A good start to a career in television
Master Control Operator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 6, 2014
A typical day at Georgia Public Broadcasting begin when you first get there, I was a master control operator. When I first get there, I find out what shows that I am going to do, I check my show list and make sure that everything match, I make a backup list just in case my main list crash, I monitor my shows closely to make sure that we do not have black on the air, I make sure that I have a back up show for emergency, then I make sure that the main show dubbed for later dates and at the end of the day I set my show list up for the next operator. I always want to make sure that everything is good after I leave so that why I check my shows for my shift and ten hours after my shift. The management staff make you feel like you are part of the family and they help you reach that next level. The hardest part of my job is when someone calls in and you have to cover their shift but that comes with the territory. I have to say that the most enjoyable part about this job is your peers, I love working with my peers. Georgia Public Broadcasting was not big but at the same time it was not small it was good fit for beginning your career in television.
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