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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.
WNET Royalty Accounting Intern
WNET — New York, NY
Company Description Become an intern at WNET, the parent of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21 and operator of NJTV. You will gain valuable experience at a company that has a rich history in public television broadcasting and production on-air, online and via mobile technology, as well as being a leader in the adoption of new media. WNET offers opportunities for currently matriculating undergraduate and graduate students in a diverse range of areas including educational programming and outreach, news and public affairs, culture and arts, documentaries and production for the internet and related distribution platforms. WNET is a national leader among public media companies and can provide you with experience that is second to none. If you are interested in applying for an internship at WNET or its affiliates, please send your resume along with proof of enrollment and a brief description of your interests to email@example.com 1. Intern will assist in maintenance and update of Custom Royalty Accounting Database: Including » Revenue from all sources All Data Must be tested for Integrity » Expense and Participation Payment Input » Data Integrity Reviews » Data Testing » Report Generation and Integrity Testing 2. Intern will assist in analysis of legally binding participation/distribution agreements for WNET.ORG & WLIW21: Including » Co-productions Agreements » Licensing Agreements » Production Agreements » DGA/WGA/Sag and AFTRA talent agreements 3. Intern will assist in generation of participation reporting: Including » Individual Participants in WNET.ORG and WLIW21 programs » Music Publishers » Union Residual Payments 4. Intern will assist department in collections efforts : Including » Review of Non-broadcast Aged Trial Balances » Contact various clients regarding past due invoicing Royalties and PEP invoicing. To apply, send your resume and cover letter, along with proof of enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate program, to: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line=Royalty Accounting
WNET Archive Intern
WNET — New York, NY
Company Description WNET, the parent company of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21, is a major producer of broadcast and online media for local, national and international audiences, creating award-winning content in the areas of arts and culture, news and public affairs, science and natural history, documentaries, and childrens programming. WNET also has a rich media history as being the premiere educational television station in the New York City Metropolitan area. On September 16, 1962, New Dimensions in Television (WNDT) went on the air broadcasting on channel 13. Chartered in the states of New York and New Jersey, the very first broadcast was introduced by distinguished television journalist Edward R. Murrow. In 1970, local station WNDT merged with program producer and distributor National Educational Television (NET, PBS predecessor) to form WNET-TV, the call letters and station you know today. Archive Description The mission of the WNET Tape Archive/Library is to collect, preserve and make available production materials and programs that have either been produced or co-produced by WNET, from 1962 to the present, as well as programs produced by its former entities, NET and WNDT, both of which predate WNET and the creation of PBS. Although the materials in the collection date back to the 1950s, the tape archive was not established in its current form until December 1998. Job Description: This internship will allow a student or recent graduate the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience in a media library/archive. Projects might include such tasks as cataloging, researching, transcribing, creating metadata, scanning, and conducting reference services.