Senior Visuals Editor, NBC Owned TV Stations

Location
New York
Posted
Jul 22, 2014
Closes
Aug 21, 2014
Contact
Sonya Lee
Category
Television
Duration
Full Time

The editor will be part of a national content team in New York, but must collaborate with reporters and editors at local stations, including award-winning investigative journalists across the country. The editor will help the local stations create a strategy to drive video consumption and provide support, guidance and expertise.

  • Produce high-quality, shareable multimedia content, including photo galleries, video news clips, and visual content.
  • Manage our visuals team, including a multimedia editor and a graphics/data visualizations editor.
  • Provide expert guidance and support to local stations for major local events, breaking news and day-to-day coverage.
  • Work with local stations to build a strategy to drive video consumption.
  • Master editorial and systems workflow - know the CMS, video upload and sharing systems, and livestream procedures.
  • Optimize articles with the most relevant multimedia assets.
  • Track performance of multimedia content using real-time analytics to guide programming and production choices.
  • Contribute to planning for tentpole events, social media initiatives and major news.
  • Fulfill work requests from markets, including content production, photo curation and multimedia consultation. Qualifications:
  • At least four years experience as a multimedia editor or producer at a major news organization that included working on deadline.
  • Must be able to work extended days and weekends when demanded by breaking news or other editorial responsibilities.
  • Experience working with an online publishing tool or content management system.
  • Must be seeking to to work in a creative, demanding, competitive environment.
  • Undergraduate degree, preferably in journalism, political science or English.
  • Willingness to follow very specific systems and workflow, while also exercising excellent judgment to know when additional measures are needed.



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