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TV NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER (WRAL) Raleigh, NC WRAL-TV in Raleigh is seeking an individual to shoot and edit news stories and special projects. Individual must be a creative storyteller and produce active liveshots consistently. This position requires sound news judgment, a positive attitude, strong interpersonal skills, and flexibility in work schedules and assignments. This person must be able to travel on assignment and possess a wide range of technical skills, to include operation of live trucks. Five years of news photography and non-linear editing experience required. Experience in the operation of microwave trucks is required and satellite truck operation experience is preferred. Applicants must have a valid driver's license with a safe driving record and the ability to gain a DOT health certificate. A pre-employment drug screening is required. All candidates must apply online at EOE M/F. All Capitol Broadcasting Company properties are tobacco free. Capitol Broadcasting Company participates in E-Verify.
[24268 From: Mary Eaton]

FREELANCE NEWS PHOTOGRAPHERS (WABC) New York, NY WABC-TV, New York, is seeking experienced News Photographers for freelance employment. Successful candidates will have a proven track record in the fast-paced environment of daily newsgathering. Skills needed: * Microwave truck * Dejero/LiveU transmission * Excellent technical and creative abilities * Able to edit packages under tight deadlines * Experience as one person crew (shoot, edit, live shots) Special consideration given to those with experience in RF operations: * Tune in microwave signals and assign to receivers * Manually tune in satellite signals * Able to multi-task between multiple crews calling to establish signals * Adaptable to ever-changing situations * Maintains cool head when communicating with crews and in-house staff. Knowledge of tri-state area important. Must be willing to work day, night, overnight, and weekend shifts. Interested applicants should send their resumes to: NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. WABC-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Female / Minority / Disability / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity
[24267 From: Rebecca Ressy]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (WBBH) Fort Meyers, FL The photojournalist is responsible for creating quality multimedia storytelling using photography and videography that accurately informs, entertains and engages our audience for daily newscasts. NPPA style of shooting and editing preferred. At least one year experience of running "live trucks" is required. Come join our award winning team of photojournalists! EOE Please send cover letter and resume to: Laura Tourt - Manager - Human Resources Waterman Broadcasting 3719 Central Ave. Ft. Myers FL 33901
[24266 From: Scott Reilly]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (KMOV) St Louis, MO We are looking for another great photographer to join the staff at KMOV. We are a big market station that still values team storytelling. We are looking for a passionate storyteller who can create captivating, compelling, award winning work in our Investigative unit. Excellent editing skills are must. NPPA storytelling combined with a strong command of editing effects is the perfect skill set for this job. We shoot on Sony 350 cameras and edit on Edius. We are looking for a photographer who enjoys all part of the story process from story pitch through live shots. Positive attitude, attention to detail, and ability to work a variety of hours is a necessity. Must have 2-5 years of experiences and a clean driving record. Apply at search KMOV and be sure to include a link with your 5 best stories.
[24265 From: Bill McCormac ]

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