DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 10, 2021 —A radio station in Osun state invites applications from English and Yoruba broadcast journalists as well as news reporters.
Selected applicants will produce, present and broadcast radio shows as well as deliver in-depth, varied, high-quality, and editorially robust radio programmes.
The broadcast journalist will be expected to generate strong ideas around key development areas like health, politics, sports, entertainment, and translate them into engaging, innovative multimedia content for both a Yoruba and English audience.
The news reporters/journalists must have a good record in field reporting experience, with strong communication and presentation skills. Knowledge of news production, the use of social media platforms to drive engagement, and a broad knowledge of the Nigerian media landscape are essential.
Qualified candidates should forward their CV, cover letter and demo material/ show reel or work samples to email@example.com
The deadline for applications is November 10th, 2021.
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