Category: Production Jobs



The Video/Marketing Assistant is a part-time student position. This position will be responsible for executing a video campaign during the Spring 2012 semester. This position will be instrumental in the production process from planning through the editing process. The Video/Marketing Assistant must be knowledgeable about all aspects of the video production process, including shooting, audio voiceover recording, creating superimposed graphics and editing.

This position is open to sophomore, junior, senior and graduate level students.


For more information, please contact:
Janine Gascoigne
Marketing Coordinator
Housing and Residential Communities
The University of Alabama
174 Burke East // Box 870399
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
O 205.348.1077
F 205.348.7135

University of Alabama seeks Video Producer and Video Editor

The University of Alabama’s Center for Public Television and Radio seeks a video producer and video editor. These are “hourly” positions

For more information, go to

and click the “Search Staff Postings” link.

Then, under “Classification Title,” look for Video Editor and Video Producer.

For the producing job:

A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communication, Telecommunication and Film, Journalism or related field and one (1) year of experience or an approved combination of comparable education and experience in which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been attained.

For the editing job:

High school diploma or GED and at least three (3) years of videotape editing work experience; OR vocational or technical school degree in a telecommunications or other relevant field and at least two (2) years videotape editing work experience; OR associate’s degree in telecommunications or other relevant field and at least one (1) year of videotape editing work experience; OR bachelor’s degree in a telecommunication or other relevant field.

Ability to operate video and video editing equipment. Good interpersonal skills and the ability to judge and act independently. Good organizational and time management skills. Creative and artistic skills. Working knowledge of computers and graphic design related skills.

High school diploma or GED and at least three (3) years of videotape editing work experience; OR vocational or technical school degree in a telecommunications or other relevant field and at least two (2) years videotape editing work experience; OR associate’s degree in telecommunications or other relevant field and at least one (1) year of videotape editing work experience; OR bachelor’s degree in a telecommunication or other relevant field.

News Director/Multimedia Production Tech Position

Job Title: Director/Multimedia Production Tech  

Posting Dates: Aug 23-Sep 6, 2011

Station:  WHNT-TV Huntsville, AL                                             


Reports to:  News Director

                     Supervising Directors

Purpose/reason for this Position:

WHNT NEWS 19, the CBS affiliate in Huntsville, Alabama, has an immediate opening on for a full-time Associate Director/Multimedia Production Tech. The successful candidate will have the ability to manage, motivate, and lead staff during fast-paced, graphics intensive newscasts with multiple live elements.

WHNT NEWS 19 has all brand new HD equipment – Ross Overdrive, VizRT, Vinten Robotic cameras and a state-of-the-art HD studio.  In addition to directing, the successful applicant should have strong computer skills, the ability to multi-task and make sound judgments during live broadcasts.  Hours will vary and will include early mornings, nights, weekends and holidays.

Core Job Functions:                                    

  • Direct weekend morning newscasts and fill-in during weekday newscasts as assigned.
  • Directors have to fill-in on all aspects of production and train new employees on those job functions; skills necessary include running audio, camera, graphics, prompter, shooting video and non-linear editing.
  • Field Production: Ability to direct using remote production equipment.  Ability to supervise and coordinate field production crew.   
  • Lighting: Knowledge of studio lighting techniques.
  • Web Posting: Post video and text content to station’s website, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
  • Editing: Assist with editing for newscasts (Final Cut Pro experience preferred).
  • Photojournalism: Shooting video and sound in the field or in station on an as-needed-basis.
  • Newsgathering: Assist newsroom personnel with law enforcement beat checks and/or making calls to gather information before and between newscasts.

Minimum Knowledge Skills & Abilities:

Experience operating and/or ability/willingness to learn how to operate the following equipment and computer programs: Ross Overdrive, Wheatstone Audio Board, Vinten Robotic cameras, VizRT graphics, Adobe Photoshop, and/or other similar equipment and systems.  Aptitude to learn other technically advanced equipment.  Excellent spelling and precision attention to detail a must! Must possess a valid State Driver’s License.  Good communication skills and team-centered mindset.

Education Requirements:

A college degree in Television Production, Communications or related-degree is preferred.  Also prefer candidates with at least one year production experience in a commercial television station.

Physical Requirements:

Dexterity to operate production and photography equipment; including, but not limited to all audio equipment, studio/field cameras and computers.  Should be able to do light lifting and climb a ladder to change studio lights, if needed.  Must be able to handle stress of a fast-paced, dynamic environment while remaining calm, communicate clearly and make split-second decisions.


INTERNAL CONTACTS:                                                EXTERNAL CONTACTS: 

Directors                                                                        Station Guests

Other members of production team                     Customers (our viewers)

Producers                                                                        Police, Fire, Emergency Dispatchers

News Director




Interested parties should submit resume and references to Maxie Justice and David ‘Tater’ Terry, Supervising Directors, WHNT-TV, 200 Holmes Ave., Huntsville, AL 35801 256-533-1919, or email and

WHNT-TV Is An Equal Opportunity Employer

Radio Job in Birmingham

Promotions, Programming & Online Content Assistant

Clear Channel Radio-Birmingham is accepting resumes for a potential future opening for the position of Promotions, Programming, and Online Content Assistant. We need someone who can be creative with concept and execution in addition to being very organized, and has programming knowledge for the following formats: Top 40, Urban, and Urban Inspirational. Essential Duties: • Develop and oversee all promotional and contest initiatives of station. • Directly supervise part time employees in the Promotions Department. • Write, create and produce on-air promotions. • Plan and develop station promotions. • Supervise stations contests including originating or adapting ideas, arranging prizes and listener events. • Maintain accurate records of contestants, and ensure contests are conducted in accordance with FCC regulations and law. • Represent station at community events and promotions. • Coordinate activities of other departments involved in production of promotions and remotes. • Maintain stations prize closet, inventory of station premiums and inventory and control of station banners. • Prepare affidavits for clients attesting to the promotional announcements aired for a particular campaign. • Coordinate all prizes and winners and make sure prizes are available for front desk distribution. Handle all release forms to ensure 1099’s are in order for distribution. • Ability to work some odd hours.• Selector experience is a plus, as well as sounding great on the air. • Ideal Candidate should understand all things social networking, automation systems and Microsoft office. Qualified candidates will also have a passion for web content and understand its importance and relevance to a successful radio station. Social Networking is a VITAL part of this job. •Duties including handling schedules and daily tracking of shows, and any other needed tasks •Maintaining Daily trackers for the station •Help in managing the stations website/social network including creating unique content, tracking statistics, assigning tasks for web team •Working with local teams and broadcasts to ensure we have the best stuff on-air • Work with radio stations to cover events and create great content •Assisting the Operations Director with any assigned tasks. • The candidate will be responsible for updating our websites and assist our local program directors and advertising executives. • Physically maintain sites with daily updates • Prepare necessary graphic/files for site • Search and be proactive in the development of content for each website • Enter and update site content • Assists in scheduling ads on site and programs • Stream monitoring for quality, ad placement, etc… • Assist station personnel with maintaining various elements on sites (promotions calendar, personality pages, etc…)

Vacancy Type:
Full Time

Date Posted:

Closing Date:

Birmingham – 35209



Selector experience is a plus, as well as sounding great on the air.

• Ideal Candidate should understand all things social networking, automation systems and Microsoft office.

Email resumes to


Seeking Editor for Oral History Project

Looking for an editor who is interested in local  history and has technical skills editing with Final Cut Pro.

Academic credit (as directed study or internship hours) can be arranged for TCF or any UA students.

Please see Dr. Raimist in 430C Reese Phifer Hall, if you are interested.


Seeking Videographer: Music Doc

Videographer Needed

For Neo Jazz School of Music documentary

More info:

-Primarily on weekends (mainly Saturdays some Sundays)

-Shooting mostly in Birmingham(Fairfield) some in Huntsville

-Will be shooting over Christmas break and throughout the spring

-Music based documentary so a lot of live music filming

-Videographer needs to be available to shoot at most times necessary.

If interested contact:

Micah Russell


Intern for GLIMPSE, a new show produced by The Center for Public Television

The Center for Public Television at The University of Alabama is looking for interns to work on glimpse!

We are seeking enthusiastic and creative videographers and editors! Filmmakers who are driven, motivated, and self-starters, and can meet deadlines.

Qualified students need a good knowledge (at least intermediate level) of Final Cut Pro – you will be editing an entire episode on your own!

This position requires occasional travel, but we work around everyone’s schedule as much as possible.

Watch the show previews:

Intern with Camp Ozark!

Camp Ozark will be on campus next week October 17th – October 22nd recruiting summer staff.

We feel that students who chose Film as their area of study could have a genuine interest in our camp media program.
Our hope is that your students would be interested in working at a Christian sports and adventure camp teaching all sorts of activities to over 5,000 kids each summer.

We would love for any interested students to stop by our information table in the Ferg. during the week.

We would like to encourage your students to come to our info session Thursday, Oct. 21st @ 8PM in Ferg. 309 to hear all about what Camp Ozark has to offer.

We offer internships (i.e. Sports Management, Photography, and Video Production) at Camp Ozark that may fit within your students’ area of study.

Watch the videos below are completed video projects from our 2010 media team which give you an understanding of what particular jobs are available at Camp Ozark.

Please e-mail me at if you have any questions. Thank you!

Seeking TCF Student Videographers

Are you graduating this year, or any time in the next few years? What will you put on your resume under experience? What sorts of material do you have for your reel? If these questions are making you think then you need to jump on the MANY special opportunities for TCF students to gain hands-on experience filming events that will help you build your reel at the same time.

We need videographers to film the following (equipment can be provided):

– Tuscaloosa Chamber of Commerce meeting focused on Latino issues in our community on Thursday, September 15 from 1-4:30

– Lecture in the business school on Tuesday, September 21
sections at 9 am, 11 am, and 3 pm

– Triathlon on UA Campus on Saturday, September 25th

– Palestine – A One Woman Show by Najla Said
Monday, September 20th at 7pm (The Ferguson Center Heritage Room)
Najla Said, daughter of the late Palestinian-American intellectual and activist Edward Said, is an award winning actress, comedian and writer.She has appeared Off-Broadway, regionally and internationally, as well as in film and television. She is a founding member of Nibras Theatre Collective, and one of New York Theatre Workshop’s “Usual Suspects.” In her one woman show, PALESTINE, Najla explores what it means to be both Arab and American. She gives us an insight into the Middle East and the Arab world from a unique perspective that is compassionate and witty.Her performance offers no remedies for Mideast tensions. For more information about this event, please see attached flyer and contact Stephanie Grimes at

– Training sessions for a unit on campus. You will train UA students how to film/document their events

and LOTS of additional OPPORTUNITIES throughout the semester!

Please see Dr. Raimist in 430C or email rraimist [at] ua [dot] edu ASAP!

Communication Career Week

Communication Career Week features several events that are designed to help C&IS students network with professionals, sharpen their interviewing skills and find out about internships and employment opportunities. The recruiters are committed to working with students and letting them know that they have a future in the industry.

Here are the events for Communication Career Week:

Internship Spotlight
Thursday, October 15, 12 noon – 3 p.m., Phifer Rotunda
Former student interns will share their on-the-job experiences with less experienced students.

Resume Roundup
Monday, October 19, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Phifer Rotunda
Students can have their resumes evaluated by UA’s Career Consultants.

Communication Career Fair
Thursday, October 22, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Ferguson Ballroom
Students can interview for internships and jobs with an assortment of communication industry professionals. Representatives from corporations, newspapers, radio stations and television stations will attend and are ready to talk to students.

Sports Communication Workshop
Thursday, October 22, 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (during the Communication Career Fair), Heritage Room (Ferguson Center)
Sports communication professionals will share their experiences and discuss the keys to success in the field.