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DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY APPRENTICESHIP (GO TO TEAM) Waco, TX 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 photographer... 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 14 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 Waco, TX and you will work regularly with our Go To Team's Director of Photography, Roger Woodruff, for clients like High Noon, ESPN, NFL Network, CBS Sports, The Golf Channel, ABC, NBC 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 Waco 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 Waco, and build you to become a Director of Photography for us. If you want to live full-time in Waco then 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 Driver's License, Passport, Dependable Vehicle, but most of all a strong desire to be the best. Yearly Salary: $30,000 Term: Multi Year Contract Apprentice 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 two 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. Make your reel three minutes max. We need to see interviews and B-Roll. Color and time lapses are a plus, but put together one cohesive demo reel that tells us about you (stylistically) from behind the lens. Do not send us multiple links to your work. This needs to be a unique reel to Go To Team meeting the requirements above. One hin... watch the reels on our website. All Applicants must have a reel. No exceptions. Applicants without reel will not be accepted. Please include an email address. Reels and Resumes will be accepted on or before October 1st. Reels received after the October 1st deadline will not be accepted or reviewed. Reels will be accepted two ways. Email a downloadable link to your reel via vimeo or dropbox to TX_Apprentice@gototeam.com . Make sure to attach your cover letter and resume in the email. Mail 1 DVD or Thumb Drive Reel and Resume to our box listed below. Mail Reel and Resume to: Roger Woodruff 4300 W Waco Dr Ste B2-188 Waco, TX 76710 For updates on the hiring process, please follow our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/gototeam
[24250 From: Carason Lehmann]
NEWS PHOTOJOURNALIST / EDITOR (WRIC) Richmond, VA WRIC 8News is looking for a News Photojournalist/Editor who is organized, enthusiastic and passionate about great storytelling. The ideal candidate must display creativity, attention to detail, and understand the value of capturing compelling video and sound. Must be able to edit pictures to words and tell a story. No wallpaper video. Must be able to make quick decisions under pressure and meet deadlines. Communicate effectively with the public and co-workers. The successful candidate must be able to master Edius editing system and shooting on Panasonic P2. Be willing to work overtime and work flexible shifts. A minimum of 2 years experience is required. Qualified applicants may apply online at www.mediageneral.com/careers. EOE M/F/V/D Background check and Drug screen required.
[24249 From: Brenda Kump]
PHOTOJOURNALIST (WWBT) Richmond, VA Photojournalist - WWBT/NBC12, Richmond, VA seeks motivated Photojournalist with minimum 3 years news videography experience to join our team. Successful candidate will have proven initiative in newsgathering on all platforms, ENG cameras and video editing (Edius). Responsible for maintaining assigned gear, operating ENG trucks and live devices. Candidate will also be required to contribute content to digital platforms. Must be willing and able to work a variety of shifts including but not limited to mornings, afternoons, evenings, late nights, holidays and weekends. Valid driver's license, proof of insurance, and a good driving record required. Qualified candidates ONLY apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com. Also include links to your work. Drug Screen & MVR check required. EOE M/F/D/V.
[24248 From: Judy Gibson]
TV NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER (WRAL) Raleigh, NC JOB NUMBER: 1379 DIVISION/DEPARTMENT: WRAL-TV News DESCRIPTION: WRAL-TV in Raleigh is seeking an individual to shoot and edit news stories and special projects. Individual must be a creative storyteller and produce active liveshots consistently. This position requires sound news judgment, a positive attitude, strong interpersonal skills, and flexibility in work schedules and assignments. This person must be able to travel on assignment and possess a wide range of technical skills, to include operation of live trucks. Five years of news photography and non-linear editing experience required. Experience in the operation of microwave trucks is required and satellite truck operation experience is preferred. Applicants must have a valid driver's license with a safe driving record and the ability to gain a DOT health certificate. A pre-employment drug screening is required. All candidates must apply online at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=capitolbci&jobId=801338892_565&lang=en_US. EOE M/F. All Capitol Broadcasting Company properties are tobacco free. Capitol Broadcasting Company participates in E-Verify.
[24247 From: Mary Eaton]
SAT TRUCK OP / PHOTOGRAPHER (CREW WEST / SAT WEST) Phoenix, AZ Crew West/Sat West is a production company that specializes in video acquisition. We have done network news, sports, commercial and live broadcast in Arizona since 1994. Candidates must have three years' experience with a KU uplink truck and not be afraid of a video camera. You will be working at the network level almost immediately and with highly experienced camera crews. Working weekends is a normal thing here, especially in football season. We will also be involved with this year's NCAA Final Four. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org We offer health insurance and 401K.
[24246 From: Jim Farrell]
SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER (KMTV) Omaha, NE KMTV(CBS), the Scripps station in Omaha, NE is looking for a Senior Photographer. The senior photographer will capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms as well as operate satellite news gathering equipment. Key activities Capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms Work closely with newsroom personnel to create and develop news stories Responsible for operating various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to microwave live truck, video camera, and video editing equipment Drive and operate a Satellite News Gathering (SNG) truck with multiple uplink and multi-camera production capability Maintain satellite uplink logs and reports as required by law Knowledge and demonstration of creativity, editorial judgment, journalistic ethics, libel laws and NPPA style storytelling Drive company vehicle for business purposes Utilize graphics software packages for enhanced editing and appealing visual content Knowledge of and proficiency in posting content to station's Web sites Operate a mobile wireless backpack Assist chief photographer in maintaining equipment and vehicles Help chief photographer guide photographer staff with shooting, editing and operating equipment Work an on-call shift as assigned Perform other duties as assigned Education & Experience/Certifications Proficiency with lighting and advanced computer based editing, including Edius and Final Cut Pro Proficiency with live microwave truck and SNG truck operations 5 years experience as a photographer for a news station Work environment Valid driver's license, driving record in compliance with station policy To apply, go to this link or to the Scripps website: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/RTI.home?c=1060841&d=External&r=5000118139906
[24245 From: Jason Boyd]
VIDEOGRAPHER / EDITOR (Miami HEAT) Miami, FL The Miami HEAT is looking for a creative and self-motivated videographer/editor 3 years of television broadcast experience and the ability to tell a story through quality photography and sound. Candidates must possess knowledge of best practices in sports video production and electronic news gathering acquisition and will play an important role in documenting the team. Candidates must also possess an attention to production values and details and must have action sports (basketball preferred) experience illustrated on resume reel. The position will be responsible for producing and editing features via AVID non-linear edit system for all HEAT digital mediums. creative lighting techniques, and live-remote experience required. Responsibilities include: covering HEAT practices & events; manage and maintain equipment inventory and video archiving system; serve as liaison with television stations for media exposure and assist with the day to day operation of a media production department Will be required to learn all Arena broadcast systems and broadband connectivity. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and motion graphics a plus. Must be able to work long hours and weekends during the NBA season and possess a valid driver's license with dependable transportation. Traveling may be required so candidate must have a valid passport. Fulltime 48k with HEAT perks and benefits. Please email resume and mandatory resume reel via a link Ed Filomia, Sr. Director, Broadcast Services at email@example.com .
[24244 From: John Cervera]
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