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Broadcast Producer

Publication or Company 
Industry  TV/Cable
Benefits 401K/403B, Dental, Health
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location New York, NY
Experience Level 5 years
Job Requirements Channel One News, a 10-minute daily news show seen by millions of students, is seeking an experienced broadcast producer to oversee final delivery of show.

This role is a full-time position with benefits, reporting to the Executive Producer. The job location is New York City, with a 1 pm – 9 pm, Sunday through Thursday shift.

Responsibilities:
• Collaborate on daily newscast rundown and oversee changes throughout the day
• Manage daily shooting and editing schedules and ensure delivery deadlines are met
• Copy-edit scripts
• Oversee editing of final show for content accuracy and flow
• Final approval on newscast
• Produce or supervise late breaking news coverage
• Help guide editorial decisions and mentor and supervise junior editorial staff
• Collaborate with editorial team on future news stories

Qualifications:
• At least 5 years experience at a producer level position with a television news organization
• Must be detail-oriented, and able to wear many hats
• Must have solid news experience and judgment
• Must be a stickler for accuracy
• Experience meeting daily deadlines
• Basic knowledge of all aspects of video production including shooting and editing

We are a small and tight knit group of journalists- traditional production roles are fluid and there is an expectation to “chip in” where necessary.
About Our Company Channel One, a Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMHC) company, is a digital content provider focused on encouraging young people to be informed, digital-savvy global citizens. The Company’s primary offering, Channel One News, is a daily news program with supplementary educational resources, aligned to Common Core State Standards (CCSS), to help students, teachers and parents interpret the news of the day and spark important conversations. The Peabody and Telly award-winning Channel One News program is broadcast to approximately 5 million young people in upper elementary schools, middle schools and high schools across the country.