Digital Video Editor, News Now
Digital Video Editor, News Now
NBC News and MSNBC
Editing video. Lots of it. Some simple edits, lots of quick turnaround edits using footage being fed in from the field, and complex doc-style packages too
Utilizing the wide range of content NBC already has in its systems to create powerful video segments
Act as in-house edit guru, providing guidance and support to a team of producer / editors and making every project better.
Basic proficiency in After Effects to help elevate the quality of graphics
Multi-task and juggle multiple edits for regular and breaking-news programming
Comfortable working across broadcast and digital systems, and fluent in proper media management for potential remote editing
Editorial judgment, knowing what videos to use to properly tell the story
Quality check all video content
Keep senior producers and the EP up to date with assignment progress
• Fluent in Premiere and Avid. Comfortable in After
• You’ve been working in broadcast, digital or cable for
5+ years – preferably working on live daily shows, in
and around a control room, or high-volume digital
• You’ve edited non-fiction content in the past, preferably
• You’ve got a strong knowledge of current events, U.S.
politics, and pop culture.
• You are willing to work in New York, New York when the
pandemic is over.
• You love working with a team to collaborate on a narrative.
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This position is represented by the NewsGuild-CWA
We are all about making stuff. New stuff. Mold-breaking stuff. And we are setting out to invent a new kind of news channel for a rising generation of news junkies. OTT. On all the time. Live news of the highest quality. Authentic. Voicy. Not extreme. No shouting allowed. Unexpected. Maybe even funny sometimes. But always informative and always stories well-told.
There are tens of millions of people who need the news but who don’t have cable. Inventing a new channel requires a new kind of voice. Creative, untethered to the tried and true but knows a best practice or two that’s worth following. Fearless, deeply journalistic, and a thoughtful story-teller.
If inventing the future of news sounds like a good reason to get out of bed and go to work in the morning, then take a look at the nitty gritty below and get in touch. Resumes are helpful, sure, but seeing your work is what it’s all about. And if your current body of work so far doesn’t paint the right picture of you, then make us something else. But hurry. We’ve got a lot to do.
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