Who We Are: 

Welcome to Whistle. We are progressive and bold. We show and tell. We live to entertain, engage, and empower:

  • Whistle is Entertainment. Entertainment meticulously crafted for today’s generation by embracing their passion points and appealing to their action-oriented mindset.  
  • We expertly blend our proprietary insights, diverse creator community, production chops and deep analytics to create and curate “breakthrough” content—originals and branded—for distribution via our channels and a carefully vetted roster of strategic partners.
  • Whistle’s programming is relatable, fun and inclusive, constantly evolving to reflect the tastes of this generation.

Who You Are:

  • You have a comprehensive knowledge of post-production workflow, and a keen understanding of Whistle Sports' mission and content
  • You have experience working with centralized video server and can confidently manage its functionality across editors
  • You have in depth technical experience in Adobe Suite Workflows and Systems
  • You are a curious, organized, and highly creative self-starter who works well with other teams 
  • You have a love of troubleshooting

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Video team in developing a post-production strategy, streamlining workflows and asset organization for media
  • Create and maintain post-production guide unique to Whistle  
  • Manage post production schedules and freelance post production hires
  • Train and support other editors and freelancers on Whistle post system practices
  • Research and develop future post-production and archival solutions
  • Document post-production processes and procedures
  • Identify and troubleshoot technology related bottlenecks and partner in assisting to deliver tech projects to support the core editorial/production teams.
  • Manage priorities and workload effectively to meet all schedules and deadlines
  • Report appropriate music usage to APM and Epidemic 
  • Manage a b-roll library
  • Maintain Scheduling with Producers, Editors and Designers 
  • Report to the Head of Post Production

Qualifications:

  • 4+ years experience in developing and producing Web Video content across multiple platform and formats
  • Proficient with Premiere Pro, Adobe Creative Cloud, After Effects, Pluraleyes, 
  • Expert in digital production workflow, tools, and technologies
  • Working knowledge of file-sharing services (ie Dropbox, Google drive, Frame.io, Signiant, Aspera) a must
  • Knowledge of Adobe Suite ( Specifically Premiere, Encoder, Prelude, Photoshop and After Effects)
  • Familiar with ingesting, transcoding and media management software
  • Understanding of all post workflows and video codecs
  • Familiar with OTT, AVOD and SVOD workflows.
  • Experience with third-party platforms and Online Video Platforms (OVP) such as Accedo, Zype, Wurl, JW Player, and other video platforms
  • Must have: Media Management  and Expert Organizational skills
  • Experience adhering to editorial guidelines and best practices
  • Experience with Video Servers, MAM and DAM (or DIT) systems  
  • Understanding of Live stream workflow and Live Production
  • Experience managing 4k workflow systems, Linux, and managing video servers a plus.
  • Impeccable work ethic with strong creative, organizational and collaboration skills
  • Highly skilled in managing multiple projects and priorities
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
  • Can work independently and within a team
  • Proven ability to deliver programs to YouTube, Facebook, Go90 and other OTT platforms

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