Part-time Associate Producer - News Department

Published On: Dec 19 2012 08:07:56 PM EST   Updated On: Aug 25 2015 12:58:56 PM EDT

Responsibilities: If you're looking to get your foot in the door at one of the best and most respected television newsrooms, this is where you need to go. Opportunity is knocking. WDIV/Local 4 is looking for Associate Producers who will work closely, and side-by-side with our award winning producers, to create some of the best newscasts you'll ever see. Our newscasts win Edward R. Murrow, and Emmy awards. Our shows are packed with breaking news, creative production tools, and talent who have the experience to learn from. We grow our Associate Producers into Producers, Reporters and Managers. Most of our current producing staff started out as Associate Producers in our newsroom. This is truly an opportunity to work in a large market and learn from some of the best in the business. Detroit is one of the best markets for news you will find. You would be hard pressed to find a better news town.

Qualifications: Previous TV news writing experience preferred. Must have excellent communication skills and ability to multi-task in a fast paced news environment. Must be able to edit, and contribute to our award winning website. A journalism degree is preferred. A liberal arts degree is also acceptable.


Contact Information:

Name or Department: Matt Morawski, Executive Producer

Address: 550 West Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, Michigan 48226



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