From April through December of last year, TVNewsCheck offered discounted pricing to support employers coping with the global coronavirus pandemic. TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center classified ad section returns to its regular pricing today, Jan. 4.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a digital sales manager for a TV and newspaper combo and a broadcast television transmitter technician.
Local TV is a billion dollar business. Broadcast companies spend that much to acquire other broadcast companies and manage billions of dollars in yearly revenue. But I wondered, for all those billions of dollars, what would just $100 buy the average TV station?
“We get very good applicants from your ads. Yours tend to bring people that are actually qualified to work in the TV business. Your ads are always top notch and we always get our money’s worth.”
TVNewsCheck is offering a special rate during May for its classified job ads— two weeks for $99. Your ad will still feature videos and pictures of your station or market and be included in Market Share Monday, a weekly column by Paul Greeley.
Your ad on TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center just got more compelling because it can now be more than just words. It can be a multimedia experience complete with pictures and videos.
New jobs posted in TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings in sales, digital content, news production and facilities management from companies including Tegna, Meredith and the Buckeye CableSystem Sports Network. Openings are in New York, San Francisco, Phoenix and Toledo, Ohio.
TVNewsCheck’s Market Share blogger Paul Greeley is adding oversight of the site’s classified ad platform, Media Job Center. In addition to administering the site, the position includes oversight of sales and marketing for TVNewsCheck’s classified ads.