PURPOSE/REASON FOR THE POSITION: The primary responsibility is to assist the newsroom with the gathering of information and production of newscasts.
PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS ESSENTIAL TO THE JOB: Candidate should have a basic understanding of every news process (producing a newscast, shooting a news story, editing a news story, writing a news story, ENG operations, assignment desk operations, prompter operations, control room operations, and web operations.)
Candidate must be a full-time student, enrolled in a college or university with a focus in Broadcast Journalism.
Complete all hours required, conduct themselves in a business-like manner, wear business appropriate clothing. Interns are not personal assistants for any KFOR employee.
Must be willing to submit to a background check. Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Interested parties should submit resume to Meghan Hatfield, News Assistant. KFOR-TV, 444 E. Britton Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73114, 405-478-6322 Meghan.Hatfield@kfor.com
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