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Nickelodeon Seeks Pop Culture-Loving Director of Talent

Nickelodeon is on the hunt for a director of talent to manage all day-to-day activities, including booking requests, talent relations, etc. If you have a passion for TV, pop culture and people, this is the perfect job for you.

Naturally, if you’ve been booking for a while, you know what the deal is. Here, you’ll be providing on-site management of east coast shoots for Nick Cannon, Degrassi: The Next Generation, Gigantic, House of Annubis, the NY Studio and Nick at Nite. You’ll be the point person for all talent needs when it comes to collaborating with EICs, marketing, press and production. If you’re good at your job, you’ll have no problem maintaining relationships with Nick talent, their guardians and management, and be more than happy to attend industry functions for the brand. Read more

CNN Seeks ‘Trusted’ Line Producer

You don’t become “America’s most trusted news source” without great employees. Now, CNN is looking for a line producer to help create compelling in-depth newscasts from its Atlanta office.

If hired, you’ll be preparing the daily rundown of news stories while overseeing and executing the production of key video and graphic elements. You’ll be responsible for making key editorial decisions, as well as guiding talent, writers, associate producers and more. You should be adept at building segments, including creating editorial discussions, writing scripts, handling package production, and manning field coordination. No sweat, right?

The ideal candidate will have five years of experience producing live news shows. You’ll need a solid knowledge of national and international news, and be able to handle breaking news situations with grace. CNN is really looking for a hard-working team leader with a flexible schedule and adaptable nature. If this describes you, apply here.

BBC America Seeks ‘Irreverent’ Editorial Director

You’re off your trolley if you don’t jump for this gig. BBC America is looking for an editorial director to provide day-to-day direction for its creative services team. “Irreverent sensibility” is one of the criteria, so you know this is a plum opportunity.

This means you’ll be reviewing the work of all editors, writers and producers, while coming up with strategic objectives and creative ideas to develop the vision of the department. You’ll also be responsible for steering the creative direction of the promo team, and working with producers, writers and graphic designers to ensure scripts and promos will achieve greater goals.

To be considered, you must have a strong editorial background, but experience in advertising is a major plus, too. Are you a great multi-tasker? Can you manage others well? Do you have a witty personality to match? If so, apply here.

This Just In: MTV Seeks Vice President of Daily News

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Calling all newshounds! MTV is on the hunt for a new vice president of daily news to not only create on-air and online video content, but to also supervise the managing editors of News & Movies and the directors of video, field and digital production.

As the new VP, you’ll be overseeing daily operations, including the reporting, writing, shooting, editing, digital production and broadcast of on-air and online video, articles, blogs and photos. You should be filled with ideas, adamant about getting the story and have a true passion for pop culture — Bieber, Bullock, Beyonce, et al.

Ten-plus years of newsroom experience and a degree in journalism of communications are requirements for the gig. You should also have a working knowledge of Web and TV production, including HTML, CMS, WordPress, iNews, etc. Interested? Apply here.

Watch What Happens as Bravo Digital Media’s New Project Manager

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Have you watched every “Top Chef” franchise religiously? Are you pumped to see Patti Stanger in action in NYC? Can’t decide who your favorite real housewife is? Well, we have the job for you. Bravo Digital Media is looking for an experienced project manager to oversee both front- and back-end projects across all its properties, including BravoTV.com, the Emerging Media group and TelevisionWithoutPity.com.

The gig requires you to manage project plans and schedules, driving them to successful completion. You’ll be working with development, design, editorial, advertising, marketing, research, and other teams to track deliverables and meet deadlines as outlined. Basically, you need to be an organizational machine, who can kindly crack the whip.

You must have at least five years of project management experience, be proficient in CMS and have experience developing detailed plans. You don’t need to be a total techie, but you should be familiar enough with HTML, CSS and more in order to be able to identify problems. If you think you have what it takes, apply here.

Get in the Amazing Race to Become CBS’s New Senior Publicist

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cbslogo082410.jpgIf a good portion of your DVR is filled with CBS shows, you’re one step ahead of the game. The network is currently looking for a senior publicist to handle day-to-day media relations for its award-winning syndicated TV shows, so if you’re a fan of its programming and based in L.A., keep reading.

We’re stating the obvious here, but you should be a huge television buff who is passionate about entertainment. That will make your work seem like pleasure, especially when you’re handling show and talent publicity; photo and e-clip selection and distribution; and affiliate relations.

To be considered, you’ll need six or more years of TV publicity experience, amazing contacts and top-notch writing skills. You should thrive in a fast-paced environment and be available for occasional travel. Interested? Apply here.

Learn To Become a TV Reporter, Get Another Course Free

TVNewser’s parent company, mediabistro.com, has got a deal for you. Right now anyone that enrolls in a multi-week course by August 27 receives access to a self-paced course for free. So you can take Into to TV News Reporting, and get access to Camera Ready: Look Good and Sound Smart on Video at no extra charge. The full promotional details are available here.

Just Breathe: Oxygen Seeks Senior Copywriter

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oxygenlogo081710.jpgNeed a breath of fresh air? Oxygen is searching for a senior copywriter position to write short-form and long-form copy for print and online ad campaigns, press kits, marketing/sales materials and internal communications.

The ideal candidate will promote Oxygen’s shows and brand initiatives alongside designers and producers. You’ll create scripts for on-air promotions, and shoot spots and video reels for upfront and PR events, too. Sounds like a super exciting gig to us!

If you’re an exceptional wordsmith, have experience working in entertainment or advertising and are up on all the pop culture trends, this could be the perfect opportunity for you. A little love for “The Bad Girls Club” and “Jersey Couture” couldn’t hurt either. Interested? Apply here.

Batter Up! WABC Seeks Sports Anchor and Reporter

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wabc072310.gifAre you ready for the majors? WABC-TV is holding tryouts for an experienced sports anchor/reporter to produce daily sports segments and features for the New York flagship station.

This is a full-time position where major market experience is a plus. There aren’t many requirement details for the gig, but if you’re qualified, you probably know it. WABC is the No. 1 local TV station in the country, so you must have ample experience and be at the top of your game. Literally.

With Scott Clark and Rob Powers holding down sports coverage for the channel, you know where the bar is set. Want to be a first draft pick? Get your resume, reel and/or video links together and apply here.

RELATED: Attend Mediabistro Career Circus on August 4 in New York City to find out where the jobs are, develop a career plan and engage with media peers and leaders.

Take Intro TV News Reporting

Thursday, mediabistro.com will start-up another Intro to TV News Reporting class in NYC. The course will teach you the basics and provide you the opportunity to create two segments for your reel with an experienced instructor/reporter. Full details here.

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