Please take a moment to review our new 5×5.wirelesswatch.jp website. Indeed, The ®evolution Continues. Yoroshiku!
Your ever-vigilant editors noticed this weekend that Engadget is looking for a video producer. Now, why do all the other cool mobile media sites pick up $26 mn in funding from the AOLs of the world… and then decide they should start producing online video? WWJ’s being doing it for years — without the deep pockets. To Engadget’s credit, they often rip the latest WWJ reports. End of rant; we now return to our regular, video-enhanced, programing…
We’ve heard your cries: you want us to start doing a video podcast. Normally we’d try to play it all cool and pretend like we don’t give a damn what you want, but the truth is that we do care, and since we’d like to not do this all half-assed we’re officially on the hunt for a video producer.
Here’s the deal:
We’re looking for someone with experience in video production and editing who can help us put together short form videos on a freelance basis (probably one video a week to start). You should have a reel that’ll wow us, an intimate knowledge of the world of gadgets and technology, and be based in the New York City area (no exceptions). And yes, this is a paid position.
To apply, please send an email with a couple of paragraphs about yourself and some links to your earlier work to us at engadgetjobs @ gmail.com. Please, no attachments of any kind. Seriously.
Some sage advise when entering new turf; Stop, Look and Listen.. it’s also good to secure a local guide. Japan is the cradle of mobile civilization – we have been dedicated to this space since 2001 – trust our archives here offer some useful material.
Domestic activities continue to set the pace, and sharp players are looking at global markets. We have hard-earned industry expertise and trusted network of contacts with access to advanced intell. and potential deal flow. Need a lift.. Ok, buckle-up!