February 04, 2020

Office / Clerical



The Broadcast Traffic Coordinator traffics media from creative agency to vendors, with a focus on and expertise with media traffic within the television/movie/entertainment industry.   The Traffic Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager but must operate autonomously and exercise independent judgment in determining deadlines and priorities.  



  • Create and Distribute Traffic logs for Multiple National & International Networks as well as many affiliate stations 
  • Primary contact for assigned client or business – involves heavy client contact 
  • Manages ISCI assignments and production schedules 
  • Troubleshoots and problem solves for the client – picks up any inconsistencies and ensures they are resolved quickly and correctly 
  • Has full knowledge of client’s business and maintains reference files for Traffic 
  • Pulls daily traffic reports from DDS (Digital Distribution Service) and monitors buy activity 
  • Generates traffic instructions and shipping materials 
  • Receives commercial production status information from client creatives 
  • Receives buy specs from media groups 
  • In direct communication w/ buyers on units purchased and in system – if last minute, these situations may require issuance of manual instructions 
  • Works directly with digital and tape duplication vendors – issues purchase orders, provides ship lists 
  • Receives commercial rotation/copy instructions from client 
  • Responsible for confirmation receipts on both traffic instructions and commercial material delivery 
  • Issues copies of traffic instructions and purchase orders to client 
  • Works with buyers to resolve discrepancies on vendor invoices post-air 
  • Handles issues related to clients that fall within his/her assigned client list and do not require the Traffic Director 
  • Maintains solid working relationships with other dept. managers that directly affect Traffic 
  • Provides training, development, and guidance to junior level traffic staff   



  • No less than 3 years experience in broadcast trafficking 
  • Traffic experience in television/movie/entertainment business 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Myers Protrack, Wide Orbit 
  • Exceptional organizational skills 
  • Ability to maintain high level of attention to detail on all projects 
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, work well under pressure with minimal supervision, and adapt on the fly to changing business demands  
  • Excellent problem solving skills 
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills


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