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The Whitney Reynolds Show
601 W. Barry
DescriptionThe Whitney Reynolds Show is committed to having fun, inspiring millions and making a difference. After only a year airing as an online talk show, W3! was picked up by NBC Chicago to play on a weekly rotation Saturday and Sundays on their NBC Chicago Nonstop channel. The Whitney Reynolds Show was one of only two contributed shows (shows not produced by NBC) selected to air on the new channel. The new Whitney Reynolds Show is now shown on WTTW and WTTW Prime (Both PBS stations). Our goal is to go national within the next year.
We are looking for talented individuals that are willing to put in some hard work with the promise of learning more about video production, what it takes to produce a television show, and association with a television show broadcast on a nationally known station in a Top 5 market.
This opportunity is perfect for any students or recent graduates looking to gain real experience in the television industry. We are a fun, talented, and motivated group that has grown from an online talk show to now airing on a prime channel. We are actively looking for the following: Camera operators, Lighting, Audio, Editing, Business Management, Marketing and Promotion.
ResponsibilitiesWe are a cross functional team that thrives on the next challenge. Because of this, we would offer you a unique environment where you could contribute in many ways. We are actively looking for talented people that can fill the follow roles: Camera operators, Lighting, Audio, Editing, Business Management, Marketing and Promotion.
RequirementsA primary piece to be considered is ability to make weekend shoots and the intern would need to have their own HD camera and audio equipment.
We would like to find candidates that are eager to learn and contribute immediately. Our show is at a critical point and we need more folks on board as we make our push to go national. While we would not discourage you to apply with no previous experience, we feel that the best candidates would come with knowledge on studio set, equipment and workings of production.