Careers at WXOW
WQOW, Eau Claire’s ABC Affiliate, is looking for a morning part time Production Assistant.
WQOW, ABC affiliate in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is looking for a bright, energetic anchor for our 2 ½ hour morning show, “Daybreak”. This is NOT an entry-level job. We need someone with at least a year of on-air experience.
WQOW, ABC affiliate in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is looking for a talented videographer who loves shooting and editing local news and sports. This is a full-time position.
WXOW, La Crosse’s ABC Affiliate, is looking for a part-time Production Assistant.
WXOW-TV 19 is seeking applicants for a part-time position as a weekend Master Control Operator.
WXOW & WQOW, the ABC, CW and Decades affiliates in the La Crosse-Eau Claire, WI markets are looking for an energetic, creative manager to lead our marketing efforts.
WXOW News 19 is looking for a competitive and talented news producer to join our team.
WXOW, ABC affiliate in La Crosse, Wisconsin, is looking for a talented videographer who loves shooting and editing local news and sports.
Quinternship Paid Internship Program The purpose behind the Quinternship Paid Internship Program is to offer students in the field of journalism, broadcasting, communication and related fields
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Lawyers for the man charged with killing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts are asking a judge to throw out evidence discovered during a faulty interrogation, including the victim’s body.
Boyceville police say a woman was arrested in connection to an animal abuse case that many in the area have been following since last week.
State investigators release the names of the people involved in last week’s officer-involved shooting outside a restaurant-bar in Leon in Monroe County.
Officials in southwestern Wisconsin have dropped a resolution warning journalists they would face prosecution if they edit an upcoming news release.