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Job Alert – Assistant Creative Services Director for Television Burning desire to WIN? Polished promo reel? Hearst Television, one of the premier broadcast companies in the country has an opening for Assistant Creative Services Director at KHBS/KHOG-TV, ABC 40/29 in Fort Smith/Fayetteville, AR. Ideal candidate will be skilled at branding, marketing and promotion in today’s and tomorrow’s multi-platform visual communications.
We are hunting for a highly competitive promotion producer with the desire to develop and execute great ideas. This is not an entry level position. From news image to digital platform branding and everything in between, experienced applicants will need to show us they’re skilled at writing, shooting, design and editing of original marketing.
Situated among the Ozark Mountains, the Fort Smith/Fayetteville, Arkansas area is surrounded by the natural beauty of the great outdoors. Work-life harmony also includes cool lakes and rivers, a world-renowned art museum, state of the art performing arts centers, rich American history and a vibrant nightlife.
We like to have fun and we have a lot to advance. If you are motivated to succeed and ready to take your life’s work to new levels then Arkansas will be a “Natural” fit for you. This position is based out of our location in Rogers, Arkansas. Please forward your résumé and a demo reel/link of your work to: Ken Bauer Creative Services Director KHBS/KHOG-TV 2809 Ajax Avenue, Suite 200 Rogers, AR 72758 email@example.com
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