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WILX is an NBC affiliate, located in Lansing Michigan. WILX is owned by Gray Television Inc., one of the fastest growing broadcast and digital media groups in the nation. WILX produces a total of 46 hours of news per week, 26.5 for WILX and 19.5 for the local Fox affiliate WSYM. A market leader in News, digital, and social media WILX, News 10 is home to Emmy award winning reporters, and recipient of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters “Station of the Year” award. Lansing, a vibrant, diverse, stable city is a great place to live and work. A community with a rich history, full of hard-working, caring people, striving to make Mid-Michigan their place they call home.
Applicants are encouraged to learn more about WILX at, http://www.wilx.com/content/news?article=402309165&disable=ads.
WILX, mid-Michigan’s dominant NBC affiliate, has a rare and exciting anchor opportunity. We are looking for an experienced broadcast journalist to anchor our top-rated weekend newscasts.
The successful candidate will also be responsible for regular reporting for daily news coverage and serving as a strong representative for WILX in the community.
Lansing, Michigan is an exceptional place to live and sharpen your professional skills. It is the state capital, Michigan State University is in adjacent East Lansing and General Motors has built two of its newest North American assembly plants here.
• Must have strong anchoring and reporting skills
• 3–5 years of previous experience as a news anchor
• Be aggressive on social media and other digital platforms.
WILX is a drug-free work environment and employment will be dependent on drug test results. You must also have a driver’s license with a good driving record.
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