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Multimedia Journalist/Greenbrier County

Award winning; dominant NBC affiliate WVVA TV in Bluefield, WV, is seeking a hard-working journalist to shoot, edit and report news from the Lewisburg/Greenbrier County area of the Bluefield/Beckley/Oak Hill market.

The ideal candidate is a creative self-starter who works well with minimal supervision, adapts to flexible schedules, takes ownership and thrives in a deadline driven, breaking news environment.

We break stories, we enterprise and we go live via microwave, satellite, and LiveU digital cellular technology. If you are looking for a job that will help advance your career and continue to make WVVA the Two Virginias’ market leader, then this may be the job for you.

Candidate must have excellent writing and interview skills plus sound news judgment. Candidate must get involved in the community, develop contacts and set up stories daily. Shooting and editing skills are a plus.

A college degree in broadcast journalism, mass media, or communications, plus at least one year of experience is preferred. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and have a good driving record, along with the ability to work a flexible schedule.

If you think you qualify and want to join our multimedia news team, send a resume/link and cover letter to: Wesley Armstead, News Director, 3052 Big Laurel Highway, Bluefield, WV 24701 or email warmstead@wvva.com.

WVVA Television is a Quincy Media station. Learn why our family-owned company has a reputation as one of the best to work for in the industry today at www.quincymediacareers.com.

Vacancy Type:
Full Time

Date Posted:
3/18/2020

Closing Date:
5/18/2020

City:
Bluefield - 24701

State:
West Virginia

URL:
http://www.wvva.com

Experience:
Candidate must have excellent writing and interview skills plus sound news judgment. Candidate must get involved in the community, develop contacts and set up stories daily. Shooting and editing skills are a plus.
 
A college degree in broadcast journalism, mass media, or communications, plus at least one year of experience is preferred. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and have a good driving record, along with the ability to work a flexible schedule.

Requirements:
A college degree in broadcast journalism, mass media, or communications, plus at least one year of experience is preferred. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and have a good driving record, along with the ability to work a flexible schedule.

Contact:
If you think you qualify and want to join our multimedia news team, send a resume/link and cover letter to: Wesley Armstead, News Director, 3052 Big Laurel Highway, Bluefield, WV 24701 or email warmstead@wvva.com.
No phone calls please.
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