GO TV EntertainmentChicago, IL
Sports Reporter/Producer that can EDIT
Are you already working as a small market sports or entertainment reporter and want to expand your horizons?
Do you write and edit your own packages for air?
Do you have a blossoming video resume that needs beefing up with some amazing highly produced shows?
This could be the ongoing-freelance gig for you!
GO TV delivers fast-paced creative, entertaining, and informative video productions that enhance experiences and build business relationships. Whether our clients need to captivate a live audience at a destination event, educate and motivate a workforce, or bring an event to the world with a broadcast production, GO TV makes it happen. Our primary focus is GOLF and the fun that goes on around golf events! We are expanding at an incredible rate and need to hire at least two new reporters for the upcoming Spring Summer and Fall season.
We need our new male reporter to love golf, have on-air experience, be fast on his feet and funny! We need him to be quick on his feet while interviewing people, tell a great story, work great under pressure and be able to edit his own stuff and some stuff that is not his own when we are under deadline.
Our female reporter can also love golf but its not required. We need an entertainment tonight style approach to reporting from her, fast-paced and funny, great with communication and interviewing, able to tell a story surrounding an event, quickly. The ability to edit her own work is also a huge plus!
Editing on Adobe Premiere required.
We only want people that love to work hard! This is a great resume building job for the aspiring sports/entertainment reporter! Hope to meet you soon!
Megan Morris, Marketing Director, GO TV Entertainment
This is a day rate ongoing freelance opportunity. Our rates are competitive and commiserate with experience. If traveling outside of Chicago, we pay all travel expenses and travel time in addition to the day rate.
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