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									       INTERNSHIP
         LISTINGS
                    FOR MAJORS AND MINORS
                            May 2009




Table of Contents
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Film
Corra Films…………………………………………………………………………………….3
Creative Film Management International……………………………………………………...3
Fox Entertainment…………………………………………………………………………….3-4
GTN Pictures…………………………………………………………………………………..4
Hart Sharp Entertainment……………………………………………………………………...4
Killer Films…………………………………………………………………………………….5
Tribeca Film Center……………………………………………………………………………5

Television
ABC……………………………………………………………………………………………6
ABC News…………………………………………………………………………………….6-8
ABCNews.com…………………………………………………………………………………8
World News Tonight…………………………………………………………………………...8
Weekend News………………………………………………………………………………...8-9
Stossel Unit……………………………………………………………………………………..9
A&E Television Networks……………………………………………………………………..9
Atlantic Motion Pictures……………………………………………………………………….9-10
CBS News Internship Program……………………………………………………………….10-12
Element Productions………………………………………………………………………….12-13
EpandMedia……………………………………………………………………………………13
ESPN Internship Program……………………………………………………………………13-14
Fox News………………………………………………………………………………………14
GTN Pictures…………………………………………………………………………………..14
HBO……………………………………………………………………………………………15
Late Night with David Letterman…………………………………………………………….15-16
Nickelodeon Internship Program……………………………………………………………..16-17
MTV Networks Internship Program…………………………………………………………...17
MTV Networks Latin America Internship…………………………………………………...17-18
MTV Networks Internship Program NYC…………………………………………………...18-19
MTV Networks Internship Program Nashville………………………………………………..19
NBC…………………………………………………………………………………………....20
WNBC 4 ……………………………………………………………………………………..20-21
NBC 10………………………………………………………………………………………21-22
NBC 30………………………………………………………………………………………...22
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon……………………………………………………………...22-23
Dateline…………………………………………………………………………………….....23-24
MSNBC………………………………………………………………………………………24-28
Today Show………………………………………………………………………………….28-29
Plum TV……………………………………………………………………………………...29-30
Rainbow Media………………………………………………………………………………..30
Turner Networks……………………………………………………………………………....30
Windfall Productions………………………………………………………………………….31

Radio
WABC………………………………………………………………………………………….32
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WFAN….....................................................................................................................................32
G Rock Radio……………………………………………………………………………….33-34
105.7 the Hawk……………………………………………………………………………..34-35
Q104.3……………………………………………………………………………………...35-36
WFAS …………………………………………………………………………………………37
WEBE………………………………………………………………………………………….37
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Film



Corra Films 
www.corrafilms.com

CORRA FILMS has been a mainstay of the independent film community since 1994. Founder HENRY CORRA, best
known for his innovative and award-winning documentary features, SAME SEX AMERICA (2005), FRAMES(2004),
UMBRELLAS (1994), and GEORGE (2000), has also been singled out as one of the foremost directors of reality-
based TV commercials in America. The production company, located in the heart of downtown Manhattan, draws on
the talents of some of New York's most innovative and original filmmakers, artists, musicians and designers who
share a commitment to exploring and expanding the boundaries of film language through their work.


Internships are unpaid and we require a minimum of two days a week for a minimum of 3 months time. We always
welcome longer and more intensive internships--but nothing less. Students can contact me at this email address
(festival@corrafilms.com). Please have them put "application for internship" in the subject line and please have them
attach a cover letter and resume.


Creative Film Management International 
Creative Film Management International (CFM) is a New York-based film production company, specializing in
commercial production and representation of film directors to the advertising industry.
Since 1994, President Lou Addesso has signed several feature film and episodic television directors to the
company’s roster. Although each director is artistically unique, they all excel in celebrity, dialogue and performance
driven campaigns.

Location: NYC

Intern Responsibilities: In-house editing – use of Final Cut Pro.

Time: N/A

Requirements: Resourceful and reliable media student with working knowledge of Final Cut Pro

Deadlines: N/A

How to apply: email resume and cover letter to maria@cfminternational.com

Web Address: www.cfminternational.com




FOX Entertainment 
Where will interns work?
N/A

What internship positions are available?
N/A

What is the time commitment?
Sping, Fall, or Summer periods
30 hrs/week during Fall and Spring semesters; 40 hrs/week during Summer
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Requirements
Good standing and enrolled in an accredited college or university; undergraduates must hold at least sophomore
status; graduate students must have completed one year of studies

Is this a paid internship?
Paid or academic credit

What are the deadlines?
N/A

How to apply?
Fill out application at: http://www.foxcareers.com/jobsearch.asp

Web Address: www.foxcareers.com
Email: N/A


GTN Pictures 
GTN Pictures works in film, television, and the corporate and not-for-profit milieu. GTN tailors its services to the
individual needs of its clients, providing anything from camera-work to direction, from budgeting to complete
production oversight, from consulting and concept development to script-writing.

Location: NYC

Intern Responsibilities: N/A

Time: Internships available throughout the year

Requirements: N/A

Paid? N/A

Deadlines: N/A

How to apply: Send resume and cover letter to George T. Nierenberg at george@gtnpictures.com

Web Address: www.gtnpictures.com




HART SHARP ENTERTAINMENT, INC. 
Hart Sharp Entertainment develops, finances and produces independent feature films and theatrical productions. Our
overall mission is to produce socially relevant works that entertain, engage, and ultimately tell a good story. The
company targets ideas and material that speak to issues of diversity, family, and society. Sources of inspiration
include original ideas, plays, literature, and screenplays.
Hart Sharp have an ongoing internship program in both our business affairs division and in our development arm.
While each internship deals with creative aspects of the business, both encompass everyday administrative tasks as
well. Interning at Hart Sharp is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to make their entrance into film. To apply
for the internship, please write a short essay on why you want to work in the film industry in New York, and
specifically why you would like to work at Hart Sharp. A resume is also required.

For internships: http://www.hartsharp.com/index.php?section=contactinfo



 
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Killer Films 
www.killerfilms.com

Over the past decade, Killer Films has established itself at the forefront of American independent film.

Killer relies on a rotating group of motivated, hard-working students who are interested in many different aspects of
the film business. You do not need to be a film major, but you do have to be a student of some kind. We can't pay our
interns so you need to receive school credit. We accept interns all year round. To apply, please fax your resume to
(212) 473-6152, attention "Internship Coordinator."



Tribeca Film Center 
Internship Opportunities
Tribeca Entertainment has an established internship program. Please see our current opportunities below.
Email : internprogram@tribeca.com


Tribeca Productions and Tribeca Film Center's Executive Services Dept. Intern
As an intern with Tribeca Entertainment, you will be working for staff members of both Tribeca Productions and with
the Tribeca Film Center's Executive Services Department.

Tribeca Productions: Your duties will include reading scripts and writing coverage, maintaining the organization of
current drafts of all Tribeca Productions projects in development, general office upkeep, and assisting staff members
on various random production and development related matters.

Executive Services: You will assist with general office duties while experiencing first hand the operations of the
Tribeca Film Center. Duties include manning the Executive Services desk, greeting tenants and guests, mail and
package distribution, kitchen and copy machine duties, misc. errands, and other tasks as required.

For the Spring 2007 semester, we are looking for bright, dedicated, highly motivated individuals either currently
enrolled in a college/university program or a recent college graduate. Prospective interns must be committed to TWO
full days per week (M-F) for a minimum of fourteen consecutive weeks (preferably 16 weeks) between the months of
January and May. Hours are 9:30am-6:30pm when working with Tribeca Productions and 9:00am-6:00pm when
working with Executive Services. This internship is unpaid, though a stipend is offered and you may receive college
credit.

If you are interested, please send your resume and a cover letter: by FAX (212) 941-3997, ATTN: Stephanie Jarosz
or
by E-MAIL internprogram@tribecafilm.com with subject heading "ATTN: Stephanie Jarosz"
NO Calls please.
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Television


ABC Internship 
http://abc.go.com/site/faq.html#6

If you would like to apply for an internship with ABC, please contact our East and West
Coast Campus Recruitment departments at:

ABC, Inc.
Internship Program
77 West 66th St., 13th Floor
New York, NY 10023

ABC, Inc.
Internship Program
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-4391
For resume submissions or questions please email us at: Disney-
ABC.Media.Interns@abc.com. Please note that internships are offered year-round and
open only to students enrolled in an accredited College or University. We offer both paid
and unpaid internships. Paid internships salaries range from $8.00-$12.00 per hour,
depending upon the position. Unpaid interns must be eligible to earn academic credit in
the form of units and must have proof before the start date of the internship.



ABC News


NEWS OPERATIONS


ABC News Operations Group serves as a liaison with all News shows, departments and bureaus and

the Information Systems Division of the ABC Network (Computer Applications Development,

Engineering and Implementation). Interns will help to schedule, prioritize and track the acquisition

and installation of computer equipment and software through the entire ABC News Division. Internship

also includes researching new communications technologies and focusing on those that could

potentially be tested and implemented into general use. Additionally, there will be an opportunity to

research story proposals for some Network News correspondents and provide general assistance to

ABC News' Polling Unit.


Qualifications: Students must be interested in technology, new media and TV production. They must

be willing to learn, have a good attitude, good phone manner, a general curiosity about the world and

a good grasp on current events and public figures.
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GRAPHICS


ABC News Graphics interns will participate in a rotation where they assist the art directors and artists

from several of our shows including World News Tonight, 20/20 and Primetime. In that capacity they

will be able to learn about the design process, the technology we use to design and how to meet hard

deadlines. Graphics students are able to see how software that they are learning about in the

classroom is put to use in a professional environment. In addition, interns will work on breaking news

items learning how the editorial information from news events is turned into visual images to help tell

the story. Interns will help gather information and images and organize them for use on the air.


LONG-FORM UNIT


The Long-form Unit specializes in longform documentary specials for ABC Network. Previous series

have included Hopkins 24/7, Boston 24/7, State v. and Vanished. Intern responsibilities include, but

are not limited to, topical and investigative research, contributing toward series concepts, logging

tape, animation and other duties as assigned.


FILM/TAPE LIBRARY


Interns at the Film and Tape Library will work with the Air Histories Department, mainly in screening

and dubbing of show tapes, clip reel making in World News Tonight edit rooms, database entry,

general administrative support, expediting, filing and other general office duties.


NEWSONE


ABC NewsOne is the affiliate news service of ABC News. NewsOne gathers and produces news

material for over 200 ABC affiliates across the country as well as international and domestic clients.

The internship at NewsOne is intended to be a learning experience, exposing students to various

aspects of our operation. During the internship, students will work within different areas of NewsOne,

including the newsdesk, satellite operations, the Northeast bureau, digital services and client services.

Interns will also get the chance to be involved in the editorial side of NewsOne, including

accompanying producers and crews on shoots, writing and editing. The goal is for students to leave

the internship with an understanding of how a 24-hour newsroom functions in the 21st century.


NEWS PRODUCTION


ABC News Productions (ABCNP) develops and produces a wide variety of programming for a number

of cable TV networks. This includes a majority of Biography programs that air on A&E. ABCNP also
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produces documentaries for the Discovery Channel such as Army Psychological Operations Unit,

Ghengis Khan's Tomb and For the Defense. Recent shows in production include Biographies of James

Beard, John Ritter and George Lucas. Interns do work comparable to that done by production

assistants, with whom the interns will primarily work. Interns are informally assigned to a team,

comprising a producer, associate producer and one or more production assistants. Interns then

support all facets of the production of a cable documentary, including: library research; ABC News

database research; video tape ordering, logging and dubbing and many other documentary-specific

tasks.


ABCNEWS.com


ABCNEWS.com, the 24-hour operation of ABC News, produces text news stories, audio and video and

interactive components while covering breaking news and reporting original features. Web site staffers

also work with TV correspondents to produce network content for the Web site. Departments within

ABCNEWS.com include Editorial (including national and international news, business, science &

technology and entertainment sections), Graphics, Broadband Video, Photo & Graphics and Technical

Production.


WORLD NEWS TONIGHT


Interns will primarily be on site, with the opportunity to participate in field assignments. The summer

will be divided into multi-week sections during which interns will work with staff at all levels, in both

production and editorial departments. Hour-to-hour and day-to-day duties may change but will include

research, materials search and retrieval, other DA/PA responsibilities and administrative support.

Interns will shadow producers, may work off site depending on ability and producer and even

contribute to the Jennings Journal. They may also participate in story pitching and development as

well as help to coordinate and attend interviews.


WEEKEND NEWS


Weekend News is ABC's weekend news program. Anchors Terry Moran and Bob Woodruff bring

viewers all of the latest news on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Interns play an essential role in the

production of the evening news program on Saturdays and Sundays. They are responsible for

managing the flow of information between correspondents and producers. They must remain

levelheaded, but ingenious. Interns who can mix well with others, juggle several tasks at once, are

efficient and act with integrity will have the most success here. Initiative, both through your approach

to tasks and to playing a role in the development of the program, is not only highly respected, but is
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expected as a member of the show. Interns are included in some editorial meetings and in all aspects

of television production.


Weekend News provides interns with valuable behind-the-scenes exposure to the making of a network

news program. Students should display a serious interest in journalism and a sincere desire to learn

more about the business. Although a major in communications is not a requirement, previous

journalism-related internships and either print or broadcast curriculum are strongly suggested. Interns

should demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills as well as an interest in national

and international affairs.


STOSSEL UNIT


The unit produces John Stossel's one-hour ABC specials in addition to weekly segments for the show

20/20. The intern's main responsibility is to support the producers through both clerical and research

related tasks. The Stossel Unit is fairly small so talented interns are heavily relied upon and gain a

hands-on learning experience in multiple facets of production.




A&E Television Networks 
The company has historically provided college students with internship opportunities and we anticipate continuing this
with our 2007 Internship Programs, available during the Spring, Fall, and Summer semesters. To apply, please email
your resume and cover letter to recruitinginterns@aetn.com, and specify your area of interest. Requirements for
consideration include: Applicants must be college undergraduates who are entering junior or senior year or graduate
students having completed at least one semester of post graduate work; students must have a GPA of 3.0 and a
demonstrated interest in the industry and/or specific area of interest (i.e. marketing), as exemplified through past work
experience, internships and/or major course of study. Applicants will interview with both the HR department and the
host department. The Summer Intern Program is a paid internship, while interns working during the Spring and Fall
semesters receive academic credit only.




Atlantic Motion Pictures 
Atlantic Motion Pictures is a creative services production company. We specialize in communication solutions for the
television, theatrical, advertising, internet and e-commerce industries. Patrick Egan, founder and president, began
AMP in 1983 as a company that specialized in the design and production of film animation and motion graphics for
television and theatre. Today, AMP provides creative solutions including strategy, branding, design, and production.

Where will interns work?
NYC

What internship positions are available?
N/A

What is the time commitment?
N/A
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Requirements
N/A

Is this a paid internship?
No

What are the deadlines?
N/A

How to apply:
Email Patrick Egan, President – EFX4TV@aol.com

Web Address:
www.atlanticmotion.com

Email/Contact Information:
EFX4TV@aol.com




CBS News Internship Program 
                                                   (CBS) The CBS News Internship Program is an educational
                                                   program designed for students interested in pursuing a career in
                                                   Journalism, Broadcasting or Communication.

                                                   http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/04/26/broadcasts/main
                                                   613839.shtml


                                                   What cities take interns? New York, Washington, D.C., Los
                                                   Angeles, London and Tokyo. Participants are responsible for
                                                   living arrangements and expenses.

                                                   How many positions are available? Fall and spring take 40
(CBS)
                                                   students and summer takes 80. These numbers are approximate
                                                   and can vary. Each student is assigned on a first-come, first-
                                                   served basis.

                                                    Does the student choose which department he/she wants to
work in? No. Placement is at the sole discretion of the Coordinator.

What is the time commitment? The internship requires a commitment of two full weekdays during the fall and
spring. The summer program is full time over the course of 10 weeks. Hours are typically 10-6, but can vary
depending on the department.

What are the duties? Duties can include logging tapes, coordinating scripts, research, preliminary interviews,
assisting during shoots, selecting footage, viewer mail, and clerical duties.

Who is eligible? Juniors, seniors, and graduate students attending an accredited college are eligible. A variety of
majors qualify including Journalism, Broadcasting, Communication, Public Relations, Marketing, Advertising, English,
International Studies, Political Science and more. Participants must have good computer skills, excellent written and
oral communication abilities, knowledge of current events, and a 3.0 GPA. Students must receive college credit for
the internship.

Is this a paid internship? No.

Am I guaranteed a job if I intern? No. Participation in the internship program is not a guarantee of future
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employment.

When are students notified about the position? The office reviews all submitted applications and contacts
qualified candidates for a phone interview. We do not respond to application status inquiries.

What are the deadlines? Fall/Spring: rolling
Summer: 2/28/07

What paperwork needs to be submitted to apply? CBS must receive written confirmation from your college stating
that you will get credit for the internship. All students are required to get college credit. Applications materials must be
mailed together. To apply, please submit an application, resume, two letters of recommendation, letter of credit from
your university, school transcript and a one-page essay on why you want to work in Broadcast Journalism to:

Katie Curcio
Coordinator, Internship Program
CBS News
524 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
cc5@cbsnews.com

Download application: http://www.cbsnews.com/htdocs/pdf/NEWInternshipApplication.doc




Evening News: (NY & DC) This broadcast covers news reports, features and interviews by CBS News
correspondents covering events throughout the world. Intern must have strong research and computer skills and
knowledge of Lexis-Nexis. Ability to work the phone with contacts and sources, affiliate calls and light clerical work.

60 Minutes: (NY & DC) CBS News magazine with features and investigative reports focusing on people and events
in the news and behind the headlines. Intern must have strong research skills with knowledge in computers and
Lexis-Nexis a must.

48 Hours: (NY) A CBS News magazine that goes behind the headlines to investigate – with cutting-edge style and
journalistic integrity – baffling crimes, heartless scams and compelling real-life dramas. Intern must be organized,
efficient with their time and aggressive. Computer skills and proficiency with Lexis-Nexis required. Strong
interpersonal skills recommended.

The Early Show (NY & DC) A hard-news broadcast with breaking news reports and regular feature segments that
cover business and personal finance, consumer affairs, entertainment, home improvement, lifestyle and health. Intern
must be organized and have strong interpersonal skills. Computer skills helpful.

The Early Show—Audience Recruiting: (NY) This unit is responsible for recruiting audience members for The
Early Show's live plaza segments. Intern responsibilities include attending the broadcast, holding cue cards, working
the concerts on the plaza, and organizing audience for live and taped celebrity interviews. Intern must be outgoing,
people oriented, responsible, assertive and have excellent organization and communication skills.

Sunday Morning: (NY) A news broadcast reviewing events of the preceding week, celebrating human
accomplishments and achievements and journeying through the world of fine art, music, nature, sports, science and
Americana. Student should be organized, have strong interpersonal skills and basic computer knowledge.

Face the Nation: (DC) In this weekly national affairs broadcast, CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob
Schieffer interviews the principal newsmaker(s) of the week. Intern assists with gathering research and videotape,
and works with producers in the control room on the day of air. Candidates should be well organized, efficient, and
have good editorial judgment.

Up to the Minute: (NY) News every half-hour, combined with newsmaker and topical feature interviews, sports,
weather, entertainment and features.

Evening News (Weekend Editions): (NY & DC) This broadcast features reports and interviews by CBS News
correspondents covering events, trends, and issues around the world. Interns must have a strong self-motivated
desire to be part of that news team and be willing to contribute to the final product. After demonstrating their
journalistic talents, interns will be given a chance to co-produce stories for the broadcast. Common sense is required;
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strong research and phone skills are necessary for success in the internship and afterwards.

News Productions: (NY) The production company within CBS News that creates and distributes a diverse mix of
original nonfiction and reality-style programming for domestic and international markets, including network and cable
television, home video, DVD, audio books and in-flight, as well as schools and libraries. CBS News Productions and
CBS Eye Too Productions produce programs across a wide spectrum of genres, from history to science to
entertainment. Intern should have knowledge of logging tapes, research experience and general administrative
duties. Intern must have research and computer skills as well as strong interpersonal skills.

Newspath/Newspath Sports: (NY & DC) This unit is responsible for feeding footage to CBS stations and affiliates.
This 24-hour-a-day news service feeds national and international news, weather, sports, medicine and health reports,
business and consumer news and a broad range of feature stories from around the world. Intern should have strong
written and oral communication skills.

Radio News: (NY & DC) CBS Radio is America's news leader, serving radio stations with hourly newscasts, instant
coverage of breaking stories, special reports, updates, features, customized reports and news feed material. Every
day, millions of Americans rely on CBS Radio News for up-to-the-minute information. Interests in broadcast
journalism, especially radio, a must. Intern should have basic knowledge of computers and be self-starters. Intern
should, also, have fundamental concept of reporting and research.

New Media: (NY) This department is responsible for production of the CBSNews.com Web site. Students should
have an interest in either online journalism, Web design, or Web development. HTML, news writing, and/or Adobe
Photoshop experience a plus. Journalism students will assist in writing and producing stories. Design students will
assist in graphic design for the site.

Press Office: (NY) The press office serves as the liaison between CBS News broadcasts/talent and the media. The
department consists of a vice president and publicists who are responsible for publicizing each of the national news
broadcasts. An internship with the press office is an opportunity to experience public relations in a fast-paced,
professional environment. Intern must be well organized, have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Computer experience a must.

Advertising & Promotion: (NY) This unit produces the advertising and promotions for all news broadcasts, which
includes television, radio, and print promos, as well as affiliate sales tapes. The intern should be interested in
television and film production. Have some technical background. Computer skills helpful.

Broadcast Marketing: (NY) This unit deals with all of the CBS News broadcasts and acts as a liaison between CBS
News and all CBS affiliates. An intern assigned to this unit must have a great phone manner and be able to juggle
several projects at one time. The ideal candidate must be interested in marketing, production and have some sales
ability. Depending on skills, an intern will have an opportunity to learn how to book and produce satellite tours and
edit excerpts and promos for affiliate use on our Avid. At the same time the candidate must be a self-starter, patient,
capable of handling various clerical assignments and must enjoy being a team player. There is a certain amount of
typing, research and photocopying. The Intern should have skills in marketing, enjoy writing and not be adverse to
pitching in where needed.

CBS News on Logo (NY): News for MTV Network's cable channel for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender
community. CBS News on Logo interns will have the opportunity to write, produce, edit and use electronic
newsgathering equipment. Strong writing skills a must. Knowledge of the LGBT community preferred.

Interns for the Los Angeles bureau are hired as needed. The London and Tokyo bureaus hire only one to two
students per semester. Please note — students interested in the Tokyo bureau must be fluent in Japanese. Interns
assist the staff with the daily duties and functions of the particular bureau. Intern must have strong written and oral
communication skills. Intern must have computer knowledge and excellent research skills.




Element Productions 
Element Productions is one of Boston’s premiere high-end film and video production companies. We offer a wide
variety of services to an extensive list of clients and are always in need of intelligent, motivated interns. Get a chance
to work on commercials, shorts, videos, and features.
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Location: Boston

Intern Responsibilities: Help producers in the office, run errands (picking up clients, equipment, etc.) and assist some
of Boston’s most experienced production crews on shoots. Post-Production internship: digitizing, logging footage,
assembly, quality control and dubbing.

Time: Fall, Spring, Summer. Be able to commit a minimum of two days a week.

Requirements: Valid driver’s license is strongly recommended. No previous experience is necessary. Email cover
letter and resume.

Paid? No. Occasional compensation for days on set.

Deadlines: N/A

How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to Aoife Millar at aoife@element.cc

Web Address: www.element.cc



EpandMedia 
EpandMedia provides creative and logistical advertising support to leading consultants for political and public
advocacy campaigns and corporate communications. EpandMedia’s television and radio services range from
research, conceptualization, scripting, production and editing to media planning and buying.

Location: NYC

Intern Responsibilities: N/A

Time: N/A

Requirements: N/A

Paid? N/A

Deadlines: N/A

How to apply: send resumes to Michael Hansen at mhansen@epandmedia.com

Web Address: www.epandmedia.com



ESPN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:  
Where will interns work?
NYC or Bristol, CT

What internship positions are available?
N/A

What is the time commitment?
Fall – September to December, 12 weeks @ 25 hrs/week;
Spring – January to April, 12 weeks @ 25 hrs/week;
Summer – May to August, 12 weeks @ 40 hrs/week

Requirements
Good academic standing, full time student, have completed sophomore or junior year, matriculated in relevant
bachelor’s or graduate degree program
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Is this a paid internship?
Yes. Students earn an hourly salary and are provided with housing assistance subsidy

What are the deadlines?
N/A

How to apply?
Go to: http://joinourteam.espn.com/joinourteam/college_relations.html

Web Address:
http://joinourteam.espn.com/joinourteam/college_relations.html

Email: N/A



11. How do I apply for an internship at FOX News Channel?

FOX News is committed to training the next generation of journalists. Get a head start in your career and an unfair
advantage in the job market with an FNC internship.

To be considered forward your resume to:
FOX News Channel
Dept. of Human Resources
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
Fax: 212-301-8588
E-mail: Resume@foxnews.com

* You must receive school credit for your internship to be considered.

 
GTN Pictures 
GTN Pictures works in film, television, and the corporate and not-for-profit milieu. GTN tailors its services to the
individual needs of its clients, providing anything from camera-work to direction, from budgeting to complete
production oversight, from consulting and concept development to script-writing.

Location: NYC

Intern Responsibilities: N/A

Time: Internships available throughout the year

Requirements: N/A

Paid? N/A

Deadlines: N/A

How to apply: Send resume and cover letter to George T. Nierenberg at george@gtnpictures.com

Web Address: www.gtnpictures.com
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HBO 
Where will interns work?
N/A

What internship positions are available?
Corporate and Media Relations, Creative Services, Film Programming, HBO en Espanol, HBO NYC, HBO Sports,
HBO’s Corporate Newsletter, HBO Home Video, World Championship Boxing, Real Sports with Bryant Gumble,
Wimbledon

What is the time commitment?
Minimum of three days a week for a minimum of ten weeks

Requirements
N/A

Is this a paid internship?
No. Internships must be taken for course credit. Upon completion of the work, each intern will receive a $500
stipend. Proof of college credit is required.

What are the deadlines?
N/A

How to apply?
Go to: http://www.homeboxoffice.com/cmp/job.interns.shtml

Web Address:
http://www.homeboxoffice.com/cmp/job.interns.shtml

Email/Contact Information:
HBO Human Resources
      th
1100 6 Ave.
New York, NY 10036

HBO Human Resources
2049 Century Park E.
Suite 4100
Los Angeles, CA 90067




Late Show with David Letterman 
Where will interns work?
New York City


How many positions are available?
N/A


What is the time commitment?
Three sessions: Fall (August – December), Spring (December – May), Summer (May – August).
Monday through Friday, 10AM – 7PM

What internship positions are available?
Research, Talent, Production, Writers, Writers’ Production, Music

Who is eligible?
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                  Everyone

                  Is this a paid internship?
                  No. Interns must receive college credit for their participation in the program


                  What are the deadlines?
                  Fall Session: June 1
                  Spring Session: October 1
                  Summer Session: March 1


                  What paperwork needs to be submitted to apply?
                  FAX a resume and cover letter to:

                  Janice Penino
                  Director, Human Resources
                  Late Show with David Letterman
                  212-975-4734

                  Contact email: N/A


                  Web Address: http://www.cbs.com/latenight/lateshow/show_info/faq/




MTV Networks



Nickelodeon Animation Studio Internship Program – Burbank, California

An internship at Nicktoons can launch you on an exciting, fun-filled career in children's entertainment.
Love cartoons? So do we! Like to wear a suit? You're in the wrong place! Nicktoons produces such
programs as Sponge Bob Square Pants, Avatar, Cat Scratch, Danny Phantom, and Oh Yeah
Cartoons. An internship in our studio is a hands on experience.

Nickelodeon Animation Studio has internships available in the following departments:

Production/Post Production                     Casting
Development                                    Administration/Special Events
Human Resources                                Business and Legal Affairs


INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION:
MTV Networks is currently seeking motivated interns who enjoy working in a fast paced environment.
MTVN has exciting positions open in departments such as Ad Sales, Marketing, Human Resources,
Finance, Legal, Casting, Animation, MTV Series Development, VH1 Original Programming and
Development, VH1 Motion Picture Development, Music and Talent Relations. Some duties include:
general office duties, projects, tape dubbing, script coverage, working on the set and internet research.
This is an excellent opportunity to get hands-on experience in the entertainment and animation industry.
Our internship program runs year round and we accept resumes for the Fall, Spring and Summer
semesters. We take all college class levels from Freshmen to Seniors at both undergraduate and
graduate levels and ALL majors.

Candidate Eligiblity:

    •    Students must be registered for an internship for academic credit with their college or university,
         and must provide official documentation upon acceptance of this internship.
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    •    Open to college upperclassmen (juniors/seniors) and eligible sophomores.
    •    Must be available to intern 2-3 days per week for about 16-30 hours a week. Hours are flexible.
    •    The Program runs during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND A RESUME AND COVER LETTER INDICATING THE SEMESTER YOU
ARE APPLYING FOR AND THE AREA(S) OF INTEREST: (MS Word attachments only or cut and
paste resume in an email message).

Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Recruitment Office
231 West Olive Avenue
Burbank, CA 91502
EMAIL: internships@nick.com




MTV Networks Internship Program – Santa Monica, California

Looking for a place where you can be creative? Where you can realize your potential? MTV
Networks is a cutting-edge company that nurtures talent and encourages its interns to succeed!

INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION:
MTV Networks is currently seeking motivated interns who enjoy working in a fast paced environment.
MTVN has exciting positions open in departments such as Ad Sales, Marketing, Human Resources,
Finance, Legal, Casting, Animation, MTV Series Development, VH1 Original Programming and
Development, VH1 Motion Picture Development, Music and Talent Relations. Some duties include:
general office duties, projects, tape dubbing, script coverage, working on the set and internet research.
This is an excellent opportunity to get hands-on experience in the entertainment and animation industry.
Our internship program runs year round and we accept resumes for the Fall, Spring and Summer
semesters. We take all college class levels from Freshmen to Seniors at both undergraduate and
graduate levels and ALL majors.

INTERNSHIP QUALIFICATIONS:
Students must be registered in an internship credit course concurrently with the semester in which the
internship will take place. This is a NON-PAID internship. Students must possess general office and
computer skills and be Internet savvy; must have strong communication skills (both verbal and written)
and organizational skills. Students should be able to intern 2-3 days per week for about 16-30 hours a
week. Hours are flexible. The ideal intern will be a team player, energetic, self-motivated, creative, and
responsible, have a passion for music or entertainment and be willing to work hard. Business hours for
MTV Networks are M-F 9:00am to 6:00pm.

HOW TO APPLY:

Fax resume to: (310) 752-8811 or E-mail to: sm.internships@mtvstaff.com

Mail to: MTV Networks
2600 Colorado Ave., 3rd Floor
Santa Monica, CA 90404
ATTN: Human Resources - Internship Program




MTVN Networks Latin America Internship Program – Miami Beach, Florida

MTV Networks Latin America consists of three channels, MTV, Nickelodeon and VH-1 Latin America.
MTV Latin America is the world's first 24-hour Spanish-language network specifically for young adults
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whose roots extend to both U.S. and Latin cultures. Not only is Nickelodeon broadcast to kids in the U.S.,
U.K., and Australia, but in December of 1996 the channel also launched to kids in Latin America. VH-1
targets the 25-49 Year Old Audience and Celebrates Pop Culture and Music through original
programming hits. Our networks are on the lookout for bright, creative students to participate in our
internship program. Our internships are designed to offer students an opportunity to gain insight into the
television industry. Interns obtain hands-on experience by working in jobs related to their career fields and
by interacting with professionals in on-the-job situations.

CANDIDATE ELIGIBILITY:
Our internships are available to all college students who are able to receive school credit and who are
studying and interested in the following areas: studio production and programming, on-air graphics, off-air
print, wardrobe, marketing, communications, finance, information technologies, law, and on-line. The
internships are available throughout the year and we work with the student to determine how many days
a week they are able to intern (usually 2-3 days per week for about 20-30 hours). Students must be
registered for an internship for academic credit with their college or university, and must provide
official documentation on school letterhead confirming this information. Below is a complete listing
of our requirements.


1)    Cover Letter & Resume
      Letter on school letterhead confirming you are registered for an internship class which
2)
      provides academic credit
3)    Two letters of recommendation (could be from an employer, advisor or professor)
4)    Transcripts (can be unofficial)
      Since most of our business takes place within the Latin American region, we require that
5)
      candidates possess strong Spanish written and verbal communication skills


TO APPLY, PLEASE FAX REQUIRED PAPERWORK OR SEND A RESUME AND COVER LETTER
INDICATING THE SEMESTER YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND THE AREA(S) OF INTEREST TO:

            MTV Networks Latin America
            Internship Program
            1111 Lincoln Road, 6th floor
            Miami Beach, FL 33139
            FAX: 305-535-3811
            EMAIL: internship@mtvstaff.com



MTV Networks Internship Program – New York, New York

MTV Networks has internships available in the following departments:

Affiliate Sales & Marketing                National Advertising Sales
Animation                                  On-Air Graphics (motion graphics)
Business Development                       Planning & Design
Business and Legal Affairs                 Production
Communications                             Production Management
Consumer Products                          Programming
Creative Services                          Promotion
Development                                Public Affairs
Editorial                                  Radio Network
Finance                                    Research
Human Resources                            Special Events
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Home Video                                  Talent and Artist Relations
International                               Travel Management
IS&T                                        Web Design
Marketing                                   Wardrobe
Candidate Eligibility:
· Students must be registered for an internship for academic credit with their college or university, and
must provide official documentation upon acceptance of this internship.
· Open to college upperclassmen (juniors/seniors) and eligible sophomores.
· Must be available at least 2 full days a week for a minimum of 10 weeks (no weekends).
· The Program runs during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.
· Application dates for resume submissions are rolling. Except Summer - We begin accepting resumes
December 1st and the cut off date for resume submission is April 1st.

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND A RESUME AND COVER LETTER INDICATING THE SEMESTER YOU
ARE APPLYING FOR AND THE AREA(S) OF INTEREST: (MS Word attachments only or cut and
paste resume in an email message).

         MTV Networks Internship Program
         1515 Broadway – 30th floor
         New York, NY 10036
         FAX: 212-846-1320
         EMAIL: internships@mtvn.com



MTV Networks Internship Program – Nashville, TN

How would you like to spend a semester with Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill and Rascal Flatts? CMT
(Country Music Television) and MTV Networks – Nashville invites you to apply for an internship
with America’s No. 1 Country music network. Our blend of cutting-edge music videos, creative
original programming and incredible concert events has made CMT the nation’s fastest growing
cable network. Nashville offers internships to students who wish to learn more about making
ground-breaking television and what it takes to write for and maintain one of the most visited
websites (CMT.com) on the internet.

INTERNSHIP QUALIFICATIONS:
MTV Networks - Nashville is currently in search of motivated students who excel in a fast paced
environment. Students who are in or entering their Junior to Senior year at an accredited college or
university, or students seeking their graduate degree are encouraged to apply. You are required to
provide proof of college credit eligibility. All of our opportunities are unpaid, credit-only positions. Each
opportunity in our internship listing provides the exact major, experience and number of hours that the
internship requires. The ideal intern will be energetic, creative, have a positive attitude and a passion for
country music.

TO APPLY:
Send an email to: employment@cmt.com. In your subject line write: Internship packet request. A few
days after you send your email, you will receive a return email containing an application, guidelines for
the program and a list of opportunities.

Fax your completed application (including all required documents) to: Human Resources, 615-335-
8614 or mail to CMT/MTVN Nashville, 330 Commerce Street, Nashville, TN 37201 ATTN: Internship
Program.




mtvU Fellowships
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mtvU is proud to announce the search for their first two mtvU Fellows. Two students, at the
forefront of digital media and online gaming, will have the chance of a lifetime: to create and
design original content at MTV.
Go to http://www.mtvu.com/jobs/summer_fellowship/ to learn more.




NBC 
INTERNSHIPS - LA & NY AREA
Where will interns work?
Los Angeles
New York City

What internship positions are available?
Several
Go to: http://nbcunicareers.com/internships/ny_internships/index.shtml

What is the time commitment?
Varies

Requirements
Students who are committed to a career in media/broadcasting through experiences in their major studies, college
clubs/organizations, prior media based internships or prior media work experience. Grade point average, community
service, and leadership experience are also an important part of the total assessment of student applicants.
Sophomore standing or above

Is this a paid internship?
N/A

What are the deadlines?
N/A

What paperwork needs to be submitted to apply?
https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/selectresume.asp

Contact email:
N/A

Web Address:
http://nbcunicareers.com/internships/la_ny_area/




WNBC 4 Internship Program  
Where will interns work?
NYC, Long Island, Moonachie, NJ

What internship positions are available?
Local News Departments: Weekend Today in New York, Consumer Unit (Roseanne Colletti and Ask Asa),
Assignment Desk @ News 4, Planning Unit, Investigative Unit, Political Unit, Medical Units (Dr. Max Gomez), Sports
(Len Berman, Bruce Beck, Otis Livingston), Meteorology (Janice Huff, John Marshall, Chris Cimino, Joe Moreno),
various reporters/anchors, Creative Services (promotions/productions), Public Affairs, Press and Publicity,
Marketing/Research
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What is the time commitment?
January – May (Spring)
May – August (Summer)
September – December (Fall)

Requirements
Enrolled at an accredited four or five-year college or university; able to provide proof of credit from your college or
university prior to starting your assignment; on track to receive a bachelor or advanced degree from a college or
university; currently of sophomore standing or above.

Is this a paid internship?
No. Reasonable transportation reimbursement per month.

What are the deadlines?
N/A

How to apply?
Email your cover letter and resume to Millie.Quiles@nbc.com

Web Address: http://www.wnbc.com/station/1169464/detail.html

Millie.Quiles@nbc.com
WNBC 4 College Internship Program Leader
30 Rockefeller Plaza, Room 687E
New York, NY 10112
Fax: 212/664-6002



Internships At NBC 10 
Where will interns work?
Philadelphia

What internship positions are available?
At NBC 10, labor contracts prevent interns from performing union duties. These duties include news writing, working
with technical equipment and directing. While "hands on" experience is not available, you'll be able to observe and
get to know a group of very talented broadcast professionals who have many years of experience and a willingness
to share their knowledge. If you're interested in gaining "hands on" experience, we advise you to seek internships at
stations with less restrictions.

What is the time commitment?
Four internship sessions yearly. Each session runs 13 weeks.

Requirements
To be eligible for an NBC 10 Internship, you must be registered as a Junior, Senior, or graduate student in good
standing at an accredited college or university. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS! The registration must apply for the
full duration of the internship.
You must receive university or college credit for participating in this program. AGAIN, NO EXCEPTIONS! The amount
of course credit to be earned is determined and verified by your school. To receive course credit, you must comply
with all school requirements as well as all NBC 10 requirements. Be fully aware of your school's internship
requirements before applying for the NBC 10 Internship Program.
Most NBC 10 departments require students to work 35.40 hours per week during the internship. Some part-time
opportunities with a minimum of 20 hours per week are also available.

Is this a paid internship?
NO

What are the deadlines?
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N/A

How to apply?
Complete NBC 10 Internship application - http://www.nbc10.com/station/4349069/detail.html
After submitting the internship application you will be presented with a Course Credit Verification form that your
school internship coordinator or advisor must complete and return to NBC 10.
Submit completed application, including Credit Verification and a copy of your resume to:
Director of Press and Community Relations
NBC10/WCAU Philadelphia
10 Monument Road
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Web Address:    http://www.nbc10.com/station/1233958/detail.html




NBC 30 Internship Program 
Where will interns work?
West Hartford, CT

What internship positions are available?
N/A

What is the time commitment?
Spring, Fall, Summer semesters

Requirements
To be eligible for an NBC 30 internships, you must be registered as a junior, senior, or graduate student in good
standing at an accredited college or university. There are not exceptions. The registration must apply for the full
duration of the internship.

Is this a paid internship?
No. You must receive university or college credit.

What are the deadlines?
Dec. 1, for spring semester;
Aug. 1 for fall semester;
April 15, for summer semester

How to apply:
Complete an NBC 30 Internship application and Course Credit Verification.
Application: http://images.ibsys.com/2004/1118/3929708.pdf
Course Credit Verification: http://html.nbc10.com/includes/structure/pdfs/internap2.pdf
Send application, Course Credit Verification, and a copy of your resume to:
Personal Administrator
NBC 30/WVIT
1422 New Britain Avenue
West Harford, CT 06110

Email: N/A

Web Address:
://www.nbc30.com/station/1285491/detail.html
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"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" gives out several internships each semester (and summer) in various
departments in the show (research, writing, etc.) They generally last one semester. Applicants should be
currently enrolled college students and should send a resume' and coverletter to: Mr. Chris Deluca "Late
Night With Jimmy Fallon" NBC 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York City, NY 10112 Phone: 212 - 664 - 3737
You can expect to do a lot of drudgework and gopher duties. There is usually nothing glamorous about
your jobs. Stocking refrigerators and getting lunch are fairly common duties. However, on the plus side,
you get a lot of backstage experience with the show. You get to meet guests and deal with the stars on a
daily basis. Many people who work for the show were former interns. There is even a small chance of
being featured on the show itself in a bit part. "Hey, no interns in the dressing rooms. Why don't you go
find a warm place and go screw yourselves?" -- David Letterman to Conan O'Brien




Dateline

To be eligible for this unpaid internship, you should be an
undergraduate who has completed at least one year of school and will
receive academic credit. You should also be able to work a minimum
of three days during the school year and five days during the summer
to get the maximum benefit from this internship.


Hours are generally 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. Students will have an
opportunity to see, firsthand, how a major news magazine program is
produced. Some of the intern duties include:


logging tapes
dubbing tapes
preliminary research on assigned topics, working closely with
producers
some clerical work; ie, phones, mail, etc. when needed
Assignments can and will vary, depending on the show needs, so a
good attitude and flexibility are appreciated! Interest in news highly
desirable.
If you have an interest in publishing/literature specifically, please
clearly note this on your application. This specific assignment will
focus on this area only.
If you have an interest in directing/day-of-air production specifically,
please clearly note this on your application. This specific assignment
will focus on this area only, not editorial.


If you are interested in being a Dateline intern, please watch a
Dateline program of your choosing and send a one or two page
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critique of the show you watched, along with a cover letter and
resume, to:


Internship Program Coordinator
Dateline NBC
30 Rockefeller Plaza, NY, NY 10112


You will be contacted after receipt of the material. Please note the
following timetable for applying:


Summer: applications accepted January 1 through March 15;
Fall: applications accepted June 1 through August 15;
Spring: applications accepted September 1 through December l5


Internships generally last two to three months, depending on your
school schedule. There is flexibility in scheduling.


This information applies to those interested in our Washington, D.C.
and Burbank bureaus, as well. Your application materials will be
forwarded to the proper person at each bureau.
We look forward to hearing from you.


Students interested in applying for an internship at MSNBC
should mail, fax, or email a resume and cover letter specifying
which internship you are interested in to:


MSNBC
Internship Coordinator
One MSNBC Plaza
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Fax: (201) 583-5575

Email:           Internships@msnbc.com
Application deadlines:
Spring: November 1st
Summer: March 1st
Fall: July 1st
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Are you a News Junkie? Do you need a daily fix of Politics and Current
Events? Then why not intern with NBC News on Cable 24/7, MSNBC?
As an intern with MSNBC you’ll have the unique opportunity to be a
real part of a cable news network. You’ll also gain the kind of
experience that great careers are built on, giving you the edge in a
competitive industry.


What We Require
MSNBC’s Internship program offers college students the opportunity to
take a first step into the broadcasting industry. MSNBC Interns are
unpaid and therefore must be:


   •   Enrolled at an accredited four or five-year college or university.
   •   Able to provide proof of credit from your college or university
       prior to starting your assignment.
   •   On track to receive a bachelor or advanced degree from a
       college or university.


MSNBC looks for students who are committed to a career in
media/broadcasting through experiences in their major studies,
college clubs/organizations, prior media based internships or prior
media work experience. Grade point average, community service, and
leadership experience are also an important part of the total
assessment of student applicants.


The student may work during the fall, spring, or Summer College
semesters full-time or part-time based on student availability and
department/show needs.


All internships are located in Secaucus, NJ unless otherwise stated.


Newsroom Internship
Selected Intern will be part of a team and will complete tasks assigned
by the Senior Producer. This candidate will work closely with the
team’s Producers and will perform various Production Assistant
functions such as: answering phones, logging tape, researching story
ideas, printing scripts, retrieving tapes and working within the Tape
Dept. Knowledge of politics, history and current events is required. All
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interns will walk away with a good understanding as to how a LIVE
newscast gets from conception to air.


Primetime Intern
Research & help work on production elements for our live talk oriented
programming. Selected candidates will work with Producers to produce
key elements of the show such as graphics, tape-cuts and scripts.
Control Room experience will allow the selected candidate to gain
factual knowledge of the fast paced environment. Some television
experience an asset. Knowledge of politics, history and current events
is required. This is an ideal position for a quick learner who is detail
oriented, can handle him or herself well under pressure, and is used to
juggling many tasks at once. There are several positions located in our
DC Bureau for the "Primetime Intern", please specify.


“Imus in the Morning” Internship
During this hands on internship, selected intern will assist in the pre-
production of the Imus program and log live programs and pieces.
Intern should be dedicated and be willing to work early morning hours
(5:30am-noon). Intern can expect to gain intensive experience in live
television production, remote cameras and video editing.


Marketing Intern
Will provide assistance in marketing, research, copy-editing,
scheduling and listings. Will work with VP of Marketing, Advertising
and Promotion in developing marketing strategies and third party
partnerships for the network. Will gain valuable insight and marketing
skills to on-air as well as off-channel advertising. Minimum 3 days per
week, Marketing Major preferred.


Production Intern
Will assist producers, production assistants, and coordinators with
research, screening & logging of tapes. Will gain hands on experience
and knowledge of all components of creating on-air promotion
including writing, research, editing and audio. Minimum 3 days per
week, RTF/ Communications Majors w/television coursework
preferred.
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Audio Post Production Internship
Will assist in daily tracking of voice over announcers, music searches,
cutting music down for length, music dubbing, post production and
sound to picture (effects), sweetening. Primary use of Pro Tools music
editing system, scenaria mixing console, beta decks, and dat
recorders. Minimum 3 days per week.


Strategic Operations Internship
Selected Intern will provide assistance in audience research, for
MSNBC. Duties will include: compilation and analysis of Nielsen
audience data for MSNBC & its competitors. Ideal candidate should be
a self-starter and a quick learner, as well as organized and detail-
oriented. Person should possess excellent interpersonal and writing
skills and have an interest in the business side of television.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office products including: Excel, Word and
PowerPoint necessary. Background in mathematics or statistics
helpful.


Human Resources Internship
Selected intern will assist a team of HR recruiters and managers in
bringing in and maintaining top talent at MSNBC cable. Duties will
consist of assisting recruiters with research, job postings, and
screening of candidates. In addition selected candidate will be exposed
to and assist in the everyday functions of MSNBC’s HR team. Ideal
candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office and possess excellent
interpersonal and writing skills.


Media Relations Internship
Duties for this internship include screening tapes, updating and
creating press lists, answering phones, distribution of press clips,
filing, helping to research upcoming MSNBC programs for releases.
Intern should have an interest in Media Relations, good writing skills,
an outgoing personality, and some prior experience in a professional
environment. Intern can gain a complete knowledge of how a Media
Relations Department works. This will include the ability to write a
press release, edit information and field calls from the press.
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On-Air Graphics Internship
Intern will assist in the research and creation of graphics for all
MSNBC programs. Help the artists and researchers by finding graphic
elements for future use. Intern should have knowledge of basic
computer skills. PhotoShop and Internet experience is a plus. Student
should have an interest in electronic graphics. Interest in news and
current events. Intern will get hands on experience with the latest
graphics equipment and software. The Intern will observe and help to
create graphics that will be used on-air.


Technical Operations Internship
MSNBC is pleased to offer various opportunities for students to work
and learn the “behind the scenes” aspects of Live Television News
Production at our Secaucus, NJ facility. Selected interns will be able to
complete a customizable internship that focuses in one, or several, of
the following areas: Editing (cuts-only, Avid, Online and Non-Linear),
Studio Operations (Camera, Stage Managing, Teleprompter, Studio
Lighting), Control Room Operations (Technical Director, Audio, Video,
Playback, Electronic Graphics), and Remote Operations (Live Shot
coordination, Satellite/Fiber feeds, field logistics). Candidate should
have production course work in related areas of interest or relevant
experience, and must receive academic credit for the internship.
MSNBC interns will receive hands-on instruction with staff supervision.


Today Show


TODAY strongly supports the NBC Internship program.


TODAY interns will work closely with staff, assisting with preliminary
research on assigned topics, logging tapes, dubbing tapes and all
facets of production as needed.


To be eligible, students should be undergraduates who will receive
academic credit for this internship. Internships are unpaid, but there is
a stipend for reasonable commutation costs.


We are actively recruiting for the following semesters:
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Autumn (September-December)
Spring (January-May)


There is also flexibility with school semesters and scheduling.


If you are interested in applying for an internship with TODAY, please
send a cover letter and resume to:


Ada Famulari
Program Manager
TODAY
30 Rockefeller Plaza, Room 375 E6
New York, New York 10112




Plum TV 
Plum TV® is taking a fresh look at television. If we're where you live year round, or somewhere you visit to relax, we
are a part of the places you love. For visitors, Plum is part of your vacation, bringing good ideas for how to get the
most out of your stay and more out of life. But every day of the year, Plum is the local homepage: the first channel to
turn to for vital information. If you want to know where the fish are biting, or how to avoid the traffic, what the weather
is doing in your area right now, or what movies and shows, action and events are taking place tonight, Plum brings
you the local lowdown from where you are, never beamed in from a nearby city.

The majority of Plum's programming is made in and about our hometowns, a live daily morning show unique to each
area brings your famous and fascinating neighbors into your home. Local artists and journalists, newsmakers and
lawmakers, sports stars, stylists, superstars, restaurateurs and raconteurs that make up these extraordinary
communities bring an honest, refreshing take on questions big and small, issues global and local and always a fair
and balanced debate. So whether you are a long time resident or recent newcomer, Plum is the place to meet your
neighbors, try new things, learn something you didn't know about the place you live, participate in your community,
and appreciate the highest quality in dedicated local television.

Where will interns work?
Aspen, Telluride, the Hamptons, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Vail

What internship positions are available?
Production of live TV, documentaries, arts series, political talk, news gathering

What is the time commitment?
Summer (May – August)
Fall (September – December)
Spring (January-April)

Requirements
Willingness and ability to learn various technical skills; knowledge of FinalCut Pro, shooting and lighting is a plus, but
a willingness and commitment to learn is absolutely necessary; ability to communicate with various community
members to get content

Is this a paid internship?
No. You must receive college credit

What are the deadlines?
Summer – March 20
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Fall – August 15
Spring – November 15

How to apply:
Send cover letter (it is imperative to indicate your dates of availability to ensure you are put in the correct applicant
pool); resume; response in no more than 500 words to one of the following questions: What impact has TV had on
contemporary thought and culture? How do you envision the future of television in the new Millennium?
Demo Tape/Additional Materials if applicable to:
Internship Program
Plum
419 Lafayette Street
 th
7 Floor
New York, NY 10003

Web Address:
www.plumtv.com

Email/Contact Information:
Interns@plumtv.com



Rainbow Media  
http://www.rainbow-media.com/career/index.html

Rainbow Media Holdings LLC is a subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE: CVC). Rainbow Media creates
and manages some of the country's most compelling and dynamic entertainment brands including popular national and
regional television channels AMC, fuse, The Independent Film Channel (IFC), WE tv, and two FSN affiliated regional sports
networks managed by Rainbow Sports Networks. The company also manages Mag Rack and sportskool, two original on-
demand networks; VOOM HD Networks, the largest and most diverse suite of high definition channels available anywhere;
IFC Entertainment, its film distribution, production and exhibition division; Rainbow Advertising Sales Corporation, its
advertising sales division; and Rainbow Network Communications, its full service network programming origination and
distribution company.

Our headquarters are located in Jericho, New York with offices throughout the United States.

If you are interested in an Internship, go to: http://www.rainbow-media.com/career/index.html




Turner Internships 
Where will interns work?
Atlanta

What internship positions are available?
Internships are available in the following areas: CNN, Turner Entertainment Networks, TBS International, Turner
Network Sales, Turner Sports, Turner Broadcasting Corporate Offices, CNN Newsource Sales

What is the time commitment?
Spring – January to April;
Fall – September to December;
Summer – May to August

Requirements
College junior, senior, grad student, strong academic record, good character, three references

Is this a paid internship?
No
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What are the deadlines?
Spring – December 29, 2007, Fall – August 24, Summer - April 13

How to apply?
Go to: http://www.timewarner.com/corp/careers/

Web Address: http://www.turner.com/careers/internships.html

Email: N/A




Windfall Productions 
Ralph J. Mole', President and Executive Producer of Windfall Productions, is the most diverse, independent
producer/director in the freelance sports marketplace today. A career spanning 34 years began in educational TV as
producer/director with New York Archdiocesan Television in the early 1970's. Mole's early association with ESPN
earned him two Ace awards for production of the WCT Tennis Championships in 1980 and Davis Cup Tennis Finals
in 1981. Windfall Productions' 27-year relationship with ESPN continues to this day. Occasionally breaking away from
executive duties at Windfall Productions, ESPN calls upon Mole' to direct action sports coverage of Summer , Winter
and Global X Games . These events showcase Skateboarding, BMX Bikes, Inline Skating, Motorcycle Freestyle,
Speed Climbing, Snowboarding and Snowmobile Racing. Windfall Productions has maintained Olympic production
credentials by producing several US Olympic Sports Festivals, Junior Olympics and Senior Games , as well as
Special Olympics, World University and Masters Games during the 1980s and 1990s.

Location: Tenafly, NJ

Intern Responsibilities: N/A

Time: Internships available throughout the year

Requirements: College undergraduates interested in all phases of television and media production

Deadlines: N/A

How to apply: send resume to jobs@windfalltv.com or send a fax to (201) 871-1656

Web Address: www.windfalltv.com
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Radio

Jobs at ABC Radio

College Internship - Promotions


   Job Type:                   College Internships

   Location:                   New York, , NY

   Contact Email:              nyradiojobs@abc.com

   Contact Fax Number:         (212) 613-8956

   Job Requirements:           Undergraduate and graduate college students interested in a career in
                               radio, promotions, marketing or advertising.

   Job Details:

   America's most listened to Newstalk Radio Station is looking for qualified candidates to assist the
   marketing / promotion department. Undergraduate and graduate college students are needed to help
   WABC with planning and executing on-air contests, station marketing events and sales promotions.
   Interns will assist with prize winner and contest fulfillment and aid in our public relations needs. Some
   involvement with updating wabcradio.com is possible. Interns will help plan, attend and interact with
   listeners at on-site radio station events in the Tri-State area. Candidates should be available for 2
   days during the week and possibly weekends.

   College credit must be earned. Send cover letter and resume to apply.

   For Spring Semester, apply by January 15th
   For Summer Semester, apply by May 15th
   For Fall Semester, apply by September 15th




WFAN

INTERNSHIPS

* Marketing/Promotions Department
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Sports Radio 66 WFAN is currently accepting applications for internships in the Marketing/Promotions Department.
The internship is non-paying and candidates must be currently enrolled college students receiving credits for the
internship. Eligible candidates must be available an average of 20 hours per week including some nights and
weekends. The internship is hands on and offers experience in creating and executing radio station promotions.
Eligible candidates should have an interest in sports, radio and marketing/promotions.

NO CALLS. FAX COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO: 718-392-1242 or e-mail wfanpromotions@wfan.com.




G Rock Radio Internship Program
Press Communications, WHTG-
AM/FM, Neptune, NJ
POSITION TITLE: Unpaid Intern

DEPARTMENT: Various, but mostly Promotions. We also have an internship available in our
News Department!

REPORTS TO: Human Resources, Internship Coordinator/Sales Asst.

PREREQUISITES:

College students applying for an internship must be able to receive credit from their college or
university for this unpaid internship. After being hired, and before they can begin working,
students must provide a letter on their college or university’s letterhead stating that they will
receive credit for this internship.

CONTACT:

Please send your resume, cover letter, and dates available to:

 Press Communications, LLC
 Human Resources
 PO Box 2069,
 Ocean, NJ 07712
 or fax: 732-751-1726
 or email



ESSENTIAL INTERNSHIP FUNCTIONS:

       Assisting Advertising Manager in preparing media kits for distribution to potential advertisers;
       Preparing multimedia presentations to potential advertisers using Arbitron, Radio Advertising
        Bureau and Scarborough information.
       Utilizing internet and standard resources to develop and qualify potential advertisers
       Assist the Advertising Manager with budgeting and tracking of sales and projections
       Accompanying advertising account executives on client presentations when available
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      Implementing nontraditional advertising programs as available
      Assisting Sales Account Executives with preparation of media one-pieces
       (layout/design/general ideas) and proposals for advertisers;
      Assisting Marketing Acct. Exec. With various ratings reports, compiled from a program called
       "Maximizer." They will learn how radio ratings work, and why they are so important to every
       radio station. And, Mapmaker;
      Assisting Promotions Director and Promotions Department employees in all aspects of
       promotions department, which may include: attending station events (non-alcohol events);
       interacting with public; entering listener information in station database; sending e-mails to
       listeners; creating winner sheets for use by deejays for on-air contests; compiling winner
       information, and filing appropriately; making runs to various stores to choose promotional
       items for use at on-site events; maintaining station prize closet; maintaining inventory in
       station van for on-site events; securing prizes; creating contest entry forms, etc.; carrying
       equipment, providing support to talent & staff; assisting promotions coordinator in contest
       fulfillment, mailings, and correspondence; maintaining van & station banners
      Assisting Sales Asst. with daily faxing of commercial times to advertisers;
      Assisting Program Director with filing of new cds; assisting Music Director with preparation of
       station play list for distribution to record companies, etc.;
      Assisting Traffic Dept. with logging of commercials;
      Assisting Production Dept. with recording of commercials; possible voice overs, or sound
       effects. Obtaining music from stores or on-line for use in commercial or promotion production;
      Assisting Continuity Coordinator in writing of commercial copy for advertiser approval.;
      Assisting on-air jocks with preparation of traffic reports and filling out winner sheets for on-air
       giveaways




105.7 the Hawk – New Jersey’s Home of Classic Rock




If you’re a college student looking for hands-on experience in radio, 105.7 The Hawk is offering
exciting internships in promotions, news and advertising! Work with real radio professionals on
real radio projects as you network, build your resume and gain valuable experience you just can’t
find in a classroom!

You must receive college credit for your internship!


Promotions: Work side by side with your favorite DJ's in state-of-the-art facilities and represent
105.7 The Hawk at station events! You must be able to have fun and enjoy meeting new people!
Night and weekend work will be required. It's a great opportunity to learn many different aspects
of radio, limited only by your initiative!

E-mail Promotions Director kevin.collins@mrgnj.com and write INTERNSHIP in the subject
line!
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News: Take an active role with Millennium’s award-winning news team! You’ll accompany
field reporters on assignments, write copy, gather and edit audio, and maintain a high level of
phone and face-to-face interaction. You should possess strong people skills and present yourself
in a professional manner. You’ll eventually get to research, produce and air your own news
package, which you can keep as part of your portfolio!

E-mail Thomas Mongelli, News Director, at thomas.mongelli@mrgnj.com and write
INTERNSHIP in the subject line.


Advertising: Learn the “in’s and out’s” of the fast-paced world of radio advertising, from
developing proposals, to creating advertising schedules, to sales techniques! Duties include client
research and many administrative tasks to assist our team of account executives, so highly
organized individuals with strong computer skills are desired!

E-mail John Furno, Director of Sales, at john.furno@mrgnj.com and write INTERNSHIP in the
subject line!

                                          About our company:

                         Q104.3 FM, a division of Clear Channel Radio, is New
                       York’s Only Classic Rock Station. With a station cume of
                        over 1 million listeners, Q104.3 prides itself in delivering
                      listeners the best classic rock music, great events, access
                        to the hottest concert tickets and much more! Q104.3 is
                      also proud to provide its clients with integrated advertising
                           campaigns incorporating on-air, on-site and online.

                                           Requirements:
                       The ideal candidates should be current communications,
                      broadcasting, marketing, or mass media majors looking to
                       gain valuable promotional/programming/event marketing
                                   experience in the radio industry.

                               Please note regarding all Q1043 internships:

                              • You must be 18 years of age or older .
                           •  Internships require an applicant to be receiving
                                academic credit for the internship—it is the
                             applicant’s responsibility to set up the internship
                                              with the school.
                          • All positions are unpaid, and WAXQ-FM does not
                             provide for transportation reimbursement costs.
                           • Please do not call Q104.3—qualified applicants
                                             will be contacted.
                          • For information about any available employment
                                    opportunities at Q104.3, please visit
                             www.clearcareers.com or www.entertainmentjobs.net


                                             PROMOTIONS
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                                                    Tasks:

                                •  Assist the Q104.3 promotional street team with
                                                various summer events
                                 • Set-up, management and tear-down of events
                                    • Interaction with listeners and clients
                                    • Travel throughout the tri-state area
                                 • Assist in live broadcast set-up and tear-down
                                                  • Data entry
                                • Support all other promotional functions within the
                                                      department


                                             Candidates should:

                            • MUST receive credit or a letter indicating university
                              support from an accredited educational institution.
                            • Have a flexible schedule to work various events at
                                   different locations and at different times
                                  • Be detail oriented and organized
                             • Have great communication skills because job
                               requires interaction with clients and entertaining
                                                    listeners.
                                     • Have a valid driver’s license
                                      • Be able to lift up to 20 lbs.

                                 To apply – fill out the form below and indicate
                                                   “Promotions”.


             PR
 The internship offers a rare
      behind-the-scenes
opportunity to learn about the
     internal and external
  communications of Clear
 Channel Radio New York.
 Public Relations interns will
be responsible for paste-ups,
  clip reports, and calendar
 announcements for station
            events.

NOTE: College students who
have already taken classes in
PR and are currently enrolled
  in Junior or Senior years
            ONLY!

 To apply – fill out the form
 below and indicate “Public
        Relations.”
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WFAS 103.9 Westchester’s Best Music Variety

Promotions and Marketing Internship
Send resume to jenniferw@wfasfm.com or call 914-693-2400 or fax 914-693-0000

WEBE 108 Connecticut’s Best Music Variety

Promotions and Marketing Department
Send resume and cover letter to jill@webe108.com

								
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