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WPOR MORNING SHOW HOST

WPOR 101.9 – Portland, Maine’s heritage country station is looking for its next morning superstar entertainer with a unique point of view who can relate to the country lifegroup.  We are not looking for a jock.  You should have a finger on the pulse of current events and able to makeit all unique and compelling.  You should also be social media savvy and ready to represent WPOR in the community.  Morning show and production experience preferred.  What do we have to offer?  A position on an established show in a beautiful location on Maine’s coast.  Plus, WPOR is part of Portland Radio Group – the largest radio group in Maine.  Send your materials to wpormornings@portlandradiogroup.com.

Saga Communications is an EOE.

560 WGAN- Reporter/Anchor

NewsRadio560 WGAN is the news source for the eight station cluster of the Portland Radio Group. We believe in the power of News/Talk.  We are looking for a talented person to be a multi-platform reporter and fill-in anchor.  A positive attitude and a desire to learn are just as important as experience. In this role you will:

  • Develop your news-gathering, writing, anchoring, and reporting skills
  • Deliver breaking news as it happens in the field
  • Use social media to inform and engage the audience
  • Integrate video into our social media delivery

Knowledge of  MediaTouch, Burli, Twitter/Facebook, Adobe Audition, and other digital audio production systems will be helpful.  Newswriting skills will also be helpful. This is a full-time position with an excellent group of stations, owned by Saga Communications. If you are ready to make this move, then please send your resume and demo to Portland Radio Group News Director Frank Alosa, FAlosa@portlandradiogroup.com.

 

SALES REPRESENTATIVE

The Portland Radio Group featuring four FM stations and four AM stations is seeking an enthusiastic and aggressive individual to join our fast paced environment as a sales and marketing professional.  We are interviewing for two types of candidates.  The first is for experienced sales professionals with a demonstrable record of success. The second is for entry level sales people who have no or limited sales experience, but do possess the drive to learn and the ambition to succeed. In addition to being a supportive and professional work environment, the Portland Radio Group offers an excellent benefits package including health insurance. If you are comfortable and confident prospecting, cold calling and working with local businesses, then submit your resume online at http://www.portlandradiogroup.com/careers/

 

PART TIME RADIO NEWS REPORTER/ANCHOR

The Portland Radio Group, located in South Portland, Maine, part of Saga Communications, has an immediate part-time opening for a News Reporter/Anchor at WGAN-AM. If you have a passion for news, then we should talk.

Responsibilities include:

  • Anchoring news casts
  • Updating WGAN’s website and social media platforms
  • Swing duty anchoring news and traffic reports on WGAN and its sister stations

We focus on the latest stories along with regular enterprise reporting.  We feature news on air, online and on location.  Take the next step in your broadcast career. Knowledge of digital audio production systems will be helpful.

You will work with an excellent group of stations and broadcast company.  Please send resume and references to: Jeff Wade, Brand Manager/News Director, newsjobs@sagacom.com

 

PROGRAMMING, PART TIME

The Portland Radio Group has an immediate opening for a part time entry level position in the programming department. We are looking for an individual who wants to be in broadcasting. Your responsibilities can include assisting promotions, monitoring broadcasts, and learning to produce commercials. This position will require working weekends and special events. Some weeknights and late night availability will be necessary. Strong computer skills and graphic abilities will be helpful. Please send your resume to parttime@portlandradiogroup.com

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