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This Week on the mediabistro.com Job Board: Fox Business, C-SPAN, MTV

This week, Fox Business has two great openings. The network is looking for a new booker for the Willis Report, as well as a freelance assignment editor. Also, MTV is on the hunt for a manager of international program sales operations, while C-SPAN is searching for a temporary media relations specialist. Get all the details on these jobs and more below, and check out additional TV gigs on mediabistro.com.

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Fox Business Seeks D.C. Assignment Editor

Do you have a nose for news? Fox Business Network is on the hunt for a hard-working assignment editor to run its Washington, D.C. bureau assignment desk.

You’ll be be responsible for gathering, researching and coordinating coverage of Capitol Hill, the White House, the SEC, Federal Reserve and more, while hiring D.C.-based reporters, producers and camera crews to carry out daily news-gathering. You’ll work closely with the network’s New York headquarters, as well as other Fox News assignment desk operations to coordinate resources when necessary. Read more

‘Any reporter that has a neat desk isn’t a reporter’

“The Insider” took viewers behind the scenes with FBN’s Charlie Gasparino this week where we find out Gasparino takes a page from “Jersey Shore” — minus the tan and laundry.

FBN Could be Pulled Off Cablevision in Carriage Dispute

If News Corp. and Cablevision cannot reach an agreement by tomorrow morning, the cable operator’s three million customers may lose Fox Business Network, Nat Geo Wild and the Fox broadcast channel. News Corp.’s biggest cable networks, FX, Fox News Channel and Fox Sports Net are not affected.

As has been so often the case over the last two years, at issue are retransmission fees for the broadcast network, and calls for higher carriage fees from the cable channels.

Cablevision says that it currently pays News Corp. $70 million a year for the channels, and that the content company is demanding an increase to $150 million a year.

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