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(8/28)
News Operations Manager (KPRC) 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. Qualifications: * 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 verification 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: Rhonda LaVelle 8181 Southwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77074 rlavelle@kprc.com No Phone Calls Please EOE
[24210 From: Will Gough]

(8/25)
CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER / NEWS TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR (WAKA/WNCF) Montgomery, AL CBS-8, WAKA-TV, and ABC MONTGOMERY, WNCF-TV AND THE ALABAMA NEWS NETWORK IS LOOKING FOR A CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER / NEWS TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR. Primary Responsibilities include but not limited to over-seeing all technical aspects of news, assisting in the maintenance of video equipment, live operations planning, training and execution, reviewing all news technology as it pertains to News and recommend what new technology to use. Candidate will also shoot general assignment and special news projects. Must also be able to supervise other photographers and manage schedules. Must be knowledgeable and be able to operate LiveU 4-G equipment for daily news broadcasts. Must be experienced in operating live microwave trucks and equipment. Proficient in final cut pro editing and delivering content through internet and FTP. At least two years television news experience. College degree preferred. Please send DVD or web link to jobs@waka.com or mail to Human Resources, Alabama News Network, 4001 Carmichael Road, Suite 100, Montgomery, AL 36106. No phone calls, please. EOE
[24209 From: Laura Ross]

(8/21)
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: Irhodes@wdiv.com - Ian Rhodes News Technical Operations Manager DaveK@wdiv.com - Dave Klein Chief Photographer
[24208 From: Dave Klein]

(8/18)
PHOTOJOURNALIST (WAKA/WNCF) 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 Montgomery, AL. 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 jobs@waka.com. No phone calls, please.
[24207 From: Laura Ross]

(8/10)
PHOTOJOURNALIST (KXAN) Austin, TX Photojournalist KXAN News is now accepting resumes for a FT news photojournalist with proven multi-platform skills. Austin, now DMA 39, is a highly-desired market that's rapidly growing. Be part of a newsroom that values your story ideas, and encourages creative and compelling storytelling. KXAN News focuses on in-depth, investigative coverage. Experience: Education/Experience: High School Diploma or GED is required. A Bachelor's degree or equivalent in broadcasting, journalism, or related field preferred. Minimum of 2 years video photography in a medium or major market TV News station preferred. Training/Equipment: Operate live trucks and camera equipment. Requirements: Shoots and edits news video stories, including daily news, special news, features, sports and live events. Takes direction from, and interact with, the assignment desk, producers, reporters, anchors and production control room personnel. Maintains and operates camera equipment as well as company vehicle safely and efficiently. Additional Information: Position requires the transport of equipment weighing up to 60 lbs. Position often requires work in extreme outdoor temperatures. A valid driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Contact: Qualified candidates should apply at: http://kxan.com/work-for-us/ Please include a link to work online. ********* EOE/MINORITIES/FEMALES/VETERANS/DISABLED *********
[24206 From: Rachel Steading]

(7/30)
ASSOCIATE PROD./DIRECTOR (Mississippi Public Broadcastin) Jackson, MI JOB TITLE: Associate Producer/Director DEPARTMENT: Production ANNUAL ENTRY SALARY: $25,043.90 JOB DESCRIPTION: Mississippi Public Broadcasting is seeking an Associate Producer/Director to assist in the production of broadcast and new media programming. Position requires familiarity in directing, producing, writing, lighting, small format video, editing and graphic arts. The incumbent will assist producers and directors and must make mature judgments and exhibit leadership potential for the assimilation of all details of the total production package, and must operate as a creative force within a team of production personnel. This position is classified as State Service, Non-Exempt. ESSENTIAL DUTIES INCLUDE: * Conducts research on both prospective story subject matter and on subject themselves. * Operates studio and control room equipment, including but not limited to camera and telescripter. * Offline edits project under guidance of producer. * Accurately determines content for credits, name keys, and other text information. * Logs tapes and keeps track of rights files MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Radio/Television/Film or a related field; Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED), (AND) four (4) years of experience in work related to the described duties; Above graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED), directly related education and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. HOW TO APPLY: * Applicants must go online to Mississippi State Personnel Board * Click on Job Seekers * This will take you to the "JOB OPENINGS" page. Read instructions thoroughly to apply for job opening. Closing Date: August 7, 2015
[24205 From: Gearlletha Stevens]

(7/8)
CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER (WTHR) Indianapolis, IN WTHR, the top rated NBC affiliate in Indianapolis, Indiana is looking for a chief photographer to lead a staff of award winning photojournalists and editors and maintain the highest visual storytelling standards. The position will be responsible for training, scheduling and supervising more than 2 dozen employees as well as keeping our current equipment in top form. This position will also work closely with engineering to make sure the WTHR vehicle fleet is in proper working order. You will be the primary gatekeeper for the visual standards both on air and online. You will work closely with photographers on a day to day basis to insure compelling and distinctive storytelling that sets WTHR apart from its competitors. Ideal candidates will have at least 5 years of shooting experience with a proven track record of supervising or management. Interested candidates msut apply directly via our careers page at www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers. Include links to your work via YouTube, Vimeo, etc in your resume or cover letter. EOE
[24204 From: Cherilyn Stephens]

(7/8)
NEWS PHOTOJOURNALIST (WTHR) Indianapolis, IN The NBC affiliate in Indianapolis, IN is looking for a tech savvy, innovative and creative visual storyteller to join our award winning staff. We are the number #1 station in the market and a part of The Dispatch Broadcast Group, a family owned company that provides us with great resources. If you like to tell great stories, have a positive attitude, and thrive in a fast-paced, team environment, we want to hear from you. Knowledge of Edius, Aurora, P2, 4G bonded cellular technology, and ENG/SNG trucks are preferred. The successful candidate will also need familiarity with all distribution platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Internet, etc. We expect our photojournalists to collaborate with reporters, as appropriate, to conceptualize and produce creative and compelling content. Additional Requirements: * Minimum 2 years of experience as a TV News Photojournalist preferred. * Journalism and/or Mass Communication degree preferred. * Current driver's license and excellent driving history required. * You must be physically able to lift, carry and handle camera gear with or without accommodation. WTHR is constantly working to be one of the best visual storytelling stations in the country. We like when the staff participates in the NPPA TVQCC and the Best of Photojournalism contest. Interested candidates msut apply directly via our careers page at www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers. Include links to your work via YouTube, Vimeo, etc in your resume or cover letter. EOE
[24203 From: Cherilyn Stephens]

(7/7)
PHOTOJOURNALIST (WATE) Knoxville, TN WATE 6 On Your Side in Knoxville, Tennessee is looking for an experienced Photojournalist. Successful applicant must be passionate about shooting and editing great stories on a deadline. ENG/SNG experience is strongly preferred. Must have a strong work ethic and a good attitude. Also must be available to work nights, weekends, and holidays when necessary. If you are interested in working for an award winning news team, visit www.wate.com to apply. Please include resume and demo in your application. EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled. Background check and drug screen required. No phone calls, please.
[24202 From: Melanie Morris]

(6/30)
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 www.scripps.com/careers. EOE
[24200 From: Jason Boyd]

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