Open Positions at WAGT

Part-Time Producer

WRDW-WAGT’s Award-winning news team is growing and now offering entry-level positions for part-time producers.

Multimedia Journalist

Looking for Multimedia Journalist who knows how to enterprise lead stories.


Candidate will coordinate efforts of anchors, reporters, editors and directors to craft accurate, visual and compelling newscasts to attract the largest available audience. You must be a strong broadcast-style writer and verbal communicator who will contribute to story meetings and execute branding and vision to assigned newscast(s). Producers also post to our digital platforms throughout the day and are responsible for selecting content, approving scripts, ordering graphics and calling/emailing sources to gain/update information.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1212
Augusta, GA 30903
1301 Georgia Avenue
North Augusta, SC 29841

Main Telephone: (803) 278-1212
Newsroom: (803) 278-3111
Fax: (803) 442-4561

Newsroom Tips & Information:

On Your Side:

President & General Manager: Mike Oates

VP of News & Operations: Estelle Parsley

Programming & Employment: Judi Tredore

News Assignments Manager: Danalynn McIntyre

Sports: Kevin Faigle

Chief Photojournalist and Satellite Truck Operator: Andrew Everett

Chief Engineer: Ed Elser

Marketing/Promotions: Mark Hodges

Creative Services Coordinator: Emily Greene

Advertising: Angie Doolittle

Website & Digital Content: Robert Magobet

Click here for all account executives' contact information.

News 12 Internships
News 12 interns must be seeking a degree in communications or broadcast journalism and have the recommendation of their adviser. All internships are non-paid, so students must show proof they'll receive college credit for their work. Applicants must pass a drug screening.

Send cover letter, resume and letter of recommendation to:
WRDW-TV News 12
Attn: Internship Coordinator
P.O. Box 1212
Augusta, GA 30903

News Video Requests
To request a DVD or digital copy of a news story or interview seen on News 12 newscasts, visit Metro Monitor or call 1-800-861-5255.

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