Broadcasting Playout Editor

Job Ref: EC115

Job Title: Broadcasting Playout Editor

Reports to: Head of Broadcasting

About Eman Channel: Eman Channel aims to produce high-quality programs; in terms of both production value and Islamic principles; available freely on satellite television, mobile app and online. Eman Channel is a real alternative Islamic channel for Muslims.

Established over 7 years ago, based in London, Eman Channel broadcasts Islamic-centric programmes on Sky 757, Online via our website and various social media platforms.

The field of Islamic Media requires a boost to help engage all members of the Muslim community. We believe that Muslim families should be able to sit together and enjoy entertaining and informative programs, and our channel intends to bring about this positive change. Whilst our programs will provide suitable entertainment for all ages, our Islamic values will always be considered as well as the tolerant and respectful values of the country that host our channel. Viewers are able to enjoy a large variety of unique and inspiring programs, from educational lectures to cookery and comedy shows.

Job Summary:

You will manage broadcast playouts, review TX-ready program files, create and manage playlists from the Schedule Plan, and update breaks and CGs.

Remuneration: Range from £11.44 to £15 per hour – Dependant on experience

Type: Part-time – 16 hours per week, rota shift basis

Base Location: East London (and remote as and when feasible)

Responsibilities:

  • Operate on-air playout systems to prepare playlist.
  • Review TX-ready program files.
  • Create and manage playlists from the Schedule Plan.
  • Update breaks and CGs in playlists.
  • Adhaan timing schedule.
  • Liaise with other departments regarding planning.
  • Some out-of-hours support if required.
  • Ensure accurate and timely airing of programs.

 Requirements:

  • Experience in TV broadcasting or related industry preferred.
  • IT, scheduling systems, playlist management, and EPG creation skills.
  • Attention to detail and organisational skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure.

 Preferred:

  • Familiarity with the TV advertising and sponsorship industry.
  • Experience in a Media company.