The audio operator is a key player in the live control room and will be responsible for mixing audio for fast-paced and fluid shows in a broadcast environment.
- Audio mixing of a wide range of shows, including Sportsnet Central, Tim & Friends, Blue Jays Central, National Bank Cup Tennis and Olympics, to name just a few
- Excel in the operation of Calrec and Studer audio consoles, AES audio monitoring equipment, AES and analog audio patching, lavalier mics, Ovation playout, RTS intercom / IFB systems, RF mics and IFB and other audio processing equipment
- Bring an understanding of the operation of intercom, including intercom patching, IFB routing and key panel programming
- Continuously examine the performance of our internal network systems, identifying and immediately acting on inconsistencies to provide solutions to fulfill requirements and provide opportunities for continuous improvement
- Maximize utilization of available resources for the ever-growing requirements of Rogers Sports and Media market-leading content offerings, and liaise with management and engineering on all technical maintenance and repair related issues
Company Profile: Rogers Sports & Media
Rogers Sports & Media is committed to creating, and growing digital-first, fast-moving, bold-thinking teams and are focused on delivering impact with everything they do. Their impressive collection of assets includes media properties, sports teams, sports events & production, venues, and e-commerce. Collectively, they reach 30 million Canadians every month!
Missing a skill?
This role calls for a thorough understating of audio consoles, audio monitoring equipment, analog audio patching, mics, and a host of other audio processing equipment within the context of a broadcast environment. If you’re interested in these types of roles and need help meeting the requirements, please contact our admissions team.