Job openings are posted below. KOAM-TV (Morgan Murphy Media) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with all laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin, citizenship, handicap, height, weight, and marital status.
Internships: News Department - KOAM-TV is accepting applications for internships in the News Department. Candidates should be motivated, ambitious and have a solid work ethic. This is a fantastic opportunity for young journalists seeking to improve their skills and accelerate their career. Internships are unpaid, and the intern must be enrolled in a course that will give them credit for the internship.
Interns will gain valuable experience creating and telling stories for newscasts and on our digital platforms. Interns will receive training in videography, studio camera operation, video editing, news writing, producing, and reporting. The hours required for the internship will be determined by course requirements. Beginning and end of internships will likely coincide with school semesters.
KOAM TV/KFJX TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
NEWS ASSISTANT. Part time openings for various shifts for News Assistant. Experience editing video is preferred. Duties include running studio cameras, audio board and editing video. Must be reliable and have an excellent work ethic. Apply at KOAM TV, 10 miles south of Pittsburg, KS. KOAM-TV-FOX14-THE CW is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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