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Line Producer, Branded Video

About Us:

Valence Media is comprised of The Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group, Media Rights Capital, and Dick Clark Productions; Valence is also a minority investor in A24 and Fulwell73.  As a diversified media company, Valence Media has expertise in content creation, distribution, and monetization across premium television, wide-release film, specialty film, live entertainment, and digital media. Its core mission is to offer a unique environment to develop and attract great leaders through collaboration across platforms, professional development and learning, and a focus on building an industry-leading culture of inclusion, diversity, and safety.

Who we are:

The Hollywood Reporter (THR) is the premier destination and most widely-trusted resource for entertainment news, reviews, videos and analysis. Founded in 1930, THR offers exclusive coverage of film, television, and international news, plus extensive photo galleries and reporting of industry events and festivals such as the Oscars, Emmys, Sundance, Cannes and more. Our unparalleled content reaches the entire entertainment marketplace-allowing industry leaders, influencers and consumers to access the information they want whenever, wherever.

 

Billboard is the world's most influential music media brand reaching key executives and tastemakers in and around the music business through Billboard Magazine, Billboard.biz, Billboard Conferences, Billboard Bulletin, and other targeted newsletters, and millions of music fans through Billboard.com and Billboard Events. The Billboard brand is built on its exclusive charts and unrivaled reporting on the latest news, issues and trends across all genres of music. Billboard receives hundreds of millions of brand impressions daily through many strategic relationships with major companies across various industries.  These relationships leverage Billboard's brand recognition, proprietary chart data and information resources to develop products, live events and print, television, radio, digital and mobile platforms.  In addition to North America, Billboard operates businesses in Brazil, Greece, Japan, Korea and Russia.

 

We are looking for an experienced, NYC-based Line Producer of Branded Video to join our growing team. The branded content team creates relevant and exciting stories for the Billboard/THR audience and brings the companies’ industry-leading voice and distribution strategy to brand partners.

The ideal candidate is someone enthusiastic about music, television, movies and popular culture. He/she will produce and project manage a wide range of content including: behind-the-scenes documentaries, branded music videos, special event coverage and creative short films. The Line Producer will act as the video liaison between internal departments (branded, sales, edit, social, etc.), hired crews, vendors, talent teams, and company creative and business leads.


What You'll Do:

  • Lead and manage end-to-end production of assigned projects, delivering programs on schedule and within budget
  •  Maintain a global rolodex of skilled vendors, crew and creative filmmakers
  • Create and track production budgets and schedules across multiple campaigns
  • Track and process vendor invoices, COIs, and vendor agreements
  • Produce video that is conceived, shot and formatted specific to the needs of the web and mobile platforms
  • Efficiently manage and mentor other producers, editors and freelancers
  • Oversee management of raw footage, assets, media delivery and project archive
  • Help drive and elevate Billboard/THR’s filmmaking capabilities with a focus on emerging video platforms and formats
  • Assist the Branded Content Team in identifying new storytelling trends for the ideation and pitch process
  • Communicate clearly and professionally across departments and with managers about project budgets, schedules, approvals and deliverables
  • Frequent travel is required in this position. Must be comfortable producing on-site and in the field.

Your Experience & Skills:

  • 5+ years of experience creating and managing the production of premium digital video for large-scale audiences
  • Expert in production management and post-production supervision
  • Experience hiring and managing freelance crews
  • Experience working with A-List Talent
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and strategic skills
  • A track record of coming up with creative solutions for logistical challenges
  • Be supremely organized, proactive and positive at every stage of production
  • Abilty work unconventional hours, multi-task and facilitate quick turn-a-rounds
  • Ability to think strategically and efficiently across multiple concurrent campaigns
  • BA/BS required
  • All applications must include a link to an online producing reel or work samples

 

 

No Phone Calls. No agencies please.

Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted.

Valence Media is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, medical condition (including genetic characteristics), mental and/or physical disability or handicap, marital status, sex, age, veteran status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity, political party preference, political belief, socioeconomic status, familial status, registered domestic partner status, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions and any other characteristic or activity protected by federal, state or local law

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