WTIU, Indiana University
Broadcast Video Technician
Posted on:November 12, 2013
Broadcast Video technician for WTIU, Indiana University.
WTIU is the public television station licensed to Indiana University, operating out of the Radio and TV Center on the Bloomington, Indiana campus.
The station serves all or part of 29 counties in central Indiana, including the cities of Bloomington, Bedford, Columbus, and Terre Haute, and the communities of Martinsville, Linton, Bloomfield, Nashville, Spencer, and Seymour. Approximately 587,525 TV households are included in the viewing area, cable, satellite, broadband and over-the-air combined, reaching an estimated 1,492,313 viewers.
Over 100 Indiana University students, from IU’s Department of Telecommunications, School of Journalism, and many other disciplines, complement their academic training and develop marketable skills through real-world experience gained by working alongside the station’s staff.
WTIU’s broadcast schedule combines the full national schedule of PBS programs with additional locally-selected series and programs. This includes series like Antiques Roadshow, NOVA, PBS Newshour, Masterpiece and The American Experience.
This is a full-time support staff, overtime eligible position, applicants must apply online at http://jobs.iu.edu
Indiana University is an equal employment opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services.
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