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We work hard and fast, yet we take the time to appreciate the details in the work we do and celebrate our successes.
At the end of the day, we are an entertaining group that strives to do things a little differently and stand out.
The Digital Content Producer/Video Editor is a creative individual responsible for creating emotional, cut-through and viral-video content for social media In-arena and on-air.
The Digital Content Producer/Video Editor must have strong writing skills and professional editing/post-production/ experience utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite – primarily Adobe Premiere Pro.
The individual should be able to attract attention with everything they do. They must be able to work with like-minded creatives in a team environment and able to conceptualize, produce, shoot and edit content for digital, in-arena and on-air.
The Digital Content Producer/Editor must be able to break through the digital clutter while still staying true to the Atlanta Hawks brand voice.
- Conceptualize, produce and edit video content for Vh2 Networks
- Exhibit compelling and attention-getting creative through all content and platforms
- Ensure all content is on-brand, consistent in style, quality and voice
- Assist with content production by shooting, audio mixing and lighting as needed
- Demonstrate a “One Team. One Vision.” philosophy and reinforce SMILE-ing-Southern Hospitality, Making a Moment, Individuals Matter, Loyalty and Empowerment
- Must submit attention-getting reel or video samples
- 2+ years professional editing/post-production experience
- Expert knowledge Adobe of Premiere Pro
- Intermediate knowledge of After Effects and Photoshop
- Adept at Shooting video
- Experience with file-based production and post-production work flows
- Ability to operate under pressure and meet tight deadline
- Videography: 1 year (Required)
- Video Editing: 1 year (Required)
- Video Production: 1 year (Preferred)
As a television camera operator, you’ll work with digital, electronic and film cameras and produce required shots by combining the use of complex technology with creative visual skills.
You’ll work under a director or director of photography and may be supported by a camera assistant.
You may work on a variety of programs, for example studio or outside broadcast programs, television dramas, commercials, documentaries or news. You may use one of several cameras or a portable single camera (PSB). You could also specialize in working in one or more of the following areas:
- Studio – where you follow a camera script, which gives the order of shots. This is practiced at rehearsal and is cued by the director during recording. The skill lies in interpreting what the director wants and acting quickly and effectively to achieve it.
- Outside broadcast (OB) – working as part of a team of camera operators filming live events, such as sporting and ceremonial occasions and music performances.
- On location – where there is likely to be more opportunity for creativity through suggesting shots to the director.
- Assemble, prepare and set up equipment prior to filming, which may include tripods, monitors, lighting, cables and leads and headphones
- Offer advice on how best to shoot a scene and explain the visual impact created by particular shots plan shots for example when filming an expensive drama scene, such as an explosion, there may be only one chance to get things right, so shots need to be meticulously planned beforehand
- Practice the camera moves required for pre-arranged shots
- Study scripts
- Find solutions to technical or other practical problems (for an outside broadcast, for example, the natural light conditions need to be taken into account when setting up shots) be prepared to innovate and experiment with ideas
- Work quickly, especially as timing is such an important factor
- Take sole responsibility in situations where only one camera operator is involved in the filming
- Keep up to date with filming methods and equipment
- Repair and maintain equipment
- Demonstrate a good awareness of health and safety issues
- Drive crew, actors and equipment to and from locations
Part of the role involves interacting and maintaining good working relationships with other members of the crew and cast, including the:
- Lighting technicians
As a film or video editor, you’ll be responsible for assembling recorded raw material into a finished product that’s suitable for broadcasting. The material may include camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics and special effects. This is a key role in the post-production process and your skills can determine the quality and delivery of the final product. You’ll usually work closely with the director to achieve the desired end result.
You’ll be employed on a freelance basis, working on short-term contracts.
Digital technology, specialist computer software and high-quality sound and pictures have effectively replaced the traditional manual method of cutting film. In some instances you may be given creative freedom, while in others you’ll just be required to operate the necessary machines.
As a lighting technician you’ll set up and operate lighting equipment in television and film. You’ll work across all types of programs and may cover productions inside studios or outside on location.
It’s likely that you’ll work in a team, as technicians generally have to carry out heavy lifting and may need to work at heights to make sure the lights are in the correct position. While setting up lights, changing them over during production and running cables, you must always be conscious of health and safety requirements.
The lighting team’s work is crucial, as lighting creates the right atmosphere to set the scene and evoke an audience’s response. The work demands high-level technical and creative skills in order to follow instructions that ensure the desired production lighting is achieved.
- Establish lighting requirements
- Liaise with the lighting director and other staff to interpret their creative vision into the lighting design
- Plot the lighting
- Assemble all the lighting and filter equipment needed
- Ensure all lighting equipment is in working order and organize any necessary scaffolding and cranes
- Conduct risk assessments for health and safety purposes
- Pre-rig the lighting and ensure all cables and wires are safely concealed
- Load automated color change systems
- Check the focusing of lighting at rehearsals
- Operate and maintain equipment during the shoot
- Change lighting between shots, as necessary
- Programmer and operate lighting consoles
- De-rig all equipment at the end of the broadcast or production and ensure it is safely transported away from the location and/or stored
- Work as part of a large crew, especially on feature films
- Review footage shots with the director
- Liaise with the floor manager, producer and sound technician throughout the project