Job Purpose: MSNBC’s Brian Williams brings you every late-breaking headline and puts each day into sharp context.
Join the 11th Hour team as a senior producer and be responsible for creating, producing and supervising the daily broadcast and segments for “The 11th Hour with Brian Williams”.
Main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Manage and supervise control room with EP
• Assist in the supervision of the editorial vision of each day, including suggesting stories and guests for the show
• Supervise and copy edit segment producers’ scripts
• Coach and mentor show staff
• Write and produce segments on occasion
• Become involved in planning process
• Discuss day-of correspondent requests with deskQualifications/Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree
• Must have at least 7 years of experience in live television (i.e. morning shows, cable shows, broadcast TV, etc).
• Must have at least 3 years of control room experience
Additional Job Requirements
• Interested candidate must submit a resume/CV through Apply
to be considered
• Must be willing to work in New York, NY
• Possess ability to develop story ideas, research, and plan segments
• Exceptional editorial skills: Ability to recognize stories with high potential for provocative, compelling television
• Strong writing and teasing skills
• Thorough knowledge of and strong interest in politics and current events
• Strong time management skills
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