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College Sports Journalist
On Campus Sports Network — Virtual
You love college sports, and you want your work to be seen by as many people as possible. Thats where we come in. On Campus Sports provides students with the opportunity to cover college sports for a national media company. Our relationship with multiple online sports publishers means exposure to potentially tens of millions of college sports enthusiasts as well as possible job opportunities for you in the future. In that regard, On Campus Sports could serve as your pipeline to a career in professional media. We have openings for you to write, photograph or broadcast. We also offer a number of leadership positions for students with excellent editorial and managerial skills. CAMPUS SITE POSITIONS OCS staffs a team of student journalists at Division I universities nationwide. We call these Campus Sites. The Campus Managing Editor leads a Campus Site staff of Writers, Photojournalists and Video Broadcasters, who produce content on a regular basis. You and your staff cover men's and women's varsity athletics at your school and around your conference. You can also produce national stories (for example, pieces on major breaking news or events like the Final Four). COLLEGE SPORTS JOURNALIST Whether you choose to be a Writer, Photojournalist or Broadcaster, you should have a good understanding of AP style, along with a passion for covering sports and a strong work ethic. Writers will: submit at least one article per week (miminum article length: 300 words), focusing on your school's sports teams. You also can produce stories that appeal to regional or national audiences. attach a photo with each article (either your own original image or an appropriate image that resides in OCS's media library). participate in one weekly planning meeting with your fellow OCS staff members. Photojournalists will: capture images of your school's sports teams (based on the teams' events each week). shoot images of athletic facilities and popular campus landmarks. participate in one weekly planning meeting with your fellow OCS staff members. Broadcasters will: capture raw video footage*: This could be a spectacular play at a live sporting event you attend, or capturing the emotion of the crowd during a pivotal moment in a game. This could also entail shooting video from a tailgate party or a local sports bar where students and fans are watching the big game on TV. We're looking for compelling "you had to be there" moments to fill our Raw Video category at each Campus Site. produce edited video packages*: These are typically 90-second to 2-minute segments shot on site or in a studio. We will provide examples of other students' work. participate in one weekly planning meeting with your fellow OCS staff members. *Broadcasters have the option to shoot raw video, produce edited video packages, or both. Not all broadcasters will be required to provide both types of video content, although that is ideal.
Writing and Social Media Internship
Chicago Dispatcher — Chicago, IL
Chicago Dispatcher Inc. is a small trade publication in Chicago that has served the taxi drivers, public chauffeurs and riding public since 2002. Currently we are expanding to reach several large cities in the U.S. and are looking for an ambitious intern interested in wanting to write, edit, design, and assist with social media.
Sports Journalism Internship
LineCatchers — Virtual
We are looking for people who love sports and want their work to be seen by as many people as possible. We provide the students with the opportunity to cover any sport, any team at the comfort of your own home. We could serve as your pipeline to a career in professional media. All work will be done remotley
Product Protection Group — Virtual
We are seeking a journalism intern who has a nose for news. We would like soft news stories covering the areas that we are helping. We would also like our journalists to write stories covering events, programs, and progress. This intern will publish to our website as well as other news sources. We have topics in mind and would be open to your ideas/suggestions as well. **Internship is remote, which means it does NOT have to be on site
Internship in ITVS Documentary Filmmaker Organization
ITVS — San Francisco, CA
Independent Television Service, Inc. (ITVS) is a nonprofit organization chartered by Congress to make unique and compelling programs for public television. ITVS brings to local and national audiences high-quality, content-rich programs created by a diverse body of independent producers. ITVS programs reflect underrepresented and underserved communities. (www.itvs.org) ITVS is seeking interns to support activities in the programming, production, communications and business affairs departments. In addition to gaining hands-on work experiences, the interns will attend organizational and community engagement events, view producer rough cuts, and participate in staff activities. The intern will observe how programs are evaluated, managed, and distributed to reach the widest audience. The ideal student intern is passionate about documentaries, publicity, marketing, outreach, social media technology trends and other facets of public television and media. Depending on needs and student interest, student intern will be assigned to a department.
Video Editing Intern
KHTS AM 1220 — Santa Clarita, CA
A Video Editor is responsible for assisting with all video content within the video portion of the site. You will operate video equipment such as cameras, microphones, tripods, and lighting equipment as well as programs like Final Cut, Live Type, Motion, Photoshop, and Compressor. The position will require editing skills, and a through knowledge of Photoshop, Motion and Live Type. In addition, you may be asked to develop graphics for our website. This is an unpaid internship position. Applicants can receive college credit for this position- check with your academic institution for details.
Universal Sports: Production Intern
Universal Sports — Centennial, CO
Universal Sports, formerly World Championship Sports Network (WCSN), a partnership between NBC Universal Sports and InterMedia Partners, serves as the preeminent multi-platform destination for Olympic and lifestyle sports programming. The Universal Sports Television Network and UniversalSports.com deliver an immersive experience via exclusive live and on-demand coverage of world-class competitions, interaction with top athletes and in-depth access to sports news and information year round. We are located in Westlake Village, CA and Centennial, CO.
PR Intern - Summer 2013
SheNOW — Dallas, TX — Virtual
We are currently looking for a Public Relations Intern to join the SheNOW team. To be successful in this position, PR Specialists must demonstrate persuasive communication skills, as well as strong client relationship building and customer service skills. They must demonstrate a sense of responsibility, self-motivation, flexibility, independence, sociability, and confidence. This NON-PAID Position requires 10 - 20+ hours/week and is virtual.
WNET Education Department: American Graduate Day Intern
WNET — New York, NY
WNET New York Public Media is a pioneering provider of television and web content. The parent of THIRTEEN, WLIW21 and Creative News Group, WNET brings such acclaimed broadcast series and websites as Tavis Smiley, Need To Know, Nature, Great Performances, American Masters, Charlie Rose, Secrets of the Dead, Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, Visions, Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps and Cyberchase to national and international audiences. Through its wide range of channels and platforms, WNET serves the entire New York City metro area with unique local productions, broadcasts and innovative educational and cultural projects. In all that it does, WNET pursues a single, overarching goal to create media experiences of lasting significance for New York, America and the world. For more information, visit www.wnet.org. AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY is a multi-platform event featuring local and national programming, partners, and celebrities focused on improving high school graduation rates in America. The local and national programming spotlights solutions to the nations dropout crisis in which one in four students do not finish high school. On-air participants join in the real-time conversation with viewers and public media.This internship is an exciting opportunity to assist the creative and production team in the research and development of a televised special program.
Operations Manager of Internet Radio Station www.IRMIXRadio.com
Enotram Entertainment — Dallas, TX — Virtual
This position starts February 24, 2013 - May 24, 2013 Unpaid Internship for 1st 2nd and 3rd shift. The operations manager is the second in command at a radio station for those stations which choose to employ one. He or She is responsible for coordinating scheduling of daily on-air activity including program recordings, promotions, continuity and underwriting as well as coordinating daily operation. The operations manager must have good hearing to be able to monitor and maintain sound quality. Performance will be evaluated over this time period to bring on as a full-time paid employee.