We’re looking for an exceptional podcast producer and it could be you!
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a talented individual to work at
one of UK’s biggest and most respected media and entertainment businesses.
Based in London’s Leicester square, Global Media and Entertainment’s portfolio includes brands such as Capital FM, Radio
X, Classic FM, Heart, LBC, Smooth, Gold, Popbuzz, We The Unicorns and over 20
festivals including Festival No.6, Field Day and Snowbombing.
This is a new role working within the Podcast team as a podcast
producer. Within the team you will be
responsible for developing new podcast ideas with top-level talent, shaping the
vision and execution of each project. You will write scripts, oversee recording
sessions, produce talent and will be able to assemble, edit, mix and master
audio for both non-fiction and narrative projects. You could be called on to
assist with recording sessions both in-studio and in-the-field and to sound
design podcasts with special attention to storytelling and emotional journey.
The ideal candidate will have an understanding and passion for
entertainment content around subjects ranging from celebrity news, to feminism,
culture, parenting, relationships, comedy and culture.
This is a long-term
six month contract with potential for extension beyond. We are looking for
someone truly passionate about audio and storytelling. Someone who is familiar
with trends in podcasting and digital media, a sense of fun and a willingness
Please note that
you must be able to work on location in our London offices.
Good ear for what sounds great for different
purposes, especially how dialogue interacts with music.
Proficient in Pro Tools or Audition
Ability to visualise ideas – taking an idea from
conception through development to final product
Great script-writing skills and ability to come
up with cut-through ideas
Confidence working with world class talent in and
out of the studio environment
Ability to bring out the very best in the talent
You’ll have a strong understanding of how to
reach and engage a broad audience
On-location skills – mic-ing interviewees, able
to use a boom mic, knowledge of location and studio audio
Sound design – create worlds with sound effects
and judicious use of audio
Hi. I’m currently looking to put together a crack team of SEO specialists to help with optimising our websites at Global. These specialists could have either worked previously as part of an SEO team advising editorial teams OR are journalists with proven examples of optimisation and Google wins. The focus here is very much on content optimisation, as technical optimisation is already covered. If you’re interested in working across a variety of brands for a publisher that creates amazing content every day – please get in contact via email@example.com with CV and examples of your work. The duration of contract would be between 3-6 months minimum starting late July and working from our London office in Leicester Square. Thanks all.
Tasks and responsibilities
Working with Senior SEO Content Editor: act as a daily go-to person for journalists and reporters seeking advice or improvements to articles
Report each morning on the top SEO keywords driving traffic
Make recommendations to journalists for relevant keywords and keyword combinations to target on articles
Report each morning on top pages/articles driving SEO traffic
Work with editorial teams to pre-plan for future articles and events by building out topics and doing keyword research for upcoming exclusives or events.
Optimise top pages for relevant keywords
Forward link top traffic driving pages to other more recent articles to encourage circulation
Edit and/or complete metadata on topics and articles
Editorial background with experience in a digital publishing environment
This Thursday (March 8th) we’re launching a brand new podcast merging the world of true crime and classical music. You can read the full details here – the first one features the gruesome story of Haydn’s missing head which is just a flavour of what’s to come. So subscribe now and let us know what you think when it launches Thursday!
Last week we launched The Global Awards from London’s Eventim Apollo. It was an incredible night, featuring some great acts and moments from the blue carpet. We’ve posted the Global Awards video highlights here but you can watch the full version below. Needless to say we had a great response, not only during the public voting stage, but also whilst live streaming across social and onsite. Enjoy!
Earlier this year I was invited by Jonathan Kahn over at Together London to speak at his annual Agile Content Conference at Sadler’s Wells, London. This is a fantastic event looking at all aspects of agile content and it was a real pleasure to mix with content strategists working across a broad range of disciplines. You can watch all the presenters from the event here.
Yikes and holy cow. It’s been a while since I updated this blog but I wanted to let you know – I have the perfect alibi. You see, I’ve spent the last few months having a kind of mid-life crisis – only it’s been a very peculiar kind of crisis and probably a very British one at that. It doesn’t involve women, fast cars or huge quantities of fizzy-pop. No, dear reader, I stand here shamefully confessing that I have finally become addicted to… creative writing.
This week I was invited to speak at the annual Next Radio event in London – one of the UK’s biggest broadcast industry events. The conference was held at The Royal Institute which was a great choice of venue (especially as I’ve always been a Faraday fanboy) and a real honour to share our recent work in video.
Wow. What a week. Some very interesting results in the UK Election and now lots to debate as we discuss what’s next for Britain in the weeks ahead. Of course, we’ve been following the election extensively on LBC ever since Theresa May made her call for a vote back in April. Now that it’s over (although, you could argue the fun has only just begun!) I thought I’d highlight some aspects of our digital coverage you may be aware of.