WHAT THEY DO: An account executive sells advertising time and works closely with businesses to help them market themselves to listeners or viewers. An account executive develops working relationships with local business leaders and with local advertising agencies and client representatives.
REQUIREMENT: Most account executives come to broadcasting with sales experience. Selling advertising on radio and television is a little different, but if you've got sales experience, this could be a good job for you!
WHAT THEY DO: News anchors are the most visible members of the news staff. These are the people that appear as the "up front" personalities on local newscasts. Ideally, the news anchor is a complete journalist, familiar with reporting, on-scene live coverage and skilled at writing, and in some cases, producing news packages.
REQUIREMENTS: While a degree in Mass Communications may not be specifically required to get your foot in the door at a station, a degree in broadcast journalism with serve you well to move toward an anchor position. You MUST have excellent written and verbal communications skills.
WHAT THEY DO: The news director supervises the news department. An effective ND must understand budgeting, personnel management and the technical aspects of broadcasting. In addition to having a firm understanding of the community service role of broadcast journalism, he or she must also have solid news judgment - the ability to determine which stories are most informative and of the greatest value to the local broadcast consumer.
REQUIREMENTS: This is not an entry-level position and requires a good deal of experience, knowledge and education.
Available in Manchester
Available in Concord
Based in the brand new NH1 Media Center in Concord, NH1 is looking for an enthusiastic and engaged Associate Producer. This individual is responsible for assisting televi...