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Shop meeting scheduled for Saturday July 30 at the Station 10:00am in the upstairs conference room

Job Opening s at WBZ

There are two job openings for Photographer at WBZ

TV Photographer
We are looking for a talented news photographer/editor who not only understands good composition, but also understands what it takes to get that picture on TV. Experience covering spot, breaking news, features, and sports required. Candidates must be proficient non-linear editors. We are looking for an experienced self-starter who knows how to, or is willing to learn to, operate microwave and satellite newsgathering vans and trucks. This person needs to have 3 or more years experience as a TV news photographer/editor and/or ENG/SNG van operator.
This job requires excellent communication skills, sound journalistic judgment, creativity and a technical aptitude. This position requires an individual who can troubleshoot problems and solve them independently, while also being cooperative and taking directions from supervisors.   This person will work with a talented team of photographers, producers, writers, assignment editors and reporters and will be expected to demonstrate leadership skills and the ability to motivate others to create the best product on TV.   This person must meet the highest standards that our community demands.
The schedule is very demanding and requires the ability to work flexible hours and to travel when necessary. 
A valid driver’s license and excellent driving record are required.


Despite the efforts of many viewers and personal lobbying efforts by Fletcher Fischer and John Murphy at the VT State Legislature, the station got the bad news that the State is not going to get the funding it has relied on. The final appropriation came in at $271,000 – down from the approximately $850,000 yearly appropriation and there are still questions about what will happen to funding in the second year of the State's biennial budget. On the bright side, through this process we have made great alliances with state worker and labor advocacy groups that plan on taking on the Governor and the Legislators that  dealt such a nasty blow to many Vermont workers. We will be working closely with these groups to restore the Vermont PBS funding.

Its great to be able to have a good working relationship with the new Station Manager Holly Groschner. Such a change from the dictatorial reign of John King. We are looking forward working with Holly to devising some solutions to grow local programming and helping the station grow as it should.

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