Location: Newport, RI Category: Education Posted On: Wed Jan 15 2020 Job Description:
Produce "Story in the Public Square" for broadcast on public television, SiriusXM satellite radio, as well as online streaming services.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The producer of "Story in the Public Square" will work with the Executive Director of the Pell Center and the rest of the crew to produce weekly episodes of the two-time Telly Award-winning public affairs show about the intersection of storytelling and public affairs for distribution nationally on public television, satellite radio, and through digital platforms. Specifically, the producer will:
Support the production of each episode of "Story in the Public Square," including but not limited to guest research and selection, creating guest profiles for on-air talent, and ensuring the guests themselves are prepared for their appearance;
Build and maintain a database of guests and contacts;
Support post-production work by collaborating with editors to finalize each episode, which will include reviewing footage and identifying video and still images for inclusion;
Provide insight and direction during taping sessions at Rhode Island PBS in Providence, RI;
Working with the executive producers, the director, and the rest of the crew to make the show all that it can be.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
As may be directed by your supervisor.
LICENSES, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT:
A bachelor's degree in a relevant academic field. Experience in television production. A demonstrated interest in and familiarity with public affairs, politics, and international relations. Strong written and verbal communications skills. An attention to detail, a strong work-ethic, and a great attitude as well as an ability to manage multiple episodes in various stages of production.
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