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June 18 2013


New MediaStorm Position: Motion Design Intern

For Fall 2013, our internship program will expand to include a new position in motion design. We are looking for a highly motivated motion designer to collaborate with our motion graphics and design team on projects for MediaStorm’s clients, workshops and publication. The ideal candidate will be able to assist in conceptualizing and executing stand-alone motion graphics, as well as graphics packages that integrate into multimedia projects.


The internship generally runs from September to December, but start dates are flexible. The Motion Design Intern will design and animate motion graphics as well as work with lead designers and producers to create production timelines.

Applications are due July 15, 2013.


The Motion Graphics Design Intern should have:

  • Advanced Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator skills
  • Strong typography skills
  • Ability to work independently and manage time efficiently
  • Working knowledge of Premiere Pro and Cinema 4D a huge plus

How to Apply

All applications must be submitted through our online application form. Applicants should be prepared to supply:

  • Links to pieces produced/collaborated on (please indicate role in each)
  • Available start/end dates
  • Hours/week available

Visit our Careers page for more information.

June 11 2013


MediaStorm Now Accepting Fall Internship Applications

We’re currently accepting applications for our Fall 2013 internship. If you’re motivated, highly organized, and passionate about multimedia, we’d love to hear from you. The internship generally runs from September to December, but start dates are flexible. We’re looking for applicants with experience in multimedia production, design, motion graphics, and/or web development. Internships are paid.

How to Apply

All applications must be submitted through our online application form. Applicants should be prepared to supply:

  • Links to pieces produced/collaborated on (please indicate role in each)
  • Available start/end dates
  • Hours/week available

Applications are due July 15, 2013.

Frequently Asked Questions

Trying to decide if you should apply? Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions we get from applicants.

What will I be doing as a Mediastorm intern?

This is a production internship. You will be working closely with the MediaStorm team to produce multimedia projects. This means full days in front of Premiere Pro, doing picture research, organizing images, transcribing, or doing whatever else needs to be done to complete a project. You will most likely not be gathering content or taking pictures as part of the internship.

We expect you to be proficient in an OSX operating environment and experience in Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro and Aperture will help immensely. Our interns don’t do anything we don’t do ourselves—if you’re a coffee drinker, we’d love for you to grab us a cup if you run out, but we’ll return the favor another day, we promise.

What skills do I need for a successful internship?

In general, applicants should have familiarity with the following (or comparable) skills:

  • Multimedia Producers: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, SoundTrack Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Aperture
  • Interactive Designers: Photoshop/Illustrator, HTML5/CSS/Javascript, Flash/AS3, After Effects, Motion
  • Developers: HTML5/CSS/Javascript (including jQuery and Backbone.js), PHP (including CodeIgniter)

What are the hours like?

We’re pretty flexible—a typical day is 10am-6pm, sometimes a little earlier, sometimes a little later. We work hard, but if you’re coming from out of town, you will have plenty of time to enjoy the city as well. Weekend work is rare (except during workshops).

Who will I be working with?

You’ll be working mostly with our producers, but depending on the internship, you may work with our interactive designers and developers. Either way, we’re a small team, so you’ll get to know the whole staff.

Who is this internship good for?

This is an advanced level internship. Applicants should feel comfortable in their skills as a photographer, producer, designer or developer and be looking for an opportunity to refine and advance those skills with an award-winning team.

Our interns must be self-motivated and proactive—we will work closely with you, but there will be times we’ll expect you to work on your own too.

When will I know if I’m chosen for the internship?

The application deadline for our Fall 2013 internship is July 15, 2013. We will be in touch with all qualified applicants by the end of August.

Ready to apply?

Applications are due July 15, 2013. All applications must be submitted through our online application form.

May 09 2013


UnionDocs Collaborative Studio Calls for Applicants

The UnionDocs Collaborative Studio (CoLAB) is now accepting applications for a 10-month program for a select group of media artists from the U.S. and abroad. Based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, CoLAB offers a platform for exploring contemporary approaches to the documentary arts and a process for developing an innovative collaborative project.

Program Description

The program consists of weekly production meetings, seminars, screenings and other public programs, along with regular masterclasses and critiques with visiting artists. Key benefits include:

  • Dynamic interaction among a network of talented peers
  • Direct exchange with visiting artists and industry experts
  • A structured environment for research and experimentation
  • Mentoring on the production of original work and regular group critique
  • Exhibition opportunities for the year’s collaborative project

Learn more at UnionDocs.


June 15. Apply online.

About CoLAB

CoLAB is a new and alternative fellowship model, offering residency and visa support for six participants coming from abroad and an equal number of spots for local, non-resident participants. It is designed to be affordable and, although participants are asked to make the CoLAB their primary creative focus, the schedule does accommodate full-time or freelance work. Rather than applying with a project proposal or rough cut, all participants are selected on the basis of previous work and enter the program at square one, open to discovery and fresh connections.

The CoLAB has presented original work at premiere venues such as MoMA’s Documentary Fortnight, TEDxBrooklyn, BAMcinemafest, the Harvard Film Archive, the Visible Evidence Conference, Camden International Film Festival, Hot Docs, and Direktorenhaus, Berlin, among other venues. Learn more at UnionDocs.

April 02 2013


Share Our Strength Hiring Impact Communications Manager/Producer

Share Our Strength is hiring a new Senior Manager and Producer of Impact Communications/Storytelling.

Job Description

TITLE: Senior Manager and Producer, Impact Communications
DEPARTMENT: Communications Department
REPORTS TO: Online Community Director
ORGANIZATION: Share Our Strength
DATE: January 2013

Position Summary

No child should grow up hungry in America but one in five children struggles with hunger. Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign is ending childhood hunger in this nation by connecting kids in need with nutritious food and teaching families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. The Manager and Producer, Impact Communications will collect, produce, and distribute relatable and effective content (written, photography and video) that demonstrates the No Kid Hungry campaign’s national and local importance and impact. This position will oversee content assets that bring the No Kid Hungry campaign to life in order to engage our stakeholders and audiences across the Share Our Strength network. Primary assets include but are not limited to No Kid Hungry impact messaging, statistics, ancedotes, short films/videos, and images. The Senior Manager and Producer will oversee an Associate, Content and Storytelling.

Duties and Responsibilities


  • Plan and execute impact content collection, production, and distribution, working with a cross-section of internal stakeholders
  • Identify new content opportunities and ways to repackage existing content
  • Manage and develop collection strategies including but not limited to interviews, research studies, focus groups, and online surveys
  • Produce and manage impact messaging that can be used throughout the year in a variety of mediums, including the website, in printed materials, in presentations and by partners
  • Oversee the creation and distribution of impact and storytelling content to the No Kid Hungry network. This includes identifying leads, developing stories, compiling all relevant content, and distributing a user-friendly form to the staff
  • Serve as the lead producer on all video and photo projects across the organization
  • Recruit and manage content vendors: film crews, editors, photographers, freelance writers, etc. as needed, effectively managing the budget for these projects


  • Develop “voices” from the Share Our Strength network – individuals who can reliably be counted on to provide content about the No Kid Hungry campaign’s importance and effectiveness. Identify potential media spokespeople
  • Field and respond to content requests and needs from a variety of departments and individuals
  • Train staff on how to collect, create, and effectively use content
  • Provide support to colleagues on the Digital Communications team regarding email strategy, website content, the blog, online distribution, and social media content


  • Maintain an internal content management system and regularly share impact updates
  • Enforce brand standards and content guidelines with assets, vendors and other departments in conjunction with the Design team
  • Manage the content budget and editorial schedule, as well as media rights and releases


  • Oversee the Content Development and Storytelling Associate


Maintains and develops extensive contact with Share Our Strength staff, network, and production vendors.

Location and Travel

This position is based in Washington, DC at the Share Our Strength headquarters office. Up to 20% of working time is allocated for travel.


  • Bachelor’s degree. Major in a related field is a plus
  • At least 5-7 years of experience in journalism, communications, digital media.
  • Expertise in the areas of marketing, media, storytelling, branding, and production. A strong understanding of journalism and production industry standards and experience managing the film production process
  • A high level of organization and project management experience
  • Strong leadership skills with problem solving abilities
  • A proactive and clear communicator
  • Strong writing skills with the ability to make complex information relatable to a variety of audiences. Creative writing skills and script experience are a plus
  • Ability to shoot and edit videos and proficiency in Final Cut Pro is a plus, as are photography skills
  • Existing relationships with photographers, filmmakers, and social influencers is a plus
  • Must be able to relate to a wide spectrum of individuals, from corporate CEOs to low-income beneficiaries of our programs
  • Passionate about the power of storytelling to inspire others to join the No Kid Hungry campaign

Content Samples

Please submit a minimum of two writing samples and (if possible) two media samples (infographics, short films, photography, etc.) Please do not submit more than 8 content samples. We recommend submitting various types of content if possible.

Learn more and apply at www.nokidhungry.org.

August 16 2012


Production and Social Media Internship at Talking Eyes Media

Production/Social Media Internship

Talking Eyes Media (TEM), a non-profit production company, seeks a Production/Social Media Intern for the 2012 Fall season (September – December). Talking Eyes Media is an award-winning organization that produces documentary films, multimedia, books, and exhibitions on various pressing social issues. TEM is currently in production for its latest project Bring it to the Table, a webisode series aimed at exploring the roots of American political beliefs and helping to depolarize the nation’s political dialogue. This internship provides a unique opportunity to work in an innovative and creative multimedia production company and gain experience in multimedia, social media, and communications.

This position requires a two to four day per week commitment in our New Jersey office. (Talking Eyes Media is based in Montclair, NJ, located a block away from a NJ Transit station and 35 minutes by train from New York Penn Station.) This position is unpaid but offers a daily travel stipend.


  • Assist producers and editors with various tasks, including (but not limited to) transcribing and organizing media content via Final Cut Pro
  • Maintain and optimize the Talking Eyes Media and Bring it to the Table Twitter and Pinterest accounts, Facebook pages, and blogs
  • Identify media outlets and find contact information for relevant reporters and editors at these outlets
  • Identify relevant articles and media about pressing political issues that would be of interest to our growing audience; reach out to potential new audience members
  • Research
  • Drafting newsletters

Desired Skills & Experience

  • A collaborative team player that can also work independently and as a self-starter
  • Ability to execute and multi-task
  • Attention to detail and highly organized
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • Passion for both multimedia/film and politics
  • Must have and regularly use a personal Facebook page and twitter
  • Familiarity & experience with Macs, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word
  • Working knowledge of Final Cut Pro (but also will consider candidates with a strong desire to learn)
  • Knowledge of and interest in American politics and current affairs; avid reader of a diversity of politically oriented publications

Application Process

Interested candidates, please send a Cover Letter and Resume addressed to Elissa Pellegrino (elissa@talkingeyesmedia.org) with “Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please. Include:

  • Links to pieces you’ve produced/collaborated on (indicating role)
  • Available start/end dates
  • Availability
  • Familiarity with Final Cut Pro and Adobe Photoshop


  • Daily stipend
  • School credit available

About Talking Eyes Media

Talking Eyes Media (TEM) was founded in 2002 by Julie Winokur and Ed Kashi as a 501(c)(3) public interest organization. Since its founding, Talking Eyes has been at the forefront of multimedia storytelling, generating award-winning work on topics ranging from the uninsured in America to oil exploitation in the Niger Delta, from finding permanent homes for foster children to the residual impact of Agent Orange.

Learn more at talkingeyesmedia.org.

April 23 2012


CNN Hiring Video Producer (Los Angelos)

CNN logoCNN is looking for a Digital Content Producer / Editor to join their Original Video team.

Qualifications: Four year college degree with course work/major emphasis on communications, TV/Web production, journalism or new media or mass media studies. Must have expert experience working with Canon DSLR video equipment. Minimum of 2 years video producing/editing experience at a major online publication/network or major market level TV facility or production facility including field production experience. Video shooting experience also mandatory. Must have solid news judgment and pkg writing or story writing experience. Expert experience working on Final Cut Pro. Strong working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and understanding of Adobe After Effects. Overall knowledge of digital production tools including FTP, conversion tools, and an understanding of multiple video formats/codecs. Individual must be a multi-tasking, multi-skilled producer/editor/shooter with extremely strong creative and visual storytelling skills. Must not be afraid to take risks. Must be a self-starter with strong project management skills and the ability to work independently with limited supervision. Must be able to balance multiple tasks and communicate effectively with outside resources as well as various internal personnel. Must be highly detail oriented with the ability to understand complex technical processes with the ability to adapt to new technologies. Must be able to accept guidance and constructive criticism during the editorial/technical production process. Must be open to travel with the ability to work a flexible work schedule Travel will be intermittent and will be based on news cycle and editorial requirements. Person must be able to lift, carry, and transport and operate technical production gear on a regular basis. A video production reel of the candidate’s work will be required. Vimeo link preferred.

Duties: The Digital Content producer/editor creates unique video content for CNN.Com’s various sections and various digital platforms with an emphasis on distinctive digital storytelling. Must have the ability to execute all aspects of digital video production including: conceptualization of story concepts and ideas, field production, video shooting and editing, writing and publishing. They will also be primarily responsible for the look, feel, and tone of the overall content. This includes shot composition, graphics and effects creation as well as working with music as called for within pieces. The producer will work closely on projects with other producers, writers, reporters, associate producers, editors, and graphic artists. The candidate must be able to plan and organize field shoots and act as field producer on various projects. Some travel both locally and long distance to execute all aspects of news production is required. Responsible for following new production techniques, tools, and trends and for mentoring and potentially training some of the junior production staff members and non-video personnel.

To apply: Please send resume, letter of application and digital portfolio to Nancy Donaldson, Senior Producer for Original Video: nancy.donaldson@turner.com

September 24 2010


Job Opening: Ford Foundation hiring Multimedia Producer

The Ford Foundation is hiring a Multimedia Producer, based in New York, NY. Details:

The Ford Foundation is a private philanthropic institution that serves as a resource for innovative people and institutions worldwide. Our goals are to: Strengthen democratic values; reduce poverty and injustice; promote international cooperation; advance human achievement. This has been our purpose for almost half a century.

The Multimedia Producer will play a key role developing multimedia content that furthers program goals and institutional objectives. The Multimedia Producer will be able to conceptualize and produce highly innovative pieces to support wed-based, environmental and presentation projects.

The Multimedia Producer will create content that will live on the website, will be shared with other social change-makers and organizations, and will be used during live programming and presentations.
• Develop concepts for short- and long-form multimedia pieces
• Use excellent visual storytelling skills to produce pieces integrating a wide range of media
• Work with program staff to learn about foundation initiatives
• Generate scripts, storyboards, and schematics based on initiatives
• Manage each multimedia project from start to finish
• Find, select and assign work to the appropriate vendors, including videographers, animators, graphic designers, map makers and orders when needed for implementation
• Plan shoots when necessary, including scouting locations, reserving equipment, hiring crew, making logistical and transportation arrangements
• Develop scopes of work
• Establish schedules
• Create/manage budgets
• Assure each phase of projects gets appropriate approvals
• Confidently articulate ideas to groups, large or small
• Capture and archive raw and finished assets and media
• Stay abreast of rich media techniques, emerging technologies and latest web trends
• Provide strong knowledge of web design/usability principles

• 3-5 yrs experience as a multimedia producer
• Excellent conceptual and visual storytelling skills
• Ability to create and script compelling narratives
• Excellent visual sense, project management skills, high energy, interpersonal skills, team work, and the ability to juggle multiple projects at once
• Ability to quickly grasp complicated subjects, troubleshoot ahead of time and an unwavering attention to detail are essential
• Demonstrate senior-level knowledge of a broad range of design, code and presentation tools including but not limited to Adobe Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop; HTML, CSS, XML, Javascript, Action Script 3; Premiere After Effects, PaperVision.
• BA/BS or equivalent combination of experience and education

• Understand social justice
• Video and sound editing
• Creating and integrating graphics, animation, sound effects and music
• International experience

Grade: 129- Exempt

Salary: is based on experience and on the Foundation’s commitment to internal equity. A generous benefits package is provided.

To apply for employment, please visit www.fordfoundation.org/employment to submit your cover letter, resume including salary information, and links to your website or reel.

Excellent benefits include Foundation-paid comprehensive medical and dental insurance, retirement plan, generous vacation, and tuition reimbursement.

Equal employment opportunity and having a diverse staff are fundamental principles at The Ford Foundation, where employment and promotional opportunities are based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation/affectional preference, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established under law.

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