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Part Time Job

News Editor

Hearst

Rogers, AR 05-06-2024
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  • Paid
  • Part Time
Job Description
Part-Time Editor

Local News Editor

40/29, the ABC affiliate in Rogers has an opening for a Part time News Editor. You will cover news stories as assigned. You have an excellent eye for visual compelling storytelling and is passionate about combining writing and storytelling with great pictures and sound. You will report to the Chief Photographer.

Responsibilities
• Edit stories, videos, and newscasts on tight deadlines
• Maintain news archives
• Operate electronic newsgathering equipment
• Nonlinear editing using Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Avid, and Edius for newscast elements including PKGs, VOs, VOSOTs, opens, teases and preproduction material
• Collaborate with producers, reporters and managers to produce high quality stories
• Ensure storage and organization of media files
• Maintain standards for all edited material
• Taking in ENG and SNG feeds
• Any other editing responsibilities as assigned by news managers

Requirements
• Knowledge of nonlinear editing software
• Proficiency editing with Adobe Premiere
• Can handle and juggle multiple editing assignments under strict deadlines
• Knowledge of current video production techniques
• Familiarity with mass communications law and media responsibilities
• Record multiple feeds on a digital encoding system
• Search for source materials from multiple outlets and platforms
• Related military experience will be considered
• In-person attendance is required

Diversity Statement

At Hearst Television we tell stories every day. Stories about people of all cultures, backgrounds, perspectives, and identities. That's why, behind the scenes, we believe in being an organization as diverse and varied as the audience we reach, ensuring that the content we create is more compassionate, and more representative of the communities we serve.

Jobcode: Reference SBJ-gm0b2x-3-233-232-160-42 in your application.

Company Profile
Hearst

Hearst Television, a subsidiary of Hearst, owns and operates local television and radio stations serving 26 media markets across 39 states reaching over 21 million U.S. television households.