Editors - Part-time

Part Time Editors needed for the Gulf California television stations in Palm Springs, CA (KESQ, CBS Local 2, KDFX, KUNA). This is a great way to get started in the television industry!  Looking for candidates to have some experience editing video.  We will train you on our AVID editing system. Bilingual (English/ Spanish) is an asset. 

Gulf California Broadcasting is part of NPG, a family-run operation.  Our owners, the Bradley family, consistently invest in the newest technology.

Palm Springsis Market #145, but this is NOT a smalltime operation.  We do a TON of news, and our news product stands comparison with stations in much larger markets.  This news department is very aggressive. We have a commitment to feedback, training and professional development. Take a look at our website,, and get a feel for the place.

Send a non-returnable DVD or link of your recent work, and a resume to: 

Timothy Kiley
Assistant News Director

42-650 Melanie Place
Palm Desert, CA 92211


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