Forbes in partnership with The Koch Institute is accepting submissions for a Video Journalist to research and cover culturally relevant and socially conscious topics.

Forbes is partnering with the Koch Institute fellowship program, to find an amazing video journalist to take the reins on culturally relevant and socially conscious issues with a Forbes angle.

Topics may include business, entrepreneurship, cultural trends, technology, freedom of the press, the rapidly evolving political landscape, gender, race and economic equality, and much more.

This is someone who is capable of being a “one-man-band” to research, report, film, and edit fascinating business, cultural and human interest stories. Their work will appear on as well as throughout Forbes’ social media presence.

  • 3+ years as a video journalist in digital publishing and/or documentary
  • Keen research and fact-checking skills
  • Ability to sniff out great stories and pursue them with integrity
  • Voiceover and on-camera experience
  • Solid technical skills with pro-sumer cameras and basic lighting
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud (Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop)
  • Strong interest in the intersection of business, culture, technology, and politics

While working full-time at Forbes, the successful candidate also will participate in the Charles Koch Institute’s Media & Journalism Fellowship program for one year, attending three in-person summits and weekly online classes. The fellows will learn professional skills and techniques in journalism, production and storytelling from industry leaders who have worked at ABC News, Yahoo and Time, Inc., among others. Qualified candidates should also submit an application to the Charles Koch Fellowship program here.

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