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Multimedia Journalist

Are you ready to start your reporting career in the beautiful North Coast of California?

Eureka, California, between the mighty Redwood Forest and the Pacific Ocean, is one of the country’s best-kept secrets.

This area is full of stories that will help you grow your storytelling skills and build your resume reel in a learning newsroom.

A typical week could include covering a controversy surrounding a beloved landmark, investigating a cold case, and taking to the Sequoia Park Zoo Skywalk to talk about Fat Bear Week and the new bear habitat.

The story possibilities are endless.

What you will do:

· Develop enterprise content for newscasts

· Shoot, write, and edit video

· On-air reporting

· Social media and website content creation

· Meet daily deadlines

· Other duties as assigned


Degree in journalism preferred, but will consider a journalism, film, or communications student.

A broadcast television newsroom is a dynamic workplace that requires flexibility, curiosity, excellent writing skills, and a strong work ethic.

If you’re ready to kickstart your journalism career, please attach resume and link to video reel to your application. 

SALARY: $16/hour

Apply for the MMJ position


Multimedia Journalist / Weathercaster

Do the words “king tides,” “red lightning,” or “obscuration” really float your boat?

Looking to take your weathercasting career to the next level?

Then we might be looking for you.

The Eureka, California market has one of the most unique climates in the country. We forecast and report on everything from wildfires, thunderstorms, snow, ice, sleet, sneaker waves, marine forecasts, fog, air quality, tsunami warnings, hurricanes, and even … dare we say it – sunshine!

KIEM/KVIQ – Redwood News – located in beautiful Eureka, California is searching for our next multimedia journalist/weathercaster.

The perfect candidate isn’t just passionate about the weather but also loves telling the weather story and how it affects our viewers’ lives.


· Actively keep our viewers informed about changing weather via television, online, and social media

· Shoot, write, and edit daily weather-related stories for our newscasts

· Produce graphics that tell a clear weather story

· Deliver accurate forecasts that keep our viewers safe and informed about the weather

· Develop proficiency in our current technology

· Clearly communicate the weather story daily

· On-air weather forecasting


Degree in Meteorology or weather science preferred.

This job is physically located in Eureka, California.

Hourly rate: $16/hour or more depending on experience.

Apply for the MMJ/Weathercaster position

Account Executive


Imagicomm Communications which includes KIEM-DT and KVIQ-LP has an opening for an aggressive, knowledgeable, and goal-oriented Account Executive to sell television and digital adverting and in the beautiful Humboldt County territory. Individual must excel at client relations, develop solutions to help grow clients’ business through multiplatform opportunities, and in managing contracts through all stages of the sales cycle. Organization, communications, and time management skills are a must.


  • Self-motivated and high energy salesperson.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Capable of handling multiple tasks.
  • Analytical ability to utilize market analysis, ratings research, and other information to enhance sales efforts.
  • Ability to work well with customers and fellow employees.
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook and other computer applications.
  • Reliable and self-starting worker.
  • Bachelor’s Degree and Sales Experience preferred, but not required.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and good driving record.


  • Responsible for generating revenue through the development of new accounts for the television and digital opportunites.
  • Responsible for generating revenue by growing existing advertising revenue from current clients.
  • Able to develop effective marketing plans to meet clients’ needs and objectives.
  • Able to obtain budgets and meet deadlines.
  • Responsible for ensuring superior client relations.
  • Superior management of sales through the entire sales cycle.
  • Keep up-to-date on all station product lines and programming features.
  • Keep up-to-date on the product lines and programming features of competing TV stations and other media platforms.
  • Prepare and present both written and oral presentations.
  • Prepare effective advertising schedules.
  • Effectively negotiate advertising rates.

Commissions-Based Salary: $40,000-$60,000

Apply for the Account Executive Position

Master Control Switcher
Job Type

The Master Control Switcher is primarily responsible for monitoring the on-air signal (video and audio), ensuring overall quality of scheduled elements, and confirming the on-air accuracy of the Traffic log against the automation playlist.

  • Well versed on Broadcast operations and procedural requirements to confirm accuracy and on-air readiness of scheduled material by checking the Traffic log and automation playlist.
  • Recover on-air signal accurately in the shortest time possible. Manually operate on-air equipment with the same reliability of automation systems during high-pressure situations such as human and equipment error, recovering air in shortest time possible.
  • Create clear, accurate and detailed reports of on-air discrepancies.
  • Ability to work under pressure, react promptly to operational changes and have the capacity to meet deadlines.
  • Ingest commercials and database programs from electronic and linear forms
  • Be able to work flexible shift schedules that may involve nights, weekends and/or holidays

Imagicomm Communications, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, genetic information, ancestry, age, sex, gender, marital status, national origin, disability or handicap, veteran status, or any other status or characteristics protected by federal, state and/or local laws. Applicants may notify the appropriate local, state or federal agency if they believe they have been the victims of discrimination.