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  • 36Companies Hiring
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    Ronald M.

    Uganda

    $300 - $900 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Video Editor - News
    • Sound Mixer

    About Ronald M.

    I am a Ugandan male citizen with more than 12 years experience as a journalist. Winner of 2013 exception Journalism Award in Uganda and Service Excellent Award by NTV Uganda. Have worked with both National and International media companies.

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    Alexandra F.

    Uganda

    $400 - $700 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Video Editor - News
    • Reporter / Journalist

    About Alexandra F.

    Alexandra Fisher is an Australian freelance multimedia journalist in Uganda with more than five years experience working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Alexandra won the Walkley Young Australian TV/Video Journalist of the Year award in 2013 for her investigation into sex trafficking in Mexico City. In Africa, she has reported on stories in Uganda, DR Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania and South Africa. You can follow her reporting on Twitter: @AlexLFisher

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    Sumy S.

    Uganda

    $300 - $600 / Day

    Top Services

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Translator

    About Sumy S.

    Sumy is a freelance journalist and photographer originally currently based in Kampala, Uganda covering the East Africa region. She is fluent in spoken and written English, Spanish and French. Her work is primarily focused on international current affairs, human rights, gender issues, conflicts and social issues. She has lived and/or worked in Uganda, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Chile, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. She is a regular contributor to Agence France Presse (AFP). She also is a certified Canon trainer and leads photography workshops across the region. Her work has been published by The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Instagram, BBC, The Guardian, DER SPIEGEL and more.

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    Alexandra B.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $200 - $600 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Video Editor - News
    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    About Alexandra B.

    I am an award-winning multi-platform journalist and documentary filmmaker currently based in Kampala, Uganda. I spent the last two years working producing investigative and breaking news, as well as arts and culture videos for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto, Canada. I have over ten years of filmmaking experience, specializing in cinematography and documentary projects in Canada.

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    Patience K.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $500 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Field Producer
    • Fixer
    • TV News Producer

    About Patience K.

    Patience is a Ugandan Line Producer, Fixer and Coordinator. Born in Uganda and raised in Kenya she began her filmmaking journey in 2011 as an editing participant in one of Maisha Film lab’s youth film programs. Under the same Youth film Program mentored by Joel Karekezi, she directed her first short film which won the best short student film at Uganda’s Pearl Film Festival. Following that, she worked at Maisha Film Lab for 5 years as coordinator and producer. Patience has worked on a host of short films, features, documentaries and music videos including Queen of Katwe and A Fork, A Spoon, A Knight both by Oscar-nominee Mira Nair; three music videos commissioned by Universal Studios; FESPACO winner Mercy Of The Jungle by Joel Karekezi and N.G.O. (Nothing Going On) by Arnold Aganze. She was also part of UNESCO’s Young Filmmakers Program as a producer and mentor. She’s a Maisha Film lab Alumni. Patience is the co-founder of the Duuka with Nikissi Serumaga Jamo.

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    Daniel L.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $150 - $1500 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Mobile Journalist / Livestreamer
    • Video Editor - News

    About Daniel L.

    I am a video Journalist and producer from Kampala, Uganda for the past 10 years. I also do private filming for documentaries. Currently Managing 24/7 Broadcasting services LTD

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    Heddwyn K.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $200 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Field Producer
    • Audio Storyteller

    About Heddwyn K.

    My drive to produce work around the continent comes from frustration (and passion) to see more African product out there. My career is focused on international filmmaking with a preference on stories around African origins/heritage. As a filmmaker, my experience in Los Angeles, Nairobi and Kampala ranges from creative development and functional writers rooms to directing shorts, television shows and commercials down to what I enjoy most, which is producing original media content for television. I am currently based in Kampala, Uganda as a Freelancer.

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    Badebye G.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $300 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Reporter / Journalist

    About Badebye G.

    Am an experienced video journalist with vast experience with several international media houses including CGTN,BBC Aljazeera, TRT, ZOOMIN and DW. I have passion for filming and telling human interests stories in all corners of the world.

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    Walter M.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $500 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Video Editor - News
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Documentary DP

    About Walter M.

    WALTER MWESIGYE is a result oriented journalist based in Uganda whose reporting work focuses on science, health and the environment. With more than 7-years experience in Journalism, he is enthusiastic on telling stories that will impact community development. He works for NTV-Uganda a subsidiary of Nation Media Group in Uganda which is a conglomerate of various media outlets including radios and print media houses. His stories are aired by NTV Uganda, and also run in the Daily Monitor their sister newspaper.

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    Brian O.

    Mombasa, Kenya

    $50 - $200 / Day

    Top Services

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Fixer

    About Brian O.

    I am a multimedia journalist who has a passion in health and human interest stories. I have produced award winning health stories that have been recognized nationally by the Media Council of Kenya.

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    Solomon S.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $50 - $6000 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Documentary DP
    • Senior Producer / Project Manager

    About Solomon S.

    Solomon Serwanjja is the Executive Director of the African Institute for Investigative Journalism, (AIIJ) a home of investigative journalism. The organisation focuses on growing investigative journalism through training and capacity building, collaborative investigative reporting, grant making and research. Recently AIIJ won the digital human rights lab competition with their new innovation called the IROOM, a platform, though a prototype stage will profile issues around human rights abuses and efforts to bring perpetrators to account. Mr. Serwanjja is also an award winning investigative journalist currently working at NBS TV in Uganda. He is the lead anchor for the prime news bulletin NBS LIVEAT9. He is also the deputy head of the investigations desk. Mr. Serwanjja is the 2019 BBC World News Komla Dumor Award winner, a prestigious award that celebrates journalists that have excelled in Africa. His professional work has been appreciated by several journalism institutions like the African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) which recognized him as the Journalist of the year 2017 award for his investigative work. He is a 21 time award winning journalists with accolades from ACME, Association of International Broadcasters (AIBs), Uganda Gender Media Awards, Radio and Television award, Makerere University among others. Mr. Serwanjja is also a United Nations Reham Al-Farra Journalism 2018 fellow, a highly competitive and prestigious 4 weeks intensive course on covering the United Nations. He has worked with several news organisations including UBC, NTV, NBS, KTN and the BBC.

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    Andrew K.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $300 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Corporate Videographer
    • 360 Documentary Video

    About Andrew K.

    I am a Ugandan freelance filmmaker. Helping organizations raise awareness and tell stories through cinematography. My experience comes from working with people from different industries and backgrounds and understanding meta-narratives. I find it a privilege to be able to race through areas few people ever get to see, soaking up the sceneries from hidden perspectives and bringing that to the public through my lens constantly pushed by the gusto to tell the story.

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    Shemei A.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $1000 - $5000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Video Editor - Documentary
    • Documentary DP
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist

    About Shemei A.

    Shemei Agabo is a multimedia storyteller with a knack for telling human-interest stories. His passion is telling stories in novel and creative ways to effect social change and transformation. Shemei has 7 years of experience as a content creator. While documentary film is his main forte, he has also worked on several audio productions, most notably "PMLive Today," hosted by Patrick Kamara, and Radio West as a features story reporter. He has worked as a creative producer at Pixinartstudio in Uganda. He has produced, directed, and edited several documentaries for East African production companies and non-governmental organizations. He is currently a freelance multimedia storyteller pursuing his master’s in digital journalism at Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya, as well as an intern at Presciant, a New York-based brand consulting firm that works with clients to optimize their brand to drive future revenue, profit, and growth. Shemei is also the creative producer and editor of "AfriMillennial: The Podcast," which features Uganda's creative contemporaries sharing their stories. Shemei also volunteers with the ACTS Foundation, a network of Christian professionals working together to influence the spiritual, mental, and physical growth of Christian youth, and at a local church community in Kampala, Uganda, as part of a creative team to communicate their message and impact. Shemei is also a trained social media expert who has helped several startups, including the African Institute for Investigative Journalism, Kwenu Kampala, and Ouroots Africa, establish an online presence. Agabo is a firm believer in the power of storytelling to address and solve the continent's development challenges and social ills. He hopes to use his storytelling creativity and innovation to help Africa overcome its developmental challenges.