Today’s not just Earth Day, it’s also the day CSD MIKE SPIECHA signs on a new look at ABC affiliate KTVX in Salt Lake. Mike and his team have been working like mad and the results will be delightful. Mike’s relatively new to the big creative chair, but he’s been doing marketing for the Nexstar affil quite some time before getting the promotion. Well Dunne! Spike.
Job Alert – KDVR Creative Services Producer / Editor for FOX31 / Colorado’s Own Channel 2 – Denver
FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 in Denver, Colorado have an immediate opening for a Creative Services Producer/Editor.
We are seeking a flexible and creative producer who can do it all: write, edit, shoot, direct – in a fast-paced news promotions environment. In this position you’ll work with our talented team of producers and designers to create daily topicals, image promos, special report promos, and everything in between.
Required skills: Strong Writing Skills, Final Cut Pro Studio and Camera skills (Canon 5D & Sony EX3)
Preferred skills: After Effects and Photoshop.
A successful candidate must enjoy working in a collaborative environment, be able to meet tight deadlines, and be willing to work a flexible schedule if/when needed. College degree or equivalent experience is essential. Previous television promotions experience will help you stand out
Send a resume and non-returnable DVD or link to demo reel:
Maia Brusseau Promotions Manager KDVR / KWGN 100 E Speer Blvd Denver, CO 80203
Maia.firstname.lastname@example.org NO PHONE CALLS. EOE/M/F/D/V
Think About This: “There are some things in the world we can’t change – gravity, entropy, the speed of light, and our biological nature that requires clean air, clean water, clean soil, clean energy and biodiversity for our health and well being. Protecting the biosphere should be our highest priority or else we sicken and die. Other things, like capitalism, free enterprise, the economy, currency, the market, are not forces of nature – we invented them. They are not immutable and we can change them. It makes no sense to elevate economics above the biosphere.” ~ David Suzuki