People have told you that you have a voice for radio.
Well, if you LOVE to write, love Door County and have a great voice,
Consider joining two of Door County’s most experienced reporters at DoorCountyDailyNews.com. With 28 years experience with the company between them, Paul Schmitt and Tim Kowols will be great teachers helping you love your career in radio news. Complete an application at DoorCountyDailyNews.com and email it to utnehmer@DoorCountyDailyNews.com. Join a growing team of positive professionals….If your blood type is not B positive you may need a transfusion to go to work here.
DoorCountyDailyNews.com…an equal opportunity employer proud of great reporters like Paul Schmitt and Tim Kowols…and looking for some help to give these guys some weekends off.
Help Wanted: Radio Announcing, News and Sports Reporting, Sales
Combine any of the above along with high school play by play to create a job you’ll love. You pick the parts to make a perfect position.
Join the expanding staff at DoorCountyDailyNews.com located in Door County, WI, the Cape Cod of the Midwest. You’ll be part of the longest tenured staff in the market, positive people who work well together and have exceptionally high job satisfaction. If you blood type is not B Positive you’ll need a transfusion to join our staff. Base starts at $2,500 a month and increases to $3,000 after 90 days. We’re doing more, not less, live announcing and high school sports play by play. Local news is more important than ever before. Our fifth station means we need a morning announcer who loves live radio and community involvement. Apply by downloading application at DoorCountyDailyNews.com or email Roger Utnehmer at email@example.com. EOE
Attention High School Students Interested in Making Money and Building a Career:
We can help you land a job while you’re in college.
We can help you develop a career in broadcast news reporting.
We can help you combine traditional radio with the internet.
And we’ll pay you to learn.
Join our growing staff of DoorCountyDailyNews.com High School Student Correspondents! We want at least one student correspondent from each high school in our coverage area.
Earn $15 per story and represent your school on four radio stations, our website and daily electronic newspaper.
Community Events Coordinator
You can get paid for talking on the phone! Now don’t think of those typical telemarketers who call over dinner.
Nicolet Broadcasting is accepting applications for full or part time community event coordinators — people who call local businesses and ask for their support underwriting community events, ballgames and non-profit activities. The benefit to the businesses is public relations — the benefit to YOU is a base pay of $8 an hour PLUS commission on every sale you make — full or part time — in Sturgeon Bay. You develop positive relationships with an account base and know you’re helping provide publicity that non-profit organizations, schools and service clubs need — publicity ranging from recognizing honor roll students to attending a summer festival.
Our six stations have openings for inside and outside sales. Our training program is recognized throughout the industry. Nicolet Broadcasting has been cited as one of the 30 best companies to work for in the broadcasting industry. (Read why on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.) Our great salespeople make an incredible amount of money. Details on base and commission available on our website.
We do radio right and welcome you to consider joining us. If you’re good at sales this position might be right for you.
We’re looking to welcome that rare individual who would love to do high school play by play at night, a morning music and interview show and make more money than you ever thought possible in between by learning to help clients find more customers.
You’ll be THE voice of WSBW, serving northern Door County, the Cape Cod of the Midwest.
Learn more by clicking on DoorCountyDailyNews.com. We’re a six station MOM and POP operation. No corporate fecal material. We need YOU. Base pay is $2,500 a month … Increasing to $3,000 after 90 days. You’ll live in one of the most beautiful parts of America, Door County, Wisconsin. You’ll be part of a positive, professional, long-tenured staff that leads the market in sales and client satisfaction.
Apply by downloading an application at DoorCountyDailyNews.com. EOE
Simply dazzle President and CEO, Roger Utnehmer, with your flexibility, background, and desire by e-mailing, faxing or mailing your resume and cover letter or by submitting an application via e-mail, fax or mail.
Allan John Lamer, 81, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away suddenly on September 19, 2017, in
Appleton at ThedaCare Medical Regional Center. He was born June 22, 1936, in
Tomahawk, Wisconsin to Joseph and Estelle (Bauer) Lamer.
After high school, Al attended Milwaukee School of Engineering where he studied
manufacturing engineering. He married his high school sweetheart, Wilma “Billie” Nick
on September 14, 1957. They just celebrated their 60 th wedding anniversa...
Erhard (John) Adolph Zeile died peacefully on September 19, at Hearthside in Sister Bay, Wisconsin. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 11, at 3pm at Shepherd of the Bay Church in Ellison Bay, Wisconsin. John’s nephew, Reverend Carl Voges, will co-officiate with Reverend James Honig.
John was born on February 4, 1925, in Saginaw Michigan and was the youngest of six children born to Andrew and Hilda Zeile. He was married t...
Mary Ann (Worachek) Stodola, 94, Pilsen passed away on Tuesday morning, September 19, 2017 after a brief illness with her family by her side. She was born in Zander, WI on July 1, 1923 to the late Jack and Emma (Yanda) Worachek. Mary Ann graduated valedictorian from Luxemburg Union High School in 1941. Early in her career, she worked for Bertrands Sporting Goods Store in Green Bay.
On July 6, 1946 she married George T. Stodola at Holy Cross, Mishicot. ...
Joy Marie Viste, 66, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away suddenly, Sunday night, September 17, 2017 at Door County Medical Center with family at her side.
She was born September 3, 1951 in Tucson, AZ, the daughter of Glen and Betty (Ratliff) Johnson. Joy attended high school in Arizona through her junior year and then moved to California with her family where she graduated from high school.
Through mutual friends, Joy met Darrell Edward Viste who was serving in the U...
Gerald Lee Lokken, 75, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away on Sept. 14, 2017. He was born Sept. 3, 1942 in Madison to Glen and Lilian Lokke. On Aug. 13, 1966, he married Susan Morgan. She preceded him in death on Aug. 5, 2015. His given name was Gerald Lee Lokken, but he was called by many names: son, brother, husband, dad, uncle, bud, crab cakes, Jer bear and friend. The name he was most often called in his life was “Coach”. Jerry...
The DoorCountyDailyNews.com ABOVE AND BEYOND AWARD is an opportunity to recognize people in Door and Kewaunee Counties who have gone above and beyond providing exceptional customer service and community service.
If you know of someone who has gone above and beyond in community service or in customer service at a place you do business let us know by emailing, Roger Utnehmer at utnehmer@DoorCountyDailyNews.com.
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