Bilingual Reporter / MMJ
Full Time Job
CBS58, a part of Weigel Broadcasting Co., has a Bilingual Reporter/MMJ opening in Milwaukee!
Weigel is an entrepreneurial and independent family-owned media company that owns and operates network and independent television stations in Chicago, Milwaukee and South Bend, IN. With over 375 network affiliates and over 175 television markets, we are reaching 96% of U.S. Households. CBS58 and Telemundo Wisconsin brings you the best in quality news, prime, entertainment and sports.
CBS-58 seeks an experienced Bilingual Reporter/MMJ to complement our news team. Responsibilities are primarily reporting, but may include acting as an MMJ occasionally. This job requires a self-starter with good news judgment, strong writing ability and solid live skills. We are looking for a storyteller.
Excellent verbal and written Spanish language skills required.
Must have a minimum of two years, news experience in shooting and reporting, including gathering content, editing, and running live shots.
Must have strong live skills and the ability to research, write, shoot, and edit daily news stories under deadline pressure.
Must also have a strong understanding of multi-platform journalism including how to shoot, write and edit stories, video and photographs for the web and social media. Investigative work a plus.
Must have valid Driver's License and insurability.
If you have what we are looking for, please apply with your resume, cover letter, and a link to your demo reel.
We offer a competitive compensation package, employer contributed health and welfare benefits, paid time off, paid qualified FMLA Leave, and much more!
Weigel Broadcasting Co. maintains an Equal Employment Opportunity Policy for all applicants and employees. We give fair consideration to all qualified persons and afford all our employees opportunities for advancement according to their individual abilities, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age or sex, or other protected categories. No opportunities for promotion, transfer or any other benefit of employment will be diminished through discriminatory practices. Employees or prospective employees have the right to notify an appropriate local, state or Federal agency if they believe they have been discriminated against.