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PHOTOGRAPHERS (3) (KMTV) Omaha, NE KMTV (CBS) in Omaha, NE, has three openings for full-time photographers. One is for our morning show M-F. The other two are for weekend/weekday/weeknight shifts. We are owned by E.W. Scripps and shoot on JVC and P2. We shoot and edit video according to NPPA storytelling standards. Candidates must be able to operate electronic news gathering equipment including a live truck and live backpacks for the coverage of a wide variety of news stories for use in television newscasts; will be trained to operate the satellite truck; screen and log news and sports video; must be able to work well with reporters and independently in the news gathering process; must be capable of field producing recorded and live news events; must be a proficient editor on Edius or similar non-linear editing system; will be trained to move stories to our web site; must present story ideas that are timely and must be able to cover a week long on-call shift. Candidates must be able to work a variety of shifts and overtime as needed to cover breaking news; must be able to operate, maintain and protect all assigned equipment and vehicles; must have strong journalistic judgment and storytelling skills to support role as a photojournalist and field producer; ability to function and problem solve in extreme conditions and under extreme deadline pressure; must be able to represent KMTV well while interacting with the public. Candidates must have a valid driver's license, clean driving record and proof of insurability. Must complete a drug screen and background check upon offer of employment. To apply, go to EOE
[24200 From: Jason Boyd]

NEWS OPS MANAGER (KPRC) Houston, TX KPRC-TV Channel 2, the Graham Media Group owned - NBC affiliate in Houston, Texas is looking for an individual who thrives in a fast-paced environment with daily deadlines and changing priorities. The News Operations Manager is responsible for ensuring the superior quality of KPRC2 News video, audio and digital presentation. This individual is the technology guru of the newsroom, constantly correcting, evaluating and implementing digital newsgathering solutions. Responsibilities: Provide strategic, logistical planning, and insight to upcoming events, special programs and/or elements to be included in news coverage. Lead, develop, and coordinate electronic and digital news gathering operations: video gathering, editing, remote broadcasts, microwave, SNG trucks and field shop maintenance. Provide technical guidance, training, and leadership for editorial and newsgathering personnel, including photographers, editors and others as assigned. Ensure necessary equipment is in place and in working order to support assigned employees. Oversee staffing and supervisory duties, including hiring, performance management, scheduling, and evaluation of photographers and editors. Mentor and develop news employees' technology skills, especially in the use of digital and wireless tools. Work with News Director and Engineering Department to plan and manage the TV News operating and capital budgets. Plan, supervise, and track operational expenditures. Budget, plan, and manage large remote broadcasts including breaking news and special events. Responsible for maintaining station disaster recovery procedures for News team. NOTE: All of the essential functions of this position are not necessarily described in this posting. * Minimum 3 years direct operations management experience in a local television or network environment. * Minimum 10 years' experience in newsgathering and/or production. * Experience supervising, training, coaching and motivating a team. Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a pre-employment physical exam and drug screening, investigative background check, employment/education verifications and reference checks. You must hold a valid driver's license and be insurable under Texas Law. To apply please send resume via email or mail to: 8181 Southwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77074 No Phone Calls Please. EOE.
[24199 From: Will Gough]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (KPRC) Houston, TX Responsibilities: KPRC Channel 2, the Graham Holdings owned/NBC affiliate in Houston, has an immediate opening for a Photojournalist. * Excellent photographer in Newsgathering & News production * Must be self-motivated, collaborative and possess a high level of creativity to tell stories with sound and images; strong NPPA-style preferred * Able to work independently and capture informative and reliable newsgathering video and audio for broadcast * Possess strong news judgment and digital media savvy * Work with others efficiently under daily deadline pressure * Must be fully knowledgeable in all aspects of ENG field operations * Must be proficient working with Edius edit v.5, or newer systems * Must be able to operate a microwave truck; satellite truck experience is a plus * Must have strong understanding of computer/IT workflows * Must understand File Transfer Protocols * Solve technical issues in the field NOTE: All of the essential functions of this position are not necessarily described in this posting. * Degree in Broadcast Journalism/Production * Must be able to work evenings, weekends & holidays as required and be regularly on-call to resolve issues Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a pre-employment physical exam and drug screening, investigative background check, employment/education verifications and reference checks. You must hold a valid driver's license and be insurable under Texas Law. Location: 8181 Southwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77074 Send resume and demo reel to: Director of News Operations Houston, TX 77252 No Phone Calls Please. EOE
[24198 From: Will Gough]

NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER (WVLT) Knoxville, TN Are you a creative person with a good eye for storytelling, great work ethic and a positive attitude? WVLT Local 8 News has an excellent full-time opportunity for an experienced News Photographer. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Shooting video and stills for our digital platforms and gathering information in the field, Operating Live Trucks and laptop editors, as well as new live portable technology in the field. Collaborating with reporters and producers on stories. Maintaining equipment and vehicles as assigned by Chief Photographer. QUALIFICATIONS: Capable of working under pressure and meeting daily deadlines in a high-energy work environment. Good communications skills, able to multi-task efficiently. Two years experience in news photography and non-linear editing. Must be available to work all shifts and have a clean driving record. Knowledge of Sony PMW-200 / 300 and Edius 7 a plus. Ability to operate a live ENG vehicle is required. Job responsibilities are subject to change at the discretion of management To apply for this position send your resume and a link of your work to or Non-returnable DVD to: WVLT-TV Attention: Chief Photographer 6450 Papermill Drive 37919 Gray Television Group, Inc. is a drug-free company requiring pre-employment drug and background testing. WVLT/Gray Television participates in E-Verify. EOE
[24197 From: Keith Smith]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (WAKA) Montgomery, AL Alabama News Network is accepting applications for a Photojournalist position for the local CBS affiliate, WAKA-TV and the local ABC affiliate WNCF-TV in . We are looking for a team oriented, hard working, and multi- talented individual to cover daily assignments. The successful candidate should possess excellent videography, lighting and non-linear editing skills. Experience with HD Camera Operation and operating ENG equipment is a plus. This position also calls for previous experience operating microwave live trucks. The ability to lift and carry 40 lbs. equipment on a daily basis is required. Some college or technical school training preferred. This is a full time position and offers benefits. Please send tape or link with resume to Human Resources, WAKA-TV, 4001 Carmichael Road, Suite 100, Montgomery, AL 36106 or email No phone calls, please.
[24196 From: Laura Ross]

WEEKEND TRUCK OPERATOR (RNN) Rye Brook, NY POSITION SUMMARY: WEEKEND TRUCK OPERATOR, The Truck Operator works closely with the Assignment Desk. TO takes daily assignments and responds promptly, driving the DSNG vehicle to breaking news locations. TO uses best practices to establish live transmission from the location. TO will shoot video, including VO, SOTS, reporters' packages, live shots, and other material as needed. TO maintains communications with the Assignment Desk, producers, and Ingest Departments throughout the shift. They oversee safety practices at their location. TO will do regular inspection checks on all of the equipment and submit weekly written reports. TO is expected to perform minor repairs, maintenance, and cleaning on the vehicles and equipment. Candidate must have a strong working knowledge of the following areas: 1. Microwave, satellite and cellular transmission 2. Audio and video production techniques, especially lighting. 3. Audio and video production standards 4. Safety practices 5. New York City and surrounding area geography 6. Basic electrical systems 7. Basic electronics EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE * Bachelor's degree or relevant experience preferred. * 1 year minimum doing field work in the industry. Relevant experience will be considered. * PLEASE APPLY ONLINE https://rnntv- 178 * PLEASE MENTION B-ROLL.NET AS YOUR SOURCE
[24195 From: Yolanda Evangelista-Wynne]

WEEKEND VIDEOGRAPHER (RNN) New York, NY POSITION SUMMARY: WEEKEND VIDEOGRAPHER The videographer is responsible for capturing images and recording on video tape in addition to editing footage. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: * Videotapes news and special programming for production using video camera equipment; makes technical decisions regarding appropriate lighting, shooting angle and placement and type of microphone; receives explicit instruction from the producer regarding assignment * Edits and assembles final visual/audio program material; ensures consistency and relevancy to production; monitors technical quality of end product * Assists producer/director regarding preconceived ideas and physical realities of production setting * Test all equipment to determine technical quality of recording, audio and lighting apparatus prior to operation the field * Oversees the security, operation and maintenance of equipment utilized in shooting and editing * Digitally edit video * Driving to locations, setting up and operating equipment CRITICAL COMPETENCIES FOR SUCCESS: * Knowledge of TV broadcasting rules and regulation * Knowledge of field production techniques and standards * Skill in visualizing and shooting concepts effectively * Excellent work ethic PLEASE APPLY ONLINE PLEASE MENTION B-ROLL.NET AS YOUR SOURCE
[24194 From: Yolanda Evangelista-Wynne]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (KOCO) Oklahoma City, OK KOCO Hearst Television's ABC affiliate in Oklahoma City, OK has a full-time opening for a news photographer to shoot and edit local news. Responsibilities: * Shooting and editing of vo's, vo-spots and packages for Broadcast Air and On-line postings * Safe and efficient operation of ENG and D-SNG trucks * Working with the Assignment Desk and Reporters to cover daily stories. Requirements: * Carry 30 pounds of equipment and a 10-12 pound tripod. * Drive news vehicles and ENG/D-SNG trucks. * Candidates must have a Valid Driver's License; Vehicle Record check required. Education: * Bachelor or Associate Degree in photography, journalism or related field. * Experience in lieu of education will be considered. Experience: * At least one year of experience in a television newsroom. * Must have computer and software experience; non-linear editing experience. * Must be a strong storyteller and an independent problem-solver. To apply: Please visit to apply EOE M/F/D/V
[24193 From: Chelsea Swinford]

ENG PHOTOJOURNALIST (WDIV) Detroit, MI "It's better than good, it's done" did not make us the number one TV station in Detroit. Our photojournalists proudly earn that top shelf distinction daily by creating captivating, compelling, award-winning stories. WDIV is adding another talented dynamic storyteller to our team where Emmys and Edward R. Murrows are the norm. Our ideal candidate exemplifies the NPPA standard of compelling sequential video, with meaningful natural sound, to build captivating stories. This passionate storyteller will be technically astute with GoPros, DSLRs, FTP, Mobile, excellent production and nonlinear editing. Video editing skills are a must. Passionate storytellers excel in the edit. Our photojournalist master multitasking and thrive in a fast- paced newsroom. The best candidate will be a positive, highly motivated, creative self- starter, with a strong work ethic. Their skill set and daily approach will invigorate the staff. This team player and their relentless positive attitude, will fuel our newsrooms' creative juices. The right photojournalist must conduct themselves in an extremely professional manner because they may be asked to work with highly sensitive topics as a part of our special projects department. Anyone can shoot a new story. We develop team players with a special eye for wrapping memorable moments in riveting fashion. Qualifications -Minimum 4-5 Years Professional News Photography Experience -Exceptional Non-Linear Editing, lighting and production skills required -Eye for Innovative Storytelling -Knowledge and experience with FTP -Valid Driver's License and Clean Driving Record -Microwave Truck Experience -The ability and willingness to adapt to new and innovative technology Please Only Email Resumes and Demo Reels Links to: - Ian Rhodes News Technical Operations Manager - Dave Klein Chief Photographer Note: All of the essential functions of this position are not necessarily described in this posting. EOE.
[24192 From: Dave Klein]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (WWBT) Richmond, VA NBC12, Richmond's No. 1 news operation seeks Photojournalist with 3 years experience and proven initiative in news gathering. Qualified applicants only apply on-line and attach links to your work at: Drug/MVR Screening required. EOE M/F/D/V
[24190 From: Judy Gibson]

Cameraman Apprenticeship (GO TO TEAM) Atlanta, GA Are you a passionate storyteller who's ready to take your shooting to the next level? Go To Team is offering a unique opportunity to Cameramen in local news and production positions; including, Chief Photographers as our next camera person. This position is designed for video/digital format shooters (not still photographers... no offense) that want to gain the experience needed to shoot, run audio, and light at the highest level. We have successfully run this apprenticeship for Fifteen years and all of our former apprentices are now full-time Directors of Photography or on their way to becoming one for Go To Team. This position is initially based in Atlanta, GA, and you will work regularly with our Go To Team Cameraman, Jeff McGovern, for clients like Turner Sports, The Golf Channel, MLB Network, A.Smith, HGTV, Scripps Networks, Fox Sports & NBC News. You will be working as a camera assist, running audio, and lighting while learning every aspect of high-end video production. This position has a heavy travel schedule taking the crew outside of Atlanta regularly. At the end of the Apprenticeship phase (8-12 months) we'll move you into a full-time Cameraman position, in your own city outside of Atlanta, and build you to become a Director of Photography for us. If you want to live full time in Atlanta, this position is not for you. We often work odd hours on short notice where some weeks are busier than others. Lots of driving and heavy travel are guaranteed. Our crews drive hundreds of miles before and after shooting on a regular basis. If you do not like to drive, this position isn't for you. Experience in PA, Audio and Grip work are a plus. However, a solid reel and hard working attitude are key. Requirements: Valid Drivers License, Passport, Dependable Vehicle, but most of all a strong desire to be the best. Yearly Salary: $30,000 Term: 3 Year Contract This is designed for talented storytellers that are cameramen who want to shoot at their best. Federal Apprenticeship guidelines require at least a college degree or 2 years of work related experience. There is only one way to apply. Tell us a story with material that you've shot. While student films are interesting they're not what we do on a daily basis. 98% of what we shoot is "make you care" pieces for Major sports, news and entertainment companies. Make your reel 3 minutes max. We need to see interviews and B-Roll. Color and time lapses are a plus, but put together one cohesive demo reel that tells us about you (stylistically) from behind the lens. Don not send us multiple links to your work. This needs to be a unique reel to Go To Team meeting the requirements above. One the reels on our website. All Applicants must have a reel. No exceptions. Applicants without reel will not be accepted. Please include an email address. Reels and Resumes will be accepted on or before June 15th. Reels received after the June 15th deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Reels will be accepted two ways. Email a downloadable link to your reel via vimeo or dropbox to . Make sure to attach your cover letter and resume in the email. 2) Mail 1 DVD or Thumb Drive Reel and Resume to our box listed below. Mail Reel and Resume to: Jeff McGovern 4480-h South Cobb drive Box # 355, Smyrna, GA 30080 For updates on the hiring process, please follow our facebook page
[24189 From: Courtney Crosby]

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