WQOW Part-time Sports/News Videographer

WQOW, the ABC affiliate in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is looking for a talented videographer who loves shooting and editing local news and sports.

Candidates will shoot and edit local high school and college sports for our four daily newscasts as well as our website and social media platforms. Must be available to shoot breaking news and set up live shots. Experience with shooting and editing digital video to a professional standard and a basic knowledge of journalism.

To apply, fill out the application on our website and send a resume, cover letter and a link to your reel to:

Dan Schillinger, News Director dschillinger@wqow.com

WQOW is an EOE-M/F/D/V

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