Producer I

Producer  I

$32,922 - $40,681

Producers and directors oversee everything related to a production or live performance, including casting, scripting, editing, and budgeting. Directors are typically more responsible for the creative direction of projects, while producers are responsible for budgetary and financial decisions.

News Reporter I

News Reporter I

$29,043 - $36,005

Reporters and broadcast news analysts are responsible for researching, writing and delivering news stories for television and radio broadcasts. Live broadcasters must be comfortable working in front of cameras and creating stories on short notice.

Audio-Visual Technician I

Audio-Visual Technician I

$39,910 - $57,241

Audio-visual technicians operate, monitor and adjust video and audio equipment to maintain quality during live and taped performances and programs. Technicians must be able to quickly assemble and disassemble their equipment when working at performances or other time-sensitive events.

Film & Video Editor

Film & Video Editor

$45,179 - $68,725

Film and video editors receive video of live performances and edit the footage for presentation. Editors often work closely with film and television directors to create footage that tells a story and reflects the vision of the performance creators. Most editors will need technical know-how with video editing software, such as Adobe After Effects.

Broadcast Operations Coordinator

Broadcast Operations Coordinator

$47,259 - $65,222

Broadcast operations coordinators schedule broadcasts and arrange for hosts, guests, or technical equipment needed. You'll ensure programming follows station format and coordinates graphics, images, callers, commercials, or other on-air elements and coordinate the work of technical staff, including editors, videographers, and sound/lighting.