Essay on Resume: Abc News and Assistant Assisted Executive

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Shanna I.H. Augustin

Shanna81787@yahoo.com (917) 756-5116
PROFILE:
News-driven with a passion for pitching ideas and stories. Extremely focused with the ability to produce great results in a high-pressured work environment.
Skills:
Adept at iNews, Adobe Photoshop, Transcribing, ENPS, Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, Pro Tools, QMaster and iMovie. Advanced in functioning a Teleprompter. Familiar with automated control room system Ignite. Confident in front of and behind the camera. Mac and PC literate. Proficient in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Excellent written communication, organizational and multi-tasking skills. Booking.
PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE:
Time Warner/PRG
Project Coordinator
FX Network
Script Coordinator/Supervisor/Writer/Associate Producer New York, NY 07/2012- 11/2013
Input all scripts for show into I News. Format scripts for Director. Required to proofread and edit scripts. Assist writer’s assistant with ideas for script. Make any changes for talent. Assist with ideas and creative aspects of show. Input graphic cues and make sure all graphics were ready for taping. Trained with producers. Made sure timing was right for show. Assist Director and AD with staying current on changes with any part of the show. Responsible for closed captioning and all scripts at end of week. Briefed for show.
Madison Square Garden/FUSE New York, NY 02/2013-07/2013
Production Assistant
Create show logs for SXSW. Create cue sheets/breakdowns for the Grammy’s and Red Carpet Previews. Transcribe SXSW, Grammy and Red Carpet tapes. Researched artists, celebrities and most recent entertainment news.
Disney/ABC Television Group New York, NY 06/2012-Present
ABC News Cue Typist/Teleprompter Operator/PA/Desk Assistant
Operate and control teleprompter during live and taped productions for ABC News shows including World News with Diane Sawyer, Nightline, World News Now and America This Morning. Required to…