Job Postings

Current Job Listings for December 2011/January 2012 (still to come:

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WIRE/NEWS SERVICE/SYNDICATION:
No current listings for Indiana
— Dow Jones Newswires/Chicago seeks a reporter (Job #000100733) to cover the airline and aerospace industry
beats who can work extensively in cooperation with colleagues in Washington, overseas and with the Wall Street
Journal; will lead DJ coverage of the aerospace and defense sectors, including Boeing, break news on the corporate
performance of these companies and analyze broader signals they provide for domestic and global economies; must
know the financial markets, including corporate finance, application should include five clips, a resume and pitches for two news stories and one feature idea. Apply online at http://careers.newscorp.com/Job/Details/1164. EOE (1/23)
** Openings at the Associated Press/Chicago: Central Region broadcast writer

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(Job #10053406) who can write, file
and help manage the broadcast report in a multi-state region as part of a dynamic 24/7/365 operation that includes
editors in txt, photo, multimedia and video who work as a team to assure that the AP owns coverage of the day’s
news in all formats; must have strong writing and editing skills, have a broad understanding of issues at all levels,
have experience in multiple formats that includes video and is aggressive and adept at reordering priorities as
needed, particularly under deadline pressure; apply online at https://careers.ap.org/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-19603&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any. Overnight Central Region broadcast writer (Job #10053407) with the same abilities; apply online at https://careers.ap.org/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-
19592&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any. EOE (1/23)
** The Associated Press/Springfield, IL seeks a temporary legislative reporter (Job #10057541) who will become
part of the team responsible for the AP’s coverage of state government and politics; must develop the beat inside and outside of the statehouse, provide comprehensive and competitive coverage of the workings of state government and
politics, be able to produce content in multiple formats (text/photo/video/audio), and work with the full-time
correspondent and stat news editor to set the beat’s agenda and develop spot and hard-edged enterprise reporting
for the AP’s global newspaper, online and broadcast audience; must be able to juggle multiple projects across
formats and meet all deadlines. Apply online at https://careers.ap.org/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-
19506&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any; questions can be directed to Hugh Dellios, news editor, at
HDellios@ap.org. EOE (1/23)

NEWSPAPERS:
— The Indianapolis (IN) Star seeks an assistant public service editor who has experience editing, is a strong frontend
coach,

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can bring the best out of a team of state and local government reporters, puts a strong emphasis on
breaking news and watchdog enterprise, believes in up-to-the-moment graphic presentation and emotionally
evocative storytelling, can help reporters spin an interesting yarn, knows when to discard traditional storm forms to
break down information into easy-to-use, visually-appealing packages, has an analytical mind and strong
communications skills, has a passion for story coaching ands impeccable line editing skills and works well across
departments; a track record of excellence in beat coverage, investigations and innovative storytelling will make you
stand out. Apply to Steve Berta, senior editor/public service, at steve.berta@indystar.com. (1/17)
** Openings at the Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster, IN): Highly-motivated and creative sports editor with at
least five years experience who can edit, assign for multiple platforms, proof pages, plan coverage for zoned delivery,
do content development and personnel management, display a solid knowledge of sports with an emphasis on high
schools, conduct research, do copy editing, write headlines, use social media for communication and research, foster
a collaborative environment, have good time management and organizational skills, accurately gauge project
duration, deliver on deadlines, manage a workload with possibly conflicting priorities and communicate well with the
public. Photographer with two years experience shooting stills and video who can shoot daily news, spot news, prep
sports and other office duties; must have solid news judgment, good time management skills, good organizational
skills, an ability to deliver on tight deadlines and the ability to manage a workload in a heavily-zoned environment.
Apply online at www.nwi.com/timesjobs. EOE (1/23)
— Openings at the Ft. Wayne (IN) Journal Gazette: Aggressive reporter with at least two years experience who
can cover county government and public health, scooping the competition, making good use of sources, posting fast
and accurate stories to the Web site as needed and generating a steady stream of interesting enterprise stories.
Police beat reporter with at least one year experience who has a unique mix of skills – fast and accurate reporting of
braking news and quality writing skills to convey emotional situations; must be able to develop sources, scoop the
competition and make time to produce enterprise stories; shift is mostly evenings with regular weekend work. Send
6-8 published clips and resume to Tom Germuska Jr., metro editor, 600 W. Main St., Ft. Wayne, IN 46802. No email.
(1/17)
** The Lafayette (IN) Journal & Courier seeks a content delivery desk editor who can edit for style, grammar and
fairness, effectively publishing content on multiple platforms; must fix holes in stories, write compelling headlines for
all platforms, help manage digital offerings and can help mentor a staff. Work samples and resume to managing
editor Henry Howard at http://www.jobpath.com/Jobs/Gannett/Content-Delivery-Desk-
Editor/J8E4Y465V1WVBQJR9VW. (1/22)
— The Anderson (IN) Herald-Bulletin seeks a talented and committed reporter who is comfortable covering a
variety of local news and feature topics, is a collaborative self-starter, has a passion for the professional and has the
ability to shoot both photos and video; training in journalism is a must while experience is a plus. Clips, resume and
references to Steve Dick, associate editor, Box 1090, Anderson, IN 46015 or e-mail steve.dick@heraldbulletin.com.
(1/17)
— Openings at the Evansville (IN) Courier: Reporter (multimedia journalist – Job #2460) who can tell stories on
various platforms, is adept at hard news and features, can bring stories home to the audience, can shoot both stills
and video, can make and maintain sources, can generate stories under constant deadline pressure and has basic
proficiency in multimedia journalism, including reporting, writing, Web posting, still photography, online video,
databases and social media; the paper prefers two years of experience but will consider talented recent grads. Apply
online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html. EOE (1/22)
— The Chicago Tribune seeks news editors (Job #2010-14224) with three or more years experience who have
experience directing and managing reporters; must be interested in daily community-=level journalism and have a
hard-news, digital first and competitive mentality; must be able to inspire, communicate well, build a team and teach
others. Apply to Phil Jurik at pjurik@tribune.com. EOE (1/22)
** Openings at the Southern Illinoisan (Carbondale, IL): Manager of visual content (photo/design editor) who will
direct efforts across the newsroom to create top-quality visual content for a variety of platforms – newspaper, online,
mobile, lifestyle and business publications, special reports and niche products; must have strong design and artistic
skills either from photojournalism background or experience as a news designer; must have a critical eye, the soul of
an artist, the deadline affinity of a news professional, can actively create visual content, write well, several as online
administrator for visual content and page design skills and work collegially with other supervising editors; must be
committed to excellence in photography, video, graphic arts, newspaper design, maps and online presentation.
Experienced and versatile reporter who is equally adept at news, feature and in-depth writing and values stories that
explore the impact of daily events on people’s lives; must write for daily and weekend editions, special sections, Web
site and special projects; daily newspaper experience preferred but not a must. Apply to Gary Metro, editor, 710 N.
Illinois Av., Carbondale, IL 62901 or e-mail gary.metro@thesouthern.com. EOE (1/23)
— Openings at the Columbus (OH) Dispatch: Dining editor who loves to write as much as eat, can lead coverage of
a vibrant local restaurant scene, can manage all editorial content for a daily Web site and for a new quarterly
magazine and serve as restaurant reviewer for the Dispatch, This Week Community Newspapers, Alive, Capital Style
magazine and other company publications, while assigning articles to staff and freelance reviewers and working with
editors to coordinate coverage across platforms. Editorial writer who will write commentary on topics of reader
interest to stimulate public comment; must conceive, suggest and research editorial topics; must participate in
editorial planning conferences. Apply online at www.dispatch.com/careers. (1/23)

TELEVISION NETWORK/SYNDICATION:
— The Ohio News Network (Columbus, OH) seeks an assistant news director (Job#400AR) who will be responsible
for driving editorial content in newscasts, managing reporters and bureau content, scheduling staff for a statewide
new operation, is a hands-on leader of daily editorial coverage, is self-motivated and flexible, is dedicated to
improving the product, is a strong communicator on all levels and has a strong desire to lead the staff; experience on
a 24/7 regional cable news operation is a plus. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. (1/22)

TELEVISION:
— WRTV-TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a reporter/videographer who can gather and present material for use on all
platforms, edit video, write well, report live smoothly, can enterprise lead stories daily, can delivery dynamic reports,
embrace traditional and non-traditional storytelling methods, can break stories on the Web, is a team player and can
work all shifts and holidays. DVD/tape, resume and references to Sheldon Ripson, ND, WRTV, 1330 N. Meridian St.,
Indianapolis, IN 46202. (1/9)
— Openings at WISH-TV, Indianapolis, IN: Reporter/videographer (multiplatform journalist) who can use live
locations to tell strong stories, can connect with the viewer, is an active storyteller, fully understands delivery of
content to the Web is one of the most important aspects of the job and can work sources for exclusive stories; apply
to Andres Gilfillan, AND. Producer who can weave a dynamic live newscast, work with the team to produce a product
that engages the audience, has strong leadership qualities, writes well, communicates clearly and understands the
station’s growing 24/7 presence on the Web; DVD and resume to Patti McGettigan, ND, 1950N. Meridian St.,
Indianapolis, IN 46202 or e-mail careers@wishtv.com. No calls. (1/6)
— Openings at WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN: News director (Job #300CW) with at least five years news
management experience who knows how to produce distinctive news products that serve audiences on all platforms;
must love enterprise and investigative work, and own breaking coverage; must demonstrate innovative and effective
strategies to serve, recruit and retain audiences. Weekend meteorologist (Job #300JR) with at least five years on-air
forecasting experience and the flexibility to be on the air whenever it matters; AMS/NWA seal preferred; must have
strong on-air presence, a track record of showcasing strong technological skills, can report on weather and
environmental topics and can service all platforms, including a 24-hour weather channel. Apply online at
www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers/ . EOE (1/22)
** WFYI-TV/Indiana Public Broadcasting (Indianapolis, IN) full-time and part-time statehouse reporters (see listing
under radio networks). (1/24)
** Openings at WXIN/WTTV, Indianapolis, IN: Creative reporter with at least three years experience who excels at
covering breaking news and developing enterprise stories, understands the immediate deadline of posting stories
online, can provide social media updates throughout the day, can shoot and edit video, can make and maintain
sources, writes well, can proofread stories, can contribute story ideas consistently and can perform public speaking
engagements deemed important to the station by management. Part-time assignment editor with at least three years
experience who will oversee the desk on overnights weekends, tacking and dispatching crews to breaking stories,
writing and editing video for weekend morning newscasts, updating the station Web site and social media outlets and
have effective writing and newsgathering skills. Tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the
WXIN/WTTV HR Dept., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN 46278. (1/24)
— Openings at WBND/WCWW-TV, South Bend, IN: Producers who can help build a new local news team from the
ground up for ABC and CW affiliate stations; must have extraordinary credentials, be self-sufficient, be proactive, be
creative, must embrace technology and be a leader and teacher. Assignment desk editors. Reporters.
Tape/DVD/online link and resume to the WBND/WCWW-TV HR Dept., attn: news recruitment, 3665 Park Pl. West,
Mishawaka, IN 46545 or e-mail humanresources@abc57.com. (1/22)
— Openings at WNDU-TV, South Bend, IN: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #10-10) with at
least one year experience who is a great storyteller, is a superb writer, can edit what you shoot, and won’t wait for
stories to be handed to you. Tape/DVD and resume to C.J. Beutien, ND, WNDU-TV, Box 1616, South Bend, IN
46634 or e-mail jobs@wndu.com. EOE (1/22)
** WSBT-TV, South Bend, IN seeks an executive producer with at least five years producing/EP experience who is
a creative storyteller, can coach and motivate, can help to lead a staff of experienced journalists, thrives on breaking
news, can visualize and create a compelling news product, must transform rundowns into visual masterpieces,
mentor others to consistently produce emotionally-connecting stories, take responsibility for editorial content and the
daily on-air look as well as content on all other platforms; must coordinate sweeps projects, special events and work
with convergence efforts with newspaper and radio station partners; must fill-in as a producer as needed. Technical
director who will fill-in as director as needed but not punch own newscast or other production; may work some
overnight shifts as needed. DVD and resume to the WSBT-TV HR Dept., 1301 E. Douglas Rd., Mishawaka, IN
46545 or e-mail rmalone@wsbt.com. (1/19)
— Openings at WSJV-TV, South Bend/Elkhart, IN: Content manager who will be more than an executive producer,
and will function as the central hub of the news organization, be the primary decision maker on stories for use overthe-
air and on other platforms, will directly oversee and be in nearly constant contact withal involved in the
newsgathering process, will weigh the full editorial possibilities of a story and make immediate decisions on
distribution. Experienced part-time weather anchor who can tell an engaging story even when there’s nothing on the
radar, loves to watch storms roll in and can even smile at hearing the words “lake effect snow;” must have a
comfortable and competent weather presentation, be able to fill in mornings or evenings, and must know your stuff,
although a meteorology degree is not a must. Tape and resume to Ed Kral, station mgr., WSJV-TV, 58096 County
Rd. 7 South, Elkhart, IN 46517. (1/21)
** WANE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks a meteorologist/reporter who has a passion for telling the weather story on all
platforms using the best of radar and broadcast weather technique; weekend coverage and weekday flexibility must
include weather-related reporting. Tape/DVD and resume to Ted Linn, ND, WANE-TV, 2915 W. State St., Ft. Wayne,
IN 46808. (1/21)
** WTHI-TV, Terre Haute, IN seeks a reporter/weather forecaster who will develop/write/edit compelling news
stories on a daily basis, make and maintain contacts, report live smoothly, write and edit compelling content for the
station Web site, post Web material, accurately interpret weather data, develop forecasts and graphics, update the
Web’s weather section and present information in a clear manner; must adapt quickly to severe weather and breaking
news; background with Weather Central and ENPS is helpful. Tape/DVD and resume to Susan Dinkel, ND, WTHITV,
Box 9606, Terre Haute, IN 47808 or e-mail sdinkel@wthitv.com. No calls. (1/23)
— WTIU-FM/WFIU-TV, Bloomington, IN seeks a news producer/director (Job #1926) with 2-5 years experience
who will supervise interns and part-time reporters, will oversee a statewide stringer network, will anchor Morning
Edition and All Things Considered cut-ins, will host and guide the production of public affairs programming, will serve
as the liaison to national and state news operations; must have an in-depth understanding of journalistic principles,
particularly as they apply to public media, have experience supervising teams of freelance reporters, have the ability
to teach news protocols to students, have experience working with multi-platform technologies, have the ability to
adapt material to a variety of platforms and have hands-on experience in writing, reporting, editing, production and
on-air delivery in radio. Apply with mp3, resume, contact information for at least three professional references online
at www.jobs.indiana.edu. (1/22)
— Openings at WFIE-TV, Evansville, IN: Reporter/videographer who knows how to find great stories, can deliver
them on a daily basis, can manage a regional beat, knows how to use multimedia and Web tools to deliver
continuous content online and on mobile platforms; must be a strong shooter, editor and writer. TapeDVD and
resume to the WFIE-TV HR Dept., Box 1414, Evansville, IN 47701 r e-mail mhillenbrand@14wfie.com. No calls.
EOE (1/22)
— Openings at CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago: Assistant news director (Job #6745BR) with at least five years
news management experience who will collaborate in the continued development and leadership of news broadcast
operations, with a focus on presentation, packaging, production and storytelling technique; must provide strategic
leadership in the development and execution of competitive programming that will engage and grow the audience,
collaborate in the creation of other programming that extends the reach and impact of the station, support and grow
new media initiatives, plan and execute the product, develop production stiles on air that effectively show off original
and enterprise content, create a professional environment that encourages innovation and responsible risk-taking,
write copy, edit copy and scripts across all platforms, provide leadership during major breaking and planned events
over the air and online and always display creative judgment and experience in developing competitively
differentiated approaches to telling stories and producing newscasts; apply online at
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0. Per-diem reporter (Job #5873BR) with at least five years top-20 market GA experience who can enterprise
differentiated stories that are compliant with news strategies, can report live and on-tape, can go scripted or
unscripted, will work closely with the producer t create compelling content, has an unequivocal commitment to
accuracy and fairness and has a familiarity with the Chicago area; apply online at
https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=^CP1rnvAyX9Cwq1psxl1D7/grQnnF/26ysuUUgmD
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=187929&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5128&JobSiteInfo=187929_5128&GQId=0. Per
diem assignment editor (Job #6824BR) who can manage and coordinate news coverage, make efficient use of
resources, research stories, arrange interviews, generate story ideas, follow-up on stories, answer questions from
viewers and make beat checks; apply online at
https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?Agent=1&jobid=199835&ClientId=25084&PartnerId=250
84&SiteId=5128&JobSiteId=5128&Language=1&JobReqLang=1&JobSiteInfo=85310_5128. EOE (1/10)
** Openings at NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, Chicago: An experienced news manager (Job #1296118). Apply online at
https://xjobs.brassring.com/1033/asp/tg/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=^btjeZTClM/oITmCe8bi67T_slp_rhc_c1NqqR5fVhdLa
YCJOfMR97Ss9BjLkQQ==&jobId=861696&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5346&JobSiteInf
o=861696_5346&GQId=0. EOE (1/24)
** Openings at WGN-TV, Chicago: Assignment editor (Job #2010-16202) who will work with other news
management and videographers to create content for newscasts and Web sites; should be the first who knows what
is going on, must want to be first online with the news, must direct reporters and videographers to get stories and
must be able to resolve the hundreds of details and conflicts that get in the way; must get the point across to others.
Producers/editors (Job #15014) to work on a morning news/infotainment show like no other.; background with
delivery on the Internet, video-sharing, iPads, Droids, Blackberries, Bluetooth, Facebook and Twitters and all things
Modern Culture are a must. Tape/DVD and resume to the WGN-TV HR Dept., 2501 W. Bradley Pl., Chicago, IL
60618, fax (773) 528-1387 or apply online at www.tribjobs.com. EOE (1/23)
— Openings at Fox-owned WFLD-TV, Chicago: Morning executive producer with at least seven years experience,
including supervisory background, who will supervise 5-1/2 hours of morning news coverage; must approve scripts
and teases, edit copy and video on deadline, supervise staff, maintain overall editorial responsibility, approve and
watch expenses, do event planning, critique programs, evaluate and motivate staff, fill in as producer as needed,
crate content for the station Web site and all digital platforms, maintain a keen focus on strategies to increase viewer
loyalty and ratings and display superior creativity and organizational skills. Producer with 2-3 years experience who
can write scripts well, edit video creatively on desktop for all newscasts/Web sites/mobile platforms, coordinate all
aspects of live newscasts, work on deadline to produce stories, work with the EP to evaluate multiple sources of
information/graphics/pictures/guests and create newscasts that are compelling and relevant; may be required to
assist reporters and the assignment desk in researching subjects, booking guests and communicating with
videographers; Internet research, newsroom computer, iNews and Avid experience preferred. DVD/tape and resume
to the WFLD-TV HR Dept., 205 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60601, fax (312) 565-3066 or e-mail wfld-hr@foxtv.com.
EOE No calls. (1/24)
** Openings at WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH: Assistant news director (Job #2385). Anchor/reporter (Job #2935).
connect on-air with a sense of urgency, has strong news judgment and can perform community service activities.
Executive producer of special projects (Job #2950). Investigative producer (Job #3005). Producer (Job #3004). Assignment editor (Job #3076). Investigative reporter (Job #2125). Sports reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #2901). Apply online at www.scripps.apply2jobs.com. (1/22)
— Openings at WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Reporter/videographer (multimedia journalist – Job #3018). Planning editor (Job #2941). Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html. (1/24)
— Openings at WKRC-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Evening assignment editor with at least two years experience who can
develop stories, conduct research, dispatch crews and provide content for the station Web site. Reporter with at least
two years experience who thinks and acts quickly under pressure and is a great storyteller. Tape/DVD and resume
to the WKRC-TV business office, 1906 Highland Av., Cincinnati, OH 45219. (1/22)
— Openings at WXIX-TV,

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Cincinnati, OH: Writer/editor (see WXIX-TV news content producer openings under
“online.”) A 10 p.m. executive producer with at least four years producing experience who is an aggressive decision
maker in coverage, content, show direction, graphics and multi-platform journalism while maintaining brand
dominance; must have strong showcasing skills and the ability to implement a research-based action plan;
background with ENPS and Avid preferred. Morning reporter/videographer with at least two years experience who is
a creative writer, can shoot and post multiple stories daily, can publish to all platforms under tight deadlines, knows
newsroom computer systems and knows the difference between writing for television and the Web. Tape/DVD and
resume to Matt Miller, ND, WXIX-TV, 635 W. 7th St., Cincinnati, OH 45203. No calls. (1/22)

RADIO NETWORK/SYNDICATION:
** Indiana Public Broadcasting (Indianapolis, IN) seeks a full-time and a part-time statehouse reporter with 2-4
years state government field reporting experience who can cover state government news for member radio and
television stations; must have a strong knowledge of state government procedures, have the ability to work in tandem
with other IPBS reporters, and is a good communicator; video or Web experience a plus. Tape/DVD/CD and resume
to the State News Reporter search committee, 2501 E. Coliseum Blvd., Ft. Wayne, IN 46805-1562 or e-mail
rrhodes@ipbs.org. No calls. (1/24)

RADIO:
— WFIU/WTIU, Bloomington, IN news director/producer (see WTIU listing under “television).” (1/24)
** WGN (AM), Chicago seeks an on-air analyst for Chicago Cubs broadcasts; the ideal candidate will have played
major league baseball (Cubs preferred) with broadcast experience as an analyst. CD/tape/mp3 and resume to the
Cubs Game Analyst, WGN (AM), 435 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60611 or e-mail chanker@tribune.com. EOE
(1/23)
— WTMJ (AM), Milwaukee, WI seeks a reporter/anchor with at least one year experience who is a good writer, has
strong reporting and anchoring skills, is a problem solver, has high work ethics and production skills, has good new
judgment, can meet deadlines, is detail oriented, can read and decipher source material, can follow program logs,
knows computers and audio/video editing programs and has background with online content management systems
and social media; must be able to interact with on-air program hosts, generate story ideas, cultivate news sources
and function as a field producer for all stories assigned. CD and resume to Jon Byman, ND, WTMJ (AM), 720 E.
Capitol Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53212 or e-mail Jbyman@620wtmj.com. EOE (1/22)
— WFPL-FM, Louisville, KY seeks a news director who is a seasoned journalist and dynamic leader to develop and
nurture a major expansion of a news effort that commits WFPL to become the city’s top news source on radio over
the next five years; will lead and manage the planning, production and presentation of news over the air, online and
for other platforms and oversee the Arts and Humanities reporting initiative of the Ohio River Radio consortium, a
local journalism partnership devoted to environmental reporting throughout the Ohio Valley; will supervise the news
department staff, including freelance and fulltime staff, oversee training to equip the staff with multimedia skills, do
reporting and editing and do all news planning. Tape/CD/mp3, resume and references to Todd Mundt, VP/chief
content officer, WFPL/Louisville Public Media, 619 S. Fourth St., Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail
resume@louisvillepublicmedia.org. (1/10)

ONLINE:
— The Indianapolis (IN) Star seeks a part-time online producer with two years experience who will be responsible
for the weekend production of the paper’s Web site; key responsibilities are to assure the seamless and accurate
repurposing of news content from the print publication to online, work with reporters and editors on staff to update the
site with new and fresh content, and manage the homepage and other silos to assure that promotion to the most
important content is published in the appropriate locations; must know html and Photoshop, and have strong copy
editing and reporting skills. Apply online at http://www.jobpath.com/Jobs/Gannett/Online-Editor-Part-
Time/J8D2W76QQB5RFB547TG. (1/22)
— WXIN-TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks an evening interactive content producer (Job #2010-15914) who will generate stories and write for the station’s two-hour evening news block in addition to keeping station Web sites and social media platforms up-to-date; will write and generate content for Web sites, social media outlets and newscasts, so a
good understanding of social media is a must. Also a content manager. Tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to Latia McGraw, WXIN/WTTV HR Coord., 6910 Network Pl., Indianapolis, IN 46278.
** The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster, IN) seeks an online content specialist who has vision and passion, is
creative, has a general dissatisfaction with the status quo and won’t be satisfied till discovering where the end user
(reader) wants to find local news; some programming background is helpful. Apply online at http://nwi.com/timesjobs.
EOE (1/24)
— Openings at NBC-owned WMAQ-TV/Chicago: Online content producer (Job #1285082) with at least four years
experience who will produce content for the station’s Web site and other digital platforms and help lead broadcast
newsroom cooperation; must write several stories a day, help to manage a group of editors and contributors, pursue
enterprise Web features, produce all news sections of the Web site (including

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of stories from sources and help lead the newsroom’s social media strategy. Apply online at
www.nbcunicareers.com. EOE (1/22)
— WTTW-TV, Chicago seeks an interactive content producer who will coordinate and develop content for the
Chicago Tonight Web site, work with Chicago Tonight staff and producers with Web department staff to develop
interactive content and features, will develop and research original content, will report for the online version of
Chicago Tonight to include news stories, interactive features and analysis using a mix of traditional and new media
storytelling elements that include video, text, still photography, slideshows, Web 2.0 functionality and new
promotional strategies for social media platforms with the goal of growing and targeting audience. Resume to the
WTTW-TV HR Dept., 5400 N. St. Louis Av., Chicago, IL 60625, fax (773) 509-5309 or e-mail
jobs@networkchicago.com. No calls. EOE (1/22)
— Minnesota Public Radio (St. Paul, MN) seeks a Web producer (Job #158-11) for its Public Insight Network (PIN)
journalism project who will support the growth of PIN and PIN-partner newsrooms by designing new Web-based
interfaces for partner customization of PIN pages and applications, and help new partners prepare their online
materials when they launch PIN on their Web sites; must also expand multilingual (Spanish/English) support of PIN
software and online engagement tools, developing ideas independently and in collaboration with other team
members; must understand Javascript, various Ajax technologies, have journalism experience and fluency in Spanish
and English, Flash and news background. E-mail resume and letter of introduction to
careers@americanpublicmedia.org, with the appropriate subject line including the job number. (1/22)

JOURNALISM EDUCATION:
— Butler University (Indianapolis, IN) seeks a tenure-track assistant professor of journalism who has significant
professional experience and competencies in converged journalism, public affairs or investigative reporting; must
have a passion for the discipline and its role in a multicultural society as well as an enthusiasm for its future; will have
a 2/2 teaching load, advise student media and assist in the formation of a newly-established multimedia journalism
program, and develop a program of research or creative activity leading to publication. Master’s degree a must, while
a doctorate is preferred. Send letter of interest, resume/CV, all transcripts, evidence of quality teaching, samples of
research or creative activity and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Nancy Whitmore, associate professor and
director, Eugene S. Pulliam School of Journalism, 4600 Sunset Av., Indianapolis, IN 46208-3485. (1/17)
— Purdue University (W. Lafayette, IN) seeks a non-tenure track clinical assistant professor of video production
(Job #002405-2010) who will teach undergraduate digital video production courses, including the department’s Fast
Track newsmagazine show; emphasis is on teaching and service. Must have a master’s degree in a related field,
recent professional experience, working knowledge of pre-production/production/post-production processes and
writing TV news scripts or scripts for target-oriented videos; teaching experience at the university level is a plus.
Send resume/CV, work samples, letter of application and three letters of reference that address both experience in
digital production and teaching strengths to Jane Gibson Natt, mass communications search chair, Dept. of
Communication, Purdue University, 100 N. University St., BRNG2114, W. Lafayette, IN 47907-2908. EOE (1/17)
— Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) seeks a tenure-track assistant/associate professor of journalism/new media
(Job #037479) who will teach basic news writing courses grounded in new media technology, develop courses in the
candidate’s specialty, mentor graduate and undergraduate students, establish an active program of scholarship and
publishing in high-quality venues, contribute to the intellectual life of the department, provide appropriate professional
service, have clear evidence of the potential for establishing a national reputation, and experience with diverse
populations. Must have a completed doctorate’s degree by August 2011, significant professional experience in online
journalism and related areas; background with blogs, online publishing and social networking especially beneficial.
Apply online, including a letter of applications, full resume/CV, contact information for three references, writing
samples and a teaching portfolio that includes a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching
effectiveness, to https://jobs.wayne.edu; questions can be directed to Prof. Ben Burns, journalism search committee
chair, WSU Dept. of Communication, 585 Manoogian Hall, Detroit, MI 48201 or e-mail aa5200@wayne.edu. (1/23)

PUBLIC RELATIONS/PROMOTIONS:
— WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks a senior promotion producer (Job #070) who will play a lead role
producing/shooting/editing creative image promotion utilizing Adobe CS5 software and HD videography tools;
AfterEffects background a must. DVD/online links to samples, with resume, to Debbie Sand, HR Dept., WISE-TV,
Box 2121,Ft. Wayne, IN 46801 or e-mail debbies@incnow.tv. (1/15)
— The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (Chicago) seek a Web strategist with at least three years
Web content creation experience who will take responsibility for the Foundation’s strategic efforts to communicate
with the media, public and policymakers as part of a five-person team who handle media relations, electronic
communications, print publications, event planning and government relations, providing communications support and
advice to its program staff and grantees; must help continue to expand the Foundation’s strategic use of the Web and
social media for communicating with outside audiences with the goal of advancing MacArthur’s grant-making as well
as the work and impact of foundation grantees; should be a collaborative colleague who has an abundance of
creativity, energy, intelligence, humor and common sense and be able towork with the public affairs
team/programstaff/grantees. For more information or to apply online, visit www.macfound.org. EOE (1/10)
— CBS-owned WBBM-TV, Chicago seeks a promotions producer/editor (Job #7114BR) with at least five years
experience who will write, producer and edit on-air promos that include daily topicals/station/news image/syndicated
promotional spots; must have a track record of producing conversational yet compelling promotional spots that break
through the clutter and provide clear reasons for viewers to tune-in; must understand how to sell news stories and
station programming to target demographics and be able to execute distinct marketing and branding strategies,
including a familiarity with social media sites, graphics, visual effects and FinalCut Pro; background with Motion,
AfterEffects and Photoshop is a plus. Apply online at
https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?Agent=1&jobid=204321&ClientId=25084&PartnerId=250
84&SiteId=5128&JobSiteId=5128&Language=1&JobReqLang=1&JobSiteInfo=85310_5128. EOE (1/15)
— ABC-owned WRDZ (AM), Chicago seeks a promotions coordinator who will assist the promotions manager in
the planning, staffing, coordination and execution of local Radio Disney events from conception to completion,
including supervision and the ability to act as the on-site, on-microphone host of events when needed, leading crowds
in high-energy performance environments with games, dances and other targeted activities, while also handling
listener prize fulfillment; must organize, maintain and inventory the prize closet; must have experience hosting or
performing at family-oriented events, be comfortable performing in front of large crowds and be able to lead and
direct large numbers of part-time employees. Apply online at
https://disney.recruitmax.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=274186. EOE (1/15)
— Fox-owned WFLD-TV, Chicago seeks a promotions producer with at least three years experience who can write,
produce and edit on-air news topicals, proof of performance spots,

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news, syndicated programming and station image
campaigns; must truly love language, be proficient in non-linear editing, have an ability to generate ideas and
implement them, knows pop culture and marketing trends and have a understanding of the absolute importance of
refining and supporting the brand. DVD/tape and resume to the WFLD-TV HR Dept., 205 N. Michigan Av., Chicago,
IL 60601, fax (312) 565-3066 or e-mail wfld-hr@foxtv.com. No calls. EOE (1/24)
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bureau coordinator (Job #16473) who will be
responsible for supporting the day-to-day activities of the bureau, working with department staff and reporting to the
director of the bureau; must gather information and issue the department’s daily news digest, handle speaker
requests, provide research on PR opportunities as directed, work collaboratively with the office’s Web content
administrator and digital media specialist to support multimedia projects, arrange for press release distribution, post
releases to the online DePaul Newsroom, create reports as required, maintain an online experts guide and speakers
bureau, pitch media stories, provide traditional and social media monitoring support, generate department reports,
utilize experience with databases/Web applications/Microsoft Office Suite and be comfortable working in a fast-paced
office setting on a 7 a.m.-3 p.m. shift, with weekend and evening hours as needed. Apply online at www.depaul.edu
and select “employment” in order to submit a resume and letter of application online, referencing the job number.
EOE (1/24)
** Northern Illinois University (DeKalb, IL) seeks an assistant director for marketing and public relations with at
least three years experience who will be responsible for directing and implementing Housing/Dining marketing
strategies and promotional activities, establishing and coordinating marketing plans, overseeing department
publications, developing strategies for the recruitment and retention of student residents, supervising the department
marketing team, displaying strong knowledge of communication management, displaying an ability to develop
publications and advertising materials, demonstrating experience working with graphic design standards and media
on multiple platforms, utilizing skills in conducting market research and survey development, implementing focus
groups, assessing programs and services and displaying the ability to coordinate and facilitate multiple projects
independently and with minimal supervision. Master’s degree in marketing/student personnel/higher education
administration/hospitality management/communications or related field desired. Send letter of applications,
resume/CV and contact information for at least three references to the assistant director of marketing and public
relations search committee, c/o Wendy Rodriguez, NIU Housing and Dining, DeKalb, IL 60115, call (815) 753-9651,
fax (815) 753-9683 or e-mail wrodriguez@niu.edu. EOE (1/19)

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