Gray Television supports local community interests by providing quality television broadcasting and exceptional service in each market we serve. We own and operate leading media outlets in over 50 markets throughout the country – all delivering the news, weather, sports and entertainment that millions of our neighbors count on every day. We are an unmatched broadcast pioneer that keeps getting bigger and better.
We constantly strive for excellence. Through upgrading to the latest technology and seeking new ways to stay on top in our markets, we focus on training and development of the best and brightest employees in the business.
WDTV (CBS), WVFX (FOX), EVFX (CW), and EDTV (MeTV) combine to provide local news and weather to all of North Central West Virginia. CBS and FOX combine to carry a predominant number of games for the local favorite Pittsburgh Steelers and FOX's Big 12 affiliation brings us our treasured WVU football games. We are the largest TV source for local news and entertainment for our local 12 county area. Celebrating decades of service and as a local news leader, WDTV features a recently upgraded news studio and a news team dedicated to local news. We pride ourselves on breaking news and weather alerts, and digging deep into the issues affecting our communities. We're dedicated to informing the public, utilizing television, social media and the area's only live-streaming newscast. Our team produces six daily newscasts M-F and four newscasts each weekend. Among many other awards, WDTV has won the WV Broadcasters award 2 years in a row for the best morning newscast. WDTV has had the privilege of helping train and launch the careers of many well-known national journalists, top-market meteorologists, and network and cable executives. The work-family of WDTV is made up of a group of dedicated professional and passionate individuals who are the backbone of our daily mission.
WDTV/WVFX is located in beautiful north central West Virginia, about 90 minutes south of Pittsburgh, and 30 minutes south of Morgantown. West Virginia, in general, is comprised of several small cities and very rural in nature making it a great small town family atmosphere.
WDTV is looking for a part-time Multimedia Journalist to work our weekend newscasts. The ideal candidate will report on stories and events that matter to our viewers across North Central West Virginia. The position offers great experience for someone looking to get into the field. This job will also provide an opportunity to grow as a leader in the newsroom. College students looking for 'real world experience' in a commercial newsroom are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
• Write, shoot, and edit series for our newscasts on Saturday and Sunday
• Use social media in reporting as a way to promote a ‘digital first’ attitude
• Write stories for our website and social media pages
• Cover breaking news events
• A Journalism/Broadcasting degree, or similar line of education, from a four-year university preferred
• Experience using a camera preferred
• Students pursuing a journalism degree are welcome to apply
Please apply online at www.gray.tv/applynow
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