ALBUQUERQUE - KRQE-TV, a CBS affiliate is searching for a multimedia journalist to join our news efforts in Albuquerque, N.M.
We need a storyteller who understands how to develop local contacts, generate community news, enterprise story ideas and provide reliable & accurate reporting.
- Multimedia Journalist - Albuquerque
- A college degree in media/broadcasting/journalism and completed an internship in TV news are required.
- Successful candidates must be able to shoot compelling video and interviews, write clearly, voice and edit stories for broadcast and post content to the web.
- You must demonstrate ability to handle an HD camera with hard drive, non-linear editing, laptop computer, web cam, mics, cables and any other equipment needed to perform the daily duties of digital news gathering.
- Applicants must be prepared to perform multiple tasks, contribute to social media platforms & be able to work well under deadline pressure in a fast-paced newsroom environment.
- You must have an acceptable driving record and a valid driver license.
If you’re passionate about new media television production, a self-proclaimed geek, have a true love for the Internet, a keen interest in news and thrive in a very competitive marketplace, you could be the perfect candidate to join our team.
To express interest, email your resume, cover letter and include a web link of your best work to email@example.com or mail directly to:
13 Broadcast Plaza SW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
No phone calls, please!
The application deadline is open until the job has been filled.
KRQE-TV, owned & operated by LIN Media, is an equal opportunity employer.
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