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The Technical Producer has the general responsibility for directing live or pre-recorded productions as assigned, monitoring WOWT’s on-air signals, transmitter, and FCC logs, and ingesting daily programming and commercials. Regular assignments will involve directing specific newscasts, misc. station productions, and various elements for the web channel.
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Direct live and pre-recorded productions as assigned and monitor all on-air streams for WOWT.
Require skill with Ross Overdrive automation, production video switcher, master control video switcher, Harris automation, VizRT graphics, Adobe Photoshop and all supporting equipment in Production/Master Control; including the ability to effectively perform at the following: robotic camera operation, prompter operation, audio operation, commercial/promo ingesting, satellite operation, program ingesting/segmenting, and a working knowledge of web production.
Understanding of FCC program and transmitter logs, and all FCC broadcast regulations.
Work with ENPS, newsroom computer system.
Understanding of all equipment in studios and production areas.
Dedication to care of equipment.
Work closely with all other departments to meet all daily demands.
Training of new personnel as assigned.
Assist Production Supervisor in maintaining clean studios and production areas.
Variable work schedule due to changing shifts, turnover, station projects, etc.
Other Duties as Assigned
WOWT-TV is a drug-free company and requires pre-employment drug testing. Also, if applicable to the position, MVR/Driver’s review and testing. EOE (All positions must show flexibility for evolving or changing operational needs. Hours, shifts, responsibilities, etc. are subject to change at management discretion.)
Gray Television Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical handicap or marital status. Discriminatory employment practices are specifically prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission. If you believe your Equal Employment Rights have been violated, you may contact the FCC in Washington, D.C. 20054, or other appropriate state or local agencies.