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job-img Editor, KGUN Tucson, Arizona Area • Emerging Level
Integrate visual content and audio material to create compelling stories and complete daily editing projects for multiple platforms.

  • Capture visual content and edit long-form stories and daily newscasts as needed.
  • Work with producers, multi-media journalists and photojournalists to ensure a high quality product consistent with station's brand.
  • Operate various news gathering equipment, including but not limited to video camera and video editing equipment.
  • Maintain video archive filing system.
  • Reacts to breaking news on an immediate basis.
  • Gathers story related materials (sound and video) on a timely basis.
  • Coordinates remote and studio events, creating synergy between remote and studio productions.
  • Collaborates with affiliates on breaking news stories, sharing of information.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Associate's degree in related field or equivalent years experience preferred
  • Generally, 2+ years experience in related field preferred.
  • Proficiency in non-linear, editing  software
  • Knowledge of and proficiency in posting content to the television station Web site
  • Knowledge and demonstration of creativity, editorial judgment, journalistic ethics and libel laws
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job-img Assistant Manager Costume Fabrication Greater Los Angeles Area • Emerging Level
The Assistant Manager, Entertainment Operations - Fabrication is responsible for assisting the Entertainment Costume Fabrication Manager with overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Costume Department, including all aspects of front and back of house operations. The Assistant Manager will play a key role in managing finances, resolving operational challenges, reviewing and/or revising process and procedure when necessary and addressing guest and/or team member issues. The primary focus will be supporting the scope for the Costume Fabrication process for Entertainment Costume Operations and Event. There will also be responsibility in assisting with project management and short or mid-range planning and preparations.


  1. Ensure that the Universal Studios Hollywood vision, mission & values, and Guest Service Philosophy & Standards are understood and supported across the organization.
  • Essential Responsibilities
    • Cultivate and lead a culture that promotes a professional, collaborative, inspiring, fun, and teamwork-driven work setting for all employees.
    • Oversee the daily operation of costume venues and areas, including managing staff and process/procedures and providing necessary support for the operation. This includes resolving operational and technical issues within the venues/areas, as well as handling employee and/or guest situations.
    • Lead Supervisors and front-line employees in Entertainment Operations, including assignment and delegation of projects and duties, ongoing development, and process improvement.
    • Maintain both labor and non-labor departmental budgets. Develop operating budgets and adjust operations as necessary to identify issues or opportunities and control budgets.
    • Maintain and pro-actively address any concerns with character and show costumes, including but not limited to fit, function and quality.
    • Maintain the operational efficiency and effectiveness of venue/area and/or element. Ensure all elements operate effectively and that all inventories are well maintained and address/resolve any issues as they arise.
    • Provide direction, development, and support to supervisors, leads and hourly employees. Communicate feedback and address performance issues, providing recognition, coaching and/or discipline when appropriate and complete employee evaluations annually. Assist in hiring, training, and development of staff.
    • Responsible to ensure an annual updated and accurate SOP/GOP available to all employees. Ensure that all compliance training/requirements appropriate to area/element are developed, updated, and completed in accordance with annual plan and deadlines.
    • Help develop and create weekly work scheduling templates for employees.
    • Plan and implement action plans for the department’s future success for employee satisfaction (TSAT) and guest satisfaction (GSAT), including training programs, workforce planning, and rewards and recognition programs.
    • Work closely and efficiently with other Entertainment Management, including Production, Creative Development, and other departments on specific needs and/or support related to the venue/area.
    • Ensure that collective bargaining agreements are upheld by partnering with Human Resources and Labor Relations in providing input, addressing issues, and maintaining positive union relationships. Ensure that discipline is applied in accordance with company procedures and collective bargaining agreements.
    • Understand and actively participate in Environmental, Health and Safety responsibilities by following established USH policy, procedures, training, and employee involvement activities.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

  1. Specific Job Duties:
    • Assists the Manager in hiring, training and development of skilled craft staff and seasonal support.
    • Help mentor and partner with Costume Fabrication Supervisors and Buyers, ensuring they are meeting job requirements while offering opportunities for development.
    • Collaborate with the Manager to create and maintain the department budget in accordance with company procedures.
    • Follow all company procedures for using purchase orders and submitting invoices and receipts.
    • Keep track of vendor contact information and forge/maintain positive, collaborative relationships with internal and external partners.
    • Help Monitor and track progress of various costume fabrication projects
    • Identify costume build issues and provide solutions to keep projects on track
    • Report any issues with costume builds or budget to relevant stakeholders
    • Support with organizing costume fabrication footprint at the Entertainment Production Center
    • Partner with Costume Operations Management to ensure skilled craft staffing needs are met for any event, audition, or other projects as assigned.
    • Ensure that vendors are paid within NET terms agreements.
    • Aid in planning the costume operation’s daily labor budget, non-labor budget, costume distribution flow and team member development.
    • Responsible for managing employees by setting clear work expectations and leadership standards.
    • Ensure that all employee investigations are closed out within 15 days, allowing HR and LR time to review and approve final IR.
    • Investigate and close out all injury and illness report within 72 hours of notification.
    • Ensure that the Employee of the Month initiative is delivered prior to scheduled deadlines.
    • Ensure that team meetings are scheduled and coordinated on a monthly and quarterly basis, or as otherwise directed by the Manager.
    • Manage the use of the employee recognition program Achievers and ensure that employees are registered and are participating.
    • Assist in the development of the front-line employees and supervisory team.
    • Ability to provide consistent and timely feedback to hourly and salaried staff to ensure effective communication between management and front-line staff.
    • Develop and implement programs to improve internal guest and employee satisfaction.
    • Develop and implement safety standards to reduce and prevent Injury & Illness cases.
    • Oversee employee reviews and counseling to ensure all guidelines and policies are followed   regularly.
    • Ensure the review and approval of all hourly staff time and attendance forms for accuracy.
    • Provide daily summary of day-to-day operations.
    • Maintain up-to-date distribution list and contact information for Costume Fabrication Team. Ensure department partners (i.e., HR, Workforce Planning, etc.) have updated information regularly.
    • Required Onsite: This position is required to be performed full-time from an NBCUniversal-        designated worksite.

USH Entertainment Department is committed to promoting a collaborative, productive, and engaging workplace for all employees.  We require members of Management to lead by example promoting a professional, inspiring, fun, and teamwork-oriented work culture.

General Knowledge and Skills Required:  Assistant Manager, Entertainment Costume - Fabrication shall have the ability to read, interpret and follow documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.  The Assistant Manager shall be able to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals.  The Assistant Manager will be able to effectively communicate, present information, and answer questions in one-on-one and group settings. 

Communicating and influencing: Communicate effectively with people at all levels in the organization. Give specific, timely feedback to managers and others to work together more effectively. Contribute to an enthusiastic, positive work climate that energizes others.

Managing Others: Identify required skills and criteria to ensure best quality hiring. Demonstrate the ability to assess performance and take appropriate corrective action up to termination if necessary. Provide associates with all the information, history, and resources they need to do their jobs and to feel a partnership with the organization. Coach and develop company members for current and future responsibilities.  Communicate performance goals and standards routinely so that company members understand expectations and how they are linked to organization and department vision, values, and goals. Provide regular, specific feedback that employees can use to continuously improve performance. Demonstrate a commitment to organizational initiatives with words and actions. Encourage employees to contribute, recognizing, reinforcing, and rewarding contributions. Encourage employees to be innovative and willing to take risks, tolerating well-intentioned mistakes.

Quality and partner focus: Continuously look for ways to refine and improve work processes to achieve better results. Follow through on commitments made to internal and external partners.


Maximizing resources: Work collaboratively with all employees in the organization and support others when requested. Seek expertise, advice, and perspectives from a variety of sources both within and outside the organization to ensure a high work standard and an engaging culture for employees. Maintain a productive balance between the concern for people and concern for work results.

Project Management:
  Develop plans for accomplishing objectives, monitoring status, and providing regular status updates.  Provide relevant information to others in a timely manner and follow through with commitments made to others.  Recognize the broader implications of a project; doing all that should be done, not just as directed.

Learning and adapting:  Remain productive during periods of ambiguity, uncertainty and change.

Demonstrate a willingness to take on new challenges, responsibilities, and assignments.  Proactively utilize slower periods to improve work and or work environment, equipment maintenance, archiving, general organization, etc.

Leadership:  Set a positive, productive, and communicative tone as a leader in the department.  Partner with the leadership team when representing policies and procedures, remaining positive with employees, and voicing concerns directly to senior management.  Consistently exhibit an “open door” demeanor which fosters approachability, professionalism, and openness.  Be available to all employees equally, treating all employees fairly.  Promote healthy, collaborative, and positive tone/vibe in venues, areas and/or elements.

  • High school education required.
  • Minimum 3 years of apparel or costume production management experience. 
  • History of working knowledge in sewing and garment production
  • Able to work outdoors in varying weather conditions and walking/traveling to multiple venues throughout the day.
  • Must be available to work on weekends, holidays and nights as required.
Desired Characteristics:
    • Operations management experience in entertainment, theme park or hospitality industry.
    • Two-to-four-year college degree preferred or equivalent work experiences.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
    • Strong interpersonal and analytical skills
    • Thorough knowledge of MS Excel, Work and PowerPoint
    • Theme Park Operations knowledge
    • Previous high-volume Costume and Inventory Experience
    • Experience managing in a union environment.
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently under pressure; proactive thinker/self-starter.
    • Ability to multi-task and be flexible is essential.

Assistant Manager, Entertainment Operations - Fabrication is required to walk; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl; and see, talk, and hear.  The Assistant Manager must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and be able to work outdoors in varying weather conditions and walking/traveling to multiple venues throughout the day.

o Required On-Site: This position is required to be performed full-time from an NBCUniversal-designated worksite.

Salary range: $69k- $75k
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job-img Production Assistant-Seasonal Greater Chicago Area • Emerging Level
TelevisaUnivision is looking for a Production Assistant to join our team!

You are an enthusiastic self-starter who loves working with people, creative, detail oriented, and enjoys working in a collaborative team environment.

  • You will support the production team
  • Assist daily with news shows.
  • Assist with makeup artists schedule
  • Schedule guests and participants for the show
  • Answer queries and communications through phone or email
  • Make suggestions and ideas for improvements for the show
  • Other duties required by the production team.
  • Bachelor’s degree, Master’s Degree or High School Diploma preferred.
  • Creative thinking and problem-solving ability
  • Good listening, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Flexibility and willingness to adapt to changes
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job-img PART-TIME PRODUCER | WGFX Greater Nashville Area • Intermediate Level
CUMULUS MEDIA | Nashville is searching for an experienced Part-time Producer for WGFX. We strive to hire people who are passionate about radio, driven, resourceful and problem solvers who have the ability to drive the evolving, diverse culture of the Power of Radio to success. The successful candidate knows we work in the entertainment business and takes pride in the success of their On-Air talent.

CUMULUS | Pensacola
currently features 5 stations in the Pensacola area and surrounding counties. Our stations include: 94.1 WMEZ-FM Soft Rock, 1370 WCOA-AM Talk Radio, 106.1-FM Magic our Urban Adult Contemporary Station, 102.7-FM NASH plays Country music, 100.7 WJTQ JET is Classic Hits. The cluster of 5 stations reaches thousands of listeners on a daily basis.

The Producer organizes, conceptualizes and develops topics, features and guests for WGFX that represents the lifestyle and interests of the show’s listeners. They also partner with the show’s hosts, Program Director and others to create engaging content, increase listenership, and enhance subscriber satisfaction and passion. The producer is responsible for the daily technical operation of the show as well as keeping the show’s social platforms relevant and up-to-date.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Live management and radio board operation production of the show’s daily moment to moment content, sound and presentation
  • Creation and updating of all ‘in show’ and ‘out of show’ imaging, produced teases/promos and production elements that support both the morning show and station contesting, promotions and imaging campaigns
  • Managing the show’s daily digital content with regards to relevance, creativity and tune-in messaging, 7 days a week, on our website, texting and social media platforms
  • Manage and grow the show’s brand through video and launch of a show podcast
  • Actively participate in the development of daily content by developing & researching topics for discussion; conceptualize, write and produce appropriate segments
  • Book and pre-interview guests
  • Organize and document daily pre show, post-show and afternoon planning meetings
  • Attend meetings with the station’s program director to ensure content, tactical plans and image are consistent with the station’s overall strategy
  • Attending promotion, sales and station planning meetings to represent the show and provide clear communication between all
  • Create and maximize revenue opportunities
  • Being present when the show is on the air and on location
  • Coordinate logistics for remote and special broadcasts
  • Design and manage a system for archiving audio, show content, digital content
  • Tactical planning for future shows, immediate opportunities, artist/celebrity interviews
  • Collaborate with show hosts and station program director to ensure that the show’s structure and content is being presented in the strongest way possible for maximum ratings growth
  • Gives direction to presenters, content providers, assistants and other crew members
  • Obtains permissions or licenses for recording or broadcasting on location, and for the use of music, sound effects and audio archive material
  • Monitors listener emails, inquiries and responses related to shows
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience as a Radio Producer and/or Assistant in a smaller market or college station
  • Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Radio or Media Production, or related field is preferred
  • Strong social and digital experience
  • Ability to plan and organize, set priorities, multi-task and the discipline to focus and meet tight deadlines
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with on-air staff, departments and clients
  • Creative and strategic problem solver
  • Ability to work with creative individuals as part of a team; excellent leadership skills
  • A strong understanding of PPM / Nielsen Ratings and ability to interpret various kinds of research
  • Deep knowledge of music, pop culture and current events and how they relate to the station’s target demo
  • Have and build great relationships in the music / entertainment community with a deep contact list
  • Savvy computer skills and proficiency with ratings, research and music (Stratus) programs
  • Strong production skills and knowledge of Op X, VOX Pro/Adobe Audition and Audacity
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and social networking
  • Strong knowledge of all FCC rules and regulations
  • Must be flexible with work hours including nights, weekends and holidays
  • Must have valid driver’s license with clean driving record
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job-img PHOTOGRAPHER/EDITOR Houston, Texas Area • Emerging Level
FOX 26 KRIV, the O & O in Houston, TX, is looking for a fun, creative person with the visual expertise and a passion for creating original content that airs on FOX26 Houston, the FOX Local app, and possibly on FOX Soul. The ideal candidate will THINK BIG, and will be knowledgeable about creating unique local content for our new 30-minute talk show, Chattin’ With Chelsea. The candidate must be able to edit a daily show, with a creative flair; shoot on-location content, and visual content for linear, digital, and other visual platforms.

You must be a self-starter who can think outside of the box and won’t be afraid to push the limits when it comes to creating original content. On top of that, it’s essential to be a team player, and bring a “can-do personality” every single day. We’re a tight-knit team and have high expectations when it comes to our content. We’re always looking for ways to ELEVATE our shows and be the GOLD STANDARD in the Houston market.

As part of the FOX family, you will enjoy generous paid time off (like as soon as you walk in the door), full salary replacement for short-term disability and parental leave, 401k with matching, robust employee resources, discounts at some of the other largest companies in the country, and resources to grow as a FOX employee. 


If you have a track record of creating non-traditional visual content, let’s talk! This position oversees the visual creation our entertainment & infotainment shows, including Chattin’ With Chelsea, The Nightcap, The Isiah Factor: Uncensored and more! It’s a one-of-a-kind opportunity, and we have fun, and work hard. We are on the front-line of a changing industry and want to make sure the newest member of our team is thinking about the now and even more importantly, thinking about the future. What new technology is out there, and how do we stay relevant to our ever-changing audience? This position will primarily focus on our new 30-minute daytime variety talk show, Chattin’ With Chelsea, but we often work together between both shows and on any new fun content we may come up with. 

Do you enjoy collaborating with others on the team? This is the place to do it! We implore our team members to color outside of the lines and try new things! You will always be given the tools to test out that creative spirit! This role doesn’t keep you stuck at a desk all day long. Our management team encourages you to get out in the community, go to different events and be in the know in the Houston-area community. Is there a big event, with big names that you want to rub elbows with? Then do it! We want to make sure people know what our shows are and know our hosts of the shows. Plus, it always is great to build those contacts to help bring guests on the shows. 

You will be part of the Local-Programming Initiatives (LPI) team, which falls under the News Department. The LPI group has had the opportunity to create some of the highest-watched programming including our locally produced New Years Eve show. Our shows aren’t just in Houston! Both The Nightcap and Isiah Factor: Uncensored are seen nationally on FOX Soul. 

This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to showcase their creative abilities on-air and on digital platforms. 

Additionally, our teams will help with traditional news on major stories, including, but not limited to hurricane coverage. 

  • The ideal candidate will have at least 2-3 years of photography/editing experience. 
  • Non-linear editing in a must, knowledge of Edius or Adobe Premiere Suit is a plus. 
  • Also, it’s preferred to have experience with SONY ENT Cameras. 
  • The ideal candidate will also be familiar with social media, and searching for those unique topics that will air in the shows. 
  • The ideal candidate will also be a natural leader and will help lead the Chattin’ With Chelsea team, and work on other shows and projects.
Additionally, you must have strong communication skills with show hosts, directors, Executive Producer, and the rest of the management team. 

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job-img Social Media Producer, West Greater Los Angeles Area • Intermediate Level
CBS News and Stations is seeking an expert Social Media Producer with a passion for news to join our team! They will help us optimize reporting from KCAL CBS News LA, KPIX CBS News Bay Area and KOVR CBS News Sacramento for social media platforms.
This will require a candidate with strong editorial judgment, an eye for which stories will resonate most with social audiences, and enough social media expertise to recommend the best treatment for each of the various social platforms. They will produce and edit videos that engage audiences on Facebook, Instagram, X, TikTok and YouTube –using in-platform tools and features to render the text and graphics more authentic to the audiences we are trying to reach. The ideal candidate has an instinct for the most shareable nugget (quote, moment etc.) from larger news events, which can be broken out as a separate asset; and the ability to produce that story in either text or video form, as the situation dictates.
A strong candidate will be proficient in the standard methodologies Facebook, Instagram, X, TikTok and YouTube, as proven by their active social media profiles. They will write share language for captions and titles that is simultaneously concise and shareable, yet fully in context and in line with the CBS News brand. The Producer will have experience covering breaking news, and will need to be adaptable when news breaks. The ability and willingness to work newsroom hours, which will include nights, weekends and holidays, is necessary.
This is a full-time, in-office position, as the social media producer should be in the newsroom and available to film with talent five days a week.
Candidate qualifications:
  • 2 to 4 years of social media or newsroom experience
  • Deep familiarity with social media platforms, audiences, standard processes and analytics
  • Proficiency in the world of politics, with the capability to write about politics in a strong, yet unbiased way
  • Strong writing skills with established portfolio of published work
  • Ability to work well with a team under tight deadlines
  • Ability to multitask
  • Expertise in Adobe Photoshop and Premiere, or similar editing software
  • Degree or equivalent experience in journalism, communications or related 
Hiring Salary Range: $65,000.00 - 80,000.00. 
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job-img Film/Video Director Savannah, Georgia Area • Intermediate Level
As the film and video director, you will work with a small team consisting of a writer/producer, content creator, and videographer to ideate and produce approved concepts into finished films. Responsibilities will include developing fully planned projects, developing films’ visual styles, collaborating with internal departments to present a unified vision, and observing viral trends on social platforms to make shareable and relatable content. As the director you will present mood boards and visual references, conduct research for assignments, prepare strategies for production support materials, and shoot film or work closely with the videographer to execute high level imagery.

In the position of film and video director, you will manage story arcs, hire and appoint crew members, motivate film subjects to produce their best performance, and provide participants with needed information and on-screen coaching when necessary. It is essential that the director understands the story and narrative of projects, identifies set locations, works within the budget, and can manage conflict on set and in the office. Additional responsibilities include adhering to the production schedule and coordinating with integral production team members.

Minimum Qualifications:   
  • Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience
  • Experience in directing and creating elevated imagery to convey a concept as well as managing budgets
  • Must have a creative mindset and exceptional interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • Should be confident in their ability to motivate others and manage multiple project deadlines simultaneously
  • Must respond positively to feedback and be willing to make changes
Travel Required:
  • 10% to 20%
Work Hours: The university work week is Sunday through Saturday. Most offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. To accommodate business needs, employees may be assigned to other workdays and/or hours, including weekends and evenings.   

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job-img Board Operator - Part Time Greater Los Angeles Area • Emerging Level
We’re seeking a Part-Time Board Operator to provide programming and control board support to On-Air Talent.
What You'll Do:
  • Operate control board for studios and remote programming
  • Regulate program timing, operate syndicated programming, and play commercials
  • Monitor the technical quality and accuracy of incoming and outgoing on-air programming from master control room
  • Support off-air commercial production, dubbing music to hard disk and programming automation computers
  • Protect station’s license by censoring live programs and deleting words/phrases not permitted on air
  • Execute playlists for server, tape, or simulcast programming
  • Assist with adjusting signal and programming content to ensure transmission meets federally mandated broadcast standards
  • Process time-out programming for accurate play back
  • Monitor and update weather, traffic and news reports into automation equipment
  • Check studio equipment for proper functioning and notify Engineering of technical malfunctions affecting quality of the broadcast
  • Screen in-coming phone calls and selectively choose callers for On-Air Talent and talk shows
  • Handle emergency inserts (e.g. news updates, breaking stories, alert system tests, etc.)                                                                    
What You'll Need:
  • Flexibility in work schedule, including evenings, overnight and weekends
  • Comfort in a fast paced environment with tight timeframes and multiple demands
  • Previous experience in a related role and/or technical training
  • Experience with Microsoft Office, including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and SharePoint                                                                        
What You'll Bring:
  • Respect for others and a strong belief that others should do this in return
  • Ability to work within standardized procedures and an understanding of when to escalate
  • Skills to solve straightforward problems using established procedures
  • Close attention to detail, following up until issues are resolved
  • Common courtesy when communicating with coworkers and outside contacts
Compensation: $17.28 - $20.00                                                                       
Location: Burbank, CA: 3400 West Olive Avenue, Suite 550, 91505 
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