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To provide comprehensive support for all aspects of programme production, including research, studio operation, some local Radio presentation and administrative and secretarial duties consistent with experience.
1. To contribute programme ideas and to carry out research, under supervision, in support of broadcast journalists.
2. To build and maintain contact lists and databases; to research and compile source data into briefs for journalists or presenters.
3. To find contributors for items on programmes; to persuade contributors to go on air; to undertake straightforward recorded interviews.
4. To undertake some limited radio presentations e.g. traffic and travel; What`s on guides.
5. To be responsible for the simple operation of a variety of analogue and digital Radio and TV equipment operation, tape editing, taking circuits, use of continuity cameras etc.
6. To provide TV gallery support e.g. autoscript, timings
Skills, Knowledge and Experience
Broadcast Assistant Job Description
1. A broadly based general knowledge with a developed interest in news and current affairs.
2. Knowledge of TV and Radio Production techniques and of operational and administrative systems.
3. Familiarity with technical equipment used in Radio/TV production and capacity for straightforward operation.
4. Ability to work co-operatively as part of a small team.
5. A developed interest in broadcast media and, for those appearing on air, a good microphone voice.
6. Keyboard skills.
Knowledge and Skills
Applicants should have media and IT skills to a high level with practical experience in video and audio.
Good writing skills.
Free job description Broadcast Assistant
7. To drive and operate the Radio car, either assisting another person to broadcast or, on occasion, broadcasting themselves.
8. To provide production assistance on location for live and recorded events.
9. To undertake a range of programme or newsroom administration, including booking and co-ordinating production facilities; logging music output and trails; preparing programme scripts and running orders; dealing with correspondence.
10. To assist with the compilation, maintenance and recording of programme expenditure, identifying areas of potential overspend.