NAOMI BULOCHNIKOV started off her week with a new gig…Director of Media Relations for Sony Pictures Television’s Crackle. Her desk is now in Culver City and she’s thrilled to kick off a new chapter. The Hofstra-educated lady has also done publicity and media relations for MTV Networks and Al Jazeera America. Well Dunne! Naomi.
Job Alert – Marketing Manager-Entertainment Turner Broadcasting Atlanta Job 139062BR
Job Alert – WJXT, The Local Station has an immediate opening for a Promotion Producer. We’re looking for a talented producer to help market the #1 Local News Station in Jacksonville. We specialize in creating compelling topical, image campaigns, and commercials; and so should you! Our ideal candidate is a savvy broadcast copywriter and skilled editor, with a keen eye for visuals and graphics. This is an excellent opportunity to join a first-class station while living in a fun and affordable city.
Responsibilities: Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Qualifications: One to Two years of local television promotion experience preferred. Candidate needs a strong knowledge of marketing, non-linear editing and writing. Expertise in shooting DSLR shooting a plus. A positive, team-first attitude is absolutely essential. Computer skills required, including knowledge of internet, social media and any other viral marketing applications.
Comments: NOTE: All of the essential functions of this position are not necessarily described in this posting. WJXT is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, matriculation or political affiliation. Any offer of employment is conditional on successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen, investigative background check, employment/education verifications and reference checks.
Send resume to: Sherry Carpenter, Creative Services Director, WJXT-TV, 4 Broadcast Place, Jacksonville, Fl 32207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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