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Are you ready for a challenging and rewarding career with Guam's premiere news team? KUAM is Guam's largest broadcast media group and has an immediate opening for a Multimedia Journalist. We're looking for an individual passionate about telling the stories of our community and region to the global community. Qualified applicants must possess great visual storytelling abilities, creativity, interviewing savvy, must communicate extremely well, possess the ability to think outside the box, and thrive under pressure and tight deadlines. 

A degree in journalism, mass communications or related fields, and applicable work experience preferred but not required. If you possess a strong passion for broadcast journalism and production you are encouraged to apply! Candidates must be self-starters, passionate, creative, and focused.

Send resumes and video reels (if available) to newsdirector@kuam.com and executiveproducer@kuam.com.

KUAM/ Pacific Telestations LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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