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Posted 8/21/17:
ABC Television Network seeks maintenance engineers to support Graphics Production serving primarily Network News, Sports and Daytime Programming at its New York facilities. State of the art 2D and 3D broadcast graphics in an IT based environment. NABET positions. Apply to Susan Renner (

Posted 6/21/2017:
AMC Networks Broadcasting & Technology is currently seeking a “Project Specialist” (i.e. wiring supervisor). Here is the link to the job posting/details:

We are looking for a knowledgeable, motivated individual with a minimum of 5-years experience in systems wiring & site wiring supervision to join our Engineering Project Management team. The ideal candidate would be someone who has worked at an Systems Integrator or a major television network doing systems installation and/or managing install crews. The position is full-time and is located here at AMC Networks Broadcasting & Technology, our network transmission facility in Bethpage (LI) NY.


Posted 6/9/2017:
HBO’s Media Networking Engineering team is looking for a Production Maintenance Technician to provide engineering support to their Post Production Avid, Graphics and Amberfin systems.
This person will provide support to HBO’s 24x7x365 Broadcast facility located in Hauppauge, NY consisting of a mixed IP and baseband transmission environment.
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Posted 5/22/2017:
ABC: Studio Broadcast Maintenance Engineer in New York, NY
Job Title: Permalance Studio Maintenance Engineer – Studio Broadcast Center
The Broadcast Operations and Engineering division of the ABC Television network provides engineering technical support to our clients. Studio maintenance engineering supports and maintains the studio technical facility. This position is a NABET permalance position in a 24/7 facility.
The Studio Maintenance Engineer will be responsible for the following:

Ensure that the studio control room facility and studio floor are operating at peak efficiency at all times, and that all redundant systems are operational
Must have the ability to monitor and repair, switchers, routers, monitors, waveform monitors, cameras, disk-based broadcast equipment, computer operated broadcast equipment and other electronic equipment.
Perform routine diagnostics and backup operating systems and software in broadcast equipment.
Report equipment problems, ensure that repairs are made, and make emergency repairs to equipment when necessary and possible.
Must have the ability to setup a broadcast studio facility
Setup and Repair studio cameras. Understand the Operation of all studio equipment and be ready to step in and assist studio operations staff as required.
Notify, Engineering maintenance staff, of any maintenance problems that may affect the operation of the technical plant
Install new equipment, run and terminate cables, and document the installation of equipment
Must be able to answer questions by staff about the correct operation of all broadcast equipment located within the technical plant
Must have the ability to learn and adapt to new technology
Ability to think forward, working outside of the standardized broadcast model finding and creating cost effective solutions to challenges as they arise
Must be a team player and have the ability to work independently
The ability to work under pressure with deadlines
Working familiarity with equipment from the following vendors, Ikegami, Sony, Ross, Evertz, Harris, Tektronics, Abekas, Protools, RTS, Calrec, Studer, SMS; Barco, EVS


Technical school or Bachelors degree in Electronics or Technology field or equivalent experience
FCC license or SBE Certification desired
5+ years of studio broadcast television electronic repair experience
Ability to troubleshoot electronic problems to component level
Knowledge of computer information systems
Ability to work flexible hours 24/7


Equal Opportunity Employer

Primary Location-City: New York
Primary Location-State NY

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Posted 5/3/2017:

Broadcast IT Technician
Azzurro HD
is looking to fill a part-time position within the Television Broadcast industry. Based out of our 24x7 Network Operations Center in lower Manhattan, the newly hired employee will be trained in a hands on environment, working along experienced technicians.
Employee will work with domestic, international and major sports networks to support ‘on air’ programming and point-to-point video transport.
Part time- up to 25 hours per week. May include nights, overnights, weekends and holidays
-Field phone calls from customers looking for support or placing new orders.
-Real-time system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of live video, broadcast circuits and remote facilities.
-Troubleshoot and resolve issues with audio, video, switching and software control systems.
-Support live broadcast signals contributing to major networks.
-Perform live video switches between customer networks.
-Remotely set up TV Studio live shots/ interviews.
-Open and track trouble tickets with associated vendors.
-Communicate effectively to team members.
-Formal education in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent work experience.
-Knowledge of IP Networking and routing protocols.
-Experience working with Cisco Routers, Switches and Firewalls.
-Working knowledge of LAN’s and WAN’s, including Metro Ethernet, VPN’s, MPLS Networks and data transmission over the public internet.
-Experience with VoIP services.
-Proficient with MS Office Suite: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook and Visio.
-Ability to demonstrate proper phone etiquette and customer service skills at all times.
-CCNA, CCNP and other Cisco R/S, Wireless, and/or Security certifications preferred but not required.
Contact John Bonaccorso at to submit a resume or for more information.