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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 ›

Rethink, Retool, Respond, & Rebound

The team at MSN is doing well, staying healthy, and working. We hope you are too.

In this continuing time of uncertainty, there is one thing for sure – life as we knew it has changed. This is the time to consider and evaluate what will be different and how it will affect me, my business, my … Read More ›

Ways You Can Be More Productive as a Manager

First and foremost, we at Media Staffing Network wish good health to all.

We are all experiencing a crazy time, unlike anything most of us have ever seen. Many of you are working from home and trying to manage a team without seeing them in person on a daily basis. We know it can be daunting.

At … Read More ›

Media Staffing Perspective From 26-Year Veteran Laurie Kahn

Laurie Kahn has been helping media companies hire full-time employees since she founded Media Staffing Network in 1993. Given her broad and lengthy experience, I wanted to talk to her about the state of TV recruitment, how it has changed over the years and what advice she could offer to those TV companies that … Read More ›