KOLN Morning Reporter/MMJ

KOLN Morning Reporter/MMJ

Feb. 9, 2018


KOLN-TV, the strong market leader in the Lincoln/Hastings/Grand Island market, is looking for a Morning MMJ to join the area’s #1 morning show. You’ll be our morning eyes and ears on Lincoln, frequently going live and showing our viewers what’s breaking or developing overnight.


We’re looking for someone with live reporting experience, who knows how to make contacts, follow stories, track developments, and present those stories in a compelling, easy-to-understand way.


You’ll need to be comfortable shooting and editing your own stories, and setting up and executing your own live shots


This job takes planning and preparation, as your day will begin in the very early morning hours, and you need to have a story planned.


But it also takes flexibility, as news that breaks overnight will always take priority.


The right candidate will be a proven leader in the newsroom. We need someone who’s a positive influence for those around them, and thrives in a competitive, but fun environment.


Connection with the viewers of Nebraska is key. You’ll need to be involved and visible at station and community projects, and active on social media.


Familiarity with iNews, Sony ENG, Avid, TVU, and Clickability a plus.


Must have valid Drivers License with good driving record. Employment is contingent on successfully passing drug screen and driving record check.


PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES ELECTRONICALLY to

www.gray.tv/applynow

or

By email to hr@1011now.com

By fax to 402.467.9461

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


Only if you don’t have electronic access, please mail your resume to or complete an application at:

KOLN/KGIN-TV

Attn: Human Resources

840 North 40th Street

Lincoln, NE 68503


Gray Television Group, Inc. is a drug-free company requiring pre-employment drug and background testing. Gray Television participates in E-Verify. EOE Gray Television Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical handicap or marital status. Discriminatory employment practices are specifically prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission. If you believe your Equal Employment Rights have been violated, you may contact the FCC in Washington, D.C. 20054, or other appropriate state or local agencies..