Louisville Production Director

Summit Media Louisville

Date: 9/21/17

Job Title of Open Position: Louisville Production Director

Date required: 12/4/17

Job Description
Production Director/Imaging Director/air-personality for SummitMedia’s four station cluster in Louisville. (WQNU, WRKA, WSFR, WVEZ). This position holds oversight of all commercial production, to include writing, producing, system upload and assigning client commercial production. Also, responsible for working directly with the P.D.’s and O.M. to coordinate and produce specific station imaging. This position also includes a daily airshift to be determined at a later date. This position requires a strong working relationship and daily communication with the D.O.S., Sales and Traffic Director to insure the integrity of our commercial inventory and logs.
Strong time management and organizational skills are a must. All employees are expected to bring a positive attitude to the work place and be cheerful, cooperative, and productive. May be asked to perform others duties – as needed – for the effective operation of the stations. You must have prior radio experience and proficiency with computer programs and basic knowledge of Adobe Audition and Maestro. You must be a team player, self-motivated, with attention to detail. Attendance/Punctuality is a must.
Write and produce the best spots and promos in the industry. Have the freedom to WIN on air. And work for a company that actually cares about local talent and gives you the tools to win. Pique your interest? Then SummitMedia Louisville wants your submission. The open position is Production/Imaging Director/air-talent for SummitMedia’s four station Louisville cluster. (WQNU, WRKA, WSFR, WVEZ) The man you would be replacing is retiring after 18 years in this role. Yes, on his terms. All formats encouraged – 3 years production/on-air experience required minimum. Your current market size is not a factor. Submit resume and audio now – LouJobs@summitmediacorp.com. Only those with a strong desire to win need apply.
SummitMedia is an equal opportunity employer

It is the policy of Summit Media to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, age or sex in all personnel actions including recruitment, evaluation, selection, promotion, compensation, training and termination. Discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, age or sex is prohibited. If you believe you have been the victim of discrimination, you may notify the Federal Communications Commission, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or other appropriate agency.

Reporter, City Beat

Reporter, City Beat
Louisville Public Media

If you’re a journalist who likes to explore unexpected angles, be creative with formats and document a city in transformation, Louisville Public Media wants to hear from you.

We’re hiring a reporter at 89.3 WFPL News, our NPR affiliate, to cover the city’s major public officials and institutions. We’re looking for someone to dig into and explain the inner workings of Kentucky’s largest city and the political, economic and social forces shaping its future – and how they affect the people who live here.

To get this job, you must have professional daily reporting experience in a city, a keen eye for finding the stories that matter and the skill to hold an audience with your writing.

You will join an award-winning news operation that includes the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and the Ohio Valley ReSource news collaborative. Louisville Public Media’s trio of public radio stations (news, classical and indie music) is beloved in our city. And we run the city’s social calendar, Do502.

We offer a job that is always new in a lively newsroom and an enchanting city. Louisville is a welcoming community with a thriving entrepreneurial scene, great food, amazing art and culture – and our bars stay open until 4 a.m.

Key qualifications
●Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
●Two years of professional daily news experience
●Active social media posting as a journalist

Send your letter, resume, three work samples and three references to: resume@louisvillepublicmedia.org

Louisville Public Media is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to racial, ethnic, LGBTQ, religious, economic and educational diversity.

Production Assistant

WNKY’s NBC & CBS television station seeks a Production Assistant to work closely with the Producer, Production staff, and News talent. PART TIME

Will train the right candidate. Entry level position.Send resume and cover letter, by November 3, 2017 to: Human Resources, Marquee Broadcasting Kentucky, P.O. Box 149, Bowling Green, KY 42102 or email to: Personnel@wnky.com. Please note position desired in subject line. EOE

News Photographer

WNKY’s NBC & CBS television station seeks a News Photographer to work closely with the Producer, Production staff, and News talent. PART TIME

Video camera knowledge a must. Will train as needed. Must have creativity and the sense of urgency to cover stories.

Send resume and cover letter, by November 3, 2017 to: Human Resources, Marquee Broadcasting Kentucky, P.O. Box 149, Bowling Green, KY 42102 or email to: Personnel@wnky.com. Please note position desired in subject line. EOE

Director

WNKY’s NBC & CBS television station seeks a Director to work closely with the Producer, Production staff, and News talent. PART TIME

Previous experience preferred, but not required. Must be creative and willing to adjust to a fast-paced environment. Being calm under pressure is essential.

Send resume and cover letter, by November 3, 2017

to: Human Resources, Marquee Broadcasting Kentucky, P.O. Box 149, Bowling Green, KY 42102 or email to: Personnel@wnky.com. Please note position desired in subject line. EOE

In Memory of Nolan Kenner

It is with great sadness, that the KBA informs you that Nolan Kenner, legendary Kentucky broadcaster passed away on Thursday, October 12, 2017. He was surrounded by his family. For many years, Kenner ran WSFC-WSEK radio in Somerset, Kentucky. In 2001, he received the Al Temple Award for his outstanding contributions to the association. Additionally, he was inducted into the Kentucky Mic- Hall of Fame. He will be greatly missed.

“We of the KBA are certainly saddened at the loss of our good friend Nolan Kenner. Nolan served the KBA in so many different ways and had so so many friends. He was quite a professional in every way including his service to our country in the US Navy. We will certainly miss Nolan in all the KBA activities and his contribution to the field of radio broadcasting. We along with his family celebrate Nolan’s life. We of the KBA will sorely miss him in every way. ”
-Henry Lackey
KBA President/CEO

Meteorologist/Traffic Reporter

WAVE 3 News, Raycom Media’s NBC affiliate in Louisville, is looking for a full-time Meteorologist to join one of the largest and most experienced weather teams in the country.  Our mets are leaders in social media, multi-platform delivery of viewer-focused weathercasts, and aggressive coverage of severe weather.  If that describes you as well, we want to hear from you.

Weather-focused traffic information is a critical part of all our weather coverage, and this position will focus primarily on traffic during our Sunrise newscasts – frequently presenting from our mobile Storm Tracker unit.  This person will then handle weather duties for Midday and other newscasts on their shift.

The successful candidate will have a degree in meteorology or a closely related scientific field and at least two years of forecasting on television and digital platforms.  AMS and/or NWA certification is a plus, as is experience reporting news or traffic.

Apply online https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/7589/meteorologist-traffic-reporter/job

and upload your resume and references, and links to your work. Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record, and pass a drug test.  No phone calls please.  EOE-M/F/D/V

Breaking News Anchor

WAVE 3 News, the Raycom-owned NBC affiliate in Louisville, KY, has an immediate opening for a journalist who can produce and deliver compelling breaking news segments in our Sunrise newscast.

The Alert Center is an integral part of our Sunrise newscast.  The Alert Center Anchor constantly watches for breaking news, and is the first to report it – using news feeds, social media, and our touchscreen to deliver frequent, fast-paced segments.  Technical and social savvy are critical, as is the ability to find and emphasize the most urgent elements of every story.  This person will also serve as a primary anchor of other newscasts, including our 7am and/or Midday.

Applicants must possess a four-year college degree.  Four years’ experience is preferred, with at least two years of anchoring or breaking news experience.

If you want to be a part of an award-winning, aggressive newsroom that makes a difference in its community, apply online  https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/7588/breaking-news-anchor/job

and upload a resume, references, and links to your work.   Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record and pass a drug test.  No phone calls please.  EOE-M/F/D/V

News Content Specialist

WAVE 3 News, the Raycom Media NBC affiliate in Louisville, KY has an immediate opening for a full-time News Specialist focusing on the technical aspects of newscast production.

The successful candidate will: operate teleprompter, studio cameras, audio, and run graphics, and possibly some directing. Other duties will include contributing stories to WAVE3.com and our mobile apps as well as associate producing and editing video.  Previous television experience preferred. The hours will vary and may include early mornings, late nights and weekends. Pre-employment drug screening required.

Please apply online:

https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/7547/news-content-specialist/job

and attach cover letter and resume.  No phone calls please. EOE-M/F/D/V.