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OVERVIEW & RESPONSIBILITIES: CBS13 and CW31 (Good Day) has an opening for a morning show Producer. Good Day isn't like the other shows out there.

 

The Associate Producer for CBS Television Stations will assist in the preparation and production of CBS13 and CW31 Newscasts.

 

Sacramento television station is seeking an upbeat, friendly, and skilled IT specialist to join the ViacomCBS team.

 

The Vice President/General Manager of KOVR/KMAX Sacramento will be responsible for leading the stations in the Sacramento market and handling the strategies and teams that drive audience and growth.

 

CBS13/CW31 the CBS owned and operated duopoly in West Sacramento has an immediate opening for a full-time news photographer/editor to work on CBS 13 and CW 31.

 

CBS13 has an opening for a creative Investigative Producer. Candidate will work sources, find stories, analyze data, file Public Records Act requests and FOIAs, and know how to visually produce compelling stories.

 

The Associate Digital Line Producer (ADLP) will work with the Digital Line Producers (DLPs) and the control room teams handling and optimizing live and on demand video content for mobile, desktop and OTT platforms.

 

KOVR/KMAX is seeking an experienced multi dynamic journalist to join our fast-paced news team as a Full-Time Digital Content Producer.

 

Candidates should have a working knowledge of the XDCAM EX camera and GRASS VALLEY EDIUS editing systems. Candidates should have working knowledge of live trucks, bonded cellular packs and be able to travel at a moment's notice. We are looking for storytellers and team players. You must be a very creative and have a passion for the business.

 

The Sports Anchor will also be available to make personal appearances to promote the station.

 

CBS Sacramento is seeking a full-time multimedia journalist. We are seeking someone who has shown and demonstrated ability to comfortably, expertly & conversationally communicate with interviewees and viewers.

 
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