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On-Air Brand Manager – Clarksville, Tennessee
5 Star Media Group, the Saga Communications radio cluster, located in the Clarksville, Tennessee/Hopkinsville, Kentucky market has an immediate opening for an on-air Active Rock and Adult Hits Brand Manager to manage two of its stations, WZZP and WRND.

Description: We are looking for someone who can lead two successful stations, WZZP an Active Rock station and WRND an Classic Hits station.  This person must be creative, a strategic thinker, with out-of-the-box ideas.  They must have knowledge of programming a rock and adult hits formats.  We have a strong digital presence in our market so knowing how to win the digital and social media game is a priority.  If you have a passion for these formats and love programming hyper-local stations then send your resume immediately.

Email resume an air check to jobs@5starradio.com

5 Star Radio is an equal opportunity employer.


 

Media Marketing Consultant

We’re seeking a self-motivated Media Marketing Consultant with a desire to create fun and unique advertising messages for local companies. We offer high earning potential with paid benefits including medical, dental, optical, paid holidays and vacations. Previous sales or marketing experience is desired but not required.  Please gather a resume and references and contact Summer Jackson at sjackson@5starradio.com for an interview.

5 Star Radio Group, A Saga Communications owned company, is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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