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Posted: November 18, 2016

Job Openings at Cox Media Group Athens

Job Title: On Air Talent (Full Time)

Job Description: Are you ready to join a competitive media company plus live and work in one of the best areas in the south? Cox Media Group’s Adult Contemporary Magic 102.1 is seeking a Morning Show host to join our team in Athens, GA. CMG-Athens is home to the top 6 radio stations in Northeast Georgia/Greater Atlanta, including the flagship stations for UGA sports. We are looking for someone who comes in well-prepared daily to connect with relatable family-friendly content for a primarily female 25-44 audience. You must be conversational, entertaining and have fun when you work solo. The ideal candidate will have 1-4 years of on air experience plus a sharp understanding of how to interact with listeners via social media without stepping over the line. Superior social media skills are a necessity and the new Morning Show host will adapt to the ever-changing digital landscape. Must have familiarity with the various social platforms and be able to use daily-this includes but is not limited to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Magic 102.1’s new morning host will also make excellent use of phones and do stellar personal appearances in the local community. Daily production duties are part of this role and solid skills with knowledge of Adobe Audition is essential. Must be able to plan ahead, take direction, be disciplined when delivering content and detail oriented. Strong verbal communication skills are a must. You will have responsibilities within the cluster that go beyond one station, so it is essential you are a team player. The person that fills this position will also run the control board, take transmitter readings and maintain all standard studio operations. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. The person we hire for this opening could also grow in the programming department in the future or within the company. CMG-Athens continues to be a launching ground for talent within our company. In just the past 18 months, CMG Athens has sent at least 5 people in various departments on to larger markets/positions within Cox. 

Responsibilities: Ability to speak clearly while executing a well-planned on-air shift and everything associated with it. See details on position and role listed in the job description. Will run control board, take transmitter readings, maintain studio operation, production, other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications: High school diploma/drug-free/previous on-air experience/ability to take directions. Excellent computer skills necessary. Must be able to work early morning hours and some weekend duties as assigned.

Submit resume, aircheck and any other pertinent materials that will help you land this job.

Email resume to pete.degraaff@coxinc.com 

Job Title: On Air Talent (Part Time)

Job Description: Host/on air personality in music format for one or more station in the Cox Media Group-Athens, GA cluster. Must be able to enunciate clearly, take direction, run a control board and perform other duties as assigned.

Responsibilities: Preparing and hosting via pre-recorded voice tracking on air radio shifts. Run control board, automation, some production as assigned. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications: 

  • High school diploma
  • Drug-free
  • Previous media experience helpful
  • Ability to take directions
  • Excellent computer skills necessary
  • Candidate will need to supply an Aircheck / demo when applying.

Email resume to pete.degraaff@coxinc.com 

Job Title: Remote Technician (Part Time)

Job Description: Set up on location to prepare for live broadcasts, engage with listeners, take picture of events for web, and other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Responsibilities: Set up and break down of remote broadcasts, responsible for equipment and station vehicle during remotes, and other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma
  • Drug free
  • Outgoing, energetic, friendly
  • Previous media experience is helpful
  • Ability to take directions
  • Flexible schedule

Email resume to Josh.Hill@coxinc.com

Job Title: Board Operator (Part Time)

Job Description: Operate board part time, maintain all studio operations. 

Responsibilities / Qualifications: Running a radio control board, taking transmitter readings and other duties as assigned by supervisor. High school diploma/drug free/previous media experience helpful. Ability to take directions. Must be available to work nights and weekends.

Email resume to pete.degraaff@coxinc.com 

 

Cox Media Group, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Inc., is an integrated broadcasting, publishing, direct marketing and digital media company. The company’s operations currently include 14 broadcast television stations, 57 radio stations, eight daily newspapers and more than 100 digital services. CMG currently operates in more than 20 media markets and reaches approximately 52 million Americans weekly, including more than 30 million TV viewers, more than 3.5 million print and online newspaper readers, and more than 14 million radio listeners. For more information about Cox Media Group, please check us out online at www.coxmediagroup.com.


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            Judge orders Ryan Lochte, James Feigen to stay in Brazil as robbery investigation continues

Matt Hazlett

Judge orders Ryan Lochte, James Feigen to stay in Brazil as robbery investigation continues

A Brazilian judge has ordered two American Olympic athletes to surrender their passports as authorities investigate a claim that they were robbed at gunpoint by people posing as police officers during the Rio Olympic Games.

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The office of Judge Keylan Blank confirmed to The Associated Press that swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen were to have their passports seized. However, Lochte's father told the wire service his son had returned to the United States before the order was issued.

It was not clear if Feigen remained in the country.

Patrick Sandusky, chief external affairs officer for the U.S. Olympic Committee, said officers asked to meet with the swimmers Wednesday morning to get their passports.

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“The swim team moved out of the (Olympic) Village after their competition ended, so we were not able to make the athletes available,” Sandisky said. “Additionally, as part of our standard security protocol, we do not make athlete travel plans public and therefore cannot confirm the athletes’ current location. We will continue to cooperate with Brazilian authorities.”

Four members of the U.S. Olympics Swimming Team – Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger, Feigen and Lochte – said they were robbed Sunday as they took a taxi from France House to the Olympic Village, the Olympic Committee said.

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“Their taxi was stopped by individuals posing as armed police officers who demanded the athletes' money and other personal belongings,” the Committee said in a statement. “All four athletes are safe and cooperating with authorities.”

A police official told The Associated Press authorities have not been able to verify that the robbery took place. Speaking on the condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation, the officials said police have been unable to find witnesses or the swimmers' taxi driver.

Gator surprises beachgoers after washing ashore on Myrtle Beach

Folks walking along the beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, found a companion out enjoying the sun and surf: a 4-foot alligator.

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Sharon Martin told The Sun News that she and a friend were taking their daily walk along the beach on Monday evening when the gator came walking out of the ocean.

They called 911 and emergency crews were dispatched. But after a short time lounging on the beach, the alligator headed back to the surf on its own.

The animal was spotted later in the evening and was eventually captured and released into a safe place.

No one was injured, but Martin said she had never seen anything like it and that it was pretty frightening to see an alligator coming out of the surf.

 

Thousands of Olympic volunteers are quitting

Athletes being robbed, pools turning green -- the 2016 Olympic Games certainly haven't been a walk in the park.

But now, Olympic officials are dealing with another issue: a shortage of volunteers.

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Before the games kicked off, officials selected 50,000 volunteers to do everything from directing fans to venues to driving Olympic officials around.

But a spokesperson for the Rio 2016 organizing committee told the The Wall Street Journal that at some places, only 1 out of every 5 volunteers showed up to help out.

An Olympic official told another outlet the average overall volunteer attendance is close to 70 percent.

Even though organizers have a volunteer waiting list, it doesn't appear that's helping.

So why aren't volunteers showing up?

Some say they quit because they were overworked, underappreciated and barely fed.

One volunteer, who travels two hours every morning to get to her post, said she's overworked.

She told CBC, "They ask us to come to work really early and then hold us back when it's time to go home."

Another volunteer who recently quit told the outlet volunteers only got one small snack for their entire shift. He said, "I don't think the organizing committee had enough consideration for people's lives and welfare."

According to Newsy, some volunteers are still waiting for their assignments. The games end Aug. 21.


            What time is Usain Bolt running tonight?

Associated Press

What time is Usain Bolt running tonight?

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt will compete tonight in the 200-meter semifinal in the 2016 Olympics.

Bolt, who says the race is his favorite, is set to run around 9:06 p.m. He won the Men’s 100-meter sprint on Sunday, beating American Justin Gatlin.

The United States has won 84 medals as of Wednesday morning  -  28 Golds; 28 Silver and 28 Bronze.

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