WLWT-TV, the Hearst owned NBC affiliate in Cincinnati, has an opening for a highly motivated and creative News Editor-Videographer to work in a very competitive news market.
May 03, 2022
Our ideal candidate has an excellent eye for visual compelling storytelling and is passionate about combining strong writing and storytelling with great pictures and sound. This candidate must be able to use advanced editing software and be creative with editing and effects under tight deadlines. This position will cover news stories as assigned.
- Edit stories, videos, and newscasts on tight deadlines.
- Nonlinear editing (using Adobe Premiere) of newscast elements including PKGs, VOs, VOSOTs, opens, teases and preproduction material.
- Effectively collaborates with producers, reporters, and managers to produce high quality stories.
- Maintaining standards for all edited material.
- Taking in ENG and SNG feeds.
- Any other editing duties as assigned by news managers.
- Ensuring proper storage and organization of media files.
- Operate electronic newsgathering equipment.
- Shoot, edit and send back material from the field.
- Maintain news archives.
- Can easily carry up to 50 pounds.
- In person work required.
- Professional experience with nonlinear editing software (Adobe Premiere or equivalent) required.
- Military on-air producing experience will be considered.
- Ability to work on linear and non- linear equipment.
- Proficiency editing with Adobe Premiere.
- Ability to edit on non- linear equipment, including Final Cut Pro, Avid and Edius.
- Must be able to handle and juggle multiple editing assignments under strict deadlines.
- Knowledge of current television production techniques.
- Familiarity with mass communications law and media responsibilities.
- Communicate effectively with photographers and producers.
- Must be able to record multiple feeds on a digital encoding system.
- Able to search for source materials from multiple outlets and platforms.
- Able to work in a fast paced, detail-oriented environment with calm, skilled execution.
- Possess a valid drivers’ license and good driving record
- High School Diploma.
- Some college or technical school preferred.
- Military training from Defense Information School (DINFOS) is a plus.