NBC Universal Researcher - TODAY in New York, New York
Job Number 34462BR
Job Title Researcher - TODAY
Business Segment NBC News and MSNBC
Sub-Business NBC News
Posting Category TV Content & Production
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Career Level Entry-Level
Country United States
State/Province New York
City New York
As a Late Researcher, you will work directly with Associate Producers, Producers and Senior Producers to help write and assist in the production of original content for TODAY. The shift for this position is Sunday through Thursday, 4pm-midnight.
Assist in producing original news content, primarily for broadcast, including research, conducting interviews, and supporting field producing and shooting.
Pitch story ideas and work on assigned storied developed by the editorial team.
Researchers are expected to help fill in for PAs and Gfx coordinators, whenever needed.
Gather material for the show opens (stills, videos, breaking news elements)
Coordinate with the late/overnight researchers and help with last minute b-roll requests or fixes
Must have a Bachelor’s degree
Must have 1+ years of experience working in production, at the network or syndication level.
Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment as the researchers consistently work against deadlines and often, in breaking news situations.Eligibility Requirements:
Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV through nbcunicareers.com to be considered
Must be willing and able to work flexible hours, under tight deadline pressure, including breaking news
Must be willing to work in NYC.
DV shooting experience.
Experience in non-linear editing.
Strong journalistic writing skills, research skills, and editorial judgment.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments.
Demonstrated strong knowledge and interest in news, current events and pop culture.
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