Executive Producer
Output - Istanbul, Turkey - Full Time
We are now hiring for an Executive Producer in Istanbul.

The Executive Producer is in charge of a segment of TRT World's programming. During your timeslot, you will set the course of our news coverage - the stories we report and the way we report them. You will manage a team of producers and work closely with on-air talent, the news desk, creative and studio staff to deliver original and market-leading output. Your mission will be to produce news with panache while ensuring TRT World's editorial guidelines and values are adhered to. A member of the News leadership team, you will embrace the full range of content delivery platforms including online and cultivate cross-platform working practices and ideas wherever possible. We are hiring for multiple roles.


Works closely with the Managers of Output and Input playing an active role in the News leadership team, the wider channel strategy and editorial decisions.
Responsibility for a section of TRT World's news
Manages a dedicated team of producers and works closely with on-air talent, creative and studio staff to deliver distinctive and original news coverage that fulfils TRT World's ambitions and mission.
Works with news desk and other output teams to cultivate a collaborative approach to news gathering and delivery across TRT World
Ensuring that TRT world's editorial guidelines and values are adhered to.
Flexible and able to work a shift pattern to fulfil the needs of a 24 hour news organisation.
May be required to work with presenters and other journalists on location both in Istanbul, within the region or internationally.


Extensive experience in television news at a senior level, including outputting programmes and television news production.
An excellent journalist with strong editorial judgment.
Previous experience in a large national or international broadcast news channel.
Experience of newsroom production systems and desktop editing.
Team management experience.
Experience of or appreciation of the benefits and difficulties of cross-platform working.
Evidence of a broad range of journalistic interests including social affairs, international politics, public policy, world business and economic affairs, Sciences and the Arts.
Fluent in both written and spoken English.
Minimum of 8 years experience required.