The Wall Street Journal is looking for an associate producer to join its podcasting team. You will work with audio producers and hosts, reporters and editors across the Journal’s global newsroom, as well as video colleagues, to help develop and produce daily news briefs and subject-specific podcasts. You will work across shows and formats, as needed. Top candidates for this position will have a professional background in audio journalism, excellent organizational and research skills, and experience producing in the studio and the field.
Research topics of interest to The Wall Street Journal’s audience
Source timely news and archival audio
Record remote, studio and field interviews
Edit clips and briefs
Book interview guests, as well as plan and execute remote interviews
Collaborate with news reporters and editors to share their reporting in audio form
Coordinate podcast appearances by reporters and editors in New York, Hong Kong, London and other international offices
Fact-check and ensure that all journalistic and legal standards are followed
Be able to work late hours and weekends as news developments may warrant
Work to improve social media presence of daily podcasts
Work closely with editors to ensure daily podcasts are embedded in articles
Complete additional duties as assigned
At least one year of experience working in a daily news environment, preferably at a top-tier news organization
The ability to convey news and tell business and markets stories in creative ways
A track record of producing quality audio content efficiently under tight deadline constraints
Knowledge of current events, U.S. and world politics and economics, as well as a nose for news
A professional-level understanding of Adobe Audition and Pro Tools software
The ability to communicate clearly with exceptional written and collaboration skills
You will be based in New York City and report to Kateri Jochum, Executive Producer, Audio. While you will likely start the job working from home, you will eventually be based in our New York office.
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Business Area: NEWS/WSJ
Job Category: News/Editorial Group
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Req ID: 22518