Current Position Title: Broadcast Engineer
Personal e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Work e-mail: email@example.com
Current Position Description: Supports the operation of NY1’s 24/7 News Production Facility in Chelsea, Manhattan. Designs and builds new projects, supports daily news production, maintains equipment, and assists in specialty and remote field productions.
Past Position Titles, Time worked, and Descriptions:
Freelance Engineering Support at MLB Network 2011-2013
Supported special projects in the Engineering department and provided daily support for MLBN’s Ballpark Camera system. Occasionally assisted in remote events such as the 2013 MLB All Star Game in Queens, NYC and some MLBN broadcasts of games at Yankee Stadium.
General Manager at WTOP-10 TV 2011-2013
Lead the executive board of SUNY Oswego’s 24/7 student-run television station and responsible for overall station operations. Implemented new management hierarchy that allowed WTOP to function smoother and take on more shows, sports coverage, and college projects.
Chief Engineer at WTOP-10 TV 2009-2011
Maintained the $1.3 million studio space in the Marano Center, trained station members, and rented out video equipment for news and shows.
Degree Institution Major/Concentrate Year
BA SUNY Oswego Broadcasting – Mass Comm 2013
Honors and Awards:
Dean’s List: 2009, 2010, 2012
Campus involvements when you were a student at SUNY Oswego:
What advice would you give students preparing to graduate?
Take on as much responsibility as you can while still in school, you will be able to showcase this on your resume, showing future employers that you can be trusted with getting things done. Additionally, internships in the Communication field are extremely important. Most job positions aren’t ever posted online and are filled by word of mouth. You need to not only meet people in the industry, but have people currently in the industry be able to speak to your professional abilities.