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WIVB/WNLO Executive Producer in Buffalo, New York

It's fun to work in a company where people believe in what they do! WIVB-TV is stationed between historic downtown Buffalo and beautiful Niagara Falls. To those who are unfamiliar with Western New York, Buffalo may just be another “rising” city. But to all of us at WIVB-TV, we know it’s much more than just chicken wings and beef on weck. It’s the City of Good Neighbors, the Queen City, or simply - home. Looking for stuff to do? Well, we’ve got tons. Check it out right here! From the ever-growing Waterfront development, the changing seasons, wine country, and pro sports (with passionate fans like you’ve never seen before) and the flavorful food, it’s pretty tough to beat the unique, local feel! We’re a big city without big city congestion. Be a part of a welcoming community, a great place to live life with plenty of room to grow. Our brand is LOCAL and we live it every day with local news coverage by our enthusiastic news team. We offer factual news and locally produced programming with market-wide digital delivery on https://www.wivb.com The Executive Producer supervises news content across all media platforms and line produces at least one hour of a live newscast. • Responsible for evaluating stories; organizing them into a cohesive sequence within a newscast or digital content for the web • Define strategic direction for content coverage to meet business and financial objectives • Manage news room, contribute to the editorial process and make solid decisions in breaking news situations • Execute strategies that engage and grow audiences across all media devices • Responsible for successful marketing of projects and adherence to budget Requirements & Skills: • Bachelor's Degree in Communications, TV/film or the equivalent • At least 5 years’ experience in television or radio broadcast/production • Must be able to interact well with video journalists, anchors, videographers, news managers, production and engineering staff • Detail oriented • Excellent verbal, written, and analytical skills • Strong news judgment, journalistic integrity and understanding of viewer needs and expectations • Utilize state-of-the-art television technology

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