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11/06/2013

Winston Salem Bureau Reporter

 

Winston Salem Bureau REPORTER – Regular Full Time


Creative, fun, and enterprising; three qualities we’re looking for in our next Winston-Salem bureau reporter. Developing community relationships is an important part of the job along with telling great stories. You’ll have an opportunity to work with award winning photojournalists and some of the latest technology in the business. We’re looking for someone who is driven to break stories, do unique live shots, and be a leader when it comes to social media. We call ourselves the News Leader and we mean it. We have award winning photojournalists, all the best equipment and 8.5 hours of local news to fill a day. We’re seeking someone who can quickly become immersed in the community to develop and maintain a story source network. Duties include planning, researching, writing, and reporting (both live and taped), as well as personal appearances on behalf of the station. 

Full Time
High Point NC 27263
http://www.MyFOX8.com

The job requires solid journalism skills and a strong knowledge of national and international events, as well as keeping up on all local stories. Must be able to deal effectively with people, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and work accurately and efficiently under pressure. Candidate must demonstrate proficiency with live news technology, creative production techniques, and newsroom computers, have a minimum of 2 years of television news experience, and be a strong live reporter with excellent writing and storytelling skills. 

College degree required, with preferred major in journalism. Non-returnable/DVD required


FOR CONSIDERATION - Qualified candidates should forward application, resume, cover letter, and a non-returnable DVD if applicable. Please state job title and where you found out about the position. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Send to FOX 8 WGHP-TV, Attn: Human Resources, 2005 Francis Street, High Point, NC 27263

 

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