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Headline of release should read: You Could Take Part in “TakePart Live” – Pivot Kicks Off Search with Monster.com For A New TV Associate Producer (sted: You Could Take Part in “TakePart Live” – Monster.com and Pivot Kicks Off Search with Monster.com For A New TV Associate Producer)
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YOU COULD TAKE PART IN “TAKEPART LIVE” – PIVOT KICKS OFF SEARCH WITH MONSTER.COM FOR A NEW TV ASSOCIATE PRODUCERMonster’s Cool Jobs Program Helps Pivot“Find Better®”in its Search for the Latest Addition to the “TakePart Live” Production Staff
Monster.com, the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities and flagship website of Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW) and Pivot (
www.pivot.tv), Participant Media's new television network targeting millennials (those aged 18-34), today announced that the search is on to find a professional to join Pivot on the production team for its late-night topical show, “TakePart Live.” Through Monster and its Cool Jobs program, Pivot is seeking candidates to serve as an Associate Producer.
“We are looking forward to working with Monster in finding the perfect match for this job opening,” said Craig Parks, Pivot’s SVP Digital and Live Programming. “Our associate producers are a critical part of the team, with a wide variety of responsibilities: from brainstorming segment concepts to booking interviews. The skillset we are looking for is as unique, dynamic and thought-provoking as the ‘TakePart Live’ show itself, and we are excited to grow the team.”
The new Associate Producer will pitch story ideas and work with the ‘TakePart Live’ showrunner and Executive Producer Jim Downs in creating segments for the show, which is hosted by Jacob Soboroff and Cara Santa Maria and airs Monday – Friday at midnight ET / 9pm PT. Candidates for this position should be creative, organized, and thrive under the deadline pressure of live television.