PBS NewsHour has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Senior Video Editor who will be responsible for planning, organizing and executing daily news planning in video format for the PBS NewsHour. The Digital Senior Video Editor will lead a team of video producers creating quick-turn around and day-of news video, live streaming news events, and completing longer-term produced video projects. The Senior Editor will work closely with senior digital and editorial newsroom leadership to create online content that maintains highest journalistic integrity and grows the reach and the following for the PBS NewsHour. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum four (4) years’ of video news reporting and production, including online content, preferably for a national news outlet with two (2) years of experience in a supervisory role or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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