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WCSH 6 Multimedia Producer

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WCSH 6, the #1 television station and NBC affiliate in Portland, Maine, is looking for a hands-on MultiMedia Producer in our Creative Services Department. You'll be part of a creative team that is inspired by living in a beautiful city with access to the ocean, lakes and mountains! The sucessful candidate will be responsible for turning out station brand messages for a variety of our products and initiatives. The department's mission also supports sales related projects including client commercials. 

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WCSH 6 Multimedia Account Specialist

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The top television website in Maine is looking for a Multimedia Account Specialist for business development and customer retention across all of WCSH's digital and social platforms. This is a great opportunity with Gannett, one of the largest media companies in the world.

This position will require the person selected to be a team player on a top flight sales force. You will present solutions to new and existing customers across all of our digital platforms, including WCSH6.com, WLBZ2.com, our mobile sites and a unique partnership with Yahoo! Tools, training and a motivating environment are provided to help achieve career goals and personal growth. Compensation includes a base salary plus commission, with uncapped potential.

Mid Coast Hospital Announces First Baby of 2012 Born in Brunswick

Mid Coast Hospital Announces First Baby of 2012 Born in Brunswick

Mid Coast Hospital Announces First Baby of 2012 Born in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Ushering in 2012, Mid Coast Hospital announced today the birth of the first baby of the new year: A girl, Violet Amelia Beardsley born to Joey-Lynne Beardsley and Michael Elias Beardsley of Brunswick, Maine, on January 2, 2012 at 12:07 a.m.

As one of the first of Maine’s babies born in Maine this year, Violet will be among the first 2012 babies eligible to receive the $500 Harold Alfond College Challenge grant (Alfond Grant) to start a NextGen College Investing

Portland restaurants bring price in line with calories

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- Four Portland restaurants are kicking off the new year by offering calorie counters added motivation to shed a few pounds with lunch specials priced on their calorie count.

The Spartan Grill, El Rayo, Sebago Brewing Company and DiMillo's are taking part in the "Calories Count Lunch" from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday.

As an example, a pollo rice and bean bowl at El Rayo will sell for $5.56 because it has 556 calories, a savings of $1.94 from the regular price. Sebago Brewing will sell its baked haddock sandwich for $5.32, down from the normal price of $9.49.

The restaurants are teaming up with the city's obesity prevention initiative for the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forest Ave Hannaford gets robbed

PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Shortly after 1:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon, the Hannaford on Forest Ave. in Portland was robbed.

The suspect fled on foot with an undetermined amount of cash.  Portland Police say the suspect is a light-skinned male with a medium build and he was wearing a black pullover jacket and a scarf over his face. He did not show a weapon and police are still investigating the robbery.

If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to call Portland Police at 874-8575.

Piece of crane breaks off after crashing into bridge

FALMOUTH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- I-295 northbound is back open after a crash involving a crane this afternoon.

State Police say that the crane was too tall for an overpass the driver was attempted to navigate. The crane slammed into the bridge, causing a piece of the crane to go flying into the road.  That happened at around 2:30 this afternoon about a quarter of a mile before exit 10.  No one was injured and the bridge apparently did not sustain any serious structural damage.

Calories Count Lunch Makes It Easy to Keep 2012 Resolutions

Local restaurants offer lunch items at calorie count price on Tuesday, January 3rd.

January 3rd, Spartan Grill, El Rayo, Sebago Brewing Company, and DiMillo’s On the Water in partnership with the city’s obesity prevention initiative will kick off the New Year with a Calories Count Lunch. The local restaurants will offer a variety of lunch items at the price of their calorie count,  making the easy choice, the healthy choice for their patrons, and giving a boost to diners looking to keep their health and wellness resolutions for 2012.