A talented Associate Producer, Digital Content is needed to work closely with production teams, external producers, and content partners to create content that engages audiences across social and digital platforms.
This position will collaborate with a team of design, content, and developers as well as other groups within our organization who work together to develop online content. Our ideal candidate has an interest in creating engaging online experiences and growing online audiences.
The Associate Producer, Digital Content creates content and digital assets for various digital platforms, engaging and driving broadcast and streaming views. Specific responsibilities include: • Produce digital content, optimized for multiple distribution platforms; • Assist in trafficking video assets and uploading videos to online distribution channels; • Create content for social media; • Write original content, conduct interviews and provide research for digital producers; • Other duties as assigned.
Qualified candidates will be extremely detail oriented and organized with sound time management, editorial and copy-editing skills. Additional skills include: ● A minimum of two (2) years working in digital video production; ● Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Premiere, etc.); sound video editing skills; ● Experience working with video and media management and/or AfterEffects; ● Solid editorial and copy-editing skills; keen visual sense.
Candidates with the following knowledge and experience are preferred: Mailchimp, codecs, troubleshooting video exports and/or Wordpress. Apply online at WNET Careers. The WNET Group 825 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10019-7435 www.wnet.org
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