Questions and Answers about Nexstar Broadcasting

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It can be a very fast pace work environment, but once you've learned the job and how to balance everything out it's not stressful.

Answered - Master Control Operator (Current Employee) - Abilene, TX

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In the lower Rio Grande Valley, the sales department was micro managed considering it was a commission only position. AE handles every aspect of sales. You wrote your scripts, commercial message, write contract run spots, send invoice and make sure client paid. AR meetings were held monthly. Mandatory Sales meetings were held weekly in alternate cities. Not much help offered from sales Dept. Sales training were mandatory and online. Morning roll call “call-ins” were mandatory. Sales manager often moody, cocky, demeaning and rude with “certain” account executives. Other Dept staff was often available and helpful.


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Political and non authentic

Answered - Employee (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL

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There is a culture where sales reps are at fault for everything.

Answered - AE (Current Employee) - Harrisburg, PA

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Answered - Production Assistant (Former Employee) - Shreveport, LA

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