NBC Sports Group Technical Apprenticeship Program Open for Applications
The goal is to supply technical talent in broadcast, engineering IT, broadcast origination, postproduction
The NBC Sports Group is accepting applications for an 18-month apprenticeship program designed for recent broadcast/technology college graduates who have a desire to learn and work on live television. The primary purpose of the program is to build a pipeline of entry-level technical talent who are passionate about broadcast and technology in four areas: traditional broadcast, engineering IT, broadcast origination, and postproduction.
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Each area offers a different learning opportunity. The Traditional Broadcasting Rotation, for example, will provide experience in studios, video-/audio-control rooms, and the core. Engineering IT, meanwhile, enables learning on router/switcher setup, multicast and convergence, and more. The Broadcast Origination Rotation, meanwhile, will allow applicants to work in the BOC and transmission area and assist in hardware and software deployment and changes. The Post Operations and Digital Workflows Rotation will provide experience with various postproduction applications, including Avid and Adobe, and media-asset management and MAM processes.
Basic qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in technology, broadcast television, studio production, audio, film, or a related field and at least six months’ hands-on experience in live-broadcast technology or film production. Interested candidates must submit a résumé/CV through www.nbcunicareers.com to be considered; they must also be 18 years or older and willing to work in Stamford, CT.