Open Positions at WBAY

JOB OPENING - WBAY Account Executive

Do you want to work in an environment where you are respected and taught the skills you need to be successful, but you are not micro managed along the way? Would you like to have fun running your own results oriented marketing company and grow local businesses? WBAY-TV is seeking an Account Executive to enhance our strong sales team. The desired candidate will be experienced in selling comprehensive media solutions on all Television and Digital platforms to achieve sales targets and maximize revenues.

JOB OPENING - Technical Media Operator - WBAY

WBAY-TV is accepting applications for a full time Technical Media Operator. Responsibilities will include directing daily Newscasts, Live Teases, Promotions, in-studio generated production, Master Control operations and remote telecasts. Other duties will include studio operations,teleprompter, Floor Directing, and operating Ross Overdrive to produce live newscasts and pre-production content along with basic news graphics production.

JOB OPENING: Sports producer-photographer

Come work with the best sports team in Titletown. The sports producer is primarily responsible for producing sportscasts and primetime specials, as well as Cover 2, our Sunday night show during Packers season; and shooting sporting events in Northeast Wisconsin.

Return to Nam documentary airs May 24 at 6-30 p.m. on WBAY-TV 2
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To bring you the one-hour "Return to Nam" documentary, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will air Sunday, May 26, at 10:30 a.m. "S.H.I.E.L.D." may also be available for viewing live or on-demand at

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Updated: 05/21/2019 - Jeff Alexander and Bill Kumbalek share behind-the-scenes stories from the Return to Nam. Get to know newsmakers, community leaders and Action 2 News journalists in Cami Rapson's podcasts.

Posted: 05/05/2019 - While more and more Americans take part in the festivities, few know what Cinco de Mayo commemorates. One survey found that only 10% of Americans could describe the holiday’s origins.

Updated: 05/02/2019 - Kristyn Allen and her husband, Greg, say their twin babies, Brielle and Braelyn, are growing stronger after they were hit by a respiratory virus in February.

Posted: 04/24/2019 - "I've enjoyed my 30 years here. I've never ever looked for another job. I've never sent a tape out," Kevin says. "I've always been happy here."

Posted: 04/23/2019 - WBAY won awards for Excellence in Social Media and Investigative Reporting.

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