The Vegas Video Network, the first and only LIVE online broadcast network in Las Vegas, is ready to do some more growing. We develop and produce completely original daily and weekly live and on-demand programming that has a world-wide reach. All programming is broadcast live from our eleven-camera capable, all HD studios, just steps from the Las Vegas Strip. The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK is a YouTube Partner, available on iTunes, Livestream, Stitcher, Facebook, Twitter and Roku, and can be heard on AM 1400 KSHP.
We have found ourselves in the enviable position of needing more help in live streaming video studio. As a result, we’ve created an opening for a part-time, PAID, studio apprentice.
This is not a "go-get-me-some-coffee" type of gig.
We’re looking for a unique individual who wants to roll up their sleeves, work hard, and get deep into the inner workings of what is arguably the next step in broadcasting.
If you’ve ever wanted to get in on the ground floor of this exciting new way of reaching a world-wide audience, this may be the opportunity you’ve been looking for.
Sounds interesting? Cool. You’d be a great candidate if you are personable, enthusiastic, and willing to work crazy hours. You should be VERY comfortable around technology — you’ll be helping with. . .
- pre-production (cameras, lighting, sets, graphics, guest prepping),
- production (video, audio, cameras, live chat), and
- post-production (audio, video, graphics, software, computers, social media, online)
Naturally, you are a fast learner with an affinity for all things techy, so regardless of the work you’ll be asked to do, you’ll catch on quickly and get the job done. You should have a creative eye and mind, and should write well. As time goes on, you’ll be capable of doing everything from writing show notes to being a technical director for any of the VVN shows.
This position will require 16 to 20 hours a week of your time. There will be a mix of morning, afternoon and evening hours. And it may turn into a full-time position.
If you’re our (wo)man, let us know. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your resume, tell us a bit about your technical capabilities/experience, and let us know why you’d like to work in a dark studio that is usually occupied by two crazy individuals. If you’ve done any previous video work, we’d love to see that as well.
We look forward to hearing from you!