Job Openings At 17

These job postings were seen online:

WPHL TV has an opening for a News Producer for an upcoming morning news program.

The News Producer will manage newscast staff, while preparing, producing, writing and crafting a fast-paced morning show. Provides back-up to the host as needed.

The successful candidate will demonstrate news production and content development experience with an ability to write, edit, prioritize and stack a news program.

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 WPHL TV has an opening for a Host/Writer-Producer for an upcoming morning news program.

The Host/Writer-Producer will deliver news segments for an on-air morning show and will work with the news producer to develop content.

The successful candidate will have the ability to produce and edit on-air and web news stories and segments. We seek a versatile, dynamic on-air personality coupled with a track record or evidence of an ability to thrive in a multi-dimensional role.

Does this mean there will be a new newscast on Channel 17?

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5 responses to “Job Openings At 17

  1. How about Hugh as sorts director?

  2. Robert //CityWide Weather

    I’m going to keep my eyes pealed about this one! Although, I don’t see why they don’t just have employees from WCAU-DT run the broadcast….that’s what they do for other programming on MyPHL 17.

  3. As usual our young friend, Robert City Weather has hit the nail on the head.

    Why pay someone when a NBC10 type can fill this role

  4. Wish there was a job opening for the phillies telecast! How come they have to producers for the game and only one PBP man? Tmac is killing me…….just put someone else in for a couple of innings to break it up. Too much tmac. ugh!

  5. You don’t like SCREEEEEEMIN TMAC?
    You don’t like the constant shilling about the beautiful Citizens Bank park and the always brilliant Ruben and Charlie? You don’t like shouting for 9 innings? It goes on EVERY STEP OF THE WAY!!!!!!!!!!!

    If only the radio coverage would be broadcast in real time instead of with the time delay 1210 uses for call-in shows. It’s been a year or so since I tried it, but it didn’t work hearing about the plays long after we’d seen them live on TV.

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