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SENIOR ONLINE EDITOR (Mississippi Public Broadcastin) Jackson, MI Department: Production Annual entry salary - Competitive JOB DUTIES INCLUDE: Mississippi Public Broadcasting is looking to fill the position of Online Editor. Online editing includes working on the assembly of major local programs, with focus towards final stages of postproduction. Working with computer graphics software to create still photographs and animated sequences, adding title key effects, and video color correction for visual aesthetics as well as to meet technical specifications of the FCC, PBS and NTSC in creating the highest quality broadcast standards. Editing with Adobe Premiere CC, as well as Final Cut 7 and AVID required. Basic linear tape to tape editing/dubbing maybe be required occasionally. Basic Adobe After Effects and Photoshop skills required. Works closely with Producer, Directors, and Art Department personnel in accomplishing production goals. On occasion, may be needed to fill in as Technical Director/switcher or video shading operator (CCU) in the studio or the remote truck. Keeps up to date on the latest HD DTV standards, as well as file formats and codecs. Helps with media management on ProMax SAN and Avid Unity servers as well as producer assigned portable drives. Assists in preparing final master of on-lined shows with post-audio and closed caption departments. Assists in encoding media for mobile and web distribution. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: An Associate's Degree from an accredited two-year college in a related field; (AND) four (4) years of experience in work directly related to the above-described duties; (OR) Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED), (AND) six (6) years of experience in work directly related to the above-described duties. This position is classified as State Service, Exempt. See Web Site for complete description ( SUBMIT: Applicants may apply online through the Mississippi State Personnel Board or mail the State of MS application to Mississippi Public Broadcasting, Attn: Human Resources, 3825 Ridgewood Road, Jackson, MS 39211 received by August 18, 2014. Resumes not accepted in lieu of applications. MPB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
[24138 From: Cindy Stevenson]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (WAKA) Montgomery, AL Alabama News Network is accepting applications for a Photojournalist position for the local CBS affiliate, WAKA-TV and the local ABC affiliate WNCF-TV in Montgomery, AL. We are looking for a team oriented, hard working, and multi-talented individual to cover daily assignments. The successful candidate should possess excellent videography, lighting and non-linear editing skills. Experience with HD Camera Operation and operating ENG equipment is a plus. This position also calls for previous experience operating microwave live trucks. The ability to lift and carry 40 lbs. equipment on a daily basis is required. Some college or technical school training preferred. This is a full time position and offers benefits. Please send tape or link with resume to Human Resources, WAKA-TV, 4001 Carmichael Road, Suite 100, Montgomery, AL 36106 or email No phone calls, please.
[24137 From: Laura Ross]

TV NEWS PHOTOJOURNALIST / MMJ (WAVY) Portsmouth, VA WAVY TV (NBC) 2009 - 2013 NPPA Medium Market Station of the Year is looking for a talented photojournalist to join our award winning news staff. NPPA style of shooting and editing preferred. We pay for NPPA memberships and enter stories in the quarterly clip contest on a regular basis. Candidates must be experienced in live truck operations, non-linear editing, and have a good eye for shooting news. We shoot on Sony XDCAM PDW-700 cameras and edit on Avid in full HD. We are in the Norfolk/VA Beach, VA market (#43), our coverage extends from Williamsburg/Eastern Shore of Virginia to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. 2 years news experience preferred and a good driving record required. If you want to move to the beach and join a great news team, apply online at: (, Top nav: More, Work for Us) Click on Search, select: TV News Photojournalist EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability No calls
[24136 From: Jeff Myers]

VIDEO PRODUCER (United States Army Band) Ft. Myer, VA The United States Army Band "Pershing's Own" Ft. Myer, VA The full-time position of Video Producer for The United States Army Band is OPEN IMMEDIATELLY and will remain open until filled. The Video Producer is responsible for recording, editing and creating video content to be used in live multi-media performances, marketing and training for The United States Army Band. The projects vary, from short PSAs to feature documentaries to short films and music videos. Enlistment in the U.S. Army is a requirement. Civilians are encouraged to apply but enlistment in the Army is mandatory. Immediately following Army basic combat training selectee would proceed to the full time, stabilized position of Video Producer and member of The United States Army Band. Rank of Staff Sergeant (E6) automatic upon arrival to unit. Active Army Soldiers must qualify for reclassification to PMOS 42S Special Musician. Soldiers in PMOS 42S are eligible for accelerated promotion to SSG/E-6. Reserve Component Soldiers must qualify for Active Army enlistment and for reclassification to PMOS 42S Special Musician. Soldiers in PMOS 42S are eligible for accelerated promotion to SSG/E-6. Prior Service Soldiers must qualify for Active Army enlistment and for reclassification to PMOS 42S Special Musician. Soldiers in PMOS 42S are eligible for accelerated promotion to SSG/E-6.
[24135 From: MSG Julian R. Ayers, Sr]

PHOTOGRAPHERS/EDITORS (NH1) Concord, NH NH1 News Seeks Photographer/Editors - Television Job Description: Based in the brand new NH1 Media Center in Concord, NH1 is hiring News Photographer/Editors who will shoot and edit content for NH1 Television, website and mobile platforms. These individuals must love news and have the desire to chase a great story and beat the competition. This position reports to the NH1 television Assignment Manager. Responsibilities: * Shoot and edit video and sound for news stories. * Conduct recorded and live interviews for broadcast and digital platforms. * Operate as a one-person band or as part of a multi-person team. * Set up and execute live remotes including the safe and efficient operation of all newsgathering equipment and vehicles. * Must have skill and knowledge in areas of lighting and audio. * Must be a skilled editor who regularly edits video for broadcast and digital platforms. * Duties include regular and frequent on-line posting of videos, photos, and stories to the web. * Work with assignment desk, reporters, and journalists in covering daily news material. * Capable of running in studio cameras or willing to undergo proper training to learn how to use studio cameras. * Occasionally assigned to run video receive center. Requirements: * 1-2 years of experience as a television news photographer. * Must be a strong shooter, editor, and storyteller. * Must have computer software experience * Non-linear editing experience. * Carry assigned gear. * Ability to work flexible shifts. * Drive company vehicle. * Valid Driver's License and vehicle record check. * Creative, curious, enthusiastic, positive attitude and a team player. * Willing to develop news sources. * Solution oriented. * Calm under pressure. * College degree preferred. Experience in lieu of education will be considered. Please send resume, salary history and relevant work examples to NH1 and Binnie Media are Equal Opportunity Employers. - See more at:
[24134 From: Robb Atkinson]

NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER/EDITOR (WVEC) Norfolk, VA WVEC is looking to hire a full-time News Photographer/Editor. You will serve as a news photographer assigned to shoot and edit stories meeting a daily deadline. You will need to drive and operate microwave units performing live shots, and perform satellite operations using our satellite van. You will serve in an on call rotation and must be able to work extended hours during breaking news and weather coverage. You must be able to work closely with co-workers to produce an excellent news product. The position requires you to serve as a show editor when needed; editing and recording news feed; route and record various satellite and microwave sources. Knowledge of newsroom operations and Edius or Adobe Premier editing software is a plus. One year of college and or technical training in non linear editing is preferred. You must have a valid driver's license, good driving record and be a high school graduate. You must have continual knowledge of news stories locally, nationally and internationally and posses journalistic integrity. If you want to live in a great region near the ocean, send cover letter, resume and nonreturnable DVD or link of your work to Human Resources, WVEC, 613 Woodis Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia, 23510. No phone calls. Send inquiries to WVEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
[24133 From: Jane Davis]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (WWBT) Richmond, VA NBC12, Richmond's No. 1 news operation seeks Photojournalist with 3 years experience and proven initiative in news gathering. Qualified applicants only apply on-line and attach links to your work at: Drug/MVR Screening required. EOE M/F/H/D
[24132 From: Judy Gibson]

FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER (WVIT) Hartford, CT NBC Connecticut is looking for a freelance photographer for the station's daily news programs. The successful candidate will take a proactive approach to developing content for breaking news and daily stories. We need someone who understands and practices ethical journalism, gathers news facts and creates compelling stories when on assignment with or without a reporter, works with daily deadlines, is responsible for the daily operation of all ENG equipment including; ENG cameras, portable VTR, ENG editing gear, audio, lighting and microwave equipment and operates motor vehicles and live trucks. The photographer will work with news managers and assignment editors and producers to identify and execute news coverage, provide status of coverage to management and establish a network of contacts and sources across Connecticut. To apply, please email your resume to
[24131 From: Human Resources]

NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER / EDITOR (District News Beat) Washington, DC News Photographers/Editors Needed Do you LOVE news? Do you have AT LEAST 2 years experience as a News Videographer and editor? If so, we invite you to come grow with us! We are a new TV news operation preparing to launch our inaugural broadcast in September. The 30-minute weekly hyper-local newscast is scheduled to air on a local PBS station and will be broadcast throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area. We are seeking photographer/editors with the following skill set: --At least two years experience working in TV News --Ability to turn around news stories (packages, VO/VO-SOT, pressers) in one day --Some knowledge of local (Washington Metropolitan Area) news market --Ability to work well with other news staff (reporters, producers, field producers) --Own HD camera/editing equipment a plus For daily rates and more information about our newscast, please forward a resume and demo link to
[24130 From: Jayne Cubbage]

INVESTIGATIVE PHOTOGRAPHER (WTVF) Nashville, TN The NewsChannel 5 Network is looking for an INVESTIGATIVE PHOTOGRAPHER. Winner of a 2014 Peabody, 2012 Alfred I. DuPont Award, Multiple Regional Emmy Awards, Headliners and Edward R. Murrow Awards, WTVF values journalistic integrity and visual storytelling. The ideal candidate is competitive, detail oriented, a team player, organized, and considered among the best at visual storytelling. Please send a resume and a non-returnable video to Kevin Wisniewski, Executive Producer of NewsChannel 5 Investigates, 474 James Robertson Parkway, Nashville, TN 37219. No phone calls or emails please. Deadline for applications is Monday, June 16, 2014. WTVF is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
[24129 From: Mike Rose]

PHOTOJOURNALIST (WBBH/WZVN) Naples/Fort Myers, FL We are looking for enthusiastic photojournalists to add to our award-winning team. You should be a creative storyteller and a motivated team player with a minimum of two years news gathering experience. This is not a one-man-band position. You will develop stories with a reporter and give input throughout the development of your story. Between our 2 stations we produce 11 1/2 hours of news a day so don't apply if you aren't ready to work. You'll be shooting HD on JVC cameras and editing on Canopus/Grass Valley (Edius) non-linear equipment both in-house and in our 5 live trucks. We are HD from acquisition to transmission. We maintain high photojournalistic standards, believe in giving feedback that encourages development and subscribe to the methods of the NPPA at our shop. Live truck knowledge is helpful but we will train no matter what your previous experience. A clean driving record is a must. EOE. Please no phone calls. Email with video links or ship a DVD and resume with at least 3 references to: Jennifer Gamble - Director of Human Resources - Waterman Broadcasting - 3719 Central Ave. - Ft. Myers FL 33901.
[24128 From: Todd Ofenbeck]

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