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Employment Opportunities

By KTVA CBS 11 News 4:27 PM May 1, 2014

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS:

 

News Reporter

Purpose of Position: Gather information, write news copy, and deliver information for broadcast and on-line platforms in a professional, compelling, creative, and balanced manner, consistent with the goals and guidelines of Denali Media.

Send resume to janis@ktva.com

 

News Producer

Purpose of Position: Produce compelling, balanced, creative and informative newscasts for Denali Media. Prioritize, organize and produce rundowns for newscasts in accordance with the station’s goals and guidelines for journalistically superior news programs. Must maintain working knowledge of current events, including local, national and international. Must attend editorial meetings and contribute story ideas and guidance.

Send resume to janis@ktva.com

 

Associate News Producer

Purpose of Position:  Participate in the production of compelling, balanced, creative, informative newscasts and edit newscast video for Denali Media. Prioritize, organize and produce rundowns for newscasts in accordance with the station’s goals and guidelines for journalistically superior news programs.

Send resume to janis@ktva.com

 

Web Editor/Reporter

Purpose of Position: Gather information and generate original content for KTVA.com. Copy edit news stories from reporters and post to KTVA.com in a professional, compelling, creative and balanced manner, consistent with the goals and guidelines of Denali Media. Maintain a vibrant, informative and conversant social media presence on KTVA’s social media platforms.

Send resume to jsear@ktva.com

 

Master Control Operator

Purpose of Position: Master Control Operators are responsible for monitoring the quality and accuracy of the on-air product. They ensure signal transmission meets government regulations which include both technical ones (such as those against audio over-modulation and dead air), as well as content ones (such as indecency and station identification). They troubleshoot equipment malfunctions, and prepare programming for future playback.

Send resume to davidd@gci.com

 

 

Denali Media Anchorage, Corp. / KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

In accordance with the FCC’s EEO regulations, any organization that distributes information about employment opportunities to job seekers or refers job seekers to employers may request that it be provided notice of KTVA-TV job vacancies as they occur.

If your organization would like to be notified of such vacancies, please contact our Assistant General Manager at KTVA-TV, 1001 Northway Drive, Suite 202  Anchorage AK  99508, or email to jbever@denalimediaalaska.com. Each organization that wishes to be given notice of job vacancies must provide its name, mailing address, e-mail address (if applicable), telephone number, and contact person, and identify the category or categories of vacancies of which it requests notice. (An organization may request notice of all vacancies).

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