Video Producer - IGN

Video San Francisco, California Culver City, California


Position at IGN

IGN is looking for a talented Video Producer with a love of entertainment and video games. This position is in our San Francisco office and requires direct experience managing shooting and editing videos. Experience working on web content for TV or Online Media preferred.

What will get you in the door?

  • Strong eye for shooting, producing, and editing
  • Experience with professional cameras such as Sony FS7/FS5, Canon C Series, Blackmagic URSA, etc.
  • Experience lighting for interviews and/or scenes.
  • 1-3 years of Post-Production experience.
  • Adobe Premiere experience is required. Avid Media Composer experience a plus.
  • Ability to work well with others in a collaborative, team environment
  • A positive, problem-solving attitude
  • Passion for IGN, games, movies, television, and comics


What does that mean exactly?

  • Work closely with IGN Editorial to concept, produce, and publish new and exciting features
  • Assemble, edit, and finish works in post-production
  • Ability to utilize basic techniques including applying graphics, titling, keying, audio filters, etc.
  • Supervise and participate in studio/location shoots
  • Oversee aspects of editing, encoding, and publishing.


It would be extra awesome if you had…

  • A passion for video games
  • Experience with media servers such as Avid NEXIS/ISIS.
  • Strong understanding of emerging web-video technologies.
  • Understanding of Internet trends, SEO principles, etc.
  • Have done post-production at a TV or entertainment-centric company.
  • Photoshop or basic image editing software knowledge

Here’s the good stuff about us…

  • Live and breathe movies, TV and comics & games - see secrets before the rest of the world
  • Lots of opportunity to dream big and make things happen
  • Open and casual work environment
  • Great benefits, discounts, and bonus programs

Come geek out with us, but be prepared to work as hard as you play. It’s serious business, after all.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.