careers in Broadcasting in New Hampshire and Massachusetts

There're plenty of opportunities in front and  behind the mic.


WHAT THEY DO: This person develops and organizes local programs and is responsible for scripting, story development, booking of guests and overseeing field production and editing.

REQUIREMENTS: Organizational skills and the ability to multi-task are essential for any TV producer.


WHAT THEY DO: This position is responsible for all of the details required in the actual production of local programming. The production manager supervised producers, directors, floor directors and stage managers.

REQUIREMENTS:Anyone in production must have excellent organizational skills. The production director must understand the nature of broadcasting and bring new ideas to work every day.


WHAT THEY DO: The key "front-line" people in the news department are the beat reporters. They are on-the-scene at every kind of event, and larger organizations may compartmentalize assignments, such as health reporter, education reporter, entertainment reporter, etc.

Local news reporters 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.

REQUIREMENTS: Often reporters can enter smaller markets before they have completed their degree in broadcast journalism. Nonetheless, a college degree will be necessary to move onto larger markets and more responsibility.



Available in Manchester
WMUR is looking for a high-energy anchor who knows how to tell visual stories and can do active, engaged live shots. In addition to credibility, poise, and personality; we’re lookin...

Brand Manager/Morning Host

Available in Manchester
Saga Communications is looking for a Brand Manager/Morning host for Classic Hits 96.5 The MILL in Manchester, NH....