WAVE 3 News in Louisville, KY has an immediate opening for a Multimedia Journalist. We’re looking for someone who embraces all aspects of the storytelling process – enterprising, shooting, writing, editing, and presenting on camera. Our crew assignments vary based on the story, so our MMJs must be equally comfortable working with a photographer or alone.
Digital storytelling is a key component of our MMJ duties, so candidates must be skilled in using digital and social tools to enhance stories, gather information, and engage with the audience.
- 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
- Four-year college degree
- At least three years newsroom experience, including significant anchoring
- Strong writing skills and editorial judgment
- Ability to shoot and edit on deadline
- Strong understanding of digital and social platforms
*APPLY ONLINE at: https://gray.tv/careers#currentopenings and attach resume.
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