Line Producer, Squawk on the Street, CNBC
Location: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Function: Writing & Editing
Specialty: Editor / Editorial, News & Journalism
Level: Manager (Supervisor)
Duration: Full Time
Salary Description: competitive
Taking ownership of rundown creation and management. Overseeing rundown changes throughout the day and relaying changes and atypical segments/teases to show technical staffIn the control room, keeping show on time and calmly communicating changes and breaking news during the show to anchors and technical operations teamPreviewing accuracy of upcoming video, graphics and lower thirds; calling relevant elements for segments during the showWriting and producing creative and compelling copy and teasesPitching original guest and segment ideas daily, tapping into a broad array of sources for ideasRecognizing business stories that would make compelling televisionUsing leadership skills to motivate and mentor segment producers and news associates on the teamPartnering with internal departments, such as graphics and technical operations, to execute needed effects for the showCreating stock charts, lower-thirds, video and graphics. Liaising with other departments as needed (such as Assignment Desk, Graphics, Tech Ops, Satellite Operations) to place and follow-up on requestsDeveloping and producing live and taped guest segments as neededImplementing and working independently with guidance from Senior and Executive ProducerBeing the last line of defense before content goes to air
The Line Producer for Squawk on the Street is responsible for managing line production for 1 hour of a live 2-hour show, 5 days a week Monday to Friday.
Responsibilities of the Line Producer could include, but are not limited to:
• At least 5 years of experience segment producing and/or booking in a live television environment with demonstrated written communication and research skills
• At least 1 year of experience working in a live television line production capacity with a demonstrated ability to communicate, manage and lead in the control room
• Strong editorial judgment is essential - must be able to make quick editorial decisions while remaining calm under pressure
• Prior experience as a Line Producer in a top 20 news market, national platform, business or hard-news environment is strongly preferred
• Passion for business news and the markets and prior experience at a financial news network or publication is strongly preferred
• Knowledge of current events, tech trends and pop culture
• Excellent interpersonal skills combined with a strong sense of how to visually tell a compelling story are also important
• Willingness to accommodate a demanding production schedule and flexibility to work weekends/evenings when and as required.
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