Video Editor - BBC Africa - Dakar, Senegal
The Video Editors, BBC Senegal, work in support of African Languages TV and digital video output in the bureau. They work with editorial teams and alongside Directors, Technical Production Manager and TV gallery crews, to produce live and recorded TV news programmes and digital video, and other nonnews material.
The Video Editors will work with the African language TV teams, stakeholders in the Senegalbureau, the TVU in London and other teams as required, to include teams to assemble video and associated sound input from all sources to WS TV, video and digital outlets.
You will be expected to work flexibly as required.
This is a fantastic opportunity for Video Editors to join the BBC Africa team in Dakar. Fundamental responsibilities will include editing pictures and sound to support multilingual, multimedia and multiplatform reports in BBC Language TV and video output andcreatingand developing visual effects treatments to enhance the telling of a story.
The Ideal Candidate
You will have a thorough understanding of live television production techniques is necessary as is the ability to work effectively with production teams and understand their requirements, operational and production.
An understanding of the requirements of TV and online video output and how it fits within the editorial proposition and strategy of BBC World Service and BBC News.
In addition to this, you will have knowledge of transmission procedures and talkback techniques, experience in recording and transmitting pictures and sound in all broadcast formats.
Grade: Local terms and conditions
Location: Dakar, Senegal
Please note that the successful candidate must have the right to work in Senegal
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