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Video Production SpecialistBookmark This
121-125 Chestnut Street
Posted: November 29 2016
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Media production specialists produce items such as commercials, films, short documentaries, audio messages and videos in various TV and Internet formats. This career may involve working with others to select a video topic, script writing, set building and casting in addition to coordinating studio time and other scheduling concerns. Media production specialists might choose titles, music, animation and narration; edit and arrange video; and develop program material. They may need expertise with computer software editing programs and video equipment such as cameras, microphones and lighting. Software to master may include Final Cut Pro, AVID, After Effects and Photoshop.
Digital and online media jobs have become more prevalent in recent years as Internet and Web-based media work has increased. Media production specialists should follow developments in the media production industry and may be called upon to make recommendations for purchasing new equipment.
Responsibilities*Excellent ability to communicate complex ideas and proposals effectively so others will understand to include preparation of reports, agendas, and policies.
* Excellent ability to listen and understand information and ideas presented verbally or in writing
*Ability to set up operate and maintain video production and editing equipment
May do some work virtually on an as needed basis*
Entry-level positions for audio-visual production specialists oftentimes only require a high school diploma. Experience with audio-visual equipment during high school or with an audio-visual club is beneficial. After gaining experience and skills in an entry-level position, a person may be able to transfer to a more senior, better paying position. Working as an assistant to an audio-visual production specialist is a good way to gain necessary experience.
Comprehensive knowledge of modern methods, concepts, practices, and principles related to video production, television broadcast equipment
Modern videography including High Definition (HD) cameras, market digital editing software, and live production switcher
Comprehensive knowledge of researching, organizing, planning, coordinating, managing and directing video production projects
*Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associates Degree or higher.