Hearst Magazines Producer / Editor, Hearst Magazines Digital Media/Cosmopolitan Video in New York, New York

Cosmopolitan.com is seeking a producer editor to join its in-house video team. This person will be responsible for filming and editing original video content from beauty to food to fitness to comedy. They must be proficient with shooting and lighting techniques, be an expert visual storyteller, and have an eye for cutting-edge video ideas. Experience in motion GFX and design is a plus.


• Shoot and edit original videos on tight deadlines

• Work closely with the Cosmoplitan.com video team and social editors to ensure videos are highly shareable and line up with Facebook goals

• Color correction as needed

• Operate necessary camera and lighting equipment solo

• Ability to integrate animated elements and type into videos

• Basic audio editing, music selection and sound effects


• College degree or appropriate field experience

• 5+ years experience in professional digital video production or related field

• Advanced shooting and lighting techniques

• Strong sense of lighting and shot composition

• Strong understanding of color profile management for video

• Proficiency with Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Photoshop and other Creative Suite products

• Knowledge of compression standards across multiple platforms

• Obsessive knowledge of the digital video landscape and keen understanding of the competition

• Must be able to manage feedback from multiple parties and deal with curve balls

• Ability to manage multiple projects while meeting tight deadlines

• Must be able to work flexible hours as needed

• Experience in motions GFX and After Effects a huge plus

• Must understand the Cosmopolitan.com brand and aesthetic

Hearst Magazines is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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