Running and creating online media content that maintains their current and has tapped into the free-market demographics by providing incentives for the end-user, a more efficient system of delivery. Less
a. What the hardest challenge you've overcome?
b. Do you know what KPI/CTR means?
c. What's your experience with video and how did you get into it?
d. What editing software do you use mainly? Do you use premiere?
e. I believe they asked me how I take criticism and how I responded to an instance of failure.
a. (very personal response)
b."I'm not sure about KPI, but I studied the terminology and retained that CTR means click-through-rate."
c. (Gave a backstory beginning from when I was a child and my dad would always get the newest video camera, etc)
d. "Ohohoho yes, I use premiere, and after effects."
e. I said that I take criticism into account and don't take it personally. My desire is to deliver a working video for the client that will drive business. I mentioned a project in which the client wrote a scathing review that went on for paragraphs, telling me the footage was useless. I let them (the interviewer) know I went in with the wrong equipment because I needed to create a portfolio and knew I could portray a certain story in that event and was ready for criticism. I read the entire scathing review, thanked him for his input, and then edited a video he really liked. He responded with "I have no idea how you extracted so much gold out of that footage." Less
They had a handful of scenario-type questions, like dealing with a difficult employee (what do you do?). They even acted it out a bit as if one of the producers was the bad employee who didn't want to go a stand-up. So that was rather interesting.
I tried to role-play through it and approach it the way I would in a real setting. I thought it was a fine interview. I would have appreciated feedback to understand what sort of responses they were looking for. Also, I would have appreciated a more prompt response from recruiting rather than waiting for 3 weeks. Less