Researchers & Edit Assistant Producers/APs for New Reality Game Show – Fremantle

FREMANTLE is looking for 2 x RESEARCHERS to work on a BRAND NEW REALITY GAME SHOW.

DATES : To Start ASAP until 20 March, with possible extension
BASE : London

We are seeking 2 organised and experienced Researchers to work on a brand new reality game show.
Researcher 1 : this role will involve working with the Games and Editorial Teams and needs to be skilled in PowerPoint and Photoshop.
Researcher 2 : this role will support the Editorial Team with general researcher responsibilities.
A minimum of 3 broadcast credits as a Researcher is essential
Experience of working on reality competition formats such as The Traitors, Squid Game, I’m A Celeb, The Apprentice, Too Hot To Handle, Survivor, The Circle is preferable.
Role is based in central London office with some capacity for WFH.

TO APPLY: please send CVs and covering email to Talent.FM@fremantle.com with RESEARCHERS/REALITY and your name in the subject line.

FREMANTLE is looking for EDIT RESEARCHERS/EDIT ASSISANT PRODUCERS to work on a NEW REALITY BASED COMPETITION FORMAT.

DATES : Early April until End September
BASE : London

We are looking for Edit Researchers for a new and exciting reality format for a major streaming service.
Experience in reality competition formats such as The Traitors, Squid Game, I’m A Celeb, The Apprentice, Too Hot To Handle, Survivor, The Circle is helpful but not essential.
The ideal candidate will have previous experience of using AVID.

TO APPLY : please send CVs and covering email to Talent.FM@fremantle.com with EDITRESEARCHER/AP and your name in the subject line.

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