San Francisco, CA, October 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- WFIO is currently searching for journalists, photographers and broadcasters around the world to join their team. And for those that are naturally based in a remote developing nation you can also apply to be trained and then employed full time within a well paid and quality career.
With an objective to create life changing careers within the media and broadcasting industries for those that are less fortunate worldwide, WFIO TV and News also creates avenues of information to the media industry that would otherwise not be historically noted. Through dedicated and proper training they help individuals that have been forced to live within our world’s warzones, environmental disasters, and human rights catastrophes pull themselves out, at the same time provide the world with an alternative source of news, provided directly from the source.
WFIO reporters, journalists, photographers and photojournalists are covering the world everyday from nearly every corner of the globe. Their reports, articles, photos, and videos are placed onto our worldwide news wire for the network of publishers, editors, news desks and broadcasters to use, as well as used within their own media outlets including WFIO TV and WFIO News. Furthermore the Remote Broadcast Solutions are second to none. Simply put; they can establish a station and broadcast from any corner of the globe, along with training localized staff and create unique transmission abilities.
Furthermore they service hundreds of NGO, covering their work and accomplishments, than showcasing these achievements to the world through their media outlets, thus creating a unique marketing and promotions avenues for the NGOs.
At this time WFIO is currently seeking trainee staff for those that are based in developing nations and wish to train and later work within the media industry. At the same time WFIO is also seeking qualified trainers, which also work as staff employees to both train as well as cover the area you are based in.
To become a successful WFIO Trainee and later (after training) a Staff Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist or Videographer you should be located within a remote, developing, or hostile location, have a desire to work within the media industry, and be ready for a life changing career path. Trained staff cover localized conflicts, as well as traveling to other locations once your portfolio is complete.
Register and Apply Now Online through the WFIO Website at www.WFIO.org or contact Mike Kennedy Today.