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Bureau reporter (Manhattan, Kansas)

Tue, 02/21/2017 - 09:50 -- Steven J Rottinghaus
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WIBW-TV 13 is recruiting a Manhattan, Kansas, Bureau Multimedia Journalist. Reporter will cover Manhattan, home of Kansas State University, as well as nearby Junction City, Kansas, and Ft. Riley Army Installation.

The top rated, award winning station in Northeast Kansas, WIBW-TV, is recruiting a highly motivated, aggressive reporter, who will anchor weekend newscasts. A Multimedia Journalist (MMJ) is a dynamic storyteller that collects, analyzes and reports facts about newsworthy events though interviews, videos, investigation and/or observation for all platforms in a clear, engaging and meaningful way to local viewers.

Requirements
Requirements are reporting, shooting, editing and backup anchor work. Experience is preferred.

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