Weekend Video Editor
Full Time Job
Fox 26 KRIV, the Fox O&O in Houston, TX, is seeking a Weekend Video Editor to join our news team. The Non-Linear Video Editor will edit all video content as needed for all News department media platforms including television, web, and social media. Responsibilities include, posting edited video content onto all platforms; managing and editing satellite and microwave content feeds as needed for all platforms; and editing on location when needed. Perform other duties as assigned and deemed appropriate.
Four (4) year college degree in Journalism, Communications or similar field preferred. Minimum of one (1) year experience as a non-linear video editor in a medium to major television market is preferred. Experience using iNews and Edius is a plus. Must be a self-starter, work well under pressure, and be capable of editing video quickly, accurately, and creatively. Must be able to work flexible hours; early mornings, late nights, weekends and holidays may be required. Must possess good editorial judgment and be familiar with the technical operations of a fast paced newsroom.
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