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(4/11)
PHOTOGRAPHER (WTVR) Richmond, VA Interested in joining a team of award-winning storytellers and photojournalists? WTVR-CBS 6 in Richmond, VA is looking for a talented Full-time News Photojournalist. WTVR has been an NPPA Medium Market Television Station of the Year finalist three years in row, while winning the overall award in 2015. We're looking for someone who is a skilled shooter, editor and storyteller. We encourage and seek to help each photojournalist grow through critiques, mentoring and becoming a member of the NPPA. Through communication and teamwork with our reporters, we produce stories with seamless audio, crisp natural sound, and moments that add meaning to them. We work together to find compelling characters that give our viewers insight into our community. Responsibilities will include operating ENG/SNG live trucks and mobile transmitting devices. Candidates should possess strong news judgment, excellent technical skills and the ability to work well under deadline. A strong working knowledge of Final Cut X is a plus. A valid driver's license and a good driving record is a must. Please visit www.tribunemediacareers.com to apply online. Also include a link to your reel. EOE.
[24278 From: T'Kia Wilkins]

(4/5)
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY APPRENTICESHIP (GO TO TEAM) Dallas, TX 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 seventeen 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 Dallas, TX, and you will work regularly with our Go To Team Cameraman, Nate Galluppi, for clients like Turner Sports, CNBC, The Golf Channel, Fox Sports, NFL Network & ESPN. 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 Dallas 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 Dallas, and build you to become a Director of Photography for us. If you want to live full time in Dallas, 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: Multi Year Contract video production video crew sports nbc news NASCAR Los Angeles HD fox sports director of photography Charlotte Atlanta abc news video production camera crew 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. Do not send us multiple links to your work. This needs to be a unique reel to Go To Team meeting the requirements above. One hint... watch 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 May 15th. Reels received after the May 15th deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Reels will be accepted two ways. 1. Email a downloadable link to your reel via vimeo or dropbox to dallas_apprentice@gototeam.com. 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: Nate Galluppi 14902 Preston Rd Box #404-752 Dallas, TX, 75254 For updates on the hiring process, please follow our facebook page. http://fb.com/gototeam
[24277 From: Kristina Wakefield]

(4/4)
PHOTOJOURNALIST (KSPR) Springfield, MO KSPR, the award-winning ABC affiliate in Springfield, MO is looking for a photojournalist who is excited about covering local news. The successful candidate must have passion for news and video photography. Must be willing to brainstorm ideas and shoot off-the-shoulder active live shots and creative standups. Will be responsible for both vo/sots and pkgs. Must be able to shoot stories both with a reporter and on your own. We want someone who is creative and doesn't use a lot of file or meeting video. Candidate must appreciate constructive critique and feedback on stories and photography. We are an all HD station, shoot P2 and have a late model SNG/ENG truck. KSPR has received more than 150 awards over the past few years, including the Edward R. Murrow regional and national awards for best newscast, Missouri Broadcast Association station of the year and the Kansas City Press Club station of the year (4 years in a row!). We're seeking someone with 1-3 years of experience in the television news field, along with experience with digital video cameras, newsroom software, and non-linear editing. A college degree in Journalism or a related field is required, as is a valid driver's license with a good driving record. Essential Functions: Gather, help write, shoot and edit news stories for on-air and online in the most accurate, appealing, timely and creative way using all sources Shoot "live" on the scene, especially during breaking news for on-air, online and social media Conduct interviews in the field Able to communicate clearly Ability to shoot video in sequences that help tell the story for on-air and online Demonstrate sound news judgment, collaborate with others to present the story in the best way Must be able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a daily basis Participate in story selection process through meetings, regularly contribute story ideas Post and regularly update stories, especially video and other material on the web, often remotely while traveling Must update social media sites daily, including Facebook and Twitter Communicate with the web staff and other appropriate staff members during breaking news Follow clothing guidelines. Must be a visual storyteller; help with creative stand-ups and explanatory live shorts Evenings, weekends, and some holidays may be required Possess a broad and working knowledge of the viewing area, including people, places, things, and history Strong initiative and attention to detail is required Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment Must have working knowledge of ENG trucks Must be willing to learn operation of SNG truck Must be capable of utilizing 3 point lighting Must be able to operate station vehicles as needed Use knowledge of appropriate lighting to enhance overall news presentation Critique, feedback, and training are part of the job Perform other job-related duties as assigned Requirements: Basic computer knowledge, including newsroom software (such as ENPS), Microsoft applications, and Internet use Ability to shoot and edit video with digital cameras Able to produce and post content to our websites Able to work independently with limited supervision Work well in a team environment Ability to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure Strong initiative and attention to detail Demonstrate solid news judgment and journalistic ethics Maintain professional and ethical conduct at the station and in the community Ability to maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving in a manner that will mesh well with co-workers, supervisors and viewers Strong research skills, including the ability to navigate online search engines Must stay current with national and local news/weather Operate live ENG equipment and vehicles Collect information by interviewing and taking notes Attendance at editor meetings is required Ability to communicate with the web staff during breaking news/daily story process Working knowledge of local geography and road routes is strongly preferred. Must be good at following maps/GPS Working Conditions: Requires indoor work 40% of the time, standing or walking 60% of the time, and a lot of driving A lot of outdoor work in all weather conditions is to be expected in this position. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time while carrying equipment up to 60 lbs. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is required to stand, walk, talk, hear, use hands and fingers, reach, grab, handle or feel, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl, regularly sit, talk, and hear. Some nights, mornings, weekends and holidays will be required. Schedule changes should be expected Occasional local and national travel is required Licensing Requirements: Must hold a valid Missouri driver's license and be insurable. To Apply: www.gray.tv/applynow KSPR is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer All job offers are contingent upon passing a pre-employment drug screen and an acceptable driving record for driving positions. This job description does not necessarily contain all of the actual or essential duties of this position.
[24276 From: Janet Furneaux]

(3/25)
ONE MAN BAND REPORTER (RNN) NJ/Hudson Valley POSITION SUMMARY The "One Man Band" reporter will write, produce, shoot and edit news stories for daily broadcasts. CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR NEW JERSEY AND HUDSON VALLEY ZONES KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Generate story ideas and pitch the ideas to Producers, Executive Producers, and News Director. Monitor and keep track of local news related events by way of email/phone tips, Associated Press "day schedule events" and newswires, local newspapers, and websites. Prepare and research stories to cover and questions to ask during interviews as directed by producer and/or news director. Field produce stories (at least 2 per day) as a one-man-band reporter by arranging on-camera interviews, stand-ups, and b-roll footage; this includes scheduling, framing, and blocking. Maintain, transport, and understand how to operate ENG equipment. Perform as videographer/editor by gathering story elements on shoots. Execute both live and taped reports in the field or in studio as directed. Screen and transcribe field tapes. Prepare reporter's script in accordance with news manager's approval and deadline. Enter story elements including script, supers, and running time into ENPS (station's editorial news platform). Voice track (record narration) by way of Final Cut Pro (station's editing software). Edit material in accordance using Final Cut Pro. Send digital files to Transmission using News queue (station's digital transfer system). EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Communication or related and a minimum of 1-2 years professional news reporting experience. CRITICAL COMPETENCIES FOR SUCCESS: A passion for the news Proven track record of demonstrative storytelling, and an engaging on-air presence Excellent oral and written communication skills Versatility and adaptability; you will be expected to change stories daily and "chase" breaking news as directed by station's assignment desk Willingness to ask tough questions and demand answers from politicians, business leaders, and police and community officials Must have a NY or NJ valid drivers' license and submit to a background check Must be able to work nights, overnights, holidays and weekends shifts MUST USE YOUR OWN VEHICLE
[24275 From: Yolanda Evangelista-Wynne]

(3/1)
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY 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: Multi Year Contract video production video crew sports nbc news NASCAR Los Angeles HD fox sports director of photography Charlotte Atlanta abc news video production camera crew 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 hint... watch 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 April 1st. Reels received after the April 1st deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Reels will be accepted two ways. 1. Email a downloadable link to your reel via vimeo or dropbox to ATLapprentice@gototeam.com . 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
[24274 From: Kristie Wakefield]

(3/1)
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY APPRENTICESHIP (GO TO TEAM) Charleston, SC 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 Charleston, SC and you will work regularly with our Go To Team Director of Photography, Dave Baker, for clients like NBC, NFL Network, CBS Entertainment, ESPN, Fox Sports, The Golf Channel, ABC news and E!. 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 Charleston 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 Charleston, and build you to become a Director of Photography for us. If you want to live full time in Charleston, 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: Multi Year Contract video production video crew sports nbc news NASCAR Los Angeles HD fox sports director of photography Charlotte Atlanta abc news video production camera crew 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 hint...watch 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 April 1st. Reels received after the April 1st deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Reels will be accepted two ways. 1. Email a downloadable link to your reel via vimeo or dropbox to CHS_Apprentice@gototeam.com . 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: Dave Baker - 1317-M North Main Street #213 , Summerville ‎ SC‎ 29483 For updates on the hiring process, please follow our facebook page (http://fb.com/gototeam).
[24273 From: Kristie Wakefield]

(2/25)
PHOTOJOURNALIST (WWBT) Richmond, VA WWBT/NBC12, Richmond, VA seeks motivated Photojournalist with minimum 3 years news videography experience to join our team. Successful candidate will have proven initiative in newsgathering on all platforms, ENG cameras and video editing (Edius). Responsible for maintaining assigned gear, operating ENG trucks and live devices. Candidate will also be required to contribute content to digital platforms. Must be willing and able to work a variety of shifts including but not limited to mornings, afternoons, evenings, late nights, holidays and weekends. Valid driver's license, proof of insurance, and a good driving record required. Qualified candidates ONLY apply online at https://careers- raycommedia.icims.com. Also include links to your work. Drug Screen & MVR check required. EOE M/F/D/V.
[24272 From: Judy Gibson]

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