Learfield Sports Looking For Broadcast Production Coordinator
October 11, 2010 at 3:12 PM (PT)
With its heavy load of college sports radio production in full swing, LEARFIELD SPORTS is in need of a Broadcast Production Coordinator to oversee production for over 20 radio networks from the company's JEFFERSON CITY, MO facility.
Broadcast Manager TOM BOMAN tells ALL ACCESS that the job entails creating network imaging for all sports, working with play-by-play talent on opens and "scene-setters," collecting, airing, and archiving sports highlights and helping with highlight requests, help in gathering and compiling audio segments for game day, and creating audio for the company's video solicitations for new properties. The job also includes preparing over 300 pieces of audio imaging per season, plus producing the game broadcasts for football and some basketball games on SATURDAYs.
LEARFIELD is looking for producers with a minimum of three years' radio imaging experience "at a high level" using ADOBE Audition 1.5 or higher, strong communications skills, a "network quality work ethic," team player skills, and organization and multitasking skills. Experience with ISDN and POTS codecs is considered a plus as well.
Interested parties should send their resume with references and imaging samples (5 MB or smaller) to BOMAN no later than OCTOBER 29th at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls will be accepted regarding the position.