Full-Time Senior Reporter for Native American news – Al Farwānīyah
There is a fantastic opening for a Reporter at our company. This reporter will be in charge of bringing Company’s viewers behind-the-scenes looks at the creative process, whether it be in a packed performance hall or a small studio space. They’ll investigate the many forms of artistic and creative expression in our region, from music and art to ritual and storytelling. Stories will be shared that investigate how new social movements are being reflected in the creative industries and how formerly marginalized groups are participating in them. A dynamic communicator who is at ease on both ends of a microphone would be a good fit for this role. They should be able to produce great audio stories for radio and podcasts and also host engaging, memorable dialogues on-air and in the community.
Job Title : Senior Reporter for Native American news
Location : Al Farwānīyah, Al Farwānīyah, Kuwait
Salary : $ 16.91 per hour.
Company : Gannett
Job Type : Full-Time
- Maintaining a regular filing schedule may occasionally require extra hours over the weekend.
- Investigate narratives that touch on underrepresented populations, the arts, and culture.
- The reporter will also be responsible for covering and uncovering issues related to the impact of money in politics, such as the impact of donations, PACs, lobbying, conflicts of interest, and more.
- Learn how to spot compelling arts stories and produce them for broadcast, the web, video, and audio podcasts.
- Develop strategies and plans that clearly state your vision and approach for covering the arts in close collaboration with editors and content producers.
- As circumstances dictate, you may also be asked to take still photographs, shoot video, or shoot and produce on-camera video segments about your reporting.
- In this role, you will be responsible for pitching articles and completing responsibilities. Your superior will be the managing editor.
- In addition, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with federal and state online reporting systems, monitor and investigate public disclosure forms, and submit records request forms.
- Maintain regular communication with key players and organize events for the local artists.
- Use social media and other information-gathering platforms to spread your stories.
- Core understanding or experience with audio production equipment and techniques.
- education and/or experience equivalent to that gained via completion of a bachelor’s degree program and three years of professional journalism with an emphasis on arts reporting.
- Knowing your way around Microsoft Office programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook is a plus. Competence with social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and others is preferred.
- the capacity to transmit specialized concepts to a broad audience and a command of the English language.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, and to represent the station professionally.