• Producer

    Location US-UT-Salt Lake City
    Posted Date 1 month ago(4/24/2019 7:23 PM)
    Job ID
    2019-49350
    Category
    News
  • Overview

    FOX 13 KSTU-TV, Utah’s Most Watched News, has an immediate opening for a full-time newscast producer. Show-stackers need not apply. This is a job for a creative, dedicated journalist who enjoys crafting a newscast and thrives under pressure.

    Responsibilities

    • Select timely, compelling, content for hour-long newscast. Be an active participant in editorial meetings and bring practical story ideas.
    • Write news stories and teases. Assign team of reporters, anchors and associate producers to write crisp, accurate copy.
    • Proofread and edit every element of the broadcast.
    • Work with directors, graphic artists and associate producers to visually enhance information in the newscast. Demonstrate effective use of full screen graphics, lower thirds, boxes, etc.
    • Look for ways to incorporate the station’s website, Fox13now.com, and station’s social media sites into broadcasts and coverage.
    • Work with assignment desk to coordinate unbeatable coverage of every story and be aggressive on breaking news.
    • Work with newsroom management team to ensure compelling, journalistically sound coverage of news on a daily basis.
    • Produce breaking news coverage and special projects as assigned.

    Qualifications

    The ideal candidate will have at least one to two years of experience producing television news for a major network affiliate or quality college broadcast news program.

     

    To apply online, visit Tribune Careers and search for job #2019-49350

     

     

    Due to the volume of applications received we will not be able to verify receipt of your resume or applications. A KSTU/Fox 13 representative will contact you for a phone or in-person interview, should your application be selected.

     

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