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Open Positions at WJHG


Digital Sales Manager

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


National Sales Assistant

WJHG/WECP TV is now interviewing candidates for a National Sales Assistant. This position would provide full-time sales support for the National Sales Manager and General Sales Manager, as needed. Excellent telephone, email and verbal communication and problem solving skills required.


Sports Anchor/MMJ

We are seeking qualified candidates who have a passion for covering local sports, and the ability to enterprise compelling stories for both sports and news.


Multi-Media Journalist

WJHG-TV NewsChannel 7, the NBC affiliate and #1 news source for the Panama City, Florida market, and WECP-TV, the CBS affiliate, are looking for a multi-media journalist to join our award-winning news team.


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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