ALBUQUERQUE - *This position has been filled.
KRQE News 13, an aggressive and growing news organization in Albuquerque, NM seeks a talented news photographer who is passionate about visual storytelling.
One year of field experience as a news photographer, including live truck operation preferred.
Must demonstrate the ability to shoot, edit and set up live shots.
You must be able to work flexible days and hours.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 60 lbs of equipment. A valid driver license and acceptable driving record is required.
If you want to become a key part of a winning team, email your resume, and include a web link of your most recent & best work to email@example.com, or mail:
KRQE-TV (News Photographer)
13 Broadcast Plaza SW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
No Phone Calls Please!
The application deadline is open until the position has been filled.
KRQE-TV owned & operated by LIN Media is an equal opportunity employer.
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