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Studio Camera Operator

The production process for many television programs is quite different from film, and the same is true for the work of a camera operator. A cameraperson employed on programs like Dateline or The Daily Show has a unique skill set and is specifically trained in the method of recording studio television broadcasts.

CBS Corporation

CBS Corporation is one of America’s largest media and entertainment companies, with divisions operating in the areas of film, television, radio, interactive media, and publishing, among others.

Viacom, Inc.

Viacom, short for Video & Audio Communications, was founded in 1971. In 2005, the company split into two publicly traded companies, Viacom, Inc. and CBS Corporation. Including cable television and motion picture businesses, the media enterprise owns more than 160 channels and 400 interactive properties around the world.

ESPN

More than 30 years ago, Bill Rasmussen had the notion to create a television network dedicated to broadcasting sports programming around the clock. Radical and risky at the time, ESPN launched on September 7, 1979 and has become the market leader in televised sports.

NEP Broadcasting

NEP was founded in 1984 by Tom Shelburne and was formerly associated with WNEP-TV in Wilkes-Barre, Penn., prior to the television station’s sale to The New York Times. For more than 20 years, NEP has been a leading international provider of outsourced remote television production services for many of the world’s largest broadcast events.

The Ant Farm

The Ant Farm is an award-winning advertising firm that specializes in print and audio-visual advertising for theatrical, video game, broadcast, and home entertainment markets. In 2010, the firm took home a Key Art award for the theatrical trailer of Where the Wild Things Are and an award at MI6 for the Modern Warfare 2 television campaign.