WCCO-TV in Mineapolis/St. Paul is seeking a Photographer.

WCCO - TV is seeking a photojournalist/editor in full-time role for vacation relief.


  • Shoot assigned news and sports stories in a creative, clear, and accurate manner.
  • Set up lighting and audio as the situation dictates.
  • Edit daily stories under deadline using non-linear editing systems.
  • Work with reporters and producers and create your content that are visually appealing and significant.
  • Operate ENG news vans, drive station vehicles to assignments, and report all maintenance problems to the supervisor.
  • Maintain assigned equipment in good working order and report equipment problems to the supervisor.
  • Complete work within newscast deadlines
  • Uphold journalistic, moral, and professional standards that align with the principles and values of the company.
  • Perform other duties, which may be assigned by a newsroom manager. 

Required Qualifications:

  •  Operating proficiency of Sony XDCAM, Panasonic P-2, or similar ENG Systems as well as non-linear editing on Edius, FCP X, Avid, or a similar nonlinear editing system
  • Must be able to acquire a valid MN driver’s license.
  • Must be physically able to carry, shoulder, and shoot with a broadcast ENG camera (25 lbs. or more), as well as carry support equipment (i.e., tripod, lights, etc.) 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Two to five years of experience as a photojournalist in a medium to major market
  • Two-to-four-year degree
  • NPPA style shooting experience a plus!
  • FAA Part 107 license and flight experience a plus!

Additional Information

  • NABET Union membership required.
  • Please include a link to a demo reel with your online application

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