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2012 Searle Film Fellowship at Reason.tv 

Application Deadline: January 27, 2012

Reason.tv – the online video journalism project of the Reason Foundation – is seeking talented individuals interested in advancing the message of Free Minds and Free Markets through video journalism and related multimedia productions.  Reason's top priority is talent: established and aspiring producers, videographers, editors, researchers, and marketing professionals will all be considered.  

The Searle Film Fellowship at Reason.tv is a year-long, full time position that gives aspiring video journalists the opportunity to create substantive, original content that explores the ideas of free minds and free markets.  Initial responsibilities will depend on experience and could range from research assistance to video editing to producing independent pieces to developing marketing and distribution plans.  Fellows will also participate in training in production techniques appropriate to their skill level. Fellowships are full-time salaried positions with benefits; salary will depend on experience.    

Resourcefulness, a willingness to pick up miscellaneous tasks and reliability are a must. The ideal candidate will also have a strong interest in libertarian ideas, the field of documentary filmmaking or video journalism, familiarity with shooting and editing, and content distribution and marketing.

Applicants at any level of experience will be considered.  Individuals who are able to work from one of the Reason offices (in LA or DC) are preferred, but telecommuters will also be considered. To apply, please submit the following materials in a single pdf file via email to amy.pelletier@reason.org by January 27, 2012:

  • A cover letter with a summary of your experience and an explanation of your interest in Reason.tv,
  • A resume, including contact information for three references.
  • Three one-page segment sketches you would like to produce (or help produce) at Reason.tv.  The format, style, and level of detail are at your discretion.    
  • Samples of your work, if applicable to your level of experience. If available online, include links in the email; if you prefer to mail a reel, please send TWO copies to: Reason Foundation, Attn: Amy Pelletier, 3415 S Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90034. 

Please direct questions about the fellowship and application process to Amy Pelletier at amy.pelletier@reason.org

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  1. Resourcefulness, a willingness to pick up miscellaneous tasks and reliability are a must. The ideal candidate will also have a strong interest in libertarian ideas, the field of documentary filmmaking or video journalism, familiarity with shooting and editing, and content distribution and marketing

    The first sentence uses the oxford comma. The second sentence does not. Don’t you people have a style guide?

    1. Your such an asshole, spoof; who cares what you think

  2. All those people being spoofed non-stop need to know that I use my name and link, and poetry does not. He is the ‘jar” spoofer and Sugarfree’s little asshole. All shit leads backs to that pack of hyenas

    -too bad most of you were too stupid to play along; what is it about giving a dog a bone?

    I don’t know who is doing the ‘spoofing gone crazy’ but if you are doing it for me, I don’t want it done.

    I don’t care that Heller accuses me; most of you know he has spoofed me for over two years, and has admitted so. He has commented on my blog under anonymous names but his school registers their server on any comments/mail to avoid legal entanglements.

    I asked Reason to publish any IP with my name and link when it is an obvious spoofer; most know a stupid comment when they read one but in my case, some have gone too far.

    It’s no secret that my emails and blog were co-opted and I believe email/IM’s.

    1. translation: I’m a whiny little bitch.

    2. Your ramblings are non-sensical. Are you accusing me of spoofing you? Or are you saying that I, myself, have been spoofed?

      I don’t really care about either question. It’s possible that I’ve spoofed you ? I’ve spoofed a lot of people.

      And if somebody spoofs me, well, great! That’s half the fun!

      ……Or do you actually come here for something other than entertainment!???

      gasp

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