The Money and Work team is part of News Content – which provides news reports for television, radio and online/mobile platforms both in the UK and internationally. The Money and Work team provides video, audio and online content of the highest possible editorial and technical standard.
The Singapore bureau is the Asia hub for business news, covering business and economic stories across digital and broadcast platform in the UK and internationally. The bureau produces the Asia morning primetime business programme, Asia Business Report on BBC World News.
As a Senior Broadcast Journalist, you will be joining a team which produces Asia Business Report.
This position, based in our Singapore bureau, involves planning and outputting (line-producing) a ten-minute business news programme across five hours.
You will also be responsible for originating stories and treatments that will engage our audiences in Asia and around the world.
Are you the right candidate?
- Significant experience in television production
- Ability to write clean and conversational television copy
- Good knowledge of business and economic affairs, particularly in Asia, and strong news judgement
- Creative journalist who always keeps top of mind that television is a visual medium, finding ways to tell business stories that engage the audience in Asia
- A self-starter who can work independently
- Proven ability to work successfully in a multi-cultural organizational environment
- Ability to work cooperatively within a small team of journalists in a high-pressure environment
- Familiarity with using digital platforms to source stories, guests and treatments.
Based in Singapore
Local terms and conditions apply
Any offer of employment with the BBC will be conditional upon you receiving approval for the right to work in Singapore.
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