Electronic Arts - Redwood City, California, United States
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Coordinating Producer, Madden Competitive Gaming Broadcast
EA – Redwood Shores
EA is seeking an experienced Coordinating Producer for the Madden Championship Series.
In this position, you will play an integral role in the planning and execution of live broadcasts, for all Madden competitive series and events. Projects will range from major Madden competitive events to licensed events and information series. You will be a key player in the development, budgeting and execution of each broadcast. Working with the Broadcast, Competitive Gaming and Global Events teams, you will bring expert production knowledge and communication skills to develop and execute broadcast quality programs. Additionally, you will manage external production partners to ensure broadcast quality is to EA standards. The ideal candidate excels in live production with the budgetary experience to build and source the backbone of each production.
We are looking for a producer that thrives on creative planning and problem solving. As the Coordinating Producer, you will have the opportunity to help shape the look and feel of Madden Competitive Gaming and build the roadmap for the future.
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