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Production Assistant

Would you like to start your career at an award-winning television station? What we do at KGWN matters, perhaps more than it ever has before. Our employees contribute to that success on a daily basis. A dedicated group of experienced veterans and young professionals work hard morning, noon and night

MMJ/Reporter – KCWY

When you think of your first real job in broadcasting you may have imagined a big town or small , a place close to far away from home, but if you are smart you think of a place you can hone your craft, a place where you will be given

Managers/Account Executives

Appaloosa Broadcasting is currently looking to fill sales openings in multiple markets.  In addition, we are looking for a Manager for our cluster in Cody, WY.

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SALES

The people responsible for producing all advertising revenues for a station, the sales department must understand the business climate in the community and must have a strong knowledge of the interests of the station audience. Some stations have multiple levels of sales personnel or Account Executives who specialize in National, Regional and Local sales.

CREATIVE

The promotions department promotes the station's image, programs and activities. They conceive and execute a variety of written and taped station promotional spots, secure station advertising in other media, and in conjunction with the sales department, develop ways to keep broadcast consumers and advertisers current, and to attract new ones.

NEWSROOM

From News Directors to reporters, to writers, the key "front-line" people in the news department must be excellent writers, capable of working quickly and accurately to sum up the key elements of a news story and make it understandable and relevant to the audience. In today's new media, reporters must be able to write to all digital media, including social networks.

MANAGEMENT | ADMINISTRATION

It takes a lot of people behind the scenes to operate a broadcast station. Operations managers are key players at any station. They ensure a business runs efficiently and in compliance with all pertinent rules and regulations. The General Manager is the person responsible for the overall operation of a station's business model, including long-range planning, budgets and personnel.

ENGINEERING

The staff of the Engineering department keeps the station on the air and the station’s physical property in good shape. The engineering department maintains the engineering and technical integrity of the station or station cluster and is familiar with transmitters, combiners and antenna systems. Engineers also manage large-scale projects such as studio builds or transmitter installations, and even have expertise in computer and telephone systems as well.

ON AIR

Announcers are a radio station's "voice" and are often the people with whom the public identifies. This person introduces programs and music, reads commercial copy and public service announcements, and is involved in the overall public presentation of the station. At smaller stations, many announcer positions are part-time and duties overlap into other areas.

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