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Open Positions at WJHG


Director/Technical Media Producer

WJHG/WECP Northwest Florida’s leading news stations seek a Director/Technical Media Producer in Panama City Beach, Florida.


Digital Sales Coordinator

WJHG/WECP is looking for a full time Digital Sales Coordinator.


Broadcast/IT Maintenance Technician

WJHG/WECP is looking for a full time Broadcast/IT Maintenance Technician.


Weather Anchor/MMJ

WJHG-TV/WECP-TV, The NBC and CBS affiliate for the Panama City, Florida market, is looking for a Weekend Weather Anchor/Multi-Media Journalist to join our award-winning news and weather team.


Producer/Web Producer

Imagine working in a place where most people travel to for vacation. That’s what you’ll find at WJHG/WECP in in Panama City Beach, Florida!


Multi-Media Journalist

Imagine working in a place where most people travel to for vacation. That’s what you’ll find at WJHG/WECP in in Panama City Beach, Florida!


What it's like to work for WJHG

Along the Emerald Coast of Northwest Florida, you’ll find a growing source for local news that’s as dynamic and energetic as the community it serves.



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Common childhood virus is linked with Alzheimer's

Herpes viruses which cause roseola, one of the most common childhood illnesses, more abundant in brains of people who died of Alzheimer's

Can a TB vaccine help treat diabetes?

BCG vaccine may change the way the body handles sugar, study finds

140 campers rescued, floating bears as Montana and Texas flood

The mother of one of the campers an her 9-year-old daughter spotted a grizzly bear that had been swept away by a fast-running creek on her ranch near Augusta.

North, South Korea agree to reunions for families split by war

An emotional cross-border meeting beckons for 200 Koreans separated by decades of conflict.

Hundreds of children separated from families have been reunited, DHS claims

"Trump's order leaves us with more questions than answers: How to ensure kids are safely returned to parents? When?" tweeted Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine.