FREELANCE WRITER/REPORTER WANTED
Do you have a passion for telling stories about individuals and sports media brands? Have you written pieces and demonstrated an ability to thoroughly research stories and present information in a compelling and informative way? If that sounds like you, and you’re looking for a flexible opportunity to expand your profile, pad your resume, and have some fun, then we should talk.
Interested contributors should submit a resume and writing samples to JBarrett@sportsradiopd.com.
Serious applicants only please!
EVENING HOSTING OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE IN CLEVELAND
92.3 The Fan is looking for a full-time sports talk show host to work evenings (and weekends during the football season) that understands Cleveland and that can contribute weekly columns to its website, 923TheFan.com.
Candidates should have at least 2 years experience in a top 60 market, or equivalent experience in a related sports profession. Interested individuals should be personalities who can bring a fan’s perspective including opinions and views about all of the teams in the Cleveland market.
To apply for the position, click here.
MORNING SHOW PRODUCER NEEDED IN ST. LOUIS
101 ESPN in St. Louis is looking for a new morning show producer. You must be active in all aspects of creating a radio show, including writing, editing and producing creative and compelling content, identifying and arranging for guest talent, leading and coordinating staff and production resources, operating control booth, as well as develop the content for online and mobile platforms. Must be able to follow show strategy.
For consideration, apply thru the company’s website by clicking here.
DIGITAL DIRECTOR NEEDED IN CHARLOTTE
Entercom Charlotte is looking for a Director of Digital Programming with vision to take its stations to the next level of entertainment and audience interaction. Among the brands you’ll have digital oversight of include sports station WFNZ and News/Talk WBT which serves as the flagship station for the Carolina Panthers and University of North Carolina Tar Heels.
Interested candidates should exhibit a drive, willingness, and passion to perform any digital task that will get the brand’s messages to the audience, as well as an ability to manage and motivate an equally dedicated team of employees to do the same.
The Director of Digital Programming will be responsible for and oversee the creation, execution and marketing of content and promotions for all Entercom Charlotte stations across all digital platforms- including but not limited to- all social media efforts, websites, podcasts, text campaigns, email campaigns, internet radio streams, audio-on-demand, E-Commerce and applications.
To apply for the position click here.