As a late shift Producer for the TODAY show, you will be responsible for pitching, developing, and turning news of day pieces for next day air.
- Produce original news content, primarily for broadcast, including research, conducting interviews, writing and editing scripts, field producing and shooting, and overseeing editing
- Role is expected to both pitch story ideas and work on assigned stories developed by the editorial team
- Work with Standards & Legal Team to ensure Editorial Standards of all segments
• Must have at least 4 years’ editorial experience working in production at the network level, preferably with morning television
• Must be able to shoot and edit
• Must have strong journalistic writing skills, research skills, and editorial judgment
• Must have a Bachelor’s degree
• Must be willing to work overtime, nights, holidays, and weekends, often with short notice
• Interested candidate must submit a resume/CV through Apply
• Must be willing to work in NYC
• Required to work Sunday –Thursday 4pm – 12am.
• Demonstrated strong knowledge and interest in news and current events
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Strong storytelling ability
• Knowledge of NBC News Policies and Guidelines and Practices
• Familiarity with social media
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