ANCHOR/MMJ

WNEM, a Meredith Corporation TV station, is recruiting for an exceptional Anchor/MMJ to join our team.

The WNEM Anchor/MMJ researches material, shoots video, writes and edits news material for broadcast, and all WNEM platforms.

This will be done either working alone or in tandem with other field personnel.

This position develops and covers news stories in the field which are consistent with the station’s brand and editorial philosophy.

This individual will also present news in some of the station’s broadcasts.

The successful candidate must have a strong on-air presence and be able to create content for multiple platforms.

The Anchor/MMJ contributes live shots utilizing microwave, satellite and other technology for feeding stories to the Content Center.

This person may also be asked to perform community outreach activities for the station as an emcee or host.

Experience:

At least two to three years experience as an Anchor or MMJ at a commercial broadcasting station.

Minimum Qualifications and Job Requirements:

All must be met to be considered:

Education:

Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, Communications or related field, or equivalent training and/or experience.

Must possess excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Able to shoot, write and edit packaged reports.

Ability to handle live coverage, including breaking news and changing situations.
Ability to interpret information quickly and summarize into a clear, concise, relevant and understanding presentation.
Organizational skills and ability to work under pressure.
Write for web, and have strong social media skills.

Must possess advanced understanding of legal and ethical issues impacting journalism.
Must be skilled communicator capable of speaking to a diverse audience and conveying messages effectively.
Must possess a valid Driver’s license with a good driving record.

Travel required (Approximate) 80% (local travel, daily)

Other duties as assigned.

To apply for this job please visit Medialine.com

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