Multimedia Producer (WFIU Arts Producer/Host)

Location

Bloomington

Organization

WFIU/WTIU

JOB SUMMARY
  • Creates a variety of content for multiple media platforms, including radio, television, podcast, and online productions, that aligns with marketing goals and meets production standards and deadlines.
  • Oversees the entire content production cycle: studies topics of content focus, selects relevant literature and performers, conducts interviews, writes scripts, and produces segments.
  • Hosts live and produced on-air and online programming for regular and scheduled programs, ad hoc programs, and on-air and online fund drives.
  • Consults with staff on content development and multi-platform production and delivery.
  • Monitors and reports on digital industry trends to advance audience-building strategies.
  • May manage social media content and activity; may offer guidance to temporary staff.

Specific department responsibilities:

  • Creates arts-related audio and print content for multiple media platforms, primarily radio, web, podcast, and social, that meets production standards and deadlines.
  • Manages the creation of arts-based content, which may include interviews with authors, musicians, scholars, and others in arts and culture-related fields, as well as overseeing the production of arts-related stories from other producers.
QUALIFICATIONS

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in broadcast media, journalism, liberal arts, music, or a related field is required.

Work Experience

  • Some experience in a related field is required.
  • Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.

Skills

Required

  • Proficient communication skills
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism
  • Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills
  • Demonstrates a high commitment to quality
  • Possesses flexibility to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment
  • Seeks to acquire knowledge in area of specialty

Preferred

  • Demonstrates intellectual curiosity and knowledge about a variety of arts and culture topics
WORKING CONDITIONS/DEMANDS

This role requires the ability to effectively communicate and to operate a computer and other standard office productivity equipment. The position involves sedentary work as well as periods of time moving around an office environment and the campus. The person in this role must be able to perform the essential functions with or without an accommodation.

WORK LOCATION

Bloomington, Indiana

JOB CLASSIFICATION

Job ID: 295044

Career Level: Core

FLSA: Exempt

Job Function: Marketing & Communications

Job Family: Broadcasting & Production

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