Job Description: Content Producer - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Job Description: Content Producer

Job Description: Content Producer

Status: Full-Time, Hourly

Rate: TBA

Description:

  • The Content Producer will be responsible for producing and distributing content elements across the many media platforms owned and/or operated by KHQ-TV LLC.   These include but are not limited to:  KHQ, KAYU, KFFX, KCYU newscasts, SWX-TV, KHQ.com, SWXRightNow.com

Objectives:

  • To produce, organize, write, edit content for nightly newscast
  • To produce, organize, write, edit content for KHQ.com and SWXRightNow.com
  • Continue to grow ratings and locally produced product of KHQ-TV, LLC. as  assigned by management
  • Work with other managers, anchors, producers, reporters, photojournalists, and editors to execute content on multiple media platforms managed by KHQ-TV, LLC.
  • To shoot and edit video content for multiple media platforms managed by KHQ-TV, LLC.

Requirements:

  • Good organizational and people skills and ability to work in a team environment
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks at one time, and meet strict deadlines
  • Understanding and operation Associated Press ENPS electronic news gathering system or similar news system
  • Understanding and operation of the web browsers including but not limited to: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari
  • Non-linear editing experience preferred

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Arts or Science in Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Communications, Political Science or related field preferred.
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