Digital Video Editor
NBC NewsNew York, NY
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Digital Video Editor, News Now
We are launching a new prime time show with Tom Llamas on NBC News Now and need a creative, passionate team of journalists to make the magic happen every night.
Get in touch if you're an amazing Video Editor who knows how to craft compelling visual stories and loves collaborating on a team.
But hurry. We've got a lot to do.
This position is represented by the NewsGuild-CWA
• Editing video. Lots of it. Some simple edits, lots of quick turnaround edits using footage being fed in from the field, and complex doc-style packages too
• Utilizing the wide range of NBC content to create powerful video segments
• Provide guidance and support to a team of producer / editors to make every project better.
• Multi-task and juggle multiple edits for regular and breaking-news programming
• Comfortable working across broadcast and digital systems
• Quality check all video content
• Keep senior producers and the EP up to date with assignment progress
• Fluent in Premiere and Avid. Comfortable in After Effects.
• You've been working in broadcast, digital or cable for 5 years â€'' preferably working on live daily shows, or high-volume digital teams.
• You've edited non-fiction content in the past, preferably news.
• You have strong editorial judgment, understanding of journalistic standards
• You are willing to work in New York, New York
• You're a visual artist and video is your medium. You love to take high quality material and craft a story.
• You're calm under deadline
• You could sync and organize a project in your sleep, color correct for breakfast, adjust levels for lunch, and finish with some basic animation for dinner.
• You live for the moments when news is breaking and time to air is short