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ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

KDFW/FOX4

Job Posting
Sep. 13, 2018

 Responsibilities include writing stories and teases, editing video and creating graphics and supers for FOX4news.com, social channels and associated news partners.  The position works closely with Producers to help develop and format newscasts and communicates continuously with Reporters, Photographers, the Assignment Desk, Managers and other applicable employees or outside sources regarding story developments and changes.  Must possess the ability to write stories and post video for social media platforms in coordination with Producers and Managers. Facilitate communication during newscasts regarding live shots and story development. Associate Producers must have the ability to overcome anticipated and unexpected changes when putting together newscasts.

Bachelor's degree in Journalism or related field required. 2 to 3 years’ experience as a TV Newscast Associate Producer in a small to medium to major television market required. Ideal candidate must be able to work under tight deadlines and have the ability to communicate clearly and concisely. Strong written skills required. Strong knowledge of legal and ethical parameters for mass media is essential. Strong working knowledge of the technical aspects of television news production required, including digital and web-based newsgathering tools. Ideal candidate must be able to use newsroom video computer systems, editing, and graphics programs. https://21cf.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/FOXTVST_Central/job/Dallas-Texas-USA/News-AssociateProducer_R10005092-2
 

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