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Fayetteville, Arkansas

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Not Specified

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Position Type:

Full Time

Date Posted:

January 2, 2018

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MMJ Reporter

KNWA-TV/KFTA-TV, NBC and FOX affiliates in Northwest Arkansas, are looking for an experienced journalist to join our MMJ Reporter Team. We’ve got a great newsroom in a great market, and we need a storyteller who understands the angles, knows how to work contacts, enterprises, one-man-bands, wins on social media, and enjoys the hectic pace of a newsroom. Above all, we're looking for someone with an optimistic outlook and a winning attitude. Send your best material to Lisa Brence, news director, or: KNWA-TV/KFTA-TV 609 W Dickson Street, Suite 300, Fayetteville, AR 72701. Northwest Arkansas is a rapidly growing and vibrant community filled with rolling hills, rivers, lakes and Fortune 500 company headquarters. Our population just crossed 500k and is rising. Why? Because high-end business industries are here and they are bringing in some of the best talent in their fields, cost of living is low, quality of living is high and we fill up our days/nights with world-class museums, performing arts centers, major sporting venues, amazing concerts, fantastic foodie destinations and tons of community-centric events. In fact, U.S. News ranks Fayetteville fifth best place to live in the country: Our employees love it here too! WATCH: Our newsroom is forward-thinking and built on a strong emphasis of positive reinforcement, feedback, growth and development of talent and a desire to win. We are consistently winning awards from our local audiences for our commitment to our community and our service-centered sense of duty. Whether you are looking for a place to settle in or a place to equip yourself and launch into that “big step” – we have a proven track record of providing both outcomes. KNWA-TV/KFTA-TV is an equal opportunity employer.

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