|Location||North Platte, NE|
|Apply by||April 1, 2022|
|Posted on||January 5, 2022|
KNOP-TV, the NBC affiliate in North Platte, NE, is looking for a meteorologist for our dominant morning and midday newscasts. We’re looking for someone who knows how to connect with our viewers in fresh, new ways.
This includes producing and anchoring weathercasts, severe weather coverage, webcasts, working in a multi-platform environment and contributing daily to our digital platforms. The successful candidate should embrace weather and know how to use creative graphics to tell weather stories in every weathercast. The person we hire must be an ambassador for the station by making personal appearances at community events.
• Produce and Present weather information on-air in morning and mid-day newscasts for both the North Platte and Scottsbluff markets.
• Provide comprehensive weather coverage during severe weather events
• Produce content for the station’s apps, web page and social media outlets
• Participate in station community service projects as needed
• A degree in meteorology, climatology or atmospheric science is preferred
• Must have skills in the operation of computerized weather presentation systems, especially WSI
• AMS and/or NWA Certified a plus
• Candidates must be professional, personable, and confident.
KNOP-TV has some of the highest news ratings of any station in the country, and a proud tradition of journalism that goes back more than 60 years. It is a powerful local voice, highlighting the strong community spirit in the region, and serving as an advocate and voice for those who need to be heard. The newscast production plays well above the market size with automation, robotic cameras, and cutting-edge graphics, in support of an award-winning staff.
North Platte, Nebraska, is placed perfectly between Denver and Omaha. A rich history with covered wagons and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Shows, tourists make this a destination to experience a step back into those western days and to have leisurely getaways to the white sand beaches of Lake McConaughy or experience local hiking and biking trails.
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