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Sales Account Executive (KFDM) - Sinclair Broadcast Group (beaumont, TX)

Sales Account Executive (KFDM) JOB CODE: BEA01034 Type: Full Time Make your mark in Broadcasting. Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc is one of the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies in the nation, programming 140 stations located in 72 geographically diverse markets after pending transactions. Our success is the result of extraordinary employees and an exemplary management team who believes in a vision and is dedicated to making Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc a communications powerhouse.We are advancing the world of Broadcasting and we want YOU to join our winning team KFDM, the top rated station and CBS affiliate in Southeast Texas, is seeking an enthusiastic, highly motivated Sales Account Executive to sell commercial advertising time to local businesses and advertising agencies. Your responsibilities will include: Prospect customers and lead generation Sell commercial advertising time and other station products to local advertisers Attain budgeted revenue goals through effective solicitations, promotions and service Selling Social Media across all formats on:line, mobile, Facebook and additional digital initiatives Qualifications: Experience in selling Social Media Platforms Strong organizational, written and presentation skills Competitive, energetic and self:starter Ability to overcome objections Enjoy a fast paced environment with a desire to win Professional appearance a must Our Account Executives are some of the highest commissioned sales people in the industry. If you are interested in selling some of the best media in Beaumont, we want to hear from you. No phone calls, please. CB 07/20/2013 Source:

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