• Video Journalist/Sacramento Capitol Bureau Reporter

    Location US-CA-Sacramento
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/31/2019 10:29 AM)
    Job ID
    2019-50190
    Category
    News
  • Overview

    Nexstar Broadcasting’s station seeks a Video Journalist/Reporter to be a part of its Sacramento Bureau.  This position will cover politics at the State Capitol, providing stories to Nexstar stations across California.

    This will be a regular, full-time position.

    Responsibilities

    This position is responsible to originate research, shoot video, write, edit, produce stories and report live.  

    Qualifications

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Must be an excellent storyteller
    • Must have a significant interest in California politics
    • A superior ability to originate, research, write, shoot, produce and edit stories
    • Ability to work well with people in a high-pressure environment
    • Willingness and interest in experimenting in new ways to tell stories
    • Manage regular engagement in digital platforms
    • Maintain a polished professional appearance
    • Position may require employee to work early morning or late-night shift
    • Ideal candidates must be self-starters, hard workers, have great attitudes, be versatile, and efficient
    • Will be trained to use reporting equipment including a live mobile backpack
    • Management reserves the discretion to add or modify job duties as required

     

    PLEASE INDICATE IN YOUR COVER LETTER WHERE YOU HEARD ABOUT THIS JOB OPENING. INCLUDE YOUR DEMO REEL.

     

    Qualified applicants can apply online at tribunemediacareers.com (Video Journalist/Sacramento Capitol Bureau Reporter)

     

     

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE - THANK YOU.FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CURRENT JOB OPENINGS, PLEASE REFER TO FOX40.COM.


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    Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc., is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, physical or mental handicap, disability, sexual orientation, citizenship, veteran status, or age. Discriminatory employment is specifically prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission. If you believe your Equal Employment Rights have been violated, you may contact the FCC in Washington, DC 20054, or other appropriate state or local agencies.

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