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Watch What Happens When You Become Bravo’s New Creative Director of On-Air Promotion

If your idea of heaven is being immersed in top chefs and real housewives, Bravo has the perfect job for you. The channel is looking for a new creative director of on-air promotion to join its Burbank office.

The gig will require you to lead and manage a team of writers, producers and editors, overseeing script development and editing, as well as graphic design and audio. You’ll lead concept development for various promo shoots and work with outside vendors on your projects, while collaborating with other Bravo departments.

To land the gig, you’ll need at least six years of experience in on-air promotion at a broadcast network or entertainment cable network, as well as a minimum four years of experience shooting, conceiving and overseeing live shoots. Make sure you’re familiar with Bravo’s tone and voice, and highlight your most innovative and inspirational qualities when you apply here.

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