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Need to hire in a challenging economic environment?
Tired of unqualified applicants?
Focus your search on TVNewsCheck’s MediaJobCenter, where employers reach more than 10,000 media executives, managers and professionals each day.
Jobs appear on TVNewsCheck’s home page and virtually every other page on the site. They also appear on 13 newsletters — TVNewsCheck AM/PM + Marketing Monday + Newsroom Tuesday + Tech Thursday — each week.
Plus: Jobs are promoted on social media and in Market Share Monday, a story about new jobs posted and the cities where they are available.
MediaJobCenter pageviews increased 10% in 2022, as more than 35,000 applicants viewed ads, spending an average of 2.5 minutes per ad.
Find highly qualified talent in management, finance, sales, news, technology, programming, digital or marketing & promotion.
Two Weeks: $249
Four Weeks: $349
Triple Play Rate
Do you have more than one opening at a single location? Buy a four-week posting and put up to three jobs in a single post. That’s $349 to post three jobs for four weeks.
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