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Producer’s primary responsibilities are to produce, organize and coordinate all elements involved in creating and producing a fast paced newscast in Houston #4 Spanish DMA/# 7 General Market. This individual will work closely with the Executive Producer, Assignment Editors, Reporters and Anchors. Producer will follow stations news philosophy of Breaking News, Breaking Weather, and Responde (Consumer investigative). Ability to write, edit, produce and gather content under heavy deadline pressure, without compromising accuracy or credibility. You must be willing to react to breaking news, change your rundown accordingly, contribute story ideas daily, create graphics, assign & edit news-copy, produce other newscasts & specials as needed. Must be willing to work long hours during breaking news if required.
A Degree in Broadcasting, Journalism or related field
A minimum of 3 years’ experience writing in a broadcast or cable news environment
Spanish language proficiency (reading and writing)
Must possess strong Spanish news writing skills
Able to work a Flexible Schedule and shifts
Must be willing to work at the station in Houston, Texas #4 Spanish DMA
Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
Must be 18 years or older
Must be willing to submit to a background investigation
Must have a valid Driver’s License
Knowledge and understanding of various media platforms, including broadcast, web, and mobile.
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