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Reporter – LIVE (Norwich)

The LIVE Team is committed to breaking the news that our audiences truly care about right now – from the big dramatic events to the local community stories creating chatter.

You’ll be fast, you’ll be first, you’ll be accurate.

Resourcefulness, an eye for a good story and the adrenaline rush of breaking news are all essential in these exciting new roles.

What will I do?

You’ll capture the stories that the people of Norfolk and Suffolk want and need to hear, first.

Working in a small team in our Norwich newsroom, you’ll be focused on breaking news, first, fast and accurately.

You’ll respond to major breaking events, capturing what’s happening quickly.

Using your excellent search skills, you’ll be able to create must-read stories from the chatter and buzz happening within our communities.

What skills do I need?

  • Background in content
  • Experience in digital content
  • A natural nose for what people care about right now
  • Quick thinker – fast and accurate writer
  • Passion to grow the LIVE brand and engage with the local community
  • Strong awareness of legal compliance around content


  • You’ll thrive in a fast-paced environment and can work quickly without letting errors slip through.
  • With a good eye for trends, you’ll spot the high-performing stories that will capture our readers.

What makes it a great job?

  • Variety – every day is different
  • Building relationships and seeing your stories capture the attention of the community.
  • Solving challenges. Never a dull moment!

Where will I work?

This full-time role is working from our office in Norwich. You’ll work a shift-based system from 6 am to 11 pm, and at weekends, on a rota basis.

To be considered, please send your CV and brief cover note by clicking apply now.

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