Photojournalist – WPTA

WPTA TV in Fort Wayne, IN has an immediate opening for a multimedia photographer in our newsroom.

The successful candidate will shoot and edit content for our television newscasts, our website, and our mobile platforms. You need to have strong video skills and have experience with non-linear editing. Applicants will also be expected to operate an ENG live truck and current video technologies. This position requires flexible scheduling as well.

If you’re ambitious and are looking for your next career challenge, send your resume, cover letter and work sample or link to: Jonathan Shelley at Jshelley@wpta21.com. PLEASE INDICATE HOW YOU LEARNED ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY.

WPTA is part of Quincy Media, Inc., a family-owned company operating 18 television stations. Throughout QMI, positions are available for candidates with all levels of experience. Visit https://quincymediacareers.com/ for links to all stations and opportunities.

WPTA-TV provides competitive compensation and excellent comprehensive benefits package, including 401k.

WPTA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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