My resume

caitlin [dot] shamberg [at]

Producer: To the Point and Which Way, LA?/KCRW (2011-present)
Produce stories on local and national issues for Warren Olney's public radio shows. Lead social media outreach.
Web Producer: The Takeaway/WNYC (2009-2011)
Managed website for a live morning news show, edited podcasts and website content.   

Freelance Video Producer: Movieline (2010
Produced, shot and edited a series of movie reviews with Movieline critic, Stephanie Zacharek.

Multimedia Editor:, New York, NY (2007-2009)
Produced, wrote and edited videos and podcasts for the website. Worked with reporters to bring multimedia elements to their storytelling, including video, audio and slideshows. Produced stories in the field during the 2008 election year. Produced daily video coverage during the Democratic National Convention. Managed freelance video contributors and content partnerships.

Associate Producer: P.O.V., American Documentary, Inc., New York, NY (2005-2007) 
Produced, wrote and edited P.O.V. podcasts, edited video content for the website (, evaluated program submissions for the series, assisted with production of filmmaker interviews and promotional materials, managed relationships with PBS station programmers.

Production Assistant: Frontline "The Soldier's Heart", New York, NY (2004) 
Researched archival materials, managed databases, assisted with scheduling and production plans.

Program Coordinator: Russian American Journalism Institute, Rostov-On-Don, Russia (2004) 
Produced, reported, edited and shot "Ten Days in Shakty", a short documentary following a Russian hunger strike. Helped design a journalism curriculum for American and Russian students, coordinated travel and living arrangements for participants.

Production Intern: ABC, Law And Justice Unit, New York, NY (2004) 
Performed story research for the 2004 elections.

Production Assistant: NYU Media Production Department, New York, NY (2003-2004) 
Researched and acquired archival materials for a feature-length documentary, assisted on shoots, logged and transcribed footage.

Programming Assistant: San Francisco International Film Festival, San Francisco, CA (2002) 
Coordinated the film selection process, produced events and special programs including archival screenings, live music events, and awards ceremonies.

Programming Associate: Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley, CA (2001-2002) 
Researched and selected independent feature films for the festival. Wrote and edited program notes for the published guide, produced and assistant-edited tribute programs.

Short Film Program Coordinator: Sundance Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA (2001) 
Oversaw the short film selection process, managed the video library and database. Wrote copy for the festival website.

Associate Producer: IFILM, San Francisco/Los Angeles, CA (1999-2000) 
Selected films to appear on, produced the Digital Catapult Film Festival in conjunction with Levi's, managed sponsors and filmmakers, started the IFILM internship program.

English Teacher, Poitiers, France (1998-1999) 
Developed and implemented a first-year English language curriculum in ten public elementary schools.

2006 Experimental Television Center, Technical Assistance Grant to attend the 2006 Flaherty Film Seminar, Vassar College
2004 U.S. State Department - University Partnership, Selected by NYU to implement American-style teaching methods in Russian journalism classrooms. Rostov-on-Don, Russia.
1998 Honors, Senior Thesis, "Ce Qu'elle Cherche: Exploring Translation's Transformative Space," Vassar College

Languages: American Sign Language and French
Computer Programs: Final Cut Pro, Avid, ProTools
Cameras: Panasonic DVX-100, Sony PD-150, Sony TRV–950

2003-2005 New York University, New York, NY - MA, Journalism
1994-1998 Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY – BA, English
1996-1997 University of Paris, IV and X, Paris, France