Coordinates the streaming and distribution of game footage, feature pieces and press conferences for all sports for internet use. This may include live games, weekly press conferences, and/or other shows/special features we stream.
Oversees the operation of campus video boards, including maintenance and live game production. Also oversees the maintenance of video equipment and computers used for video streaming.
Plans video coverage for internet streaming.
Posts highlights of various sports to the American Athletic Conference video exchange but not limited to posting videos (post-game interviews and press conferences) to GoTigersGo.com and/or the Memphis Athletics YouTube Channel.
Serves as liaison with the American Athletic Conference (American Digital Network), SideArm Sports, for video web streaming; but not limited to working with ESPN3 or other outside broadcast networks.
Produces, shoots and edits weekly coaches shows; posts completed content to GoTigersGo.com and the Memphis Athletics YouTube Channel.
Tapes footage for projects as needed, overseeing all phases of each project and videos various athletic events.
Schedules student athletes for web streams and highlight shooting.
Responsible for the hiring, development, and evaluation of a student/internship program.

Experience / Skills


Bachelors degree in a relevant area and a minimum of one year collegiate or professional level videography experience, as well as working with Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro, and broadcasting is required.

Must be able to comply with Athletic department, University, conference, and NCAA policies and procedures.

About our Company

Located in a quiet residential neighborhood of Memphis, Tennessee, the UofM is a major research institution. Founded in 1912, we welcome more than 21,000 students to campus every year. Diversity is one of our strengths. Students and faculty come from all over the world to be a part of the UofM experience. With 25 Chairs of Excellence and five state-approved Centers of Excellence, the school is the flagship institution of the Tennessee Board of Regents system. And with 400 student-athletes competing in 19 different intercollegiate sports, there's a lot of room for excellence. The UofM is a charter member of the American Athletic Conference and our athletic programs compete at the highest level as an NCAA Division I institution.