Media Staffing Network Blog

News and opinion from the Media Staffing Network team.

Handling The Holidays

With a large number of employees still working remotely, and others being asked to curtail their activities due to the rising number of cases, how can you best handle the holidays? Here are some ideas.

Culture and caring are more important than ever today. Regardless of whether you celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, or others, this is … Read More ›

TVN Focus On Business | TV Recruiting Faces Pandemic Challenges

By Paige Albiniak | November 18, 2020 | 5:30 a.m. ET.

Just like so many other things, the pandemic has forced much of TV stations’ hiring processes to go virtual. Stations have made it work, even when it comes to such challenges as hiring new leaders — and relocating them, which multiplies the degree of difficulty … Read More ›

Media Staffing Network and Independent Broadcasters Association (IBA) Partner to Help Out-of-Work Radio Professionals Land

                       

Media Staffing Network and Independent Broadcasters Association (IBA) Partner to Help Out-of-Work Radio Professionals Land

Tools for Effective Resumes, Webinars on Job Search and More.

Phoenix AZ – November 18, 2020 – Media Staffing Network (MSN), specialists in recruitment and placement for media, has partnered with the Independent Broadcasters Association … Read More ›

Looking Towards the Future

 

Written by Laurie Kahn

As we soon say ‘good-bye’ to 2020, many of us still struggle to build and retain the people we need to achieve our budgets and goals. While this was a major issue during low unemployment, even with so many now unemployed, it can remain a struggle.

For continual success, just as we have … Read More ›

Activity appears to be improving for job seekers!

We are seeing new job postings and opportunities so please check our job board for new positions in CA, CO, AZ, and more.

As we wind up this crazy year, I want to offer a few words of advice. We saw 2020 start with an extremely tight job market where job seekers were in the ‘driver’s … Read More ›