Job Alert: Multimedia Producer with Vignette Creative

Vignette Creative is looking to fill the position of Multimedia Editor / Producer. The job is based on Bainbridge Island, Washington (a 30 minute ferry from downtown Seattle) but may involve periods of intensive travel. The company is looking for a multidisciplinary soul who is a team player and ready to contribute.


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New Media Advocacy Project Hiring Producer

The New Media Advocacy Project (N-Map) is looking for an experienced staff producer to join their team in New York City. Staff Producer Start Date: Spring/Summer 2013 Location: New York City Salary: Competitive non-profit salary commensurate with experience, plus benefits New Media Advocacy Project Description The New Media Advocacy Project (N-Map) is a non-profit organization that combats human rights violations by using digital video and other media to strengthen social justice advocacy in courts, legislatures, and communities. N-Map’s lawyers, advocates, and media professionals help human rights organizations integrate this new technology directly into their strategies, enabling them to win their cases and achieve their clients’ goals more effectively and efficiently. We work on behalf of courageous clients in areas such as unlawful detention, gender-based violence, forced evictions, prison conditions, race discrimination, criminal justice, and more. We develop high quality, tactically sophisticated media advocacy projects that can be used in the courtroom, in…

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Center for Investigative Reporting Hiring Producer

The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) is hiring a producer. The position is located in Berkeley, CA. Applications are due by November 30, 2012. Details below. About CIR The Center for Investigative Reporting is the nation’s oldest nonprofit investigative reporting organization. We arm the public with thoroughly reported stories that offer deep explanations of complex issues - and cover those stories locally, nationally and internationally. Our highly-skilled reporters know how to cultivate sources and find hidden information; engineers and analysts create sophisticated news apps, interactive maps and tools to help the public understand issues from the macro to the micro level; and our radio, video and multimedia producers create engaging documentaries, videos and animated features to demystify complex topics. CIR delivers this information across hundreds of outlets and engages readers, listeners, viewers, and those most impacted by our reporting. Long Form Producer The Center for Investigative Reporting is seeking a Producer who…

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MediaStorm Hiring Multimedia Producer/Cinematographer

MediaStorm is looking for a passionate and motivated multimedia producer/cinematographer to create compelling multimedia pieces for our publication, workshops and clients. The ideal candidate will have experience producing in both linear and interactive storytelling formats. Strong narrative writing skills as well as audio, video, and picture editing experience is required. Description MediaStorm multimedia producers/cinematographer will: Produce cutting-edge multimedia piecesWork with and guide photographers, filmmakers, audio reporters, and musiciansWrite scripts and introductions for voice-over narrationEvaluate multimedia submissions for possible publicationConceive innovative storytelling approaches to further MediaStorm's storytelling missionWork with interactive designers and project managers to establish production timelinesParticipate in client meetings and work with content sources to fulfill our client's production needsWrite blog postsTeach multimedia storytelling and lead original reporting efforts at our

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Jennifer Redfearn joins MediaStorm

We are excited to welcome multimedia producer Jennifer Redfearn to the MediaStorm team. Jennifer is a director, producer, and writer. She has worked on programming for WGBH, WNET, the Discovery Networks, and independent productions. Most recently, she directed and produced Sun Come Up, an independent documentary about environmental refugees. It premiered at the Full Frame festival and is currently making its way around the U.S. and international festival circuit. Prior to this, she co-produced a science special - the final installment of an Emmy-nominated 20-year project for WGBH/NOVA, and she produced a medical series for Discovery. She holds a Bachelor's degree in environmental studies from Wellesley College and a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University. Her projects have been supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Chicken and Egg Pictures, NYSCA, and the Friends of Horticulture.

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