News Reporter


  • Interest in serious journalism
  • Attention to accuracy
  • Ability to make complicated topics clear
  • Write concise copy
  • Ability to work a beat, generate stories, and develop sources
  • Must work well with others as part of a team
  • Comfortable and able to ad-lib in live situations
  • Experience in a television newsroom helpful
  • College/University degree


  • Daily reporting
  • Work beats and generate story ideas
  • Gather facts of a story and write it
  • Work with news photographers in gathering the story
  • Do live remotes from the field
  • Work as producer or anchor as needed

Physical Requirements:

Read wire copy and write stories at computer screen.  job can include long days, some travel out-of-town and stories outdoors in challenging weather and conditions.  The company will make reasonable physical accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions.

Apply with resume and tape to:

Human Resources Department

10 Observation Rd

Duluth, MN  55811

Fax: 218/727-4415


An Equal Opportunity Employer

Front Page

  • US and Partners Begin Airstrikes in Syria

    The aerial effort against the extremist group Islamic State has been expanded from Iraq into Syria. The Pentagon says the operation involves warplanes from the U.S. and its partners.

  • Ebola Worker with Northland Ties Killed in Guinea

    A pastor and clinic administrator with ties in Duluth was killed in Guinea last week. Moses Mamy was part of an Ebola awareness team traveling from village to village. When they reached Womey last Tuesday, residents attacked and killed Mamy and seven others. Mamy's friends say he will be remembered for "his generous heart."

  • Saint Louis County Board Forum Gets Heated

    There were some tense moments during a candidate forum for the Saint Louis County Board Monday. Two sets of candidates answered some tough questions during the forum set up by the Duluth News Tribune. In District One, Jim Booth is challenging incumbent Frank Jewell. Former state legislator Tom Rukavina and Christina Hujanen are fighting for the District Four seat.

  • Duluth City Council Approves Maximum Tax Levy Increase

    Duluth City councilors voted 5-4 to approve a maximum tax levy increase for 2015, but not without making some changes first. 

  • City Councilor Joins Growing Field Vying for Superior Mayor

    City Councilor Mike Herrick made the official announcement on Monday night. He says his campaign will focus on continuing to grow the city, keeping young people in the city, and making Superior more business-friendly.