WAVE 3 News is the NBC affiliate for Louisville, KY. We are Kentucky’s first television station, and we lead the way in connecting the people of WAVE Country. We offer nearly 60 hours of local television news per week, 40 hours of live programming in the field throughout the week of the Kentucky Derby, and coverage on digital, social, and OTT channels throughout the day.
Your responsibilities will include (but not be limited to) the following:
- Develop and pitch unique enterprise stories daily
- Shoot, write, edit, and present compelling stories, either solo or in collaboration with a photographer
- Optimize story presentation for each WAVE 3 News platform
- Participate in daily editorial decisions and long-term strategic newscast initiatives
- At least two years’ experience as a multimedia journalist
- Strong writing skills and editorial judgment
- Ability to shoot and edit on deadline
- Strong understanding of digital and social platforms
- Clean Driving Record
- Four-year college degree
Come join our news team, apply online at https://gray.tv/careers#currentopenings search for station call letters and attach your resume
Bachelors or better.
Licenses & Certifications: (Required)
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