Lin Media’s WIVB/WNLO-TV in Buffalo is looking for a Reporter who wants to work with some of the best storytellers in the business. Our reporters get answers, are relentless and know how to bring value to our viewers. A qualified candidate will be both competitive and an accomplished journalist who can engage our viewers.
You will use your creative skills as an MMJ breaking break big stories and looking at daily stories with an investigative eye. If you have great on-air presence and you know news, LIN Media’s WIVB-TV in Buffalo wants to hear from you.
The right person will have at least two year’s experience, excellent news judgment and instincts. You must also have a demonstrated ability to report, shoot video, edit and post to the web. Candidates will have excellent writing skills, must be able to work well under strict deadline pressure, enjoy all aspects and be active on social media.
WIVB/WNLO is a LIN Media station. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, and offer competitive salaries and wages, and a standard benefit package that includes a 401K plan with medical and dental plans.
To apply online, please include a cover letter and resume and recent link of your work at: email@example.com
If you do not have a web link to your work, please send a cover letter, resume, and non-returnable demo DVD to: Human Resources Office, WIVB-TV, 2077 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York, 14207.
A Good Samaritan died Wednesday while trying to assist the driver of a tractor trailer who got stuck in the snow.
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Viewers sent in photos from the snowfall around western New York.
A registered nurse from Lockport has admitted concealing her knowledge of her boyfriend's drug dealing activities.
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