PCK Media is an award-winning documentary production company founded in 2010. Whether destined for national PBS broadcast or an organization’s website, our goal for every video is to communicate a creative vision.
PCK Media produces the New York and Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning series State of the Arts, which airs weekly on NJTV, WNET, ALL ARTS, and WHYY Public Media. Our most recent national PBS productions include Ode to Joy: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (2016), Pulling Out All the Stops (2015), and Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You’ll Have the Sky (2017). A documentary now in production, Kea’s Ark, will be distributed in 2019.
We’ve worked with many clients, producing films about Pre-K education, training for HIV nurses, New Jersey history, and Nobel Prize-winning scientists – to name a few!
Contact us and let us know how we can help bring your story to life.
The principals of PCK Media are Eric Schultz and Susan Wallner. Together, they bring a wealth of experience writing, producing, and directing arts, cultural, historical, and environmental documentaries.
PCK Media works with a creative team of professionals including video and audio specialists, graphic artists, voice-over talent, colorists, and post editors.
PCK Media offers internships to enrolled students year-round, with a one-time stipend of $600 plus travel. We are looking for self-motivated interns interested in gaining either field production or producer-track experience. Both internships offer on-location production experience and hands-on editing and post-production experience.
Field production interns will assist on location shoots around New Jersey. As we cover performances and other events, some nights and weekends are required. A car is helpful, but not required.
Producer-track interns will assist with story research and planning and social media. Excellent writing skills are more important than production experience. A love of the arts helps.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a note of interest and résumé.