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WV Public Broadcasting seeks news and public affairs reporter/producer

News and Public Affairs Reporter/Producer
Charleston, West Virginia 
(2 positions)

West Virginia Public Broadcasting seeks two (2) full-time Reporters for its Charleston newsroom.

Qualifications: 
The successful candidates must have excellent reporting, interviewing, writing and electronic news gathering skills to produce substantive radio/television stories for a statewide and regional audience. The candidates also must be able to maintain high journalistic standards of fairness under deadline pressure and must work collaboratively with others in a multimedia newsroom. Two years’ reporting experience required. Previous experience with posting to the web and using social media is highly desirable. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or an appropriate combination of education and experience. These positions require working irregular hours, extended days, weekends and holidays.

State of West Virginia benefits.

To apply:
Send written request for application to:
News and Public Affairs Reporter/Producer Search
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
P.O. Box 9004
Beckley, WV 25802-9004

or request application via email specifying job applying for at ebajobs@wvpubcast.org. Please include a resume and work samples with your completed application.

Deadline: 
Completed applications along with requested materials must be mailed to the above address postmarked no later than August 23, 2012.

No telephone calls or walk-ins please.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting is operated by the Educational Broadcasting Authority (EBA) which is the licensee of three public television stations, nine public radio stations, and a statewide microwave interconnection system. The EBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.