Data Wrangler

What do Data Wranglers do?

The Data Wrangler is the person on set who is responsible for making sure that raw footage from the camera is transferred to the Editor without any data loss or corruption. On a film or television production utilizing digital cameras that are not tape based, they manage the transfer of data from a camera to a computer and/or hard drive. As footage is passed from shoot to post, the Data Wrangler keeps a log of who has received what and tracks all copies of the footage.

There are 135 members with the job title Data Wrangler on Media Match

Data Wrangler jobs which have appeared on the Media Match jobs board:

Assistant Camera
St Louis, MO
08/17/17
Assistant Camera
Louisville, KY
08/17/17
Assistant Editor
Redlands, CA
08/16/17
08/15/17
Assistant Editor
Glendale, CA
08/14/17
Assistant Editor
New York, NY
08/11/17
DIT/Story Editor
Redlands, CA
08/09/17
08/08/17
Editor & Post Manager
Chattanooga, TN
08/07/17
08/07/17
08/03/17
07/31/17
07/31/17
07/27/17
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Job description sources include (but are not limited to) imdb.com, skillset.org and wikipedia.