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WIBW has been the News Leader in Northeast Kansas for more than 60 years and has a long tradition of excellence. A CBS affiliate, WIBW is located in Topeka, the Capital city of Kansas. Along with consistently high news ratings, we have the #1 website in the market and deliver strong results to our advertisers. Our market is often driven by weather, dating back to the devastating tornado that struck Topeka in 1966. In addition, we are situated between two Big 12 schools, and a short drive away from the Kansas City professional teams. WIBW-TV was the first television station in NE Kansas and continues to produce the best in news, weather, and sports reporting today.
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#1 station recruiting part-time producers for Saturday/Sunday newscasts. One person doing both days or 2 doing one day each. Must be organized person who is a good writer and video editor, also able to input web and social media. Excellent opportunity for someone who wants to be a television news producer.
Writing, stacking newscasts, editing video, making beat calls.
Required Skills & Experience
Degree in journalism or college student working toward degree.
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