• Broadcast Traffic Trainee

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(26/07/2018 18:18)
    Job ID
    2017-1455
    # of Openings
    1
    Job Location(s)
    US-New York, NY
    Category
    Broadcast
    Post End Date
    26/08/2018
  • Overview

    The Broadcast Traffic Trainee is responsible for scheduling and distributing commercial materials to networks, stations, and other media outlets for on-air play. Responsibilities include helping with cost estimates of shipping and network changes, ensuring materials are delivered on time, understanding the impact of creative changes to media schedules, managing inventory and billing.

    Responsibilities

    • Act as liaison between stations, clients, and post production to ensure all parties are aware of station requirements, both local and global, to facilitate compliance and avoid delays in media scheduling
    • In conjunction with other members of the traffic and business affairs team, provide counsel and guidance to clients and post-production teams regarding network clearance compliance and anticipated challenges
    • Generate traffic estimates and manage dub and shipping budgets for clients
    • Manage trafficking and approval of all production and billing, utilizing Fido, for the purpose of tracking commercial spots
    • Coordinate spot master delivery and manage commercial logs
    • Investigate all trafficking errors
    • Maintain updated station contacts database with contacts, deadlines, material and format requirements
    • Anticipate and troubleshoot clearance issues

    Qualifications

    • Up to 1 year of project management/coordination experience (including internships)
    • Related college degree
    • Genuine interest in broadcast production
    • Excellent communications and organizational skills
    • Proficient MS Office skills including Excel
    • Must be able to work in a fast-paced, fluid environment
    • Must be able to work well independently

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