Turner SportsRemote, NV
Full Time Job
A2, Sports (Temporary) Location: Remote, Nevada, United States of America
• Audio II Technician for remote sports broadcast show. - Your Role Accountabilities...
• Operate all broadcast equipment and technology within assigned operating areas, including but not limited?to:?audio mixing consoles, outboard equipment, audio & video routing, digital audio delivery servers, microphone & IFBs and their signal flows, mix minus, intercom devices & software, broadcast routers, etc. Measures audio signals to ensure quality control of Turner Sports endorsed standards on all operations using comprehensive knowledge of broadcast methods
• Measure audio signals to ensure quality control of Turner Sports endorsed standards on all operations using comprehensive knowledge of broadcast methods
• Prioritize and disseminate complex information among the entire control room/studio/remote crews in a clear and concise manner to ensure seamless productions
• Become fully knowledgeable in all aspects of operation and basic maintenance of the production audio systems including but not limited to: audio console, RTS intercom system programming, audio server routing, RF microphones and IFBs as well as other audio or communication related support systems
• Work creatively and collaboratively with Production and Operations management to establish sound production practices for the delivery of content within sports, news, and topical programming Qualifications
• Proficient level of operational skills and abilities in the use of all broadcast equipment and technology within assigned operating areas, including but not limited to; audio mixing consoles, outboard equipment, MADI router, digital audio delivery servers, microphone and IFB signal flows, mix minus, intercom devices, broadcast routers, etc.
• Minimum of 4 years practical TV Production or related experience at the large market or network level.
• Solid knowledge of all TV Production equipment and technology within assigned operating areas, including but not limited to; non-linear edit systems, broadcast routers, media management process and applications, technical standards, etc.
• Must be a collaborative team player who works well with others, in a fast paced, dynamic studio environment
• Qualified applicants must demonstrate and maintain an understanding of established industry standards, equipment and quality control
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