Traffic Editor 1010 Wins & Wcbs 880
AudacyNew York, NY
Part Time Job
Traffic Editor 1010 WINS & WCBS 880 (part time)
Audacy New York is looking for a dynamic and talented professional to join our in-hours traffic content team. This individual will work as a part time traffic editor/producer for WCBS 880 and 1010 WINS.
What You'll Do:
Traffic Editor/Producer Duties include:
• Gather, write and select traffic stories to run in radio traffic reports, over air, on line, and on social media platforms.
• Supervise all traffic operations assets in the production, writing, and presentation of traffic reports and digital content.
• Must plan and prepare for upcoming traffic coverage for planned traffic events as well as unplanned traffic events.
More About You:
The ideal candidate must demonstrate the ability to multi-task a variety of inbound traffic resources to assemble data that shall be used within traffic reports and other platforms.
• A minimum of 2 years newsroom experience is required.
• Knowledge of the broadcast area geography and transportation systems is essential.
• Must have proficiency with basic computer programs, managing and monitoring traffic/news systems, and a desire to learn new technologies.
Pursuant to NYC's Vaccination Workplace Requirement, employers may not allow any unvaccinated workers to work at their workplace. Therefore, we require all incoming employees who will be working in our New York City offices to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. If hired, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination, which will be kept confidential. If you are not vaccinated, or partially vaccinated currently, but willing to become fully vaccinated, we invite you to still apply.
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