• Creative Services Producer

    Location US-CA-Sacramento
    Posted Date 1 month ago(4/24/2019 12:38 PM)
    Job ID
    Marketing/Creative Services
  • Overview

    FOX40 in Sacramento, CA, is seeking a seasoned creative services producer to conceptualize, write and produce dynamic promotional spots that reinforce, expand and deliver on the stations brand promise.


    The qualified candidate must work effectively within specific time constraints with producers, department management, newsroom and station personnel in a fast-paced environment. The promotion producer is an essential team member in the Creative Services Department. The individual should have a proven track record for overseeing and leading projects from concept to completion with emphasis on producing image campaigns across a variety of platforms. Under direction of the Creative Services Director, Create, develop and produce the on-air look for KTXL FOX40. This may include writing and producing all Image campaigns, station IDs, News topical promos, digital/online promotional ads & content, Radio ads, cable and outside media, Custom syndicated show and block promos, End-panels and lower third graphics, VO Tags, Operate or have a working knowledge of Adobe Premiere and the entire Adobe Creative Suite. Work with Promotion Manager & Creative Services Director to develop & execute overall.


    The Ideal candidate must have strong creative writing & communication skills, creative ability to develop campaigns that will cut through the clutter. Minimum 2 years broadcast experience (or equivalent work experience) 4-year college degree in broadcasting, communications or marketing preferred. Knowledge of all aspects of producing as well as proficiency with Adobe Premiere and the entire Adobe Creative Suite. Must work well independently as well as part of a cohesive team.

    Please submit resume, cover letter and link to reel for consideration.



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