June 7, 2010 11:01

Calling video and filmmakers - want to work for NME?

We're looking for someone to work with us over the summer on NME.COM video

Calling video and filmmakers - want to work for NME?
NME is looking for a talented freelance video assistant to work on its award-winning website NME.COM.

This role is an opportunity for a freelancer to join the editorial team over this summer and work on video content including interviews, festival reports, documentaries and photoshoot footage.

Expert knowledge of filming and editing is a must and applicants should be able to:

-Shoot and edit prolific video content

-Help develop NME Video and grow it into the best source of online music editorial video content

-Develop new regular feature ideas

-Work with NME staff to grow journalists’ proficiency in video creation and editing

-Have expert technical knowledge of using video equipment and editing packages


This is an entry-level freelance role that would best suit a student, recent graduate or someone keen to get into the media industry.

To apply please email inbox@NME.COM with a CV, plus a covering letter explaining why you would be ideal for the role. Please also supply links to examples of your work/edits, but do not attach any video files.

The closing date for applications is next Monday (June 14).

NME.COM is the UK and Europe’s biggest and most visited music editorial site, used by over 4.3 million music fans every month.


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