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  • KPBS Freelancer - Video Production Services

    Req No.
    2018-8051
    Category
    Radio/TV/Multimedia
    Type
    Temporary
    Salary
    $25.00/hr
    Dept/Proj Name
    KPBS
    Close Date
    10/24/2018
  • Overview

    KPBS serves the greater San Diego community with informative, cultural, entertaining and educational television, radio, and web programming. KPBS TV/FM is the public television and radio stations for San Diego. Licensed to San DiegoStateUniversity, KPBS supports and furthers the university’s educational and community service mission by informing, enlightening and empowering its listeners. It does so not only by presenting national and locally produced programming of value to its San Diego audience, but also by producing programming about San Diego and its people for distribution nationwide.

    Responsibilities

    • Duties may include but are not limited to:  Edit Assist, Camera, Prompter, Tape, TD, Studio Set Prep and Construction, Grip, Chyron, Graphics, Audio, Clip Player, and Video Shading
    • Position is for work in the KPBS Video Production Services department on an as-needed basis, with no set schedule.

    Qualifications

    Knowledge & Abilities

    • Knowledge of video production techniques
    • Knowledge of full range of production techniques including sound recording, graphics, television, photography, video taping, lighting, editing methods and equipment
    • Ability to set up and operate a wide variety of production equipment including set-up for multi-camera video productions
    • Ability to learn techniques in the development of television, film, radio or multimedia productions
    • Ability to use and maintain studio, camera and related equipment

    Education/Experience

    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent work in a related field
    • 6 months of experience in still and motion picture photography, including a thorough knowledge of video production techniques

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