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Investigative Reporter - KNBC

Perform on-air reporting responsibilities for designated NBC4 newscast or program across KNBC's multiple platforms
Research, develop, write, edit and produce ground breaking investigative news stories, and present in a fair, accurate and unbiased manner
Collaborate with news producers, managers and photographers to conceptualize, write, edit, and produce NBC4 news specials and packages based on either breaking or pre-planned stories
Generate long and short-term investigative story ideas, research and set up the content and interviews
Communicate with news producers, assignment editors and managers regarding story development, progress in the field and/or breaking news stories
Develop and maintain a network of news sources providing access to exclusive local stories
Build relationships within the community for the purpose of developing connections to story leads
Participate in station-sponsored events and all assigned special promotions projects
Perform fill-in and other temporary assignments, as neededBasic Qualifications:
Minimum 5 years of experience as television reporter in a top 20 market
Bachelor's Degree in Journalism or related field, or equivalent work experience
Proven track record of strong writing, storytelling and live reporting skills
Past experience doing investigative reporting
Eligibility Requirements:
Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV through nbcunicareers.com to be considered
Must be willing to work in Universal City, CA and/or Riverside or Orange County Bureaus
Must have a flexible schedule with ability to work any of a 24x7 shift and willingness to travel and work long hours and on weekends with short notice
Successful candidate will be required to join the AFTRA Union if not already a member and remain a member in good standing of that Union
Must have a valid driver's license
Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States

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