Producer: Morning Newscast

Updated: 04/22/2014 12:55 PM
Created: 09/09/2008 1:25 PM


  • Must have solid news judgment
  • Creative approach to newscasts on daily basis
  • Ability to write clearly
  • Able to work with others as part of a team
  • Ability to think visually
  • Think and react quickly to changing situations and stressful conditions
  • Must be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to cope with the excitement & demands of live television
  • Post-secondary education 


  • Produce the weekday mornings 5AM to 7AM newscast
  • Produce other newscasts and special reports as needed
  • Work with staff in story selection and coverage plans
  • Monitor scanners for breaking news
  • Maintain contact with news crews in the field
  • Work with staff in planning and carrying out live shots
  • Update news website & social media as needed

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to work in an area that is often noisy and has many distractions; must be able to answer telephones, listen to scanners and monitor network transmissions; must have dexterity to operate computer.  Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job.  The Company will make reasonable physical accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions.

Apply to:

Human Resources Department

Job # 8-14

10 Observation Rd

Duluth, MN  55811

FAX: 218/727-4415



Front Page

  • Four Residents Escape Lincoln Park Apartment Engulfed in Flames

    A home in the Lincoln Park neighborhood was enveloped by flames early Wednesday morning. All four people were able to leave the apartment complex safely. Our crew arrived around 5:00 a.m. at the 2700 block of West 4th Street in Duluth.

  • Superior Murder Trial Delayed after New Evidence Released

    Juan Leonardo Padilla, 40, of Fort Mohave, Ariz., is charged with the shooting death of 46-year-old Terrance Rodney Luukkonen of Duluth last May. Luukkonen was shot outside his workplace at Genesis Attachments in Superior.

  • Homemade Audio Unveiled During Day 2 of Byron Smith Murder Trial

    It was a homemade recording inside Byron Smith's home. The hand held device was next to Smith's chair during the shootings. Smith didn't turn it over to police, or even tell them about it. Investigators found the evidence while searching Smith's home the day after the shootings. Although it was 6 hours long, 14 minutes of the audio clip were played in court Tuesday. 

  • Construction to Begin on Last Major St. Louis County Road Damaged by 2012 Floods

    While the devastating floods of 2012 may be a distant memory for some, there are still some visible scars left - including on one western Duluth road. 57th Avenue West and Highland Street is the last major St. Louis County road still damaged by the flooding.

  • Duluth School Board Approves Plan to Help Sell Central High

    One of Duluth's most scenic vantage points - the Central High School property, has been up for sale for most of four years, but still sits empty. On Tuesday night, school and city leaders took a step to do something about that: a formal working arrangement has been made.