Be a part of the talented team that brings America its #1 morning news program. ABC News, Good Morning America, has an opening for a Coordinating Producer, overseeing Washington DC Guest Booking.
This role encompasses all aspects of editorial and live production – from pitching the best story ideas daily, to then calling on stories and booking the top guests, to producing guests both in the field and in our studio. This candidate should be a strong writer with a keen news sense and political sense and an understanding of how to make cold calls and vet breaking news stories. This person should also have deep relationships throughout Washington DC and government. This job may require some travel and candidates will be expected to work evening and weekend hours as well as holidays as needed.
Good Morning America will work to ensure that guests reflect a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives and present a variety of viewpoints on various subjects. They will also work closely with teams across ABC News in close coordination on stories and comprehensive network booking proposals.
- The ideal candidate will have 5-10 years TV production and guest booking experience including control room experience.
- iNews and Avid experience a plus
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in a fast-paced news environment or on a similar live broadcast or streaming channel
- Candidate needs to possess strong editorial judgment and political knowledge along with the ability to communicate clearly, multi-task and prioritize.
- Candidate must be able to take initiative, but also work collaboratively.
- Knowledge of shooting on DV cameras, ability to use TVUs, adept at utilizing social media outlets.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
The hiring range for this position in New York is $131,700 - $181,060 per year. The base pay actually offered will take into account internal equity and also may vary depending on the candidate’s geographic region, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience among other factors. A bonus and/or long-term incentive units may be provided as part of the compensation package, in addition to the full range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits, dependent on the level and position offered.