Associate Producer, The Journal Editorial Report

Fox Corporation, New York, NY USA

We produce and distribute content through some of the world’s leading and most valued brands

Duration: Full-Time

Fox News is looking for a highly motivated, proactive, and creative Associate Producer for The Journal Editorial Report. As the Associate Producer, you will write and produce segments, prepare elements, and book guests and newsmakers primarily for The Journal Editorial Report, but you will also be asked to work on other weekend shows as needed. You will be expected to deliver a quality product in a fast-paced 24-hour News environment.

You will be offered the following shifts: WEDNESDAYS THROUGH FRIDAYS (9:00am - 5:00pm) and SATURDAYS THROUGH SUNDAYS (2:00pm - 10:00pm).


  • Pitch stories for a weekly program with a heavy focus on politics, economics, and culture
  • Select video, sound bites, and graphics
  • Oversee editing
  • Write compelling and concise stories for television
  • Conduct pre-interviews and in-depth research on a wide range of topics
  • Book high-profile guests and newsmakers
  • Produce live shots and packages


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 3+ years of experience in television production
  • Strong writing skills and excellent editorial judgment
  • Experience interacting with high profile talent and guests
  • Experience in a television news control room
  • Familiarity with the Wall Street Journal editorial page
  • A passion for current events
  • A solid grasp of the political and economic stories of the day
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and on multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Familiarity with iNews and other FNC programs
  • Understanding of tape-less workflow in a newsroom

About Fox Corporation


Fox Corporation

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