Videographer/Multimedia Journalist

WLUC has been a fixture in Upper Michigan for 60 years. The #1 rated WLUC is a market leader and an NBC affiliate. The younger FOX UP News is #2 in this competitive six station market.

The U.P. is a recreational paradise. Winter, summer, spring or fall, if you enjoy the outdoors, this is the place for you. Ten minutes from anywhere, you’ll find a trail, river, lake or event to capture your desire. The small town setting is peaceful and safe, but still has the big city entertainment and dining experiences. But it’s the people of Upper Michigan that make this area stand out. They’re friendly, helpful, honest and fun.

WLUC-TV6 and FOX UP are looking for a full-time Videographer/Multi-Media Journalist (MMJ). Responsibilities include shooting video, reporting/writing stories and editing video. This person needs to be creative, contribute news story ideas and develop contacts. The position will handle LIVE Shots from the field with our TVU and Dejero units. The schedule involves weekends and nights. Writing is a big component, both for on-air and on-line styles. Social media is a big part of our news coverage. You're responsible for writing and posting stories to the TV6 and FOX UP Website, Facebook and Twitter.

Writing for on-air and on-line
Knowledge of videography
Knowledge of video editing
Must meet deadlines and be able to multi-task
Great attitude and enjoy working with others
Strong work ethic
Enjoy talking with people
Social Media involvement and knowledge
Professional appearance

Must have a valid driver’s license
Pass a pre-employment drug screening.
A command of the English language, spelling and grammar are required.
The right individual will have a keen eye for visual storytelling and matching words with video.
A strong grasp of the English language, spelling and grammar is a MUST!

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