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Senior Multimedia Producer

Job Description:

Boston Globe Media is looking for a full time Senior Multimedia Producer to join our award winning video team. This person will be responsible for managing the production of short/long video stories on-location or in-house. The ideal candidate will be able to produce a wide range of videos including breaking news, enterprise, and feature stories. The job requires a self-starter who can manage multiple projects in a fast-paced newsroom with tight deadlines. Top candidates for this position will have a background in video storytelling, demonstrate strong shooting and editing skills, and have experience with graphics. The producer would also be expected to help in the production of podcasts, live events, and other new initiatives at the Globe that require multimedia expertise.


 

You Will…

  • Oversee all aspects of field and studio production, including shooting, editing, audio recording, and lighting.
  • Work closely with reporters and editors across the newsroom to identify and produce timely video pieces.
  • Pitch, develop, research, and write stories.
  • Generate new content ideas – ranging from short breaking news clips to series and documentary ideas.
  • Manage production for multiple ongoing projects.
  • Partner with the audience engagement and social media teams to produce innovative social and vertical video projects.

 

You Have/Are… 

  • 4+ years of experience producing videos, preferably in a daily news environment.
  • A demonstrable ability to write, record, create, edit, and produce multimedia features.
  • Comfortable working on tight deadlines and in high-stress breaking news situations.
  • Comfortable juggling multiple projects at any given time.
  • A high level of expertise in Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
  • Demonstrated experience with multiple camera setups, including but not limited to Canon C100, C300, and various DSLR cameras.
  • Strong writing and editing skills.
  • Strong news judgment.
  • BA degree or equivalent required.
  • Ability to work late hours and weekends.

 

All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, along with links to videos/portfolio that clearly outline their role in the production of the video. Applicants that do not submit work samples will not be considered.

 

Bonus Points if You…

  • Have experience working with audio storytelling.
  • Have experience with drone workflows. 
  • Have a Remote Pilot Part 107 license.
  • Have experience with 360 video production.

 

EEO Statement:

Boston Globe Media Partners LLC is an equal employment opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, national origin, citizenship or any other protected characteristic.

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