New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include an opening for an off-camera multimedia journalist at Gray Television’s Washington news bureau.
Gray Television is looking for an off-camera multimedia journalist in its Washington bureau to find, research and report on stories and events of interest to the local communities served by Gray’s stations. The position requires a self-starter who can and will work directly with station news directors to make national stories locally relevant and bring local issues to the national spotlight.
This individual would primarily work in the field to gather content and deliver it to Gray TV stations. Experience reporting political news from the U.S. Capitol or a statehouse is preferred. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
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