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The Kiya Amajioyi Company
Wayne & Power Street
Posted: June 13 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 10 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionThe Kiya Amajioyi Company primarily provides video production to The Kiya Amajioyi Show. The Kiya Amajioyi Show is a television show that airs on WMDT TV 47 ABC in Salisbury, Maryland, and the station broadcasts the show to Delaware, Maryland & Virginia.
The intern position for videographer entails that the videographer records moving images and sound on tape, disk, other electro-mechanical device, or broadcasting live. On a set, the videographer is usually responsible for the camera, sound, and lighting. For a typical field production, videographers usually work underneath a producer.
ResponsibilitiesVideographers will record video in the studio and on the field.
The episodes air weekly, so timing is important in regards to capturing great video and audio for each episode.
Episodes are taped in advanced.
RequirementsPeople who have a strong interest in television production and the business that goes along with it should contact us to find out how they can take The Kiya Amajioyi Show (airs on WMDT TV 47 ABC) to the next level.
Only people who are serious in increasing their knowledge as well as using their skills to help this show should contact us.
Camera operation and video production is preferred.
Communication majors preferred, but people who have a will to teach and learn are welcomed.