Town Meeting TV Summer 2021 Paid Production Intern

April 28, 2021

Town Meeting TV Summer 2021 Paid Production Intern

Parttime Paid Production Intern

8-12 hours/week - flexible timing

Temporary non-exempt

15$/hour

Reports to the Channel Director
Start Date: June 21, 2021

End Date: On or before August 27, 2021

Contact: Meghan O’Rourke, morourke [at] cctv [dot] org (morourke [at] cctv [dot] org) 802-862-3966

To apply, send a short letter of interest by email before May 12, 2021 (Deadline extended to May 21, 2021)
 

The Town Meeting TV production intern will work on community media projects at the request of Town Meeting TV’s production coordinator in partnership with identified community partners. You will produce short community based videos throughout the summer, recording, interviewing, and editing  short community based stories. A general expectation will be the creation of 4-10 videos over the course of the summer in collaboration with identified community partners. These stories will focus on local community politics, oral history, and/or social justice.
 

You will need to communicate effectively with your supervisor and follow up on contacts you are given to elicit and create video stories. You may need to research and develop questions. You may need to act as interviewer and videographer simultaneously. You will need the ability to work independently. You may be required to use your own computer and internet to download, edit and upload content for post-production and distribution. Camera and audio gear can be provided by Town Meeting TV.
 

Core competencies required: Clear communication, ability to work independently, technical adeptness, ability to troubleshoot and solve problems creatively, community based curiosity, flexibility.

Some proficiency with camera and audio use in the field, adobe premiere editing skills or an equivalent, and access to a computer and internet are highly suggested. This internship may require travel around Chittenden county.

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