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job-img Staff needed for Summer Camp Greater Philadelphia Area • Emerging Level
Compensation: Paid
Contact Information
Contact: Kathy Wickline

Attention Teaching Artists, Actors and Filmmakers:

Casting Director, Kathy Wickline, CSA, sponsors several film-industry related one-week camps throughout PA. Instructors and assistants are currently needed for this 2022 Camp Season.
Complete availability is necessary for Monday- Friday.

Instructors would need knowledge of either filmmaking or acting. Your curriculum will be based on an outline of various on-camera tutorials and scripts, as well as improvisation.

Assistants would assist the teacher. Some industry experience is necessary.

How to Apply

Submit ALL of the following materials to:

– resume, including any teaching or camp experience
– the weeks and locations you are available from the list above
– your home zip code – you MUST live within 50 minutes of the locations you are applying for
– please state if you have background criminal clearances
– PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT unless you are in agreement with the specifications above.

For more information, locations and dates check out our website:
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job-img Associate Producer Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area • Emerging Level
The Network News team at TelevisaUnivision is looking for an Associate Producer to join our team!

The Associate Producer will be responsible for supporting the daily production of news shows including shows in our streaming news channel on VIX. This role will work closely with producers, reporters, and control room to ensure flawless execution of on-air product.


If you have a passion for researching information, breaking news, and have excellent writing skills, this role may be for you.

  • Work on daily show rundown, development of supers, banners, and graphics.
  • Research information and materials necessary for production.
  • Work closely with producers and provide suggestions on the production of the story.
  • Primarily work with Despierta America news segments.
  • Required to work early morning shift.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Broadcast Communications.
  • At least 2 years of experience in News and control room.
  • Strong news judgement.
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish communication both written and oral.
  • Excellent Spanish grammar.
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job-img SENIOR VIDEOGRAPHER Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida Area • Intermediate Level
The Senior Videographer may also lead creative or administrative projects in a variety of roles when appropriate. At times, the position will work as a one-person unit or with a small crew. The position will also be responsible for the daily organization and overall condition of the HSN in-house studio and the remote production resources such as the lighting production vehicles. Support Production Coordinator and load production gear in and out to support the various productions shoots daily.

Who we are 

Primarily at the general direction of the department’s Writer/Producers, the role is responsible for technical and creative execution decisions while operating video equipment including cameras and support, lighting, and audio along with technical and creative decisions for content such as narrative stories, lifestyle product demos, how-tos, promos and corporate content.

Your Impact
  • ·        Participate in a preproduction planning ensuring that technical details are represented in the design of a variety of types of projects – from large scale television commercials to smaller social media clips.
  • ·        Act as the technical expert advising creative teams on the needs of production to achieve the desired results.
  • ·        Make technical decisions determining the required equipment and materials for all shoots based on analysis of the following factors: subject matter or script, location, audio needs, time and lighting requirements/constraints, budgets and talent involvement and participation.
  • ·        Coordinate aspects of projects if necessary, including but not limited to schedules, equipment, transportation, facilities and content deliverables
  • ·        Strong ability to tackle smaller projects as a one-person unit (shoot, light, record sound)
  • ·        Build and style sets to achieve marketing goals of production including product presentations, how-tos and other types of content.
  • ·        Direct photography to achieve desired technical and creative results. Ensure that all content meets or exceeds HSN’s brand, feel and look.  Give direction to videographer and on-call/ freelance staff/ in-house staff from other supporting departments
  • ·        Partner with Producer to identify best/suitable locations for productions.  
  • ·        Operate a variety of video cameras, lenses, dollies, lighting, audio and support equipment to bring a marketing vision to fruition.
  • ·        Determines shot composition in conjunction with the producer and the Set Stylist.  Directs talent as to position, movements, action and script
  • ·        Set up and/or direct others in the setting up of lighting, measuring lighting with meters and scopes and setting proper exposure of camera.  
  • ·        Support other live and non-live productions as needed in a variety of support roles
  • ·        Produce, shoot and edit content for use on-line and/or live when appropriate
  • ·        Support Production Coordinator with logistics and execution for all video production
  • ·        May be required to travel at least 10 days out of the year for increments of 3 to 6 day periods
  • ·        Manage media on video shoots on a variety of formats and codecs.
  • ·        Ingest footage and manage necessary meta data enabling ease of content identification and recovery.
  • ·        Edit video pieces using non-linear editing software ensuring that the materials meet QVC’s standards for broadcast, web and social media.
  • ·        Operates and maintains proper levels and calibration of cameras, audio and video recorders, and other production equipment
What You Bring  
  • ·        Bachelor’s Degree in Photography, Communications, eCommerce, TV or Digital Media related field
  • ·        5-7 years’ experience in shooting, editing, video, lighting, grip work, studio and live productions.
  • ·        Must provide demo reel showcasing experience
  • ·        Extensive hands-on expertise with 4K HDR format Cameras
  • ·        Must possess strong lighting skill in studio, location, and ENG situations
  • ·        Artistic sensibility and a strong eye for detail
  • ·        Proven ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously under tight deadlines
  • ·        Maintain an attitude of unquestioned integrity, professionalism and a pleasant studio and remote atmosphere
  • ·        Extensive knowledge of specialized equipment such as dollies, jib/booms, Steadicam
  • ·        Effective knowledge of Adobe Premiere editing software highly preferred
  • ·        Working knowledge of media management and asset management systems
  • ·        Well-developed working knowledge of studio operations
  • ·        High level of emotional and professional maturity; positive, solution-based attitude
  • ·        Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills; ability to work well within a team
  • ·        Excellent organizational skills
  • ·        Use of Windows/Mac computers
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job-img Gaffer Vancouver, BC, Canada • Emerging Level
Job Position(s): Gaffer, Actors
Actor(s) Age Range (if applicable): 25-55
Project Type: Short Film
Job Date: August, TBD
Compensation: To Discuss
Union Status: Non-Union

We are film school students that are completing a short film during the summer, the project will only take 1-2 days to shoot. Please email for details, Thanks!

To apply for this job email your details to
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job-img Food Producer, Food Group Greater New York City Area • Intermediate Level
Your impact:

Are you passionate about food and cooking? Have an eye for making food look beautiful, and love sharing photos of it on social media? Are you interested in creating cooking videos? Do you have professional cooking experience? The Hearst Food Group is looking for a self-motivated, detail-oriented, dynamic food producer with strong cooking, styling, and photo skills and an interest in creating delicious content for the home cook. This is an opportunity to work and learn in a collaborative and fast-paced environment with the team that produces recipes and content for Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Women’s Health, Prevention, and Country Living, as well as other Hearst titles. Please note: For consideration, resumes must be received in PDF format with a cover letter, salary requirements, and a link to a portfolio of work.

What you’ll do:

• Research and pitch recipes and food stories
• Develop and test recipes
• Write and edit recipes
• Produce digital food shoots
• Style food 
• Create cooking videos
• Produce food-related social media content and corresponding assets (recipe, image, text)
• Appear on-air as needed, demonstrating recipes solo or with other talent

Who you are:

• You have 4 to 5 years of post-grad experience helping to create food content or working professionally with food; relevant experience in a consumer magazine setting or brand is a major plus
• You are passionate about food, and have built your own food following or have experience in a professional kitchen
• Experience testing and developing recipes, especially in a test kitchen setting or restaurant
• Experience with styling food for photography and with creating compelling photography for food-related social media
• Experience with creating food-related videos
• Able to shift gears quickly in a daily web/print publishing environment, and pitch in on whatever needs to get done
• Extremely organized and detail-oriented
• Bachelor’s degree is highly desirable
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job-img Part Time Associate Producer Orlando, Florida Area • Emerging Level
The qualified candidate will assist producers in all aspects of producing a newscast.  This will include writing stories, creating graphics, researching information and using video.  Associate Producers also assist in making phone calls to gather information about stories. In addition to writing for our broadcasts, our Associate Producers are also assigned to write/post stories daily to our digital and social media sites. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational and writing skills. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone looking to get his or her foot in the door and get started in a career in journalism with the ultimate goal of becoming a Producer.

Job Responsibilities: 
  • Researching and writing stories for our newscasts and digital platforms
  • Assist producers and reporters with research
  • Communicate effectively with assignment editors, producers, reporters, photographers, editors, production staff and news managers
  • Understand social media and be able to produce content on our digital platforms.
  • Making follow up calls and beat calls
  • Operate the Teleprompter
  • In-person attendance is required
Qualifications Requirements: 
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure.
  • Ability to work on deadlines.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Knowledge of ENPS are pluses. 
  • Bachelor’s Degree required with an emphasis in communications or journalism or equivalent military training from Defense Information School (DINFOS) preferred.
  • Hearst Television is a proud supporter of military veterans. Related military training and experience will be considered
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job-img Weather Internship – KNXV/KASW Phoenix, Arizona Area • Intern Level
This is a very hands-on opportunity to gain exposure to a fast-paced local newsroom. At ABC15 we pride ourselves on teamwork and integrity.  Internship duration is July 1- August 31, 2022. Students will work approximately 20 hours per week. Pay is minimum wage.  

What we require:

The Internship program offers college students the opportunity to take a first step into the broadcasting industry.  Interns must be:
  • Enrolled at an accredited college or university
  • Recommended as a junior or above and in good standing 
  • Receive college/university course credit for participating in this program.  The amount of course credit to be earned is determined, and must be verified, by the college/university prior to starting assignment.
To receive course credit, students must comply with all school requirements as well as all station requirements.  Grade point average and leadership experience are also an important part of the total assessment of student applicants.  

The following skills are required to be considered for the internship:

Computer/typing skills
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in person and on the phone
  • Completed at least one broadcast journalism writing course
  • Good organization skills
Students must also be up to date on current events (actively reading newspapers, watching newscasts and utilizing sources).  
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job-img Board Operator West Palm Beach, Florida Area • Emerging Level
The Board Operator ensures that all preplanned components of a broadcast are carried out as designed, including, set-up, operation and maintenance of electronic equipment used to transmit programs.

Job Responsibilities
  • Run the board, play the appropriate music, features, billboards, commercials, etc. during live or recorded news and/or brokered radio programs.
  • Operate and troubleshoot switcher and any other radio equipment used in the course of the production of a live or recorded broadcast.
  • Technical perfection and flawless execution of control board and equipment to regulate the volume and sound quality during radio broadcasts.
  • Observe monitors and manage outgoing audio and sounds levels.
  • Follow program log.
  • Monitor all systems and make sure they are all running on schedule. Note any issues or concerns on log.
  • Monitor and update severe weather forecasts.
  • When required, go on-air to report on life-threatening or emergency situations until further support arrives.
  • Record, edit or play back any sound requested from broadcasts.
  • Voice and produce news stories/features as requested/needed.
  • Answer phone calls during shift and screen calls.
  • Monitor automation, transmitter controls, which includes pattern/tower changes and record required readings.
  • Assess emergency situations for the station, and make decisions on when to call for additional support.
  • Knowledgeable of, and applies as needed, all current FCC rules and regulations.
  • Report to work on time and work established schedule/hours. Ability to work other hours or alternate schedules as needed, as assigned or requested by Program Director with little or no notice. Such alternate/additional work can include weekdays, evenings and weekends.
  • Complete other duties as requested and needed.
  • High School diploma or equivalent required, with a minimum one (1) year experience running a radio board preferred; or a combination of education and work experience to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • Must be able to respond and work well in a crisis and handle last minute and unexpected changes during work shift.
  • Be able to communicate quickly and clearly to co-workers and others as needed.
  • Ability to hear and speak clearly and follow both oral and written direction.
  • Ability to think critically and quickly and to articulate information in clear, concise manner to others.
  • Ability to think spontaneously and ad lib while on air in a coherent manner in situations that can change quickly.
  • Ability to learn automation systems.
  • Knowledge of transmission, broadcasting, switching, control, and operation of telecommunications systems.
  • Project an appropriate professional appearance and demeanor.
  • Ability to work in compliance with company and FCC policies and procedures.
  • Multi-task with a variety of duties while running the board.
  • Must be flexible and able to deal with unexpected changes calmly.
  • Able to make decisions and judgments quickly.
  • Follow directions well, especially over the phone.
  • Work well under pressure.
  • Available to work with short notice including early mornings, late evenings and weekends.
  • Ability to work established schedule and other hours as needed.
Physical Requirements: Ability to communicate in English, both verbally and in writing. Manual dexterity and fine motor skills to manipulate computer keys and board controls as well as general office equipment (telephone, copier, etc.) for extended periods of time. Wear headsets and be confined to a specific space during the course of work. Sit and/or stand for extended periods of time. Average pushing, pulling, bending, stooping and reaching over head. The Company may make reasonable accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions.
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