Job Openings


WPSD Local 6, the dominant NBC affiliate in the 84th market, needs a newsroom leader and innovator to contribute to news content on our many platforms. You need to be so plugged in to the digital news world that you’re eager to find and be a first adopter of that next great thing.

You are fast and smart. Being first with the push alert, web story, social media post and video makes you happy. We use Social News Desk, MGN Online Graphics, ENPS, the TownNews CMS, AP wire & AP Video, NBC & CNN feeds, CNN Newswire and state of the art WSI weather technology. Six regional newspapers and associated platforms are part of our news gathering network.

We’re in the OTT world and looking for you to help us grow it. We stream A LOT!

When you are on duty you’ll manage our website, mobile apps and social media platforms. You’ll work closely with producers, reporters and anchors. You have great ideas about growing audience and engagement. You intuitively understand the interconnectedness of all the content we produce. You know how to gather, write and produce news and get it delivered in the format unique to each platform.

While you have boundless energy and a new idea every 15 seconds, at the same time you are a calm, caring, patient and kind teacher. You speak plain English, not coder jargon. You’ll know what I mean when I say “‘splain it to me like I’m a 4 year old.”

You take your role as a journalist and leader very seriously. You’ll report to an executive producer who supervises two full-time digital producers and a part-time weekender. We have a 50-person news staff, and you are responsible for helping develop their digital skills and work product. You will also offer assistance and advice to other departments like promotions, creative services and sales.

You are a Journalist, not confused by words like FOIA, transparency, storytelling and the Bill of Rights. You’ve actually read a non-fiction BOOK in the last month, probably read and study regularly, for pleasure, things like history, current events, culture, journalism, character and technology.

Send a letter specifically addressing the elements outlined above and how you qualify for the job. Include a complete resume and links to examples of what you think proves your case to Perry Boxx, News Director at No snail mail. 



WPSD Local 6 is looking for a writer/producer with the unique ability to translate concept into research driven promotion that cuts through the clutter both on air and on social media. You must be a detail-oriented team player who is passionate about promotion and knows how to effectively sell our brand on multiple platforms.  We are a locally-owned NBC affiliate serving four states in the heart of the country.  You’ll enjoy an affordable quality of life that includes everything from unspoiled recreational areas to an award-winning arts community.  The successful candidate will write, shoot and edit daily topical promotion that drives viewers to our local newscasts.   Also, write, shoot, and edit image promotion that clearly identifies the Local 6 brand.  Write and edit promotion for special projects including targeted special reports, station events, and community projects. Create specific promotional elements for the station’s social media platforms that expand exposure of the news products.  Requirements include: minimum one year experience as a promotion writer/producer.  Must demonstrate strong writing skills.  Solid non-linear editing with an Edius background preferred.  Must be proficient in After Effects and Photoshop.  The ability to shoot video that makes the news product stand out is a must.   Must work well with news producers, reporters, and anchors.     The ability to be a flexible team player who can multi-task to meet deadlines and loves to do it is essential.  If you are passionate about promotion, email your resume and samples of your work to:  Cathy Crecelius, Director of Promotion/Public Affairs, WPSD Local 6, 100 Television Lane, Paducah, Kentucky 42003 No phone calls please.


The legacy NBC affiliate in Paducah, Kentucky (84 DMA), requires a dynamic writer with solid news judgment who can become a leader in our newsroom.  You must have a flair for production values, showcasing meaningful breaking news, live elements, social/interactive media platforms, and vibrant graphics to tell compelling news stories. You also love helping reporters craft extraordinary work.   If you are on the road to news management, this is where it starts.  Previous experience as a producer preferred.  We will consider entry level candidates.  However, the right candidate can move in to a Monday-Friday prime newscast.  Send resume and link of your latest newscast to:  Perry Boxx, News Director, WPSD-TV,  No snail mail, please.



WPSD LOCAL 6 has an immediate opening for a web editor.  You will write and edit stories for our website, In addition, you will provide content on our social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You will also be responsible for sending push alerts from our Local 6 app. A web editor will update news many times each day, check and respond to social media comments routinely, post commercial and promotional material, monitor web traffic and report potential problems. You will also help your EP keep the news team on track with their digital responsibilities. Ability to meet deadlines, work under pressure during breaking news situations, and communicate effectively with a variety of people in the organization is essential. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience or working toward a degree in journalism or related fields is required. Familiarity with Internet applications such as Photoshop is important, in addition to SEO best practices.  Editor must have superior writing and editing skills, self-driven, and be organized, task-oriented and deadline-driven.

E-mail resume/link to: EP Kayla Dixon at No snail mail.



WPSD LOCAL 6, the NBC affiliate in the 88nd DMA has an opening for a news associate producer. You will learn to research, write, and edit local, regional, and national news stories. You will also perform associated production duties during newscasts. You must conform to the highest journalistic standards and be able to meet deadlines.  Excellent writing, grammar skills, the ability to react to changing news and programming situations, and to understand and execute last-moment instructions from newscast directors and producers are essential. You must be familiar with basic computer operations. Video editing experience is preferred.  This is an entry level position for those wanting to get to the next step in your career in broadcast journalism. We will help you get there. A writing test and current events test must be passed.  This is a perfect opportunity for a college student working toward a four-year degree in broadcast journalism.  E-mail resume/link to: News Director Perry Boxx at No snail mail.




WPSD has periodic openings for student internships in various departments. The student must receive academic credit for the internship and have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours.

For more information, contact Rhonda Harris at

WPSD-TV is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.

Any community organization that desires to be notified when a job opening occurs at WPSD Local 6 should contact Rhonda Harris at 270-415-1900 or e-mail