JOB OPENING: Anchor/Producer
KWQC-TV6 is a dominant NBC affiliate, serving Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois as the Quad Cities’ #1 station for news, information and entertainment programming. KWQC-TV6 has the most experienced team in the market. They strive to keep their viewers safe and informed while guiding them through the ever-evolving digital world. The Quad Cities area is located right on the Mississippi River just 2.5 hours from Chicago, 2 from Des Moines, 4 from St. Louis and 5.5 from Minneapolis/St. Paul.
JOB DESCRIPTION: KWQC-TV6 is looking for a newsroom leader – someone who will either lead in producing his/her own newscasts or be highly involved in script writing and story assignments with reporters, all while keeping digital posting top of mind. This anchor/producer will lead the charge in thinking outside of the box in story treatments, digital engagement, and in pursuing the big stories of the day. He/she would also be expected to pursue stories on a regular basis that fall in line with our station’s mission. Finally, this anchor must already have skills in commanding an anchor desk during a breaking news event to being sometimes field anchoring for a hard news story or a community event.
QUALIFICATIONS: The qualified applicant will already have some experience in anchoring on a regular basis, along with recent experience in reporting and/or producing. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to lift and/or carry and manage news photography and lighting equipment. You are also frequently exposed to outside conditions.
Qualified applicants can apply at www.gray.tv/applynow.
EOE M/F/D/V ~ Drug screen required.
KWQC-TV6 is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in the hiring, training, or promotion of employees by reasons of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, physical or mental handicap, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, national origin, or age.
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