Responsible for operating automated master control playlists, network operation, transmission, satellite and video streaming equipment. Submit cover letter and resume.
Performs scheduled switching operations for Nebraska Public Media Master Control and/or Network Operations Center as logged, using automated playlists and manual processes. Performs video server, videotape, and optical disc operations; records and plays programming for all of Nebraska Public Media’s multi-channel broadcast television, cable, Video-On-Demand, and streaming services. Uses remote control software to operate statewide Digital TV, FM and HD radio transmitters and translators. Performs on-going system measurements for Nebraska Public Media using waveform monitors, vector scopes, stream analyzers, and audio measurement devices. Monitor and control all auxiliary services, including but not limited to: Closed Captioning, Secondary Audio Programming, Audio Description, Nebraska Public Media Radio, and Radio Talking Book. Responsible for control of the statewide Emergency Alert System and AMBER alerts. Other duties include satellite uplinks and coordination with the Public Broadcasting Service on their Diverse, Disaster and Maintenance System.
Knowledge, skills and abilities
Knowledge of: broadcast operations; electronic test equipment; high definition, standard definition signals, and be computer literate; FCC and NPM policies, rules and regulations; operation of a variety of monitoring and test equipment as well as video servers; television automation playlists, videotape machines; broadcast switching operations; and internet streaming equipment. Knowledge of Internet Protocol networking desired.
Starting pay: $20. Salary commensurate with qualifications/education.
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