Digital Content Producer

KSFY News is looking for a digital content producer for its web and social media platforms. This position is responsible for content for the station website, mobile platforms and social media.

The web producer creates content (copy, video and/or pictures) for all digital platforms while communicating with newsroom staff, including reporters, photographers, producers and the assignment manager.

Excellent written and oral communication skills are a must. Solid news judgment and ability to multi-task is essential. You should be calm under pressure. The ideal candidate would be social media and tech savvy.

In addition, this person will fill in as a newscast producer as needed. The producer creates the newscast rundown, writes stories, builds graphics, coordinates with field crews, and communicates with all involved. This position provides editorial and production direction regarding content, coordination and newscast execution.

You must be a team player with a great attitude and be available to work various schedules as needed.

Bachelors Degree in Communications, Journalism, or related field of study required. At least one year of newsroom experience is preferred, but we will train the right candidate.

This position reports directly to the news director.

To apply, go to: www.gray.tv/applynow

If you don’t have electronic access, please mail your resume and video samples of your work to:

Kevin King
News Director
KSFY News
325 S. 1st Avenue, Suite 100
Sioux Falls, SD 57104 Or email material to kevin.king@ksfy.com

No phone calls please

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