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(1/26)
CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER (WGCL) Atlanta, GA WGCL-TV (CBS46) has an opening for a Chief Photographer. Chief responsibilities include training/critiquing and directing a staff of photojournalists. Photography duties include shooting and editing stories in non-linear format, setting up microwave and satellite shots. Must be able to work weekends, longer hours or varying shifts when necessary to meet production and broadcast deadlines. Coordinate with engineering on the maintenance of the news vehicle fleet and photography gear. Set up and operate microwave and sat truck. Post to web or other multi-media platforms. Qualifications: High School or GED certificate. Degree in broadcast journalism/production preferred. Minimum 10 years of experience in News camera/field photography. Good leadership skills in such areas as communication, coaching, critiquing and providing feedback. Partner with management to refine best practices and workflows. Collaboratively establish visual standards for photographers. Must be fully knowledgeable in all aspects of ENG field operations. Must be able to operate an ENG microwave and satellite trucks. Must be proficient working with Non-linear edit systems. Most possess valid driver's license and be able to meet Fleet Driver Safety. Meredith is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply go to: www.meredith.apply2jobs.com
[24170 From: Laurel Berenguer]

(1/25)
TV PHOTOJOURNALIST (Langley Productions / COPS) USA Langley Productions seeks an experienced NPPA news photographer to shoot in high intensity, adrenaline-pumping, run-and-gun 'Cinema-verite' style for the COPS television show. Applicants must possess both a willingness to grow as a photographer as well the ability to tell a powerful and compelling visual story with no field producer calling the shots. Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to work in high stress, unpredictable situations with no hand holding required. Must have a minimum of three years experience shooting ENG/breaking news, prior military service is a plus. Must be willing to travel for extended periods of time, and no relocation required. Experience shooting with the Sony XDCAM also a plus. To Apply; Please email links to your reel with example of handheld and or NPPA stories you have shot, and resume to: info@cops.com NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Interviews will be conducted with Skype so please have access to computer with camera. Applicants will be required to pass background checks and drug tests prior to and during employment.
[24169 From: Zach Ragsdale]

(1/21)
PHOTOGRAPHER (WJLA) Washington, DC WJLA / NewsChannel 8 in the nation's 8th largest market is looking for a highly skilled and creative photographer to join our award winning staff. If you know how to shoot and edit engaging stories then we want to hear from you. Join the nation's most exciting news market. Candidate must have: 3 years newsgathering experience, thorough working knowledge of electronic newsgathering equipment, ability to shoot, edit and operate an ENG truck, and the ability to light for both live and taped assignments. Be part of a newsroom that values your story ideas, and encourages creative and compelling storytelling. Go to the Sinclair employment page and search District of Columbia to apply: https://sbgtv-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?version=1&company_id=17011
[24168 From: Ernie Ensign]

(1/20)
DP Apprenticeship (Go To Team) Charleston, SC Are you a passionate storyteller who's ready to take your shooting to the next level? Go To Team is offering a unique opportunity to Local and Production Cameramen and Chief Photographers as our next cameraman. This position is designed for video/digital format shooters (not still photographers... no offense) that want to gain the experience needed to shoot, run audio, and light at the highest level. We have successfully run this apprenticeship for Fourteen years and all of our former apprentices are now full-time Directors of Photography or on their way to becoming one for Go To Team. This position is initially based in Charleston, SC and you will work regularly with our Go To Team Director of Photography, Dave Baker, for clients like NBC, NFL Network, CBS Entertainment, ESPN, Fox Sports, The Golf Channel, ABC news and E!. You will be working as a camera assist, running audio, and lighting while learning every aspect of high-end video production. This position has a heavy travel schedule taking the crew outside of Charleston regularly. At the end of the Apprenticeship phase (8-12 months) we'll move you into a full-time Cameraman position, in your own city outside of Charleston, and build you to become a Director of Photography for us. If you want to live full time in Charleston, this position is not for you. We often work odd hours on short notice where some weeks are busier than others. Lots of driving and heavy travel are guaranteed. Our crews drive hundreds of miles before and after shooting on a regular basis. If you do not like to drive, this position isn't for you. Experience in PA, Audio and Grip work are a plus. However, a solid reel and hard working attitude are key. Requirements: Valid Drivers License, Passport, Dependable Vehicle, but most of all a strong desire to be the best. Yearly Salary: $30,000 Term: 3 Year Contract video production video crew sports nbc news NASCAR Los Angeles HD fox sports director of photography Charlotte Atlanta abc news video production camera crew video production video crew sports nbc news NASCAR Los Angeles HD fox sports director of photography Charlotte Atlanta abc news video production camera crew This is designed for talented storytellers that are cameramen who want to shoot at their best. Federal Apprenticeship guidelines require at least a college degree or 2 years of work related experience. There is only one way to apply. Tell us a story with material that you've shot. While student films are interesting they're not what we do on a daily basis. 98% of what we shoot is "make you care" pieces for Major sports, news and entertainment companies. We need to see interviews and B-Roll. Color and timelapses are a plus, but put together one cohesive demo reel that tells us about you (stylistically) from behind the lens. This needs to be a unique reel to Go To Team meeting the requirements above. Mail 1 DVD Reel and Resume to our box listed below. Applicants without reel will not be accepted. Please include an email address. Reels and Resumes will be accepted on or before March 15th. Reels received after the March 15th deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Mail Reel and Resume to: Dave Baker - 1317-M North Main Street #213 , Summerville ‎ SC‎ 29483 For updates on the hiring process, please follow our facebook page (http://facebook.com/gototeam).
[24167 From: Courtney Crosby]

(1/15)
VIDEOGRAPHER (Swedish Public Television SVT) Washington, DC We're looking for a smart photojournalist to join a foreign broadcast network's U.S. bureau in Washington, D.C. You will work in a three-person team covering breaking news and features with different news formats from daily recap stories to mini-documentaries. Full-time freelance contract; paid vacation. Fantastic job for the right person! Tentative start date June 2015. Our ideal candidate will have: - creative storytelling skills - camera experience in news gathering and live shots - expert editing skills (Avid Media or similar program) - awareness of and interest in national and international news and current affairs - willingness to travel frequently (sometimes weekly) Any second-language skills are a plus; Spanish preferred. Please send cover letter, resume, and a work-sample link to: alexafleming@gmail.com [subject line: camera job]
[24166 From: Alexandra Fleming]

(1/9)
PHOTOGRAPHER (KDEN) Denver, CO KDEN has an opportunity for a TV-photojournalist to join our News operations team. The TV-photojournalist will work closely with News operations, management, On-Air reporters and other newsroom personnel to gather high-quality and informative news stories. The Ideal candidate will be held to the highest journalistic standards. Field photographers also work on other station projects as assigned. Qualifications/Requirements Basic Qualifications - Minimum 2 years of experience as a TV-photojournalist - Must be fully knowledgeable of all aspects of ENG field operations - Must understand how to do great and creative live shots with cutting edge technologies and time constraints - Must be proficient working with (non-linear editing systems) - Must be familiar with the Panasonic P2 workflow - Must have a valid driver's license and a clean driving record and be able to operate a microwave truck - Must be able to carry 50 lbs. of weight - Must understand File Transfer Protocol workflows and Windows OS - Job requires the ability to perform well in severe weather for long periods of time - Must be fluent in Spanish and English verbal and written - Must have excellent communications skills - Must work well under pressure and tight deadlines - Must be self-motivated, problem-solver, collaborative and possess a high level of creativity to tell stories with sound and images both alone or with reporters or producers - Must be willing to work long hours and weekends and holidays when needed Eligibility Requirements: - External applicants must submit a resume/CV through nbcunicareers.com to be considered - Must be able to work a flexible schedule in a 24/7 news environment in addition to standard hours - Must be willing to submit to a background investigation - Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States - Must be 18 years or older - Must be willing to work in Aurora, CO Desired Characteristics Desired: - Degree in broadcast journalism/ TV Production/ Communications - Excellent newsgathering skills, journalistic sense, understanding News production, station promotions and other station projects as assigned - Work independently and capture informative and reliable images and audio for broadcast or web - Exceptional knowledge navigating the Internet and working with computers and digital equipment - Work with others efficiently under daily and deadline pressure To apply go to: http://www.nbcunicareers.com/ and search for job# 19263BR
[24165 From: Jose A. Guzman]

(1/9)
DP Apprenticeship (Go To Team) Charlotte, NC Are you a passionate storyteller who's ready to take your shooting to the next level? Go To Team is offering a unique opportunity to Local and Production Cameramen and Chief Photographers as our next cameraman. This position is designed for video/digital format shooters (not still photographers... no offense) that want to gain the experience needed to shoot, run audio, and light at the highest level. We have successfully run this apprenticeship for Fourteen years and all of our former apprentices are now full-time Directors of Photography or on their way to becoming one for Go To Team. This position is initially based in Charlotte, NC and you will work regularly with our Go To Team Director of Photography, Ryan Dumville, for clients like CNBC, CBS Entertainment, ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC, The Golf Channel, ABC news and E!. You will be working as a camera assist, running audio, and lighting while learning every aspect of high-end video production. This position has a heavy travel schedule taking the crew outside of Charlotte regularly. At the end of the Apprenticeship phase (8-12 months) we'll move you into a full-time Cameraman position, in your own city outside of Charlotte, and build you to become a Director of Photography for us. If you want to live full time in Charlotte, this position is not for you. We often work odd hours on short notice where some weeks are busier than others. Lots of driving and heavy travel are guaranteed. Our crews drive hundreds of miles before and after shooting on a regular basis. If you do not like to drive, this position isn't for you. Experience in PA, Audio and Grip work are a plus. However, a solid reel and hard working attitude are key. Requirements: Valid Drivers License, Passport, Dependable Vehicle, but most of all a strong desire to be the best. Yearly Salary: $30,000 Term: 3 Year Contract Director of Photography Apprenticeship: Charlotte This is designed for talented storytellers that are cameramen who want to shoot at their best. Federal Apprenticeship guidelines require at least a college degree or 2 years of work related experience. There is only one way to apply. Tell us a story with material that you've shot. While student films are interesting they're not what we do on a daily basis. 98% of what we shoot is "make you care" pieces for Major sports, news and entertainment companies. We need to see interviews and B-Roll. Color and timelapses are a plus, but put together one cohesive demo reel that tells us about you (stylistically) from behind the lens. This needs to be a unique reel to Go To Team meeting the requirements above. Mail 1 DVD Reel and Resume to our box listed below. Applicants without reel will not be accepted. Please include an email address. Reels and Resumes will be accepted on or before March 1st . Reels received after the March 1st deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Mail Reel and Resume to: Ryan Dumville - 401 Hawthorne Lane, Suite 110 #109, Charlotte, NC 28204-2358 For updates on the hiring process, please follow our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/gototeam.
[24164 From: Courtney Crosby]

(12/23)
PHOTOGRAPHER (WBNS) Columbus, OH WBNS-TV, Central Ohio's News Leader, has an opening for a talented photojournalist to partner with our reporters to produce stories with strong visual content. We're seeking a professional with a keen eye for detail who excels in breaking news and enterprise situations. The successful candidate will bring a high level of motivation, a desire to win daily, a passion for news and storytelling and above average non-linear editing skills. Our photographers are team players who also operate live trucks and fly in our helicopter and operate our FLIR stabilized camera. At least three years experience as a photographer for a local TV news station is required; experience with Panasonic P2, Edius and Grass Valley preferred. Please include a link to recent work in your resume or cover letter. Qualified individuals may submit a resume online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. Dispatch Broadcast Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free workplace.
[24155 From: Margaret Thomas]

(12/22)
SAT/SNG OP (KRNV) Reno, NV Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 1. Ability to drive and operate both SNG and ENG trucks; 2. Ability to deploy the antenna and rapidly locate and identify commonly used satellites in North America; 3. Gathering satellite feeds for broadcast use; 4. Knowledge of DOT rules and regulations; 5. Ability to troubleshoot equipment in the field with engineering support; 6. Ability to tune in live shots from the station when not in the field; 7. Preparation and operation of equipment (before, during and after live newscasts); 8. Support the production of newscasts and other live or taped programming for television and multi- platform uses; 9. Support the operation of the station by assisting Engineering, News, and other departments; and 10. Other duties as assigned. Required Experience  Minimum of two years broadcast experience.  Working knowledge of broadcast station operations.  Clean driving record. General Hours: full-time position, to include mornings, days, overnights, evenings, weekend and vacation Contact: NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! Mail, Fax or email resume to Pat St. John Clerke Mail: 1790 Vassar Street Reno, NV 89502 FAX: 775-336-0605 Email: pstjohnclerke@interwestcom.com with copy to Ashley.morgan@foxreno.com
[24163 From: Pat St. John Clerke]

(12/19)
ETV - AP/DIRECTOR (Mississippi Public Broadcastin) Jackson, MI TITLE OF POSITION: ETV- Associate Producer/Director (PIN 0286) DEPARTMENT: Production ANNUAL ENTRY SALARY: $25,043.90 JOB DUTIES INCLUDE: This is professional work involving a variety of television production functions in the areas of set construction, field, and studio production, lighting, rigging, and audio. The incumbent uses field video production equipment, including camera support equipment, lighting, and electrical gear, to assist team of videographers in location production. In studio, the incumbent uses studio camera, lighting, and sound equipment to assist in variety of productions. Incumbent uses post production equipment to log tapes and prepare cue sheets and other production documents. Incumbent uses drafting, woodworking, and painting tools to assist in scenic design shop. Incumbent assist with assembling and disassembling set in studio and in the field. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Radio/Television/ Film or a related field; (OR) Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED), (AND) four (4) years of experience in work related to the described duties; (OR) Above graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED), related education and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. This position is classified as State Service, Non-Exempt. See Web Site for complete description (www.mpbonline.org). SUBMIT: Applicants may apply online through the Mississippi State Personnel Board or mail the State of MS application, demo and references to Mississippi Public Broadcasting, Attn: Human Resources, 3825 Ridgewood Road, Jackson, MS 39211 received by December 26, 2014. Resumes not accepted in lieu of applications. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: MISSISSIPPI AUTHORITY FOR EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 3825 RIDGEWOOD ROAD, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 39211
[24162 From: Gearlletha Stevens]

(12/17)
PHOTOGRAPHER (KJRH) Tulsa, OK KJRH TV is seeking a photographer who is passionate about story telling. We're looking for a creative photojournalist who adheres to NPPA standards. You will be working with reporters as well as turning nat sound PKGS and self-contained MMJ PKGS. Beginning, middle, end, moments, action reaction, these are the elements we will be looking for in your shooting. If interested please go to KJRH.com and click on the "about us" tab you will be directed to the posting under KJRH JOBS.
[24161 From: Phil Willette]

(12/12)
PHOTOGRAPHER / EDITOR (KTVX/KUCW) Salt Lake City, UT PHOTOGRAPHER / EDITOR SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with ability and experience. DUTIES: Photography and Editing for general assignment, spot news, features and live shots. With at least 2 years experience. Includes lighting, audio and overall quality control. REQUIREMENTS: Demonstrate ability to shoot high quality pictures. Applicant has to work well under deadline pressure and be able to multi-task. Must be able to think quickly and edit Non Linear, preferably Edius. Must also be comfortable with social media. Experience in ENG live shots a necessity. Experience working with an SNG unit preferred. CLOSING DATE: Applications will be accepted until position is filled. CONTACT: Please send resume: ABC 4/KTVX Attn: Todd Petersen 2175 West 1700 South Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 tpetersen@abc4.tv AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
[24160 From: Todd Petersen]

(12/5)
VIDEOGRAPHER / EDITOR (FEATURE STORY NEWS) New York, NY Feature Story News, the world's leading independent broadcast news agency, is expanding. Established in 1992 and headquartered in Washington DC, the company now operates 20 full-time bureaus worldwide, and will soon be establishing full-time offices in several additional global locations. We`re currently seeking additional videographer/VT editors to work in our bureaus in NEW YORK CITY. The successful applicants will split their time between a busy news office in midtown Manhattan, and our bureau at United Nations Headquarters. These are NOT entry level positions and they are NOT on-air positions. We're looking for candidates with a minimum of FIVE years experience at a network level shooting and editing daily news pieces with a high degree of technical proficiency and creativity. Previous live-shot experience is also essential. You'll also have well-developed skills using Adobe Premiere and/or Final Cut Pro, and a strong knowledge of compression standards and color correction. Successful applicants will join an Emmy award-winning team of innovative, talented and flexible self-starters who work at the cutting edge of the broadcast news industry and have a great time doing it. Resumes and links to reels to: jobs@featurestory.com with the words "NEW YORK" in the subject line. ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS.
[24159 From: Simon Marks]

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