions, as well as valuable work experience and professional contacts to help improve communication skills. An internship like this one can combine elements of writing, audio production, website work, radio work, music programming, program distribution, and so on.
Students should show an interest in radio and journalism and some experience with audio and writing techniques would be helpful. Experience in using audio editing software and hardware to create broadcast content. Experience in researching, recommending and purchasing broadcasting equipment. Five years of experience in servicing digital and analog radio transmission equipment and related IP equipment.
Assist in the development and monitoring of the annual operating budget for radio engineering. Track radio budgets and can supervise part-time maintainers. Includes preventive maintenance of all radio production and broadcast equipment, as well as FM transmitters and associated broadcast system equipment. Provide technical support and functional direction to administrative/professionals (including broadcast, broadcast, production and journalists) and/or continue to directly supervise support staff, contract engineers, tower customers and external suppliers.
Exceptional organizational and time management skills, including the ability to work effectively under stress and meet deadlines. Great people skills and the ability to work effectively under pressure are required.
Together with our technical, engineering and administrative staff, we are a large community radio and digital storytelling team. We have 85 full-time news professionals producing a total of 9.5 hours of news a day.
We also strive to create content that truly engages and connects our diverse audiences. This critical editorial position requires excellent communication skills, a calm demeanor, and the ability to handle stress and respond appropriately. ABC11/WTVD, an ABC-owned station based in Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, NC, is welcoming a seasoned senior digital producer. ABC11/WTVD, an ABC-owned station based in Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, NC, is immediately hiring a dedicated and creative content editor to work in the competitive news market. We also strive to create content that truly engages and connects our diverse audiences. BA in Mass Communication or preferred or equivalent related field experience ABC11/WTVD, an ABC-owned station located in Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, NC, is immediately opening a position for a second Deputy News Director to Lead our cross-platform newsroom.
The producer will primarily work on the WTVD streaming platform and will work closely with our digital strategy manager and news team to create and distribute exclusive content for our Connected Television (CTV) streaming applications. Content producers assist newsrooms with daily news streams for adequate coverage on radio and radio’s digital platforms. The Editor-in-Chief works with the rest of the team to guide the creation of stories across multiple platforms, including digital and audio. The role is a key member of the studio’s back-office staff and will be responsible for multiple roles at live news and digital events, as well as creating high-impact content.
The intern will work under the direction of the Director of News and in collaboration with other journalists. The intern will be offered a “real” news experience so that by the end of the internship, the individual will be able to report and write the news, as well as use the control panel, editorial software, and possibly present the news. broadcasts. The student will work with the radio director to select a topic and determine the necessary production activities.
Completion of the internship will be a schedule for producing radio broadcasts and digital presentations. With BYU Broadcasting, you become part of a world-class organization and have the opportunity to work in a world-class facility. BYUtv team is looking for UPM / Line Producers / or Coordinating Producer (Position will depend on qualifications). Broadcast engineers will also assist with technical support and maintenance of the studio systems we use in our organization and will assist with construction supervision at our headquarters.
Additionally, 20 percent of job functions will support Texas Student Media (TSM) directors and teams that provide commercial operations for Daily Texan, KVRX, Texas Student Television and other student media. This position is responsible for working with press, sales and marketing on projects. It performs the news reporting function by generating ideas and applying creative and editorial judgment in the collection, writing, editing and production of original broadcast news and services broadcast by Texas Public Radio from a variety of sources.