Communications Associate Producer

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The Communications Production Group produces video content that supports company initiatives focusing on ESPN employees, fans and press. This content typically focuses on company strategies, performance, business activities and culture. While this group is located within ESPN Corporate Communications it provides content and production support to internal partners from all areas of the company.
The successful candidate will be responsible for producing, shooting, editing and distributing, video and audio content across multiple ESPN Corporate Communications platforms such as the company?s Intranet - ITK, ESPN?s Corporate Blog, - , as well outside platforms such as ESPN?s MediaZone for press, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, etc.

The Associate Producer/Editor is responsible for producing creative, high quality, video content to inform and inspire ESPN employees and fans while also promoting the accomplishments and new initiatives of ESPN to external media covering the company. Works closely with publicists and internal clients to create video packages highlighting ESPN announcements, business initiatives, and culture. Utilizing ESPN production tools such as Quantel QCUT stations to gather content produced by ESPN Production partners. Occasional travel and production outside of normal business hours are required as needed.
A minimum of 2 years of video production experience in an broadcast, corporate, or production house environment.
This position requires experience shooting video and recording audio with Canon 5D Mark III HDSLR cameras and a variety of audio tools. Examples demonstrating this experience are required.
Candidates must have editing experience with non-linear editing systems such as Final Cut X, AVID, Quantel or similar editing software. Examples demonstrating this experience are required.
This position requires a detail-oriented individual with excellent communication skills and a complete knowledge of the technical and creative components of video production.
All candidates must have proven ability in delivering a project from concept through completion, including offering creative outlines, shooting, editing, mixing, color correcting, and basic graphics creation while maintaining high levels of quality control.
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