As a podcast editor, your main responsibility is to edit the raw footage of podcast recordings into 30-45 minute episodes. This includes reviewing and selecting the best audio and video clips, removing unwanted background noise and interruptions, and applying sound effects and music to enhance the listening experience.
Prior audio and video editing experience is encouraged, but an onboarding session will be provided to help you get up to speed with the tools and techniques used in podcast editing. Applicants should have strong organizational skills and a willingness to learn new skills quickly.
Key responsibilities include:
Audio and Video Editing: Editing raw podcast footage to create polished, professional-sounding episodes that engage and entertain listeners. Creating snippets and trailers from the edited footage to put on social media.
Sound Design: Applying sound effects and music to enhance the listening experience and create a cohesive audio brand for the podcast.
Quality Control: Reviewing and revising episodes as needed to ensure high-quality audio and video.
Communication: Collaborating with the podcast hosts and producers to ensure that the final product aligns with the podcast's vision and goals.
Organization: Managing and organizing the podcast files and media assets to ensure that they are easily accessible and properly archived.
Efficiency: Working efficiently to deliver high-quality episodes on a regular schedule.
Overall, as a podcast editor, you play an important role in creating engaging and entertaining podcast episodes that attract and retain listeners. Your attention to detail, technical skills, and ability to work collaboratively with others will help ensure the success of the podcast.
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