Description: Supervise weekend or as needed weekday operation and provide technical support of two television studios and control rooms and/or the Journalism Production Center's studio and editing facilities.
Required Knowledge: Video production process (acquisition through post production), television control room and/or broadcast news experience, non-linear editing (Final Cut Pro X). Experience with video switchers, audio mixers, television graphics and video/audio routers. Familiar with basic multi-camera production, video production and studio lighting. Audio and video patch bays Basic set and lighting rigging Final Cut Pro & Adobe Photoshop
Preferred/Desirable Knowledge: GrassValley or Ross SwitchersENPS (or other newsroom computer system), Final Cut Pro X, Control Room Automation for news, preferably Ross Overdrive), Adobe Photoshop, tapeless video acquisition and editing, knowledge of Media Asset Management, basic video/computer equipment maintenance/repair skills, strong knowledge of audio/video system setup and base level engineering. Chyron or Expression character generator SSL10 Audio BoardDVS Video ServerRTS Intercom SystemETC Lighting Boards
Required Prior Work Experience: 3 years of television production.
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