Dukascopy TV reaches hundreds of thousands of viewers every week. They focus on creating financial news with a special emphasis on the FOREX market. It is not always as dry as it may sound as currencies can be impacted by a whole range of events from politics to the weather. 

They are looking for young and talented journalists who are great on camera but also have a good journalist brain. You will need to chase interviewees from around the globe and get to grips with complex topics. You will need to be flexible as you will be splitting your time between their Riga and Geneva offices, although this position is based primarily in Riga. 

In return you will get on camera experience everyday and a chance to get some great hands on journalistic experience. You will also get the opportunity to work in their new studio in Geneva with its grand video wall and touch screen. 

For more information, or to apply, go here.

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