Broadcast and Media Operations at MSU

Broadcast and Media Operations at MSU We are a full-service, state-of-the-art, one-stop-shop for all of your film, television and radio production and corporate event needs. Our goal is simple: to help you succeed by delivering service that exceeds your expectations.

Our proximity to Manhattan makes us a convenient choice for leading film and television producers, directors, location managers, as well as convention, conference and corporate event and training planners. We are also a popular venue for TED-style talks, film screenings and a wide array of live-streamed events. You’ll find us in the Montclair State University School of Communication and Media – a dazzling, new 105,000-square-foot building that is one of the most technologically advanced production facilities on any North American university campus. We offer expansive, state-of-the-art, cost-effective interior and exterior location options – including the only fully integrated 4K studio available for rent in the Metropolitan New York area – that can be tailored to fit your individual production preferences. And our affiliation with the School of Communication and Media means that we can help staff your projects with professional, student and hybrid crews that know just how to put our facilities to work for you.

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Did you catch Montclair State University on this past Sunday’s episode of CBS’s “The Equalizer?” @montclairstateu @montc...
04/06/2021

Did you catch Montclair State University on this past Sunday’s episode of CBS’s “The Equalizer?”

@montclairstateu @montclair_college_of_the_arts @msu_bmo @theequalizercbs #montclairstateuniversity #montclairscm #montclairstate #cbstheequalizer

Broadcast and Media Operations booked and managed the campus shoot of the CBS’ hit show “The Equalizer” starring @queenl...
04/02/2021

Broadcast and Media Operations booked and managed the campus shoot of the CBS’ hit show “The Equalizer” starring @queenlatifah and @chrisnothofficial . Students and recent grads from @montclairscm assisted with the filming of episode six. TVDM major Maniya Ross is pictured preparing for filming inside of Panzer Athletic Center, while TVDM major Elliot Whittington-Booker is pictured helping direct the production staff inside of the Student Rec Center. A huge thanks to our fellow departments on campus that helped us with this production @msucampusrec @msuredhawks @msu_conferencecenter ! Watch episode six airing this Sunday, April 4th to catch campus locations featured in the show, including the Student Rec Center, University Hall’s Conference Center, and the batting cage inside of Panzer Gym! @montclairstateu @montclair_college_of_the_arts @msu_bmo #montclairstateuniversity #montclairscm #montclairstate #cbstheequalizer

Members of the Broadcast and Media Operations team came out to the American Dream mall with TVDM and WMSC 90.3 FM studen...
03/13/2021

Members of the Broadcast and Media Operations team came out to the American Dream mall with TVDM and WMSC 90.3 FM students from the Montclair State University School of Communication & Media, to get an exclusive tour by Brian Hague, Director of Government Affairs and Communications for American Dream. Students toured all the amenities from entertainment to retail to dining and talked about ways for future collaborations between Montclair State University and the American Dream.

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Members of the Broadcast and Media Operations team came out to the American Dream mall with TVDM and WMSC 90.3 FM students from the Montclair State University School of Communication & Media, to get an exclusive tour by Brian Hague, Director of Government Affairs and Communications for American Dream. Students toured all the amenities from entertainment to retail to dining and talked about ways for future collaborations between Montclair State University and the American Dream.

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02/18/2021

Due to the impending snowstorm, The Cage will be closed on Thursday Feb. 18th. Our offices will be working remotely. See MSU email for details.

For assistance, please contact [email protected].

Broadcast and Media Operations managed the campus shoot of CBS’ new pilot Ways & Means starring Patrick Dempsey and Troi...
01/29/2021

Broadcast and Media Operations managed the campus shoot of CBS’ new pilot Ways & Means starring Patrick Dempsey and Troian Bellisario last week. Bohn Hall was transformed into a hospital and SCM’s Studio A housed a morning talk show for Ways and Means. Current SCM students Jessica Pochek, a TVDM major, and Carly Drabeck, a Film major, were part of the CBS production team. #msu #montclairstateuniversity #msubmo #bohnhall #montclairscm #montclairbohnhall

Broadcast and Media Operations managed the campus shoot of CBS’ new pilot Ways & Means starring Patrick Dempsey and Troian Bellisario last week. Bohn Hall was transformed into a hospital and SCM’s Studio A housed a morning talk show for Ways and Means. Current SCM students Jessica Pochek, a TVDM major, and Carly Drabeck, a Film major, were part of the CBS production team. #msu #montclairstateuniversity #msubmo #bohnhall #montclairscm #montclairbohnhall

Awesome to have our Chief Engineer Adam Goldberg's review published in the January 2021 issue of TV Technology
01/15/2021

Awesome to have our Chief Engineer Adam Goldberg's review published in the January 2021 issue of TV Technology

Learn how Montclair State University is using Sony ODA's to future-proof its process with touchless storage media. http://bit.ly/2Kg3UGh

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01/15/2021

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Learn how Montclair State University is using Sony ODA's to future-proof its process with touchless storage media. http://bit.ly/2Kg3UGh

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05/04/2020

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Thank you to our essential workers on & off campus, helping maintain and support our university during this uncertain time. You are the true heroes! 🙌 We. Appreciate. YOU! ❤️ #nationalsuperheroday #RedHawkPride @ Montclair State University

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03/25/2020
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The Cage, studios, editing labs, classrooms, common areas, etc. have been closed until further notice due to the University's precautionary measures with the coronavirus situation. For more information regarding the coronavirus and the University's most up to date response, please visit https://www.montclair.edu/university-health-center/coronavirus/

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CURRENT SCM STUDENTS AND FACULTY

Please check out BMO's microsite for up-to-date information reflecting facility and equipment usage.

Must be logged in with your MSU Netid.

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PLEASE SEE THE HOURS SECTION FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION ABOUT ADJUSTED BUILDING AND LAB HOURS FOR THE SPRING 2020 SEMESTER.

Spring Break hours have been extended for an additional week, hours for the remainder of the semester have been adjusted due to the University's precautionary measures with the coronavirus situation. For more information regarding the coronavirus and the University's most up to date response, please visit https://www.montclair.edu/university-health-center/coronavirus/

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03/10/2020

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: University Operations Regarding COVID-19

Spring Break for students will be extended through Sunday, March 22. Effective Monday, March 23, the majority of instruction will take place online for the rest of the semester. More information: https://bit.ly/2TFjblH

01/16/2020

FREELANCE OPPORTUNITIES!

Broadcast and Media Operations at Montclair State University is looking to hire a few freelancers for upcoming events.

Interested in becoming a BMO freelancer?
Submit your resume to Krystal Acosta ([email protected]) AND Amanda Accardo ([email protected])!

Please indicate your technical strengths and what positions you are interested in (camera, lighting, director, technical director, audio, editing, etc) in your email.

Thank you!

Thursday November 21st at 6pm -  NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Hallie Jackson will be honored with 2019 DuMon...
11/11/2019
The SCM Colloquium Series presents: NBC News Chief White House Correspondent and MSNBC Host Hallie Jackson

Thursday November 21st at 6pm - NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Hallie Jackson will be honored with 2019 DuMont Broadcaster of the Year Award.

Wish to attend? Please RSVP below:
https://www.montclair.edu/calendar/view-event.php?id=64321

Montclair State University’s School of Communication and Media (SCM) will honor NBC News Chief White House Correspondent and MSNBC Host Hallie Jackson with the Allen B. Du Mont Broadcaster of the Year Award at a special Colloquium.

10/15/2019

FREELANCE OPPORTUNITIES!

Broadcast and Media Operations at Montclair State University is looking to hire a few freelancers for upcoming events.

Check out a couple upcoming dates below:
October 21st 1:00pm - 9:00pm
October 23rd 6:00am - 3:00pm

Interested in becoming a BMO freelancer?
Submit your resume to Krystal Acosta ([email protected]) AND Amanda Accardo ([email protected])!

Please indicate your technical strengths and what positions you are interested in (camera, lighting, director, technical director, audio, editing, etc) in your email.

Thank you!

Senior Engineer
08/27/2019
Senior Engineer

Senior Engineer

Job Description Overview: Reporting to the director of Broadcast and Media Operations (BMO), the engineer II serves as one of the College of the Arts’ technology leaders.  Primary responsibilities include maintenance of the radio station, television studios, multi-platform newsroom, television lo...

Carpe Diem and team take home the Gracie for Best News Magazine in Local TV.The Gracie Awards recognize exemplary progra...
06/28/2019
The 2019 Gracie Award Local Television Award Goes to…

Carpe Diem and team take home the Gracie for Best News Magazine in Local TV.
The Gracie Awards recognize exemplary programming created by women, for women and about women in all facets of media and entertainment. They also acknowledge the individuals who have made inspirational contributions to the industry. Named after the late Gracie Allen, the Gracie Awards acknowledge outstanding team leadership and individual achievement. The Gracie’s focus on women who are making positive change and who further the discussion of what a fulfilling career in media looks like. Carpe Diem is being awarded a 2019 Gracie Award on behalf of their female executive producer, female series producer and female segment producers.
Congrats to the winning team!
#fuerzapuertorico🇵🇷
#montclairstate
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https://www.montclair.edu/newscenter/2019/06/27/the-2019-gracie-award-local-television-award-goes-to/?fbclid=IwAR12asl4YSs8bGmgwPzMWoJSDQR6AQCzH6GKTfSi1FwGXA8jtWDlxzdnfTA

Montclair State’s Carpe Diem: Mission to Puerto Rico News Magazine

Carpe Diem – Montclair State University’s long-running local news magazine program – has won a 2019 Alliance for Women i...
06/28/2019

Carpe Diem – Montclair State University’s long-running local news magazine program – has won a 2019 Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) Gracie Award for its special edition program, “Mission to Puerto Rico.” The Best News Magazine in Local TV award was presented at the Gracie Award Luncheon on June 26 at Cipriani in New York City.

Carpe Diem: Mission to Puerto Rico, was produced as part of a television production company course offered by the School of Communication and Media at Montclair State, is a collaborative journalism project by students and staff who traveled to Puerto Rico during spring break 2018 to document its recovery six months after Hurricane Maria.

Carpe Diem is being awarded a 2019 Gracie Award on behalf of their female executive producer, female series producer and female segment producers.

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05/31/2019
CARPE DIEM: The Raw Reality

CARPE DIEM: The Raw Reality - Airing this week on Carpe Diem

Mental Health is something that is rarely discussed which leads to the misunderstanding of what it means to have a mental illness and how to seek treatment. These misunderstandings begin to form negative stigmas that make it harder for those struggling to find help.

On this edition of Carpe Diem, host and TVDM major Amanda Eustice sits down with Kara Constantine and Samantha Renfree, in an effort to normalize and destigmatize mental health. These two women discuss their personal insight on acceptance and seeking treatment for their struggles.

Carpe Diem also spoke to three other young women, Megan Wochowski, Carley Tomesco and Julia Pagano, who have all agreed to share their journeys to recovery. Dr. Jaclyn-Friedman-Lombardo and Licensed Social Worker Samantha Findlay, professionals in the field, help to further the viewer's understanding and to provide more information on the various mental health treatments that exist.

This episode was produced by TVDM major Victoria Ballinger and Julia Pagano, hosted by TVDM major Amanda Eustice, and directed by TVDM major Andrew Amiano.

Barring pre-emption, CARPE DIEM airs on the following stations

CABLEVISION Bergen Channel 77: Mondays at 5:00 PM
COMCAST Union Channel 26: Tuesdays at 9:00 PM
CABLEVISION Morris Channel 21: Wednesdays at 5:00 PM
CABLEVISION Paterson Channel 75: Fridays at 6:00 PM
CLIFTON CABLE Channel 77: TBA
EDISON CABLE Channel 15: TBA
MONTCLAIR Channel 34: TBA

or you may view it on our website:

https://youtu.be/S01eyKZtVSsfd

Mental Health is something that is rarely discussed which leads to the misunderstanding of what it means to have a mental illness and how to seek treatment. ...

05/13/2019
CARPE DIEM: Truth not Stereotype: FilmAcademy360

CARPE DIEM: Truth not Stereotype - FilmAcademy360

From the classroom to the city, FilmAcademy360 is taking steps to help individuals on the autism spectrum obtain jobs in the digital media industry. With their unique hands-on educational program, they are changing the lives of individuals, giving them the opportunity to learn industry techniques that will prepare them for higher education and future careers.

On this edition of Carpe Diem, host and TVDM major Amanda Eustice sits down with the director of FilmAcademy360, David DiIanni, to discuss his role and the importance of this kind of program in today’s rapidly growing media industry. During the episode, they also hear from two individuals who have benefited from the program and are now successfully interning in New York City.

Carpe Diem also takes a look a FilmAcademy360’s new and upcoming series, Super Autism Man (S.A.M).

This episode was produced by TVDM majors Nicole Appel and Samantha Easterday. It was hosted by TVDM major Amanda Eustice and directed by TVDM major Austin Wolfe.https://youtu.be/GD3Y_Qu285w

From the classroom to the city, FilmAcademy360 is taking steps to help individuals on the autism spectrum obtain jobs in the digital media industry. With the...

05/13/2019
Broadway and Beyond

CARPE DIEM: Broadway and Beyond

From performing arts students to starring on and off Broadway and all around the world, Montclair State students are thriving in the world of show business and theatre. With MSU’s musical theatre programs preparing students for that hectic and busy lifestyle, as well as being just a short train ride away from the city, it is no surprise that these students are able to find success with so much opportunity.

On this edition of Carpe Diem, host and TVDM major Amanda Eustice sits down with Adriana Negron, who just came off a tour of “A Chorus Line in Shanghai, and Phil Sloves, who recently made his Broadway Debut in “Spongebob Squarepants the Musical”. They are also joined by one of MSU’s Theatre and Dance Associate professors, Mark Hardy to talk about how the department helps shapes its stars into the roles they play today on the big stage.

Carpe Diem also heads to Broadway to catch up with two MSU Alums,Rob McClure and Wonu Ogunfowora, who are currently starring in shows in NYC.

This episode was produced by TVDM major Dominique Jackson and hosted by Amanda Eustice and directed by TVDM major Andrew Amiano.

https://youtu.be/NLRUTUusD00

_____________________________________________________________ Learn more about Carpe Diem and the School of Communication and Media at Montclair University: ...

05/13/2019
CARPE DIEM: #FOCUSIMMIGRATION

CARPE DIEM: #FOCUSIMMIGRATION

This edition of Carpe Diem is part of Montclair State's School of Communication and Media's multi-platform #FocusImmigration campaign.

Host, Jacquie Moore is joined by two young immigrants, Oleksandr Podolyanchuk and Octavio Cadenas, both currently enrolled in the School of Communication and Media, who share their experiences of starting a new life in the United States.

Podolyanchuk shares home footage from family back home in the Ukraine, during moments of war and turmoil and also opens up about his experience of living in the United States illegally for 12 years before being granted citizenship.

Cadenas talks about the current situation back home in Venezuela and shares a phone call with a friend still living there and how humanitarian aid efforts are being blocked and destroyed.

This episode was hosted my TVDM major Jacquie Moore and co-produced by TVDM major Kristen Potosky.

https://youtu.be/rn7YNs3fqrQ

This edition of Carpe Diem is part of Montclair State's School of Communication and Media's multi-platform #FocusImmigration campaign. Host, Jacquie Moore is...

THANKS to Magdalena Kent for supporting the work of our students, and for representing us so well out there!😘The link is...
04/25/2019
48 for Montclair State!

THANKS to Magdalena Kent for supporting the work of our students, and for representing us so well out there!😘

The link is here to join Maggie in support of our students:

48 hours to do good...

SCM is participating in the "48 for Montclair State" this Thursday and Friday. Please read below note from SCM director,...
04/25/2019
48 for Montclair State!

SCM is participating in the "48 for Montclair State" this Thursday and Friday. Please read below note from SCM director, Keith Strudler, and consider donating to assist our bright and talented students. No gift too small or large! Thanks!

One of the most vibrant spaces in the Montclair State University School of Communication & Media is the multi-media NewsLab, where students and faculty work together to tell critical stories and create outstanding journalism. From Election Night 2018 coverage to the School’s ambitious #FocusImmigration project, students across majors and disciplines have collectively worked to tell important stories using the vast range of media technologies available to content producers and consumers.

From WMSC 90.3 FM to The Montclarion to Carpe Diem and Montclair News Lab broadcast, the School of Communication and Media and its interdisciplinary NewsLab space continues to rise to the challenge of today’s complex media landscape and set the national standard of multimedia news excellence.

But we can only do this with your help to support the great work happening in digital journalism and storytelling. Help them travel to cover critical stories, like they did in Puerto Rico to report on recovery efforts, a project that led to two prestigious College Emmy awards; help them to interview leaders and politicians both on campus and in Washington DC; help them to master the kind of multi-media, digital journalism that will drive our national discourse; and help make sure the next generation of media leaders has the support they need to build the responsible news landscape of tomorrow.

And of course, help Montclair State’s School of Communication and Media continue its ascent in becoming a national leader. We can only do it with your help. Thanks deeply for your support.

Keith Strudler, Ph.D.
Director of the School of Communication and Media
Montclair State University

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Supervising Producer and Video Director The Juilliard School New York, NY (+1 other) Apply on HigherEdJobs Apply on GlassdoorApply on LinkedInApply on New York Foundation For The ArtsApply on Jobilize 5 days ago Full-time The Supervising Producer and Video Director will provide the vision and creative direction as the school looks to dramatically increase its streaming and recorded media capabilities. Planning is underway and equipment will be installed and commissioned throughout the fall of 2020, in anticipation of going live in early January 2021. The Supervising Producer and Video Director will be assisted by a new and existing team to support these efforts, including one or more assisting video directors (in-house and/or freelance), video tech engineer and camera operators/general engineers (in-house or freelance), with additional assistance available from the Recordings and Classroom Technology Department as well as Production (electrics), Public Affairs (editing), and an outside lighting designer. The Supervising Producer and Video Director’s role is essentially threefold: • Work closely with the artistic leadership at the School, including the President, the Provost, and the Deans and Directors of the Divisions of Music, Dance, and Drama to realize their ambitions for this new media program, executing on an overarching vision on their behalf • work with academic and artistic leadership in all divisions as well as service departments (public affairs, admissions, etc.) to produce and direct video content and live streams at a superior aesthetic level • work with the academic and artistic leadership in all divisions to teach students how to create their own streaming media The role reports dually to the Provost and the Chief Operating Officer and will work side-by-side with the existing Recordings and Classroom Technology Department and its Director. There will be frequent interaction with the artistic leadership in each Division of the school as well as the producers of live events in the Office of the President, Development, and Public Affairs. The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise in producing and directing high quality captures of artistic productions, preferably in most or all of the genres represented at the School: classical and contemporary instrumental music (solos, small and large ensembles), jazz, vocal arts (ranging in scale from solo recitals to fully staged operas), drama, and dance. The individual should be comfortable with a diverse range of artistic styles and genres and excited to participate in the successful launch of innovative, interdisciplinary artistic work. The successful candidate will have a comprehensive understanding of new technologies and production workflows and be comfortable with multi-tasking in a dynamic work environment, where multiple captures and/or streams may be occurring simultaneously. The individual will be expected to work productively, harmoniously, and respectfully with colleagues in the Recording and Classroom Technology department as well as adjacent departments such as IT, Facilities, Concert Operations, Orchestral Operations, and Production. Prior work with student artists is strongly preferred. Responsibilities: • Work closely with internal stakeholders and content teams in strategically planning series of video shoots and live streams across all divisions and departments and develop “the Juilliard video look” • Collaborate with artistic leadership as well as the Office of the President, Public Affairs, the Recording Department, Production, Concert Office, and Information Technology in the scheduling and detailed planning of live streams and video shoots • Oversee live streaming for a variety of events, from regular recitals to high-profile student and external events, e.g., master classes with world-renowned guests and events with Creative Associates • Discuss and plan lighting needs and camera positions with in house and external directors and designers while honoring the live performance experience with minimal disruption of performers and audiences • Support a team that includes in-house or contracted video directors, audio and video engineers, and camera operators • Collaborate with and advise staff in video directing and camera techniques • Be available to advise on post-production as needed • Bring a creative mindset, a willingness to innovate and execute ambitious projects, some part of ongoing series with detailed advance planning, and some one-off projects with decision-making on the fly, all with equally professional results
Hey Broadcast Alums... anyone out there using Vmix and/or Studio 6 professionally? If so, can you PM me please?
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JOB OPENING WITH MSU ALUM DIGITAL CONTENT CREATOR Submit materials by June 1, 2020. Live audition September 9, 2020. THE UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD BAND is the Department of the Army’s premier touring musical representative. The Field Band has appeared in all fifty states and in more than thirty countries on four continents. The organization’s four performing components, the Concert Band, Soldiers’ Chorus, Jazz Ambassadors, and Six-String Soldiers, each travel more than 100 days annually. Tours include formal public concerts, school assemblies, educational outreach programs, festivals, and radio and television appearances. SALARY & BENEFITS ► $59,000 – $67,000 annually (Army rank of Staff Sergeant) 30 days paid vacation annually Medical and Dental care, plus medical care for immediate family members Post Exchange and Commissary privileges Educational benefits such as the G.I Bill and tuition assistance QUALIFICATIONS ► Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communication, Graphic Design, Interactive Design, or a related field preferred 3-5 years of motion graphic design experience related to broadcast, advertising, or social media Must be able to create original stand out materials beyond regular news graphics and templates Must have a deep understanding of design principles including composition, visual hierarchy, color and typography Advocate for great design through constructive critiques Detail oriented with high quality/accuracy and proofreading skills Proficiency with Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere and Adobe Photoshop Ability to produce, shoot, direct and edit cinematic mini documentaries and vignettes Ability to travel up to 100 days annually and have no limitations on travel outside of the United States Sound judgment, initiative, and the ability to work without supervision Familiarity with print, graphics and publishing a plus Ability to read music, play a musical instrument and follow a score is preferred Ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment Ability to meet Army height/weight standards and maintain a generally fit appearance Civilian applicants must be 17-34 years of age U.S. citizen or other qualified resident JOB DESCRIPTION ► Tour up to 100 days per year in the U.S. and abroad; Position requires a minimum 4-year enlistment — the candidate will be informed of acceptance prior to enlistment; Other duties as required in service to the organization. MOTION GRAPHIC DESIGN (50%) Use LED displays as a canvas to accent and support our musical product by managing, creating and implementing video content for display on IMAG screens during live performances Work with assigned producers while managing multiple shows and projects at the same time Create new templates and reusable design solutions for a range of digital deliverables across multiple social and digital channels Updating and enhancing existing design deliverables by working with established templates and existing documents DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER AND STORYTELLER (30%) Pitch creative video ideas and scripts Produce cinematic video products for IMAG that tell the Army story Work with small crews with limited resources Manage large multi-day/multi-location productions Post produce, audio mix and color correct Repurpose products for social media VIDEO ENGINEER (20%) Manage and maintain video displays Setup, teardown, and troubleshoot equipment on location Trigger content live using Resolume Arena and Playback Pro Interface daily with Technical Directors at host sites to link up video efforts to existing in-house infrastructure Oversee crews of two to five people Adapt content as needed to fit live broadcasts Ability to fill in various positions of live multicam broadcast APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS ► Submit the following by JUNE 1, 2020. Recent resumé with physical address, phone, and email in PDF format. Reel/Portfolio (Suggested Pieces to be Included): Motion graphic design portfolio. Please indicate your role on pieces selected. Short films/stand-alone videos you have shot, produced, and/or edited. Please indicate your role and video reach. Links to any social media pages or campaigns you currently manage or have managed in the past. Please indicate how much of the content you produced. Links to videos of live shows that include any IMAG content you have produced. Upload all files to a folder on Google Drive or DropBox. Share the folder in your application with [email protected]. NOTE: Please include all reel-portfolio links as a separate page in your resumé. Do not send any physical media such as DVDs or thumb drives. Applicants selected from the screening of reels/portfolios will be invited for a personal interview and audition. Travel expenses will be paid by the United States Army. Military personnel must be eligible for permanent change of station and must submit an “Intent to Release” memo from their unit Commander and a Soldier Records Brief or equivalent. Prior service personnel should consult with their local Army recruiter concerning eligibility.