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Posted by: Jasmine Love
Wed, 02-12-2014 12:21 PM Report Comment
Title: Avid Technician Type: Full Time Duration: Temporary Education Four Year Degree Experience: 5-10 Years Salary: Commensurate - Commensurate Description: CBS Television Network Marketing has an immediate opening for a Union Per Diem Avid Technician in the On Air Promotion Department. This role’s responsibilities include troubleshooting Avid, Final Cut, and various other hardware and software used by the department. Researching, developing, administering and designing file-based workflows Researching and developing new equipment and technical solutions Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering and/or have equivalent work experience. Skilled in all facets of troubleshooting post production, broadcast systems and equipment. Extensive broadcast knowledge required. Knowledge of Scripting/Various Programming Languages a plus 5+ years of experience in a supervisory role Previous experience in a Post Production environment Have the ability to focus and navigate through the ever changing demands of the fast paced environment of Network Television Ability to work efficiently, and effectively meet time sensitive deadlines Must be extremely organized and pay very close attention to detail Must be able to exercise discretion with confidential material If you are interested, please send your resume to cbshrtvc2@gmail.com
Posted by: LaToya Ward
Wed, 05-28-2014 03:46 PM Report Comment
Broadcast Production Engineer Georgia Public Broadcasting is looking for a Broadcast Production Engineer to provide the first line of technical support for TV and radio broadcast, production, and IT-centric systems. The Broadcast Production Engineer will provide assistance with software applications and network operating procedures, to include technical support, equipment maintenance for production and broadcast, and be the backup to existing engineers in the performance of their day-to-day responsibilities. Candidate Qualifications: • Degree and/or vocational / technical training in Electronics, Broadcast Engineering, Communications Technology, or as a Computer Specialist or in a related field required • Four to Six years’ experience in computer systems and software, electronics, electronic repair, technology required or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the requisite knowledge skills, and abilities for this job. • Three to five years’ experience in installation, maintenance and repair of IT, Radio and TV broadcast equipment; design and documentation of new systems and IT networks. • Familiarity with FCC rules as they apply to EAS, CALM Act and Closed Captioning. • Network+ level knowledge in the day-to-day support of networked systems required to include; understanding of the OSI model and TCP/IP network protocol, the overall TCP/IP topologies, understanding at a basic level the function of layer 2/3 network switches/routers, and the setup and workings of the TCP/IP settings on servers and desktops. • Must possess a valid Georgia’s driver’s license. • CCNA certification a plus. Job Responsibilities Include: • Demonstrate working knowledge of TV and Radio broadcast/production and familiarity with all broadcast/production equipment and software, including but not limited to: MassTech Digital Asset Management, ENCO Systems, News Room Systems, Radio and TV Editing Systems and Harris Playout and Production Servers. • Develop a cohesive working partnership with the NOC, Engineering, and IT teams providing on-site and remote service and support for broadcast, transmission, and IT related issues. • Prepares, completes and/or distributes a variety of forms, logs, requests, records, reports, correspondence, and various other documents associated with daily responsibilities of this position. • Provides backup Engineering and Technical support as well as equipment maintenance repairs for production and broadcast equipment including but not limited to cameras, video decks, video and audio switchers, video monitors, and other technical systems used in the facility. • Provides an increase in knowledge on how traditional IT functions such as IP(TCP/UDP), IP routing, IP switching, and desktop/server support play an integral part in Broadcast Engineering. • Answers and responds immediately to Engineering and Production inquiries; uses engineering ticketing system to generate trouble tickets and to track these to resolution. • Performs or assists with repair of a variety of studio and on-site facility equipment to meet FCC, FAA, station and/or client standards. • Performs preventative maintenance on all systems as scheduled. We Offer: Paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, retirement plans, Pre-tax benefits for health, dental, visual, life and accidental insurance, Health and child care spending accounts and disability insurance, and opportunities for training and professional development. To Apply: Upload resume, references, and applicant form on the GPB Job Center located at www.gpb.org/jobs. ONLY Applications submitted through the GPB Job Center WILL BE ACCEPTED. Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled Georgia Public Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted by: Deanna Mirabel-Salvador
Thu, 06-19-2014 06:46 PM Report Comment
Pac-12 Networks in San Francisco is seeking at Maintenance Engineer. The Maintenance Engineer is part of the Technology Group and reports to the Technology Support Manager. This role involves Broadcast and IT equipment configuration, troubleshooting, and repair as well as support of live television production and post-production activities. The Maintenance Engineer position works closely with other departments in the Technology Group as well as technical operators and general office personnel in the facility. Responsibilities Configuration, trouble shooting, and repair of television production and IT equipment First line support of Production and Post-Production personnel First line support of Transmission and Ingest personnel Assist Help Desk and Desktop personnel with customer support Assist Facilities Group with MEP and Telephone systems support Assist in installation of Television and IT equipment Repair of Field production equipment Requirements Five years of prior work experience in television or video post-production Associates Degree or Technical Certificate in electronics, computer or related field Technical training in Computer Networking and Network Security Experience with Client/Server system architectures and Database backend systems Experience with Windows and Apple desktop computer equipment and software applications Experience with non-linear edit system and file based workflow systems Excellent verbal, analytical, organizational, and written communication skills Demonstrated ability to prioritize under time constraints and work successfully in a fast-paced environment Experience working in a culturally diverse organization and supporting the values held by our unique employees, clients, sponsors, university faculty, and fans Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet Explorer Some travel may be required Other duties as assigned by the Technology Support Manager Effective interpersonal skills; good judgment and ability to interact with different levels of management and teams Preferred Experience in support of alternative media distribution technologies including VOD, streaming, on-demand and web technologies Experience in setup and configuration of file based workflow systems Familiarity with digital media industry including online, TV everywhere, mobile, tablets and other emerging technologies Passionate about Pac-12 Sports To apply: https://hire.jobvite.com/j?aj=oduPYfwe&s=TV_Technology
Posted by: Sandra Rodriguez
Fri, 03-06-2015 12:20 AM Report Comment
KVEA (T52) is a station in the division of NBCUniversal that oversees 27 NBC and Telemundo local television stations and the regional cable news channel NECN as well as their associated websites and digital platforms, a group of out-of-home properties, a marketing and promotions company and the national multicast network, COZI TV. Now Hiring - Daily Hire APC Operator/ Ross Automation System KVEA T52, the flagship Telemundo Los Angeles station is looking for a daily hire APC Operator to join our Production department. ·Responsibilities are to prepare & execute live newscasts using ROSS Overdrive automation systems and iNews ·Minimum of three years of automation experience in a fast paced live news environment, ·Ability to work well and communicate effectively with others ·Able to perform under pressure in breaking news and deadline driven situations, ·Strong organizational skills and attention to detail ·Bilingual in English and Spanish with ability to write and speak both languages fluently preferred but not required All interested applicants please submit your resume via email to: station.careers@nbcuni.com
Posted by: Anonymous
Fri, 06-20-2014 10:26 AM Report Comment
KULR-TV in scenic Billings, MT seeks a Managing Engineer. Some formal engineering education a plus but not required. Experience with digital transmission systems, broadcast microwave systems, digital control room systems, networking, video over IP, automation, and a solid understanding of FCC rules. Organizational skills a must! We also seek a Broadcast Engineer. Duties include the ability install, operate, maintain, and repair broadcast, satellite, and transmission systems & equipment. The ability to troubleshoot to the component level is required. Send cover letter & resume to Station Manager: KULR, 2045 Overland Avenue, Billings, MT 59102
Posted by: Anonymous
Mon, 08-11-2014 04:30 PM Report Comment
The Miami HEAT of the NBA is looking for a studio technical manager/post production engineer to serve as its Media Production Digital Asset Manager. This is a full time employment opportunity for a technical operations lead that will provide frontline operational and technical support for the video facility’s production systems: including AVID editing and transcoding systems; studio production TriCaster switching and streaming; administration and management of all file-based content and processing via AVID’s Media Composer/Isis Storage/Interplay Media Asset Manager System. Must be AVID certified (ACSR). Position requires a solid understanding of field and studio production. Detail oriented individual should possess excellent organizational and time management skills and be able to effectively multi-task. Person should also have good troubleshooting skills and work well with a variety of people including staff and vendors to establish productive on-going relationships. Benefits pkg 60K. If interested, please email resume and cover letter to Ed Filomia, Sr. Director, Broadcast Service at efilomia@heat.com.
Posted by: Anonymous
Mon, 03-02-2015 12:24 PM Report Comment
Southern Illinois University Carbondale WSIU Public Broadcasting Associate Director, Broadcasting Service (Technology and Planning) Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology Management, or related field. Five years of enterprise level communication technology management experience and demonstrated knowledge and proficiency with broadcast, computer, and other high technology communications required. As Technology Officer, this person is responsible for planning and managing all technology aspects of WSIU Public Broadcasting. This includes overseeing daily technical operations, managing the technology staff, planning for and specifying equipment purchases, and planning for future uses of communication technology. Specific duties include: Planning, recommending, and supervising communication technology uses within WSIU. Oversight of all radio and television broadcast equipment, multi-channel distribution (home satellite, cable, telco, internet), interactive video and audio, computer technology, and master control operations. Schedule, supervise, train, and evaluate staff members who repair and maintain all electronic equipment. Work with university planning team on technology aspects of building renovation/expansion. Help ensure that all technical operations are in compliance with Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations. Effective date of employment is July 1, 2015, or until filled. Deadline to apply is March 11, 2015 or until filled. Application must include: 1) a letter describing how training and experience relate directly to the outlined job responsibilities and qualifications, with specific examples of candidate’s experience planning and managing technology aspects of radio and television; 2) a detailed professional resume; 3) complete contact information for at least three professional references. Applications should be directed to: Chair Search Committee WSIU Public Broadcasting, Mail Code 6602 Southern Illinois University Carbondale 1100 Lincoln Drive Carbondale, Illinois 62901 Telephone (618) 453-4344 Fax (618) 453-6186 SIU Carbondale is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans that strives to enhance its ability to develop a diverse faculty and staff and to increase its potential to serve a diverse student population. All applications are welcomed and encouraged and will receive consideration

Tuesday 03:07 PM
WMUR-TV Says FAA Drone Rules Preclude ENG
The FAA’s current rules and proposed ban on flight over people, requirement of visual line of sight and restriction on nighttime flying, effectively prohibit broadcasters from using UAS for newsgathering. ~ WMUR-TV General Manager Jeff Bartlett

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