- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- New York City
Crash Producer, TODAY
TV Content & Production
NBC News and MSNBC
As a late shift Producer for the TODAY show, you will be responsible for pitching, developing, and turning news of day pieces for next day air.
Produce original news content, primarily for broadcast, including research, conducting interviews, writing and editing scripts, field producing and shooting, and overseeing editing
Role is expected to both pitch story ideas and work on assigned stories developed by the editorial team
Work with Standards & Legal Team to ensure Editorial Standards of all segments
• Must have at least 4 years’ editorial experience working in production at the network level, preferably with morning television
• Must have a Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications or related discipline
• Must have extensive experience working in an edit room with an editor
• Must be able to shoot and edit
• Must have strong journalistic writing skills, research skills, and editorial judgment
• Demonstrated strong knowledge and interest in news and current events
• Strong interpersonal skills and storytelling ability
Additional Job Requirements:
• Interested candidate must submit a resume/CV through www.nbcunicareers.com
• Must be willing to work in New York, NY
• Required to work Sunday –Thursday 4pm – 12am (overnight in the capacity of Crash Producer)
• Must be willing to work overtime, nights, holidays, and weekends, often with short notice
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