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MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST

Enterprise, research, report, shoot and edit news stories on a daily basis, emphasizing creativity and originality. Deliver the news in a conversational, credible style. Tell compelling stories, and have excellent live shot abilities. Cover stories and disseminate information over multiple platforms, including television, social media, mobile devices and the internet. Perform duties of on-line writer/producer, specializing in print style writing, copy editing and editorial gathering. Facilitate the editorial gathering of local web news, gleaning information from various sources and contacts and reproducing the above material into strong compelling web material. Prior experience as a multimedia journalist/television news reporter. College degree preferred in communications related field. Strong command of English language; working knowledge of libel laws and generally accepted journalistic ethics. Must have social media savvy as well as traditional media. Must know how to use digital tools – cameras, iPads, editing software, cloud servers – to gather information. Must be a highly creative, motivated self-starter and be a team player. Must exercise good judgment. Must be able to carry and set up equipment. Must be able to drive company vehicles. Must have a good driving record.

MAINTENANCE ENGINEER

Perform preventative and corrective maintenance on a wide variety of television production equipment throughout the station, in support of News, studio production and over-the-air broadcast operations. The successful candidate will be highly skilled and experienced at troubleshooting analog, digital and IP-based broadcast equipment, such as commercial insertion/playback products, production automation systems, video production switchers, graphics systems, television cameras and camera robotics, signal routing and monitoring electronics, ENG/SNG live trucks, and newsroom automation systems. A minimum of 5 years’ prior experience working as a broadcast engineer is required for this position. Strong electronics troubleshooting skills and exceptional IT skills are required as well. A college degree is preferred, along with at least one professional certification (General Class FCC license, SBE certification, Cisco CCNA, MCSA/MCSE, Network+, etc.). Previous experience working with high powered broadcast transmitters, while not required, would be a definite plus. Self-starter with ability to work well as part of a team.  Local travel is occasionally required; must have or be willing to obtain a valid Texas driver’s license and have a good driving record. The ability to work flexible shifts is necessary as well, as overtime, weekend evening and holiday work may be required. Station engineers must be able to climb and work from a 12 foot ladder, and have the ability to lift up to 40 pounds.

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Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans. Please tell us if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment. Please send an email to resumes@fox7.com , call 512-495-7024, or visit our readily accessible station located at 119 E. 10th Street, Austin, TX 78701, and a member of our recruiting team will assist you.EOE/M/F/Veteran/Disabled; VEVRAA Federal Sub-Contractor; Lisa Cordes, HR Director Hiring Contact

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