About Gray Television: Gray Television supports local community interests by providing quality television broadcasting and exceptional service in each market we serve. Gray owns and/or operates television stations and leading digital properties in 93 television markets including the first or second highest rated television station in 87 markets. We are an unmatched broadcast pioneer that keeps getting bigger and better.
We constantly strive for excellence. Through upgrading to the latest technology and seeking new ways to stay on top in our markets, we focus on training and development of the best and brightest employees in the business.
About WVIR: WVIR-TV is the dominant television station in the desirable Charlottesville market. NBC29 is consistently, the top-rated station in all news dayparts. The station is located on the historic Downtown Mall in the heart of Charlottesville’s vibrant cultural district.
This is a part-time, temporary position assisting technical media producers in airing live broadcast news. Job duties include operating an audio board, operating Cyron graphics, setting cameras, loading the teleprompter, editing video for live newscasts, and other duties as assigned.
High school diploma, valid state issued ID, reliable transportation.
Please apply online at https://gray.tv/careers#currentopenings and attach your resume.
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