If you have a degree in communications of journalism and a familiarity with local highways and traffic patterns, you could be! The Triangle Traffic Network is looking for a part-time traffic anchor and producer to work out of their Raleigh-Durham traffic studio during morning and evening drive times. Candidates who can speak Spanish and/or are familiar with Adobe Audition software will get special consideration. Go here for more deets!
By: The Point Staff
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