Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.
Newsy is seeking an ambitious segment producer to enhance daily live news program production. The segment producer will work with a live show team to build compelling content that appeals to the Newsy viewer: a news consumer who wants information, not opinions. Newsy’s mission is to inform and not influence, and the ideal candidate deeply understands the distinction between the two.
The ideal segment producer has experience building content around various contributions using all available resources. The segment producer is tasked with the writing of the segment, the oversight of graphics requests, while working closely with video editors and guest bookers to build a well-rounded segment. Experience in research and working with guests in pre-interviews is desired.
The ideal candidate has experience coordinating field crews and the live control room team before, during and after any and all segments that appear during live programming. The segment producer will report to the supervising producer.
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Newsy is the next-generation national news network that provides “news with the why,” built to inform and engage with the top stories across every platform. It’s available on cable; on over-the-top services including Hulu, Roku, Apple TV, Sling TV, Watchable from Comcast, Pluto TV, Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast; and on connected television including Xumo. Newsy is also available via its mobile apps and at newsy.com.
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