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30+ days ago

Closed Caption Specialist

Scripps Indianapolis, IN

Provide regular communication and refer developing issues to Closed Captioning Supervisor and or Digital Service Center Manager as needed. Cultivate… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Advertising Account Executive

Scripps Vero Beach, FL

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30+ days ago

Associate Producer

Scripps Tulsa, OK +3 locations

• Perform additional duties as assigned.High School Diploma or equivalent required. College degree preferred. Previous Newsroom experience preferred… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

National Investigative Producer

Scripps Washington, DC

We're looking for the right producer who can produce well-told investigative stories across all Scripps platforms for broadcast, print and digital… Glassdoor


16 hrs ago

Recruitment Account Executive – new

Scripps Memphis, TN

• Offers customer trials according to programs, and conducts on-line demonstrations to prove Monster/Recruitment advantages • Demonstrate the value… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Computer-assisted Reporter

Scripps Washington, DC

The computer-assted reporter has a passion for creative data visualization and interactive storytelling and relishes inventing new approaches… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Multimedia Journalist

Scripps West Palm Beach, FL +7 locations

WPTV, the #1 station in the market, is seeking a talented Multimedia Journalist to prepare and deliver accurate reports for newscasts as well as… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Outside Sales Rep

Scripps Knoxville, TN

In today's environment results are important, and at the E.W. Scripps Company, our culture is about getting it done. With a rapidly growing audience… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Circulation District Manager

Scripps Memphis, TN

• Achieve consistently on-time delivery to subscribers. • Assist in the distribution of company products to independent contractors. • Recruit and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Investigative Multimedia Journalist

Scripps West Palm Beach, FL

-will be relied upon primarily for lead stories and/or specialized segments. -Develop, create and research news leads and news tips to develop story… Glassdoor


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Scripps President, CEO, and Director Rich Boehne
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    Management Talks out of Both Sides of their mouth

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Detroit, MI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Detroit, MI

    I have been working at Scripps part-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    My work is with one of Scripps' television stations in the United States. Despite the frustrating attempts at times, the stuff we do is incredible and very satisfying. You're at the forefront of news in your community and the world, and there are times where you actually feel like you're making a difference.

    Cons

    I have been an employee at one of Scripps' broadcast stations for nearly a decade. Despite changes to my job through consolidation of other positions, nothing has changed. Still part time,. Still no benefit options aside from a 401k, and still no respect from my manager. Every year I get met with glowing reviews and every year I get told I'm "Exactly the kind of employee that we want to have for decades" yet every year I'm still stuck with 21 hours a week and a loss of hope. Attempts to show my value by volunteering my services for additional work have only gone on to increase my job duties, while at the same time increased my "expected" workload with no additional compensation.

    It's kind of funny, to be honest. The last two years they've been rolling out this corporate wide propaganda about how "people are their #1 resource" and how every person is geared to go up. Yet, every time I get a sliver of an opportunity to move up, my manager shuts the door as hard as he can. The consensus around the station is that if you're really good at what you do, they'll do whatever they can to keep you in that position, even those that are part time and very good at what they do (I'm not the only one).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Put up or shut up. You tell us that people are the number one source, but it really doesn't feel like it. Tell your managers that you need to be setting your employees--especially the dedicated ones--for the next position not just keeping them afloat until they lose hope and leave. I have seen countless people leave and go to rivals, people who were VERY talented and VERY good at what they do, because they were passed time and time again for advancement and someone outside was hired with much less experience and much less talent. Boehne said in an e-mail once that 'Scripps doesn't hire mercenaries," but the fact that every position I've tried to get into and that I'm more than qualified for was filled with people who were either JUST graduating college or STILL in college indicated that quality and talent take a back seat to costs.

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