The Assistant Video Editor will provide support to editors, producers, video journalists and technical crew and should have a demonstrated interest in current events.
Responsibilities may include:
– Organize and set up equipment for shoots, both in field and at NYT offices.
– Assist in operating camera and sound equipment on set or in the field.
– Coordinate with post-production.
– Assist in live and pre-recorded shoots.
– Assist with booking and ensuring quality control on feeds and remote interviews.
– Prepare graphics and b-roll for various shows.
– Download, logging, syncing and organizing all materials and footage coming in from the field.
– Create and log project files; and insert subtitles and sync audio files.
– Perform related work as assigned.
– Must possess the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines is essential.
– Should have a desire to learn and understand the technical aspects of digital journalism.
– Must have strong organizational skills .
– Knowledge of web video is a must and experience with shooting, field production and camera equipment is essential.
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