WMFD-TV Is Looking For A Full-Time Anchor/MMJ

WMFD-TV Is Looking For A Full-Time Anchor/MMJ

  • 5/31/2019 9:44:17 AM
  • Sartaj Singh
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - WMFD-TV of Mansfield is looking for a unique storyteller for a Full-Time Anchor/MultiMedia Journalist position.

This individual will be responsible for shooting and editing their own video, write stories for web and on-air broadcast with limited supervision, as well as being able to deliver news stories in a compelling fashion as an Anchor for WMFD-TV's Newswatch.

We are looking for a self-starter that can bring unique ideas to the table on local news coverage, and is willing to go the extra mile to produce quality content for our station.

Core Responsibilities Include:

 Shoot, edit, write and produce news stories

 Report news stories on camera and conduct interviews

⦁ Anchor television newscasts 

 Care and maintenance of company equipment

 Suggest story ideas

 Be alert of upcoming community events

 Team player

 Video editing knowledge a plus 

 Must be able to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines

 Excellent writing and editorial judgment

 Must be a self-starter

 Flexible to work different shifts and schedules

 Good organizational skills

 Other job-related duties as assigned

 

Required Qualifications:

 Bachelor’s degree required; 1-2 Years of broadcasting experience preferred

 Must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record

 

Interested candidates should submit a resume and link to demo reel to:

WMFD's News Director, Sartaj Singh, at sartaja @wmfd.com

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Mid-State Multimedia Group is an equal opportunity employer.

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