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HOT JOB OPENING: KUAM news videographer

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KUAM is Guam's largest broadcast firm and has immediate openings for news photographer. Qualified applicants must possess great visual storytelling abilities, work under pressure and against tight deadlines, and be an outstanding communicator.

Applicants must be able to lift and carry equipment including a videocamera, lighting, tripod and other production equipment. 

Candidates must be self-starters, focused, work on weekends and nightshifts, and intent on delivering the best show possible. Previous experience a plus, but we will train the right person.

Send your written or video resumes to roland@kuam.com

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