Sports Anchor/MMJ, Sioux City, IA

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Sports Anchor/MMJ, Sioux City, IA

#1 Post by Jon Chelesnik » Wed Aug 25, 2021 10:58 am

CBS 14/FOX 44 in Sioux City, IA is accepting applications for a Sports Anchor/MMJ.

Our Sports Anchor is a leader who participates in the planning of our shows and produces content regularly.

Our winning candidate will be someone who embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience. Collaboration is a big part of this role!

This position will report 2-3 days during the week in news. Your responsibilities as an MMJ will include reporting, shooting and editing news stories, enterprising story ideas, developing contacts, as well as other responsibilities as assigned. You will be expected to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet, social networking sites and mobile phones, in addition to television.

Experience with Live-U and AVID is a plus.

Please indicate in your cover letter you learned of this opportunity through Sportscasters Talent Agency of America.

Apply online

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Re: Sports Anchor/MMJ, Sioux City, IA

#2 Post by Jon Chelesnik » Thu Aug 26, 2021 9:35 am

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Re: Sports Anchor/MMJ, Sioux City, IA

#3 Post by Jon Chelesnik » Thu Aug 26, 2021 9:36 am

The KTIV sports team includes:

Director is Owen Siebring (U. of Northern Iowa).

Anchor/Reporter Andrew Rogers (Lindenwood U). He's been at the station two years.

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