Title: Web Producer (Full Time)
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- Aggressively manage and publish updated news stories, video segments and photo slideshows, concentrating on developing stories and breaking news.
- Stay on top of industry trends to innovate and grow audiences on WCCO’s various platforms.
- Monitor daily news continuously, using wires and other news sources to write content for WCCO.com.
- Generate story ideas and digital elements that complement and enhance news on WCCO-TV.
- Track web traffic and monitor social analytics for research and content purposes.
- Manage school closing and weather alert systems on the Internet and on the air, along with the WCCO app’s push alert system.
- Contribute to CBSN Minnesota, WCCO’s live streaming network, with responsibilities including but not limited to: overseeing content, building show rundowns and segments, coding/stacking video content, and other duties as assigned.
- Engage and share WCCO’s messages in the social media space, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others.
- Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications, English or other related field.
- Experience working on a media website or within a media organization.
- Candidate must be results-oriented, innovative and must demonstrate leadership and teamwork.
- Must have strong organizational and communication skills and be well-versed in AP Style.
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- Basic understanding of HTML and other computer programming languages preferred.
- Understanding of SEO practices.
- Experience with non-linear editing platforms (Final Cut, Adobe Premiere, Stratus) preferred.
- History of working in a fast-paced media environment.
- Familiar with social media best practices.
- Experience creating and building broadcast rundowns; familiarity with iNews.
ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED
Click here to apply online.
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