Multimedia Broadcast Journalist, BBC Hindi Service
BBC Hindi.com is one of the fastest growing news website in its segment. BBC Hindi intends to reach millions of new audience through social media, mobile apps and digital partnerships. Apart from the digital space BBC Hindi is also present on SW and through our partner stations on FM as well. We create entertainment and sports bulletins for our partner stations. BBC Hindi focuses on original journalism, creative storytelling and innovative presentation of news content. It aims to report in a lively and engaging fashion, and interactivity will form a large part of its content across all platforms.
As a Multimedia Broadcast Journalist you will originate, research, prepare and produce digital news content including reports, explainers, interviews, news features and special in-depths. You will write and create original material for all multimedia output and will be responsible for a moving story.
The Ideal Candidate
You will be an experienced Journalist with a proven track record of producing stories and programmes for TV, and proven editorial judgement. You will have good knowledge of what works on digital platforms within the market. On air experience is an added advantage.
A full command in Hindi is essential, as is a deep understanding of the needs and wants of our target audience.
Continuing (permanent) contract.
Local terms and conditions apply.
Role based in Delhi
Any offer of employment with the BBC will be conditional upon you having the right to work in Delhi.
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