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Editorial Internship — Mashable

Editorial Internship at Mashable

2014-10-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Mashable is a leading source of news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable’s 35 million unique visitors worldwide and 17 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Job Description

Mashable is seeking ambitious and motivated undergraduate (juniors and seniors) and graduate-level Editorial Features interns for winter 2014, continuing into spring 2015. The internship will begin in November 2014.

The ideal team member is brimming with original ideas about the very latest web trends, conversation and culture, with a special interest in curating media-rich lists and developing essays and trend pieces. He or she will be a self-starter, prepared with an abundance of original content ideas at all times.

As an Editorial intern you will have the opportunity to work with and learn from Mashable writers and editors in Mashable's NYC headquarters. Responsibilities include research, fact checking, copy editing and writing.

Must Haves:

-Minimum availability of 18 hours a week
-Based in NYC
-Strong grasp of grammar and AP Style
-Strong familiarity with WordPress (HTML)
-Strong fact checking skills
-Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment
-Highly organized
-Hard worker who’s driven and has a fantastic attitude
-Knowledge of the digital space and Mashable's core coverage areas
-Proven reporting and writing skills

To Apply

Apply here: http://mashable.theresumator.com/apply/hHfV4U/Internship-Editorial-Features-Fall-2014-Winter-2015-NYC.html

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Web Editorial Intern — CountryLiving.com/Hearst Digital Media

Web Editorial Intern at CountryLiving.com/Hearst Digital Media

2014-10-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Launched in March 2006, Hearst Digital Media, a unit of Hearst Magazines, is dedicated to creating and implementing the digital strategy for Hearst’s magazine brands and other sites, which serve the company’s consumer audience. The unit oversees more than 20 websites.

Job Description

CountryLiving.com is seeking an hard-working, enthusiastic editorial intern for the spring 2015 semester. This internship will be a very hands-on experience working closely with our small web editorial team, and duties include pitching and writing/reporting story ideas, building content in our CMS, conducting editorial research, and helping to manage our social media accounts.

Our ideal candidate will have an interest in and enthusiasm for home decorating, food, and crafting, as well as be a fast learner with excellent grammar skills. Candidates must have previous journalism experience; prior web and Photoshop experience a plus!

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, 2-3 clips, and your start date/availability to countrylivingdigitalintern@gmail.com.

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REDBOOK Web Editorial Intern — Redbook

REDBOOK Web Editorial Intern at Redbook

2014-10-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Redbook is a trusted friend, personal shopper, and stylist in one. Curating the very best products and ideas, Redbook helps today’s woman enjoy her nonstop life. Because she wants to look good, Redbook brings her the smartest beauty discoveries, the latest anti-aging breakthroughs, and step-by-step tutorials. Because she wants to feel good and take care of her family, Redbook makes fitness easy, healthy eating delicious, and shares the latest news from top doctors. And because she loves great style, Redbook brings her hundreds of amazing fashion and home décor finds. As an iconic brand thriving in print, online, mobile and social, Redbook makes every day fun, fabulous and affordable for its nine million readers.

Job Description

Redbookmag.com is seeking hard-working, go-getter interns for spring 2015. Duties include pitching and writing newsy items, writing one to two pieces of original, long-lead content each week, building content in our CMS, conducting research, and contributing to social media. This internship is an amazing opportunity to show off and refine your digital and editorial chops while working closely with a small team.

Candidates must have previous journalism experience and be able to receive college credit. Preference will be given to those with national magazine or digital experience, strong writing samples, and good availability. Interest in and enthusiasm for women’s lifestyle content is a must!

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, 2-3 clips, and your start date/availability to Ava Feuer (afeuer@hearst.com).

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Intern — Hearst Digital Media

Intern at Hearst Digital Media

2014-10-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Digital Media’s (HDM) food and recipe web site.

Job Description

Web Editorial Internship with a Focus on Food

The editorial team at Delish.com, Hearst Digital Media’s (HDM) food and recipe web site, is seeking interns to assist in ALL THINGS FOOD: day-to-day research, editing recipes in our content management system, writing and reporting, promotional tout writing, and brainstorming. The candidate must have a love of food, a familiarity with recipes, an eye for detail, and the ability to work under tight deadlines. Prior web experience is a plus.

In exchange for hard work and effort, you will receive exceptional experience and an open door of opportunity at one of the publishing industry’s most influence companies, Hearst Digital Media (HDM). HDM is willing to work with students’ schedules, but candidates must commit to a minimum of 16 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship, for which you must receive school credit.

Start date: early January, 2015
End date: end of May, 2015
*exact start and end dates are negotiable

Work day: 9:30am-5:30pm (2 days per week)

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Zoe Bain, Web Editor (zbain@hearst.com).

To Apply

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Zoe Bain, Web Editor (zbain@hearst.com).

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Journalism Internship — Africawatch Magazine

Journalism Internship at Africawatch Magazine

2014-10-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Africawatch is a pan-African magazine, published monthly in New York and distributed in the United States, Canada, Europe and 7 nations in Africa.

Job Description

Established international print magazine is seeking editorial interns for the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semester. This is a 13 week unpaid internship where you will be assisting on-site both at our Midtown office and at the United Nations. Generally our interns will be asked to assist no more than five days a month for three hours a day. You will not have a fixed schedule, but you will be expected to assist as needed barring school and health related scheduling conflicts.

To Apply

Submit cover letter and resume to Luke Walker (awinternshipsnyc@gmail.com)

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Editorial Intern — Essential Homme Magazine

Editorial Intern at Essential Homme Magazine

2014-09-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Essential Homme is a bimonthly print publication and website that is the style source for affluent, successful, and fashion-forward readers that are passionate about high-end men’s fashion and its reflective lifestyle. Essential Homme has been published since 2010 and past cover stars range from Daniel Radcliffe, Sullivan Stapleton, Kellan Lutz, Ian Somerhalder, Colton Haynes, and Sebastian Sauve. From bold editorial spreads showcasing the latest in style trends to features on fashion industry insiders and the most stylish men in entertainment, an eye to the nightlife scene, and an exploration of fashion’s most exciting new gadgets and spaces, Essential Homme is a leading authority for the style and design enthusiast.

Job Description

Essential Homme is now accepting applications for non-credit interns to join the magazine's editorial department this fall. Candidates should be able to dedicate 1-2 full days/week (flexible) from September-December in our downtown New York office. We need interns who are flexible, willing to learn, detailed oriented, and dedicated, hard workers. School credit available if necessary.

To Apply

Send your resume, cover letter, and 2-3 writing samples to joshua.glass@essentialhommemag.com. Please indicate the days you are available.

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Editorial Intern — Bonnier Corp/Working Mother Media

Editorial Intern at Bonnier Corp/Working Mother Media

2014-09-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Media/magazines/online

Job Description

Working Mother magazine/workingmother.com is looking for two smart, talented and on-the-ball editorial interns for the fall semester.

Duties include pitching and writing online content ranging from career and workplace to parenting and lifestyle, pitching newsy editorial items for print, creating galleries for online, helping with social media, attending press events, fact-checking stories and some administrative assistance.

Positions start in September in our New York City office. The schedule is flexible, but we prefer two full days a week on-site. This is an unpaid internship, so you must receive school credit. You’ll get great experience, we promise!

To Apply

Send resume and cover letter to Lela Nargi at lela.nargi@workingmother.com

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Denver Post summer intern — The Denver Post

Denver Post summer intern at The Denver Post

2014-09-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The No. 1 newspaper in the Rocky Mountain region

Job Description

The No. 1 newspaper in the Rocky Mountain region, The Denver Post, is helping shape the futures of the next generation of journalists by offering a 10-week paid internship for the summer of 2015. To do so, we are looking for talented young people who want to make a difference.

Interns work in several parts of the newsroom — as news or features reporters, online producers, photographers or graphic artists or designers. Denver Post interns are paid about $517 per week (housing and transportation to Denver are not included).

We work with Dow Jones Newspaper Fund to identify candidates for copy editing, online and business reporting positions. Please apply directly to Dow Jones Newspaper Fund for these positions. For more information about the online, copy editing or business reporting internships, visit newsfund.org. We also work with The Sports Journalism Institute to select a sports reporter intern. For more information on the sports reporter internship, visit sportsjournalisminstitute.org.

To Apply

REQUIREMENTS

Applicants should have completed junior year in college before Summer 2015
A demonstrated interest in print or online journalism (clips or portfolio)
Reporting applicants should include no more than 5 clips
Please include cover letter outlining which position most interests you
List of three references
If you are a motivated college student looking to thrive in a newsroom atmosphere, please send your letter, clips or portfolio, resume and references to:

Internship recruiter
Francie Swidler
The Denver Post
101 W. Colfax Ave. Suite 600
Denver, CO 80202

For PHOTOGRAPHY applications, please email your cover letter, portfolio and resume to fswidler@denverpost.com

For GRAPHICS or DESIGN, applicants may send portfolios of 8 1/2 x 11 photocopied designs, non-returnable tearsheets or CDs.

DEADLINE for RECEIVING applications is October 31, 2014. Applications received after that date will not be considered..

Please contact Francie at 303-954-1001 or fswidler@denverpost.com with any questions.

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Editorial Internship — Substance.com

Editorial Internship at Substance.com

2014-08-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Substance.com is a new digital publication that covers drug policy, addiction, recovery, and the surrounding cultures and debates.

Job Description

Substance.com, a website focusing on addiction, recovery and drug policy, is seeking a star intern! You will gain valuable experience in journalism at a growing online magazine, working alongside an established team of editors at our Manhattan office.

To Apply

Please email your resume and one writing sample to May Wilkerson, mwilkerson@substance.com

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Features Reporting Intern — New York Daily News

Features Reporting Intern at New York Daily News

2014-08-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New York Daily News is the largest and most widely-read newspaper in the New York City metropolitan area and second largest local media website in New York. Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News has won 10 Pulitzer Prizes for excellence in journalism.
The Features section covers lifestyle topics including entertainment, human interest, fashion, food, celebrity gossip, local events and more.

Job Description

Interns will be responsible for pitching and writing feature stories for print and online, doing street reporting, calling in photos, and being a part of the team. They will also be invited to participate in pitch meetings.
Candidates must have newswriting and reporting experience, and should be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, write on deadline, multitask and think on their feet. We need interns to commit to two weekdays per week.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter, resume and 2-3 clips by email to Nicole Pesce at npesce@nydailynews.com.

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Editorial Intern — Stereogum

Editorial Intern at Stereogum

2014-08-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Stereogum is the leading online community for independent and alternative music tastemakers. With a daily offering of news, commentary and MP3s, the site drives the conversation around the music that matters.

Stereogum writers and columnists identify the best up-and-coming bands and trends before they hit the mainstream. Through features like Premature Evaluation, Progress Report, Album Of The Week, Band To Watch, and Listomania, the site covers the spectrum of alternative and underground music (indie, hip-hop, pop, and metal) and has amassed a passionate readership of music fans, industry insiders, and indie rock stars. Cited for its commentary and band discovery everywhere from The New Yorker to FOX News, Stereogum’s awards and distinguished mentions include the Plug Award for best music blog, Blender‘s Most Influential People in Online Music, Village Voice's Music Blog Of The Year, and Entertainment Weekly‘s Best Music Website.

Stereogum curates some of the most buzzed-about live events at major industry gatherings like SXSW and CMJ, as well as at festivals everywhere from Brooklyn to Reykjavik. Past performers have included Ben Gibbard, Beach House, The Drums, Ted Leo, Screaming Females, and Twin Sister.

Job Description

Stereogum is seeking NYC-based Editorial Interns for Fall 2014.

The Stereogum Editorial Internship is an exclusive program that accepts a small number of applicants each semester. The program is open to students currently enrolled in journalism and/or creative writing programs.

The internship offered here is multifaceted. The right applicant will be involved with all aspects of the site's editorial and production process, which includes (but is not limited to): assisting writers and editors with research, transcription, and reporting; assembling posts in the site's admin; curating photo galleries; setting up video and audio streams; vetting new artists for coverage; assisting in curation and assembly of live events; and of course writing for Stereogum.

The right applicant will be highly ambitious and deeply plugged into new music, with goals to work in music journalism and/or the field of music. He or she should be a skilled writer with some web background as well as social media savvy.

Stereogum Editorial Interns are expected to work two (2) full days per week; schedules are flexible, however, and will be based on both parties’ needs and availability. Editorial Interns should have access to a laptop and smartphone; additionally, it wouldn’t hurt to own a digital camera and digital audio recorder.

To Apply

Interested applicants should send a resume, writing sample and cover letter to intern@stereogum.com. Please include in the cover letter some reasonably detailed description of your musical tastes (your 10 favorite albums of 2014, perhaps, or 10 artists you'd like to see featured on Stereogum, or just a paragraph on your passion for music and fields of expertise).

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Paid Books Intern — Bustle.com

Paid Books Intern at Bustle.com

2014-08-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Bustle.com is a new force in media: a news, entertainment, lifestyle, and fashion site for young women driven by a diverse and energetic collection of contributors. What we have in common with each other and our readers is that we're insatiably curious about the world. We care about what's working and what isn't, about fashion, politics, technology, diversity, books, celebrities, health, beauty, work, sex, friendship, and how to make amazing food on a budget. These are the stories we deliver every day in a format that's always getting better, quicker, and more engaging.

Job Description

Bustle.com is searching for a paid books intern available two to three days per week to work from our Brooklyn office. His/her primary responsibilities will include researching and writing daily books news, and compiling the books preview feature that runs at the beginning of each month. S/he will also have the opportunity to pitch features and essays. S/he will help keep our books editor sane by checking in all new books, maintaining the books database, and researching upcoming titles.

Our ideal candidate has a strong background in literature and writing, is interested in contemporary fiction, has a wealth of ideas, and has a library card that looks like it’s been through a war zone. This position is best suited for a grad student or recent graduate, but writing chops are what will get you through the door, so apply if you think you’re a fit.

To Apply

Please send a resume, cover letter with availability, and three related (links preferred) clips on the next page to Alex Finkel (alex@bustle.com)

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Mashable Editorial Features Internship - Fall 2014 — Mashable

Mashable Editorial Features Internship - Fall 2014 at Mashable

2014-08-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Mashable is a leading source of news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable’s 35 million unique visitors worldwide and 17 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Job Description

The Details:

Mashable is seeking ambitious and motivated undergraduate (juniors and seniors) and graduate-level Editorial Features interns for Fall 2014. The ideal team member is brimming with original ideas about the very latest web trends, conversation and culture, with a special interest in curating media-rich lists and developing essays and trend pieces. He or she will be a self-starter, prepared with an abundance of original content ideas at all times.

As an Editorial intern you will have the opportunity to work with and learn from Mashable writers and editors in Mashable's NYC headquarters. Responsibilities include research, fact checking, copy editing and writing.

Must Haves:

-- Minimum availability of 2 days (18 hours) a week
--Based in NYC
--Strong grasp of grammar and AP Style
--Strong familiarity with WordPress (HTML)
--Strong fact checking skills
--Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment
--Highly organized
--Hard worker who’s driven and has a fantastic attitude
--Knowledge of the digital space and Mashable's core coverage areas
--Proven reporting and writing skills

*Mashable Internships are Paid*

To Apply

Apply here: http://mashable.theresumator.com/apply/MK8ByP/Internship-Editorial-Features-Fall-2014-NYC.html

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Features Intern — Woman's Day

Features Intern at Woman's Day

2014-08-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman's Day is a Hearst publication and one of the oldest women’s service magazines in the country.

Job Description

Woman’s Day is searching for enthusiastic fall interns to join its features department. We are looking for students working toward a degree in journalism or English, who are interested in women’s lifestyle magazines. Ideal candidates will be organized, creative, self-motivated, and passionate about the magazine.

Interns will work closely with our features team to research and brainstorm ideas for articles on personal finance, pets, women entrepreneurs, and women making a difference in their communities. Interns will also call in samples and handle reader mail.

Woman’s Day is one of the oldest women’s service magazines and staying connected with our reader base is very important. Previous relevant internship experience is preferred, but not required.

For interns with video filming and editing experience, there may be opportunities to work on our interactive issues. Please note on your resume if you have applicable experience.

To Apply

Please email applications (including a resume and brief cover letter). Applications will be reviewed and candidates notified by the first week of September. Academic credit is required.

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Editorial Intern for Manhattan Newspapers — Straus News

Editorial Intern for Manhattan Newspapers at Straus News

2014-08-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Straus News publishes 14 local weekly newspapers and associated websites in contiguous towns in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Straus News' newspapers include Our Town, The West Side Spirit, Our Town Downtown, Chelsea Clinton News, The Westsider in Manhattan.

Our newspapers and websites focus on local issues that matter to people's everyday lives, from concerns about schools and infrastructure spending to who's who in town and soccer scores. We pride ourselves on our commitment to reporting the tough local stories while highlighting the success and achievements in our neighborhoods.

The newspapers have won numerous awards for news coverage and editorial and advertising excellence, including first place for in-depth reporting from the Suburban Newspaper Association for a series about heroin addiction entitled "High in Sussex County," and a prestigious National Education Writers Award for "Middle School Principal Tests Boundaries with Home Visit."

The newspapers are distributed to more than 150,000 homes each week.

Job Description

Editorial interns work on our Manhattan weekly newspapers, the West Side Spirit, Our Town and Our Town Downtown, covering local neighborhood news on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side and downtown, out of our Manhattan office on 7th Avenue in Chelsea.

Interns work closely with editorial staff and attend weekly story meetings. Intern duties include compiling event listings, helping research investigative stories, conducting "man-on-the-street" reporting, taking news photographs, helping with copyediting occasionally, and reporting and writing profiles, news briefs, and other stories. Our interns have published front-page news stories and get help every step of the way from pitching stories, developing them, reporting and research, and writing and re-writing.

We require at least 2 full days for most internships, as we feel that any less time does not allow students to gain the experience needed to really be a part of our process. Days and times are flexible, however.

To Apply

Please email Megan Bungeroth at editor.otdt@strausnews.com with the subject line "Fall internship application." Include a brief cover letter detailing your specific interest in local journalism and your availability (potential starting date as well as days/times available) for the fall. Please also attach a resume and writing samples/clips, or send links to online clips in the body of the email.

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Intern (credit required) — New York Observer's business trade publications

Intern (credit required) at New York Observer's business trade publications

2014-08-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Mortgage Observer is the finance section of the New York Observer, and the Commercial Observer looks at commercial real estate in New York City (interns would work for both titles). Our business coverage is hard news with an occasional wink and a healthy dose of skepticism, so the hard news focus need not deter the more literarily inclined student. Interns will have articles assigned by us but also have the opportunity to sit in on pitch meetings for the paper generally, where we have additional sections, including, art, culture, technology and politics. They will also leave with a wider sense of the power players in the exciting and controversial worlds of New York City real estate development and finance--a source group that any determined writer can turn into future articles, and jobs, we believe.

Job Description

Interns will pitch and write breaking news, longer feature articles and analysis pieces for our weekly e-newsletter, weekly newspaper and monthly print magazine, all of which focus on commercial real estate. The internship is not an exercise in procuring lattes--on the contrary, myself and my colleagues make a point of avoiding assigning any administrative duties. This summer, for instance, each intern gotten more than 20 bylines online and in print.

To Apply

Please send a short note, two clips and a resume to Guelda Voien (gvoien@observer.com)

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Editorial Intern — Scout Media

Editorial Intern at Scout Media

2014-08-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scout is a network of over 300+ unique Web destinations, 40 print publications and three broadcast television shows. Scout content focuses on men’s passion points: the NFL, fantasy sports, college football and basketball, high school recruiting, hunting, fishing, outdoors, military and history.

Job Description

Our hands-on editorial intern will assist with day-to-day editorial research, brainstorming and pitching story ideas, writing and reporting, publishing stories in our content management system, and helping to manage our social media accounts.

To Apply

Please fill out this form and email a resume to apply@scout.com
http://www.scout.com/story/1423227

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Digital Internship — DuJour Media

Digital Internship at DuJour Media

2014-08-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

A national magazine and website with targeted local content, seamlessly connecting digital and print media.

Job Description

Assist the DuJour team in creating, producing, and optimizing content for our digital platforms. Work with editorial and digital teams to create content, assist technical teams in SEO and tagging projects, and social teams in distributing content.

To Apply

Please email resumes to Ashley.Parrish@DuJour.com

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Paid fall internship — JTA, the global Jewish news service

Paid fall internship at JTA, the global Jewish news service

2014-08-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Founded in 1917, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency is a nonprofit global news service. We cover Jewish life, religion, politics, culture and communal affairs. Our articles are syndicated to more than 70 Jewish publications around the world.

Job Description

JTA, the global Jewish news service, is looking to hire a fall editorial intern in our New York City office. Interns perform various editorial tasks, including writing and reporting news and feature articles, as well as work related to our website and newsletter products.

MAIN DUTIES:

* Writing news and feature stories and blog posts
* Helping to assemble our e-­newsletters
* Some web production and photo work
* Other duties as needed

QUALIFICATIONS:

* Excellent writing skills
* Ability to work quickly and on deadline
* Past journalism experience is required
* Familiarity with Jewish topics is preferred

This is a full­-time position with an hourly wage of $10. Start and end dates are negotiable.

To Apply

Please submit resume and 2­-4 writing samples to: jobs@jta.org. No calls please.

Specify when you would be available to start.

DEADLINES:

For the fall internship, applications are due by August 11.

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Fall 2014 Editorial Internship — Maxim Magazine

Fall 2014 Editorial Internship at Maxim Magazine

2014-08-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Maxim is an internationally circulated men's interest magazine.

Job Description

Maxim Magazine is seeking editorial interns to work 2 days a week during the Fall 2014 semester. Responsibilities include assisting editors with research, transcribing interviews, and generating ideas for the magazine.

Editorial interns who take initiative and demonstrate exceptional writing ability will also have opportunities to write for the magazine and the magazine’s website, Maxim.com. An ideal applicant is one who is highly
motivated, focused, and serious about pursuing a career in men’s interest magazines. Familiarity with Maxim and its unique voice is a huge plus.

To Apply

To apply, submit a copy of your resume, a cover letter, and ONE writing sample to Adam Linehan (alinehan@maxim.com).

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Fall editorial intern — Latina Media Ventures

Fall editorial intern at Latina Media Ventures

2014-07-31 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Latina Media Ventures is the authoritative voice for the acculturated community of Hispanic women living in the US. For 17 years and across multiple platforms, Latina provides unique, in-depth, culturally-relevant, engaging and inspiring content on key areas of interest: including beauty, food, entertainment, fashion, parenting and health. With 4.5 MM readers, Latina is the largest magazine edited by and for Latin women.

Job Description

Latina Media Ventures: Editorial Intern
Job/internship type: unpaid for college credit only
Company name: Latina Media Ventures
Location: New York, NY
Description:
Latina magazine is looking for smart, enthusiastic interns for the fall semester. We are a small staff full of creative energy looking to mentor interns to help them grow and learn. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for Latina culture and a love of magazines. The internship is for school credit only.

Our fall editorial intern will work closely with the magazine's editors by assisting with research, researching story ideas, reaching out to readers, fact-checking, transcribing interviews, attending editorial meetings and other editorial tasks.

To Apply

To apply: Send a short cover letter, resume and 2 clips to: elaine.cipriano@latina.com by August 14.

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Latina.com Editorial Internship — Latina Media Ventures

Latina.com Editorial Internship at Latina Media Ventures

2014-07-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Latina Media Ventures, is the leading lifestyle, entertainment, beauty and fashion brand for acculturated Hispanic women with a combined cross platform audience of over 4.5 million. Latina is the flagship property of Latina Media Ventures, LLC and for nearly two decades it has been a voice of authority for this fast-growing audience.

Latina.com is the fastest growing online destination for bicultural Latinas providing unique content on the latest in lifestyle, entertainment, beauty and fashion news.

Launched in June 2009, LatinaLounge.com is the only digital ad network targeting U.S. Hispanic women at all acculturated levels in English.

Launched in 2012, TheLatinKitchen.com is the only culinary, lifestyle and entertainment site dedicated to Latin Food and Culture. It sits at the intersection of the foodie explosion in the US and the fastest rising ethnic food category, Latin Cuisine.

Job Description

Latina.com, the digital counterpart of Latina Magazine, is looking for two superstar interns to work 2 days a week out of our New York City office this fall. Interns will support editors with writing, researching, blogging, outreach, image and web production and more. A strong interest in celebrity, fashion, beauty and entertainment are a must; a knowledge and passion for Latino culture a plus! Ideal candidate will also have previous magazine or digital internships.

Knowledge/experience with CMS, photo editing and SEO are a huge plus. This internship is UNPAID and for college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please email your resume, short cover letter and any relevant clips to Latina.com's Intern Coordinator, Priscilla Rodriguez, at priscilla.rodriguez@latina.com

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Intern, ELLE.com — Hearst Magazines

Intern, ELLE.com at Hearst Magazines

2014-07-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ELLE.com is the digital home of ELLE magazine, where we produce about 25 pieces of content--spanning fashion, beauty, pop culture, and personal essay--daily.

Job Description

Interns at ELLE.com assist the editorial and production teams with a range of tasks that keep our website running smoothly. They help produce content and source assets for stories spanning the fashion, beauty, pop culture, health, and relationships beats. On a daily basis, they also compile news reports and pitch and write newsy stories; on a weekly basis, they attend our weekly pitch meeting and have the opportunity to write longer-lead, evergreen feature stories as well.

To Apply

Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to Natalie Matthews (nmatthews@hearst.com)

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TWC News - NY1 News Internship - Fall 2014 — NY1 News

TWC News - NY1 News Internship - Fall 2014 at NY1 News

2014-07-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ABOUT NY1 NEWS
On September 8, 1992, a new form of media – NY1 News – was launched. NY1 is a 24-hour news channel, serving New York City's five boroughs, parts of Westchester and Hudson Valley as well as Bergen and Hudson Counties in NJ. Available exclusively to more than 2 million cable subscribers on Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable systems, NY1 covers the city with more than 40 full-time reporters and is completely dedicated to New York City news and information.
NY1 expanded into New York City's Latino community by launching the city's first 24-hour Spanish-language news channel, NY1 Noticias in June 2003. Since its inception, NY1 News has become an indispensable community asset and is now the model for cable news channels nationwide. By combining innovative technology with a strong commitment to reporting, NY1 presents viewers with the most comprehensive New York City news, sports, weather, business and features.
For New Yorkers, New York 1 is the only local news worth watching.

Job Description

We offer opportunities to students who are motivated and eager to learn about and gain valuable experience in the broadcast environment. The following departments are looking for interns who will help plan, execute and coordinate various aspects of news media.

News Internships
• General News: Interns will work with assignment editors, photographers and news producers as they gather, research, write and produce the local news of the day. This internship is split between work in the field and the newsroom.

• Local Edition: Interns will work with NY1’s Queens and Staten Island reporters, anchors and researchers to produce local stories. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field.

• Political Unit: Interns will work with the political team (producers, reporters and writers) to produce NY1’s nightly political program Inside City Hall. Candidates with knowledge of local and national politics and government are preferred.

• Education: Intern will work with NY1’s Education Reporter helping to write, research, and produce local education stories. Candidates with knowledge of educational policy and city government are preferred.

• Transit: Intern will work with NY1’s Transit Reporter helping to write, research and produce stories about the city’s transit system. Candidates with knowledge of the transit system are preferred.

• NY1.com: Intern will work with the New Media team to write headlines, develop content, edit copy and create multimedia stories. There will also be opportunities to get hands-on experience creating photos and video for web and use social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to reach out to our viewers.

• NY1 Noticias: Interns will work with NY1 Noticias’ reporters, producers and writers to produce the content on our Spanish language news channel. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field. Must be bi-lingual.

• NY1 Noticias Pura Política: Interns will work with the Pura Política anchor and producer. They would be exposed to everything that goes into producing a weekly political talk show. Must be bi-lingual.

• The Call: Interns will have the opportunity to conduct “man on the street” interviews (with photographer) on the topic of the night, screen, log, and edit the interviews into sound bites, edit video clips, sort anchor scripts, run TelePrompter during production, and participate in editorial decisions for our live nightly call-in show.

FEATURES & SPORTS INTERNS
• Living Unit: Interns will work with reporters and producers who research, shoot and write NY1’s feature reports (including Arts, Health & Fitness, On Stage, Technology Report and Money Matters) and long-form special programming.

• One on One with Budd Mishkin: Interns will work with Budd Mishkin and his producer as they research, shoot and assemble long-form profiles of prominent New Yorkers.

• NY1 for You: Interns will assist producer and reporter on shoots, interview subjects, pitch story ideas, and research investigative and consumer stories.

• Sports: Interns will log sporting events, edit highlights, assist in the control room during live shows, attend sporting events and assist shooters in the field.

For more information on the positions including how to apply go to www.timewarnercable.com/careers and search for REQ# 158563BR

Candidates for internships MUST:
• Receive academic credit
• Have strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, leadership and organizational abilities.
• Maintain a professional appearance, be enthusiastic and have a demonstrated interest in the industry.
• Be able to commit to at least 16 hours per week.
• This is an UNPAID INTERNSHIP.

Coursework or previous internship experience in communications, journalism or related field is preferred.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Time Warner Cable supports a drug-free environment and is EOE M/F/V/D

To Apply

Interested students MUST complete the online application at www.timewarnercable.com/careers.

To be considered applicants MUST list the position or positions they are interested in obtaining and rationale for selecting this/these area(s) in a cover letter which should be uploaded as part of the SAME DOCUMENT as their resume.

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Web Intern — Oprah.com

Web Intern at Oprah.com

2014-07-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Oprah.com is a part of O, The Oprah Magazine under Hearst magazines, and provides an effective web parallel to the print magazine as well as original content.

Job Description

Oprah.com is seeking a hard-working, web-savvy and enthusiastic intern to join our staff this fall. This is a part-time, unpaid internship position. Duties will include production, photo research, market work, research for stories, social media, and brainstorming story ideas.

Applicants should be comfortable in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. They should be diligent managers of their own time and not afraid to ask questions.

A passion for journalism and for women’s magazines in particular, as well as enthusiasm about exploring the many creative opportunities involved in web journalism, are essential. Writing experience and strong research skills are a must. Web experience is a plus, but not necessary. Additionally, a sense of humor and diverse interests are welcome.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and a resume, as well as 2-3 clips, to omagazinewebintern@gmail.com. Your cover letter and should exhibit familiarity with both the voice and the content of the website.

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Web Editorial Intern — CountryLiving.com / Hearst Digital Media

Web Editorial Intern at CountryLiving.com / Hearst Digital Media

2014-07-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Launched in March 2006, Hearst Digital Media, a unit of Hearst Magazines, is dedicated to creating and implementing the digital strategy for Hearst’s magazine brands and other sites, which serve the company’s consumer audience. The unit oversees more than 20 websites for brands such as Cosmopolitan, ELLE, ELLE DECOR, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, Popular Mechanics, Road & Track and Seventeen, and Country Living.

Job Description

Our web editorial team is looking for an intern for the fall 2014 semester. Our hands-on editorial intern will assist with day-to-day editorial research, brainstorming and pitching story ideas, writing and reporting, publishing stories in our content management system, and helping to manage our social media accounts.

The candidate must love home decorating, food, and crafting, as well as be a fast-learner and a great writer with excellent grammar skills.

Prior web experience and Photoshop know-how a plus! Candidates must commit to 16 hours per week (2 days per week). This is an unpaid internship, for which you MUST receive school credit. Start and end dates negotiable, but September through early December is ideal.

To Apply

Email your resume and a brief cover letter to countrylivingdigitalintern@gmail.com; if you have clips, please send 2-3 links.

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Video Journalism Internship — Storyhunter

Video Journalism Internship at Storyhunter

2014-07-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Storyhunter is a platform that brings video journalists and publishers together. It’s completely free to join as a freelancer. You’ll have access to commissioned assignments, an open pitching platform and easy payment solutions all on the Storyhunter platform, created specifically for video journalists and documentary filmmakers.

Storyhunter was founded to help budding video journalists and documentary filmmakers gain recognition, improve their skills, and get paid for their stories. Our editors have worked with companies like the New York Times, Bloomberg, AP, ABC, France 2, Al Jazeera and Time, and take pride in helping talented journalists and documentary filmmakers improve their craft.

Job Description

As a video journalism intern, you're a part of the production team. You'll participate in all our production meetings, edit videos that come in from around the globe, as well as prepare them for publication. The internship is part-time with a commitment of two days per week during the Fall term. Join a fast-paced working environment, and experience what it's like to work for a young and growing international media company.

We are looking for a self-starter who is extremely passionate about video journalism and documentary filmmaking. Ideal candidates will have prior post-production experience, be familiar with digital production workflows and feel at home in editing timelines. Mastery of Final Cut Pro 7 and Photoshop is an absolute requirement. Knowledge of Adobe Premiere is a plus. Native Portuguese and Spanish speakers are preferred.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail jobs@storyhunter.tv with "VIDEO JOURNALISM APPLICATION" written in the subject line, a paragraph describing your interest in the position and a resume attached. Deadline to apply is August 4, 2014.

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Fall Intern — American Society of Magazine Editors

Fall Intern at American Society of Magazine Editors

2014-07-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The American Society of Magazine Editors is the principal organization for magazine journalists in the United States. The members of ASME include the editorial leaders of most major consumer and business magazines published in print and online. Founded in 1963, ASME works to defend the First Amendment and preserve editorial independence. ASME sponsors the National Magazine Awards in association with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Job Description

Intern will work 28 hours a week in the ASME offices in east midtown Manhattan. Intern will assist in organizing events; transcribing meetings; organizing and proofreading materials; uploading content to website; and assist in managing National Magazine Award entries. Candidates should have an interest in pursuing a career in magazine journalism.

Current students and recent graduates may apply.

Internship duration is September 15 to January 9, but dates are flexible.

To Apply

Please send your resume and clips to asme@magazine.org.

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Editorial intern — Metro newspaper

Editorial intern at Metro newspaper

2014-07-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Metro is the world’s largest free daily newspaper – and the fastest growing in the three top American DMAs in which it is published. Tailored to active, affluent young professionals in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia, Metro delivers the most readers aged 18-49.

Job Description

Metro newspaper is currently looking for fall features interns. Interns will get to conduct interviews and write stories for the print edition of the paper as well as for the website, metro.us. They will also sit in on editorial meetings and help editors with transcribing and research.

To Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Emily Laurence (Emily.Laurence@metro.us) by August 1.

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Fall Editorial Intern — New York Observer

Fall Editorial Intern at New York Observer

2014-06-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New York Observer is New York’s premier weekly newspaper. For the past two decades, the paper has captured a loyal readership through its witty, irreverent and opinionated coverage of New York politics, society, media, publishing, real estate, and arts and culture. The newspaper is published every Wednesday by an editorial team led by Ken Kurson.

The Observer has published many of the nation’s top journalists, critics and essayists over the years, including Joe Conason, John Heilpern, Rex Reed, Andrew Sarris, Robert Gottlieb, Simon Doonan, Ron Rosenbaum, Frank DiGiacomo, Jim Windolf, Michael Lewis, Francine Prose, Philip Weiss, Joe Nocera, Susan Faludi, James Cramer, Peter Bogdanovich, Warren St. John, Jason Gay, Nick Paumgarten, Alex Kuczynski, A.J. Jacobs and David Foster Wallace. In the mid-1990s, The Observer published “Sex and the City,” Candace Bushnell’s column on Manhattan’s social life, on which the hit television series was based.

The Observer’s website, Observer.com, is updated throughout the day, with original reporting and analysis that consistently make national news; the newsroom also runs sites on politics, culture and real estate.

Job Description

The Observer’s newsroom boasts a unique and tightly knit culture that benefits from both the energy and fearlessness of young reporters and as the experience and wisdom of editors.

Interns are integrated into this environment and into the weekly production cycle of the paper, where they have the opportunity to gain invaluable reporting and general newsroom experience. When the paper is on deadline, interns are charged with fact-checking articles as they move from writer to editor to copy desk to production.

When not on deadline, interns are encouraged to become acquainted with editors and writers, get involved in longer-term projects, and do their own reporting and writing for the paper. Interns also pitch and blog daily for the New York section of Observer.com.

To Apply

Send the following to NYOInternships@observer.com and write “Observer Internship Application” in the subject line.

- Résumé (Word or PDF)
- Brief cover letter, including a brief explanation of why you would like to write for The Observer. (Word or PDF)
- Three writing clips, preferably reported stories as opposed to papers or first-person essays (Word or PDF)

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Web Intern — Redbook

Web Intern at Redbook

2014-06-25 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Redbookmag.com, operated at Hearst Digital Media, is a women's lifestyle site geared toward women in their late 20s to early 40s. We post about 200 pieces of original content a month and attract an audience of 4 million.

Job Description

Redbookmag.com is seeking hard-working, enthusiastic, self-motivated, go-getter interns for fall 2014. Duties include pitching and writing daily news items, writing one to two pieces of original, long-lead content each week, building content in our CMS, conducting research, and contributing to social media.

This internship is an amazing opportunity to show off and refine your digital and editorial chops while working closely with a small team.

Candidates must have previous journalism experience and be able to receive college credit. Preference will be given to those with national magazine or digital experience, strong writing samples, and good availability. Interest in and enthusiasm for women’s lifestyle content, ranging from health, to food, to love and sex, to beauty, to celebrity news is a must!

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, two to three clips, and your start date/availability to Ava Feuer at afeuer@hearst.com.

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Intern — The Mainichi Newspapers

Intern at The Mainichi Newspapers

2014-06-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Founded in 1872, The Mainichi Newspapers is Japan's oldest national daily newspaper, and today has a circulation of 3.5 million copies (the 4th largest circulation worldwide). We are the most awarded newspaper in Japan, being the only Japanese publication to receive a Pulitzer Prize, and the most frequent winner of The Japan Newspapers Association Grand Prix.

Job Description

The Mainichi Newspapers (毎日新聞), a Japanese national daily newspaper, is looking to hire an intern to assist operation of its New York bureau. As a long-established publication and one of the top 5 in national newspaper circulation worldwide, an internship with Mainichi will surely provide excellent experience to any student of journalism, or any individual seeking a future in Asia- or Japan-related fields.

To Apply

Please e-mail your resume to mainichi.newyork@gmail.com, and let us know your availability.

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Summer Fellow — NY Mag / NYU Journalism

Summer Fellow at NY Mag / NYU Journalism

2014-04-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

More about the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute: https://journalism.nyu.edu/

Job Description

Bedford + Bowery, a news site produced by NYU Journalism in collaboration with New York magazine, is pleased to offer a summer fellowship for graduate students and recent grads. We're seeking applicants who can start immediately as well as those who can start in June.

As a B+B fellow, you'll be reporting five full days per week, from 10am to 6pm, for the "best new local blog" (per L magazine) covering downtown Manhattan and North Brooklyn. The pay is $600/week.

We're seeking reporters who are eager to produce lively, engaging, and timely stories with a focus on the East Village, LES, Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick (though you needn't necessarily be constrained to those neighborhoods). Applicants will ideally be savvy about the neighborhoods listed above or at the very least eager to explore them to the hilt, with an eye for news minutia as well as larger stories in the areas of education, politics, crime, housing and real estate, arts and culture, and business openings and closings, to name just some of our areas of coverage. You should be able to cultivate sources and write quickly and accurately, with an engaging, “bloggy” tone and sense of humor when appropriate.

You’ll be on call at 20 Cooper Square to report stories as assigned by the site's editor. Since you’ll also be encouraged to pitch stories and even come up with ideas for regular columns during editorial meetings, creative thinking and a familiarity with the blogosphere is a plus. We’re looking for someone who is proactive, eager to share ideas, and has a sense of fun. But above all, the site strives to be the first to report neighborhood news in a competitive environment; you should be able to thrive under tight deadlines and turn around copy that meets the standards of New York magazine, editors of which work closely with the site in case a story warrants pick-up across other New York magazine blogs or in the magazine. They also are looking closely at B+B's daily file for emerging talent. You should expect to write at least one story per day, and be able to work on longer features while also producing shorter items.

To Apply

The deadline for applications is April 25. Please send your resume, along with links to your work, to danielm@nyu.edu with the subject line "Fellowship application."

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Features Intern — Woman's Day

Features Intern at Woman's Day

2014-04-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman’s Day is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to our reader’s values and focuses on what’s important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate the connection she cherishes with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything.

Woman’s Day gives our loyal audience the actionable tools and relatable inspiration she needs to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life.

Job Description

Woman's Day is searching for enthusiastic summer interns to join its features department. We are looking for students working toward a degree in journalism or English, who are interested in women's lifestyle magazines. Ideal candidates will be organized, creative, self-motivated and passionate about the magazine. Interns will work closely with our features team to research and brainstorm ideas for articles on books, personal finance, pets, women entrepreneurs and women making differences in their communities. Interns will also have the chance to attend weekly production meetings and pitch meetings. Previous relevant internship experience is preferred, but not required.

To Apply

Email a cover letter, resume and any relevant clips to Anna Dysinger at adysinger@hearst.com. Please note in the email the days you would be available this summer.

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Editorial Intern — offMetro.com

Editorial Intern at offMetro.com

2014-04-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

offMetro.com is an award-winning online travel resource that makes it easy for people to plan day trips and weekend getaways—car-optional—from New York and San Francisco. At oM we like to say, "If you can't make the weekends longer, strive to make them better." Lonely Planet described offMetro as one of the top 11 most reliable websites in responsible travel.

Job Description

offMetro.com, an award-winning online green travel resource covering car-free getaways from New York and San Francisco, is seeking part-time editorial interns to start in its offMetro NY offices immediately.

offMetro is expanding quickly, and is in the process of being acquired by one of the largest newspaper publishers in the world. The ideal candidate must have 1-2 years of writing experience in the online media and/or print publishing field.

A love of travel and ability to meet tight deadlines is essential. Interns may be asked to go on press trips—be it in the outer boroughs, upstate New York, or throughout the northeast—and deliver a story upon return. (It is not uncommon for editorial interns to travel internationally as well.) Interns will be expected to submit 1-2 short posts per week. Candidates with social media and photography skills will be given special consideration.

In addition to the travel perks, oM is a great place to grow your portfolio, refine your travel writing voice, and have your byline appear in several media outlets, including offMetro SF and its upcoming daily print section, as well its columns in the Huffington Post and Budget Travel. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn from seasoned journalists who've worked at such publications as the New Yorker, Los Angeles Magazine, Bicycling Magazine, Marie Claire, and the New York Times.

This internship is unpaid, but can lead to freelance positions.

We are looking for:
*Strong writing ability
*Experience in online media or print publishing
*Ability to work independently and on deadline
*Photography skills
*Social Media savvy

Please email a resume and one relevant writing sample to the editor, Lauren Matison at lauren@offmetro.com





To Apply

Please send resume and relevant writing sample to lauren@offmetro.com

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Summer Editorial Intern — Stereogum / SpinMedia Group

Summer Editorial Intern at Stereogum / SpinMedia Group

2014-04-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Stereogum is the leading online community for independent and alternative music tastemakers. With a daily offering of news, commentary and MP3s, the site drives the conversation around the music that matters.

Stereogum writers and columnists identify the best up-and-coming bands and trends before they hit the mainstream. Through features like Premature Evaluation, Progress Report, Album Of The Week, Band To Watch, and Listomania, the site covers the spectrum of alternative and underground music (indie, hip-hop, pop, and metal) and has amassed a passionate readership of music fans, industry insiders, and indie rock stars. Cited for its commentary and band discovery everywhere from The New Yorker to FOX News, Stereogum’s awards and distinguished mentions include the Plug Award for best music blog, Blender‘s Most Influential People in Online Music, Village Voice's Music Blog Of The Year, and Entertainment Weekly‘s Best Music Website.

Stereogum curates some of the most buzzed-about live events at major industry gatherings like SXSW and CMJ, as well as at festivals everywhere from Brooklyn to Reykjavik. Past performers have included Ben Gibbard, Beach House, The Drums, Ted Leo, Screaming Females, and Twin Sister.

Job Description

Stereogum is seeking NYC-based Editorial Interns for Summer 2014.

The Stereogum Editorial Internship is an exclusive program that accepts a small number of applicants each semester. The program is open to students currently enrolled in journalism and/or creative writing programs.

The internship offered here is multifaceted. The right applicant will be involved with all aspects of the site's editorial and production process, which includes (but is not limited to): assisting writers and editors with research, transcription, and reporting; assembling posts in the site's admin; curating photo galleries; setting up video and audio streams; vetting new artists for coverage; assisting in curation and assembly of live events; and of course writing for Stereogum.

The right applicant will be highly ambitious and deeply plugged into new music, with goals to work in music journalism and/or the field of music. He or she should be a skilled writer with some web background as well as social media savvy.

Stereogum Editorial Interns are expected to work two (2) full days per week; schedules are flexible, however, and will be based on both parties’ needs and availability. Editorial Interns should have access to a laptop and smartphone; additionally, it wouldn’t hurt to own a digital camera and digital audio recorder.

To Apply

Interested applicants should send a resume, writing sample and cover letter to intern@stereogum.com. Please include in the cover letter some reasonably detailed description of your musical tastes (your 10 favorite albums of 2013, perhaps, or 10 artists you'd like to see featured on Stereogum, or just a paragraph on your passion for music and fields of expertise).

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Contributor — BKLYNR

Contributor at BKLYNR

2014-04-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BKLYNR is a web-published semi-monthly focused on telling stories about the political, economic, and cultural life of Brooklyn. We strive to produce thoughtful, compelling journalism that explores new narratives, rather than retreading tired tropes about Brooklyn.

We promise readers three excellent stories—two long works of journalism, one lighter piece—and beautiful original artwork, twice a month.

Our contributors have contributed to a long list of publications, including the New York Times, the New Yorker, New York magazine, The Atlantic, the New York Observer, and the Wall Street Journal.

Job Description

We're looking for talented writers, video journalists, photographers, data journalists, and illustrators.

To Apply

Contact contribute@bklynr.com with 2-3 relevant samples of the kind of work you're interested in contributing.

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Summer Intern — Food.com

Summer Intern at Food.com

2014-03-31 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scripps Networks Interactive is The Leader in Lifestyle Media, a $2 billion company that continues to grow exponentially, building our power-house brands – HGTV, DIY Network, Food Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and Great American Country - domestically and across the globe. Celebrating its 20th year, Scripps has built a foundation on its Core Values. Among them are Diversity, Work/Life Balance, Integrity and Humor, all of which are at the forefront of our day-to-day business and the backbone of our thriving culture.

Job Description

Food.com, the web’s third largest food and cooking site (part of Scripps Networks Interactive), is looking for a summer intern to join our team. Interns will help with content creation, community/site management, editorial brainstorming, social media and more.

Ideally, you will work 20-40 hours a week in our Chelsea offices. Days are flexible. Summer interns begin 5/26/14.

You must:
• Be detail-oriented
• Be web-savvy
• Be a junior, senior or graduate student at an accredited college/university
• Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0
• Have previous internship experience, participation in college clubs/organizations or in-depth coursework in a related field
• Be legally eligible to work in the United States

A sense of humor and a go-get-‘em attitude is a bonus. A love of food is helpful for the job. A cover letter about your mother’s cooking or all of the great restaurants you’ve tried is not.

This is a paid internship.

Application Deadline: 4/28/14 – applications received after this date will not be considered.

To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to Mandy Major, mmajor@scrippsnetworks.com

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GoodHousekeeping.com Summer Web Internships — Hearst Corporation

GoodHousekeeping.com Summer Web Internships at Hearst Corporation

2014-03-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Good Housekeeping magazine — together with the Good Housekeeping Research Institute and the Good Housekeeping Seal — is an American icon of consumer protection and quality assurance.

Job Description

GoodHousekeeping.com is looking for web-obsessed interns for Summer 2014. Join our small-but-awesome editorial team and help with daily writing, editing, and producing content for the site (food, cool products, beauty!), pitching ideas, assisting with research and fact-checking, and much more. Interns may also have the chance to join in tests in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute and Test Kitchen.

The ideal candidate should be familiar with basic web practices and be able to commit to at least 3 days a week. This is an unpaid internship and you must receive college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to April Rueb at arueb@hearst.com.

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Summer News Internship — Council on Foreign Relations

Summer News Internship at Council on Foreign Relations

2014-03-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CFR's News Team internships give selected interns the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy journalism. The Council's outreach initiative aims to engage an interested and influential group of Americans from around the country and the world by providing ideas and timely, clear, and accurate information on key international issues. CFR.org, America's foremost Internet resource for foreign policy and national security analysis, is one of the primary tools for doing so.

Job Description

The responsibilities of the News Intern include (but are not limited to):

• Working in CFR's content management system to code and edit pieces for the site
• Interview transcription
• Story research
• Photo research
• Assisting with research for interactive multimedia projects

To Apply

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and short writing sample to Brianna Lee at blee@cfr.org.

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Summer Editorial Intern for Manhattan iNewspapers — Straus News Manhattan

Summer Editorial Intern for Manhattan iNewspapers at Straus News Manhattan

2014-03-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Straus News publishes 14 local weekly newspapers and associated websites in contiguous towns in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The circulation area covers Manhattan and Orange County in New York, Sussex and Passaic Counties in New Jersey and Pike County in Pennsylvania. Straus News also publishes Dirt, a magazine covering the local green scene.
Currently members of the National Newspaper Association, The Suburban Newspaper Association, The Associated Press and The New York Press Association, the papers have won numerous awards for news coverage and advertising excellence.

Job Description

Editorial interns work on our three Manhattan weekly newspapers, the West Side Spirit, Our Town and Our Town Downtown, covering local neighborhood news on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side and downtown, out of our Manhattan office on 7th Avenue in Chelsea.

Interns work closely with editorial staff and attend weekly story meetings. Intern duties include compiling event listings, helping research investigative stories, conducting "man-on-the-street" reporting, taking news photographs, helping with copyediting occasionally, and reporting and writing profiles, news briefs, and other stories.

Our interns have published front-page news stories and get help every step of the way from pitching stories, developing them, reporting and research, and writing and re-writing.

Interns must work 2 days a week minimum.

To Apply

Please send an email to editor.otdt@strausnews.com with a brief cover letter in the body of the email explaining your interest in local news. Also include a resume and 3-5 clips of journalistic work (need not be published, could be from a class). Please also indicate your potential start date and weekly availability (i.e. can start April 15, available Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays).

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Summer Intern — Upstart Business Journal

Summer Intern at Upstart Business Journal

2014-03-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Upstart Business Journal is a national, digital publication covering entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, creative visionaries—and the startup businesses and disruptive ideas they’re unleashing on the world. Upstart is part of American City Business Journals, publisher of 40 weekly print business publications (and their related websites) along with a handful of digital-only entities. ACBJ is owned by Advance Publishing.

ACBJ’s overall strategy is simple: To provide the most comprehensive, exclusive coverage of local business in each market it serves. To do this, ACBJ is committed to top-quality journalism, excellent service to readers and advertisers, and active involvement in the local business community. Our coverage is timely, authoritative and actionable — and it lives wherever busy business leaders want it, via tablet, mobile phone, social media, website, print, email and more.

Job Description

Intern will be a regular contributor to the Upstart Business Journal during the summer of 2014. Among his or her tasks: tracking news and writing related blog posts, conducting interviews and doing research for enterprise posts, covering events, and shooting photos and video.

Position can be either full-time or part-time.

To Apply

Interested candidates need to send a resume, cover letter, clips or links. Deadline for the summer internship is 5 pm on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. Only students who have a genuine interest in covering business news with a digital first-mentality should apply. Also, ACBJ is looking at interns as possible future hires, whether at Upstart or at one of our papers across the country so knowledge of the company and its mission is crucial.
Email: Josh Moss (Jmoss@bizjournals.com)

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TWC News - NY1 News Internship - Summer 2014 — NY1

TWC News - NY1 News Internship - Summer 2014 at NY1

2014-03-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ABOUT NY1 NEWS

On September 8, 1992, a new form of media – NY1 News – was launched. NY1 is a 24-hour news channel, serving New York City's five boroughs, parts of Westchester and Hudson Valley as well as Bergen and Hudson Counties in NJ. Available exclusively to more than 2 million cable subscribers on Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable systems, NY1 covers the city with more than 40 full-time reporters and is completely dedicated to New York City news and information.

NY1 expanded into New York City's Latino community by launching the city's first 24-hour Spanish-language news channel, NY1 Noticias in June 2003. Since its inception, NY1 News has become an indispensable community asset and is now the model for cable news channels nationwide. By combining innovative technology with a strong commitment to reporting, NY1 presents viewers with the most comprehensive New York City news, sports, weather, business and features.

For New Yorkers, New York 1 is the only local news worth watching.


Job Description

We offer opportunities to students who are motivated and eager to learn about and gain valuable experience in the broadcast environment. The following departments are looking for interns who will help plan, execute and coordinate various aspects of news media.


News Internships

• General News: Interns will work with assignment editors, photographers and news producers as they gather, research, write and produce the local news of the day. This internship is split between work in the field and the newsroom.

• Local Edition: Interns will work with NY1’s Queens and Staten Island reporters, anchors and researchers to produce local stories. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field.

• Political Unit: Interns will work with the political team (producers, reporters and writers) to produce NY1’s nightly political program Inside City Hall. Candidates with knowledge of local and national politics and government are preferred.

• Education: Intern will work with NY1’s Education Reporter helping to write, research, and produce local education stories. Candidates with knowledge of educational policy and city government are preferred.

• Transit: Intern will work with NY1’s Transit Reporter helping to write, research and produce stories about the city’s transit system. Candidates with knowledge of the transit system are preferred.

• NY1.com: Intern will work with the New Media team to write headlines, develop content, edit copy and create multimedia stories. There will also be opportunities to get hands-on experience creating photos and video for web and use social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to reach out to our viewers.

• NY1 Noticias: Interns will work with NY1 Noticias’ reporters, producers and writers to produce the content on our Spanish language news channel. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field. Must be bi-lingual.

• NY1 Noticias Pura Política: Interns will work with the Pura Política anchor and producer. They would be exposed to everything that goes into producing a weekly political talk show. Must be bi-lingual.

• The Call: Interns will have the opportunity to conduct “man on the street” interviews (with photographer) on the topic of the night, screen, log, and edit the interviews into sound bites, edit video clips, sort anchor scripts, run TelePrompter during production, and participate in editorial decisions for our live nightly call-in show.



FEATURES & SPORTS INTERNS

• Living Unit: Interns will work with reporters and producers who research, shoot and write NY1’s feature reports (including Arts, Health & Fitness, On Stage, Technology Report and Money Matters) and long-form special programming.

• One on One with Budd Mishkin: Interns will work with Budd Mishkin and his producer as they research, shoot and assemble long-form profiles of prominent New Yorkers.

• NY1 for You: Interns will assist producer and reporter on shoots, interview subjects, pitch story ideas, and research investigative and consumer stories.

• Sports: Interns will log sporting events, edit highlights, assist in the control room during live shows, attend sporting events and assist shooters in the field.

OTHER INTERNSHIPS

For more information on the positions including how to apply go to www.timewarnercable.com/careers and search for REQ# 153744BR

Technical:

• Video Editing

For more information on the positions including how to apply go to www.timewarnercable.com/careers and search for REQ# 153740BR

Tape Library:

For more information on the positions including how to apply go to www.timewarnercable.com/careers and search for REQ# 153741BR

Candidates for internships MUST:

• Receive academic credit

• Have strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, leadership and organizational abilities.

• Maintain a professional appearance, be enthusiastic and have a demonstrated interest in the industry.

• Be able to commit to 16-24 hours per week.

• This is an UNPAID INTERNSHIP.



Coursework or previous internship experience in communications, journalism or related field is preferred.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To Apply

Interested students MUST complete the online application at www.timewarnercable.com/careers. To be considered applicants MUST list the position or positions they are interested in obtaining and rationale for selecting this/these area(s) in a cover letter which should be uploaded as part of the SAME DOCUMENT as their resume.


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Staff Writer, CNNMoney.com - Media — CNN

Staff Writer, CNNMoney.com - Media at CNN

2014-03-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CNN Worldwide is a portfolio of two dozen news and information services across every available platform to more than 2 billion people, in more than 200 countries and territories. With editorial operations around the globe, the people who work here are on-the-ground connected and committed to telling the world’s stories with accuracy and immediacy.

Job Description

The Media Writer will be responsible for covering breaking news and developing enterprise news and analysis on media, including companies, products, personalities and industry trends. Story ideas must be sharp and compelling. Reporting must be thorough and efficient. Writing must be quick and clean. The reporter will work closely under CNN's Media Correspondent as well as digital editors, TV and digital video producers and graphics to create compelling content online and for on-air.

Qualifications: 5-plus years editorial experience. New media and business, tech, or media news experience a plus. Strong social media profile and experience a plus. Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.

To Apply

To apply click here: http://bit.ly/1lnKv15

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2014 Summer Editorial Research Internship — SAVEUR Magazine

2014 Summer Editorial Research Internship at SAVEUR Magazine

2014-03-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Saveur Magazine honors and celebrates real food made by real people. Our 1.5 million readers look at the world food first and are passionately curious about the origins of cuisine. To satisfy that curiosity, Saveur calls on some of the world’s best photographers and writers to chronicle the way the world eats.

Job Description

Saveur Magazine, a leading food publication with a distinctly international focus, is currently looking for editorial research interns.

Responsibilities include researching stories that are in development, fact-checking and some administrative assistance. There are also many opportunities to write, from small front of book pieces to longer web articles.

Candidates must have excellent researching and writing skills, and a demonstrated interest in food and publishing. Knowledge of a foreign language is preferred, but not required.

The summer internship begins in May and runs through August. We ask for a commitment of three full days per week, but can sometimes allow a two day per week commitment.

Though the internship is unpaid, we do offer academic credit.

To Apply

To apply, please email a resume, letter of interest, and writing samples to the Assistant Editor, Laura Loesch-Quintin, at laura.loesch-quintin@bonniercorp.com by Friday, April 4.

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Summer Internship — TIME Asia

Summer Internship at TIME Asia

2014-03-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

TIME Asia is TIME magazine's Asia headquarters, based in Hong Kong.

Job Description

TIME Asia is now accepting applications for its Summer 2014 internship program, which will run from June 2 through Aug. 29. The application deadline is April 2, 2014.

Interns are responsible for fact-checking stories, researching specials and graphics, and producing daily news articles for TIME.com. There are also opportunities to report and write short pieces for the magazine, as well as longer features for TIME.com.

To Apply

Send a cover letter, a résumé and up to 5 clips to internprogram@timeasia.com by no later than April 2, 2014.

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Oprah.com Summer 2014 Intern — Oprah.com

Oprah.com Summer 2014 Intern at Oprah.com

2014-02-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

O, The Oprah Magazine (www.oprah.com/omagazine) encourages confident, intelligent women to reach for their dreams, express their individual style and make wise choices, guided by the values of one of the most charismatic women in the world, O Founder and Editorial Director Oprah Winfrey. With an emphasis on personal growth, the magazine inspires, addressing every aspect of a woman's life and deeply connects with nearly 14 million readers every month (MRI Doublebase 2012). In May 2012, O, The Oprah Magazine won the publishing industry’s highest honor, the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) award for General Excellence.

Job Description

Oprah.com is seeking a hard-working, web-savvy and enthusiastic intern to join our staff for the summer. This is a full-time, unpaid internship position. Duties will include production, photo research, market work, research for stories, social media, and writing promotional copy. There may be opportunities to pitch and write original content.

Applicants should be comfortable in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. They should be diligent managers of their own time and not afraid to ask questions. Passions for journalism and for women’s magazines in particular, as well as enthusiasm about exploring the many creative opportunities involved in web journalism, are essential. Writing experience and strong research skills are a must. Web experience is a plus, but not necessary. Additionally, a sense of humor and diverse interests are welcome.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and a resume, as well as 2-3 clips, to omagazinewebintern@gmail.com. Your cover letter and should exhibit familiarity with both the voice and the content of the website.

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Video Journalism Internship — Storyhunter

Video Journalism Internship at Storyhunter

2014-02-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Storyhunter brings video producers and publishers together to tell authentic stories.

Job Description

As a video journalism intern, you're a part of the production team. You'll participate in all our production meetings, edit videos that come in from around the globe, as well as prepare them for publication. You'll also have the opportunity to produce your own stories from New York City to be published on our partner sites. And get paid. Join a fast-paced working environment, and experience what it's like to work for a young and growing international media company.

We are looking for a self-starter who is extremely passionate about video journalism or documentary filmmaking. The applicant must have prior video journalism or documentary production experience. Knowledge of Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premier is a plus. Spanish and Portuguese speakers are preferred.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail jobs@storyhunter.tv with "VIDEO JOURNALISM APPLICATION" written in the subject line, a paragraph describing your interest in the position and a resume attached.

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Digital Editorial Intern — SAVEUR

Digital Editorial Intern at SAVEUR

2014-02-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

SAVEUR is a magazine for people who experience the world food first. Created to satisfy the hunger for genuine information about food in all its contexts, the magazine and its digital platforms emphasizes heritage and tradition, home cooking and real food, evoking flavors from around the world (including forgotten pockets of culinary excellence in the United States). It celebrates the cultures and environments in which dishes are created and the people who create them. It serves up rich, satisfying stories that are complex, defining and memorable.

SAVEUR is the definitive culinary and culinary-travel magazine of its generation. It has been honored with four American Society of Magazine Editors awards (including one for general excellence) and 17 James Beard journalism awards.

Job Description

SAVEUR is looking for Digital Editorial Interns for March–June and May–August 2014. Interns become intimate with all aspects of web production and content development. Interns should have an inherent understanding of blogs and content websites, and the role they play in people's lives through both desktop and mobile channels. An interest in food, cooking, and travel are a must.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Write and edit digital editorial content
Produce articles, collections, recipes, and galleries
Brainstorm compelling seasonal content
Research and compile product and recipe roundups
Write and edit content for syndications and partnerships
Craft compelling, engaging content for Saveur's various social media outlets

QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of and passion for food and cooking
Top-notch writing and editing skills
Prior knowledge of basic HTML/website backends is a plus
Love for online content, blogging, and the digital sphere
Comfort with Photoshop and Google Docs
Must be available three full days/week to work in our Midtown Manhattan office

Video and photo skills are a big plus. This internship is unpaid; course credit optional.
All SAVEUR interns have the opportunity to connect with well-known people in the culinary world, as well as to attend parties, tastings, and events.

To Apply

TO APPLY: In the body of an email, write a few paragraphs about how great you are, including a brief outline of your work/education history, with links to clips if relevant. (Direct links to personal blogs and social media channels a big plus—not for background check purposes, but so we can see how good you are at the web.) Applications should be sent to Corinne Baldwin (cory@saveur.com). No attachments.

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Redbook Summer Online Editorial Internship — Redbook, Hearst

Redbook Summer Online Editorial Internship at Redbook, Hearst

2014-02-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

See above.

Job Description

Redbookmag.com is seeking hard-working, enthusiastic, go-getter interns for summer 2014. Duties include writing one to two pieces of original content for the site each week, building articles, slideshows, and blog posts in CMS, conducting research, contributing to social media, and compiling daily news. There is ample opportunity to pitch stories at weekly meetings with the small staff.

Candidates must have previous journalism experience and be able to receive college credit. Preference will be given to those with national magazine experience, strong writing samples, and full-time availability. Interest in and enthusiasm for women’s lifestyle content, ranging from health, to love and sex, to beauty, to celebrity news is a must!

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, two to three clips, and your start date/availability to Ava Feuer at afeuer@hearst.com.

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Paid Journalism Internship in Washington, D.C. — The National Journalism Center

Paid Journalism Internship in Washington, D.C. at The National Journalism Center

2014-02-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Since 1977, the National Journalism Center, a project of Young America's Foundation, has provided aspiring conservative and libertarian journalists with the premier opportunity to learn the principles and practice of responsible reporting. The National Journalism Center combines 12 weeks of on-the-job training at a Washington, D.C.-based media outlet with once-weekly training seminars led by prominent journalists, policy experts, and NJC faculty.

Job Description

Since 1977, the National Journalism Center, a project of Young America's Foundation, has provided aspiring conservative and libertarian journalists with the premier opportunity to learn the principles and practice of responsible reporting. The National Journalism Center combines 12 weeks of on-the-job training at a Washington, D.C.-based media outlet with once-weekly training seminars led by prominent journalists, policy experts, and NJC faculty.

The program matches interns with print, broadcast, or online media outlets based on their interests and experience. Interns spend 30 hours/week gaining practical, hands-on journalism experience. Potential placements include The Washington Times, The Washington Examiner, CNN, Fox News Channel, and more.

Students attend the NJC seminar one day a week sharpening their writing and investigative reporting skills. In addition to their work at their media placements, interns complete research, reporting, and writing assignments for the NJC and participate in weekly discussions about current events and issues led by successful Washington, D.C. journalists and media experts and the NJC faculty. Over the course of the summer, interns gain a more sharpened understanding of media, society, and public policy, and the intersection between the three in Washington, D.C.

Internships are offered in the fall (Sept. - Dec.), spring (Jan. - Apr.), and summer (May - Aug.).

Compensation: $1,000/month

To Apply

Step 1: Fill out our online application. http://www.yaf.org/NJCapply.aspx

Step 2: Email the following supplemental materials to Hannah Jackman (hjackman@yaf.org):
* Cover letter
* A current resume
* 3 writing samples (published news clips are preferred)
* 3 references (no letters of recommendation)

DEADLINES:
Spring 2015: January 12 - April 3, 2015.... Application Deadline: November 1, 2014

Summer 2014: May 13 - August 1, 2014.... Application Deadline: December 1, 2013 (early); March 1, 2014 (regular)

Fall 2014: September 8 - December 5, 2014.... Application Deadline: July 1, 2014

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Intern — The Mainichi Newspapers

Intern at The Mainichi Newspapers

2014-02-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Mainichi Newspapers, founded in 1872, is Japan's oldest national daily newspaper. We are currently recognized in Japan as one of the leading newspapers, and have garnered a reputation as a provider of unbiased reporting and poignant editorials.

Our commitment to excellence in journalism has earned us numerous prestigious awards, including a Pulitzer Prize and more than 20 awards from the Japan Newspaper Publishers and Editors Association, making The Mainichi Newspapers Japan's most awarded newspaper. Mainichi has a nationwide circulation of 3.5 million copies.

Job Description

The Mainichi Newspapers (毎日新聞), a Japanese national daily newspaper, is looking to hire an intern to assist operation of its New York bureau. As a long-established publication and one of the top 5 in national newspaper circulation worldwide, an internship with Mainichi will surely provide excellent experience to any student of journalism, or any individual seeking a future in Asia- or Japan-related fields.

Intern duties include research on a wide range of topics, arranging interviews, transcription, tasks relating to office management, and assisting the bureau chief, sportswriter or United Nations correspondent in their duties as needed. Interns will be expected to work in our Midtown East bureau twice a week from 10am to 6pm. Cost of transportation and lunch will be reimbursed.

To Apply

Submit resume and cover letter to mainichi.newyork@gmail.com.

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Editorial Intern — Press4Kids/News-O-Matic

Editorial Intern at Press4Kids/News-O-Matic

2014-02-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Built by dedicated journalists, educators, and entrepreneurs, Press4Kids (P4K) is a publisher of daily news applications for young readers. Press4Kids was incorporated in 2012, and our team shares the goal of informing children about current news and world events — and inspiring them to read on a daily basis. We devoted a great deal of time and energy to ensure that our final products seamlessly combine literacy, fun, reading opportunities, and gamification to produce an engaging and interactive learning experience.

Job Description

Be a part of America's first daily newspaper just for kids! Join the News-O-Matic team to help deliver exciting news for young readers to help inspire a love of nonfiction at an early age. The News-O-Matic is one of the Top educational apps in the App Store, and we need help to grow. Come along and grow with us!

As an intern, you will be asked to help in the following ways:

•Collaborate with Editorial Team to help build the most engaging and appealing content for the edition each day.
•Perform research as required, including topics for news selection and background for existing stories; research may include web-based fact-finding or traditional reporting, such as interviewing subjects.
•Provide suggestions to best determine how to relay the information in a fun, engaging way that will appeal to target audience.
•Assist with the selection and organization of media (images and video) to accompany the stories of the day
•Write original content as directed by the Editor in Chief, including news articles for publication.
•Perform a variety of editorial tasks, including fact checking, maintenance of paperwork/contracts with authors, and running readability metrics on articles.
•Review and proofread content to ensure accuracy.

News-O-Matic is looking for a responsible, enthusiastic new member to join our team. Ideally you're a writer or reporter looking to make a difference in the world. We're trying to inspire a love of reading nonfiction, so hopefully you share our passion.You must be able to conduct research on the phone and online. You must have terrific writing skills and a sharp eye for detail. You must be able to dedicate at least one afternoon a week, though you can contribute much more if you'd like! You should want to GROW with us!

Every week, our revolutionary publication gets into more classrooms and more homes around the world. There are many opportunities at this daily newspaper, and we hope you'll be excited to be a part of it

To Apply

Email a cover letter and resume to the Editor in Chief at russ@press4kids.com.

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Online Editor — Long Island Wins

Online Editor at Long Island Wins

2014-02-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

We are a non-profit communications organization focusing on immigration issues on Long Island and beyond.

Job Description

The online editor will report on, write, edit, and publish multimedia blog posts and feature stories covering immigration news, policy, culture, and history on Long Island and nationally. The online editor will publish one to two articles per day, involving a heavy degree of writing, rewriting, and editing. He/she will also manage a bench of freelance bloggers. The online editor reports to the executive director.

*Manage press outreach for organization’s events and breaking news
*Organize events throughout the year that promote the work of the organization
*Maintain a diverse mix of paid and unpaid bloggers and reporting fellows
*Manage social media campaigns and online ad campaigns
*Draft and edit grant proposals and office materials
*Oversee website content and management

Qualifications
*Strong reporting, writing, editing, and copy editing skills
*Knowledge of video, audio, and photo storytelling and multi-media editing
*Familiarity with content management systems and basic HTML
*Ability to travel on Long Island, including a reliable car and valid drivers license
*Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends
*3-5 years professional experience in online journalism or communications
* Master’s degree preferred
*Spanish-language skills a plus
*Interest in and knowledge of immigration issues

Salary and Benefits
The salary is competitive with other non-profits and includes health and dental benefits.


To Apply

Please email a cover letter, resume, and three published print or video samples with at least one print sample to llemus@longislandwins.com. Address the cover letter to "Hiring Manager."

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Documenatry Film - Research & Development Internship — Ark Media

Documenatry Film - Research & Development Internship at Ark Media

2014-01-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Ark Media is an independent documentary film production company located in Brooklyn, NY. We produce historical, cultural and public affairs documentaries for programs such FRONTLINE and American Experience. Ark Media films have been nominated for an Academy Award and won the National Emmy, a Dupont-Columbia, an RFK Journalism, a Peabody, and a Writers Guild Award.

Job Description

We are looking for individuals with sharp language and analytical skills, a dedicated work ethic and an eagerness to learn. Selected interns will be involved in research and development of a new feature length documentary film. This is a great opportunity to see how a documentary film takes shape and gets up and running.

Potential tasks include:
-Acquiring archival & research materials, and preparing research briefs for producers/story editors to create program content
-Maintaining a database of relevant blogs, articles and contacts
-Assisting in scout preparations and execution with some possibility of shoot prep
-Helping with general office tasks

Ark Media strives to provide a solid educational experience with it's internship program. The spots are unpaid though a daily stipend is provided. Although we do rely on interns for some general office help, the bulk of the work is in the research and production of our films. Interns are closely supervised and taught new skills that are required in our industry. We make every effort to provide a beneficial experience for the interns.

To Apply

Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to Jamila Ephron (jamila.ephron@gmail.com).

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Spring Editorial Intern — Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

Spring Editorial Intern at Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

2014-01-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Us Weekly is a division of Wenner Media LLC (publisher of Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, and Us Weekly magazines), covering celebrity and entertainment news. The print edition has an average of 13.9 million readers per week.

Job Description

Us Weekly is looking for qualified individuals to intern in the editorial department of the magazine's New York headquarters for the Spring semester. Candidates must be highly-motivated, organized, upbeat and responsible individuals with a genuine passion for entertainment/celebrity news and pop culture. The internship program lasts 13 weeks max., and interns are expected to work a minimum of two full days in the office (no telecommuting).

Some duties that will be expected of interns include: conducting phone interviews, transcribing taped interviews, conducting man-on-the street polling, researching, covering red carpet events and press junkets/conferences on behalf of the magazine, taking notes on celebrity TV appearances, and some routine office duties.

Internship is paid, and school credit is optional.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter with availability and resume to Brad Witter (brad.witter@usmagazine.com)

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Editorial Intern — Artspace Magazine

Editorial Intern at Artspace Magazine

2014-01-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Artspace Magazine is the editorial platform for Artspace.com, the leading online destination for contemporary art sales.

Job Description

Artspace Magazine is looking for a smart, motivated, and resourceful intern to work with the editorial staff at an online-only publication, which aims to provide access to and an understanding of the art world to collectors. 


The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, professional, and above all familiar with and comfortable writing about contemporary art. Applicants with a combination of art history backgrounds and some level of journalistic experience are very much encouraged.  


Tasks are evenly divided between assisting with research on such issues as artist biography and exhibition history and writing profiles, criticism, and event reporting for publication under your own byline. This position calls for two days a week in the Artspace office and will offer plentiful opportunities to be published on the site.  

To Apply

Please send cover letter detailing experience and interest as well as writing clips to andrew@artspace.com

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Online Intern, Gotham Magazine — Niche Media

Online Intern, Gotham Magazine at Niche Media

2014-01-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Niche Media Holdings LLC produces must-read, luxurious magazines that mirror the sensibilities and spirits of the unique, vibrant communities to which they cater. Targeting a high-end, savvy readership, Niche Media captures a dream, coast-to-coast demographic that looks to the company's publications for the finest in fashion, travel, food, spirits, society, party coverage and much more.

Job Description

The online editor for Gotham magazine is looking for a sharp, savvy editorial intern with a go-getter attitude and great clips. Daily tasks will include writing blog posts, fact checking, creating slideshows, and assisting with social media.

Previous luxury fashion and lifestyle editorial experience a plus. Basic CMS, html, and Photoshop skills required. Two days per week.

This is a great opportunity for mentorship, clips, and hands-on digital media experience.

To Apply

Please send an email with a brief summary of yourself and your skills, with a resume and two applicable clips attached, to april.walloga@nichemedia.net. This is an unpaid internship. Start date is ASAP.

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Summer Intern — DNAinfo New York

Summer Intern at DNAinfo New York

2013-12-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

DNAinfo New York is New York City’s leading online neighborhood news source. We produce original stories about politics, education, courts, transportation, arts and entertainment, sports, crime and real estate.

Job Description

DNAinfo New York is looking for summer interns.

Want to get out and report on New York City’s neighborhoods? Want to cover a variety of stories — crime, politics, food and many more! — and have every day be a new adventure? Want to get experience (and clips!) in a modern digital newsroom?

Then apply!

This is not a get coffee and log tapes internship. This is a get out there and write it, shoot it, tweet it internship.

To Apply

Send your resume, clips and relevant materials to internship@dnainfo.com by Feb. 14, 2014.

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Features Reporting Intern — New York Daily News

Features Reporting Intern at New York Daily News

2013-12-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New York Daily News is the largest and most widely-read newspaper in the New York City metropolitan area and second largest local media website in New York. Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News has won 10 Pulitzer Prizes for excellence in journalism.

Job Description

The New York Daily News seeks part-time spring interns for the Features Department. We ask that students commit to two days per week, compensated at $7.25 per hour. Candidates must have writing and reporting experience, and should be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, file on deadline, multitask and think on their feet. The internship runs from January to May.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter, resume and 3 clips to Nicole Pesce at npesce@nydailynews.com by Dec. 20. Thank you!

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Time Inc. Lifestyle Group Fellowship Program — Time Inc.

Time Inc. Lifestyle Group Fellowship Program at Time Inc.

2013-12-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Time Inc., a division of Time Warner, is one of the largest branded media companies in the world. The company engages more than 138 million U.S. consumers in print, online and via mobile devices each month. With influential brands such as TIME, PEOPLE, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, InStyle and Real Simple, Time Inc. has owned some of the biggest news stories of the decade and is home to celebrated franchises such as the FORTUNE 500, TIME 100, PEOPLE's Most Beautiful and the SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Swimsuit Issue.

Job Description

Time Inc.'s LifeStyle Group Fellowship program, based out of Birmingham, AL, offers recent college graduates the opportunity to gain experience at some of our trusted brands including Southern Living, Coastal Living, Cooking Light and Oxmoor House. Opportunities are offered in the following areas: editorial, marketing, video, finance, digital, photography and test kitchens. The fellowship program will run from July 2014 to June 2015. Candidates who are unwilling or unable to relocate to Birmingham for the Fellowship program will not be eligible for consideration.

To Apply

To apply, please visit:
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/selectresume.aspx?SID=^vSDF_slp_rhc_k2xkkWoJ_slp_rhc_rZvMCy_slp_rhc_HNx4gqkWonCD4/3LWomb5WJP3U9Bz0WMw==

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60 Minutes Intern — CBS News

60 Minutes Intern at CBS News

2013-12-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information division of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs providing newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

60 Minutes is a CBS News magazine with investigative reports and features focusing on people and events in the news and behind the headlines. Applicants must be proficient with Lexis-Nexis, must have excellent research skills, must know that they want to work in broadcast journalism and must be eager and prepared to take advantage of this rare opportunity. Juniors, seniors and graduate students are eligible. This is an unpaid internship. Students are required to get college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume and days you are available ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Editorial Intern — Eastern Harbor Media, LLC

Editorial Intern at Eastern Harbor Media, LLC

2013-12-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Eastern Harbor Media is a start-up digital content company that publishes websites and newsletters on politics and health. The company's flagship is TheNationalMemo.com.

Job Description

The National Memo, a political website and newsletter that reaches more than 750,000 inboxes every day, is seeking ambitious, web-savvy interns for winter 2014 and beyond. Tasks will include aggregating the news as the election campaigns go into high gear, building fun new features for our site, political reporting, and assisting editor-in-chief Joe Conason with research. This is a paid internship where students will get real hands-on experience while working closely with our senior staff.

To Apply

Please send an email with resume and clips to Henry@easternharbormedia.com

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Food.com Spring Internship — Scripps Networkworks Interactive - Food.com

Food.com Spring Internship at Scripps Networkworks Interactive - Food.com

2013-12-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scripps Networks Interactive is a global media company and the Leader in Lifestyle Media. Our power-house brands -- HGTV, DIY Network, Food Network, Food.com, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and Great American Country -- stimulate personal creativity, spark ingenuity and capture the joy of living richer and fuller lives. Whether remodeling a home, creating a meal or traveling the world, consumers know that life is celebrated on our channels. Join a company where committed, passionate people create some of the best loved and most respected brands in the business; brands that 170 million consumers connect with each month through unique, vibrant and engaging programming.

Job Description

Food.com, the web’s third largest food and cooking site (part of Scripps Networks Interactive), is looking for a spring intern to join our team. Interns will help with content creation, community/site management, editorial brainstorming, social media and more.

Ideally, you will work at least 15 hours a week in our Chelsea offices. Days are flexible.

You must:
•Be detail-oriented
•Be web-savvy
•Be a junior, senior or graduate student at an accredited college/university
•Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
•Have previous internship experience, participation in college clubs/organizations or in-depth coursework in a related field
•Be legally eligible to work in the United States

A sense of humor and a go-get-‘em attitude is a bonus. A love of food is helpful for the job, but a cover letter about your mother’s cooking or all of the great restaurants you’ve tried is not.

This is a paid internship.

Application Deadline: Monday, 12/16/2013

To Apply

Send your cover letter and resume to Mandy Major, mmajor@scrippsnetworks.com

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Time Out New York Features Intern (Spring) — Time Out New York

Time Out New York Features Intern (Spring) at Time Out New York

2013-11-25 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Time Out New York is the obsessive guide to impulsive entertainment, and New York City's comprehensive source for arts and entertainment listings. In addition to our weekly print magazine, Time Out New York online gives you access to full content from the current and past issues of the magazine, plus hundreds of listings and thousands of restaurant and bar reviews.

Job Description

Time Out New York is looking for an editorial intern for the features department. As an editorial intern, you must be dedicated, knowledgeable, and able to commit to working at least two days a week through early to mid–May. This is a fast paced, deadline-driven environment; candidates must be self-motivated and able to dive into projects with confidence. Candidates must be able to communicate with sources and PR contacts with confidence and professionalism.

Interns at TONY can expect to have the following duties:
º Fact check feature articles
º Conduct research for feature articles
º Establish relationships with editors in sections of interest (generate intern-specific tasks)
º Transcribe interviews
º Pitch ideas
º Report and write for features as needed
º Research and write blog posts as needed

Please note: Interns must be enrolled at an accredited college or university, and the internship must be completed for academic credit.

To Apply

Please e-mail Jenna Scherer (jenna.scherer@timeout.com) with your cover letter, resume and no more than three clips. For the subject line, please use "Spring Features Intern."

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ELLE DECOR and House Beautiful Web Intern — Hearst Corporation

ELLE DECOR and House Beautiful Web Intern at Hearst Corporation

2013-11-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 20 U.S. titles and close to 300 international editions.

Job Description

ELLEDecor.com and housebeautiful.com are looking for enthusiastic and hard-working interns for Spring 2014. As a web intern, you'll work closely with the editors of both sites. Responsibilities include generating story ideas; building and writing slideshows, articles, and blog posts; brainstorming ideas for syndication; SEO; photo and editorial research; blogger and site outreach; assisting with social media; and much more.

Candidates must be able to receive school credit and contribute two days per week at our New York office.

To Apply

If interested, please send resume and cover letter to digitalshelterintern@gmail.com

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Editorial Intern — Popular Mechanics

Editorial Intern at Popular Mechanics

2013-11-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 20 U.S. titles and close to 300 international editions. The Company also publishes 20 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly owned subsidiary, Hearst Magazines UK.

Job Description

Popular Mechanics is looking to bring on enthusiastic interns for the Spring semester. One of the country’s leading science and technology magazines, PM reaches 1.2 million subscribers, an established online community and growing iPad and Android app audiences.

The ideal candidate has experience in journalism and interest in some (or all) of the topics we cover—science, technology, entertainment, home, automotive and adventure. Interns at Popular Mechanics write, work with editors on projects, correspond with readers, help coordinate photo shoots and handle various tasks around the office.

The Spring 2014 internship begins at PM’s New York City office in January and runs through May.

To Apply

Interns should be able to dedicate at least 15 hours a week and MUST be able to receive college credit. Please send your resume and clips to magazineinternship@hearst.com with the subject line “Popular Mechanics” and tell us why you’d be a great addition to the PM team.

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Good Housekeeping Web Intern — Hearst Corporation

Good Housekeeping Web Intern at Hearst Corporation

2013-11-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Good Housekeeping magazine — together with the Good Housekeeping Research Institute and the Good Housekeeping Seal — is an American icon of consumer protection and quality assurance.

Job Description

Good Housekeeping is looking for web interns for spring 2014. Responsibilities include writing, editing, and building content for the web (about food, cool products, beauty, and more!), pitching ideas, assisting with research and fact-checking, growing our social media presence, and much more. Interns may have the opportunity to participate in tests in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute and Test Kitchen. The ideal candidate should be familiar with basic HTML, and will be able to commit to 2 days a week. This is an unpaid internship and you must receive college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to ghkwebintern@gmail.com with "Spring Internship" in the subject line.

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Editorial Intern — Spring — Village Voice

Editorial Intern — Spring at Village Voice

2013-11-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

When it was founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer in October of 1955, the Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing more than fifty years ago.

The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes, the National Press Foundation Award and the George Polk Award, the Voice has earned a reputation for its groundbreaking investigations of New York City politics, and as the premier expert on New York's cultural scene.

Job Description

Tell New Yorkers where to go and what to do in the city each week as an intern in the Village Voice's calendar department. Responsibilities include fact-checking, researching, and writing event listings, pitching ideas to the editor of the calendar section, and contributing short weekly entertainment pieces to our Voice Choices section in print (which do pay a little).

Interns will also assist the culture editor. Those with a passion for books and an interest in interviewing authors should definitely apply.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter, résumé, and writing samples to Angela Ashman at aashman@villagevoice.com.

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Editorial Intern — Stereogum / SpinMedia Group

Editorial Intern at Stereogum / SpinMedia Group

2013-11-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Stereogum is the leading online community for independent and alternative music tastemakers. With a daily offering of news, commentary and MP3s, the site drives the conversation around the music that matters.

Stereogum writers and columnists identify the best up-and-coming bands and trends before they hit the mainstream. Through features like Premature Evaluation, Progress Report, Album Of The Week, Band To Watch, and Listomania, the site covers the spectrum of alternative and underground music (indie, hip-hop, pop, and metal) and has amassed a passionate readership of music fans, industry insiders, and indie rock stars. Cited for its commentary and band discovery everywhere from The New Yorker to FOX News, Stereogum’s awards and distinguished mentions include the Plug Award for best music blog, Blender‘s Most Influential People in Online Music, Village Voice‘s Music Blog Of The Year, and Entertainment Weekly‘s Best Music Website.

Stereogum curates some of the most buzzed-about live events at major industry gatherings like SXSW and CMJ, as well as at festivals everywhere from Brooklyn to Reykjavik. Past performers have included Ben Gibbard, Beach House, The Drums, Ted Leo, Screaming Females, and Twin Sister.

Job Description

Stereogum is seeking NYC-based Editorial Interns for Spring 2014.

The Stereogum Editorial Internship is an exclusive program that accepts a small number of applicants each semester. The program is open to students currently enrolled in journalism and/or creative writing programs.

The internship offered here is multifaceted. The right applicant will be involved with all aspects of the site's editorial and production process, which includes (but is not limited to): assisting writers and editors with research, transcription, and reporting; assembling posts in the site's admin; curating photo galleries; setting up video and audio streams; vetting new artists for coverage; assisting in curation and assembly of live events; and of course writing for Stereogum.

The right applicant will be highly ambitious and deeply plugged into new music, with goals to work in music journalism and/or the field of music. He or she should be a skilled writer with some web background as well as social media savvy.

Stereogum Editorial Interns are expected to work two (2) full days per week; schedules are flexible, however, and will be based on both parties’ needs and availability. Editorial Interns should have access to a laptop and smartphone; additionally, it wouldn’t hurt to own a digital camera and digital audio recorder.

To Apply

Interested applicants should send a resume, writing sample and cover letter to intern@stereogum.com. Please include in the cover letter some reasonably detailed description of your musical tastes (your 10 favorite albums of 2013, perhaps, or 10 artists you'd like to see featured on Stereogum, or just a paragraph on your passion for music and fields of expertise).

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Spring 2014 News Intern — Council on Foreign Relations

Spring 2014 News Intern at Council on Foreign Relations

2013-11-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CFR's News Team internships give selected interns the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy journalism. The Council's outreach initiative aims to engage an interested and influential group of Americans from around the country and the world by providing ideas and timely, clear, and accurate information on key international issues. CFR.org, America's foremost Internet resource for foreign policy and national security analysis, is one of the primary tools for doing so.

Job Description

The responsibilities of the News Intern include (but are not limited to):

• Working in CFR's content management system to code and edit pieces for the site
• Interview transcription
• Story research
• Photo research
• Assisting with research for interactive multimedia projects

To Apply

Please send a resume, cover letter, and short writing sample to Brianna Lee (blee@cfr.org).

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Video Journalism Intern — Storyhunter

Video Journalism Intern at Storyhunter

2013-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Storyhunter is a web video journalism company based in New York. We are a global network of freelance video journalists and documentary filmmakers who produce 3-6 minute documentaries, which are then published by premier media companies like Yahoo!, AOL, The International Business Times, Newsweek, The Economist and MSN.

Storyhunter was founded to help budding video journalists and documentary filmmakers gain recognition, improve their skills, and get paid for their stories. Our editors have worked with companies like the New York Times, Bloomberg, AP, ABC, France 2, Al Jazeera and Time, and take pride in helping talented journalists and documentary filmmakers improve their craft.

Job Description

As a video journalism intern, you're a part of the production team. You'll participate in all our production meetings, edit videos that come in from around the globe, as well as prepare them for publishing. You'll also have the opportunity to produce your own stories from New York City to be published on www.storyhunter.tv and all our partner sites, earning $1,000 for each one. Join a fast-paced working environment, and experience what it's like to work for a young and growing international media company.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail info@storyhunter.tv with a paragraph describing your interest in the position and attach a resume.

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Online Editorial Intern — Interview Magazine

Online Editorial Intern at Interview Magazine

2013-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Arts and culture magazine founded by Andy Warhol in 1969.

Job Description

Interview Magazine is seeking web editorial interns for the spring semester. Interns must be available two days a week.

Interns will be responsible for working closely with the Online Editors to help maintain the Interview site, www.interviewmagazine.com. Interns will gain experience with all aspects of running a website and the ever-evolving world of online media. Duties will include: transcribing the interviews that appear on the site, building slideshows and uploading photos, pitching and researching story ideas, and some blogging. There is a strong mentorship component to the internship, with constant feedback provided on writing and pitches.

Potential interns must have a passion for all the areas we cover: fashion, music, art, film, and culture.

Experience with transcription and web production is a plus, as is blogging experience.

To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to interview.internships@gmail.com.

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Features Intern — Woman's Day

Features Intern at Woman's Day

2013-11-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman’s Day is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to our reader’s values and focuses on what’s important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate the connection she cherishes with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything.

Woman’s Day gives our loyal audience the actionable tools and relatable inspiration she needs to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life.

Job Description

Woman’s Day is searching for enthusiastic spring interns to join its features department. We are looking for students working toward a degree in journalism or English, who are interested in women’s lifestyle magazines.

Ideal candidates will be organized, creative, self-motivated, and passionate about the magazine. Interns will work closely with our features team to research and brainstorm ideas for articles on personal finance, pets, women entrepreneurs, and women making a difference in their communities.

Depending on the days interns work, there are opportunities to attend production meetings and pitch meetings.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and any relevant clips to Anna Dysinger at adysinger@hearst.com.

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Research/Production Intern — Roadside Entertainment

Research/Production Intern at Roadside Entertainment

2013-10-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

We are an established production company based in NY that looks to tell compelling and interesting stories. We want to be immersed in the culture that is "sports" regardless of country.

Job Description

Looking for young, creative journalists who want to find the most interesting, and unheard of, sports stories for a brand new sports news startup that's being produced with help from a big name outside news organization. We will have access to many different professional athletes and teams around the world.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter and resume to Mike Lockyer (mike@roadsideentertainment.com)

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NY1 News Internship - Spring 2014 — Television

NY1 News Internship - Spring 2014 at Television

2013-10-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

On September 8, 1992, a new form of media – NY1 News – was launched. NY1 is a 24-hour news channel, serving New York City's five boroughs, parts of Westchester and Hudson Valley as well as Bergen and Hudson Counties in NJ. Available exclusively to more than 2 million cable subscribers on Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable systems, NY1 covers the city with more than 40 full-time reporters and is completely dedicated to New York City news and information.

NY1 expanded into New York City's Latino community by launching the city's first 24-hour Spanish-language news channel, NY1 Noticias in June 2003. The channel is available on Time Warner Cable's DTV channel 801.

Since its inception, NY1 News has become an indispensable community asset and is now the model for cable news channels nationwide. By combining innovative technology with a strong commitment to reporting, NY1 presents viewers with the most comprehensive New York City news, sports, weather, business and features.

For New Yorkers, New York 1 is the only local news worth watching.

Job Description

NEWS INTERNS:

• General News: Interns will work with assignment editors, photographers and news producers as they gather, research, write and produce the local news of the day. This internship is split between work in the field and the newsroom.

• Local Edition: Interns will work with NY1’s Queens, Staten Island and Bergen County, NJ reporters, anchors and researchers to produce local stories. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field.

• Political Unit: Interns will work with the political team (producers, reporters and writers) to produce NY1’s nightly political program Inside City Hall. Candidates with knowledge of city and state government are preferred.

• Education: Intern will work with NY1’s Education Reporter helping to write, research, and produce local education stories. Candidates with knowledge of educational policy and city government are preferred.

• Transit: Intern will work with NY1’s Transit Reporter helping to write, research and produce stories about the city’s transit system. Candidates with knowledge of the transit system are preferred. This internship will require candidates to travel the system throughout the five boroughs to check on story tips. Social media skills are a plus.

• NY1.com: Intern will work with the New Media team to write headlines, develop content, edit copy and create multimedia stories. There will also be opportunities to get hands-on experience creating photos and video for web and use social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to reach out to our viewers.

• NY1 Noticias: Interns will work with NY1 Noticias’ reporters, producers and writers to produce the content on our Spanish language news channel. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field. Must be bi-lingual.

• The Call: Interns will have the opportunity to conduct “man on the street” interviews (with photographer) on the topic of the night, screen, log, and edit the interviews into sound bites, edit video clips, sort anchor scripts, run TelePrompter during production, and participate in editorial decisions for our live nightly call-in show.


FEATURES & SPORTS INTERNS

• Living Unit: Interns will work with reporters and producers who research, shoot and write NY1’s feature reports (including Arts, Health & Fitness, On Stage, Technology Report and Money Matters) and long-form special programming.

• NY1 for You: Interns will assist producer and reporter on shoots, interview subjects, pitch story ideas, and research investigative and consumer stories.

• Sports: Interns will log sporting events, edit highlights, assist in the control room during live shows, attend sporting events and assist shooters in the field.


QUALIFICATIONS FOR ALL INTERNS



Candidates for internships MUST:

• Receive academic credits

• Have strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, leadership and organizational abilities.

• Maintain a professional appearance, be enthusiastic, and have a demonstrated interest in journalism and news.

• Be able to commit to 16 hours per week.

• This is an UNPAID INTERNSHIP.



Coursework or previous internship experience in communications, journalism or related field is preferred.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To Apply

Interested students MUST complete the online application at www.timewarnercable.com/careers

To be considered applicants MUST list the position or positions they are interested in obtaining and rationale for selecting this/these area(s) in a cover letter which should be uploaded as part of the SAME DOCUMENT as their resume.

Time Warner Cable supports a drug-free environment

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Editorial Intern — 2Blue Media Group

Editorial Intern at 2Blue Media Group

2013-10-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

We have 11 lifestyle websites.

Job Description

2Blue Media Group is seeking an editorial intern who is passionate about journalism, social media, and all things Internet. The intern will work closely with the company's Editor-in-Chief, Managing
Editor, and Editorial Director.

He or she will be responsible for:
-Pitching and writing 1-2 news stories or evergreen features per day that fall under health, entertainment, movies, music, TV, travel, fashion, food, parents, finance, or tech.
-Pitching and producing evergreen slideshows.
-Helping to grow 2Blue's Twitter and Facebook accounts through link shares, exchanges, and other social outlets.
-Uploading and formatting content and packaging wires and partner content.
-Choosing photos for content.
-Attending press events on behalf of 2Blue.

The candidate will be required to work 2 days per week in our midtown office, and will be compensated
$12/hr.

To Apply

Email resume, cover letter, and writing samples to
Jessica Samakow
Editorial Director
email: Jessica@2bluemediagroup.com

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Editorial Intern — The New York Observer

Editorial Intern at The New York Observer

2013-10-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

SCENE magazine is a luxury regional publication owned by Observer Media Group.

Job Description

The New York Observer‘s luxury publication, SCENE, is looking for a summer editorial/fashion intern to assist the publication’s Associate Editor. The candidate must have an interest in fashion, home and possess strong writing skills.
Tasks will include, but are not limited to the following

- Photo research and image requests
- Brainstorm and develop stories
- Manage social media on Facebook and Twitter
- Pitch blog posts and, if approved, write with special attention to SEO
- Fact Check and light copyedit
- Assist on photo shoots and manage returns of samples
- Help with administrative duties as they arise
- Write stories for print

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and résumé to Eliza Krpoyan, jobs@sceneinny.com, Subject line: SCENE magazine Editorial Intern

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Redbook Spring 2014 Web Internship — Redbook, Hearst

Redbook Spring 2014 Web Internship at Redbook, Hearst

2013-10-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Redbookmag.com is the resource for 30-something women seeking affordable fashion, beauty ideas, love and sex advice, health and wellness tips, and more.

Job Description

Redbookmag.com is seeking hard-working, enthusiastic, go-getter interns for Spring 2014. Duties include building articles, slideshows and blog posts in CMS, conducting research and interviews, prepping stories for syndication, assisting with social media, and writing at least one piece per week of original content for the site. There is ample opportunity to pitch stories and work closely with the small staff.

Candidates must have previous journalism experience, be able to receive college credit, and be available to work two days/week. Interest in women’s lifestyle content, ranging from health, to love and sex, to beauty, to celebrity news is a must!

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, and your start date/availability to Ava Feuer at afeuer@hearst.com.

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CNBC Internship- Spring 2014 — NBCUniversal

CNBC Internship- Spring 2014 at NBCUniversal

2013-10-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NBCUniversal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. NBCUniversal owns and operates a valuable portfolio of news and entertainment television networks, a premier motion picture company, significant television production operations, a leading television stations group, and world-renowned theme parks. NBCUniversal is owned by Comcast Corporation. It is the policy of NBCUniversal and NBCUniversal's affiliated businesses to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy) sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

Responsibilities: NBC Universal's internship opportunities give students real world experience and exposure to one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment. Internships are the perfect way to gain experience while learning what a career at NBC Universal might hold in store for you. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Description

Internships at CNBC may include (but are not limited to):
• Programming Development
• Editorial
• Breaking News
• Research
• Production (on shows like Mad Money, Power Lunch, Squawk Box, Closing Bell)

Qualifications/Requirements: NBCUniversal interns must meet the following criteria:
• In pursuit of an Associate, Bachelor or Graduate degree at an Accredited Institution
• Current class standing of sophomore or above
• Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
• Must be 18 years of age or older
• Unrestricted Authorization to work in the U.S.

Desired Characteristics:
• Previous work experience in an office environment
• Previous internship experience
• Interest in Business & Economic Journalism
• Prior knowledge of CNBC

Please note: All of these internship opportunities are located in Englewood Cliffs, NJ

To Apply

Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to katherine.rieger@nbcuni.com and apply online: http://nbcuoncampus.com/view-job?id=185034

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Summer Internships — Newsday

Summer Internships at Newsday

2013-10-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Newsday is one of the nation’s largest daily newspapers, serving Long Island through its portfolio of print and digital products. Newsday has received 19 Pulitzer Prizes and other awards for outstanding journalism. The newspaper is read by 2 out of 3 Long Island adults each week. Newsday and its popular websites, newsday.com and exploreLI.com, are part of Newsday Media Group, which also includes amNewYork, the nation's most widely circulated free daily serving New York City; and Star Community Publishing, one of the Northeast's largest groups of weekly shopper publications. Newsday Media Group is a subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corporation. Additional information about Newsday can be found at www.newsday.com

Job Description

NEWSDAY PRINT INTERNSHIPS
Our interns produce content for the newspaper and for our websites. One of the unique aspects of this program is its hands-on experience. Interns get practical training, work closely with editors and are expected to perform as professionals. We seek candidates who are interested in news, feature and sports reporting, computer assisted reporting, copy editing, layout and design and photography. Interns work in our main office in Melville on Long Island. A car is required for reporter and photo interns except for Opinion page interns.

NEWSDAY.COM EDITORIAL INTERNSHIPS
Newsday.com interns post stories and create photo galleries, polls and other multimedia extras; write blog posts; maintain specific sections of the site; and work on social media. They also assist with breaking news and help with longer-term multimedia projects.
Please address questions to Rachel Senatore, rachel.senatore@newsday.com

NEWSDAY.COM DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP
The program is designed for students and recent graduates interested in a career in software development or design with a focus on web and mobile publishing.
Interns are sought in the following areas:
• Web and mobile design, CSS, HTML
• Javascript, template development and PHP/mySQL
• Java development
• Quality assurance and testing
The positions are based in Melville and students must have transportation to and from the office. Please address questions to Dennis Elder, VP Digital Development, dennis.elder@newsday.com.

To Apply

www.newsday.com/internships
The deadline is December 6, 2014

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Editorial intern — Latina Media Ventures

Editorial intern at Latina Media Ventures

2013-10-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Latina Media Ventures is the authoritative voice for the acculturated community of Hispanic women living in the US. For 16 years and across multiple platforms, Latina provides unique, in-depth, culturally-relevant, engaging and inspiring content on key areas of interest: including beauty, food, entertainment, fashion, parenting and health. With 3MM readers, Latina is the largest magazine edited by and for Latin women.

Job Description

Latina Media Ventures is looking for smart, enthusiastic interns for the spring 2014 semester (Jan to May). Our editorial intern will work closely with our small staff of editors by assisting with research, developing story ideas, communicating with readers, fact-checking, transcribing interviews, writing for the magazine and web site, attend editorial meetings and other editorial duties. Our Beauty & Fashion intern will assist with general B&F duties, help on photo shoots and communicate with manufacturers. Our ideal candidates will have a passion for Latina culture and a love of magazines.

To Apply

To apply: Send a short cover letter, resume and 2 clips to elaine.cipriano@latina.com by Nov. 1, 2013

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Spring 2014 Editorial Internships with The Nation magazine and The Nation Institute — The Nation Institute

Spring 2014 Editorial Internships with The Nation magazine and The Nation Institute at The Nation Institute

2013-09-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

For more than three decades The Nation Institute, in conjunction with The Nation magazine, has provided an internship program for early-career journalists interested in journalism and publishing.

The Nation Institute, a nonprofit media center, has a dynamic range of programs, including a bestselling book publishing imprint, Nation Books; an award-winning Investigative Fund which supports investigative journalism; Journalism Fellowships that support established and emerging reporters; the website TomDispatch; prize programs to support whistleblowing, journalism, and social justice; and this internship program with The Nation magazine.

The Nation is America's oldest continuously published weekly magazine and the most widely read journal of opinion. Founded by antislavery abolitionists in 1865, The Nation is a journal of politics, culture, books, and the arts. Historic contributors include W.E.B. Dubois, Willa Cather, James Agee, Hannah Arendt, James Baldwin, Gore Vidal, Sylvia Plath, Martin Luther King Jr., Hunter S. Thompson, Lillian Hellman, Kurt Vonnegut, Edward Said, John Leonard, and Molly Ivins. The Nation's contemporary writers include Naomi Klein, Jeremy Scahill, John Nichols, Eric Foner, Patricia Williams, Katha Pollitt, Marilynne Robinson, William Deresiewicz, Eric Alterman, Walter Mosley, Ralph Nader, Melissa Harris-Perry, Christopher Hayes, Bill McKibben, Jessica Valenti, Dave Zirin, Katrina vanden Heuvel, and Calvin Trillin.

Job Description

For more than three decades The Nation Institute, in conjunction with The Nation magazine, has provided an internship program for early-career journalists interested in journalism and publishing.

Our internship program offers three internship sessions a year, with eleven internship positions available during each session:

Seven editorial interns experience a comprehensive immersion into The Nation and TheNation.com's editorial processes. These interns' primary responsibilities include fact-checking for the magazine and website, providing research support to Nation writers and editors, and assisting bloggers on TheNation.com. Interns are not expected to arrive with fact-checking or digital media experience and will be extensively trained in those areas, though a familiarity with The Nation and the range of issues we cover is essential. These interns are based in the magazine's New York City offices.

Toward the end of each internship session, one exemplary intern will be asked to stay on for an additional session as a digital intern in order to deepen his or her engagement with The Nation and TheNation.com's editorial processes and build on skills learned during the editorial internship.

One additional editorial internship position is available in The Nation's Washington D.C. office. This intern works closely with the magazine's Washington reporters, researching and fact-checking, as well as attending press conferences and Congressional hearings.

We also offer two internship positions at the non-profit Nation Institute. One intern works primarily with the Institute's progressive book imprint, Nation Books, reviewing book proposals, fact-checking, and conducting research, as well as assisting with social media and blogging. Another intern works with the Institute's Investigative Fund, fact-checking and conducting research, as well as assisting with outreach. Both of these interns also work on Institute-related projects and will be based at the Institute's New York City offices.

Candidates should indicate which internship position—The Nation in New York or D.C., or The Nation Institute—they would like to be considered for in their cover letter, or indicate that they would like to be considered for multiple positions.

All interns have the opportunity to write for TheNation.com and participate in educational seminars with journalists, academics, and activists.

The internship is full time, five days a week. The Spring 2014 session begins January 7 and ends June 6, and the postmark deadline for applications is October 7, 2013.

Compensation and credit: Interns are paid an hourly wage and provided an Unlimited Metrocard or equivalent reimbursement for interns who take other modes of transportation. Whenever possible, The Nation Institute will assist interns in arranging for academic or work-study credit. Housing and travel grants are available to those who need them in order to do the internship.

Qualifications: Applicants must have completed their junior year of college.

For more information, please see our website:http://www.nationinstitute.org/internships/1000/

To Apply

Please send a cover letter indicating your interest in The Nation and The Nation Institute and describing your career goals. In addition, include a resume, two letters of recommendation (at least one non-academic), and one writing sample. Published clips are preferred, though academic papers and creative writing samples are acceptable (no longer than eight pages, please). Your application must be postmarked by the application deadline.
All application materials become the property of The Nation Institute. Please send your application to:

Kate Murphy
Internship Director
116 East 16th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10003

Please address all queries to kate@thenation.com.

The Nation Institute is an equal-opportunity employer.

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Editorial Intern, Modern Painters and Art+Auction — Louise Blouin Media

Editorial Intern, Modern Painters and Art+Auction at Louise Blouin Media

2013-09-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Louise Blouin Media is an art magazine, website, and book publishing company founded by Louise Blouin. Its titles include Art+Auction, Gallery Guide, Modern Painters and Blouinartinfo.com.

Job Description

Louise Blouin Media, publisher of Art+Auction and Modern Painters magazines, is seeking editorial interns for the fall term.

Duties will include research, fact-checking, transcribing interviews, updating the editorial calendar, as well as some administrative work. As part of a tight-knit team, interns will have opportunities to report and write, and will gain insight into both the art world and the process of editing and publishing a monthly magazine. Interns will work with both magazines.

An interest in the visual arts, the art market, and/or contemporary culture is important. So are good writing and communications skills, and attention to detail. Ideally, candidates will currently be enrolled in an undergraduate program, though recent graduates are welcome to apply as well.

Internships require a commitment of two days a week for a minimum of three months and may be done in exchange for academic credit, though receiving school credit is not mandatory. We offer a daily stipend to cover lunch and travel.

To Apply

Please reply to Thea Ballard at tballard@artinfo.com with a resume, two relevant writing samples (no more than 500 words each), and a brief cover letter explaining your interest in this position.

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60 Minutes Intern — CBS News

60 Minutes Intern at CBS News

2013-09-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information division of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs providing newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

60 Minutes is a CBS News magazine with investigative reports and features focusing on people and events in the news and behind the headlines. Applicants must be proficient with Lexis-Nexis, must have excellent research skills, must know that they want to work in broadcast journalism and must be eager and prepared to take advantage of this rare opportunity. Juniors, seniors and graduate students are eligible. The time commitment is 2 full weekdays. This is an unpaid internship. Students are required to get college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com

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Editorial Intern — Straus News

Editorial Intern at Straus News

2013-09-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Straus News publishes 14 local weekly newspapers and associated websites in contiguous towns in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Straus News' newspapers in Manhattan are Our Town, The West Side Spirit, Our Town Downtown, Chelsea Clinton News, and The Westsider. Our newspapers and websites focus on local issues that matter to people's everyday lives, from concerns about schools and infrastructure spending to who's who in town and soccer scores. We pride ourselves on our commitment to reporting the tough local stories while highlighting the success and achievements in our neighborhoods.

Job Description

We need interns to come in at least 2 days a week to our office in Chelsea (it doesn't necessarily have to be two full 8-hour days) and work on a variety of tasks including compiling event listings, writing news briefs, doing man-on-the-street interviews, taking photos, and writing features/profiles/news articles. Lots of opportunities for bylines!

To Apply

Please send an email to (editor.otdt@strausnew.com) with a brief cover letter in the body explaining why you're interested in neighborhood / hyperlocal news and your availability during the work week. Attach a resume and one or two news writing samples (can be published or from a class).

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Africa.com Editorial Intern: Fall 2013 — africa.com

Africa.com Editorial Intern: Fall 2013 at africa.com

2013-09-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Established in 2010, Africa.com is the fastest growing Africa-related website with over 5 million unique page views per month from visitors in over 200 countries across the globe. Africa.com showcases carefully selected news, business and finance, technology, travel, arts and culture on all 54 countries. We have offices in New York, South Africa and Nigeria.

Job Description

We are a team of smart, fun, down-to-earth entrepreneurs who share a deep passion for Africa. Through our work, we are playing a key role in shaping the way the world views Africa.

Successful candidates must have:

o Experience in producing original content across mediums (print, multimedia)
o Strong communication and interviewing skills
o Strong enthusiasm for Africa
o A sense of journalistic ethics
o Knowledge of social media
o Knowledge of Content Management Systems – WordPress, MailChimp etc is a plus
o Knowledge of Photoshop, Final Cut Pro

To Apply

Please submit a copy of your resume and cover letter to jobs@africa.com


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Editorial Internship — Complex Media

Editorial Internship at Complex Media

2013-09-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

SuperGlued is a community-driven collection of the best moments in live music. Members use it to stay updated on the latest news and to share and discuss their favorite concert moments. And artists including Rihanna, Pearl Jam, Robin Thicke and J. Cole use SuperGlued to build buzz and engagement around their concert tours. SuperGlued has been featured in Billboard, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Businessweek and the Webby Awards, In 2012, it was acquired by Complex Media.

Job Description

Potential Responsibilities
- Attend concerts and write concert recaps to post on SuperGlued.com
- Pitch feature ideas such as best of lists series. These lists should be informative, unique or entertaining. Something that people will want to browse through.
- Research and fact check content that would be included in features
- Organize and update spreadsheets of potential content
- Keep tabs on live music news through customs twitter feed/email update

Additional Information
- 20-25 hours per week
- College credit available
- Can occasionally work from home. Our offices are based in midtown near Radio City Music Hall.

To Apply

If interested, please email your resume to intern@superglued.com and tell us about your favorite all-time concert and why as well as your three favorite music blogs.

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Paid Research Intern to Dig Into the Business of Wall Street — InvestmentWires

Paid Research Intern to Dig Into the Business of Wall Street at InvestmentWires

2013-08-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

We are a small trade publisher whose readers are the leaders of the mutual fund and 401(k) businesses.

Job Description

Paid Research Intern to Dig Into the Business of Wall Street

part-time work available, paid
only current students may apply

Description:
Seeking interns who want to research the folks on Wall Street. We are a small trade publisher whose readers are the leaders of the mutual fund and 401(k) businesses. We want to teach interns who are eager to learn the ins and outs of business reporting and the financial services business.

This is a paid internship for students only, and it will last through the end of the semester. For those who are interested, the internship can extend through the end of the school year.

Responsibilities:
You'll have an opportunity to write, to delve into SEC filings, and to research people and companies within the 401(k) and mutual fund businesses.

Requirements:
Ability to write is a must, as is the ability to research via phone and the Internet. Familiarity with databases and Web design is an edge.

To Apply

Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to jobs@investmentwires.com.

NO PHONE CALLS

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Fall Intern — Hearst Magazines

Fall Intern at Hearst Magazines

2013-08-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 20 U.S. titles and close to 300 international editions. The Company also publishes 20 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly owned subsidiary, Hearst Magazines UK.

Job Description

Popular Mechanics is looking to bring on enthusiastic interns for the Fall semester. One of the country’s leading science and technology magazines, PM reaches 1.2 million subscribers, an established online community and growing iPad and Android app audiences. The ideal candidate has experience in journalism and interest in some (or all) of the topics we cover—science, technology, entertainment, home, automotive and adventure. Interns at Popular Mechanics write, work with editors on projects, correspond with readers, help coordinate photo shoots and handle various tasks around the office.

The Fall 2013 internship begins at PM’s New York City office in September and runs through December. Interns should be able to dedicate two days per week and MUST be able to receive college credit.

To Apply

Cover letter + resume + interest in DIY, TECH, and or Automotive

Please send your resume and clips to Theresa Breen (tbreen@hearst.com) with the subject line “Popular Mechanics” and tell us why you’d be a great addition to the PM team.

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Editorial Internship — Time Out New York Kids

Editorial Internship at Time Out New York Kids

2013-08-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

An essential guide for city parents, TONY Kids provides comprehensive entertainment and activity listings—thoughtfully broken down by age group—to help families make the most of city living.

Job Description

This is a very hands-on internship and will be best suited for students who possess a passion for writing, arts & culture and are enthusiastic about the Time Out brand and all things NYC. Our interns become integral members of our editorial team (print and online) as they experience the day-to-day publishing process alongside our editors and writers.

To Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and a list of the days you are available to internships.ny@timeout.com. Please also indicate “TONY Kids Internship” in the subject line of your email. You MUST receive academic credit for this internship and it requires two days per week commitment (16 hours).

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Editorial Intern — Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

Editorial Intern at Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

2013-08-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Us Weekly is a division of Wenner Media LLC (publisher of Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, and Us Weekly magazines), covering celebrity and entertainment news. The print edition has an average of 13.1 million readers per week.

Job Description

Us Weekly is currently looking for well-qualified individuals to intern in the editorial department of the magazine's New York headquarters. Interns must be highly-motivated, organized, upbeat and responsible individuals with an interest in celebrity news and pop culture.

Interns are expected to work a minimum of two full days from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. (but should understand that longer hours are sometimes required as we work to meet deadlines to close the issue.)

Some duties that will be expected of interns include: conducting phone interviews, transcribing taped interviews, conducting man-on-the street polls, researching, covering red carpet events and press junkets/conferences on behalf of the magazine, taking notes on celebrity TV appearances, and some routine office duties.

Internship is paid, and school credit is available but not required.

To Apply

Please submit a brief cover letter (with Fall semester availability) and resume to Brad Witter (brad.witter@usmagazine.com)

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Intern — TechMediaNetwork

Intern at TechMediaNetwork

2013-08-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

TechMediaNetwork is the only tech and science publisher that combines trusted editorial content with expert communities and integrated commerce experiences, reaching more than 72 million consumers worldwide– and we’re growing fast! Our premium portfolio of tech and science brands, including TopTenREVIEWS, Tom’s Hardware, LAPTOP, Tom’s Guide, Space.com, and LiveScience, offers a diversified mix of original, trusted content, from up-to-date technology reviews to down-to earth explanations of the wonders of science and the happenings in space. We have more than 300 employees located in six offices across the globe, with media properties operating in eight different languages.

The company is entering an exciting stage of growth as we aim to become the number one tech and science publisher in the world. We look forward to hearing from you.

Job Description

We are looking for enthusiastic interns who are ready to jump into the digital media ”pool” by way of a full cannonball - No toe dipping allowed!

The ideal interns will be card carrying science or technology geeks. Journalism experience and a solid understanding of HTML & social media are big pluses, and if you comprehend instructions and produce quality work quickly, we’ll practically throw a parade in your honor!

In exchange, we’ll give you a modest hourly wage ($15 / hour) and the nuts and bolts of new media journalism. Interns will learn strong story pitching, research, reporting, deadlines and SEO. All the experience you need to launch a successful journalism career.



To Apply

If you’ve got the chutzpah and are ready for the fast paced world of digital media, drop us a line. Let us know if you are interested in the “Science Intern” or “Tech Intern” program in the subject line. We also want to know something about what makes you tick as a journalist, your best writing sample and your resume to careers@techmedianetwork.com by October 1, 2013. Be sure to paste everything into the body of the email – no attachments - they annoy us. Really.

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Editorial Intern — The Daily Beast Company

Editorial Intern at The Daily Beast Company

2013-08-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Daily Beast was founded in 2008 as the vision of Tina Brown and IAC Chairman Barry Diller. Curated to avoid information overload, the site is dedicated to breaking news and sharp commentary. In 2011, The Daily Beast became the online home of Newsweek magazine, which has served as the world’s preeminent conversation starter since its founding in 1933. Tina Brown, former editor of Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and Talk, serves as editor-in-chief of both publications.

Job Description

The Newsweek/Daily Beast company is seeking journalism students for our editorial fall internship program. Interns must work in our headquarters in New York, where they will be shadowing and working with editors, writers, photo editors and video producers helping with research, reporting, and assisting in the day to day operations of a news web site. This internship is for credit only.

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter detailing your journalistic interests to sarah.begley@newsweekdailybeast.com

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Online Editorial Intern — Interview Magazine

Online Editorial Intern at Interview Magazine

2013-08-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Arts and culture magazine founded by Andy Warhol in 1969

Job Description

Interview Magazine is seeking web editorial interns for the fall. Interns must be available at least two days a week.

Responsibilities include transcribing the interviews that appear on the site, building slideshows, researching articles, assisting web editors, and writing blog posts; if you’re a good writer who takes initiative with pitching ideas, you’ll have more of an opportunity to get your writing on the site.

Potential interns must have a passion for all the areas we cover: film, music, art, fashion, and culture. Experience with transcription and web production is a plus, as is blogging experience.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Emma Brown (ebrown@brantpub.com).

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Good Housekeeping Fall Beauty Internship — Hearst Corporation

Good Housekeeping Fall Beauty Internship at Hearst Corporation

2013-08-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

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Job Description

Good Housekeeping Magazine’s beauty department is seeking a fall intern who would be able to work 2 days/week, September-December.

Duties include assisting editors with market work and research, fact-checking, helping to pitch story ideas, transcribing, keeping our workspace organized, and updating contact lists. We are looking for a super-organized, detail-oriented, and outgoing person who has an interest in all things beauty. Previous magazine internship preferred, although not required. This internship is unpaid and candidates must be able to receive academic credit.

To Apply

Please email your résumé to Melanie Rud Chadwick, mchadwick@hearst.com.

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Food.com Editorial Internship — Food.com

Food.com Editorial Internship at Food.com

2013-08-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Food.com, the Home of the Home Cook since 1999 and one of the web’s largest recipe swaps, started as an idea to connect food lovers from all over the world. Since then, Food.com has grown into a daily cooking community, featuring 470,000+ tasted and trusted recipes, 300,000+ photos and millions of reviews, tips and shortcuts shared by everyday people like you. From quick dinner ideas and remakes of restaurant favorites to classic dishes for the holidays and creative ideas for the kids, Food.com has a recipe for every meal, every occasion and every family.

Job Description

Food.com, the web’s third largest food and cooking site, is looking for a fall intern to join our small but busy team. Interns will help with content creation (food porn!), community/site management, editorial brainstorming, social media and more.

Looking for 15-20 hours a week in our NYC offices. Attention to detail, web-savvy and a love of food is a must. A sense of humor and go-get-‘em attitude is a bonus.

Paid internship. Runs from early September to early December.

To Apply

Send cover letter and resumes to Kristine Brabson at kbrabson@scrippsnetworks.com

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Editorial Internship — Rodale Inc.

Editorial Internship at Rodale Inc.

2013-08-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Rodale:
Rodale is a global lifestyle company with a mission to inspire and enable people to improve their lives and the world around them. Through a broad portfolio of leading media properties, Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through multiple distribution channels, including magazines, books, online, mobile, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer and video. Rodale publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times and Organic Gardening, and is one of the largest independent book publishers in the United States with a collection of bestselling titles including Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, Eat This, Not That! and Flat Belly Diet. The company is also widely regarded as a digital leader in the areas of health and fitness and has launched three digital properties—Fitbie.com and YouTube channels 3V and Tasted. Rodale continues to expand its reach through an ever growing list of award winning mobile applications and partnerships, and is a leader in direct-response marketing with more than 27 million active customers in its database. To learn more about Rodale, visit www.rodaleinc.com. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Job Description

Rodale is currently accepting resumes for the 2013 Fall Internship Program. These paid internships are open to students eligible for academic credit or are enrolled as a full time student at an accredited college or university. The ideal candidate will have a strong academic record, previous intern experience and an interest in the chosen area of the business. Internships are based in the company's New York City locations.

We are seeking Editorial interns for our magazines, books and all custom content groups. An Editorial intern will support several editors and/or researchers in multiple tasks relating to preparing stories for publication. Interns may have the opportunity to conduct research, write for the magazine’s front-of-book sections and fact-check articles.

We are looking for an upbeat, enthusiastic team player who is highly organized and works well in a fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate will possess: excellent communication skills, meticulous attention to detail, and the ability to juggle multiple responsibilities. This person must have experience in Word and Excel; InDesign experience would be a plus.

Rodale has made a positive difference in the lives of millions of people. Perhaps we'll make a difference in yours. Discover this career opportunity and more at www.rodaleinc.com

To Apply

http://www.rodaleinc.com/content/career-opportunities

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Digital Editorial Internship — Rodale Inc.

Digital Editorial Internship at Rodale Inc.

2013-08-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Rodale:
Rodale is a global lifestyle company with a mission to inspire and enable people to improve their lives and the world around them. Through a broad portfolio of leading media properties, Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through multiple distribution channels, including magazines, books, online, mobile, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer and video. Rodale publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times and Organic Gardening, and is one of the largest independent book publishers in the United States with a collection of bestselling titles including Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, Eat This, Not That! and Flat Belly Diet. The company is also widely regarded as a digital leader in the areas of health and fitness and has launched three digital properties—Fitbie.com and YouTube channels 3V and Tasted. Rodale continues to expand its reach through an ever growing list of award winning mobile applications and partnerships, and is a leader in direct-response marketing with more than 27 million active customers in its database. To learn more about Rodale, visit www.rodaleinc.com. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Job Description

Rodale is currently accepting resumes for the 2013 Fall Internship Program. These paid internships are open to students eligible for academic credit or are enrolled as a full time student at an accredited college or university. The ideal candidate will have a strong academic record, previous intern experience and an interest in the chosen area of the business. Internships are based in the Company's New York City locations.

We are currently seeking Digital Editorial Interns to work on our branded sites. The responsibilities will include assisting in research and fact-checking digital articles and features, uploading stories from the magazines and drafting promotional copy for site category and topic pages. You might also assist in video production and in the creation of slideshows. Proofreading, mailings and other administrative tasks may be included as well.

We are seeking students who are working towards a degree in Journalism or Digital Media. Knowledge of MS Office, HTML, CMA, Dreamweaver and Vignette is preferred. Knowledge of AP Style and attention to detail is required. The ideal candidate should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. This person should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player.

Rodale has made a positive difference in the lives of millions of people. Perhaps we'll make a difference in yours. Discover this career opportunity and more at www.rodaleinc.com

To Apply

http://www.rodaleinc.com/content/career-opportunities

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Editorial Intern — Straus Media

Editorial Intern at Straus Media

2013-08-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Straus News publishes 14 local weekly newspapers and associated websites in contiguous towns in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Straus News' newspapers are Our Town, The West Side Spirit, Our Town Downtown, Chelsea Clinton News, The Westsider in Manhattan; The Warwick Advertiser, The Photo News, The Chronicle in Orange County, NY; The Advertiser-News (North Edition), The Advertiser-News (South Edition), The Sparta Independent, The Township Journal, The West Milford Messenger in New Jersey and The Pike County Courier in Pennsylvania.

Our newspapers and websites focus on local issues that matter to people's everyday lives, from concerns about schools and infrastructure spending to who's who in town and soccer scores. We pride ourselves on our commitment to reporting the tough local stories while highlighting the success and achievements in our neighborhoods.

The newspapers have won numerous awards for news coverage and editorial and advertising excellence, including first place for in-depth reporting from the Suburban Newspaper Association for a series about heroin addiction entitled "High in Sussex County," and a prestigious National Education Writers Award for "Middle School Principal Tests Boundaries with Home Visit."

The newspapers are distributed to more than 250,000 homes each week.

Job Description

Editorial interns for our local weekly newspapers Our Town, the West Side Spirit and Our Town Downtown work closely with our editors and reporters. Interns compile local neighborhood events, curate cultural events for our weekly 7-Day Plan feature, write news briefs, help with copyediting, work on research projects, write news stories as assigned, contribute to weekly editorial meetings and cover occasional events.

To Apply

Please send an email to editor Megan Bungeroth (editor.otdt@strausnews.com) with a brief cover letter in the body of the email describing your experience and why you are interested in contributing to a local news organization. Please also include a resume as a word document or PDF attachment.

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Time Out New York Features Intern (Fall Semester) — Time Out New York

Time Out New York Features Intern (Fall Semester) at Time Out New York

2013-08-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

You know us already: the obsessive guide to impulsive entertainment—New York City's comprehensive source for arts and entertainment listings. Time Out New York online gives you access to full content from the current issues of the magazine, searchable access to hundreds of listings and more than 3,000 restaurant and bar reviews, and a backlog of issues covering the first ten years of TONY.

Job Description

Time Out New York is looking for an editorial intern to start for the features department. As an editorial intern, you must be dedicated, knowledgeable, and able to commit to working at least two days a week through the end of the fall semester. This is a fast paced, deadline-driven environment; candidates must be self-motivated and able to dive into projects with confidence. Candidates must be able to communicate with sources and PR contacts with confidence and professionalism.

To Apply

Please e-mail Tim Lowery (tim.lowery@timeout.com) with your cover letter, resume and no more than three clips. For the subject line, please use "Fall Semester Features Intern."

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Editorial Intern — MANHATTAN magazine and BEACH magazine, publications of MODERN LUXURY

Editorial Intern at MANHATTAN magazine and BEACH magazine, publications of MODERN LUXURY

2013-08-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Established in 1994, MODERN LUXURY is the preeminent luxury lifestyle publisher in the United States, with 40 titles across 13 major markets— reaching more than 5 million affluent readers. MODERN LUXURY engages in both MRI and MMR research which provides partners with invaluable insight into the spending habits of our active consumer base.

MODERN LUXURY is uniquely able to offer advertisers local knowledge and regional character dovetailed with a national reach. We amplify each city and all that it has to offer, giving each magazine the prominence of a national publication within its local market. Our unrivaled local intelligence, interactive digital brand extensions and high-touch events make MODERN LUXURY the most efficient way for brands to reach America’s most affluent metropolitan consumers.

Job Description

Luxury lifestyle publications Manhattan magazine and Beach magazine (which launched in the Hamptons in May) seek editorial interns.

Applicants should have a keen eye for detail and an insatiable curiosity for food, culture, events, tastemakers, fashion and emerging talents in NYC. Applicants must also possess a knack for pitching, writing, researching and fact checking. Organizational prowess, resourcefulness and a responsible work ethic are also musts.

Previous internship experience, ideally at a magazine, is optimal. Interns must be available two days per week.

To Apply

Please send a short cover letter in the body of your email and a resume (2-3 clips optional) to manhattanmaginternship@gmail.com and include EDITORIAL INTERNSHIP in the subject line.

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Features Intern — Woman's Day

Features Intern at Woman's Day

2013-08-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman’s Day is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to our reader’s values and focuses on what’s important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate the connection she cherishes with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything.


Woman’s Day gives our loyal audience the actionable tools and relatable inspiration she needs to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life.

Job Description

Woman’s Day is still searching for enthusiastic fall interns to join its features department. We are looking for students working toward a degree in journalism or English who are interested in women’s lifestyle magazines. Ideal candidates will be organized, creative, self-motivated, and passionate about the magazine. Interns will work closely with our features team to research and brainstorm ideas for articles on personal finance, pets, women entrepreneurs, and women making a difference in their communities. Interns will also call in samples and handle reader mail. Woman’s Day is one of the oldest women’s service magazines and staying connected with our reader base is very important. Previous relevant internship experience is preferred, but not required. For interns with video filming and editing experience, there may be opportunities to work on our interactive issues. Please note on your resume if you have applicable experience.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and any relevant writing samples to Anna Dysinger at adysinger@hearst.com. Please note your availability in the email.

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Online Editorial Internship — Esquire, Hearst

Online Editorial Internship at Esquire, Hearst

2013-08-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines is one of the largest magazine publishers in the country.

Job Description

Esquire magazine is looking for a part-time editorial intern to join its digital department for the fall, starting in September. This is a very hands-on job — interns are integral to the daily upkeep of Esquire.com. You’ll be helping to produce, research, report, write, and edit stories for the site.

Journalism experience is a must, and digital journalism experience — turning engaging news around quickly, and working with tools like a CMS, HTML/CSS, Photoshop, etc. — is preferred. You should be passionate about all things news, politics, pop culture, men’s style, and food. You should also have great ideas, and it helps to have a solid judgment of what does and does not work for Esquire.com.

This is an unpaid internship for students, and interns must receive college credit and be able to come into our Manhattan office at least two full days a week.

To Apply

Email Eric Vilas-Boas (evilasboas@hearst.com) with cover letter, resume, and at least 3 clips by August 21. Please no phone calls.

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Editorial Intern — Medical Daily

Editorial Intern at Medical Daily

2013-08-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Medical Daily is an online publication that strives to produce timely, credible and in-depth health and medical science news, features and reference material for digital distribution.

We provide original, well-sourced information that blends high quality journalism with expert commentary and community services to help you navigate the emerging medical world.

The mission of Medical Daily is to empower readers by bringing credible and relevant health information to the users through the widest provision of as-it-happens news and insightful analysis.

Medical Daily is part of IBT Media, a group growing digital global news publications garnering over 20 million people globally each month. For more information, visit http://corp.ibt.com

Job Description

MedicalDaily.com is seeking an editorial intern to work with our news staff during the fall semester, 2013. The specific dates will be flexible in order to accommodate your class schedule.

You'll be given the opportunity to sign up for news stories developed by your editors and to pitch your own ideas. You will be digging through studies and press releases, making calls to well-known doctors, researchers, and policymakers, and working towards daily deadlines.

You’ll develop clips, work on your writing voice, and get some experience working in a real-time news room – skills that you will be able to apply anywhere in online publishing. You’ll work under the close supervision of the editorial director of the site, and will have the opportunity to participate in department meetings and events when appropriate.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and a letter expressing your interest in the internship to Elijah Wolfson (e.wolfson@medicaldaily.com). If you have writing samples you'd like to share, feel free to include those.

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Digital Editorial Intern — Saveur Magazine

Digital Editorial Intern at Saveur Magazine

2013-08-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

SAVEUR is a magazine for people who experience the world food first. Created to satisfy the hunger for genuine information about food in all its contexts, the magazine emphasizes heritage and tradition, home cooking and real food, evoking flavors from around the world (including forgotten pockets of culinary excellence in the United States). It celebrates the cultures and environments in which dishes are created and the people who create them. It serves up rich, satisfying stories that are complex, defining and memorable.

Job Description

SAVEUR DIGITAL EDITORIAL INTERNS
SAVEUR is looking for Digital Editorial Interns for September-December 2013. Interns become intimate with all aspects of web production and content development. Interns should have an inherent understanding of blogs and content websites, and the role they play in people's lives through both desktop and mobile channels. An interest in food, cooking, and travel is a must.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Write and edit digital editorial content
Produce articles, recipes, and recipe collections
Crop and edit photos and produce photo galleries
Brainstorm compelling seasonal content
Research and compile product and recipe roundups
Write and edit content for syndications and partnerships
Craft compelling, engaging content for Saveur's various social media outlets

QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of and passion for food and cooking
Prior knowledge of basic HTML/website backends
Love for online content, blogging, and the digital sphere
Top-notch writing and editing skills
Comfort with Photoshop
Must be available three full days/week to work in our Midtown Manhattan office

Video and photo skills are a big plus. This internship is unpaid.
All SAVEUR interns have the opportunity to connect with well-known people in the culinary world, as well as to attend parties, tastings, and events.

To Apply

TO APPLY: In the body of an email, write a few paragraphs about how great you are, including a brief outline of your work/education history, with links to clips if relevant. Direct links to personal blogs and social media channels a big plus—not for background check purposes, but so we can see how good you are at the web. Applications should be sent to cory@saveur.com and laura@saveur.com. No attachments, please.

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Undergraduate Editorial Intern — Epicurious.com, Conde Nast Publications

Undergraduate Editorial Intern at Epicurious.com, Conde Nast Publications

2013-08-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Conde Nast is home to some of the world's most celebrated media brands. In the US, Conde Nast publishes 18 consumer magazines, 27 web sites, 40 apps for mobile and tablet devices, and four business-to-business publications. Conde Nast has won more National Magazine Awards over the past ten years than all of its competitors combined.

Job Description

The editorial internship is an unpaid internship that will provide the student(s) selected with first-hand exposure to digital publishing and food journalism and will supplement classroom studies.
The Epicurious intern will learn from experienced, talented professionals in the editorial department. Interns will receive real-world, hands-on experience from knowledgeable professionals. Among other things, interns will:

• Learn the essentials of digital publishing: writing and publishing best practices, SEO (search engine optimization), content management systems, and social media
• Contribute writing to the site
• Participate in editorial planning
• Curate and build recipe slideshows
• Assist with photo shoots, conduct photo research
• Research and fact-check editorial content
• Maintain the Epicurious reference library
• Help moderate and curate the Community Table blog

Qualifications
In addition to the items discussed above, interns must:
• Be currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year accredited US college or university and eligible to receive academic credit or an academic letter of support for the internship.
• Be available to participate in a 12 or 13 week internship from September to December for two days per week during the academic year.
• Demonstrate a strong interest in food writing (writing samples welcome) and a familiarity with Epicurious.com and its presence on social media channels such as Pinterest and Facebook

To Apply

Interested candidates should contact Siobhan_Adcock@condenast.com and Patricia_Reilly@condenast.com.

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Editorial Intern-Fashion — The Newsweek Daily Beast Company

Editorial Intern-Fashion at The Newsweek Daily Beast Company

2013-07-31 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

American news reporting and opinion website covering politics, business, entertainment, fashion.

Job Description

Newsweek/The Daily Beast is looking for a part- or full-time editorial intern to join its online fashion department, Fashion Beast.

This is a very hands-on job—interns are integral to the daily upkeep of The Daily Beast! You’ll be helping to pitch, produce, research, and write stories about fashion and art -- as well as keep fashion lookbooks and galleries up-to-date and help with bigger projects. Fashion Beast interns are responsible for writing the daily “Fashion Cheat Sheet,” which is a crucial summation of the day’s news.

We ask that interns come to the job with writing prior experience. Ability to work quickly on deadline is a must. You should be passionate about all things fashion and pop culture, as well as have a keen nose for news. Photoshop and/or multimedia skills are preferred but not required.

Applicants should be plugged in to what’s happening in the viral world, and have a constant hunger for fashion news.

This is an unpaid internship for students, and interns must receive college credit. Hours are flexible, but at least two days between Monday- Fridays are required.

To Apply

Please send cover letter and resume for review to Erin Cunningham (erin.cunningham@newsweekdailybeast.com). If interested, we will schedule an in-person interview at our NYC office.

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E-Commerce Editorial Intern — Time Out New York

E-Commerce Editorial Intern at Time Out New York

2013-07-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Time Out New York is a comprehensive arts and entertainment multiplatform media business, delivering engaging features, local listings and critical reviews to active and informed residents and visitors of New York City. Sometimes irreverent but always intelligent, Time Out New York provides passionate coverage of music, film, theater, dance, shopping, dining and more. Time Out New York is part of Time Out Group, the global media business delivering local information and cultural guidance in 35 cities across 24 countries and encompassing a worldwide audience of more than 17 million.

Job Description

Join the Time Out Transactions team and gain first hand experience in e-commerce. The intern will work directly under the e-commerce content manager and content producer.

Requirements:
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Logical thinker, tech-savvy, familiar with Mac OS
- Detail oriented and able to multitask
- Must be enrolled at an accredited college or university, internship must be completed for academic credit.

To Apply

Please send an e-mail to internships.ny@timeout.com with E-Commerce Editorial Internship as the subject and attach cover letter, resume and writing sample or link to blog.

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HGTV Magazine Fall 2013 Editorial Interns Needed — Hearst Magazines

HGTV Magazine Fall 2013 Editorial Interns Needed at Hearst Magazines

2013-07-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

HGTV Magazine is a fresh, new home lifestyle magazine that gives readers inspiring, real-life solutions for all the things that homeowners deal with every day—from painting to pillows to property values—in an upbeat and engaging way.

Inspired by HGTV’s exciting and entertaining programming, the magazine offers the value of insider advice from trusted experts, as well as the enjoyment of taking a look inside real people’s homes. Unique in concept and voice, HGTV Magazine is accessible, friendly and fun.

Job Description

Responsibilities will include transcribing, researching, reporting and fact-checking in addition to administrative duties and other assignments.

The ideal candidate will be available two days per week starting early September and will have a love of all things home/lifestyle-related, and the HGTV network, too! You MUST receive college credit for this internship.

To Apply

When applying please be sure to include with your resume a brief cover letter describing your background and interest in the internship, 2 to 3 clips or writing samples, as well as which days you are available.

To apply, please email Jaimie Dalessio at jdalessio@hearst.com. No phone calls, please.

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CNBC Assignment Desk Internship — CNBC

CNBC Assignment Desk Internship at CNBC

2013-07-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CNBC

Job Description

NBC is looking for some interns to join us in the Fall of 2013 to work on our assignment desk at our headquarters’ based in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

As an intern on the assignment desk, you will be working with directly with CNBC reporters, anchors, producers, editors and photographers. You will be helping us answer phones, conduct interviews, help with breaking news coverage, courtroom reporting, producing events and logging tape.

CNBC provides free transpiration to and from New York City.

NBC pays $10.00 a hour plus any over time.

To Apply

Please email your resume to Ryan Ruggiero e-mail Ryan@NBC.com

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Fall News Team Intern — Council on Foreign Relations

Fall News Team Intern at Council on Foreign Relations

2013-07-25 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CFR's News Team internships give selected interns the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy journalism.
The Council's outreach initiative aims to engage an interested and influential group of Americans from around the country and the world by providing ideas and timely, clear, and accurate information on key international issues. CFR.org, America's foremost Internet resource for foreign policy and national security analysis, is one of the primary tools for doing so.

Job Description

The CFR news intern will assist the organization's news team with daily editorial and publishing tasks. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Researching and writing backgrounder updates
• Working in CFR's content management system to code and edit pieces for the site
• Interview transcription
• Photo research and cropping
• Assisting with research for interactive multimedia projects

We require 2 days a week from early September to mid-December. Internships are filled on a rolling basis.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Undergraduate or graduate student focusing on international relations and/or journalism.
• Previous administrative, journalism, and web experience; multimedia experience a plus.
• Excellent editing and writing skills
• Strong organizational and communication skills.
• Strong attention to detail.
• Familiarity and facility with online research.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; HTML skills a plus.
• Ability to work independently or on a team.

To Apply

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and short writing sample to Senior Production Editor, Brianna Lee at blee@cfr.org.

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Editorial Intern — LearnVest

Editorial Intern at LearnVest

2013-07-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

LearnVest is an award-winning website for people who want a better relationship with their finances. Our mission is to empower individuals everywhere to take control of their personal finances so that they can afford their dreams. We believe that financial responsibility and living well don't have to be mutually exclusive. LearnVest is full of expert advice, lifestyle and career tips, and the latest news to keep you in the know about your money.

The company has been named one of “25 Women-Run Startups to Watch” by Fast Company, included on Forbes’ list of the “Top 100 Websites for Women” for the second year in a row, featured on Business Insider’s Digital 100 list and included on Time Magazine’s annual list of “50 Best Websites.”

Our offices are located in Union Square on University Place.

Job Description

Seeking smart, enthusiastic interns for a fall online editorial internship. Looking for motivated interns excited to work for a fast moving company with a fun, dedicated team. The internship is a part-time position, lasting from early September until December. Hours are flexible, but we are ideally looking for two full days a week.

Responsibilities include:
- Writing original features and daily news blogs

- Pitching ideas
- Creating slideshows

- Updating and managing content in WordPress 
- Helping to optimize readership with SEO and other projects
– Assisting in content syndication with top media brands

Qualifications:
- Strong writing skills and grammar required

- Some journalism experience (print or online media)

- Organized and detail-oriented

- Team player able to work with great autonomy and initiative

- Copy-editing experience a plus

- Experience with WordPress or similar CMS preferred

To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to Anna Williams (an alumna of the NYU Journalism Institute) at anna@learnvest.com. One to three writing samples or clips are also recommended, but not required. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

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WWD Fall 2013 Editorial Intern — Women's Wear Daily

WWD Fall 2013 Editorial Intern at Women's Wear Daily

2013-07-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Women's Wear Daily (WWD) is a fashion-industry trade journal sometimes called "the bible of fashion." WWD delivers information and intelligence on changing trends and breaking news in the fashion, beauty and retail industries with a readership composed largely of retailers, designers, manufacturers, marketers, financiers, media executives, advertising agencies, socialites and trend makers.

Job Description

The WWD editorial department is offering a highly competitive and educational internship in New York City.

The editorial internship is an unpaid internship that will provide the student(s) selected with first-hand exposure to the fashion industry and will supplement classroom studies.

An ideal WWD intern candidate is a sophomore, junior or senior at an accredited US college or university, eligible to receive academic credit or an academic letter of support for the internship. Journalism majors are preferred but not required. A keen interest in fashion and writing is a must.
The WWD intern will learn from experienced, talented professionals in the editorial department. Interns will receive real-world, hands-on experience from knowledgeable professionals. Among other things, duties will include transcription, research, and fact-checking, as well as an opportunity to assist our fashion department during New York Fashion Wee

Interns will have the opportunity to attend seminars and events throughout the semester that will introduce them to various components of the fashion business. Interns will also have the opportunity to discuss learning objectives with their mentors and other professionals throughout the internship.


*Qualifications*

In addition to the items discussed above, interns must:

Be currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year accredited US college or university and eligible to receive academic credit or an academic letter of support for the internship.
Be available to participate in a 12 or 13 week internship from August 26th to December 20th for approximately 16 hours per week during the academic year.

To Apply

Please send your resume to wwdinterns@gmail.com with WWD FALL 2013 INTERNSHIP in the subject line.

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Editorial Intern — Backstage Magazine

Editorial Intern at Backstage Magazine

2013-07-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Backstage, the leading entertainment magazine for performing artists.

Job Description

Intern responsibilities include writing stories for Backstage.com, providing coverage of local events, and supporting the editorial staff in various capacities.

To Apply

Interns should have a strong interest in writing and journalism, and previous editorial internships are a plus. Strong organizational skills and the ability to write on deadline are a must. An interest and knowledge of the arts is recommended.

Interns must be able to receive school credit for the internship. Start date as soon as possible.

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Digital Content Publishing Intern — Metropolis Magazine

Digital Content Publishing Intern at Metropolis Magazine

2013-07-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Metropolis Magazine is an award winning national architecture and design publication.

For 30 years Metropolis Magazine has covered architecture, interior, product and graphic design, urban planning and preservation.

Job Description

Metropolis is looking for part-time web editorial interns to assist with updating and producing content for our website focused on architecture and design. Our interns are responsible for a range of tasks including: website content management, updating, editing, researching, fact checking, proofreading, writing, debugging, and administrative duties.

Interns are included in staff planning meetings and will learn the process of online publishing. Interns may also attend industry and company events.

All candidates must have journalism and digital experience, strong writing and proofreading skills, an acute attention to detail, and an interest in design.

Writing opportunities increase with advanced demonstration of skill and work ethic. Interns must commit to an eight-week program, with a regular work schedule in our New York City office. Internships are unpaid, but working for college credit can be facilitated.

Required Skills: Website CMS use, Fact-checking, Research, Writing

About:
For over 30 years, award-winning Metropolis magazine has covered architecture, interiors, product and graphic design, urban planning, and preservation.

To Apply

Send your resume and availability to:
Barbara Suarez (barbaras@metropolismag.com)

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Oprah.com Editorial Intern — O, The Oprah Magazine

Oprah.com Editorial Intern at O, The Oprah Magazine

2013-07-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

O, The Oprah Magazine (www.oprah.com/omagazine) encourages confident, intelligent women to reach for their dreams, express their individual style and make wise choices, guided by the values of one of the most charismatic women in the world, O Founder and Editorial Director Oprah Winfrey. With an emphasis on personal growth, the magazine inspires, addressing every aspect of a woman's life and deeply connects with nearly 14 million readers every month (MRI Doublebase 2012). In May 2012, O, The Oprah Magazine won the publishing industry’s highest honor, the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) award for General Excellence.

O, The Oprah Magazine, which also publishes a South African edition, is a co-venture between Harpo Print, LLC and Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, one of the nation’s largest diversified media and information companies. With 20 titles in the U.S., Hearst is the leading publisher of monthly magazines in terms of total paid circulation (ABC 2012) and reaches 83 million adults (Fall 2012 MRI gfk). O, The Oprah Magazine is available on Zinio, Barnes & Noble Nook, Amazon Kindle and Flipboard, and its namesake iPad app is available on the App store at www.itunes.com/appstore. Follow O, The Oprah Magazine on Twitter @O_Magazine.

Job Description

Oprah.com is seeking a hard-working, web-savvy and enthusiastic intern to join our staff for the fall semester. This is an unpaid internship position, and you must be able to receive college credit for the experience. Duties will include production, photo research, market work, research for stories, social media, and writing promotional copy. There may be opportunities to pitch and write original content.

Applicants should be comfortable in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. They should be diligent managers of their own time and not afraid to ask questions. A passion for journalism and for women’s magazines in particular, as well as enthusiasm about exploring the many creative opportunities involved in web journalism, are essential. Writing experience and strong research skills are a must. Web experience is a plus, but not necessary. Additionally, a sense of humor and diverse interests are welcome.


To Apply

Please submit resume and 2-3 clips to omagazinewebintern@gmail.com.

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Fall Editorial Intern — WomansDay.com, Hearst Corporation

Fall Editorial Intern at WomansDay.com, Hearst Corporation

2013-07-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WomansDay.com is the companion site to Woman's Day magazine, which is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to our reader’s values and focuses on what’s important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate the connection she cherishes with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything.

Woman’s Day gives our loyal audience the actionable tools and relatable inspiration she needs to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life.

Job Description

WomansDay.com, the companion site to Woman’s Day Magazine, is looking for fabulous, detail-oriented editorial interns to write, research and more alongside our small staff this fall. Ideal candidates have blogged, interned at a website or magazine and/or worked on a college publication. They’re also talented writers and researchers with a genuine interest in women’s lifestyle topics. And they’re as excited to write blog posts and feature stories (which you’ll get to do) as they are to build stories in a CMS (which you’ll also get to do). You must be able to receive college credit and work at least 12 hours per week, though preference is given to students who can work 9:30 - 6. Interviews will be conducted the week of July 22nd in our Midtown Manhattan office. Sorry, but we won’t be conducting phone/Skype interviews. Deadline to apply: 7/22

To Apply

Please submit a brief cover letter in the body of an email with a one-page resume attached to Marlisse Cepeda, mcepeda@hearst.com.

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NASA's Astrobiology Magazine: Science Journalism Interns Wanted — Nasa's Astrobiology Magazine

NASA's Astrobiology Magazine: Science Journalism Interns Wanted at Nasa's Astrobiology Magazine

2013-07-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Astrobiology Magazine (astrobio.net) is a NASA-sponsored online popular science magazine based in New York City. Please visit the website, http://www.astrobio.net before submitting your resume.

Job Description

Astrobiology Magazine is seeking reporting, research and multimedia interns for the Fall.

Interns will contribute to research for our news site and investigations and may earn bylines on smaller stories. Honorariums will be paid per story.

Traning in science journalism and HTML coding is a plus.

Tasks include:
* Conduct interviews with scientists to verify press releases and to create news stories.

* Curate press release sources for potential breaking news coverage.

* Research and identify archival video footage to be used in support of the digital storytelling module on climate change.

* Perform light video editing, this should preferably be someone with some science background.

To Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to
pat@asrlab.org

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Editorial Intern — Latina Media Ventures

Editorial Intern at Latina Media Ventures

2013-07-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Latina Media Ventures is the authoritative voice for the acculturated community of Hispanic women living in the US. For 16 years and across multiple platforms, Latina provides unique, in-depth, culturally-relevant, engaging and inspiring content on key areas of interest: including beauty, food, entertainment, fashion, parenting and health. With 3MM readers, Latina is the largest magazine edited by and for Latin women.

Job Description

Latina magazine is looking for a smart, enthusiastic intern for the fall semester (Sept. to Dec). Our fall intern will work closely with the magazine's editors by assisting with research, story ideas, reaching out to readers, fact-checking, transcribing interviews, attending editorial meetings and other editorial tasks. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for Latina culture and a love of magazines.

To Apply

To apply: Send a short cover letter, resume and 2 clips to: elaine.cipriano@latina.com by 7/31

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Woman's Day Fall Features Internship — Woman's Day

Woman's Day Fall Features Internship at Woman's Day

2013-07-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman’s Day is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to our reader’s values and focuses on what’s important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate the connection she cherishes with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything.

Woman’s Day gives our loyal audience the actionable tools and relatable inspiration she needs to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life.

Job Description

Woman’s Day is searching for enthusiastic fall interns to join its features department. We are looking for students working toward a degree in journalism or English, who are interested in women’s lifestyle magazines. Ideal candidates will be organized, creative, self-motivated, and passionate about the magazine. Interns will work closely with our features team to research and brainstorm ideas for articles on personal finance, pets, women entrepreneurs, and women making a difference in their communities. Interns will also call in samples and handle reader mail.

Woman’s Day is one of the oldest women’s service magazines and staying connected with our reader base is very important. Previous relevant internship experience is preferred, but not required. For interns with video filming and editing experience, there may be opportunities to work on our interactive issues. Please note on your resume if you have applicable experience.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and relevant clips to Anna Dysinger at adysinger@hearst.com.

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Intern — TIME Asia

Intern at TIME Asia

2013-07-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Time Inc. is one of the largest branded media companies in the world, with a portfolio of 96 titles, including some of the world's most popular and trusted brands.

Job Description

TIME Asia is now accepting applications for its Fall 2013 internship program, which will run from Sept. 2 through early January 2014. The application deadline is July 17, 2013.

Interns are responsible for fact-checking stories, researching specials and graphics, and producing content for TIME.com. There are also opportunities to report and write short pieces for the magazine and regular blog posts for TIME.com.

Interns are paid $8,000 HKD (about $1,000 USD) per month. We do not cover travel or living expenses.

Applicants must have internship experience and/or bylined clips from a major English-language news organization, and a demonstrated interest in Asia and/or fluency in an Asian language.

To Apply

Send a cover letter, a résumé and up to 5 clips to internprogram@timeasia.com by no later than July 17, 2013.

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Online Production Intern — mediabistro

Online Production Intern at mediabistro

2013-07-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Mediabistro.com is dedicated to enhancing the careers of media professionals at all levels. Mediabistro.com is the premier career, community, and content resource for media professionals.

Job Description

Mediabistro.com’s online production department is offering a paid internship to a college student or recent graduate with a strong interest in front-end development and web production and an enthusiasm for the media community. (Students cannot receive credit for this internship.)

In this position, you will work with our design team to translate Photoshop mocks into pixel-perfect HTML and CSS

Add/update content and debug HTML markup updated by other departments
Query lists and test/send HTML emails to our subscribers
Learn and grow in this fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.

Requirements:

Must have a firm grasp on HTML and CSS using shared style sheets, HTML5 structure, and div parent/child relationships
Proficiency with Dreamweaver and Photoshop a must
Proficiency with Microsoft Access and Excel helpful
Candidates must be well organized, detail-oriented, and able to juggle multiple concurrent projects
Please include HTML Work samples (include sourcecode--no screenshots) or links to an online portfolio

To Apply

Please email internships@mediabistro.com

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Arts & Culture Intern — Jewish Daily Forward

Arts & Culture Intern at Jewish Daily Forward

2013-07-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Forward is a national weekly newspaper and daily website devoted to Jewish news, arts and culture.

Job Description

The Forward, a national Jewish news organization, is offering an internship in its Arts & Culture department, which will allow journalism students a chance to hone their reporting, writing and research skills by working alongside seasoned reporters and editors. The Arts & Culture Intern will publish stories in our print and online editions and learn firsthand how to produce a vital daily website and a 30,000-circulation print weekly.

The Forward is a legendary name in American journalism and a revered institution in
American Jewish life. We are seeking students and recent graduates who are self-starters and show initiative in spotting and pursuing stories, have good critical-thinking skills, can synthesize information quickly and accurately, and don’t mind working long hours as part of a team to produce excellent stories. The internship may be for pay or for college credit.

Knowledge of contemporary Jewish issues and affairs and the Jewish arts scene is a plus. The ideal candidate will have had at least one journalism internship. He or she will have good writing and reporting skills and a background in arts and features reporting as well as writing. The internship will consist of a combination of assisting the arts and culture team with administration and research as well as developing stories on your own. The reporter should be able to spot stories of Jewish interest not covered in the mainstream media, or look for uncovered angles in those that do make the MSM. He or she will receive mentoring by experienced editors and will take part in the same professional opportunities afforded the staff.


The Arts & Culture intern will:

Write regularly for arts and features sections.
Achieve a facility with the Forward’s content management system.
Contribute to special sections on education and books.
Post blogs and stories on the Web.
Help with proofing of the paper.
Write blog posts for The Arty Semite
Assist with web production on the blog and arts section
Proofread arts stories prior to publication
Assist with photo research
Assist with finding ways to make stories pop online with multimedia

The arts and culture intern will be encouraged to pitch stories for the paper and the blogs. He or she will also be encouraged to blog daily and must commit to working at least three days a week in the newsroom.

To Apply

Interested candidates, please send a resumé and links or pdf’s for 3 clips to Adam Langer (langer@forward.com).

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Editorial Intern — Complex Media, Inc.

Editorial Intern at Complex Media, Inc.

2013-06-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

SuperGlued was founded in 2009 and serves as a place for concertgoers to share and discuss their concert experiences. In 2012, SuperGlued was acquired by Complex Media. Office is based in New York City.

Job Description

SuperGlued is launching an editorial site full of live music related content. So if you love live music as much as we do and have strong writing and editorial skills apply to be one of our summer interns.

Potential Responsibilities
- Attend concerts throughout the summer and write concert recaps
- Pitch best of list ideas and put together lists for editorial features
- Assist in PR outreach, coordinating press passes and photographers
- Organize and update spreadsheets of potential content
- Keep tabs on live music news through customs twitter feed/email update






To Apply

If interested, please email your resume to us and tell us about your favorite all-time concert and why as well as your three favorite music blogs.
Jessica Page: intern@superglued.com

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Part-Time Position — ValuePenguin

Part-Time Position at ValuePenguin

2013-06-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ValuePenguin helps readers make better decisions on meaningful topics, such as education, finance, and insurance. We dive through facts and figures to produce guides, articles, and analysis that arm our audience with relevant information in making a decision.

Job Description

ValuePenguin is looking for a part-time journalist to develop features, research, and analysis for our Education section. The journalist will be involved with our team in news production, which entails: brainstorming, developing, researching, sourcing, interviewing, writing, and reporting on relevant topics in Education for ValuePenguin readers. The ideal journalist must be analytical, organized, cogent, and fact-driven.

To Apply

Send a copy of your resume to Brian Quinn (brian@valuepenguin.com) and we'll get in touch to schedule an interview.

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Fall 2013 Internships w/ The Nation magazine & The Nation Institute — The Nation magazine & The Nation Institute

Fall 2013 Internships w/ The Nation magazine & The Nation Institute at The Nation magazine & The Nation Institute

2013-06-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Nation Institute, a nonprofit media center, is dedicated to extending the reach of progressive values and strengthening the independent press. We seek to illuminate and shape the debate on urgent social and political issues. Our dynamic range of programs include a bestselling book publishing imprint, Nation Books; an award-winning Investigative Fund which supports groundbreaking investigative journalism; Journalism Fellowships that support a range of established and emerging reporters every year; an internship program at The Nation magazine; the widely read and syndicated website TomDispatch; prize programs to support whistleblowing, journalism, and social justice; and nationally televised town hall meetings and debates.

The Nation is America's oldest weekly magazine and the most widely read journal of opinion. Founded by antislavery abolitionists in 1865, The Nation is a journal of politics, culture, books and the arts. James Baldwin, Ralph Nader, and Hunter S. Thompson published their first pieces in The Nation, while other historic contributors have included Martin Luther King Jr., Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Kurt Vonnegut, Emma Goldman, and Arthur Miller. The Nation's contemporary writers include Naomi Klein, Jeremy Scahill, William Greider, Barbara Ehrenreich, Walter Mosley, Katha Pollitt, Bill Moyers, Patricia Williams, Eric Alterman, Katrina vanden Heuvel, and Calvin Trillin, while the Books & the Arts section features vibrant reviews of books and films, as well as poems and interviews.

Job Description

For more than three decades The Nation Institute, in conjunction with The Nation magazine, has provided an internship program for college students and recent graduates interested in magazine journalism and publishing.

Our internship program offers three internship sessions a year, with twelve internship positions available during each session. Seven editorial interns work with The Nation magazine. These interns' primary responsibilities include fact-checking and research, and are based in the magazine's New York City offices. Two additional interns, also based in the magazine's New York City offices, work as web editorial interns for TheNation.com. One more editorial internship position is available in The Nation's Washington D.C. office.

We also offer two additional internship positions at the non-profit Nation Institute. One intern works primarily with the Institute's progressive book imprint, Nation Books, while the other intern works with the Institute's Investigative Fund. Both of these interns will also work on Institute-related projects and will be based at the Institute's New York City offices.

All interns have the opportunity to write for TheNation.com; participate in career seminars with journalists, politicians, and activists; in addition to performing some administrative work.

The internship is full time, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., five days a week. The Fall 2013 session begins September 3 and ends December 13, and the deadline for postmarked applications is July 1. The internship provides a stipend of $175/week, along with an Unlimited Metrocard for each intern, or equivalent reimbursement for interns who take other modes of transportation.

Please see our web site for more details: http://www.nationinstitute.org/internships/1000/

Qualifications: Applicants must have completed their junior year of college. Each applicant will be evaluated on the basis of his or her cover letter, résumé, recommendations, and writing samples.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter indicating your interest in The Nation and The Nation Institute and describing your career goals. In addition, include a résumé, two letters of recommendation, and two writing samples. Published clips are preferred, though academic papers and creative writing samples are acceptable (no longer than eight pages, please). Your application must be postmarked by the application deadline.

All application materials become the property of The Nation Institute. Please send your application to:

Kate Murphy
Internship Director
116 East 16th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10003

Please address all queries to kate@thenation.com.

The Nation Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

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Editorial Internship for Summer/Fall 2013 — Africa.com

Editorial Internship for Summer/Fall 2013 at Africa.com

2013-05-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Established in 2010, Africa.com is the fastest growing Africa-related website with over 5 million unique page views per month from visitors in over 200 countries across the globe. Africa.com showcases carefully selected news, business and finance, technology, travel, arts and culture on all 54 countries. We have offices in New York, South Africa and Nigeria.

We are a team of smart, fun, down-to-earth entrepreneurs who share a deep passion for Africa. Through our work, we are playing a key role in shaping the way the world views Africa.

Job Description

Interns at Africa.com are hands-on from day one and have the opportunity to do it all – pitch stories, conduct interviews, write, shoot video and represent Africa.com at notable events. This position is ideal for students looking to learn more about the online media environment, and is especially ideal for those who are interested in Africa from any and all perspectives, whether it's arts and culture, business and finance, technology, travel or news. In addition, you’ll have your byline on our well-recognized and respected platform.

Successful candidates will have:

o Experience in producing original content across mediums (print, multimedia)
o Strong communication and interviewing skills
o Strong enthusiasm for Africa
o A sense of journalistic ethics
o Knowledge of social media
o Knowledge of Content Management Systems – WordPress, MailChimp etc is a plus
o Knowledge of Photoshop, Final Cut Pro

INTERN(S) MUST RECEIVE ACADEMIC CREDIT TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN AFRICA.COM’S INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.

To Apply

Please submit a copy of your resume and cover letter, plus links to two or more published pieces to jobs@africa.com

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Journalism Interns Needed for Research and Reporting — iMediaEthics

Journalism Interns Needed for Research and Reporting at iMediaEthics

2013-05-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

iMediaEthics.org is an award-winning, not-for-profit, non-partisan media ethics news website based in New York City. Please visit the websites, iMediaEthics.org (http://www.imediaethics.org) and its publisher Art Science Research Laboratory (www.asrlab.org) before submitting your resume.

Job Description

iMediaEthics is seeking reporting and research interns for the summer. Interns will contribute to research for our news site and investigations and may earn bylines on smaller stories. Honorariums will be paid per story

To Apply

Send resume and cover letter to info@imediaethics.org

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Redbook Fall 2013 Web Internship — Redbook, Hearst

Redbook Fall 2013 Web Internship at Redbook, Hearst

2013-05-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The new Redbook, and its corresponding website, Redbookmag.com are home to curated, reality-based fashion and beauty. If you’re not obsessed with celebrities, and aren’t under 30, there’s so much out there for you, but it can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. We strive to create a big, satisfying, comprehensive section full of fashion ideas and beauty inspiration. We round that out with of-the-minute relationship and health advice for women who want not only to survive, but also thrive.

Job Description

Redbookmag.com is seeking hard-working, enthusiastic, go-getter interns for Fall 2013. Duties include building articles, slideshows and blog posts in CMS, conducting research and interviews, prepping stories for syndication, assisting with social media, and writing original content for the site. There is ample opportunity to pitch stories and work closely with the small staff.

Candidates must have previous journalism experience, be able to receive college credit, and be available to work at least two days per week. Interest in women’s lifestyle content, ranging from health, to love and sex, to beauty, to celebrity news is a must!

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, and your start date/availability to Lauren Le Vine: LLevine@hearst.com.

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Summer Features Intern — Woman's Day

Summer Features Intern at Woman's Day

2013-04-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman’s Day is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to our reader’s values and focuses on what’s important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate the connection she cherishes with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything.


Woman’s Day gives our loyal audience the actionable tools and relatable inspiration she needs to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life.

Job Description

Woman’s Day is searching for enthusiastic summer interns to join its features department. We are looking for students working toward a degree in journalism or English, who are interested in women’s lifestyle magazines. Ideal candidates will be organized, creative, self-motivated, and passionate about the magazine.

Interns will work closely with our features team to research and brainstorm ideas for articles on personal finance, pets, women entrepreneurs, and women making a difference in their communities. Interns will also call in samples and handle reader mail. Woman’s Day is one of the oldest women’s service magazines and staying connected with our reader base is very important. Previous relevant internship experience is preferred, but not required.

To Apply

Email a brief cover letter, resume and any relevant clips to Anna Dysinger at adysinger@hearst.com.

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Editorial intern at Talking Points Memo (Stipended) — Talking Points Memo

Editorial intern at Talking Points Memo (Stipended) at Talking Points Memo

2013-04-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Talking Points Memo (TPM) is the premier digital native political news organization in the United States - covering a broad range of politics, policy and national news in Washington D.C. and beyond. Founded in 2000, TPM has grown from a must-read blog to one of the most trusted and compelling websites in political journalism. Widely recognized as the pioneer of iterative journalism, which draws on readers’ knowledge to break stories, it was the first web-native news organization to win the George Polk award for Journalism in 2007 for coverage of the U.S. Attorney Firing Scandal. The editors of Time magazine say TPM is “the prototype of what a successful Web-based news organization is likely to be in the future.”

Job Description

TPM interns are involved in every aspect of our operation and have a hand in everything we do. They work alongside our reporters to write and break stories, help our editors keep a finger on the pulse of the news day, and produce all kinds of digital media from youtube clips to mash-up photographs. The interns also attend weekly brown bag lunches with reporters, editors and publishing staff to learn the ins and outs of the new media business.

Our interns have moved on to jobs in new and old media alike, working for us, as well as The New Republic, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, The New York Sun, The New Yorker, The Washington Post and more.

Interns will receive a $1500 stipend for the summer. The internship is 12-weeks long, June 3-August 23, and are based in TPM's New York City office.

Rising seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students, as well as relevant course of study, preferred. Qualified applicants can received academic credit.

To Apply

To apply for any of our internships, send an email to internship at talkingpointsmemo.com with a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and two written references.

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Summer Editorial Intern — Latina.com/Latina magazine

Summer Editorial Intern at Latina.com/Latina magazine

2013-04-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Latina magazine is the #1 lifestyle, entertainment, beauty and fashion magazine and website for Latinas.

Job Description

Latina.com is looking for superstar interns who can ideally work 15 to 20 hours a week out of our New York City office this summer.

Interns will support the digital editors with writing, researching, blogging, outreach, image and web production and more. Interns will also provide social media assistance (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vine and more) as needed.

A strong interest in celebs, fashion, beauty and entertainment are a must; a knowledge and passion for Latino culture a plus! Ideal candidate will also have previous magazine or digital internships. Knowledge/experience with social media, CMS, photo editing and SEO are a huge plus. UNPAID for college credit.

To Apply

To apply, send an e-mail with subject line "Latina.com Internship" and your resume, cover letter and any clips to Irina Gonzalez at irina.gonzalez@latina.com.

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Intern — MSNBC.com

Intern at MSNBC.com

2013-04-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The premier cable destination for in-depth analysis of daily headlines, insightful political commentary and informed perspectives – 24/7. MSNBC defines news for the next generation with world-class reporting and a full schedule of live news coverage, political analysis and award-winning documentary programming – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Job Description

MSNBC.com, a news and opinion site, and the online home of The Rachel Maddow Show, All In With Chris Hayes, and Hardball with Chris Matthews is looking for a research and video intern.

Applicants must exhibit an interest in politics and current events, have published clips, have a facility with blog publishing software and social media. Experience with AVID and Final Cut Pro is a plus. Journalism and political science majors are preferred, but not required.

Full-time, post-internship roles include working in the newsroom as a production assistant, desk assistant, and video producer. (Must currently be in school)

To Apply

Send your resume to editorial director Sam Go at sam.go@msnbc.com.

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Summer College Intern — Fusion, an ABC-Univision Joint Venture

Summer College Intern at Fusion, an ABC-Univision Joint Venture

2013-04-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Fusion is a new multiplatform media organization, created as a joint venture between ABC and Univision that will deliver informative and entertaining programming. Headquartered in Miami, the new network will provide US Hispanics and millenials from all backgrounds a fresh, fun and optimistic voice in the American conversation via cable, online, mobile and social media content.

Job Description

Fusion is seeking eager, energetic individuals who are looking to acquire formal experience in creative, technical and corporate team environments. Interns will assist departments in various short and long term projects as well as provide on-site assistance in conducting research, facilitating logistics for special events, creating agendas and presentations and coordinating meetings for groups.

To Apply

Please apply via:
https://careers-fusion.icims.com/jobs/1045/job?mode=view

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Editorial Intern (Summer) — The Village Voice

Editorial Intern (Summer) at The Village Voice

2013-04-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

When it was founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer in October of 1955, the Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing more than fifty years ago.

The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes, the National Press Foundation Award and the George Polk Award, the Voice has earned a reputation for its groundbreaking investigations of New York City politics, and as the premier expert on New York's cultural scene.

Job Description

Tell New Yorkers where to go and what to do in the city each week as an intern in the Village Voice's calendar department. Our ideal intern will possess strong writing skills and a familiarity with cultural events in the city. Responsibilities include fact-checking, researching, and writing event listings, pitching ideas to the editors of the calendar section, and contributing short weekly entertainment pieces to our Voice Choices section in print.

To Apply

Please e-mail a cover letter, résumé, and writing samples to Angela Ashman at aashman@villagevoice.com.

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Summer Video Intern — Spanfeller Media Group

Summer Video Intern at Spanfeller Media Group

2013-04-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Spanfeller Media Group Inc. (SMG), a fast-growth media company conceived of and for the digital age, is dedicated to editorial excellence, subject matter authority, and breadth and depth of coverage. SMG brings our readers everything they need to know about the things they love. Untethered by the limitations of analog media, utilizing innovation around the best available technology, and connecting our editors, writers, readers, and partners in a worldwide real-time online community, we delight and inform while setting the agenda and defining the conversation within the mass vertical markets we serve.

See our sites: www.thedailymeal.com
www.theactivetimes.com

Job Description

Spanfeller Media Group needs Video Interns this summer for both editing and on-camera work! Knowledge of Final Cut Pro a must.

To Apply

Email your resume to: VP of HR, Sharon Jautz: sjautz@spanfellergroup.com

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Time Out New York Features Intern (Summer) — Time Out New York

Time Out New York Features Intern (Summer) at Time Out New York

2013-04-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Time Out New York is the obsessive guide to impulsive entertainment, and New York City's comprehensive source for arts and entertainment listings. In addition to our weekly print magazine, Time Out New York online gives you access to full content from the current and past issues of the magazine, plus hundreds of listings and thousands of restaurant and bar reviews.

Job Description

Time Out New York is looking for an editorial intern to start immediately for the features department. As an editorial intern, you must be dedicated, knowledgeable, and able to commit to working at least two days a week through early August. This is a fast paced, deadline-driven environment; candidates must be self-motivated and able to dive into projects with confidence. Candidates must be able to communicate with sources and PR contacts with confidence and professionalism.

Interns at TONY can expect to have the following duties:
º Fact check feature articles
º Conduct research for feature articles
º Establish relationships with editors in sections of interest (generate intern-specific tasks)
º Transcribe interviews
º Pitch ideas
º Report and write for features as needed

Please note: Interns must be enrolled at an accredited college or university, and the internship must be completed for academic credit.

To Apply

Please e-mail Jenna Scherer (jenna.scherer@timeout.com) with your cover letter, resume and no more than three clips. For the subject line, please use "Summer Features Intern."

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Summer Intern — Popular Mechanics Magazine

Summer Intern at Popular Mechanics Magazine

2013-04-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 20 U.S. titles and more than 300 international editions. The Company also publishes 24 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly owned subsidiary, Hearst Magazines UK.

Job Description

Popular Mechanics is looking to bring on enthusiastic interns for the Summer semester. One of the country’s leading science and technology magazines, PM reaches 1.2 million subscribers, an established online community and growing iPad and Android app audiences. The ideal candidate has experience in journalism and interest in some (or all) of the topics we cover—science, technology, entertainment, home, automotive and adventure.

Interns at Popular Mechanics write, work with editors on projects, correspond with readers, help coordinate photo shoots and handle various tasks around the office.

The Summer 2013 internship begins at PM’s NYC office in May and runs through August. Interns should be able to dedicate at least 15-20 hours a week and MUST be able to receive college credit.

Please send resume and clips to magazineinternship@hearst.com with the subject line “Popular Mechanics” and tell us why you’d be a great addition to Pop Mech.

To Apply

Cover letter, resume, writing samples (if available) and brief in person interview. Contact Theresa Breen, Assistant to Editor in Chief: tbreen@hearst.com

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Editorial Intern - Travel Weekly/Northstar Travel Media, LLC — Northstar Travel Media, LLC (Travel Weekly)

Editorial Intern - Travel Weekly/Northstar Travel Media, LLC at Northstar Travel Media, LLC (Travel Weekly)

2013-04-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Northstar Travel Media is the leading business information and marketing solutions provider to the $300 billion U.S. travel, tourism and meetings industries. Through our award-winning media brands, proprietary content, research and customized marketing solutions, Northstar offers unparalleled depth of information and services to clients in every vertical segment of the travel industry.

As the market leader, Northstar delivers unmatched reach and scale across the travel and meetings industries, engaging with more than 1.7 million monthly unique visitors online and managing over 1.1 million subscriptions to its distributed content. No other content and marketing services provider serving the travel and meetings industry approaches Northstar’s scale, reach, or market share.

Job Description

Position Title:
Travel Weekly Editorial intern (unpaid)

Location:
Secaucus, NJ

General Duties:
Advanced introduction to editorial duties in a newsroom. Responsibility for compiling and writing biweekly deals column; some reporting and writing news and feature stories for print and website; assisting with production on our website; some light administrative duties as needed.

Logistics: 9-12 weeks (flexible); less than 20 hours per week (flexible). Schedule – somewhat flexible.

Qualifications:
Journalism, reporting and writing experience required, including experience writing and/or editing for a news publication.

Education Required / Preferred:
Third- or fourth year of college or equivalent

Computer Skills Required / Preferred:
Experience in Word required. Experience with a desktop publishing system, an Internet content management system, HTML and Photoshop is preferred.

Knowledge and Skills to be Gained:
Experience a fast-paced and professional working environment
Hone writing, editing and fact-checking skills
Sharpen newsgathering abilities and learn what makes a good news story and compelling read
Experience working for a live news website

Short-Term Skills:
Newsgathering, reporting and writing skills on deadline, with bylined clips
Learn to work in an Internet content management system, and a news website with multiple facets: News stories, multimedia (photo/video) presentations, blogs, Twitter, etc
Various elements of a newsroom: News story selection, links between print and web journalism, feature vs. news reporting, layout and art selection, working on deadline, interviewing and working with sources.
InCopy
Associated Press style

Long-Term Skills:
Write cleanly, comprehensibly to suit any occasion, be it news stories or staff memos
Finish projects on tight deadlines
Business reporting and fact-gathering skills
Teamwork

Life Skills:
Time management
Teamwork and experience working in a professional environment with a wide range of people
Phone, email and in-person manners and social skills
Understanding of the travel industry

Please email cover letter, resume and writing samples to: TWEditor@ntmllc.com. Candidates who do not submit writing samples and cover letter along with resume will not be considered.

To Apply

Please email cover letter, resume and writing samples to: TWEditor@ntmllc.com. Candidates who do not submit writing samples and cover letter along with resume will not be considered.

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Digital Editorial Intern — DugDug

Digital Editorial Intern at DugDug

2013-04-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

DugDug is a comparison shopping website personalized for pet owners with a news arm reporting on all things informative and interesting about animals: www.dugdug.com/blog

Job Description

DugDug.com is looking for a Digital Editorial Intern to develop our blog and content marketing. You will be involved in all aspects of news production with our team including brainstorming, developing, researching, writing, and producing content for our blog.

Responsibilities:

Writing: You are expected to take the initiative in brainstorming and reporting for news articles, researching facts, analyzing data, interviewing sources, and producing content from beginning to end.

Production: You'll learn how to use WordPress and SEO.

Requirements:

The ideal candidate must be analytical, organized, cogent, and fact-driven. You have great written and oral communication, and a voice that can be objective and fun. You should be enthusiastic about pets and working at a start-up.

To Apply

If interested, please send a resume, two writing samples (one factual and one humorous or relatable), and two news pitches (one trends and analysis, and one breezy and conversational).

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Editorial Internship — Digital First Media

Editorial Internship at Digital First Media

2013-03-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Thunderdome is Digital First Media’s solution to providing content, support and coordination to its network of more than 100 local newsrooms.

Job Description

Digital First Media is seeking summer and fall interns to work at its Thunderdome office in New York City's Financial District. Thunderdome is a nationally focused digital newsroom of approximately 40 talented individuals who work with and for DFM's network of more than 100 local newspapers, including notable brands such as The Denver Post, San Jose Mercury News, El Paso Times, and New Haven Register.

Summer internships will be full-time and fall internships part-time, and both are paid at competitive rates. Prospective candidates should be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program and have a GPA of at least 3.0, plus an enthusiasm for digital storytelling.

Job duties will be primarily editorial, though candidates should be flexible to other needs.

To Apply

Please direct inquiries to Communications/Operations Editor Mark Lewis at mlewis@digitalfirstmedia.com.

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Editorial Intern — Outdoor Life/Bonnier Corp.

Editorial Intern at Outdoor Life/Bonnier Corp.

2013-03-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Bonnier is a multi-platform media company that connects people to their passions. Outdoor Life is has been the source for hunting and fishing adventure since 1898, serving America's sportsmen and -women by providing the latest information about hunting, shooting, and fishing techniques, top destinations, and field-tested gear.

Job Description

Outdoor Life is looking for a student to join our editorial department (print and web) as a summer intern. Responsibilities include fact-checking, research, writing news blogs, posting content, and assisting editors with miscellaneous projects as they come up.
Some editing or writing experience is a prerequisite. An interest in hunting or fishing is a plus, but it is not required.
Note: The intern must receive credit for the internship. This position is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply, send resume, cover letter, and clips to managing editor Jean McKenna: jean.mckenna@bonniercorp.com.

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NY1 Summer 2013 Internship: News — NY1 News

NY1 Summer 2013 Internship: News at NY1 News

2013-03-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ABOUT NY1 NEWS
On September 8, 1992, a new form of media – NY1 News – was launched. NY1 is a 24-hour news channel, serving New York City's five boroughs, parts of Westchester and Hudson Valley as well as Bergen and Hudson Counties in NJ. Available exclusively to more than 2 million cable subscribers on Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable systems, NY1 covers the city with more than 40 full-time reporters and is completely dedicated to New York City news and information.
NY1 expanded into New York City's Latino community by launching the city's first 24-hour Spanish-language news channel, NY1 Noticias in June 2003. The channel is available on Time Warner Cable's DTV channel 801.
Since its inception, NY1 News has become an indispensable community asset and is now the model for cable news channels nationwide. By combining innovative technology with a strong commitment to reporting, NY1 presents viewers with the most comprehensive New York City news, sports, weather, business and features.
For New Yorkers, New York 1 is the only local news worth watching.
SUMMARY
We offer opportunities to students who are motivated and eager to learn about broadcast journalism and gain valuable experience in a newsroom environment. The following departments are looking for interns who will help plan, execute and coordinate various aspects of news media.

Job Description

NEWS INTERNS:

• General News: Interns will work with assignment editors, photographers and news producers as they gather, research, write and produce the local news of the day. This internship is split between work in the field and the newsroom.
• Local Edition : Interns will work with NY1’s Queens, Staten Island and Bergen County, NJ reporters, anchors and researchers to produce local stories. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field.

• Political Unit: Interns will work with the political team (producers, reporters and writers) to produce NY1’s nightly political program Inside City Hall. Candidates with knowledge of city and state government are preferred.

• Education: Intern will work with NY1’s Education Reporter helping to write, research, and produce local education stories. Candidates with knowledge of educational policy and city government are preferred.

• Transit: Intern will work with NY1’s Transit Reporter helping to write, research and produce stories about the city’s transit system. Candidates with knowledge of the transit system are preferred. This internship will require candidates to travel the system throughout the five boroughs to check on story tips. Social media skills are a plus.

• NY1.com: Intern will work with the New Media team to write headlines, develop content, edit copy and create multimedia stories. There will also be opportunities to get hands-on experience creating photos and video for web and use social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to reach out to our viewers.

• NY1 Noticias: Interns will work with NY1 Noticias’ reporters, producers and writers to produce the content on our Spanish language news channel. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field. Must be bi-lingual.

• Pura Politica: Interns will work with the NY1 Noticias’ team to produce our Spanish language political news show. Must be bi-lingual.

• The Call: Interns will have the opportunity to conduct “man on the street” interviews (with photographer) on the topic of the night, screen, log, and edit the interviews into sound bites, edit video clips, sort anchor scripts, run TelePrompter during production, and participate in editorial decisions for our live nightly call-in show.

• Business: Intern will work with members of the Business Unit helping to produce, research and write live business reports from the New York Stock Exchange. This internship is split between NYSE and the NY1 newsroom. Candidates with knowledge of financial news and terminology preferred.
• Rail and Road: Intern will assist our traffic reporters in putting together their live reports during rush hour.



Technical: 144415BR
· Video Editing

Features & Sports: 144421BR

· Living Unit (Arts, Health & Fitness, Technology, Money Matters, Consumer Watch, Parenting, Entertainment, Let’s Eat, On Stage, Technology)
· NY1 for You
· One on 1 with Budd Mishkin
· Sports


QUALIFICATIONS FOR ALL INTERNS

Candidates for internships MUST:
• Receive academic credits
• Have strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, leadership and organizational abilities.
• Maintain a professional appearance, be enthusiastic, and have a demonstrated interest in journalism and news.
• Be able to commit to 16-24 hours per week.
• This is an UNPAID INTERNSHIP .

Coursework or previous internship experience in communications, journalism or related field is preferred.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Interested students MUST complete the online application at www.timewarnercable.com/careers
To be considered applicants MUST list the position or positions they are interested in obtaining and rationale for selecting this/these area(s) in a cover letter which should be uploaded as part of the SAME DOCUMENT as their resume.

Time Warner Cable supports a drug-free environment

To Apply

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Interested students MUST complete the online application at www.timewarnercable.com/careers
To be considered applicants MUST list the position or positions they are interested in obtaining and rationale for selecting this/these area(s) in a cover letter which should be uploaded as part of the SAME DOCUMENT as their resume.

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NY1 News Internship Summer 2013: Sports & Features — NY1 News

NY1 News Internship Summer 2013: Sports & Features at NY1 News

2013-03-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ABOUT NY1 NEWS

On September 8, 1992, a new form of media – NY1 News – was launched. NY1 is a 24-hour news channel, serving New York City's five boroughs, parts of Westchester and Hudson Valley as well as Bergen and Hudson Counties in NJ. Available exclusively to more than 2 million cable subscribers on Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable systems, NY1 covers the city with more than 40 full-time reporters and is completely dedicated to New York City news and information. NY1 expanded into New York City's Latino community by launching the city's first 24-hour Spanish-language news channel, NY1 Noticias in June 2003. The channel is available on Time Warner Cable's DTV channel 801.

Since its inception, NY1 News has become an indispensable community asset and is now the model for cable news channels nationwide. By combining innovative technology with a strong commitment to reporting, NY1 presents viewers with the most comprehensive New York City news, sports, weather, business and features.

For New Yorkers, New York 1 is the only local news worth watching.

Job Description

We offer opportunities to students who are motivated and eager to learn about broadcast journalism and gain valuable experience in a newsroom environment. The following departments are looking for interns who will help plan, execute and coordinate various aspects of news media.

FEATURES & SPORTS INTERNS
• Living Unit: Interns will work with reporters and producers who research, shoot and write NY1’s feature reports (including Arts, Health & Fitness, On Stage, Technology Report and Money Matters) and long-form special programming.

• NY1 for You: Interns will assist producer and reporter on shoots, interview subjects, pitch story ideas, and research investigative and consumer stories.

• One on 1 with Budd Mishkin: Intern will research guests, prepare transcripts from interviews, participate in field shoots, and collect archival material for use in packages. Interns who demonstrate exceptional initiative and skill will have the opportunity to propose potential subjects to be profiled.

• Sports: Interns will log sporting events, edit highlights, assist in the control room during live shows, attend sporting events and assist shooters in the field.

OTHER NY1 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

News: 144396BR
· General News (Assignment Desk/Producers)
· Local Edition (focusing on Queens, Staten Island and Bergen County, NJ)
· Politics
· Education
· Transit
· NY1.com
· NY1 Noticias
· Pura Politica
· The Call
· Business
· Rail & Road

Technical: 144415BR
· Video Editing


Candidates for internships MUST:
• Receive academic credits
• Have strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, leadership and organizational abilities.
• Maintain a professional appearance, be enthusiastic, and have a demonstrated interest in journalism and news.
• Be able to commit to 16-24 hours per week.
• This will be UNPAID INTERNSHIP.

Coursework or previous internship experience in communications, journalism or related field is preferred.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To Apply

Interested students MUST apply online at www.timewarnercable.com/careers

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Summer News Interns — Council on Foreign Relations

Summer News Interns at Council on Foreign Relations

2013-03-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Council's outreach initiative aims to engage an interested and influential group of Americans from around the country and the world by providing ideas and timely, clear, and accurate information on key international issues. CFR.org, America's foremost Internet resource for foreign policy and national security analysis, is one of the primary tools for doing so.

Job Description

CFR's News Team internships give selected interns the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy journalism.

The responsibilities of the News Intern include (but are not limited to):
- Assisting with story research
- Working in CFR's content management system to code and edit pieces for the site
- Interview transcription
- Photo research and cropping
- Assisting with research for interactive multimedia projects

We require 14-21 hours (2-3 full days) a week from mid- or late May to early September. Internships are filled on a rolling basis.

Preferred Qualifications:
- Undergraduate or graduate student focusing on international relations and/or journalism.
- Previous administrative, journalism, and web experience; multimedia experience a plus.
- Excellent editing and writing skills
- Strong organizational and communication skills.
- Strong attention to detail.
- Familiarity and facility with online research.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; HTML skills a plus.
- Ability to work independently or on a team.

To Apply

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and short writing sample to Brianna Lee at blee@cfr.org.

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Moviefone Editorial Intern (Summer) — Huffington Post / AOL

Moviefone Editorial Intern (Summer) at Huffington Post / AOL

2013-03-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

At AOL we’re focused on radically redefining the world of online communications. We are transforming how people around the globe connect with information, entertainment and one another by bringing together award winning journalists and innovative technologies to create rich and engaging consumer experiences. We look for people who are exceptionally imaginative, collaborative, and truly excited about our mission - to inform, entertain and connect the world.

AOL is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other classification prescribed by applicable law.

Job Description

Moviefone is the pioneer Movie Discovery site, founded as a phone movie discovery service in the late eighties, heralding a transition into online movie discovery, and evolving into the iconic, full-service movie site with movie news and reviews that it is today. It maintains a top-3 movie service site ranking in ComScore and is poised for the next generation of services like multi-platform movie information, on-demand and streaming movie content, and geo-enabled mobile information and innovative user-upload features.

Moviefone is home to three original video series – Unscripted, MovieClub: Where Are They Now? and Six Second Reviews – featuring A-list actors, behind-the-scenes exclusive footage and expert advice on movies to see. Moviefone has Northern American reach nationwide throughout the United States and Canada.

The Moviefone team is looking for an intern who is a quick study, VERY passionate about movies, and can help with editorial programming tasks with an emphasis on production and behind-the-scenes functions!

Role & Responsibilities:
• Daily programming work is required to:
• Manage our DVD release page
• Manage our "Coming Soon" & "In theaters" pages
• Assist with Moviefone tumblr, facebook & twitter accounts
• Assist with community outreach and promoting content with fan communities

Assist editors with:
• Transcribing
• Editorial Research
• Taking minutes during editorial meetings
• Organizing editorial calendars
• Photo assignments, building galleries
• Writing copy

Requirements for Success:
• Passion for online media and internet-based businesses
• Previous internship experience or related experience in journalism, marketing/communications (preferably in Film)
• A current student enrolled in an accredited four year university. Recent graduates may be considered.
• Knowledge of the film industry, box office trends, home entertainment platforms, film studios
• Understanding of blog platforms, html, photoshop a plus
• Ability to anticipate movie audience trends
• Superior communication skills, written and oral
• Well organized, able to multi-task and able to prioritize with minimal direction
• Able to follow up with project partners to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverables

To Apply

Please email your resume, clips and dates of availability to Lauren.Bloch@teamaol.com.

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Summer Editorial Intern, Branded Experiences — AOL

Summer Editorial Intern, Branded Experiences at AOL

2013-03-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

At AOL we’re focused on radically redefining the world of online communications. We are transforming how people around the globe connect with information, entertainment and one another by bringing together award winning journalists and innovative technologies to create rich and engaging consumer experiences. We look for people who are exceptionally imaginative, collaborative, and truly excited about our mission - to inform, entertain and connect the world.

AOL is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other classification prescribed by applicable law.

Job Description

The Branded Experiences team builds world class content experiences that are a mix of integrated video, blogs, photo galleries, social tools, live events, and more. BE is focused on answering complex RFPs for brands and delivering innovative solutions that Aol/Huffington Post executes from beginning to end. The editorial branch of our team works to create premium content sites for our partners to reach their target audience through engaging and original content.

AOL’s Branded Experience team is looking for a creative, organized, editorial summer intern! The intern will serve as an editorial assistant for several of our Branded Entertainment programs by creating and editing articles and photo galleries as well as doing general research. Such programs may include GMC Trade Secrets, Live Better America, Heidi Klum and Savings Experiment.

Responsibilities may include:
·Research for upcoming articles around home décor, cooking and women’s fashion
·Creating photo galleries for our internal editors and our team of bloggers as well as assisting writing captions and doing edits
·Cleaning up old posts, removing bad links and correcting fonts
·Reminding talent to tweet/post on social media
·Assisting with social media management of sites: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more
·Outreach to existing blogger list with new videos and content they may be interested in

What we look for:
·All applicants MUST be currently enrolled in a masters or undergraduate program at an accredited university
·You have excellent writing skills
·You have working knowledge of photoshop, basic HTML, and have used a CMS such as Wordpress
·You are interested in social media and can communicate content proficiently to audiences through Facebook, Twitter and blogs
·You know your way around PowerPoint and can create decks that will delight, surprise and inform using multi-media
·You are a collaborator – you like people, people like you – and you can work effectively across functions and personalities
·You have a passion for digital content and are eager to learn the inner workings of creating and maintaining an engaging website
·You have a major in communication, journalism or advertising (preferred, but not required)

This is a paid summer internship in our NYC office. Candidates who can continue on a part time basis through the fall semester preferred, but not required.

To Apply

Please email your resume, clips and dates of availability to lauren.bloch@teamaol.com

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Summer Editorial Intern — O, The Oprah Magazine

Summer Editorial Intern at O, The Oprah Magazine

2013-03-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Women's magazine.

Job Description

O, The Oprah Magazine is looking for smart, diligent and enthusiastic editorial interns for the summer of 2013, beginning in late May/early June. This internship is for credit only.

O Interns will work in a variety of areas throughout the editorial department, including features, health, beauty, books, food, iPad and Oprah.com. Interns at O are treated as part of the team, so while there may be some administrative tasks, there is also a real opportunity to contribute and see firsthand the production of a large monthly magazine. Interns must have good communication skills, a professional attitude, and enthusiasm for every task.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume with the subject line "For Credit Internship" to omagintern@gmail.com.

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Summer 2013 Editorial Intern — Wenner Media - Us Weekly SIPs

Summer 2013 Editorial Intern at Wenner Media - Us Weekly SIPs

2013-03-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Wenner Media is the publisher of Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men's Journal brands.

Sample Wenner SIPs can be found here: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/wenner-media?store=allproducts&keyword=wenner+media

Job Description

Us Weekly’s special issues team is looking for an unpaid summer editorial intern. We are flexible with scheduling but require 20 hours of work per week. College credit and a love for all things pop culture (from movie franchises to the royal family) are a MUST. No exceptions. Duties include:

• Aggregating relevant news from major outlets, Google Alerts, plus related fansites and Twitterfeeds
• Efficiently and thoroughly transcribing interviews
• Compiling detailed and meticulously organized research files via YouTube clips, radio interviews, magazine scans and archives, Twitter, etc.
• Attending editorial meetings and possibly pitching ideas
• Using LexisNexis, Studio Systems, Celebrity Service, Critical Mention, imDB Pro and Who Represents as resources for fact-checking and organizing publicist contact info
• Helping our photo team with preliminary research and administrative work
• Occasionally assisting the weekly magazine with any extra editorial needs

To Apply

Please email a brief cover letter (with summer availability) and resume to jessica.gatdula@usmagazine.com.

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Editorial Intern — Stereogum / Spin Media Group

Editorial Intern at Stereogum / Spin Media Group

2013-03-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Stereogum is the leading online community for independent and alternative music tastemakers. With a daily offering of news, commentary and MP3s, the site drives the conversation around the music that matters.

Stereogum writers and columnists identify the best up-and-coming bands and trends before they hit the mainstream. Through features like Premature Evaluation, Progress Report, Album Of The Week, Band To Watch, and Listomania, the site covers the spectrum of alternative and underground music (indie, hip-hop, pop, and metal) and has amassed a passionate readership of music fans, industry insiders, and indie rock stars. Cited for its commentary and band discovery everywhere from The New Yorker to FOX News, Stereogum’s awards and distinguished mentions include the Plug Award for best music blog, Blender‘s Most Influential People in Online Music, Village Voice‘s Music Blog Of The Year, and Entertainment Weekly‘s Best Music Website.

Stereogum curates some of the most buzzed-about live events at major industry gatherings like SXSW and CMJ, as well as at festivals everywhere from Brooklyn to Reykjavik. Past performers have included Ben Gibbard, Beach House, The Drums, Ted Leo, Screaming Females, and Twin Sister.

Job Description

Stereogum is seeking NYC-based Editorial Interns for Summer 2013.

The Stereogum Editorial Internship is an exclusive program that accepts a small number of applicants each semester. The program is open to students currently enrolled in journalism and/or creative writing programs.

The internship offered here is multifaceted. The right applicant will be involved with all aspects of the site's editorial and production process, which includes (but is not limited to): assisting writers and editors with research, transcription, and reporting; assembling posts in the site's admin; curating photo galleries; setting up video and audio streams; vetting new artists for coverage; assisting in curation and assembly of live events; and of course writing for Stereogum.

The right applicant will be highly ambitious and deeply plugged into new music, with goals to work in music journalism and/or the field of music. He or she should be a skilled writer with some web background as well as social media savvy.

Stereogum Editorial Interns are expected to work two (2) full days per week; schedules are flexible, however, and will be based on both parties’ needs and availability. Editorial Interns should have access to a laptop and smartphone; additionally, it wouldn’t hurt to own a digital camera and digital audio recorder.

To Apply

Interested applicants should send a resume, writing sample and cover letter to intern@stereogum.com. Please include in the cover letter some reasonably detailed description of your musical tastes (your 10 favorite albums of 2012-2013, perhaps, or 10 artists you'd like to see featured on Stereogum, or just a paragraph on your passion for music and fields of expertise).

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Summer Internship--MONEY Magazine — Time Inc./MONEY

Summer Internship--MONEY Magazine at Time Inc./MONEY

2013-03-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Money's goal is to help its nearly two million subscribers and newsstand buyers navigate every aspect of their financial lives—saving, investing, retirement planning, homeownership, health care, careers and spending. In a friendly and accessible style, we explain what you need to know about your money to reach your goals—and we tell you exactly how to act on that knowledge now, with smart advice and tips that are written in plain English, not financial jargon. Money has a broad reach, with a total readership of 7.9 million. The median age of the Money reader is 51, and they’re a relatively affluent group, with a median household income of around $98,000. Our website, CNNMoney (cnnmoney.com) is the world’s largest business and personal finance site with nearly 8 million unique users.

Job Description

Money, the nation’s largest personal finance magazine, is currently seeking interns for summer 2013.

Money interns join our reporter pool and work closely with writers and editors in all sections of the magazine. They are encouraged to pitch stories and usually get the opportunity to write short department items and sidebars, as well as to become part of the reporting team on larger features (including our signature franchise, The Best Places to Live in America). On a daily basis, interns will also be involved in providing background research and reporting for senior level writers, gathering data for graphics and fact-checking. Most interns spend at least a week working at the CNNMoney website. Interns will be invited to attend Money’s planning and story pitch meetings, as well as Time Inc.’s numerous intern events, which include talks with top company executives and editors.

We look for interns with strong reporting, interviewing and writing skills. The best are quick studies who can work independently, but know when to ask questions. It helps to be detail oriented and dogged about accuracy. Previous business reporting experience is not a requirement, but interest in our consumer and personal finance topics is.

The internship runs from the beginning of June to the beginning of August. This is a paid position, and Time Inc. will also provide dormitory style housing in New York at a nearby university.

To Apply

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and two clips to Assistant Managing Editor Margaret Magnarelli (mmagnarelli@moneymail.com) by March 23.

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Edit Intern — BobVila.com

Edit Intern at BobVila.com

2013-03-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BobVila.com is the new online home of the most trusted name in home improvement, Bob Vila. We are an advertising-based content-rich home improvement website which provides information on the latest green technologies, improving, building, and buying a home, historic house tours and much, much more. BobVila.com helps you make the most of your living space. You’ll find original video from Bob Vila Building Green, a new Web series; video from 17 years of Bob Vila's television series – Bob Vila's Home Again and Bob Vila; in-depth articles, checklists, and "Before You..." hints; and extensive quick tips that save you headaches, money, time, and trouble. Follow Bob via his tweets, travels, books, and newsletter!

Job Description

Interested in a web publishing career? Want to work for one of the most recognized names in television history, the original host of This Old House? Bob Vila is hiring!

BobVila.com—the home design and DIY hub—seeks a paid part- or full-time associate to join our editorial team. Flex your creative muscle in writing, editing, and producing content; hone your social media skills; and learn the basics of getting search engines to love you! In short: Become an online media pro.

This position available is for a paid part- or full-time associate. Possibility exists for advancement to a permanent role on staff, with benefits. Applicants must be able to commute to our Manhattan office and provide their own computer.

To Apply

Send resume with cover letter to our Executive Editor, Larry Bilotti at larry.bilotti@bobvila.com

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Editorial Summer Intern — Backstage Magazine

Editorial Summer Intern at Backstage Magazine

2013-03-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Backstage, the leading entertainment magazine for performing artists.

Job Description

Intern responsibilities include writing stories for Backstage.com, providing coverage of local events, and supporting the editorial staff in various capacities. Interns should have a strong interest in writing and journalism, and previous editorial internships are a plus. Strong organizational skills and the ability to write on deadline are a must. An interest and knowledge of the arts is recommended.

To Apply

To apply, please e-mail cover letter, resume, and two writing samples to Suzy Evans at sevans@backstage.com, with “Internship Application” in the subject line. In your cover letter, please specify when you would be available to start, how long you would be available, and how many days per week you could work. May start date preferred.

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Online Editorial Intern — Interview Magazine

Online Editorial Intern at Interview Magazine

2013-02-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Interview is an arts, fashion, and culture magazine founded by Andy Warhol in 1969.

Job Description

Interview Magazine seeks web editorial interns for the summer. Interns must be available at least two days a week.

Responsibilities include transcribing the interviews that appear on the site, building slideshows, assisting web editors, and writing blog posts; if you’re a good writer who takes initiative with pitching ideas, you’ll have more of an opportunity to get your writing on the site.

Potential interns must have a passion for all the areas we cover: film, music, art, fashion, and culture. Experience with transcription and web production is a plus, as is blogging experience.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter and resume to interview.internships@gmail.com

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Editorial Intern — Curbed Network

Editorial Intern at Curbed Network

2013-02-25 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Curbed Network publishes the popular websites Curbed.com (design and real estate scoops), Eater.com (restaurant and nightlife gossip), and Racked.com (shopping and retail intelligence) in two dozen markets across America. In New York City, its flagship Curbed NY, Eater NY, and Racked NY sites set the agenda for the city's young influencers. With offices in the East Village of Manhattan, the company nurtures a hothouse of smart editorial, tech, and sales folks in a cooperative, occasionally wacky, environment.

Job Description

We're looking for summer interns for each of our brands -- Curbed, Eater, and Racked. Interns work directly for editors, undertaking journalistic tasks included but not limited to research, fact-checking, attending community board meetings, and, if proven worthy, photography and blog post writing. Our internships tend to click best for applicants with a overwhelming personal fascination with the topic of our sites. If, for example, you already happen to know which of next month's restaurant openings you're most excited about, you'd probably be a great fit for Eater.

Internships are all based in NYC; days and times are flexible.

To Apply

Print resume; place in trash can; light afire. Then, write us a short letter about yourself -- who you are and why you're interested in the internship. If you've got a blog of your own, or a social media presence that won't repel us, send along those links, too. If we like what we see, we'll follow up quickly.

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Editorial Intern — FastCompany magazine

Editorial Intern at FastCompany magazine

2013-02-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The most progressive business media brand in the world, Fast Company inspires a new breed of innovative and creative thought leaders who are actively inventing the future of business. With engaging narratives as informative as they are entertaining, Fast Company motivates fans to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively, and most importantly, embrace change.

Job Description

We're looking for an editorial intern who can assist the lead editors of our new technology site launching in March, called FastCoLabs. We will focus on stories about the people who build killer apps, design ingenious interfaces, and make magic happen inside the computing devices we use every day. An interest in technology is strongly preferred, but deep expertise is not a pre-requisite. We are looking for someone approximately 20 hours a week. The schedule is flexible.

If you were to join FC as an editorial intern this week, you'd help our editors get ready to launch the new site: contacting sources, doing background research, and producing news stories. Once the site is launched, you'll have the opportunity to write short articles and help us brainstorm new editorial franchises.

To Apply

Please send an email introducing yourself to fastcolabs@gmail.com.

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Nature Internship — WNET New York Public Media

Nature Internship at WNET New York Public Media

2013-02-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Public Television Station

Job Description

Applications are now being accepted for NATURE’s spring 2013 internship program. This internship is non-paid (academic credit optional ) and available to undergraduate and graduate students.

Project Description

NATURE is an Emmy award-winning weekly natural history and wildlife documentary series airing on PBS (www.pbs.org/nature).

Description of Duties

NATURE seeks highly-motivated interns who will provide writing/research, production and administrative support to the production team in the areas of website content and post-production. Responsibilities will include the following: screening films and writing for podcast/website; research into mainly natural history and environmental subjects; fact-checking; assisting the producers during editing, audio mixing, voice-over recording sessions and some local NYC shoots; reviewing and time-coding transcripts; on and off-site pick-up/delivery of production materials (for dubbing, format conversion, transcription, etc.); document digitizing; tape library archiving; arranging travel and expense reports; etc.

The intern will be required to work 12-20 hours per week.

Preferred Dates for Spring 2013: Present through May 10.

Start and end dates are flexible.

Student Accountability

The intern will report to a broadcast associate producer and a web producer and will be expected to work with other team members, from a senior producer to the executive producer, to complete assigned tasks.

Educational Requirements/Special Skills

Students with a strong, proven interest in natural history and/or television and the ability to work in a multi-tasking environment which requires accuracy, organization, research and strong writing skills. Experience with Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, basic HTML, social media, and/or content management systems (CMS) is a plus.

Opportunity Profile

In addition to gaining the experience of working in a fast-paced television production environment, in which the intern will strengthen his/her planning, organization, research, and team-building skills, he/she will work with experienced producers, contribute to the production of a national television program, and have the opportunity to gain exposure to other departments related to production – publicity, on-air promotions and the web. Intern writers will receive a web production credit on the NATURE website.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and writing sample (1-2 pages, no term papers) along with proof of enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate program to the Internship Coordinator at:

internships@wnet.org with subject heading: NATURE INTERNSHIP

or

Internship Coordinator
WNET
825 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10019-7435

Refer to http://www.pbs.org/nature for writing sample examples. No phone calls or faxes, please. Only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.

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Yahoo! News Summer Intern, Editor/Blogger — Yahoo!

Yahoo! News Summer Intern, Editor/Blogger at Yahoo!

2013-02-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Yahoo!
Yahoo! is focused on making the world's daily habits more inspiring and entertaining. By creating highly personalized experiences for our users, we keep people connected to what matters most to them, across devices and around the globe. In turn, we create value for advertisers by connecting them with the audiences that build their businesses. Yahoo! is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., and has offices located throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific (APAC) and the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions. For more information, visit the pressroom (pressroom.yahoo.net) or the company's blog (yodel.yahoo.com).

Job Description

Position: Yahoo! News Summer Intern, Editor/Blogger
Location: New York, New York
Compensation: Paid - dependent on experience
Approximate Internship Period: Up to 12 weeks between May-August

Description:
Yahoo! News is seeking a summer intern in New York to support all aspects of its editorial efforts. The ideal candidate is a digital-savvy newshound who also reads widely, and who has a native interest in everything from crime to politics to culture, and a strong desire to write and learn about the editing process.

Job Responsibilities:
-Edit and write content as assigned for sections or blogs within Yahoo! News
-Research articles and topics, as needed
-Support various editorial publishing tasks, as needed
-Liaise and support various members of the internal team, including product managers, content producers, and others to support all aspects of the editorial process and meet deadlines

Minimum Job Qualifications:
-An undergraduate student currently in their Sophomore or Junior year
-Journalism students strongly preferred
-Should have a grasp of the competitive landscape of online news, and a passion for news
-Previous blogging experience is a plus
-Working knowledge of the social web
-Detail-oriented and willing to work on a range of editorial tasks
-Must be HTML literate and comfortable with web publishing standards
-Ability to multitask and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
-Strong editing, grammar, and online writing skills
-Familiarity with SEO, RSS, Twitter, Facebook and other social media is a plus
-Photoshop skills, experience with blog publishing and content management systems is a plus


To Apply

Please apply via NYU's Wasserman Career Center (search for the job 882605). Yahoo! Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. For more information or to search all of our openings please visit http://careers.yahoo.com.

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Yahoo! Shine Summer Editorial Intern — Yahoo!

Yahoo! Shine Summer Editorial Intern at Yahoo!

2013-02-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Yahoo!
Yahoo! is focused on making the world's daily habits more inspiring and entertaining. By creating highly personalized experiences for our users, we keep people connected to what matters most to them, across devices and around the globe. In turn, we create value for advertisers by connecting them with the audiences that build their businesses. Yahoo! is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., and has offices located throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific (APAC) and the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions. For more information, visit the pressroom (pressroom.yahoo.net) or the company's blog (yodel.yahoo.com).

Job Description

Position: Yahoo! Shine Summer Editorial Intern
Location: New York, New York
Compensation: Paid - dependent on experience

Description:
We're looking for a tech-savvy, creative, and organized self-starter with a passion for women’s media to intern at Yahoo! Shine.
The ideal candidate will have a knack for what works on the Web, an insatiable interest in all social media platforms (Pinterest, Tumblr, Reddit, Facebook, Twitter), an eye for producing beautiful, photo- and video- driven user experiences, razor-sharp writing skills, and a love of women’s media.
The successful candidate is a quick thinker and fast learner with energy and enthusiasm who can work independently and efficiently on tight deadlines while still maintaining an eye for detail. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are a must, as this position requires interacting with employees throughout many areas of the company. Time management skills and reliability are critical, as is an eagerness to learn all elements of digital publishing.
Requirements:
- An undergraduate student currently in their Sophomore or Junior year
- Comfortable working with Web publishing tools and quickly learning new CMS
- Highly organized and detail-oriented
- Experience using Photoshop
- Experience leveraging social media
- Comfortable with data, metrics, and Excel
- Passion for women’s media

Please note:
- Approximate internship period: June 18th – August 15th
- Will be located in our New York office. Intern must work from the NY Office for the entire internship.

To Apply

Please apply via NYU's Wasserman Career Center (search for the job 882601). Yahoo! Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. For more information or to search all of our openings please visit http://careers.yahoo.com.

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Yahoo! Sports Summer Intern - Assistant Producer, Video Programming/Production — Yahoo!

Yahoo! Sports Summer Intern - Assistant Producer, Video Programming/Production at Yahoo!

2013-02-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Yahoo!
Yahoo! is focused on making the world's daily habits more inspiring and entertaining. By creating highly personalized experiences for our users, we keep people connected to what matters most to them, across devices and around the globe. In turn, we create value for advertisers by connecting them with the audiences that build their businesses. Yahoo! is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., and has offices located throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific (APAC) and the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions. For more information, visit the pressroom (pressroom.yahoo.net) or the company's blog (yodel.yahoo.com).

Job Description

Position: Yahoo! Sports Summer Intern - Assistant Producer, Video Programming/Production
Location: New York, New York
Compensation: Paid - dependent on experience
Approximate Internship Period: Up to 12 weeks between May-August

Description:
-Assist Yahoo! Sports senior editors to identify original daily sports video to be programmed on our website and social media.

-Research best video across web each for potential Y! Sports blog entries.

-Assist with creating video clips from original content and/or partner content.

-Hands-on position with real-time experience programming and editing sports video.

-Preferred skills with Final Cut Pro and social media accounts.

-Intern schedule will vary by day depending on projects.

-An undergraduate student currently in their Sophomore or Junior year

To Apply

Please apply via NYU's Wasserman Career Center (search for the job 882607). Yahoo! Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. For more information or to search all of our openings please visit http://careers.yahoo.com.

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Reporter — Daily Gazette

Reporter at Daily Gazette

2013-02-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Daily Gazette is a family-owned and independent daily newspaper in upstate New York.

Job Description

Students in our summer internship program are given the same responsibilities and opportunities as our reporters.

To Apply

Apply in writing to Judy Patrick, editor, at 2345 Maxon Road Extension, Schenectady, NY 12301; or by email to jpatrick@dailygazette.net.

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Editorial Intern — Mediabistro

Editorial Intern at Mediabistro

2013-02-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Mediabistro offers comprehensive news and anlysis of traditional media, digital media, and social media through an extensive blog network and allied newsletters.

Mediabistro has the largest job board in the United States for media professionals. In addition, the company has an array of professional online educational courses.

Job Description

Mediabistro’s editorial department seeks ambitious interns to assist its news and features team in our New York City office. Intern will regularly assist department with copy editing, proofreading, article production, and story research. Intern will learn about the world of digital journalism by gaining practice with HTML, blogging, social media, and viral marketing and will also have the opportunity to cover media events for our blogs.

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about having the opportunity to gain experience in writing, copy editing, and reporting according to AP style. He or she should also be familiar with mediabistro.com’s content and have a passion for all things media. Familiarity with HTML and blogging platforms is preferred. Availability to work flexible hours for event coverage as needed is a plus.

To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume as Word documents or PDFs. You MUST include the following:
1. Your available start date
2. Days and hours of availability during the internship
3. Number of academic credits you will receive for the internship

No phone calls. You MUST receive academic credit and be able to work in our New York City office. Please confirm that you meet all of these criteria in your cover letter.

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Summer 2013 Internships w/ The Nation mag and The Nation Institute — The Nation magazine and The Nation Institute

Summer 2013 Internships w/ The Nation mag and The Nation Institute at The Nation magazine and The Nation Institute

2013-02-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

For more than three decades The Nation Institute, in conjunction with The Nation magazine, has provided an internship program for college students and recent graduates interested in magazine journalism and publishing.

The Nation Institute, a nonprofit media center, is dedicated to extending the reach of progressive values and strengthening the independent press. We seek to illuminate and shape the debate on urgent social and political issues. Our dynamic range of programs include a bestselling book publishing imprint, Nation Books; an award-winning Investigative Fund which supports groundbreaking investigative journalism; Journalism Fellowships that support a range of established and emerging reporters every year; an internship program at The Nation magazine; the widely read and syndicated website TomDispatch; prize programs to support whistleblowing, journalism, and social justice; and nationally televised town hall meetings and debates.

The Nation is America's oldest weekly magazine and the most widely read journal of opinion. Founded by antislavery abolitionists in 1865, The Nation is a journal of politics, culture, books and the arts. James Baldwin, Ralph Nader, and Hunter S. Thompson published their first pieces in The Nation, while other historic contributors have included Martin Luther King Jr., Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Kurt Vonnegut, Emma Goldman, and Arthur Miller. The Nation's contemporary writers include Naomi Klein, Jeremy Scahill, William Greider, Barbara Ehrenreich, Walter Mosley, Katha Pollitt, Bill Moyers, Patricia Williams, Eric Alterman, Katrina vanden Heuvel, and Calvin Trillin, while the Books & the Arts section features vibrant reviews of books and films, as well as poems and interviews.

Job Description

For more than three decades The Nation Institute, in conjunction with The Nation magazine, has provided an internship program for college students and recent graduates interested in magazine journalism and publishing.

Our internship program offers three internship sessions a year, with twelve internship positions available during each session. Seven editorial interns work with The Nation magazine. These interns' primary responsibilities include fact-checking and research, and are based in the magazine's New York City offices. Two additional interns, also based in the magazine's New York City offices, work as web editorial interns for TheNation.com. One more editorial internship position is available in The Nation's Washington D.C. office. We also offer two additional internship positions at the non-profit Nation Institute. One intern works primarily with the Institute's progressive book imprint, Nation Books, while the other intern works with the Institute's Investigative Fund. Both of these interns will also work on Institute-related projects and will be based at the Institute's New York City offices.

All interns have the opportunity to write for TheNation.com; participate in career seminars with journalists, politicians, and activists; in addition to performing some administrative work.

The internship is full time, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., five days a week. The Summer 2013 session begins June 4 and ends August 16, and the deadline for postmarked applications is March 1. There is a $150/week stipend.

Please see our web site for more details: http://www.nationinstitute.org/internships/1000/

Qualifications: Applicants must have completed their junior year of college. Each applicant will be evaluated on the basis of his or her cover letter, résumé, recommendations, and writing samples.

To Apply

How to apply: Please send a cover letter indicating your interest in The Nation and The Nation Institute and describing your career goals. In addition, include a résumé, two letters of recommendation, and two writing samples. Published clips are preferred, though academic papers and creative writing samples are acceptable (no longer than eight pages, please). Your application must be postmarked by the application deadline.

All application materials become the property of The Nation Institute. Please send your application to:

Kate Murphy
Internship Director
116 East 16th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10003

Please address all queries to kate@thenation.com.

The Nation Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

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Culture and Trends Paid Writing Intern — PolicyMic

Culture and Trends Paid Writing Intern at PolicyMic

2013-01-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

PolicyMic is the fastest-growing news and discussion platform powered by millennials. With writers in more than 100 countries, PolicyMic is a global news platform for high-quality analysis and an incredibly engaged community of smart young people.

Job Description

Do you consider yourself an expert on the music, art, film, television, and entertainment topics that matters most to millennials?

We are looking for the coolest and most-driven up and coming writers to join the PolicyMic team as our Culture and Trends Intern. We're changing online media, and having a lot of fun doing it. We're looking for really passionate people to join us.

Responsibilities:

- Write multiple original stories a day
- Help devise unique story ideas and make sure PolicyMic is hitting the important issues

Must Haves:

- A distinctive writing style and a passion for everything in the arts and entertainment world
- Great ideas for what topics and stories we should be writing
- Passion for changing the world and empowering our generation

To Apply

Email Jake Horowitz – jhorowitz (at) policymic (dot) com – with:
- Resume
- 500-word (or less) writing sample
- 5 ideas for articles you'd like to see written next week

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Editorial Intern — Scholastic Parent & Child magazine

Editorial Intern at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine

2013-01-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine knows that motherhood is a role of a lifetime. But we also understand that mom defines herself as so much more. Our creative content helps mom nurture, support, and advocate for her whole family both at home and in school while also providing the woman inside with inspired thinking to meet her own needs. Each issue features practical articles on child development, health and well-being, classroom success, community connection, travel, food, and activities to do together all written in a lively and reassuring voice that respects her time, judgment, and wisdom.

Job Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine is looking for an intern to work in our Soho office 2-3 days a week this spring. Our interns are an important part of the editorial team and contribute to the print magazine, website and iPad app. We’re looking for someone who is enthusiastic, detail-oriented, organized and hard-working. Duties include interviewing celebrities for our website, requesting and tracking product samples, conducting story research, attending photo shoots or press events as needed, and providing general administrative support. This internship is a great way to prepare yourself for a future role as an editorial assistant. Must receive school credit.

To Apply

Please send cover letter and resume to Junior Lifestyle Editor Elizabeth Callahan (ecallahan@scholastic.com)

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Online Editorial Internship — offMetro.com

Online Editorial Internship at offMetro.com

2013-01-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

offMetro.com is a new resource for city dwellers in New York and San Francisco who want to get out of town for a day or weekend getaway—without a car.

Job Description

offMetro.com, recently named by Lonely Planet as one of the top 11 most reliable websites in responsible travel today, is looking for a part-time editorial intern to start in February. The right candidate will be a self-starter, able to pitch and write weekly travel posts as well as handle impromptu projects, which might range from research assignments to press trips to assisting the editor with special events, like the upcoming New York Travel Festival. This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to grow a portfolio, gain field reporting experience, and learn from working with top writers, editors, and web developers in a fast growing online startup environment.

An oM intern will ideally be a natural communicator, know a thing or two about social media, have strong journalism skills, an interest in "green" issues, and a love of travel and NYC.

To Apply

Please send resume, relevant clips to Lauren Matison (Lauren@offmetro.com)

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Report from Germany for two months! — International Center for Journalists

Report from Germany for two months! at International Center for Journalists

2013-01-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The International Center for Journalists advances quality journalism worldwide. Our hands-on programs combine the best professional practices with new technologies. We believe that responsible journalism empowers citizens and holds governments accountable.
Over the past 28 years, ICFJ has worked with more than 75,000 professional and citizen journalists and media managers from 180 countries. We work with strong local partners and a network of dedicated alumni.

Job Description

The Arthur F. Burns Fellowship Program
U.S.-Germany Journalist Exchange

American print and broadcast journalists have until March 1, 2013, to apply for a two-month professional exchange program in Germany. Successful applicants will spend August and September living, working and reporting for their home and host news organizations from across the Atlantic.

The Arthur F. Burns Fellowships is a competitive program open to media professionals between the ages of 21 and 37 who are employed by a newspaper, news magazine, broadcast station, news agency or who work free-lance and/or online. Participant qualifications also include a demonstrated journalistic talent and a strong interest in European affairs. Foreign language proficiency is an important consideration in the selection process.

Ten U.S. journalists are each granted a $4,000 living stipend while they are abroad, with an additional $1,200 for domestic airfare to Washington and international airfare to Germany. The program also covers lodging in Washington, D.C. for a joint one-week group orientation session in July. A select number of fellows will be chosen to undergo intensive language training before their departure to Germany. Expenses will be covered and details will be made available after fellows have been selected.

Former Burns program participants have access to a large and active alumni network of more than 450 journalists. Burns alumni can apply for travel and research grants, enter their work for the annual Burns and Kennan awards, and attend annual alumni dinners and conferences.

The program – under patronage by German Ambassador Dr. Peter Ammon in Washington and U.S. Ambassador Philip D. Murphy in Berlin – is jointly administered by the International Center for Journalists in Washington, D.C. and the Internationale Journalisten-Programme (IJP) in Königstein, Germany.

For more information, including the application form, please visit www.icfj.org/burns or contact burns@icfj.org.

To Apply

For more information, including the application form, please visit www.icfj.org/burns or contact burns@icfj.org.

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Editorial Research Internship — Saveur Magazine

Editorial Research Internship at Saveur Magazine

2013-01-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Saveur Magazine honors and celebrates real food made by real people. Our 1.5 million readers look at the world food first and are passionately curious about the origins of cuisine. To satisfy that curiosity, Saveur calls on some of the world’s best photographers and writers to chronicle the way the world eats.

Job Description

Saveur magazine, a leading food publication with a distinctly international focus, is currently looking for editorial research interns.

Responsibilities include researching stories that are in development, fact-checking and some administrative assistance. There are also many opportunities to write, from small front of book pieces to longer web articles.

Candidates must have excellent researching and writing skills and a demonstrated interest food and publishing. Knowledge of a foreign language is preferred, but not required.

Internship begins in late January/early February and runs through early May. We ask for a commitment of three full days per week, but can sometimes allow two day per week commitments.


To Apply

To apply, email resume, letter of interest and writing sample to the Assistant Editor, Felicia Campbell, at felicia.campbell@saveur.com.

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Editorial Internships- Summer 2013 — Time Inc.

Editorial Internships- Summer 2013 at Time Inc.

2013-01-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Time Inc., a division of Time Warner, is one of the largest branded media companies in the world. The company engages more than 138 million U.S. consumers in print, online and via mobile devices each month. With influential brands such as TIME, PEOPLE, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, INSTYLE, and REAL SIMPLE, Time Inc. has owned some of the biggest news stories of the decade and is home to celebrated franchises such as the FORTUNE 500, TIME 100, PEOPLE's Most Beautiful and the SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Swimsuit Issue.

Job Description

Time Inc. runs a number of summer internship programs that are customized for specific brands and functional areas. All of our internship positions are paid, and the programs run for 9-10 weeks. Internships are available in the functional areas listed below

You will be asked to indicate your brand and functional area preference(s) in your application.

Undergraduate and Graduate Student Opportunities (must be pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's Degree):

Editorial
Editorial/Writing, Photography and/or Design

Application Deadline: January 31, 2013

To Apply

Please visit the Time Inc. Careers site at www.timeinc.com/careers/internships.php and upload resume, personal statement and writing samples

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Internship — Al Jazeera English

Internship at Al Jazeera English

2013-01-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Drawing on the legacy of the groundbreaking Al Jazeera Arabic channel, Al Jazeera English (AJE) was launched on November 15, 2006 to more than 80 million households worldwide. The 24-hour news and current affairs channel, is the first international English-language news channel to broadcast across the globe from the Middle East. Al Jazeera English’s global footprint continues to grow and now broadcasts to more than 250 million households on 6 continents in more than 100 countries.

Unlike other international channels, Al Jazeera English’s broadcast shifts as the world turns providing the most comprehensive and contextual news coverage. Al Jazeera English’s mission is to provide independent, impartial news for an international audience and to offer a voice to a diversity of perspectives from under-reported regions.

In addition, the channel aims to balance the information flow between the South and the North. The channel of reference for the Middle East and Africa, AJE has unique access to some of the world’s most troubled and controversial locations. AJE’s determination and ability to accurately reflect the truth on the ground in regions torn by conflict and poverty has set our content apart.

Job Description

Al Jazeera English is seeking two interns in our New York and United Nations bureaus. The intern will help produce live interviews, news packages and feature stories.

Responsibilities include research, pitching stories, attending press conferences, and helping with anything in the field. Other duties include technical tasks such as logging tape, researching archival footage, coordinating transmissions of tape to other bureaus, and limited administrative work. Interest in international news is a must.

The position is part-time for 3 months. Hours are flexible and will vary depending on intern availability and news of the day, but a normal day begins at 9am and ends at 5pm. Interns will work at the UN office and/or the NY office.

2013 Dates

Internship: Mon March 18, 2013 – Saturday, June 1, 2013
Intern processing timeline:
January 8, 2013 – spring applications are released
January 15, 2013– spring applications due
February 2, 2013- spring acceptance notifications go out

Summer Internship Dates:
June 15, 2013 – August 15th, 2013

Intern processing timeline:
April 1, 2013 – summer applications are released
April 15,2013– summer Applications due
May 2, 2013 - summer acceptance notifications go out

Fall Internship Dates:
September 16, 2013 - December 1, 2013
Intern processing timeline:
April 1, 2013 – fall applications are released
April 15,2013– fall Applications due
May 2, 2013 - fall acceptance notifications go out

The intern does not have to be eligible for credit, but must legally be able to work in the US.

To Apply

Please email resume and cover letter to both of the following emails to get on our application list:

AJE-Bureaux-NY@aljazeera.net
AJE-DCnews-Internship@aljazeera.net

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Intern — 60 Minutes Sports

Intern at 60 Minutes Sports

2013-01-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS Corporation is a mass media company that has operations in virtually every field of media and entertainment. Today, with more than 200 television stations and affiliates reaching virtually every home in the United States, CBS is the Number One rated network in nearly every measurement. Its programming arms include CBS Entertainment, CBS News and CBS Sports.

Job Description

Looking for a spring intern who is very knowledgeable in sports and broadcasting to start ASAP. Must get credit. Send resume and availability to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

To Apply

Send resume to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com

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Editorial Intern — BeautySage.com

Editorial Intern at BeautySage.com

2013-01-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BeautySage is all about beauty and wellness products proven to work. Founded by YouBeauty, our editors handpick our brands and our chemists test all their claims, making our site the source for the best and brightest in beauty. We recently launched the site and are going through a redesign in the
upcoming months.

Job Description

About The Role:

We seek a talented, hard working intern who has an interest in beauty and writing. A background in
science is a bonus. You will assist the editor in writing stories, posting articles, uploading videos, and
overall office tasks. The ideal candidate is detail-orientated, has a passion for beauty, and works well in a
fast-paced environment.

***This is an unpaid internship.

Contact Jennifer at jennifer@youbeauty.com with your resume and cover letter.

To Apply

Contact Jennifer at jennifer@youbeauty.com with your resume and cover letter.

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Online Editorial Interns — New York Magazine

Online Editorial Interns at New York Magazine

2013-01-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NYMag.com, the website for New York Magazine, is an award-winning destination for original daily coverage of politics, personalities, entertainment, fashion, and food. Updated hourly, it's a dynamic, engaging resource that offers readers commentaries on the hottest trends, shrewd dissections of breaking national and local news, runway reviews of cutting-edge fashion, the scoop on what's cooking with the latest top chefs, guides for New York shopping, dining, nightlife, and events, and more.

Job Description

NYMag.com is looking for spring semester online editorial interns who can work a minimum of two full days per week. Responsibilities include slideshow production, research, reporting, and writing for our blogs (including Vulture.com and The Cut), listings, and service sections.

To Apply

To Apply: Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and two or three clips to nymjobs@nymag.com. Please put "Spring Semester Online Editorial Internship" in the subject line. Please do not call or contact an individual editor. Only applications to this e-mail address will be considered.

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Television Journalism Graduate Intern — BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn

Television Journalism Graduate Intern at BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn

2013-01-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn is a multi-disciplinary non-profit dedicated to presenting art and media programs that reflect Brooklyn’s creativity and diversity. BRIC also provides resources to launch, nurture and showcase artists and media makers. All of BRIC’s offerings are free or low cost, to advance access to and understanding of arts and media. Each year, upwards of one million people in Brooklyn and citywide are served through BRIC’s programs. Learn more at bricartsmedia.org.

Job Description

BRIC is the community access television organization for Brooklyn. Its community media programs offer residents free access to media production facilities and equipment and low-cost media education through the Brooklyn Center for Media Education. BRIC’s community media programming also includes three programming initiatives aired on the 4-channel BCAT-TV Network: community-produced Brooklyn Free Speech TV; BRIC-produced, Brooklyn-focused Brooklyn Independent Television; and Brooklyn Bulletin Board, a 24/7 looping announcement service used by Brooklyn non-profits.

Brooklyn Independent Television produces a number of weekly, bi-monthly, and monthly programs covering public affairs, sports, health, business, the arts, plus a series focusing on an ever-growing number of Brooklyn neighborhoods. These programs are divided up among distinct production teams.

Purpose of Position: We are inviting graduate students from NYC-based journalism programs to spend a portion of their semester with us. Interns will acquire real-world experience and expand their portfolios.

B.I.T. has a rich set of programming. The programs tell the real stories of real people and the issues that affect them, and I truly feel proud that I spent my summer contributing to that.”

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Interns will be assigned to work with one or more teams. They will be expected to:
• assist with research, logistical support, location shoots, logging and capturing footage, etc.; and
• produce one or more stories over the course of the semester.

Eligibility Requirements
• Must be currently enrolled as a graduate student in a school of journalism;
• Must have enough scheduling flexibility to undertake the internship position; and
• Must be enthusiastic about collaborating to create television journalism.

To Apply

Email internships@bricartsmedia.org with subject line: Television Journalism Graduate Intern. Please write a brief cover letter in the body of the email (including links to samples of your video work) and attach your resume.

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Spring Editorial Intern — O, The Oprah Magazine

Spring Editorial Intern at O, The Oprah Magazine

2012-12-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Women's magazine.

Job Description

O, The Oprah Magazine is looking for smart, diligent and enthusiastic editorial interns for the spring of 2013, beginning in mid January. This internship is for academic credit only. O interns will work in a variety of areas throughout the editorial department, including features, health, books, beauty, food, iPad and Oprah.com. Interns at O are treated as part of the team, so while there may be some administrative tasks, there is also a real opportunity to contribute and see firsthand the production of a large monthly magazine. Interns must have good communication skills, a professional attitude, and enthusiasm for every task, and be available to work at least two full days a week.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to Rachael Mt. Pleasant (omagintern@gmail.com).

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Publications Department Intern — Dramatists Guild of America

Publications Department Intern at Dramatists Guild of America

2012-12-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Dramatists Guild of America was established over eighty years ago, and is the only professional association which advances the interests of playwrights, composers and lyricists. The Guild has over 6,000 members world-wide, from beginning writers to the most prominent authors represented on Broadway, Off-Broadway and in regional theatres. The Publications Department oversees The Dramatist magazine, the Guild’s bi-monthly publication, which is the only national magazine devoted to the business of writing for the theater. Each issue features a broad range of articles, symposia, conversations and essays from some of America’s foremost dramatists.

Job Description

The Dramatists Guild of America is seeking an intern to work with the Publications Department for the spring semester. Hours are completely flexible. The internship is unpaid, and not eligible for academic credit.

The Publications Intern tasks include, but are not limited to, researching, compiling, and formatting the Dramatist Diary for the magazine; helping compile and format the National Reports; proofreading all copy for The Dramatist; and generally assisting the Publications Director with research and daily publications business plus provide in-office support when the Publications Director is on vacation. Knowledge of InDesign is helpful but not mandatory.

To Apply

cover letter and resume via e-mail to Tari Stratton (tstratton@dramatistsguild.com).

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Parenting Magazine Editorial Internship — Parenting Magazine

Parenting Magazine Editorial Internship at Parenting Magazine

2012-12-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

As the nation's premier magazine for moms, Parenting magazine provides honest, real-world advice on raising children, and the emotional support and connection moms need to enjoy their full lives. With a total average paid circulation of 2,150,000 and an audience of over 10 million, Parenting remains the cornerstone of The Parenting Group family, which includes Babytalk magazine and Parenting.com.

Job Description

Parenting magazine is looking for Spring 2013 interns in our NYC office. This is a great opportunity to work on all sections of Parenting Early Years and Parenting School Years magazines, get to know a variety of editors, acquire print and online clips, and get administrative office experience.

Some duties include: writing short front or back of book pieces for the magazine, blogging for Parenting.com’s Show & Tell blog, calling in and returning products, requesting images, doing research for various stories, opening and organizing mail, transcribing interviews, etc.

Must have proven interest in journalism and willingness to learn, and be available 20 hours per week. This internship is unpaid and college credit is required.

To Apply

If interested, please send resumes, a cover letter in the body of the email, and availability to Margaret Hargrove at margaret.hargrove@bonniercorp.com.

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Wed Editorial Inter — The Week

Wed Editorial Inter at The Week

2012-12-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

THE WEEK is a spirited U.S. newsweekly that distills the best of news, opinion, and ideas from the U.S. and international media. Every week, our editors scour hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and websites seeking out the most intriguing stories and the most thoughtful commentary – left, right, and everything in between. The best of what they find gets reported. The online version can be found at TheWeek.com.

Job Description

The Week magazine is seeking driven, enthusiastic web editorial interns to work out of our Manhattan office for two days a week starting in January. The ideal candidate is a bright graduate or undergraduate student pursuing a career in journalism who possesses solid research and writing skills and a knack for all things web. Interns will gain hands-on experience in a digital newsroom by assisting The Week's team of editors in researching, pitching, writing, and promoting stories. Other responsibilities include moderating comments, building articles in the CMS, and other aspects of basic web production.

Qualifications:

- Excellent communication skills and editorial judgment
- Ability to thrive in a fast-paced news environment where multitasking is a must
- Familiarity with Wordpress, Moveable Type, or any other type of content management system
- Enrollment in an accredited college or graduate program with the ability to gain credit for the internship
- Digital experience and basic understanding of HTML and coding a plus

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, availability, and two writing samples to jobs@theweek.com with the subject line "WEB EDITORIAL INTERNSHIP." This internship is unpaid, and candidates should be eligible for university credit, and be able to commit to working two eight-hour shifts per week.

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Entertainment/features intern — amNewYork newspaper

Entertainment/features intern at amNewYork newspaper

2012-12-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

amNewYork is a daily newspaper serving all five boroughs of New York City.

Job Description

amNewYork is looking for an intern in the entertainment/features department for the spring semester. Job duties include researching, fact-checking, pitching and writing stories, collecting information for sidebars/graphics, covering events around NYC and some office work.

To Apply

Email a resume, cover letter and 2-3 clips to julie.gordon@am-ny.com

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Online Editorial Intern — Women's Health - Rodale

Online Editorial Intern at Women's Health - Rodale

2012-12-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Rodale: Rodale is a global media company with a heritage, mission, and authority dedicated to the health and wellness of the individual, community, and planet. Through a broad portfolio of leading media properties, Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through multiple distribution channels, including magazines, books, online, mobile, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer, and video. The company publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times, and Organic Gardening, and is the largest independent book publisher in the United States, with a collection of bestselling titles, including Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, Eat This, Not That! and Flat Belly Diet! Rodale is also a leader in direct-response marketing and has more than 25 million active customers in its database. To learn more about Rodale, visit www.rodaleinc.com. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Job Description

We are currently seeking Digital Editorial Interns to work on our branded site, WomensHealthMag.com. Interns will get a complete online journalism experience, with tasks that include both writing and production. To get a bit more detailed...

-WRITING: You'll write for our daily news feed, themed blogs, and feature centers on an as-needed basis. We may also ask you to contribute to our newsletter initiative, and social media programs. Lots of opportunities for clips and bylines.

-PRODUCTION: You'll learn how to work on the web. That involves uploading stories from the magazine; contributing to the creation of slideshows and articles; learning the basics of SEO and then implementing your new web skills on existing and future stories; adding related links to our syndicated content; and building sliders and modules for content promotion.

-ADDITIONAL TASKS: You might also assist in video production, proofreading, mailings and other administrative tasks on an as-needed basis.

We are seeking current students in good standing with their universities, ideally in pursuit of a journalism, English, or related degree (but this isn't totally necessary--we've got history majors on staff, after all). Knowledge of HTML, CMA, Dreamweaver, Drupal and Vignette is a bonus. Knowledge of AP Style and attention to detail is required.

The ideal candidate should be enthusiastic and have the ability to juggle multiple projects under tight deadlines. We are looking for someone that is proactive and takes initiative on problem-solving issues. This person should be highly organized, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator and team player.

The winter/spring internship program runs from January 14th through mid-May and is for college credit only. We're flexible with dates, but we're looking for a commitment of at least three days a week.

To Apply

Interested? Send a cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to Site Director Carolyn Kylstra at carolyn.kylstra@rodale.com.

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Editorial Intern (Spring) — The Village Voice

Editorial Intern (Spring) at The Village Voice

2012-12-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

When it was founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer in October of 1955, the Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing more than fifty years ago.

The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes, the National Press Foundation Award and the George Polk Award, the Voice has earned a reputation for its groundbreaking investigations of New York City politics, and as the premier expert on New York's cultural scene. Writing and reporting on local and national politics, with opinionated arts, culture, music, dance, film and theater reviews, daily web dispatches and comprehensive entertainment listings, the Voice is the authoritative source on all that New York has to offer. In addition, the Voice's daily-updated Web site www.villagevoice.com has twice been recognized as one of the nation's premier online sites for journalistic quality and local content. The site is a past winner of both the National Press Foundation's Online Journalism Award and the Editor and Publisher Eppy Award for Best Overall US Weekly Newspaper Online.

Job Description

Tell New Yorkers where to go and what to do in the city each week as an intern in the Village Voice's calendar department. Duties include pitching ideas to the editors of the calendar section, fact-checking event listings, researching events, writing brief event descriptions for our website, and contributing short weekly entertainment pieces (which do pay a little) to our Voice Choices section in print.

To Apply

Please e-mail a cover letter, résumé, and writing samples to Angela Ashman at aashman@villagevoice.com.

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Rodale International Editorial Internship — Rodale, Inc.

Rodale International Editorial Internship at Rodale, Inc.

2012-12-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Rodale is a global media company with a heritage, mission, and authority dedicated to the health and wellness of the individual, community, and planet. Through a broad portfolio of leading media properties, Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through multiple distribution channels, including magazines, books, online, mobile, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer, and video. The company publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times, and Organic Gardening, and is the largest independent book publisher in the United States, with a collection of bestselling titles, including Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, Eat This, Not That! and Flat Belly Diet! Rodale is also a leader in direct-response marketing and has more than 25 million active customers in its database. To learn more about Rodale, visit www.rodaleinc.com. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V

Job Description

Rodale International is looking for a Spring editorial intern to start in January 2013. Must be for academic credit.

*Provide editorial support for Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Prevention, Bicycling and Runner’s World International Editorial Directors
*Research articles for international editions
*Help research and create branded materials to be distributed to international editors
*Assist with monthly Best Edit newsletters
*Analyze covers and sales trends
*Organize brand materials for new launches
*Participate in ongoing editorial projects
*Strong Adobe InDesign and Photoshop knowledge required!
*Interest in international markets and/or foreign language skills are a plus!

To Apply

Email cover letter and resume to Samantha.Quisgard@rodale.com with subject line "NY Rodale International Editorial Internship"

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Unpaid features/entertainment internship — Metro Newspapers

Unpaid features/entertainment internship at Metro Newspapers

2012-12-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Metro is published in more than 100 major cities across Europe, North & South America and Asia . Metro has a unique global reach — attracting a young, active, well-educated Metropolitan audience of more than 20 million daily readers.


Metro is a free daily newspaper written and designed for young and ambitious professionals. Designed for a 20-minute read, the paper gives metropolitans all they need to know, Monday through Friday, during their morning commutes.


Local, national and international news and colorful features are presented without any bias, but showcase a proudly urban attitude and style.

Job Description

Metro US is looking for spring 2013 interns interested in general features and entertainment. Metro internships are unpaid but participants are given unlimited opportunity to both develop skills and get clips. Some training in CMS for our website is also offered. Experience at a college newspaper or other newspaper is preferred. Candidates must be prepared to hit the ground running by taking initiative to pitch stories and help out wherever necessary. Interns must be willing to commit to working at least two full eight hour days in order to extract the most benefit from the program. We are in office Sunday through Thursday. Applicants must be enrolled in school in order to participate in the internship. Please send a resume, cover letter and writing samples

To Apply

Please email us a cover letter, resume and writing samples to Heidi Patalano (heidi.patalano@metro.us).

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Editorial Intern — Smart + Strong

Editorial Intern at Smart + Strong

2012-11-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Smart + Strong is a health care information company. We publish POZ magazine and poz.com, which chronicle the HIV/AIDS epidemic; AIDSmeds.com, which covers HIV/AIDS care and treatment; Real Health magazine and realhealthmag.com, which cover African-American wellness; Tu Salud magazine and tusaludmag.com, which cover Latino wellness; and Hep magazine and hepmag.com, which cover hepatitis care and treatment.

Job Description

Interns will work closely with editors; assist with research; transcribe interviews; write short pieces for print and online; and perform other administrative duties.

Our unpaid internships are part-time and are available immediately. Interns must be eligible to receive school credit.

Candidates should be detail-oriented, highly organized and have a working knowledge of Mac and Microsoft Office.

To Apply

Please send an email to news@poz.com with the subject line "Editorial Intern" including a cover letter, resume and links to bylined articles.

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Spring 2013 Features Intern — Harper's BAZAAR

Spring 2013 Features Intern at Harper's BAZAAR

2012-11-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Fashion magazine owned by Hearst Corporation

Job Description

Harper’s BAZAAR is looking for features interns for the 2013 Spring semester. Duties include researching culture stories, maintaining our list of PR contacts, sorting mail, and pitching and writing blog posts. The ideal candidate is proactive, works well independently, feels comfortable working under the pressure of deadlines, and has an interest in fashion or culture. Interns work 2-3 days a week and must receive college credit for this internship.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to Romy Oltuski at roltuski@hearst.com.

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Spring Editorial Internship — Psychology Today

Spring Editorial Internship at Psychology Today

2012-11-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Psychology Today is the only general interest magazine devoted exclusively to everybody’s favorite subject: ourselves. Founded in 1967, Psychology Today covers all aspects of human behavior, from the workings of the brain to the bonds between people and the larger cultural forces that drive our most intimate decisions. At Psychology Today online, postings by more than 600 bloggers on everything from addiction to misleading first impressions are viewed more than 8 million times each month.

Job Description

Psychology Today has an excellent opportunity for a few smart and talented editorial interns at our office in New York. We are a small staff, so you’ll be a key member of the team. Interns pitch story ideas and write short articles for the magazine and the staff blog. They typically receive two or three bylines per issue. Other duties include working closely with editors on story research and special projects, proofing print and online copy, helping to manage content on our website and blog network, and occasional transcription and light clerical work.

Journalism experience and an interest in human behavior required. Background in psychology and/or experience writing science stories not mandatory, but a major plus. Must be able to juggle several tasks at once and work autonomously.

Position runs January through May, 15-40 hours a week. Includes small daily stipend and reimbursement for commuting costs.

To Apply

To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and three clips (links are fine) to lauren.friedman@psychologytoday.com by Wednesday, December 5 (rolling).

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Editorial Intern — Stereogum / Spin Media Group

Editorial Intern at Stereogum / Spin Media Group

2012-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Stereogum is the leading online community for independent and alternative music tastemakers. With a daily offering of news, commentary and MP3s, the site drives the conversation around the music that matters.

Stereogum writers and columnists identify the best up-and-coming bands and trends before they hit the mainstream. Through features like Premature Evaluation, Progress Report, Album Of The Week, Band To Watch, and Listomania, the site covers the spectrum of alternative and underground music (indie, hip-hop, pop, and metal) and has amassed a passionate readership of music fans, industry insiders, and indie rock stars. Cited for its commentary and band discovery everywhere from The New Yorker to FOX News, Stereogum’s awards and distinguished mentions include the Plug Award for best music blog, Blender‘s Most Influential People in Online Music, Village Voice‘s Music Blog Of The Year, and Entertainment Weekly‘s Best Music Website.

Stereogum curates some of the most buzzed-about live events at major industry gatherings like SXSW and CMJ, as well as at festivals everywhere from Brooklyn to Reykjavik. Past performers have included Ben Gibbard, Beach House, The Drums, Ted Leo, Screaming Females, and Twin Sister.

Job Description

Stereogum is seeking NYC-based Editorial Interns for Spring 2012 semester.

The Stereogum Editorial Internship is an exclusive program that accepts a small number of applicants each semester. The program is open to students currently enrolled in journalism and/or creative writing programs.

The internship offered here is multifaceted. The right applicant will be involved with all aspects of the site's editorial and production process, which includes (but is not limited to): assisting writers and editors with research, transcription, and reporting; assembling posts in the site's admin; curating photo galleries; setting up video and audio streams; vetting new artists for coverage; assisting in curation and assembly of live events; and of course writing for Stereogum.

The right applicant will be highly ambitious and deeply plugged into new music, with goals to work in music journalism and/or the field of music. He or she should be a skilled writer with some web background as well as social media savvy.

Stereogum Editorial Interns are expected to work two (2) full days per week; schedules are flexible, however, and will be based on both parties’ needs and availability. Editorial Interns should have access to a laptop and smartphone; additionally, it wouldn’t hurt to own a digital camera and digital audio recorder.

To Apply

Interested applicants should send a resume, writing sample and cover letter to intern@stereogum.com. Please include in the cover letter some reasonably detailed description of your musical tastes (your 10 favorite albums of 2012, perhaps, or 10 artists you'd like to see featured on Stereogum, or just a paragraph on your passion for music and fields of expertise).

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Editorial intern — Latina Media Ventures

Editorial intern at Latina Media Ventures

2012-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Latina Media Ventures is the authoritative voice for the acculturated community of Hispanic women living in the US. For 15 years and across multiple platforms, Latina provides unique, in-depth, culturally-relevant, engaging and inspiring content on key areas of interest: including beauty, food, entertainment, fashion, parenting and health. With 3MM readers, Latina is the largest magazine edited by and for Latin women.

Job Description

Latina magazine is looking for a smart, enthusiastic intern for the spring semester. Our spring intern will work closely with the magazine's editors by assisting with research, researching story ideas, reaching out to readers, fact-checking, transcribing interviews, attending editorial meetings and other editorial tasks. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for Latina culture and a love of magazines. The internship is for school credit only.

To Apply

To apply: Send a short cover letter, resume and 2 clips to: elaine.cipriano@latina.com

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Editorial Internship — Backstage Magazine

Editorial Internship at Backstage Magazine

2012-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Backstage is the world's most trusted casting resource for actors, singers, dancers, models, comedians, writers, directors, casting directors, and more. Backstage has been helping performers land auditions and get parts for 50 years.

Job Description

Backstage, the leading entertainment magazine for performing artists, is seeking editorial interns to work out of our New York office this spring.

Intern responsibilities include writing stories for Backstage.com, providing coverage of local events, and supporting the editorial staff in various capacities.

Interns should have a strong interest in writing and journalism, and previous editorial internships are a plus. Strong organizational skills and the ability to write on deadline are a must. An interest and knowledge of the arts is recommended.

To Apply

To apply, please e-mail cover letter, resume, and two writing samples to Suzy Evans at sevans@backstage.com, with “Internship Application” in the subject line. In your cover letter, please specify when you would be available to start, how long you would be available, and how many days per week you could work.

Interns must be able to receive school credit for the internship.

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Editorial Intern- TIME LightBox — Time Inc.

Editorial Intern- TIME LightBox at Time Inc.

2012-11-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Candidates should have a passionate interest in photography, journalism and the arts. The position primarily entails writing about photography, and the candidate must be familiar with TIME's contract photographers as well as general news and trends within the industry. Editorial writing, fact-checking and research is a must, and candidates should feel comfortable turning pieces around under tight deadlines. Must be highly organized and efficient to multi-task and meet deadlines and coordinate work flow with the photo editors. Ideal candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills and will be able to work in a team setting, as well as independently. Familiarity with PhotoShop, InCopy and InDesign is preferred.

Job Description

Specific tasks include:
-Writing daily posts for LightBox
-Assisting photo editors in writing photo captions or proofreading existing captions
-Schedule weekly LightBox meetings and follow up with editors on their responsibilities as necessary
-Fact check and do basic grammar editing on pieces from contributing writers
-Candidates should be available to work Monday-Friday

To Apply

Please send resumes to :feifei_sun@timemagazine.com

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Editorial Internship — The Active Times

Editorial Internship at The Active Times

2012-11-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Active Times aims to be the world’s best source of authoritative, inspiring, enlightening content for living the active, adventurous life. Whatever your passions in active sports, travel, and adventure, The Active Times provides the tools and information you need to do your best — and enjoy the ride. We tell the stories, recruit the experts, and assemble the information you need to get motivated and do it right. We’re passionate about great gear, expert technique, interesting people, and amazing venues close to home and around the world. We bring them all together—and connect the community—in a smart, visual, accessible way.

Job Description

The Active Times.com is a new, fast-growing website dedicated to all things related to the active, outdoor life, including destinations, gear, interviews and much, much more-and we’re looking for a winter/spring editorial intern to assist us from January-May.

Responsibilities include mining the active sports community for the latest news on the sports, adventures, locales, health and fitness, people and gear that encapsulate the active lifestyle; assisting with pitching, researching and writing active lifestyles news items; helping to increase brand awareness across social media platforms; copy editing and fact checking; photo researching and editing; and just generally assisting editors as needed. Prior editorial experience (internships, student-run publications, etc.), copyediting skills, familiarity with photoshop and knowledge of digital media a plus but not required.
The ideal candidate thrives in a fun, fast-paced, team-oriented environment and has top-notch writing chops. Knowledge of, and participation in, active sports is a distinct advantage. We want people who live and breathe the active life and, by extension, are members of the audience they’re speaking to.
Applicants must receive college credit, and the position is a minimum of 2 days a week, unpaid.
On our team, we guarantee adventure!

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to Lisa at lhoehn@theactivetimes.com, and include availability for a Skype or in-person interview.

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Intern — TIME Asia

Intern at TIME Asia

2012-11-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

www.time.com

Job Description

Timing:
The internship with run from mid-January to end of May, 2013 (4.5 months).

Description:
Interns are responsible for fact-checking stories, researching specials and graphics, and producing content for Time.com. There are also opportunities to report and write short pieces for the magazine, as well as regular blog posts for our Web site.

Compensation:
Interns are paid a stipend of 8000 HKD, or roughly $1000 USD, per month. We do not cover travel or living expenses.

Requirements:
1. Internship experience at other major English news organizations and/or bylined clips from major English news publications
2. Demonstrated interest in Asia and fluency in an Asian language is an advantage.



To Apply

Please send resume, cover letter and clips to Emily_Rauhala@timeasia.com by November 15th, 2012.

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Editorial intern (summer) — China Economic Review

Editorial intern (summer) at China Economic Review

2012-10-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

China Economic Review is a monthly magazine published in Hong Kong covering business, finance and economics in China. It has been published since 1990. We publish a comprehensive package of original reporting, commentary and analysis for the discerning business reader with an interest in China's economic affairs.

Our reporting has won recognition from the Society of Publishers in Asia. Our columnists include veteran analysts and observers like Philip Bowring, Kenneth DeWoskin, Frank Ching, Tom Doctoroff and Paul French.

Job Description

China Economic Review, a monthly magazine, is looking for Summer interns in its Shanghai office.

Responsibilities:
-Writing daily news briefs.
-Pitching stories and possibly writing for China Economic Review and related SinoMedia publications.
-Miscellaneous research, fact-checking, photo-finding, transcribing and editing tasks.
-Interns may optionally be involved in social media, infographics and podcasts and should specify those interests in their application.

We offer training seminars on topics including story pitching, fact-checking, photo selection, AP style and research throughout the program.

This is a unique opportunity for those interested in business journalism and China. As a publication that heavily involved in news analysis, we seek to leave interns with a better ability to think critically about the news. CER staffers have gone on to work at publications including Dow Jones, Reuters and the Financial Times.

Ideal candidates will be self-starters able to work independently with a strong writing ability and interest in news, economics and finance. Experience writing for college media or past editorial internships preferred but not required. Both full-time and part-time opportunities available with a minimum duration of three months. Stipends may be available for full-time positions based on the strength of the candidate. Interns would start in June with some flexibility for the right candidates.

To Apply

Please send a resume and two to four clips to Alex Folkenflik (alex.folkenflik@sinomedia.net or through this site) by January 15.

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Spring 2013 Editorial Intern — Wenner Media - Us Weekly SIPs

Spring 2013 Editorial Intern at Wenner Media - Us Weekly SIPs

2012-10-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Wenner Media is the publisher of Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men's Journal brands.

Sample Wenner SIPs can be found here: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/wenner-media?store=allproducts&keyword=wenner+media

Job Description

Us Weekly’s special issue/”bookazine” team is looking for an unpaid spring editorial intern. We are flexible with scheduling but require 20 hours of work per week. College credit and a love for all things pop culture (from movie franchises to the royal family) are a MUST. No exceptions. Duties include:

· Distributing relevant morning news from major outlets, Google Alerts, plus related fansites and Twitterfeeds
· Efficiently and thoroughly transcribing interviews
· Compiling detailed research files via YouTube clips, radio interviews, magazine scans and archives, Twitter, etc.
· Using LexisNexis, Studio Systems, Celebrity Service, Critical Mention, imDB Pro and Who Represents as resources for fact-checking and organizing publicist contact info
· Helping our photo team with preliminary research and administrative work
· Occasionally assisting the weekly magazine with any extra editorial needs

To Apply

Please email a brief cover letter (with availability for the spring semester) and resume to jessica.gatdula@usmagazine.com.

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Spring 2013 WealthManagement.com and Rep. Editorial Internship — Penton Media

Spring 2013 WealthManagement.com and Rep. Editorial Internship at Penton Media

2012-10-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WealthManagement.com and REP. magazine, a 36-year-old financial publication that covers the retail wealth management industry.

Job Description

WealthManagement.com and REP. magazine, a 36-year-old financial publication that covers the retail wealth management industry, is seeking graduate and undergraduate journalism students.

Requirements:
-Applicants must have a willingness to learn, initiative, with an eye on attention to detail and an ability to generate story ideas.

Responsibilities:
-Write effective copy, excelling in correct spelling, punctuation, style and grammar.
-Assist in reporting and writing stories, and other special projects as needed.

We are a friendly, creative, close-knit group working in a deadline-driven environment. This is a for college credit position. Knowledge and or interest in the financial industry is a plus. 



To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and writing samples to Editor-in-Chief David Geracioti at david.geracioti@penton.com and Web Producer Chaz Howard at chaz.howard@penton.com with the subject line “Editorial Intern.”

To Apply

To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and writing samples to Editor-in-Chief David Geracioti at david.geracioti@penton.com and Web Producer Chaz Howard at chaz.howard@penton.com with the subject line “Editorial Intern.”

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Spring 2013 Editorial Intern — Forbes Magazine

Spring 2013 Editorial Intern at Forbes Magazine

2012-10-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Forbes Media encompasses Forbes and Forbes.com (www.forbes.com), the leading business siteon the Web that reaches on average 30 million people monthly. The company publishes Forbes and Forbes Asia, which together reach a worldwide audience of more than 6 million readers. It
also publishes ForbesLife magazine, in addition to licensee editions in Africa, Argentina,Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan,
Korea, Latvia, Middle East, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
Other Forbes Media Web sites are ForbesWoman.com; RealClearPolitics.com;
RealClearMarkets.com; RealClearSports.com and RealClearWorld.com. Together with
Forbes.com, these sites reach on average 36 million business decision makers each month.

Job Description

Assist with fact checking magazine stories; facilitate all stages of editorial process.

To Apply

Send resume to Kaie Falkenberg: kfalkenberg@forbes.com

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Spring 2013 Internship - NY1 News — NY1 News/Time Warner Cable

Spring 2013 Internship - NY1 News at NY1 News/Time Warner Cable

2012-10-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

On September 8, 1992, a new form of media – NY1 News – was launched. NY1 is a 24-hour news channel, serving New York City's five boroughs, parts of Westchester and Hudson Valley as well as Bergen and Hudson Counties in NJ. Available exclusively to more than 2 million cable subscribers on Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable systems, NY1 covers the city with more than 40 full-time reporters and is completely dedicated to New York City news and information.
NY1 expanded into New York City's Latino community by launching the city's first 24-hour Spanish-language news channel, NY1 Noticias in June 2003. The channel is available on Time Warner Cable's DTV channel 801.
Since its inception, NY1 News has become an indispensable community asset and is now the model for cable news channels nationwide. By combining innovative technology with a strong commitment to reporting, NY1 presents viewers with the most comprehensive New York City news, sports, weather, business and features

Job Description

We offer opportunities to students who are motivated and eager to learn about broadcast journalism and gain valuable experience in a newsroom environment. The following departments are looking for interns who will help plan, execute and coordinate various aspects of news media.


NEWS INTERNS

• General News: Interns will work with assignment editors, photographers and news producers as they gather, research, write and produce the local news of the day. This internship is split between work in the field and the newsroom.

• Local Edition: Interns will work with NY1’s Queens, Staten Island and Bergen County, NJ reporters, anchors and researchers to produce local stories. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field.

• Political Unit: Interns will work with the political team (producers, reporters and writers) to produce NY1’s nightly political program Inside City Hall. Candidates with knowledge of city and state government are preferred.

• Education: Intern will work with NY1’s Education Reporter helping to write, research, and produce local education stories. Candidates with knowledge of educational policy and city government are preferred.

• Transit: Intern will work with NY1’s Transit Reporter helping to write, research and produce stories about the city’s transit system. Candidates with knowledge of the transit system are preferred. This internship will require candidates to travel the system throughout the five boroughs to check on story tips. Social media skills are a plus.

• NY1.com: Intern will work with the New Media team to write headlines, develop content, edit copy and create multimedia stories. There will also be opportunities to get hands-on experience creating photos and video for web and use social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to reach out to our viewers.

• NY1 Noticias: Interns will work with NY1 Noticias’ reporters, producers and writers to produce the content on our Spanish language news channel. These positions offer a mix of time in the newsroom and in the field. Must be bi-lingual.

• Pura Politica: Interns will work with the NY1 Noticias’ team to produce our Spanish language political news show. Must be bi-lingual.

• The Call: Interns will have the opportunity to conduct “man on the street” interviews (with photographer) on the topic of the night, screen, log, and edit the interviews into sound bites, edit video clips, sort anchor scripts, run TelePrompter during production, and participate in editorial decisions for our live nightly call-in show.

• Business: Intern will work with members of the Business Unit helping to produce, research and write live business reports from the New York Stock Exchange. This internship is split between NYSE and the NY1 newsroom. Candidates with knowledge of financial news and terminology preferred.
• Rail and Road: Intern will assist our traffic reporters in putting together their live reports during rush hour.

OTHER NY1 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Features & Sports: REQ# 140004BR
• Living Unit (Arts, Health & Fitness, Technology, Money Matters, Consumer Watch, Parenting, Entertainment, Let’s Eat, On Stage, Technology)
• NY1 for You
• One on 1 with Budd Mishkin
• Sports

For more information on the positions including how to apply go to www.timewarnercable.com/careers and search for REQ#140004BR

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ALL INTERNS

Candidates for internships MUST:
• Receive academic credits
• Have strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, leadership and organizational abilities.
• Maintain a professional appearance, be enthusiastic, and have a demonstrated interest in journalism and news.
• Be able to commit to 16-20 hours per week.
• This is an UNPAID INTERNSHIP.


Coursework or previous internship experience in communications, journalism or related field is preferred.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Interested students MUST complete the online application at www.timewarnercable.com/careers
To be considered applicants MUST list the position or positions they are interested in obtaining and rationale for selecting this/these area(s) in a cover letter which should be uploaded as part of the SAME DOCUMENT as their resume.


Time Warner Cable supports a drug-free environment and is EOE M/F/V/D

To Apply

https://jobs.timewarnercable.com

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Spring Editorial Intern — Fitbie.com

Spring Editorial Intern at Fitbie.com

2012-10-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Fitbie.com is a partnership between MSN and health and wellness publisher Rodale (home to Men's Health, Women's Health, and Runner's World). We serve an audience of more than 5 million unique users every month with original diet and fitness slideshows, articles, and videos.

Job Description

Our editorial interns get hands-on experience writing and producing fitness, weight loss and nutrition content for an audience of more than 5 million users. They also have the opportunity to assist with video production, social media and other projects.

Candidates should have writing and reporting experience and an interest in fitness/health. They must be able to work in Rodale’s New York City office and be eligible to receive college credit.

To Apply

Email mary.squillace@rodale.com. Write "Fitbie editorial internship" in the subject line. Attach your resume, and paste your cover letter and links to any relevant clips in the body of your email.

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Editorial Intern — TDdaily.com

Editorial Intern at TDdaily.com

2012-10-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

TDdaily is a new football website from the people at SLAM Magazine.

Job Description

TDdaily is looking for an online editorial intern to start immediately and work out of our Manhattan office. Days and times are flexible.

Must have Wordpress experience, a love for football at all levels and a familiarity with SLAM Magazine/SLAMonline.com and TDdaily.com. Intern will help with administrate duties around the office and small website tasks (photo galleries, news updates etc.) Interns will also get opportunity to occasionally write features and/or do interviews for the site. Should be currently enrolled in a journalism, English, writing or media-related program. We're looking for a quick learner and someone who's enthusiastic about online journalism and breaking into the world of sports media.

To Apply

Please email resume and writing samples to Abe Schwadron at abe@harris-pub.com.

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Web Editorial Internship — BULLETT Media

Web Editorial Internship at BULLETT Media

2012-10-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BULLETT Media is a print and interactive “transmedia” company that curates bold, engaging fashion, art, film and music for young, international tastemakers. Its flagship medium, BULLETT Magazine, an art and fashion quarterly, launched in winter 2010 and is currently available in twelve countries. Through cinematic visuals, deeply personal interviews and story lines often co-created by the subjects, BULLETT transcends and redefines mainstream media.

Job Description

BULLETT Media is seeking a part-time intern to start immediately. This opportunity requires a commitment of 3 days per week, and is optimal for writers and editors seeking experience in the world of digital publishing. This intern will edit and post stories to BullettMedia.com (and, if they’re lucky, enjoy the opportunity to submit some work of their own!).

QUALIFICATIONS
- Superb writing and editing skills
- Knowledge of WordPress
- Knowledge of fashion and pop culture (there may be a test)
- Extremely enthusiastic and moderately responsible

To Apply

Please send resume, cover letter, and writing samples to Ben.Barna@bullettmedia.com with the subject line “Web Internship Inquiry”. (The contact email on the original post was incorrect.)

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EDITORIAL INTERNSHIP — DOWNTOWN Magazine NYC

EDITORIAL INTERNSHIP at DOWNTOWN Magazine NYC

2012-10-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

DOWNTOWN Magazine is the quintessential lifestyle magazine with a unique mission— highlighting the transcendent and diverse culture that exists south of Canal Street, and keeping a discerning eye on fashion below Houston Street. As the first magazine to focus solely on this area of New York City, DOWNTOWN provides smart, stylish coverage of all Lower Manhattan has to offer. As the community has changed from local haven to global destination, so has DOWNTOWN. Our once street-by-street, building-by- building distribution has extended into national and international markets. We’re not just for residents anymore. Rather, we are a publication for all who see Lower Manhattan as the center of the city that is the center of the world.
Our goal is to enhance the lives of our readers by addressing current events, trends and hidden gems in these world-renowned neighborhoods and the greater Manhattan area. We wish to inform our audiences—local, national, global—about the dynamism of this prominent community. We spotlight leaders. We revisit history. We travel to public spaces and planned developments.

Job Description

DOWNTOWN Magazine is currently seeking editorial/online interns for the Fall and Winter 2012 season.
We are offering part-time unpaid positions in our Lower Manhattan offices.

DOWNTOWN is a unique luxury publication about Lower Manhattan: http://downtownmagazinenyc.com

For our editorial section, we're looking for interns who can write and report stories in the area and do research for articles in the magazine. There are also opportunities to write with a byline for the print publication.

An ideal intern will have strong writing skills, be pursuing a degree in english, journalism or a similar discipline, be comfortable writing for a variety of categories and, perhaps most importantly, motivated and willing to learn and grow.

Attractive candidates should also be comfortable with Microsoft Office, InDesign and Photoshop. Previous experience with Wordpress is a major plus. Candidates should be able to provide own computer.

To Apply

Candidates should send a resume, cover letter and writing samples (links are OK), all in PDF form to morgane@downtownmagazinenyc.com.

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Investigative Unit Intern — CBS News

Investigative Unit Intern at CBS News

2012-10-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

CBS News is seeking an intern for the Investigative Unit for fall 2012. This department produces hard‐hitting, in‐depth stories covering government waste, homeland security, terrorism, crime, health insurance, medical fraud, etc. Participants must have good computer skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities, knowledge of current events and a 3.0 GPA. Duties can include generating story ideas, transcribing video tapes, conducting research and preliminary interviews, identifying interview subjects and story elements, assisting with the set up of shoots and clerical duties. Intern must be ambitious, enthusiastic, a self‐starter and a good researcher. Previous newsroom or journalism experience is a plus. Juniors, seniors and graduate students are eligible. This is an unpaid internship.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Video Intern — Deadspin

Video Intern at Deadspin

2012-09-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Deadspin is for the sports enthusiast with a heart for the game but a mind beyond the action. A maverick in sports media, Deadspin chases athletes off the field to break scoops, dispatch gossip, and debunk the hero myths that comprise male celebrity culture. Its daily coverage inspires after-hours bar discussions and workplace email chains for millions of courtside fans.

Job Description

The student will work closely with our Video Editor, and will be asked to complete projects that include creating and editing video content for our website. Applicants must be proficient with video editing software.

To Apply

Applications should be sent to Tom Ley (ley@deadspin.com).

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Online Editorial Intern — Prevention magazine/Prevention.com

Online Editorial Intern at Prevention magazine/Prevention.com

2012-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Rodale is the authoritative source for trusted content in health, fitness, and wellness around the world. Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through its category-leading media properties, trade books, subscription online properties and integrated marketing solutions. Rodale publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times, and Organic Gardening.

Job Description

Prevention.com is looking for two talented, quick, and clever fall interns (September – December) to work with the site’s editorial team. Duties include pitching and writing daily news items, writing newsletters, helping with social media (Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook), assisting the senior editors as needed in the day to day operation of the site, and bringing fun, smart ideas to our creative editorial meetings.

The ideal candidate has a passion for health, wellness, and mental health, and is a rising sophomore, junior, or senior interested in a career in journalism. Ideally, you’ve written for a student-run paper, magazine or website, done an editorial internship in the past, and have a passion for online media and social media.

Applicants must receive college credit for the internship, and the position is 2 – 3 days (minimum 15 hours) a week, unpaid, in the magazine’s New York City office.

To Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Amanda First (amanda.first@rodale.com)

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Web & TV Production Intern — PBS Nature / WNET

Web & TV Production Intern at PBS Nature / WNET

2012-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NATURE is an Emmy award-winning weekly natural history and wildlife documentary series airing on PBS (www.pbs.org/nature).

WNET is the premier public media provider of the New York City metropolitan area and parent company of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21. WNET also hosts the digital services THIRTEEN HD, KidsTHIRTEEN, WLIW Create, WLIW World, THIRTEEN on Demand, THIRTEEN Kids on Demand, and V-me; as well as an ever-expanding range of websites, including thirteen.org, wliw21.org, and Thirteen EdOnline.

The WNET family of companies 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 children’s programming.

Job Description

Applications are now being accepted for NATURE’s fall 2012 internship program. This internship is non-paid (academic credit optional) and available to undergraduate and graduate students.

Description of Duties

NATURE seeks highly-motivated interns who will provide writing/research, production and administrative support to the production team in the areas of website content and post-production. Responsibilities will include the following: screening films and writing for podcast/website; research into mainly natural history and environmental subjects; fact-checking; assisting the producers during editing, audio mixing, voice-over recording sessions and some local NYC shoots; reviewing and time-coding transcripts; on and off-site pick-up/delivery of production materials (for dubbing, format conversion, transcription, etc.); document digitizing; tape library archiving; arranging travel and expense reports; etc.

The intern will be required to work 12-20 hours per week through December 14.

Start and end dates are flexible.

Student Accountability

The intern will report to a broadcast associate producer and a web producer and will be expected to work with other team members, from a senior producer to the executive producer, to complete assigned tasks.

Educational Requirements/Special Skills

Students with a strong, proven interest in natural history and/or television and the ability to work in a multi-tasking environment which requires accuracy, organization, research and strong writing skills. Experience with Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, basic HTML, social media, and/or content management systems (CMS) is a plus.

Opportunity Profile

In addition to gaining the experience of working in a fast-paced television production environment, in which the intern will strengthen his/her planning, organization, research, and team-building skills, he/she will work with experienced producers, contribute to the production of a national television program, and have the opportunity to gain exposure to other departments related to production – publicity, on-air promotions and the web. Intern writers will receive a web production credit on the NATURE website.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and writing sample (1-2 pages, no term papers) to JunJ@thirteen.org with subject heading: NATURE INTERNSHIP

Refer to http://www.pbs.org/nature for writing sample examples. No phone calls or faxes, please. Only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.

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48 Hours Intern — CBS News

48 Hours Intern at CBS News

2012-09-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

CBS News is seeking an intern to work at 48 Hours Mystery for fall 2012. This is a magazine show 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. Proficiency with Lexis‐Nexis and strong interpersonal skills necessary. Participants must have good computer skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities and knowledge of current events. A 3.0 GPA or above is recommended. This is an unpaid internship. The student is required to get college credit and must work at least 2 or 3 full weekdays.

To Apply

To apply, please email your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Radio News Intern — CBS News

Radio News Intern at CBS News

2012-09-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

CBS News is seeking an intern for Radio News for fall 2012. 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. Interests in broadcast journalism, especially radio, a must. Intern should have basic knowledge of computers and be self-starters. Intern should also have a fundamental concept of reporting and research. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students are eligible. Participants must have good computer skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities and knowledge of current events. A 3.0 GPA or above is recommended. This is an unpaid internship. The student is required to get college credit and must work at least 2 full weekdays.

To Apply

To apply, please email your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Investigative Unit Intern — CBS News

Investigative Unit Intern at CBS News

2012-09-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

CBS News is seeking an intern for the Investigative Unit for fall 2012. This department produces hard‐hitting, in‐depth stories covering government waste, homeland security, terrorism, crime, health insurance, medical fraud, etc. Participants must have good computer skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities, knowledge of current events and a 3.0 GPA. Duties can include generating story ideas, transcribing video tapes, conducting research and preliminary interviews, identifying interview subjects and story elements, assisting with the set up of shoots and clerical duties. Intern must be ambitious, enthusiastic, a self‐starter and a good researcher. Previous newsroom or journalism experience is a plus. Juniors, seniors and graduate students are eligible. Students must be able to work 20 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship. Students are required to get college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Production Intern — Inside Edition

Production Intern at Inside Edition

2012-09-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

In September 2012, CBS Television Distribution's Inside Edition begins its 25th season as television's longest-running, top-rated and most-honored syndicated newsmagazine, building upon a successful season in which the show made headlines, received industry accolades and, once again, ranked in the top 10 first-run syndicated programs, a distinction it has held for the past 24 years.

Anchored by veteran newswoman and two-time Emmy Award winner Deborah Norville since 1995, and backed by a dedicated, experienced team of broadcast journalists overseen by Executive Producer Charles Lachman, with Co-Executive Producer Esther Pessin, the daily newsmagazine has built its enduring success by presenting a compelling mix of hard-hitting investigations, exclusive newsmaker interviews and incisive human-interest stories, as well as celebrity and pop culture features.

Job Description

Inside Edition is currently looking for students to participate in our fall 2012 internship program. As a production intern, daily duties involve: Making phone calls, story research, retrieving show ratings, tips, and viewer comments, assisting field crew and reporters on shoots, and hands-on involvement in the daily taping of Inside Edition. This is not a paid internship, however, we do offer a transportation stipend to all students.

To Apply

Email Darrell Cunningham, Intern Coordinator, at dcunningham@kingworld.com

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Africa.com Finance Editorial Interns — Africa.com

Africa.com Finance Editorial Interns at Africa.com

2012-08-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Africa.com is a two-year-old start-up website that is committed to providing original and objective content about the continent. We are focused on covering key categories of news and information about Africa in a growing environment based in New York City and South Africa.

Job Description

Africa.com is looking for journalistically-minded editorial interns to help create and update content for our finance section. We are looking for interns to help research headlines about financial news pertaining to Africa, to write introductions to said news stories, and to contribute posts to our finance blog.

This position is ideal for students who are interested in economics, foreign policy, and the impact that the global financial spotlight will have on Africa in the coming decades. At Africa.com, interns will learn about how to manage news at an online media outlet. We are looking for interns who are self-enterprising, eager to learn about content management in both Wordpress and proprietary environments, and who are interested in working in a rich environment in which self-penned pieces are heartily welcomed.

Familiarity with creating video content is a plus, although not required.

Fall internships begin on September 4th, with flexibility. Fall 2012 interns in good standing will be considered for extension through the winter. Africa.com internships are unpaid and can be credited.
Learn more about our company at www.africa.com.

To Apply

Please send your CV and a short email explaining your interest to Jayanthi at jayanthi.daniel@africa.com.

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Editorial Intern — Us Weekly's special issues/"bookazine" team

Editorial Intern at Us Weekly's special issues/"bookazine" team

2012-08-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Us Weekly's special issue/"bookazine" team works separately from the weekly magazine. We produce special collector's editions on a monthly schedule. A sample of our previous issues can be found here: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/wenner-media?keyword=wenner+media&store=allproducts

Job Description

Us Weekly’s special issue/”bookazine” team is looking for an unpaid fall editorial intern. We are flexible with scheduling but require 20 hours per week. College credit and a love for all things pop culture (from movie franchises to the royal family) are a MUST. No exceptions. Duties include:

• Distributing relevant morning news from major outlets, Google Alerts, plus related fansites and Twitterfeeds
• Efficiently and thoroughly transcribing interviews
• Compiling detailed research files via YouTube clips, radio interviews, magazine scans and archives, Twitter, etc.
• Using LexisNexis, Studio Systems, Celebrity Service, Critical Mention, imDB Pro and Who Represents as resources for fact-checking and organizing publicist contact info
• Helping our photo team with preliminary research and administrative work
• Occasionally assisting the weekly magazine with any extra editorial needs

To Apply

Please email a brief cover letter (with availability for the fall semester) and resume to jessica.gatdula@usmagazine.com.

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Fall Editorial Intern — Fodors.com

Fall Editorial Intern at Fodors.com

2012-08-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Fodor’s Travel, a division of Random House, Inc., is one of the world’s leading providers of travel information. Covering over 7,500 worldwide destinations, Fodor’s guidebooks and website, Fodors.com, have provided the most up-to-date, accurate information for travelers since 1936. Written by a vast team of global correspondents, Fodors.com provides engagingly written, locally reported, and absolutely indispensable travel guidance to more than 5 million unique users a month.

Job Description

Fodors.com is seeking an unpaid intern for the Fall 2012 to work from early September to early December. We are looking for a college or graduate student (Journalism/Communications/English) who is available to work 12-20 hours a week in our Midtown NYC office. Students must be able to receive school credit for the internship.

This opportunity is for a web-savvy young journalist to jump in and learn how a leading travel site works—from idea to execution. You’ll be part of a three-person team creating engaging travel content. Along with researching photos and producing stories, you’ll write news briefs and short articles, proofread copy and test links for blog stories and newsletters, attend staff meetings, and tag content in our database. You may also be asked to jump in to assist on special feature projects like our Top 100 Hotel Awards.

The student will emerge from this internship with several clips and a deep understanding of what it's like to work at a fast-paced travel brand in Midtown Manhattan. The ideal applicant will be a fast learner and self-starter. Familiarity with blogging platforms and social media tools is preferred.

To Apply

Please send an email with cover letter and resume to news@fodors.com.

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Fall Interns — newsday.com

Fall Interns at newsday.com

2012-08-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

newyork/newsday.com is a branded newsday website covering Westchester and the Lower Hudson Valley.

Job Description

Interns will work for a Newsday-branded website that covers Westchester, Rockland and other Hudson Valley counties. They will work in our Manhattan office as web producers, entertainment web producers, digital reporters, photographers or social media interns. These are hands-on positions that will provide solid digital journalism experience for selected candidates. Students must receive academic credit for the internships and generally work two days a week.

Web Producer Intern
Web producer interns will be responsible for publishing stories, photos, polls and other multimedia extras. They may be asked to coordinate with reporters and editors to keep the site fresh with flowing content and may also work on social media outreach. Interns may also be assigned to write stories and assist with breaking news as well as production of longer-term multimedia projects.

Entertainment Web Producer Intern
Entertainment web producer interns will be responsible for covering both things to do in the region and national entertainment and pop culture news. They will write up area venues and events and create guides to eating, drinking, shopping and more. They will also publish stories, blog posts, photos, polls and other multimedia extras. They may be asked to coordinate with reporters and editors to keep the site fresh with flowing content and may also work on social media outreach.

Photo Intern
The internship requires candidates to have their own equipment, access to a car and the ability to travel within the coverage area. Interns will report to the Manhattan office and will often be out covering assignments. The ideal candidate would be familiar with the principles of photo shooting and editing. Knowledge of video is a plus. Candidates must submit samples of their work.

Social Media Intern
The ideal candidate is a smart, savvy, hard-working student with a good understanding/knowledge of community-building and newsgathering on social media sites. Candidates must submit writing samples. Please attach to resume.

Digital Reporter Intern
Web reporter interns will be asked to write news and feature stories as well as to help fact check copy. At times, they will also be asked to take photos or video or to create other multimedia extras.

To Apply

The application package must include:
1. Cover letter
2. Printed application form, completed and signed. http://www.newsday.com/services/about-newsday/newsday-jobs-and-internships-1.1532621#print
3. Resume
4. Up to 6 samples (copies) of published work for web producer interns, entertainment producer interns and digital reporter interns.

Please send your application package to:

Mae Cheng
Managing Editor
Local Media Group/Westchester
240 W. 35th St. 9th Floor
New York, New York 10001

Questions may be addressed to mcheng@cablevision.com


Deadlines:

The application deadline for fall internships is September 17, 2012. The application deadline for spring internships is January 15, 2013.

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Eye Intern — WWD

Eye Intern at WWD

2012-08-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WWD is the daily newspaper of the fashion industry. The Eye is its society and culture section.

Job Description

WWD seeks fall interns for its society and culture desk. Interns will assist in day-to-day duties including party and event coverage, features research, calendar upkeep and some transcription.

To Apply

Please send a resume and no more than three clips to matthew_lynch@condenast.com.

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Editorial Internship — SLAM Magazine

Editorial Internship at SLAM Magazine

2012-08-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

SLAM Magazine is a monthly national basketball magazine published out of New York City.

Job Description

SLAM is looking for an online editorial intern to work two days a week out of our Manhattan office.

Must have Wordpress experience, a love for basketball at all levels and a familiarity with SLAM Magazine/SLAMonline.com. Intern will mostly be working on online posts, including photo galleries, video galleries, news stories, the occasional feature/Q+A, etc. (Random office duties may also pop up.) Should be currently enrolled in a journalism, English, writing or media-related program. We're looking for a quick learner and someone who's enthusiastic about online journalism and breaking into the world of basketball media.

To Apply

Please send resume and a few clips to afigman@harris-pub.com.

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Intern — Ink Publishing—Hemispheres magazine

Intern at Ink Publishing—Hemispheres magazine

2012-08-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Ink is an international media company that works with over three dozen airlines, produces media in 17 languages, and sells advertising in over 100 countries. Our New York office creates Go magazine for AirTran, Hemispheres magazine for United and EnViva, a Spanish language magazine for Viva Aerobus

Job Description

Are you a talented writer and meticulous researcher with a passion for travel? You might be interested in an internship at Hemispheres, the award-winning in-flight magazine for United and Continental airlines. Our New York City office is looking for one or two great fall interns to research story ideas, fact check stories, write front-of-book items and generally help out the editorial team. Although the position is unpaid and requires credit eligibility, interns will get lots of personal attention from editors—we have a small office—and bylined clips. We are looking for someone to work at least two days a week from mid-September until mid-December.

To Apply

If interested, please send resume, cover letter and three clips (published or unpublished) to jacqui@hemispheresmagazine.com

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Food Writer Editorial Internship — The Village Voice

Food Writer Editorial Internship at The Village Voice

2012-08-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

When it was founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer in October of 1955, the Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited, and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing.

Job Description

The Village Voice is looking for a creative, reliable intern to join our team part-time this fall and assist with the development of food and drink stories. Our ideal intern will have an interest in New York's food culture, possess strong writing and researching skills, and have some experience with digital photography. Duties will include sourcing materials for upcoming stories, providing general editorial support, and learning the ins and outs of our newspaper and blog production.

To Apply

After visiting the food section at www.villagevoice.com/restaurants/, email a CV and cover letter to Tejal Rao, at trao@villagevoice.com, telling us why you'd be a good fit. If you have links to relevant writing clips and photography, please include those as well.

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Marie Claire Beauty Internship — Marie Claire-Hearst

Marie Claire Beauty Internship at Marie Claire-Hearst

2012-08-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Marie Claire is a fashion magazine with character, substance and depth, for women with a point of view, an opinion and a sense of humor.

Job Description


The Marie Claire beauty and health department is looking for interns for the fall semester. Responsibilities include organizing the beauty closet, transcribing interviews, researching beauty and health-related trends and topics, and corresponding with publicists to call in items and confirm product information. We are looking for people who are extremely organized, take initiative, and MUST receive college credit.

To Apply

Please email your resume, cover letter, and availability to jhernon@hearst.com under the subject line, “Fall Internship.”

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Editorial Intern — Parenting Magazine

Editorial Intern at Parenting Magazine

2012-08-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

As the nation's premier magazine for moms, Parenting magazine provides honest, real-world advice on raising children, and the emotional support and connection moms need to enjoy their full lives. With a total average paid circulation of 2,150,000 and an audience of over 10 million, Parenting remains the cornerstone of The Parenting Group family, which includes Babytalk magazine and Parenting.com.

Job Description

Parenting Magazine is looking for Fall 2012 interns in our NYC office. This is a great opportunity to work on all sections of Parenting Early Years and Parenting School Years magazines, get to know a variety of editors, acquire print and online clips, and get administrative office experience.

Some duties include: writing short front or back of book pieces for the magazine, blogging for Parenting.com’s Show & Tell blog, calling in and returning products, requesting images, doing research for various stories, opening and organizing mail, transcribing interviews, etc.

Must have proven interest in journalism and willingness to learn, and be available 12 to 20 hours per week. This internship is unpaid and college credit is required. .

To Apply

If interested, please send resumes, a cover letter in the body of the email, and availability to Margaret Hargrove at
margaret.hargrove@bonniercorp.com.

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Fall Internship — Mercury Radio Arts

Fall Internship at Mercury Radio Arts

2012-08-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Mercury Radio Arts is Glenn Beck’s fully integrated production and media company. It features Mr. Beck’s third highest-rated radio show, books authored by Beck and others, live stage-shows, a news and opinion website The Blaze, and a brand new subscription-based internet TV network GBTV.

GBTV, which launched on September 12th, features original programming including Glenn’s daily 2-hour live show, exclusive documentaries, news, information, and other entertainment exclusive to GBTV. All programs will be broadcast in HD and will be available live or on-demand across multiple viewing platforms. The network launched earlier this month and already has more paid subscribers than Oprah’s network has viewers.

Glenn Beck is the host of the 3rd most listened-to radio show in America, reaching 10 million weekly listeners. He has authored seven #1 New York Times bestsellers across nearly every genre. Glenn recently ended his Fox News television show, which, until its conclusion, was the third highest show in all of cable news despite being on at the non-primetime hour of 5pm. In 2010, Glenn held a non-political event in Washington, DC called Restoring Honor which brought hundreds of thousands of people to the mall at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial. This August, he made an equally bold statement with an event at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Israel. Glenn’s websites, including Glennbeck.com and his online news and opinions website TheBlaze.com, receive 3-4 million unique visitors per month.

Job Description

Intern duties would include researching, compiling data, editing and proofreading stories, answering fan mail, running errands, reporting, gathering, obtaining first-hand information, and networking. Please note that journalism majors may be asked to write articles, blog, etc. regarding the various subjects including politics, world news and the current election.

Interns will have the opportunity to experience and be a part of the effort that goes into producing, maintaining, and running both a nationally syndicated radio show, a developing news website, as well as a brand new, cutting-edge network.

For more information, please visit: http://www.mercuryradioarts.com/about/


To Apply

*Qualifications:
Application Instructions:
Internships are unpaid and interns must be able to receive school credit.
We are currently looking for interns in New York and Dallas the following departments:

Video/Audio Production
News
Publishing
Research



Please indicate the department for which you are most interested in applying and submit a resume and cover letter to the attention of Lilly Abbo via email: intern@glennbeck.com.

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Editorial Internship — Latina

Editorial Internship at Latina

2012-08-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About Latina Media Ventures
Latina Media Ventures is the authoritative voice for the acculturated community of Hispanic women living in the US. For 15 years and across multiple platforms, Latina provides unique, in-depth, culturally-relevant, engaging and inspiring content on key areas of interest: including beauty, food, entertainment, fashion, parenting and health. With 3MM readers, Latina is the largest magazine edited by and for Latin women.

Job Description

Latina magazine is looking for a smart, enthusiastic intern for the fall semester (Sept to Dec). Our fall intern will work closely with the magazine's editors by assisting with research, researching story ideas, reaching out to readers, fact-checking, transcribing interviews, attending editorial meetings and other editorial tasks. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for Latina culture and a love of magazines. The internship is for school credit only.


To Apply

To apply: Send a short cover letter, resume and 2 clips to: lori.delsecolo@latina.com

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Fall Editorial Intern — Rodale International

Fall Editorial Intern at Rodale International

2012-08-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Rodale is a global media company with a heritage, mission, and authority dedicated to the health and wellness of the individual, community, and planet. Through a broad portfolio of leading media properties, Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through multiple distribution channels, including magazines, books, online, mobile, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer, and video. The company publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times, and Organic Gardening, and is the largest independent book publisher in the United States, with a collection of bestselling titles, including Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, Eat This, Not That! and Flat Belly Diet! Rodale is also a leader in direct-response marketing and has more than 25 million active customers in its database. To learn more about Rodale, visit www.rodaleinc.com. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V

Job Description

Rodale International is looking for a Fall editorial intern to start in
September. Must be for academic credit.

*Provide editorial support for Women’s Health, Men’s Health,
Prevention, Bicycling and Runner’s World International Editorial
Directors
*Help research and create branded materials to be distributed to
international editors
*Assist with monthly Best Edit newsletters
*Analyze covers and sales trends
*Research articles for international editions
*Organize brand materials for new launches
*Participate in ongoing editorial projects
*Strong Adobe InDesign and Photoshop knowledge required.
*Interest in international markets and/or foreign language skills are a
plus!

To Apply

Please email resume and cover letter explaining why you’d be great for the job to Samantha Quisgard (Samantha.quisgard@rodale.com). Use email subject line “NY Rodale International Internship”. No phone calls
please! Deadline: August 20.

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Intern for VIBE Magazine and VIBE.com — Vibe Media | Access Network

Intern for VIBE Magazine and VIBE.com at Vibe Media | Access Network

2012-08-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Multi Media Company publishing VIBE, Uptown and Black Book magazine and respective websites.

Job Description

Learn how to write breaking news stories for VIBE.com
Handle administrative duties / paperwork / organization i.e. Faxing, distributing mail and reading letters from readers
Brainstorm ideas for VIBE and VIBE.com
Perform research for stories
Attend entertainment events and parties for red carpet reporting
Transcribe interviews with celebrities

Qualifications..The ideal VIBE intern is...
Self-motivated and very willing to learn
Proactive and has a thirst for knowledge and passion for the world of media
Currently enrolled in Journalism, English, Writing or Media related program
Willing to work at least 2 days in our Union Square office and provide their own laptop
Social media skills are a plus. Some interns run and interact with fans on VIBE’s Twitter and Facebook accounts

To Apply

Email cover letter and resume only -- note, no application on the vibe.com website

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Intern — The Huffington Post

Intern at The Huffington Post

2012-08-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Huffington Post is the premier online newspaper and blog site, with nearly 60 million unique visitors, 1.8 billion page views and 300,000 comments each month. Launched in May 2005, it quickly became one of the most widely read, linked to, and frequently cited media brands on the Internet. In 2012, the site won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.

Job Description

The Huffington Post is looking for an intern for Huff/Post50 (huffingtonpost.com/50). Our site focuses on baby boomers, age 47 to 66. We have a small staff so our interns receive excellent hands-on experience in digital production, research and fact-checking, reporting and writing, photo and video selection, and advanced social media.

The Huffington Post For-Credit Academic Internship Program offers targeted, intensive work on The Huffington Post in exchange for course credit. Academic Interns will have the opportunity to meet HuffPost President & Editor-in-Chief, Arianna Huffington, and work side by side with senior editors to learn both the fundamentals and detailed workings of the business.

Once approved for an academic internship, the intern will work closely with the Huff/Post50 editor to create a curriculum outlining the goals of the program. The site's editor, Laura Rowley, is an award-winning journalist with 25 years experience in newspapers, magazines, television, radio and digital; she has published five books and was an adjunct professor at Seton Hall. Huff/Post50 takes our interns and the quality of their experience very seriously!

Seventy-seven million strong, baby boomers are shifting the biological, psychological, social and cultural definition of aging. We cover all aspects of lifestyle -- careers, family relationships, aging, health/fitness, love/sex, travel, music, film, celebrities, retirement, personal stories of reinvention and much more.

HuffPost Academic Interns must be enrolled in a recognized college or university, and receiving academic credit for the internship and authorized to work in the United States.

To Apply

To apply for the position, please send a resume, 2-3 clips, or writing samples (these can be links to something already published online), and a short description of what you hope to get from the program. These can be emailed to SayItOnHuffPost50@huffingtonpost.com

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Editorial Intern — Fitbie.com (Rodale, Inc)

Editorial Intern at Fitbie.com (Rodale, Inc)

2012-08-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Rodale is a global media company with a heritage, mission, and authority dedicated to the health and wellness of the individual, community, and planet. Through a broad portfolio of leading media properties, Rodale reaches more than 70 million people around the world through multiple distribution channels, including magazines, books, online, mobile, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer, and video. The company publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men’s Health, Prevention, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Bicycling, Running Times, and Organic Gardening, and is the largest independent book publisher in the United States, with a collection of bestselling titles, including Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, Eat This, Not That! and Flat Belly Diet!

Job Description

Each month, more than 5 million people visit Fitbie.com, an MSN portal that is owned and operated by health and wellness publisher Rodale. Editorial interns will write and produce articles and slideshows about fitness, nutrition and health. They will also have the opportunity to assist with video production, social media and other projects. This internship is unpaid and candidates must be eligible to receive college credit. They must also have writing experience and an interest in fitness/health.

To Apply

To apply, please send an email to mary.squillace@rodale.com with "Fitbie editorial internship" in the subject line, resume attached, cover letter pasted into the body of the email, and links to any relevant clips.

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Editorial Intern — Scholastic Parent & Child magazine

Editorial Intern at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine

2012-08-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine knows that motherhood is a role of a lifetime. But we also understand that mom defines herself as so much more. Our creative content helps mom nurture, support, and advocate for her whole family both at home and in school while also providing the woman inside with inspired thinking to meet her own needs. Each issue features practical articles on child development, health and well-being, classroom success, community connection, travel, food, and activities to do together all written in a lively and reassuring voice that respects her time, judgment, and wisdom.

Job Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine is looking for an intern to work in our Soho office 2-3 days a week this fall (but not more than 20 hours). Our interns are an important part of the editorial team and contribute to the print magazine, website and iPad app. We’re looking for someone who is enthusiastic, detail-oriented, organized and hard-working. Duties include writing small pieces for the print magazine, interviewing celebrities for our website, requesting and tracking product samples, conducting story research, attending photo shoots or press events as needed, and providing general support to the editors.

This internship is a great way to prepare yourself for a future role as an editorial assistant. Must receive school credit.

To Apply

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to Elizabeth Callahan (ecallahan@scholastic.com)

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Features Editorial Intern — O, the Oprah magazine

Features Editorial Intern at O, the Oprah magazine

2012-08-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

O, the Oprah magazine is a monthly women's service title with a readership of 16 million.

Job Description

The features editorial intern at O, the Oprah magazine works closely with senior-level editors on service packages. Duties include researching and reporting, as well as writing short sidebars and as-told-to interviews.

To Apply

Please send cover letter and resume to senior editor Kate Rockwood at krockwood@hearst.com.

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Editorial Intern — Food.com

Editorial Intern at Food.com

2012-07-31 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scripps Networks Interactive is a leading developer of high-profile, lifestyle-oriented content for many media platforms including television, digital, mobile and publishing. The company's media portfolio includes popular lifestyle brands HGTV, DIY Network, Food Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and country music network Great American Country (GAC) as well as various digital-only properties.

Job Description

One of the Internet's largest cooking sites, Food.com, is seeking a web-smart, food-savvy fall intern to join our small team. The intern will help with brainstorming, promo writing, copy-editing, creating galleries, blog writing, basic production work, research, SEO writing, social media promotions and more.

Strong attention to detail, good writing skills, a passion for food and a love for the internet are a must. Looking for 15-20 hours a week, flexible to fit your class schedule. This internship is paid and only available to current students. We work above Chelsea Market in the Chelsea area of Manhattan -- in the Food Network offices.

To Apply

Submit a cover letter and resume to Kristine Brabson at kbrabson@scrippsnetworks.com

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Editorial Intern — Conde Nast, Brides Magazine

Editorial Intern at Conde Nast, Brides Magazine

2012-07-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Condé Nast is committed to providing interns with a robust educational experience. In addition to their assignment, interns are eligible to take part in the Condé Nast Intern Seminar Series and a centralized project that will expand their knowledge of our multi-media business. Prospective interns must be enrolled at a 2-4 year US college/university and must be eligible to receive credit for their internships.

Job Description

Editorial internship at a top national magazine. Assists the Features Department with research and administrative tasks.

To Apply

Please submit resume and two writing samples to catherine_smith@condenast.com. Select candidates will be interviewed.

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Editorial Internship, Psychology Today — Psychology Today

Editorial Internship, Psychology Today at Psychology Today

2012-07-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Psychology Today is the only general interest magazine devoted exclusively to everybody’s favorite subject: ourselves. Founded in 1967, Psychology Today covers all aspects of human behavior, from the workings of the brain to the bonds between people and the larger cultural forces that drive our most intimate decisions. At PsychologyToday.com, postings by more than 600 bloggers on everything from addiction to misleading first impressions are viewed more than 5 million times each month.

Job Description

Psychology Today has an excellent opportunity for a few smart and talented editorial interns at our office in New York. We are a small staff, so you’ll be a key member of the team. Interns pitch story ideas and write short articles for the magazine. They typically receive two or three bylines per issue. Other duties include working closely with editors on story research and special projects, proofing print and online copy, helping to manage content on our website and blog network, and occasional transcription and light clerical work.

Journalism experience and an interest in human behavior required. Background in psychology and/or experience writing science stories not mandatory, but a major plus. Must be able to juggle several tasks at once and work autonomously.

To Apply

To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and three clips (links are fine) to lauren.friedman@psychologytoday.com by Tuesday, August 14 (rolling).

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Editorial Intern — Every Day with Rachael Ray

Editorial Intern at Every Day with Rachael Ray

2012-07-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Every Day with Rachael Ray is part of the Meredith Corporation. We are a food and lifestyle magazine with a readership of 1.8 million.

Job Description

Interns will be responsible for helping the lifestyle department at Every Day with Rachael Ray. They must be able to be in the Manhattan office at least 2 days a week (3 preferable). Interns will be responsible for helping team of 2-3 editors, including calling in products, researching stories (in categories like trends, technology, travel, beauty and party ideas), attending press events and small writing assignments for bylines. They will also get experience in fact checking and get to attend photo shoots.

To Apply

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and ONE writing sample to edwrr.lifestyleinternship@gmail.com

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Photo Intern — Slate Magazine

Photo Intern at Slate Magazine

2012-07-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Slate is a daily Web magazine. Founded in 1996, we are a general-interest publication offering analysis and commentary about politics, news, business, technology, and culture. Slate's strong editorial voice and witty take on current events have been recognized with numerous awards, including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence Online. The site, which is owned by The Washington Post Company, does not charge for access and is supported by advertising revenues.

Job Description

Slate.com's New York office is looking for applicants for a fall internship with the Photo and Art department. Applicants must be matriculated students, available at least 15 hours a week for 10-12 weeks starting in early September. Interns will gain hands-on experience editing photos, creating slideshows and selecting art for an award-winning online magazine. This is an editing — not shooting — internship, however there are ample opportunities for motivated interns to work on special projects and publish their work.

To Apply

Please submit your brief cover letter, resume and links to online work samples to heather.murphy@slate.com

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Editorial Intern — Condé Nast - Epicurious & Gourmet Live

Editorial Intern at Condé Nast - Epicurious & Gourmet Live

2012-07-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Condé Nast is home to some of the world’s most celebrated media brands. In the United States, Condé Nast publishes 18 consumer magazines, four business-to-business publications, 27 websites, and more than 50 apps for mobile and tablet devices.

Job Description

Editorial interns for Condé Nast sister sites Epicurious and Gourmet Live are responsible for a variety of tasks, including writing weekly blog posts, researching and writing online features, assisting with photo research, reviewing content, and assisting at photo shoots.

Academic credit is required for the internship, which spans from September through December. Interns must be available two days per week (full or half days). Stipend provided.

To Apply

Please submit your resume and any applicable food-specific writing samples to Gourmet Live Associate Editor Kelly Senyei (kelly_senyei@condenast.com).

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Online Intern — Ladies' Home Journal

Online Intern at Ladies' Home Journal

2012-07-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Ladies' Home Journal is for women who recognize the importance of taking time for themselves. We speak to every woman's need for personal growth and fulfillment. Ladies' Home Journal engages women with relevant conversations about health and relationships; beauty and style; food and finance. Our unique blend of expert advice and socially-generated content entertains, energizes and empowers the reader to become a stronger, surer self, wife, mother and friend.

Job Description

Ladies’ Home Journal is looking for an online intern for the fall 2012 semester. At LHJ, you’ll have a chance to work in many sections of the website—from fashion and beauty to health and food. Responsibilities include pitching ideas for the website, researching stories, site production, social media management and content management. There may also be writing opportunities. Our ideal candidate has excellent writing and researching skills, and previous journalism experience through internships or work on a college newspaper. Design skills are a plus. A positive attitude and passion for websites and magazines is a must! This is an unpaid internship beginning late August through December. Applicants must be able to get documented college course credit.

To Apply

Send your resume and cover letter to Amanda Wolfe at amanda.wolfe@meredith.com. Also indicate which days of the week you will be available to work and when you can start. No phone calls please.

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Elite Traveler Magazine Fall 2012 Internship — Elite Traveler Magazine

Elite Traveler Magazine Fall 2012 Internship at Elite Traveler Magazine

2012-07-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Elite Traveler is a private jet lifestyle magazine written exclusively for the elite affluent consumer. Each issue provides detailed information covering the spectrum of luxury lifestyle, including travel, fashion, jewelry, watches, spirits, autos, jets, yachts, and real estate.

Job Description

Elite Traveler is looking for outstanding editorial interns to work 20 hours a week, from late August to December. Candidates should be detail-oriented and independent workers who want to learn more about the editorial side of magazines.

Responsibilities include:
-researching for top editors
-fact-checking the print publication
-sourcing images for the art department
-helping to secure credit information
-writing for the web
-basic Photoshop work
-web-editing and posting of blogs

An interest in fashion and/or travel is a major plus! This is an unpaid internship and requires school credit.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter stating your start date/availability, resume, and 1-2 recent clips to Madeline Boardman at madeline.boardman@elitetraveler.com.

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Editorial/ Research Internship — Saveur Magazine

Editorial/ Research Internship at Saveur Magazine

2012-07-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Saveur magazine is a leading food publication with a distinctly international focus. Articles go beyond food and recipes to truly explore the culture and the people behind them.

Job Description

SAVEUR MAGAZINE EDITORIAL/RESEARCH INTERNSHIP

Saveur is currently looking for a research intern with a fluency in Mandarin for their fall editorial internship.

Interns will begin in early September and will work with Saveur's small, close-knit editorial staff for three months. Intern responsibilities will include researching, fact-checking, reporting and writing for the magazine as well as occasional administrative assistance.

Interns attend editorial meetings and tastings. They become intimate with all aspects of magazine production from start to finish and have the opportunity to develop connections with magazine editors, writers, and well-known people in the food world. This is a great opportunity to gain real world research experience, potentially publish short pieces, learn about the editorial side of the culinary world and to build contacts in magazine publishing.

Candidates must have excellent researching and writing skills, a demonstrated interest food and publishing and must be fluent in Mandarin.

We ask that our fall intern come in for two full, consecutive days a week. This is an unpaid internship. Credit is optional.


To Apply

To apply, please email a resume, clips and a letter of interest to the Assistant Editor, Felicia Campbell, at felicia.campbell@saveur.com.

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Online Intern - Viewpoint — Current TV, LLC.

Online Intern - Viewpoint at Current TV, LLC.

2012-05-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Current Media is the fastest growing cable network in history. Our Emmy-award-winning team delivers in-depth exploration of the world’s most important and entertaining stories to an engaged and interactive audience on-air and online. We are committed to providing our influential adult audience relevant content with the most integrated and immersive multi-platform experience possible.

Current media has smart, dedicated teams in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Europe, and is new viewed in more than 70 million homes worldwide.

Job Description

Current’s digital team for “Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer” develops content that complements and expands upon the “Viewpoint” television experience. We create and optimize video, blogs and interactive experiences on Current.com, Current’s social media networks and the “Viewpoint” website (http://current.com/shows/viewpoint/).

As a student intern on the “Viewpoint” digital team you will have a unique hands-on learning experience where your contribution and ideas will be encouraged.

Responsibilities:

-Assist in the production and editing of online videos related to “Viewpoint”
-Contribute original digital content such as blog posts and image galleries
-Assist with creation and execution of social media content
-Think strategically and brainstorm with the team about online trends and how to best apply them to original content produced for Current.com and the “Viewpoint” site
-Some administrative tasks in support of the team, as necessary

Requirements:
-Proficiency with Final Cut Pro; experience shooting and editing video content for the web

-Basic Adobe Photoshop skills (at minimum, an ability to select and crop images, with basic editing)

-Experience producing content for the web, including blogging and headline writing

-Familiarity with AP Style

-Strong knowledge of online content, social media trends and best practices in the digital space a plus

-Extremely strong organizational skills and attention to detail

-Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and prioritize multiple work streams

-Passion for political news commentary and elections coverage a major plus

-Enrollment in an accredited college/university and the ability to earn school credit for your internship. Graduate students highly encouraged to apply.

-Must be able to devote 20 to 40 hours per week

To Apply

If you’re looking for a rewarding opportunity and a great work environment, please email your resume and cover letter to internships@current.com with the position you’re applying for in the subject line. Please tell us where you saw this position and the semester you are applying for. All internships are unpaid.

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Beauty Editorial Intern — DailyMakeover.com

Beauty Editorial Intern at DailyMakeover.com

2012-05-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

DailyMakeover.com is the only place where women not only learn about the hottest trends in beauty, but also apply the trends directly on themselves. We leverage our ability to quickly update content in the virtual Makeover Studio to create a unique interactive experience. The editors cover the hottest celebrity trends, product launches, and how-to techniques, then enhance the user’s experience by making all of the trends available to try on in the virtual Makeover Studio. The site also has a network of beauty bloggers, expert contributors, how-to videos and a library of thousands of celebrity photos. DailyMakeover.com receives over 1 million unique visitors a month and sends out a daily newsletter.

Job Description

DailyMakeover.com is looking for a creative, ambitious intern to assistant the editorial department. Must have a strong interest in beauty, fashion, style and celebrity trends. Responsibilities would include coding content, resourcing images, pitching story ideas and lots of bylines! Hours are flexible, but we’d like a minimum of a 10 hour per week commitment. Stipend will be offered.

To Apply

Send email to megan.segura@dailymakeover.com with resume and a brief description of why you'd be a great intern.

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Online Intern - The War Room — Current TV, LLC.

Online Intern - The War Room at Current TV, LLC.

2012-04-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Current Media is the fastest growing cable network in history. Our Emmy-award-winning team delivers in-depth exploration of the world’s most important and entertaining stories to an engaged and interactive audience on-air and online. We are committed to providing our influential adult audience relevant content with the most integrated and immersive multi-platform experience possible.

Current media has smart, dedicated teams in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Europe, and is new viewed in more than 70 million homes worldwide.

Current’s digital team for “The War Room with Jennifer Granholm” develops content that complements and expands upon the War Room television experience. We work directly with on-air talent and show producers to create and optimize video, blogs and interactive experiences on Current.com and Current’s social media networks.

Job Description

As a student intern on the War Room digital team you will have a unique hands-on learning experience doing the following:

Responsibilities

- Assist in the production of digital videos from the War Room for posting on Current.com and Current social media properties

- Contribute original digital content such as blog posts and image galleries

- Think strategically and brainstorm with the team about online trends and how to best apply them to original content produced for Current.com

- Perform some administrative tasks in support of the team, as necessary

- Assist with creation and execution of social media content

- Attend all show production and digital content team meetings. Your contribution and ideas are encouraged!


Requirements

- Current enrollment in an accredited college/university and able to earn school credit for your internship at Current

- Must be able to devote 20-40 hours per week

- Basic Adobe Photoshop skills (at minimum, an ability to export media, select and groom images) – light training provided

- Experience producing content for web, including blogging and headline writing

- Experience shooting and editing video content for the web

- Strong knowledge of online content, social media trends and best practices in the digital space is a big plus

- Extremely strong organizational skills

- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and prioritize multiple work streams

- Passion for political news commentary and elections coverage a major plus

To Apply

If you’re looking for a rewarding opportunity and a great work environment, please email your resume and cover letter to internships@current.com with the position you’re applying for in the subject line. Please tell us where you saw this position and the semester you are applying for. All internships are unpaid.

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Broadcast Intern — Al Jazeera English

Broadcast Intern at Al Jazeera English

2012-04-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Al Jazeera English is an international news network.

Job Description

Al Jazeera English is seeking two interns in our New York/United Nations bureau for the Fall Semester. The intern will help produce live interviews, news packages and feature stories. Responsibilities include research, pitching stories, attending press conferences, and helping with anything in the field. Other duties include technical tasks such as logging tape, researching archival footage, light editing on Final Cut Pro, coordinating transmissions of tape to other bureaus, and limited administrative work. Interest in international news is required.

The position is part-time for 3 to 4 months. Hours are flexible and will vary depending on intern availability and news of the day, but a normal day begins at 9am and ends at 5pm. Interns will work at the UN office and the NY office.

To Apply

Deadline is June 15 for Fall. Decisions will be made by July 1.

Please send a resume and cover letter highlighting your qualifications and why you should be picked for this internship.

Send to BOTH

AJE-Bureaux-NY@aljazeera.net
and
aje-dcnews-internship@aljazeera.net

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Editorial Intern — Manhattan magazine

Editorial Intern at Manhattan magazine

2012-04-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Modern Luxury Media is the premier luxury lifestyle publisher in the United States with more than 30 publications in 13 major markets. Whether it's a revealing celebrity profile, a special feature on the chicest trends in design, cutting-edge fashion spreads or an in-depth review of the city's hot spots, Manhattan magazine consistently engages its affluent NYC audience.

Job Description

Manhattan magazine, a luxury lifestyle publication that keeps NYC's elite in the know, is seeking editorial interns for a credit-only summer internship. Applicants should have a keen eye for detail and an insatiable curiosity for food, culture, events, tastemakers, fashion and emerging talents in NYC. In addition to maintaining an expansive knowledge of the goings-on in Manhattan, applicants must possess a knack for pitching, writing, researching and fact checking. Organizational prowess, resourcefulness and a responsible work ethic are also musts. Please send along a cover letter, resume and 2-3 clips for consideration.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, 2-3 clips and a resume to manhattanmaginternship@gmail.com

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Editorial Intern — Haymarket Media, Inc.

Editorial Intern at Haymarket Media, Inc.

2012-04-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Haymarket is an international publisher of consumer and trade publications with offices in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Florida, Illinois and California.

Job Description

Detailed Tasks: The following list of responsibilities is not necessarily exhaustive or definitive, but examples of various job tasks required for this role.
* Assist editor with putting print and Web projects (e.g., copy editing, writing news stories, writing headlines/callouts)
* Assist Web editor with daily postings and weekly e-newsletters
* Assist Web editor with updating and posting archived material

Attributes/skills: The ideal candidate will be a quick learner and have some experience with medicine and/or journalism.
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential as well as an eye for detail in proofreading written documents.
*The successful candidate will be a self-starter with the ability to work without constant supervision.
*Good time management and the ability to work as part of a team are prerequisites.
*Candidates should be skilled in Microsoft Word and basic HTML.

To Apply

Interested parties should send e-mail with cover letter and resume to editor@clinicaladvisor.com.

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WWD Summer Style Interns — Women's Wear Daily

WWD Summer Style Interns at Women's Wear Daily

2012-03-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Women's Wear Daily has been the paper of record of the fashion industry for over a century. The Eye desk is home to the paper's society, culture and entertainment coverage.

Job Description

WWD's daily style section seeks summer interns to assist in its coverage of New York society, culture and entertainment. Interns will have the opportunity to develop their own reporting and writing with spot event coverage and are encouraged to pitch feature ideas. Interns will also assist in day-to-day newsroom duties.

To Apply

Please email resume, cover letter and no more than three clips to matthew_lynch@condenast.com.

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J-14 Magazine Summer Editorial Internship — Bauer Publishing

J-14 Magazine Summer Editorial Internship at Bauer Publishing

2012-03-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Bauer Publishing is the number one seller of magazines at retail in the country. Our titles connect with a nationwide audience of readers across several diverse editorial segments: from celebrity/entertainment (In Touch Weekly) to women’s (Woman’s World, First of Women, Soaps in Depth) to tweens and teens (M, Twist, J-14, QuizFest, Astrogirl, Life Story) to science and technology (ID: Ideas and Discoveries).

Bauer Magazines deliver pure circulation driven by consumer demand. Our titles are sold at a wide variety of retail venues reaching active, engaged shoppers across a range of product categories.

Job Description

J-14 Magazine, the top-selling teen entertainment magazine on newsstands, is searching for enthusiastic and pop-culture savvy interns to work with our editorial department during the summer semester/break. Responsibilities include transcribing celebrity interviews, researching stories, responding to reader mail, and working closely with the editors on stories in entertainment, real life, beauty, and fashion.

Additional opportunities include conducting interviews, generating news items and blogging for J14.com, and updating J-14’s Twitter and Facebook pages. Internships are unpaid but can be counted for college credit.

To Apply

If interested, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to Katie Amey, kamey@bauerpublishing.com, subject line: J-14 Summer 2012 Internship.

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MetroFocus Intern — WNET

MetroFocus Intern at WNET

2012-03-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Become an intern at WNET.ORG, the parent of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21 and Creative News Group. You will gain valuable experience at a company that has a rich history in public television broadcasting and production as well as being a leader in the adoption of new media.

WNET.ORG offers opportunities 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.ORG is a national leader among public media companies and can provide you with experience that is second to none.

Job Description

Immediate opportunities are available on a rolling basis for interns to support the MetroFocus website and TV show. We are seeking students who are working towards a college degree in liberal arts, journalism, business, digital media, web production, communications or a related field.

Ideal candidates will have a strong academic record; excellent communication skills; meticulous attention to detail; willingness to do administrative tasks; the ability to juggle multiple duties; and a passionate interest in NYC news, policy issues, culture and public media.

We are looking for people who will be flexible and hardworking as roles and responsibilities evolve over time.

RESPONSIBILITITES

Interns will be expected to keep abreast of current events and news, pitch story ideas and events for inclusion in the website, “cover” specific blogs and pitch original contributions to the site that they can write or produce. Interns may also assume specific specialized assignments depending on length of internship and strengths and talents of each candidate:

Articles: Research, fact-check, copyedit and write stories for publication (Required: superior writing, usage, storytelling and reporting skills)
Video: Assist in video production: shoot and edit video (Required: Proficiency in shooting video and Final Cut Pro video-editing skills)
Photography: Track down photos, use Photoshop, create photo-galleries and slideshows. (Required: Proficient in Photoshop)
Business development: Research and prepare meetings and follow up for potential content and marketing partners (Required: Superior interpersonal skills, proficiency in PowerPoint)
Social media/PR: Assist with public relations events and social media outreach and success. (Required skills: Advanced knowledge of Twitter, Facebook and other social media and familiarity with various evolving platforms to track social media reach: e.g. Bit.ly, Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, SocialFlow, Backtype, Klout, Score.ly)

All interns also provide other manners of production support, including:

Conducting business development outreach and follow up to outside organizations and media companies for content sharing and marketing cross-promotion.
Coordinating PR events.
Performing other production operations, story research and reporting under the direction of the Executive Producer/Editor-in-Chief or other key staff.

Essential skills and qualifications for all interns include:

Strong interpersonal skills, including ease and professionalism on the phone and in person. Candidates must feel comfortable cold-calling people inside and outside the company for information.
Solid knowledge of grammar, punctuation and the basics of reporting, fact checking and journalistic ethics and standards.
Excellent written communications and business etiquette. Proficiency in MS Office: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and in Outlook calendar management.

Familiarity with WordPress
Basic understanding of evolving web, social media and SEO best practices

ELIGIBILITY

MetroFocus Internships are open to students currently enrolled at accredited colleges or universities. All interns are required to show proof of current student enrollment. WNET will gladly assist with any required paperwork for students seeking school credit for their internship work.

COMMITMENT AND SCHEDULING

Scheduling is flexible, with preference given to students willing to commit for longer internships, but it requires 20 hours per week.

To Apply

To apply, candidates should send resume and cover letter. Email responses should list the title of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. Please do not send links to online resumes.

Please use your engaging cover letter to give us a sense of which of the various areas of specialization outlined above would best suit your strengths, aptitude and interests (Articles, Video, Photography, Business Development, Social media/PR.) You may include links to your writing clips, video work, or website as desired.

E-mail: internships@wnet.org

WNET New York Public Media
825 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10019-7435

Qualified candidates only; no phone calls please. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

WNET IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

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Editorial Intern — Epicurious and Gourmet Live (Condé Nast)

Editorial Intern at Epicurious and Gourmet Live (Condé Nast)

2012-03-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Gourmet Live: http://gourmet.com
Epicurious: http://www.epicurious.com/

Job Description

Gourmet Live and Epicurious, two Condé Nast sister sites, are seeking an online editorial intern for the summer term who has a strong writing background and a passion for food. Responsibilities include blogging, assisting editors with research, building recipe collections, maintaining social media accounts, assisting on photo shoots, and contributing pitches to weekly editorial meetings. The intern must receive academic credit for the internship and will receive a stipend.

To Apply

Please submit your resume and cover letter along with any food-related writing samples, or alternately, links to your food blog/published blog posts to Kelly Senyei, Associate Editor, Gourmet Live at kelly_senyei@condenast.com

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intern — El Diario/La Prensa

intern at El Diario/La Prensa

2012-03-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

El campeón de los hispanos
The nation’s oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper

Job Description

Journalism internship at El Diario/La Prensa – The nation’s oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper
Note: We will not make you fetch coffee!

Qualifications:
--Currently enrolled in a continuing education program, two-year or four-year-college or graduate program.
--Bilingual (Spanish/English) reading, writing and speaking skills.
--Completed coursework in news reporting.
--Basic multimedia skills and ability to work across multiple platforms.
--Solid research skills, especially around NYC and Latino issues
--Interest in journalism, Latino studies, or policy research.
--Ability to dedicate 14 hours per week and work in a fast-paced environment.
--Familiarity with social media.

Responsibilities may include:
Translation.
Editing videos.
Writing for different platforms.
Research assistance on news stories and special projects.
News reporting or preparation of news briefs.
Monitoring coverage of specific issues.
Reviewing letters to the editor.
Editing and fact checking.


Opportunities to…
work in multimedia in opinion, sports, news, entertainment and other sections of the paper; participate in meetings and events; and develop strong sense of newsroom operations.




To Apply

Candidates can send a brief cover letter and resume to internships@eldiariony.com by April 30, 2011. Attention: Erica Gonzalez

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Editorial Intern — Scripps Networks, Food.com & CookingChanneltv.com

Editorial Intern at Scripps Networks, Food.com & CookingChanneltv.com

2012-03-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Part of the Scripps Networks Interactive-Digital portfolio, Food.com is one of the top five online cooking and recipe destinations on the web today and has been serving its robust community of home cooks for 12+ years. Cookingchanneltv.com launched a year ago as a companion site to the new food channel, Cooking Channel, a sister station to Food Network, and focuses on the latest in food trends and cooking styles -- both gourmet and down-home, national and international.

Job Description

Sister sites, Cookingchanneltv.com and Food.com, are looking for a Web-smart, food-loving, full-time intern to join our small but busy team from late May to early August. Intern tasks will cover the gamut, including copy-editing, creating galleries (food porn!), promo copy writing, blog writing and Q&A interviewing, basic production work, brainstorming new projects, and helping to run our growing Facebook and Twitter extensions

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to Kristine Brabson at kbrabson@scrippsnetworks.com. Must apply by March 21.

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Digital Intern — Good Housekeeping/Hearst

Digital Intern at Good Housekeeping/Hearst

2012-03-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Corporation is one of the nation's largest diversified media companies. Its major interests include magazine, newspaper and business publishing, cable networks, television and radio broadcasting, internet businesses, TV production and distribution, newspaper features distribution and real estate.

Job Description

Good Housekeeping is looking for a Digital Intern for the Summer 2012 semester (June-August) to help with social media, the website and more. We need someone who is tech- and internet-savvy, a strong writer, reliable, organized, and eager to learn. During your internship, you will likely have the opportunity to help with social media campaigns for a variety of features in the magazine, assist with mobile app development and video content, and help produce stories for the website. You will also help with story research. The winning candidate must also be willing to perform the small administrative tasks that make a magazine work.

Applicants with magazine/website internship experience or college journalism experience are preferred. You must be able to receive course credit and work at least two days a week in our New York City office.

To be considered for this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to rbowie@hearst.com. Put “Good Housekeeping Digital Intern” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

To Apply

Please email Rachel Bowie (rbowie@hearst.com) a resume and cover letter to apply.

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The Aesthete Summer 2012 Editorial Internship — The Aesthete

The Aesthete Summer 2012 Editorial Internship at The Aesthete

2012-03-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Aesthete is a dynamic online gallery of art, ideas and style profiling New York's most promising creators and their work. A digital monthly magazine and online portal, we bring together New York's most inspiring and influential characters to celebrate the minds that weave the city's cultural fabric.

Job Description

A digital monthly magazine and online portal, The Aesthete is a dynamic online gallery of art, ideas and style profiling New York’s most promising creators and their work. The Aesthete is looking for editorial interns for summer 2012. This intern will support the editorial team with story research and pitches, organizing contributions, and other administrative details.

The ideal candidate is proactive and has a great professional attitude with a well-rounded interest in arts, culture, and journalism. School credit is required. To apply, e-mail your cover letter and resume to info@theaesthete.com with Summer Editorial Intern in the subject.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail your cover letter and resume to info@theaesthete.com with Summer Editorial Intern in the subject.

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Summer Intern — NY Times / NYU - The Local East Village

Summer Intern at NY Times / NYU - The Local East Village

2012-03-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Local is produced by NYU's The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute in collaboration with The New York Times.

Job Description

The Local East Village is offering an opportunity to write for the Website of The New York Times during the summer of 2012: May 14 to Sept. 1. A collaboration between The Times and NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, the online news site seeks reporters that are eager to produce lively, engaging, and timely stories about one of the city’s great neighborhoods. If not local residents, applicants should be savvy about the East Village and eager to explore it to the hilt, with an eye for news minutia as well as larger stories in the areas of education, politics, crime, housing and real estate, arts and culture, and business openings and closings, to name just some of The Local’s areas of coverage. You should be able to cultivate sources and write quickly and accurately, with an engaging, “bloggy” tone and sense of humor when appropriate. During the summer, you’ll be representing The Local and The New York Times; an adaptable, outgoing, professional demeanor is a must.

This job (pay rate: $500 per week) will require that you act as a news runner daily from the hours of 9 p.m. till 6 p.m. You’ll be on call at 20 Cooper Square to report stories as assigned by The Local's editor, a visiting professor at the Arthur L. Carter Institute; you'll also be working closely with the site's full-time on-staff reporter. You may be asked to cover nighttime events such as community board meetings. Since you’ll also be encouraged to pitch stories and even come up with ideas for regular columns during weekly editorial meetings, creative thinking and a familiarity with the blogosphere is a plus. We’re looking for someone who is proactive, eager to share ideas, and has a sense of fun. But above all, The Local strives to be the first to report neighborhood news in a competitive environment; you should be able to thrive under tight deadlines and turn around copy that meets the standards of The Times, editors of which work closely with The Local in case a story warrants pick-up across other NYTimes.com blogs or in the newspaper. You should expect to write a story per day, and be able to work on longer features while also producing shorter items.

Applicants should be competent in digital photography, since they’ll be expected to take photos for stories; experience with video reporting and editing is a plus, as is a familiarity with social media. A strong knowledge of HTML and WordPress is all the better. In addition to reporting duties, you may be asked to create event listings, link dumps, and the like.


Please have proven experience in the field of journalism and a deep respect for the tenets of the craft. Graduate students of the Arthur L. Carter Institute or other journalism schools will be considered so long as they are exceptional writers with a proven track record.

To Apply

After visiting The Local at http://nytimes.com/eastvillage, please send a copy of your C.V. and links to at least five relevant clips to the editor, Daniel Maurer, at danielm@nyu.edu. Send attachments only if your stories are not available online. A link to your Flickr page or any other photo work will also be helpful.

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iVillage.com Pregnancy/Parenting, Love/Sex Intern — NBC/iVillage

iVillage.com Pregnancy/Parenting, Love/Sex Intern at NBC/iVillage

2012-03-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

iVillage is the largest content-driven community for women online reaching 30 + million unique visitors per month (comScore). With over four million plus conversations annually and thousands of specific brands talked about weekly, iVillage is at the center of her digital routine.

Everyday women come to iVillage to connect, share advice, find life tools and engage in conversations that matter most to them in areas of Pregnancy & Parenting, Health, Food, Entertainment, Home & Garden and Beauty & Style.

Additional businesses and brand extensions within iVillage include iVillage UK, NBC Digital Health Network, Astrology.com and GardenWeb.

iVillage Inc., is based in New York City, and is part of the NBC Universal Women & Lifestyle Entertainment Networks Group.

Job Description

NBC’s iVillage.com’s Parenting + Pregnancy, Love + Sex team is in search of highly motivated, responsible, web-savvy individuals who are college sophomores, juniors or seniors for a summer internship.
We prefer interns who are able to work each day of the summer (M-F, 9:30 to 6), but will also accept applications for those available at least three full days a week. Candidates should thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment and should have an interest in women’s lifestyle issues and online media.
Requirements
- College sophomore, junior or senior
- Ability to work in our Chelsea Market location in New York, NY
- Eligible to receive academic credit
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Excellent research skills
- Ability to meet deadlines and juggle several long-term projects at one time
- Able to work efficiently and quickly in a fast-paced environment
Big Pluses
- Specific background or interest in love/sex and pregnancy/parenting
- Web design and photo research skills
- Background working in online media
Duties include:
- Producing articles and slideshows
- Photo research for slideshows
- Daily news research
- Weekly links-we-love roundups
- Obtaining photos from PR contacts
- Calling in products as needed for articles
- Updating information for weekly meetings
- Pitching stories to editors
- Occasional writing assignments

To Apply

Send a brief cover letter and resume to Associate Editor, Lindsay Tigar: lindsay.tigar@nbcuni.com. Please send materials by March 30.

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Editorial Intern — Africa.com

Editorial Intern at Africa.com

2012-03-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

We are a broad-based content site that spans a great number of categories, including travel, finance, news, and arts and culture. All of our content focuses on the continent of Africa.

Job Description

Africa.com is looking for journalistically-minded editorial interns to help create and update content on our finance, news, and travel and culture sections. We are re-launching these sections with a combined aggregate and proprietary content strategy: we're looking for interns to help research headlines about Africa in the news, to write original introductions to said news stories, and to contribute original posts to our finance, news, and travel and culture blogs.

This position is ideal for students looking to learn more about how to manage news at an online media outlet, and is especially ideal for those who are interested in Africa from any and all perspectives, whether it's social enterprise and philanthropy to foreign affairs to fashion and music. We are looking for interns who are self-enterprising, eager to learn about content management in both Wordpress and proprietary environments, and who are interested in working in a rich environment in which self-penned pieces are heartily welcomed.

Familiarity with creating video content is a plus, although not required.

This internship can begin immediately (not for credit) or at the beginning of the summer of 2012. Spring 2012 interns in good standing will be considered for extension through the summer. Summer internships begin on June 1st, with flexibility. Africa.com internships are unpaid and can be credited, and stipends will be considered on an individual basis. Internships take place at our head office in New York City. Learn more about our company at www.africa.com.

To Apply

Please send your CV and a short email explaining your interest to Jayanthi Daniel at jayanthi.daniel@africa.com.

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NBC News Specials Summer Intern — NBC Universal

NBC News Specials Summer Intern at NBC Universal

2012-02-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NBC Universal Media, LLC is an American media and entertainment company engaged in the production and marketing of entertainment, news, and information products and services to a global customer base. The company owns and operates American television networks, numerous cable channels, and a group of local stations in the United States, as well as motion picture companies, several television production companies, and branded theme parks.

Job Description

Summer Intern - NBC News Specials
Description:

Type of Business: NBC News internship opportunities give students the real world experience and exposure to news production at one of the world's leading media companies. Internships are the perfect way to gain experience while learning what a career at NBC News might hold in store for you.

As a company, we highly value our ability to provide students with these amazing opportunities. Interning at NBC Universal provides students with a platform to showcase and develop their talents, skills, and experiences. In addition to the experiences gained from the internship, the company provides various sessions throughout the semester to develop students professionally and expose them to senior leadership.

The NBC News Specials unit covers breaking news and live events, including long-term political stories. This summer, the unit will focus on conventions and election planning. Interns work directly with producers to research stories, prepare graphics, coordinate logistics, and screen and log tapes. Due to the unpredictable, exciting nature of breaking news, this is a great opportunity for individuals who want to work in a setting where each day is different.

Interns must be self-motivated and comfortable working on projects independently. They must have strong journalism experience, problem-solving skills and should be able to work full-time during the summer.

WHAT WE REQUIRE:

NBC Universal interns must meet the following criteria:

Must be enrolled in a Bachelor's/Master's program at an accredited college or university

Must be 18 years or older and currently in sophomore standing or above

Must be able to receive academic credit from their college or university prior to starting internship

Must be available through the beginning of September

Region: New York City
Industry: Communications/Broadcasting

To Apply

Please e-mail thomas.hanson@nbcuni.com with your availability, resume, and cover letter. Due to the high volume of applicants, only those candidates being considered will be contacted.

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Journalism Intern — The Sag Harbor Express

Journalism Intern at The Sag Harbor Express

2012-02-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Sag Harbor Express was founded in 1859 and is the oldest newspaper published on Long Island's South Fork. Twice named New York State's best weekly newspaper, the company also publishes a collection of lifestyle magazines and maintains the website sagharboronline.com.

Job Description

The award-winning Sag Harbor Express — twice named New York State’s best weekly newspaper — will be offering journalism internships for the summer 2012 season. Located on the East End of Long Island, The Express covers a broad variety of subjects in this resort community, including coverage of education, the environment, government, arts and culture. In addition to the weekly newspaper, The Express also publishes a collection of monthly magazines which include stories on the region’s artists and writers, local health, wellness and recreation, plus food and entertaining.

To Apply

Send resume and three clips to editor@sagharboronline.com

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Research Intern — Ark Media

Research Intern at Ark Media

2012-02-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Ark Media is an independent documentary film production company located in Brooklyn, NY. Ark was founded by Barak Goodman and Rachel Dretzin. We produce historical, cultural and public affairs documentaries for the PBS series FRONTLINE and American Experience, as well as cable outlets like The History Channel and AMC. In the last few years, Ark films have been nominated for an Academy Award and won the National Emmy, a Dupont-Columbia, an RFK Journalism, a Peabody, and a Writers Guild Award.

Job Description

Seeking a research intern with experience looking for archival images and doing historical research. 3-4 days a week; three month commitment required.

Project is four-hour series on Italian Americans for PBS. Knowledge of Italian history and immigration and Italian language skills strongly preferred.

To Apply

Please email CV and cover letter to Hannah Olson - hannahcreekolson@gmail.com

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Design & Production Intern — Open Road Integrated Media

Design & Production Intern at Open Road Integrated Media

2012-02-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Open Road Integrated Media is a digital publisher and multimedia content company. Open Road creates connections between authors and their audiences by marketing its ebooks through a new proprietary online platform, which uses premium video content and social media. Open Road has published ebooks from legendary authors including William Styron, Pat Conroy, Jack Higgins, and Virginia Hamilton, and has launched new e-stars like Mary Glickman.

Job Description

Open Road Integrated Media has an opening for one unpaid intern to work 15 to 20 hours per week in its design/production department.

The design & production intern will assist the design department in a number of tasks related to ebook and POD design and production, including typesetting book interiors, inputting editorial corrections to books, assisting with branding projects, preparing files for press, purchasing and sizing stock art images, and departmental administrative tasks (scanning, folder organization, etc.).

This is a fast-paced, high-profile startup—details and deadlines are of the essence. The right individual will have the unique opportunity to experience all aspects of the book design process in a next-generation publishing environment.

Primary Responsibilities

• Add cobranding to existing covers; create cobranding templates as needed
• Stock image and rights research
• Creation of new and backlist back ads
• Input 1P and 2P corrections of proofread book interiors from editorial
• Typesetting books
• Create marketing materials such as Reader’s Guides and Author Bios as needed
• Assist with creation of epubs as needed by Production

Requirements

• Expert in Adobe Creative Suite, particularly InDesign and Photoshop.
• Strong attention to detail
• Ability to juggle multiple and varied tasks
• Demonstrated interest in design, layout creation, and next-generation publishing
• Knowledge of ereader devices helpful

To Apply

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Andrea C. Uva, Art Director, at auva@openroadmedia.com.

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StyleList Home Intern — AOL / Huffington Post

StyleList Home Intern at AOL / Huffington Post

2012-02-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

StyleList.com Home is looking for an intern who will get immediate, hands-on experience writing and producing web content covering home, fashion, and style.

Training will be provided on AOL’s proprietary publishing system, but some experience creating web pages and using basic HTML and Photoshop is a plus. Must have some editorial experience in print or online, and demonstrable knowledge of fashion and home.

This is a fabulous opportunity to join a fast-growing site and a dynamic, fun team. A pro-active, detail-oriented intern will have the opportunity to grow and acquire solid real-world new media and editorial skills.

Qualifications
· Majoring in Communications, & Journalism preferred
· Superior communications skills, both oral and written
· Well organized, able to multi-task, able to prioritize with minimal direction
· Able to follow up with project partners to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverables, strong organizational skills
· Good oral and written communication skills, fluent in PowerPoint, Excel and Word, basic HTML code experience. Quickly learn how to work with online publishing and photo editing software, work well with data and metrics
· Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
· Home decor writing and event coverage experience; interview skills a plus
· Can work autonomously
· Online media production skills: Photoshop, content management systems, etc
· Great attention to detail
· Overall interest in home decor, trends and products
· Positive attitude, loves a challenge, able to pitch creatively and execute ideas

Duties/responsibilities would include:
· Contributing content to the site
· Creating slideshows
· Running occasional errands for the department
· Contacting PR contacts for images/press releases
· Possibly attending events in our stead

This is a paid internship available immediate at 40 hours / week; $10/hr.

To Apply

Please email your resume to Caitlin.Geraghty@teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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Moviefone, Editorial Intern — AOL / Huffington Post

Moviefone, Editorial Intern at AOL / Huffington Post

2012-02-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Passionate, curious, creative? Our employees have helped to create popular and engaging online products and destinations that attract over 150 million unique visitors each month globally. As a result, AOL is a leading global web services company with a substantial worldwide audience, a suite of powerful web brands and industry leading products, and one of the largest advertising networks in the United States . We look for people that are exceptionally imaginative, collaborative, and truly psyched about our mission to inform, entertain and connect the world.

Job Description

We're looking for a quick study who is VERY passionate about movies, can help with editorial and programming tasks, with an emphasis on production and behind-the-scenes functions.
Responsibilities
• Daily programming work is required to:
• Manage our DVD release page
• Manage our "Coming Soon" & "In theaters" pages
• Maintain moviefone tumblr account, assist with facebook / twitter
• Help with community outreach, promoting content with fan communities
• Build/Send out weekly e-mail newsletter

Help editors with:
• Transcribing
• Editorial research
• Taking Minutes during editorial meetings
• Help organizing editorial calendars
• Help with photo assignments, build galleries
• Writing copy

Qualifications
• Passion for online media and internet-based businesses.
• Student experienced in journalism, marketing and / or communications
• Knowledge of film industry, box office trends, home entertainment platforms, film studios
• Understanding of blog platforms, html, photoshop a plus
• Ability to anticipate movie audience trends
• Superior communications skills, both oral and written
• Well organized, able to multi-task, able to prioritize with minimal direction
• Able to follow up with project partners to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverable
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment

This is a spring internship (available immediately) for 20 hours / week; $10/hr. [This does not qualify as journalism internship — Craigh Barboza]

To Apply

Please email your resume to caitlin.geraghty@teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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Huffington Post College Intern — AOL / Huffington Post

Huffington Post College Intern at AOL / Huffington Post

2012-02-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

HuffPost College is committing to the delivering the best, most entertaining college news to its readers and seeks qualified, enthusiastic interns to help nurture these efforts.

Responsibilities:

- Finding the most entertaining college news

- Building and pitching slideshows

- The possibility of writing longer stories

- Supporting editors in daily tasks

The ideal candidate will have strong writing skills and a background in journalism. He or she should possess an enterprising and creative attitude. Experience writing for college papers is preferred.

This is a spring internship (available immediately) for about 3 days / week; $10/hr.

To Apply

Please email your resume to caitlin.geraghty@teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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Foreign correspondent internships in Turkey — Institute for Education in International Media

Foreign correspondent internships in Turkey at Institute for Education in International Media

2012-01-26 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Institute for Education in International Media (ieiMedia) leads journalism study abroad and internship programs around Europe, teaching multimedia reporting, foreign reporting and magazine writing.

Job Description

Graduating seniors, graduate students and young professionals are eligible to apply for these supervised summer 2012 correspondent and reporting internships in Istanbul, Turkey:

Worldpress http://www.worldpress.org
You'll write a minimum of four feature stories about issues in Turkey for the former World Press Review, now a large global affairs digital magazine based in New York CIty.

Time Out Istanbul (English language edition) http://www.timeout.com/istanbul/
Report on cultural affairs for the Istanbul edition of this powerful international brand. You'll cover trends, thought, music, travel, food, books and the arts.

Istanbul Eats http://istanbuleats.com/ You'll work on a special project: interviewing master chefs from the Turkish provinces about their culinary secrets. Your bylined work will be eligible to appear on the Istanbul Eats blog, and may be considered for inclusion in a book.

Here are some recent intern clips: http://istanbulstories.net/2011/07/11/the-intern-publications/

Interns stay in university lodgings in Istanbul's upscale Besiktas neighborhood, are assigned a faculty supervisor and shared interpreter, and are invited to participate in all classes and activities of the related Istanbul Project, a concurrent academic program http://ieimedia.com/istanbul

To Apply

Review the program info http://ieimedia.com/istanbul-internships and apply here http://ieimedia.com/application. Please include your resume.

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Features Edit Intern — O, the Oprah magazine

Features Edit Intern at O, the Oprah magazine

2012-01-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

O, the Oprah magazine is a lifestyle magazine aimed at helping readers live their best lives.

Job Description

O, the Oprah magazine is seeking a features editorial intern for summer 2012 (mid-May through mid-August). The internship is a mix of research, reporting, and writing short sidebars and involves working with a small number of senior-level editors. Applicants must be available at least three days a week to work from our NY office and must be able to receive school credit.

To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to Kate Rockwood: krockwood@hearst.com

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HuffPost Business Intern — AOL / Huffington Post

HuffPost Business Intern at AOL / Huffington Post

2012-01-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

The HuffPost Business intern will have the opportunity to write news stories covering the biggest financial stories of the day, including unemployment, the cleanup of the financial crisis and every day business news. The intern will also be responsible for handling news production tasks, including creating photo slideshows and managing wires stories.

This is a Spring internship at 40 hours / week for $10 / hr.

To Apply

Please email your resume to caitlin.geraghty@teamaol.com with the job title in the subject line.

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Editorial Features Intern — Metro Newspapers

Editorial Features Intern at Metro Newspapers

2012-01-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Metro is the 4th largest circulated and the most read free daily newspaper in the US (1,149,135 daily readers), achieving readership growth surpassing the LA Times and Washington Post. As the leading free daily newspaper, Metro targets the most active, high-spending young professional in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia and delivers the highest % of readers 18-49. Concise, contemporary and colorful, Metro provides news/entertainment to captive, attention-hungry commuters. Metro offers innovative multi-platform/geo-targeted campaigns; print, out-of-home, and on-line. As the pioneer of the free daily newspaper, Metro's global brand attracts 18 million daily readers across 18 countries, making Metro the world's largest global newspaper.

Job Description

Metro US is looking for interns interested in entertainment and lifestyle. Metro internships are unpaid, but you are given unlimited opportunity to both develop your skills and get clips. Experience at a college newspaper or other newspaper is required. Candidates must be prepared to hit the ground running by taking initiative to pitch stories and help out wherever necessary. Internships are available for college credit. Please send a resume and cover letter to heidi.patalano@metro.us

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to heidi.patalano@metro.us

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Fashion/Beauty Intern — Meredith Corporation

Fashion/Beauty Intern at Meredith Corporation

2012-01-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

For over 100 years, Meredith brands have been committed to providing women with information and inspiration to create a rich and meaningful life. By focusing on the core passions of family, home and self, we continue to play a vital role in the lives of 75 million* women.

Our influence extends to every life stage, from young adults and new parents to established families and empty nesters. By delivering quality, trusted content whenever, wherever and however she wants it, Meredith has evolved into the leading media and marketing company focused on women.

When you’re ready to engage the largest audience of women in America, we can help you connect at the speed of life.

Job Description

Family Circle’s beauty and fashion department is looking for an intern
for the Spring 2012 semester who can work three to five days a week.
College credit is required for this internship. Responsibilities include:
blogging for familycircle.com, researching for the department, pitching for
FOB and style section, assisting at photo shoots and run-throughs,attending
press events, handling beauty and fashion samples, maintaining the
organization of both closets and various administrative duties.

To Apply

Send resume and cover letter to alli.echelman@meredith.com

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Editorial Intern — mediabistro.com

Editorial Intern at mediabistro.com

2012-01-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

mediabistro.com's growing editorial department seeks ambitious interns to assist its news and features team in our New York City office. Intern will regularly assist department with copy editing, proofreading, article production, and story research. Intern will learn about the world of digital journalism by gaining practice with HTML, blogging, social media, and viral marketing and will also have the opportunity to cover media events for our blogs.

Job Description

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about having the opportunity to gain experience in writing, copy editing, and reporting according to AP style. He or she should also be familiar with mediabistro.com’s content and have a passion for all things media. Familiarity with HTML and blogging platforms is preferred. Availability to work flexible hours for event coverage as needed is a plus.

To Apply


Send a cover letter and resume as Word documents or PDFs and include the following:
1. Your proposed start date
2. Days and hours of availability during the internship
3. Number of academic credits you will receive for the internship

No phone calls. You MUST receive academic credit and be able to work in our New York City office. Please confirm that you meet all of these criteria in your cover letter.

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CountryLiving.com web intern — Hearst Magazines

CountryLiving.com web intern at Hearst Magazines

2012-01-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 20 U.S. titles and more than 300 international editions. The Company also publishes 23 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Hearst Magazines UK.

Job Description

CountryLiving.com is looking for a spring web intern. The position is unpaid, and you must be able to get school credit. You'll be producing content in our CMS, pitching story ideas, writing flipbooks, contributing to social media, and more. Web experience, plus strong writing and reporting skills preferred.

To Apply

Send resume and short cover letter to Rachel DeSchepper at rdeschepper@hearst.com with "Spring Internship" as the subject line.

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Newspath Intern — CBS News

Newspath Intern at CBS News

2012-01-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

CBS News is currently seeking a spring intern to work in Newspath, the newsgathering and distribution unit for CBS News. Newspath gathers footage, edits and redistributes the video via server to CBS Network, owned stations, affiliates and contracted domestic and overseas clients. This includes national & international news, weather, sports, medicine and health reports, business and consumer news and a broad range of feature stories from around the world. Newspath has several correspondents and produces stories for owned station and affiliate broadcasts. Assignments vary day-to-day. Interns can expect to log tapes, research stories, assist during shoots and red carpet events, select footage, perform light clerical duties and assist staff members. Must have strong written and oral communication skills, must be available at least 2 full weekdays and must get credit. Internship is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Channel One News Intern — CBS News

Channel One News Intern at CBS News

2012-01-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

CBS News is currently seeking a spring intern to work at Channel One News. This is a daily newscast seen by 6 million students in high school and middle school that covers stories from around the world and tackles topics from a teen’s perspective. Intern should have some technical background in shooting and editing, as well as strong research skills. Interns will research, book, log tape, help out on field shoots. Depending on ability, some interns may also do some on camera work, writing, editing and shooting. Intern must be able to work 2 days between Sunday-Thursday and must get credit. Internship is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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HuffPost Kitchen Daily Intern — AOL / Huffington Post

HuffPost Kitchen Daily Intern at AOL / Huffington Post

2012-01-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

Passionate, curious, creative? Our employees have helped to create popular and engaging online products and destinations that attract over 150 million unique visitors each month globally. As a result, AOL is a leading global web services company with a substantial worldwide audience, a suite of powerful web brands and industry leading products, and one of the largest advertising networks in the United States. We look for people that are exceptionally imaginative, collaborative, and truly psyched about our mission to inform, entertain and connect the world.

Description:

We're looking for a quick study who can help with editorial and programming tasks, with an emphasis on production and behind-the-scenes functions.

Responsibilities
-Content production, including recipe formatting

-Data collection and recipe acquisition to help maintain our recipe database

-Quality assurance of our recipe archive

-Assistance with Photo shoots and taste tests

Qualifications:

-Passion for food, cooking, online media and internet-based businesses.

-Student focused on food, journalism & communications preferred

-Superior communications skills, both oral and written

-Well organized, able to multi-task, able to prioritize with minimal direction

-Able to follow up with project partners to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverables

-Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment

-Ability to learn content management systems


Paid internship at $10/hr.

2-3 days / week.

This position is available immediately for a Spring Internship.

To Apply

please email your resume to caitlin.geraghty@teamaol.com with your letter of interest

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Spring News Intern — Council on Foreign Relations

Spring News Intern at Council on Foreign Relations

2012-01-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Though the Council on Foreign Relations is primarily a think tank, the news team at CFR.org provides needed news analysis and explanatory journalism on foreign policy in a world that grows more complex by the minute. For our efforts, we have one a number of news awards, including two Emmys and an Overseas Press Club award, as well as being nominated for many others for our multimedia work. Our current content partners include the Atlantic, Huffington Post, and CNN.

Job Description

The responsibilities of the intern include (but are not limited to):
• Working in CFR's content management system to code and edit pieces for the site.
• Photo research and cropping.
• Assisting with research for news and interactive multimedia projects.
• Transcription of interviews.
Preferred Qualifications:
• Undergraduate or graduate student focusing on international relations and/or journalism.
• Previous administrative, journalism, and web experience; multimedia experience a plus.
• Excellent editing and writing skills
• Strong organizational and communication skills.
• Strong attention to detail.
• Familiarity and facility with online research.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; HTML skills a plus.
• Ability to work independently or on a team.
CFR internships are unpaid. A modest stipend is offered upon completion of the internship.

We are looking for someone who can work a full day on Mondays and Thursday and another four hours on a day of their choice.

To Apply

Interested candidates should send resumes, cover letters, and writing samples to tjohnson@cfr.org.

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Editorial Intern — Complex Magazine

Editorial Intern at Complex Magazine

2012-01-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Complex Media Network is the premier online destination for the most influential 20-something male consumers. This discerning audience is driven by style, sports, music, games, gear and girls. The Complex Media Network reaches these style-makers and trend-spreaders through its uniquely credible and authentic viewpoint into all things Complex.

At the center of the Media Network is our flagship site, complex.com, the online incarnation of the influential Complex Magazine, the proven voice of the people that matter—the insider's Bible.

Job Description

Edit interns help the editorial staff put together daily features for Complex.com. Workload includes writing blurbs, conducting interviews, doing research, finding images, fact checking, transcribing, and other general editorial duties.

To Apply

Please send all resumes to Insanul Ahmed at insanula@complex.com

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Huffington Post Intern — AOL

Huffington Post Intern at AOL

2011-12-27 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

The Huffington Post is looking for a research intern to join the team of a HuffPost executive. We’re a tightly knit and fast moving team.

The ideal candidate will be:
- An organized and efficient researcher, able to distill large quantities of information into easily digestible nuggets. A large part of your responsibility will be preparing briefings and doing research on current events.
- Organized. We rely on our interns for help keeping everything filed and organized.
- Up-to-date and interested in current events. A lot of our events concern the news of the day.
- Outgoing. You’ll be asked to greet and interact with multiple people.
- Enthusiastic, energetic and flexible. Each day here is different – sometimes you’ll sit and quietly research, sometimes you’ll be asked to take on a lot more.

For the right candidate, there's also room for advancement. We're a growing company with lots of room for rising stars. While by no means guaranteed, some past interns have found full-time jobs in the company.

20 hours / week preferred.

This is a paid internship at $10/hr.

To Apply

please email your resume to caitlin.geraghty@teamaol.com

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Huffington Post Intern — AOL

Huffington Post Intern at AOL

2011-12-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

The Huffington Post is looking for a research intern to join the team of a HuffPost executive. We’re a tightly knit and fast moving team.

The ideal candidate will be:
- An organized and efficient researcher, able to distill large quantities of information into easily digestible nuggets. A large part of your responsibility will be preparing briefings and doing research on current events.
- Organized. We rely on our interns for help keeping everything filed and organized.
- Up-to-date and interested in current events. A lot of our events concern the news of the day.
- Outgoing. You’ll be asked to greet and interact with multiple people.
- Enthusiastic, energetic and flexible. Each day here is different – sometimes you’ll sit and quietly research, sometimes you’ll be asked to take on a lot more.

For the right candidate, there's also room for advancement. We're a growing company with lots of room for rising stars. While by no means guaranteed, some past interns have found full-time jobs in the company.

20 hours / week preferred.

This is an unpaid internship.

To Apply

please email your resume to caitlin.geraghty@teamaol.com

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Editorial Interns — BizBash Media

Editorial Interns at BizBash Media

2011-12-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Founded in 2000, BizBash is the leading trade media for the event industry. BizBash publishes magazines and e-newsletters, hosts Web sites, and produces trade shows and award shows for corporate event and meeting professionals, event marketers, and sales, PR, fund-raising, and human resource executives. We are committed to assisting our readers and show attendees to uncover ideas, gather resources, find inspiration, enhance their careers, and most importantly, create effective meetings, events, promotions, and other face-to-face opportunities.

Job Description

BizBash is looking for editorial interns for our midtown Manhattan office anytime from January through June. Interns will assist with producing our Web site and magazine for event professionals, performing a mix of responsibilities, including research, factchecking, reporting, writing, proofreading, updating online directories, and clerical work. The position is unpaid, but working for college credit is encouraged.

Required Skills: Fact-Checking, Reporting, Research, Writing

To Apply

Please send the following to eniz@bizbash.com:
--Resume pasted directly into email (no attachment)
--1 References
--Availability

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NEWS Intern-*Community Relations — BET Networks

NEWS Intern-*Community Relations at BET Networks

2011-12-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BET Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom Inc. (NYSE: VIA) (NYSE: VIA.B), is the nation's leading provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming for the African-American audience. The primary BET channel reaches more than 90 million households and can be seen in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and sub-Saharan Africa. BET is the dominant African-American consumer brand with a diverse group of business extensions: BET.com, a leading Internet destination for Black entertainment, music, culture, and news; CENTRIC, a 24-hour entertainment network targeting the 25- to 54-year-old African-American audience; BET Digital Networks - BET Gospel and BET Hip Hop, attractive alternatives for cutting-edge entertainment tastes; BET Mobile, which provides ringtones, games and video content for wireless devices; and BET International, which operates BET in the United Kingdom and oversees the extension of BET network programming for global distribution.

BET NETWORKS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER-EOE

Job Description

BET Networks is seeking (2-3) New Interns for BET.com News.

The interns will focus on:

1. Community Advocacy
2. Feature writing
3. Investigative writing
4. Pitching stories
5. Take the initiative to bring forth strong ideas and creative approaches to potential stories relevant to the BET Networks audience. Thinking about what type of stories would resonate with our demographics.

-Must have Journalism focused concentration
-Relevant Online/Print Journalism experience and/or interest.
-Must be extremely digital savvy
-Experience with blogging, FB and all other social media platforms is a plus

-NOTE: Can work remotely as well if not in the Tri-State Area

To Apply

www.betcareers.com for more information regarding the formal Internship application procedure and to apply.

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Woman's Day Editorial Internship — Woman's Day Magazine

Woman's Day Editorial Internship at Woman's Day Magazine

2011-12-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Woman's Day Magazine is a nationally-published women's magazine, focusing on healthy living, cooking, and lifestyle.

Job Description

We are looking for spring editorial interns to assist in our articles department. Candidates should be self-starters, highly organized, independent, able to multitask and interested in the magazine industry. Excellent writing and research skills are a must. The candidate also must be able to receive college credit, and would work at least two days a week and start ideally in January.

To Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to womansday@hearst.com with "Spring Internship" written in the subject line.

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Men's Fitness Editorial Intern — American Media Inc

Men's Fitness Editorial Intern at American Media Inc

2011-12-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

American Media, Inc. owns and operates the leading print and digital celebrity and health and fitness media brands in the United States. AMI’s titles include Star, OK!, National Enquirer, Globe, Country Weekly, Soap Opera Digest, Soap Opera Weekly, Pixie, Shape, Men’s Fitness, Muscle & Fitness, Flex, Muscle & Fitness Hers, Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health. AMI also manages 18 different digital sites including RadarOnline.com, OKmagazine.com, Shape.com, MensFitness.com, MuscleandFitness.com and FitPregnancy.com. AMI’s magazines have a combined total circulation of almost 7 million and reach more than 55 million men and women each month. AMI’s digital properties reach an average of 10 million unique visitors and 80 million page views monthly.

Job Description

Do you love working out, sports, food, outdoors, tech, and pop culture? Do you want an internship that provides real-world magazine experience and will allow you to have a lot of fun while learning what it takes to put a magazine together?

Men's Fitness, Muscle and Fitness, and Flex magazines are looking for upbeat, hard-working, ambitious editorial interns for the fall and spring semesters. This is not your standard filing and coffee-grabbing internship. Our interns become an integral part of our staff. You'll write and pitch stories, do interviews and research-everything full-time editors do. And when you leave the magazine, you'll have bylines and a wealth of experience to take to your first full-time job.

Applicants must be available to work at least two a week in our editorial offices (near Wall Street). Positions are unpaid and do require some more traditional intern duties as well, including transcribing interviews and research.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail Sunil Ramsamooj (Sramsamooj@mensfitness.com) with the subject "Editorial intern." Please include a résumé, clips, and a description of what makes you an ideal intern candidate.

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Editorial Intern — Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

Editorial Intern at Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

2011-12-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Us Weekly is a division of Wenner Media LLC (publisher of Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, and Us Weekly magazines), covering celebrity and entertainment news. The print edition has an average of 13.1 million readers per week.

Job Description

Us Weekly is currently looking for well-qualified individuals to intern in the editorial department of the magazine's New York headquarters. Interns must be highly-motivated, organized, upbeat and responsible individuals with an interest in celebrity news and pop culture.

Interns are expected to work a minimum of two full days from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. (but should understand that longer hours are sometimes required as we work to meet deadlines to close the issue.)

Some duties that will be expected of interns include: conducting phone interviews, transcribing taped interviews, conducting man-on-the street polls, researching, covering red carpet events and press junkets/conferences on behalf of the magazine, taking notes on celebrity TV appearances, and some routine office duties.

Internship is unpaid, and school credit is required.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Brad Witter (brad.witter@usmagazine.com)

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Reporter Interns For NY-Metro Section — International Business Times

Reporter Interns For NY-Metro Section at International Business Times

2011-12-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The International Business Times is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services.
What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.

Job Description

Job Description:
• We are looking for college and college-grad interns who are eager to get daily, hardcore experience as working journalists.
• You will be, or become Web savvy.
• You will learn to be fast and will move as quickly as you are able from simple aggregation duties to reporting and writing breaking and second-day stories.

Our audience is sophisticated and global. We cover all aspect of New York City news and life.


Requirements:
• Must have a desire for journalism
• Some Journalism experience
• Able to write under tight deadlines
• Accuracy a must
• Openness to dynamic schedules
• Must feel comfortable in a start-up environment


College credit may be available


To Apply

The position is NYC-based. Send cover letters, resumes and writing samples to: internships@ibtimes.com. Please indicate you are interested in the NY Metro Section.

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Editorial Intern — Out magazine

Editorial Intern at Out magazine

2011-12-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

A gay and lesbian perspective on style, entertainment, fashion, the arts, politics, culture, and the world at large.

Job Description

Assisting with writing, research and reporting for Out.com and the print magazine as well as other aspects of working on the title. Interns will be writing regularly.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter in the body of your email to adam.rathe@out.com and attach a resume and writing samples.

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Web Editorial Internship at Delish.com — Delish.com/Hearst Corporation

Web Editorial Internship at Delish.com at Delish.com/Hearst Corporation

2011-12-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines and MSN partnered to develop and launch Delish.com, also available at delish.msn.com. The site is owned, built and edited by Hearst Magazines Digital Media and distributed by MSN. Delish.com’s traffic places the site into the top food-related destinations online. Delish is designed for and celebrates the home cook! More than just recipes, Delish is about entertainment and the lifestyle surrounding food.

Job Description

The editorial department at Delish.com, MSN and Hearst Digital Media's food and recipe Web site, is seeking interns to assist in ALL THINGS FOOD: day-to-day research, editing recipes in our content management system, writing and reporting, daily social media activities, promotional tout writing, and brainstorming. The candidate must have a love of food, a familiarity with recipes, an eye for detail, and the ability to work under deadline. Prior web experience is a plus. In exchange for hard work and effort, you will receive exceptional experience and an open door of opportunity at one of the publishing industry’s most influential companies. Hearst Digital Media is willing to work with your schedule, but you must commit to a minimum of 16 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship, for which you must receive school credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to Sara Schwartz (saraschwartz@hearst.com)

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Intern — Cool Hunting

Intern at Cool Hunting

2011-12-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Cool Hunting is synonymous with seeking inspiration—our stories and videos highlight creativity and innovation in design, technology, style, culture, food and travel. With a global team of editors and contributors we create our award-winning publication, consisting of daily updates and weekly mini-documentaries.

Founded in 2003 as a designer's personal reference, we now have an international audience of like-minded creative people who find our content on coolhunting.com and in our iPad app, follow us on sites like Vimeo, Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to our RSS feed and email newsletter.

Job Description

We're looking for interns to help with all aspects of publishing the site.

Ideal internship candidates should have exceptional writing and graphic production skills and a working knowledge of HTML is preferred. Work will be on-site in New York City for a minimum of 20 hours per week.

While intern work includes responsibilities that cross disciplines, we are seeking to fill the following areas:


Editorial: research, copy editing, fact checking and story entry 


Graphics: photo editing, basic info graphics and presentation layouts



To Apply

Applicants should send resume, brief cover letter and clips (if available) to internship [at] coolhunting.com. We can work around class schedules as needed.

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Editorial Intern — Clear Channel Radio National Programming Platforms

Editorial Intern at Clear Channel Radio National Programming Platforms

2011-12-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

With 237 million monthly listeners in the U.S., Clear Channel Radio has the largest reach of any radio or television outlet in America. Clear Channel radio serves 150 cities through 850 owned radio stations and an additional 100 cities and 4,000 stations through its syndicated products. The company's radio stations and content can be heard on AM/FM stations, HD digital radio channels, Sirius/XM satellite, on the Internet at iHeartRadio.com, and on the iHeartRadio mobile application on iPads, HP TouchPads and smartphones, and used via navigation systems from TomTom, Garmin and others. Our app combines the best of both worlds: the nation's top live radio stations and Custom Radio stations, and delivers everything listeners want in one free, fully-integrated service. More than 800 of the nation's most popular live broadcast and digital-only radio stations from 150 cities, plus user-created Custom Stations which provide listeners more songs, better music intelligence, more user control, deeper social integration. The iHeartRadio app has been downloaded over 45 million times.

Job Description

Love music? Passionate about all things pop culture? Interested in digital media?
We’re looking for enthusiastic, talented, hard-working interns to join our small editorial staff this Spring. We’re responsible for creating editorial content that runs across our network of 850 radio station websites, including entertainment and music news, photo galleries, artist and celebrity interviews, weekly and monthly features, live music events and more.
The interns will report directly to the Entertainment Editor.
Responsibilities:
Assist in the production of editorial content for Clear Channel Radio's network of over 850 radio station web sites. This includes writing and publishing original articles, editing and publishing wire copy and headlines, assisting in the creation of editorial packages around breaking news, exclusive content and planned events, research and prep for artist and celebrity interviews and occasional assistance on celebrity and artist interviews, photo shoots and live music events. Additionally the intern will be responsible for weekly music updates and will also have the opportunity to assist the photo department in creating and captioning photo galleries.

Intern must possess solid news judgment and the ability to identify buzzworthy news stories with a particular interest in celebrities, entertainment, music, radio and pop culture.

Qualifications:

Outstanding written, oral communication, and organizational skills

Passionate about pop culture, entertainment, music, and news

Knowledge of and experience using social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook

Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Photoshop and Web publishing tools a MUST

Basic HTML knowledge is preferred but not required

To Apply

Please send cover letter/resume/relevant clips (if available) to CCRDeditorial@gmail.com

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Journalism Intern — Colorlines.com

Journalism Intern at Colorlines.com

2011-11-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Colorlines.com, a daily news and investigative reporting web magazine, is published by the Applied Research Center (ARC), a think tank for media and advocacy on racial justice. Colorlines and ARC are built around aggressive news reporting, rigorous research and the use of interactive technology to build networks. Three times a year, we welcome a journalism intern to contribute to both our news gathering and our long-term research projects. The journalism intern works primarily on Colorlines.com, but may also contribute to ARC's research and network building initiatives.

Job Description

Colorlines.com offers a unique opportunity for hands-on experience with both old fashioned news gathering and a now-essential new media publishing environment. As a lean, ambitious news team, Colorlines cannot afford to have interns dedicated to support work alone; our interns must be reporters, bloggers and multimedia producers! The journalism intern will:

• Report to News Editor and work out of our New York City office.
• Monitor general assignment stories as assigned by editors, keeping the editorial team informed about developments in those stories and pitching new coverage as required.
• Produce three to five blog posts daily, as assigned by editors. Blogging ranges from aggregating and digesting content from around the Web to short original reporting, including reporting for multimedia news features (infographics, interactive elements, videos).
• Produce at least one larger feature story, with a multimedia focus.
• Fact-check investigations and news features, as assigned by editors.
• Support reporters, contributors and ARC researchers on longterm investigative and feature projects.
• Engage Colorlines' social networking and commenting communities, both under the intern's own handle and, as needed, under Colorlines' name.
• Additional duties that may not be related to editorial work, as assigned by editors.

This is an unpaid internship; we will work with students to facilitate school credit. The internship requires a minimum of 12-15 hours per week. The candidate should have a familiarity with and interest in racial justice, both in pubic policy and in the cultural sphere. In addition, the candidate should have the following basic qualifications: strong research and writing skills, at least bachelor's level experience reporting for publication, experience with new media and multimedia platforms (video, social networking, blogging, etc.), ability to work with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds, flexibility and creativity. Multi-lingual skills are a plus.

To Apply

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, December 13 at 5pm ET. Interested? Send a resume, cover letter, two writing samples (at least 1 non-academic) and two references to Jamilah King at jking@arc.org. Please write "Colorlines.com Spring 2012 Journalism Internship" in the headline.

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Intern — Above LIVE

Intern at Above LIVE

2011-11-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Above Live (launching in February 2012) is the first online community dedicated to preserving the endangered beauty of our Earth. Responding to the vital need for sustainable living, Above Live is a platform offering original content as well as a forum for cause-based action and interaction.

We also publish Above Magazine (www.above-magazine.com), a quarterly publication re-launching in February 2012.

Our editorial content covers a broad range of lifestyle topics including: Style, Travel, The Arts, Design, Architecture, Food and more.

Above Live addresses a new kind of lifestyle. Our inspiration lies in the ever-so-diverse beauty of men and women, the preciousness of the earth, and the challenges and opportunities of the future. We are committed to promoting an art of living that improves the environment without depriving daily life of its intrinsic pleasures. Our contributors are among the world’s great photographers and writers who freely showcase here the splendors of a vanishing world and remind us of the immediate, vital, need to safeguard what remains of it.

Job Description

Above Live is seeking highly motivated, entrepreneurial interns with an interest/expertise in written content, video content, social media and ideally all of the above to help us launch our new online enterprise and re-launch our print magazine.
We cover a broad range of lifestyle topics within the realm of sustainability including: Style, Travel, The Arts, Design, Architecture, Food and more.

Responsibilities may include:
- Coordinating video shoots
- Producing articles and blog posts
- Re-editing/re-purposing existing content
- Editing and utilizing content from syndication partners
- Liaising with syndication partners
- Assisting in event production
- Maintaining content on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and YouTube
- General administrative tasks

Required qualifications are an interest in sustainability, excellent writing skills and social media experience.

The following areas of experience would all be considered especially desirable:
- Graphic design
- Video editing
- HTML

To Apply

Please submit a resume, cover letter including availability and a writing sample.

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Editorial Intern — Reader's Digest

Editorial Intern at Reader's Digest

2011-11-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Reader’s Digest is the original content curator and condenser, featuring trusted, time-saving insights. The magazine and website focus on delivering relevant information on topics of interest to modern families: health, food, family, travel and finance expertly curated from hundreds of sources, augmented with original reporting and reader-generated content. Reader’s Digest print magazine reaches 30 million readers per issue with a paid circulation of 5.5 million, plus an additional 1.7 million readers and 450,000 subscribers to the large print edition. The U.S. magazine was the winner in 2009 of the American Society of Magazine Editors’ highest award for General Excellence and is now published on the iPad, Nook, and Kindle as well as the Zinio digital newsstand and in large print form.

Job Description

Reader’s Digest is seeking a few enthusiastic, well-read, and dedicated interns to work side-by-side with staff editors and researchers during the Spring 2012 semester in our Manhattan offices. You will: assist in research for story development; attend editorial meetings; fact check articles; help identify potential reprint articles and new sources for reprints; and assist with a variety of editorial and administrative tasks.

To Apply

Applicants must be enrolled in a college that recognizes internships for credit. Recent grads who are not enrolled will not be considered. Hours are flexible but interns should be able to work a minimum of 2 days or 15 hours per week. If interested, please email Lauren Gniazdowski at maginterns@readersdigest.com with a resume and cover letter that provides a brief description of what you expect to get out of your internship.

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Martha Stewart Living Editorial Internship — Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia

Martha Stewart Living Editorial Internship at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia

2011-11-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Martha Stewart Living is an award-winning monthly lifestyle magazine with a total audience of 11 million. Our core content areas are home & decorating, gardening, food & entertaining, and crafting.

Job Description

Are you passionate about cooking, crafting, or gardening? Martha Stewart Living magazine is looking for a spring editorial intern who knows and loves the Martha Stewart brand. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with strong writing and editing skills. Responsibilities will include:

-Calling in products for beauty and market pages
-Researching, pitching, and writing posts for the magazine’s blogs
-Researching and writing sidebars/shorter items for FOB and BOB pages

Applicants must be able to receive school credit. Interns should be available to work at least three days per week at our West Chelsea office, between January and May 2012. Candidates must have completed their junior year of college or be enrolled in an advanced degree program. A daily stipend will be provided.

To Apply

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to klflanagan@marthastewart.com.

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Entertainment and Features Intern — amNewYork newspaper

Entertainment and Features Intern at amNewYork newspaper

2011-11-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

amNewYork is a daily newspaper serving New York City. Circulation 330,000.

Job Description

amNewYork is looking for an intern to assist in in entertainment and features departments: Buzz (entertainment news), Style (fashion and beauty news), Eat & Drink (restaurants and food features) and Weekend Arts. Duties include covering events in New York City, pitching and writing stories, researching, fact-checking, compiling calendar listings. The internship is part-time, and academic credit is required.

To Apply

Send a cover letter, resume and two clips to Entertainment and Style Editor Julie Gordon at jgordon@am-ny.com.

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The Knot Spring Internship — XO Group (formerly The Knot Inc.)

The Knot Spring Internship at XO Group (formerly The Knot Inc.)

2011-11-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

A lifestage media company.

Job Description

The Knot is looking for spring interns to work on our magazines and websites. You will research stories, interview experts, work with the photo/art department, write sidebars or even entire bylined features, depending on your talent and drive. Administrative tasks will be a big part of your job as well. You will likely have additional opportunities to blog, tweet, and produce slideshows for our online brands (including TheKnot.com, WeddingChannel.com, TheNest.com, and TheBump.com).

You need to be tech- and Internet-savvy, a strong writer, able to handle multiple tasks, reliable, organized, and not afraid to ask questions. You should also be experienced with Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with Adobe InCopy and Photoshop are helpful but not necessary. An interest in weddings, decor, cooking, travel, and/or babies is a plus. Applicants with magazine/website internship experience or college journalism experience are highly preferred. Undergraduate emphasis in journalism, English, or communications is a plus but not required. You must be able to receive course credit. A small stipend will be provided.

To be considered, please make sure your cover letter and resume are attached as a PDF and send to jobs@theknot.com. Put “The Knot Intern Spring 2012” in the subject line and indicate which department you would like to work in (editorial, photo, art, fashion, production, etc.). No phone calls, please.

To Apply

email resume and cover letter to Amanda Black, Editorial Assistant at ablack@theknot.com

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Editorial Intern — Ladies' Home Journal magazine

Editorial Intern at Ladies' Home Journal magazine

2011-11-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Ladies' Home Journal is a unique lifestyle magazine dedicated to the millions of American women who want to look good, do good and feel great. With its award-winning health journalism and positive focus on empowerment, wellness and family, Ladies' Home Journal encourages its reader to bring out the best in herself and others and to play an active role in her community.

Job Description

Responsibilities 
include pitching ideas for the website, researching stories, fact-checking, 
transcribing interviews, corresponding with readers, and occasionally assisting in the fashion and beauty departments. There may also be writing 
opportunities. Our ideal candidate has excellent writing and researching
 skills, and previous journalism experience through internships or work on a
 college newspaper. A positive attitude and passion for magazines is a must!


To Apply

Send your resume and cover letter to Assistant Editor Sonia Harmon at sonia.harmon@meredith.com. Also indicate which days of the week you will be available to work and when you can start. No phone calls please.

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Eye/Memo Pad Intern — Women's Wear Daily

Eye/Memo Pad Intern at Women's Wear Daily

2011-11-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Women's Wear Daily has been the paper of record for the fashion industry for more than 100 years. WWD Style is the paper's daily social/culture/party section.

Job Description

WWD seeks editorial interns for its Style section. Interns split time between the Eye (social and cultural) and Memo Pad (media) columns. Interns assist in office tasks such as transcribing, scheduling and research with an opportunity to earn reporting and writing experience through event coverage. They are also encouraged to develop and pitch features. Knowledge of the fashion world helps, but is not a prerequisite. Though technically unpaid, the position offers a $12.00 per day travel stipend.

To Apply

Please email resume and cover letter to matthew_lynch@condenast.com

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AOL / Huffington Post - Stylelist Beauty Intern — AOL

AOL / Huffington Post - Stylelist Beauty Intern at AOL

2011-11-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

StyleList.com, the No. 1 fashion and beauty site on the web, is looking for a full-time, paid intern.

Our intern will get immediate, hands-on experience writing and producing web content covering fashion, beauty and style.

Training will be provided on AOL’s proprietary publishing system, but some experience creating web pages and using basic HTML and Photoshop is a plus. Must have some editorial experience in print or online, and demonstrable knowledge of fashion and beauty.

This is a fabulous opportunity to join a fast-growing site and a dynamic, fun team. A pro-active, detail-oriented intern will have the opportunity to grow and acquire solid real-world new media and fashion/beauty editorial skills.

Qualifications
•Majoring in Communications, & Journalism preferred
•Superior communications skills, both oral and written
•Well organized, able to multi-task, able to prioritize with minimal direction
•Able to follow up with project partners to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverables, strong organizational skills
•Good oral and written communication skills, fluent in PowerPoint, Excel and Word, basic HTML code experience. Quickly learn how to work with online publishing and photo editing software, work well with data and metrics
•Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
•Beauty writing and event coverage experience; interview skills a plus
•Can work autonomously
•Online media production skills: Photoshop, content management systems, etc
•Great attention to detail
•Overall interest in celebrity beauty, trends and products
•Positive attitude, loves a challenge, able to pitch creatively and execute ideas

Duties/responsibilities would include:
•Contributing beauty-related content to the site
•Transcribing and organizing beauty closet/influx of new products
•Creating slideshows
•Running occasional errands for the department
•Contacting PR contacts for images/press releases
•Possibly attending events in our stead

To Apply

please email your resume to Caitlin.Geraghty@teamaol.com

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NYDailyNews.com Spring Video Intern — NY Daily News

NYDailyNews.com Spring Video Intern at NY Daily News

2011-11-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NY Daily News is the fourth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States.

Job Description

The NYDailyNews.com is looking for interns to join our video department. Applicants will be
journalism, film, or mass communications majors or graduate students seeking experience in a fast-paced, breaking news environment.

You are:
-Curious, creative and eager to explore digital journalism and build your portfolio
-Meticulous, independent and deadline driven
-Can interview, shoot, and edit
-Proficient in Final Cut Pro
-Web-savvy and a newshound

You will:
-Experience shooting and editing for same day turnaround
-Cover all the boroughs of New York City and stories with a wide range of subjects including
feature, politics, breaking news, sports, and celebrities with the opportunity to pitch and cover
your own stories and independent projects

Logistics/ Requirements:
- Internship is for course credit
- Daily lunch / commuting stipend offered
- Minimum of 10 hours per week required; no maximum
- Must be flexible for night and weekend shifts
- Journalism, Film or Communications major required

To Apply

Please submit your cover letter, resume and video/multimedia work samples to Rebecca
Davis - rebeccadavis@nydailynews.com.

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Editorial Intern — Sister 2 Sister magazine

Editorial Intern at Sister 2 Sister magazine

2011-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Sister 2 Sister magazine is an national magazine that focuses in on the worlds of lifestyle and entertainment. For more information, please visit our website: s2smagazine.com

Job Description

Expectations: Assisting editors with duties such as reviewing transcripts and video footage, fact checking, researching, transcribing and reporting. Interns will learn valuable lessons about how a publication is put together, including research, writing, learning how to meet prompt deadlines and how to deliver multimedia content.

Duties:
- Researching and fact-checking for stories
- Review letters to the editor and transcribe letters that will be printed.
- Review transcribed interviews, some transcription as needed.
- Research publications and other resources for possible leads on exciting or
interesting people to feature in Sister 2 Sister’s biographical columns.
- Research to find fresh and exciting entertainment news.
- Answer telephones, take messages, and distribute messages.
- Assist editorial staff as needed.

Interns are expected to work for one full college semester, or for at least eight weeks during summer. Renewal for an additional time period may be approved. Sister 2 Sister requires a minimum of four hours of work per attendance day. We recommend 16 hours per attendance week. Interns must give Sister 2 Sister editors at least one week’s notice of upcoming exams.

Required skills: (1) Computer literacy including mastery of word processing software and ability to access and use the Internet. (2) Excellent grammar, spelling and speaking ability. (3) Evidence of ability to learn excellent writing, editing, and interpersonal relationship skills. (4) Skills in graphics software and Final Cut Pro are a plus.

To Apply

Please email a resume, cover letter and 3 writing samples (at least one must be published) to internships@s2smail.com, with “Interested in Editorial Internship” as the subject line. Also include in the subject line which semester you are applying for (for example, “Summer,” “Fall,” etc.) Writing samples may be provided as links to online published material or as screen shots. Incomplete application packets will not be accepted for consideration.

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iVillage.com Beauty & Style, Food, Home Interns — iVillage.com

iVillage.com Beauty & Style, Food, Home Interns at iVillage.com

2011-11-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

iVillage is the largest content-driven community for women online reaching 30+ million unique visitors per month (comScore). With over four million plus conversations annually and thousands of specific brands talked about weekly, iVillage is at the center of her digital routine. iVillage Inc., is based in New York City, and is part of the NBC Universal Women & Lifestyle Entertainment Networks Group.

Job Description

iVillage is seeking three unpaid interns for the spring semester (January – May 2012) to work in our Food, Home & Garden and Beauty & Style departments. The interns will help with research projects, work in our CMS system to update and edit stories, request products, assist with administrative duties and contribute stories.

Candidates must:
-Have a strong interest in either food, home and garden, or beauty and style. Experience writing about these topics is a plus.
-Be available to work at least two days a week at our New York City office.
-Be enthusiastic, hardworking, organized and detail-oriented.
-CMS experience (with any blogging/web platform) is preferred.

To Apply

To find out more about iVillage Food, please check out ivillage.com/food. To apply, send an email with your resume, cover letter and availability with the subject line “iVillage Food Editor” to ivillagefood@gmail.com

To find out more about iVillage Home & Garden, please check out ivillage.com/home-garden. To apply, send an email with your resume, cover letter and availability with the subject line “iVillage Home & Garden Editor” to ivillagehomeandgarden@gmail.com

To find out more about iVillage Beauty & Style, please check out ivillage.com/beauty-style. To apply, send an email with your resume, cover letter and availability with the subject line “iVillage Beauty & Style Editor” to ivillagebeautyandstyle@gmail.com

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Spring Internship — Billboard

Spring Internship at Billboard

2011-11-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Music industry magazine Billboard, its consumer-facing site Billboard.com, and its business-focused site Billboard.biz are seeking interns for Spring Semester 2012, preferably to start in January 2012.

Job Description

Under the guidance of editors, interns are responsible for researching editorial packages, assisting with online production, and light transcription. Above all, interns have the opportunity to write and report music news, interview artists, review albums and live concerts, etc. This is not a coffee-fetching internship, and Billboard has an excellent track record of hiring former interns. Interns are expected to work 2-5 days a week in our NYC offices. Sadly, this is an unpaid position, so college credit is a must.

Applicants MUST have published experience writing on the topics of music and/or the music industry, as well as an awareness of what’s happening on our famous charts. Fluency in HTML is a MAJOR plus.

To Apply

Send cover letter (in email body), resume, and published writing samples (links, please) to jillian.mapes@billboard.com. Deadline is Dec. 1, 2011.

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Intern — Meredith Video Studios (The Better Show)

Intern at Meredith Video Studios (The Better Show)

2011-10-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Meredith Video Studios is a division of Meredith Corporation that produces Better, a national television program, as well as branded entertainment and internet content for Meredith brands.

Job Description

Meredith Video Studios is a division of Meredith Corporation that produces Better, a national television program, as well as branded entertainment and internet content for Meredith brands.

Our interns have the opportunity to learn how a daily lifestyle show is booked, produced, directed, shot and edited. They assist with all of these tasks and will also have opportunities to work with our marketing and branded entertainment teams, should they choose to do so.

They will learn how to book guests, research guests and topics, prepare folders of information for hosts, greet and assist guests when they arrive, then see the process through from the interview on into editing.

Our interns sometimes work with the production crew, helping with props and working behind-the-scenes in the studio while shows are taped. They often spend time in the control room to learn the technical side of producing a show, as well.

In addition, interns will have the opportunity to go out into the field and assist on shoots with producers, videographers and hosts. Then, they will log tape that is shot during the field shoot.

This is a hands-on internship, during which students will not just observe, but will have the chance to assist with everything we do on a daily basis to put these two shows on the air.

Meredith Video Studios is looking for students who are friendly, organized and eager to learn about television production. Students must have strong writing skills and be willing to take the initiative in making sure they are getting the most out of their internship experience. MVS has a lot to offer, but it’s important for interns to let us know what they would like to focus on or learn more about, so we may cater their work to accommodate these needs.


To Apply

If interested, please contact Anne Ebeling at anne.ebeling@meredith.com with your résumé and a few words telling us why you would like to be a part of our MVS internship program.

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AOL HD Intern — AOL

AOL HD Intern at AOL

2011-10-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

AOL has an immediate opening for an editorial intern in New York. AOL HD, is AOL’s latest effort to distribute content to connected devices, one of the fastest growing consumer electronics segments. Connected devices enable the delivery of online content to traditional consumer electronics such as TVs and Blu-ray players and also includes standalone boxes such as Boxee, Roku, and Apple TV. Our goal is to engage users beyond the PC and bring AOL content into the living room.

Interns will be asked to write and edit descriptive data for our library of videos, research topics and perform other tasks as assigned. This is an ideal opportunity for those interested in new forms of online media distribution and video.

Ideally, interns should have previous writing experience and be creative enough to distill a 30 minute video down to a few compelling sentences. Applicants should be very comfortable with computers, spreadsheets, social networking and online tools. Familiarity with online video and connected devices is a big plus. Role requires 15-20 hours a week.

To Apply

please email your resume to robert.delacruz@teamaol.com

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Huffington Post High School Intern — AOL / Huffington Post

Huffington Post High School Intern at AOL / Huffington Post

2011-10-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

The Huffington Post has an immediate opening for an editorial intern in New York for the new HuffPost High School section, which focuses on teens and the issues that matter to them. We cover high school news, college prep, politics, youth activism, entertainment, fashion, technology and beyond -- all for a teenaged audience.

We're looking for an intern to help regulate our network of 200+ teen bloggers, setting up blogger accounts and doing light copy editing on blog posts. The intern will also be responsible for some writing, fact-checking, monitoring of news stories, and administrative tasks as assigned. For those with a strong interest in reporting on teen issues, this internship is a great opportunity to work with and be published on a major news site.

Interns should have previous editorial experience as well as an active interest in teen culture and online media. Applicants should have strong writing, editing, and research skills (photo-editing skills are a plus!) They should also be social-media saavy -- Twitter and Facebook are an important way for us to connect with our readers! We are looking for an intern to work a minimum of three full days per week, but applicants with full-time availability will be favored. This internship is paid.

To Apply

please email resumes to carolyn.gregoire@huffingtonpost.com

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Huffington Post Impact Intern — AOL

Huffington Post Impact Intern at AOL

2011-10-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States... but big-time things are in the works here. Our already extensive suite of brands now includes industry game-changers such as Huffington Post, Patch, TechCrunch and About.Me. We're working with up-and-coming artists from around the globe to re-invent our brand and help shape the art and design of tomorrow. We're not just embracing the newest online technologies, we are creating them. And at this very moment, we are re-energizing the Web as you know it with the highest quality content possible. Bottom line: We're not your grandma's AOL.

Job Description

The Huffington Post has an immediate opening for a reporting/editorial intern in New York for the Impact vertical, which focuses on reporting and taking action on issues that affect people struggling in America and worldwide. The vertical focuses on social change and crucial domestic issues including homelessness, poverty and other disadvantaged groups.

Interns will be asked to do extensive researching, writing, editing, fact-checking, monitoring of news stories, and other tasks as assigned. For those with a strong interest in reporting and writing about these issues, this internship is a great opportunity to work with and be published on a major mainstream news site.

Ideally, interns should have previous journalism experience as well as an active interest in social change and humanitarian news. Applicants should be familiar with AP style and have strong writing, editing, interviewing and research skills. They should also be familiar with social media sites, including Twitter and Facebook. Some experience with Web production applications is preferred.

This is a paid internship at about 25 hours / week.

To Apply

Email your resume and clips to jessica.prois@huffingtonpost.com

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Intern Report — Fueled

Intern Report at Fueled

2011-10-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Fueled is a New York-based digital development and design firm. Our clients, who we assist in everything from branding to mobile application creation, include Porsche, Jonathan Adler, MTV, and Coca-Cola, as well as a range of high profile start-ups. With an eye for established and developing talent, we've assembled a team of strategists, designers, developers, and creative directors - spread between New York, Chicago, and London - who function as a forward-thinking but highly professional collective.

Job Description

The Fueled team is united by an unwavering passion for quality. We are a team of developers, designers, strategists, and writers passionately pursuing the bleeding, hairsplitting, cutting edge of mobile development. We’re also journalists and bloggers, and we want you to be part of our growing team.

Our marketing team is looking to add a number of intern reporters to its editorial roster. As contributors to sites like the Next Web, Mashable, and UX Magazine, our reach is expansive and hugely beneficial to our reporters. Publication at these sites and our blog has the ability to open doors in both journalism and the technology industry, as our design and development clients - for whom we create web and mobile applications - include Porsche, Gilt City, UrbanDaddy, Proctor & Gamble, Effen Vodka, Malibu Rum, Fashism, and Ducati Motorcycles.

Those interested need not be technology experts; instead, we’re simply looking for talented writers who want to be published and part of a hardworking, fun team of young professionals. Beyond having the opportunity to contribute to our blog and sites with millions of readers, thereby strengthening reporters’ portfolios, the door is open to a range of unique connections - in addition to being writers, as we said, we’re editors, copywriters, developers, designers, and strategists, well-entrenched in the burgeoning entrepreneurial start-up scene here in Manhattan. If you’re a skilled writer looking to expand your creative output, get in touch.

Those interested should send a resume and writing clips to brady@fueled.com. Any form of work is okay - we’re here to launch journalism careers and further those already in place. We’d love to have you visit our Manhattan offices at General Assembly, just north of Union Square, to get a better feel for our environment, then off we’ll go from there.

To Apply

Email a resume and writing samples to brady@fueled.com.

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Bloomberg Print News Internship Program — Bloomberg L.P.

Bloomberg Print News Internship Program at Bloomberg L.P.

2011-10-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Bloomberg News
Bloomberg News has aimed for over 20 years to provide the most influential coverage of money in all of its forms for people with the most at stake. Today, 2,300 news and multimedia professionals in 72 countries publish 6,000 stories a day for over 300,000 terminal clients, Bloomberg Businessweek and online readers, and customers of the 440 publications that print our articles.

Bloomberg News reports on the issues that matter to financial and business professionals - when they happen, from where they happen. If it affects markets, Bloomberg News will be there first, delivering the world's most accurate information in milliseconds, on virtually every stock, bond and economic indicator. Bloomberg News also leads the way in breaking news about mergers and acquisitions and other events that help our readers to stay a step ahead of the markets.

Job Description

The Role
Bloomberg News interns will gain hands-on experience reporting for the print department of one the world's leading financial news services. During the 10 or 12-week program, interns will produce breaking news stories under deadline for our coverage of markets, companies, economies, and governments. Responsibilities may include pitching and writing enterprise stories, conducting exclusive interviews, and collaborating with our other media platforms.
 
All applicants must submit three published samples of work, along with a resume and a cover letter. The interns selected for this role will be based out of New York or another major U.S. city.
 
Qualifications:
-Knowledge of global financial markets, companies and economies
-Prior experience in journalism, preferably in a real-time news environment
-Ability to work within a team under deadline pressure
-Completed at least three years of undergraduate work or equivalent experience
--Available for 10 or 12 weeks, 40 hours per week, from January – April (Winter Internship) OR June – August (Summer Internship)

To Apply

Please apply to the links below based on your availability:
2012 Winter Print News Internship:
http://careers.bloomberg.com/hire/jobs/job31435.html

2012 Summer Print News Internship:
http://careers.bloomberg.com/hire/jobs/job31434.html

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Beauty-Editorial Intern — Allure magazine

Beauty-Editorial Intern at Allure magazine

2011-10-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The only magazine devoted to beauty.

Job Description

We are looking for smart, enthusiastic interns for the fall semester. These interns 
need to be able to work in a fast-paced environment and always have a
 positive attitude. We need them to be extremely organized, pay close
 attention to detail, and work quickly and efficiently. Regular
 responsibilities include calling in products, 
transcribing interviews, researching story ideas, and setting up visuals 
meetings. Please only apply if you are available for at least two full
 days. An interest in beauty products is crucial, and you MUST be able to 
receive a letter or support from your university.

To Apply

If interested, please email a cover letter and resume to renee_trilivas@condenast.com with FALL INTERN in the subject line.

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TV & Web Production Intern — NATURE / WNET

TV & Web Production Intern at NATURE / WNET

2011-10-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NATURE is an Emmy award-winning weekly natural history and wildlife documentary series airing on PBS (www.pbs.org/nature).

New York public media company WNET is a pioneering provider of television and web content. The parent of THIRTEEN and WLIW21, WNET brings such acclaimed broadcast series and websites as Nature, Great Performances, American Masters, Charlie Rose, Secrets of the Dead, Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, Visions, Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, Miffy and Friends, 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.

Job Description

NATURE seeks highly-motivated interns who will provide writing/research, production and administrative support to the production team in the areas of website content and post-production. Responsibilities will include the following: screening films and writing for podcast/website; research into mainly natural history and environmental subjects; fact-checking; assisting the producers for and during editing, audio mixing, voice-over recording sessions and some local NYC shoots; reviewing and time-coding transcripts; on and off-site pick-up/delivery of production materials (for dubbing, format conversion, transcription, etc.); tape library archiving; arranging travel and expense reports; etc.

The intern will be required to work 12-20 hours per week.
Preferred Dates for Fall 2011: ASAP through December 16.
Start and end dates are flexible.

Student Accountability:
The intern will report to a broadcast associate producer and a web producer and will be expected to work with other team members, from a senior producer to the executive producer, to complete assigned tasks.

Educational Requirements/Special Skills:
Students with a strong, proven interest in natural history and/or television and the ability to work in a multi-tasking environment which requires accuracy, organization, research and strong writing skills. Experience with Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, basic HTML, and/or content management systems (CMS) is a plus.

Opportunity Profile:
In addition to gaining the experience of working in a fast-paced television production environment, in which the intern will strengthen his/her planning, organization, research, and team-building skills, he/she will work with experienced producers, contribute to the production of a national television program, and have the opportunity to gain exposure to other departments related to production – publicity, on-air promotions and the web. Intern writers will receive a web production credit on the NATURE website.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and writing sample (1-2 pages, no term papers) to Jayne Jun at JunJ@thirteen.org with subject heading: INTERNSHIP (refer to http://www.pbs.org/nature for writing sample examples). No phone calls or faxes, please. Only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.

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Editorial Internship — Man Of The Hour Magazine

Editorial Internship at Man Of The Hour Magazine

2011-10-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Man Of The Hour is the quintessential reference for emerging generations of men. From business to politics, society to style, entertainment to relationships the magazine takes a contemporary approach to appeal to a diverse readership.

By encompassing an infusion of traditional and modern perspectives with sophisticated well-balanced editorial, and insightful commentary the magazine intrigues, identifies with, and informs its audience by exemplifying the image of today's male-establishing both tradition and trend.

Job Description

Manofthehourmag.com has several openings for 6 month internships (Business/Politics, Sports and Writer-At-Large). This is an excellent opportunity for journalism students interested in a career in online writing and/or editing. Internships are unpaid and we are looking for someone who is available at least 10-12 hours per week. While editorial duties will be scaled to match your skill and academic level, we are looking for interns who have a demonstrated maturity and who a strong interest in men's lifestyle niche.

Responsibilities:
•Assist in the process of developing and presenting all content for assigned pieces in all related sections of the site.
•Providing the creative influence that is congruent with sites focus and target demo.
•Writing specific commentary, features editorial pieces etc.
•Interviewing industry insiders.

To Apply

To apply Applicants should e-mail Cover Letter, resume, and three published clips or writing samples to the Editor-In-Chief: Contact@manofthehourmag.com

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Editorial Intern at 1stdibs.com — 1stdibs.com

Editorial Intern at 1stdibs.com at 1stdibs.com

2011-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

1stdibs is an online luxury marketplace offering the best in antiques, 20th-century design, jewelry, vintage fashion and fine art. The company produces an online magazine called Introspective that lives on its homepage.

Job Description

1stdibs is looking for one full-time or two part-time interns to join its editorial department in New York City this fall, starting mid September. Interns will help the editors in all aspects of the editorial process, and some responsibilities include story research and fact-checking, photo research, writing photo captions and transcribing interviews. The ideal applicant is a web-savvy self-starter who’s passionate about design, fashion, and art. Candidates should have some journalism and/or web experience and excellent writing abilities.

To Apply

If interested, email a resume and cover letter (in the body of an email) to stephanie@1stdibs.com.

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MetroFocus — WNET

MetroFocus at WNET

2011-09-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WNET is the premier public media provider of the New York City metropolitan area and parent company of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21. WNET also hosts the digital services THIRTEEN HD, KidsTHIRTEEN, WLIW Create, WLIW World, THIRTEEN on Demand, THIRTEEN Kids on Demand, and V-me; as well as an ever-expanding range of websites, including thirteen.org, wliw21.org, and Thirteen EdOnline.

Job Description

ABOUT METROFOCUS:

Produced by WNET Interactive, MetroFocus is a web- and TV- magazine that covers news, culture and life in the NYC region. MetroFocus launched in summer 2011 first as a website, out of which will evolve in late 2011 a regular half-hour local television broadcast on WNET Channel 13 and WLIW Channel 21. MetroFocus is the first dual platform production of WNET Interactive, a new division of WNET New York Public Media, the pioneering provider of public television and web content.

With a public media sensibility and commitment of purpose, MetroFocus fills the gaps left by both the local news shows on commercial TV and by many of NYC’s niche local sites to bring the biggest media market in the country the quality of local content it deserves.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Immediate opportunities are available on a rolling basis for interns to support the MetroFocus website and TV show. We are seeking students who are working towards a college degree in liberal arts, journalism, business, digital media, web production, communications or a related field.

Ideal candidates will have a strong academic record; excellent communication skills; meticulous attention to detail; willingness to do administrative tasks; the ability to juggle multiple duties; and a passionate interest in NYC news, policy issues, culture and public media.

We are looking for people who will be flexible and hardworking as roles and responsibilities evolve over time.

RESPONSIBILITITES

Interns will be expected to keep abreast of current events and news, pitch story ideas and events for inclusion in the website, “cover” specific blogs and pitch original contributions to the site that they can write or produce. Interns may also assume specific specialized assignments depending on length of internship and strengths and talents of each candidate:

Articles: Research, fact-check, copyedit and write stories for publication (Required: superior writing, usage, storytelling and reporting skills)
Video: Assist in video production: shoot and edit video (Required: Proficiency in shooting video and Final Cut Pro video-editing skills)
Photography: Track down photos, use Photoshop, create photo-galleries and slideshows. (Required: Proficient in Photoshop)
Business development: Research and prepare meetings and follow up for potential content and marketing partners (Required: Superior interpersonal skills, proficiency in PowerPoint)
Social media/PR: Assist with public relations events and social media outreach and success. (Required skills: Advanced knowledge of Twitter, Facebook and other social media and familiarity with various evolving platforms to track social media reach: e.g. Bit.ly, Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, SocialFlow, Backtype, Klout, Score.ly)

All interns also provide other manners of production support, including:

Conducting business development outreach and follow up to outside organizations and media companies for content sharing and marketing cross-promotion.
Coordinating PR events.
Performing other production operations, story research and reporting under the direction of the Executive Producer/Editor-in-Chief or other key staff.

Essential skills and qualifications for all interns include:

Strong interpersonal skills, including ease and professionalism on the phone and in person. Candidates must feel comfortable cold-calling people inside and outside the company for information.
Solid knowledge of grammar, punctuation and the basics of reporting, fact checking and journalistic ethics and standards.
Excellent written communications and business etiquette. Proficiency in MS Office: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and in Outlook calendar management.

Familiarity with WordPress
Basic understanding of evolving web, social media and SEO best practices

To Apply

To apply, candidates should send resume and cover letter. Email responses should list the title of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. Please do not send links to online resumes.

Please use your engaging cover letter to give us a sense of which of the various areas of specialization outlined above would best suit your strengths, aptitude and interests (Articles, Video, Photography, Business Development, Social media/PR.) You may include links to your writing clips, video work, or website as desired.

WNET New York Public Media

825 Eighth Avenue

New York, NY 10019-7435

E-mail: internships@wnet.org

Qualified candidates only; no phone calls please. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

WNET IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

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Radio News Intern — CBS News

Radio News Intern at CBS News

2011-08-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

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.

Job Description

CBS News is seeking a fall 2011 intern for Radio News. Interests in broadcast journalism, especially radio, a must. Intern should have basic knowledge of computers and be self-starters. Intern should also have a fundamental concept of reporting and research. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students are eligible. Participants must have good computer skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities and knowledge of current events. A 3.0 GPA or above is recommended. This is an unpaid internship. The student is required to get college credit.

To Apply

To apply, please email your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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editorial intern — Men's Fitness/Muscle and Fitness/Flex magazines

editorial intern at Men's Fitness/Muscle and Fitness/Flex magazines

2011-08-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

American Media is a national magazine publisher with titles including Men's Fitness, Muscle and Fitness, Shape, and Star.

Job Description

Do you love working out, sports, food, the outdoors, tech, and pop culture? Do you want an internship where you’ll get real world magazine experience—and have a lot of fun while learning what it takes to put a magazine together.

Men’s Fitness magazine, Muscle and Fitness magazine, and Flex are looking for upbeat, hard-working, eager, ambitious editorial interns for the fall and spring semesters. This is not your standard filing and coffee grabbing internship. Our interns become an integral part of our staff. You’ll write, pitch stories, do interviews, research—everything full-time editors do.

Applicants must be available to work at least 2-3 days a week in our editorial offices (near Wall Street). Positions are unpaid and do require some more traditional intern duties, such as transcribing interviews.

To Apply

To apply, please email Brian Good at bgood@amilink.com, subject: “editorial intern.” Please include a resume, clips, and a description of what makes you an ideal intern candidate.

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Editorial Department Intern Out Magazine New York — Here Media

Editorial Department Intern Out Magazine New York at Here Media

2011-08-25 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Here Media is a media and entertainment company targeting the LGBT audience. Here Media's brands include, Out, The Advocate, gay.com, shewired.com, and Here TV. Our offices are in Los Angeles and New York.

Job Description

The most qualified applicants will be students with a career focus in journalism and new media, with interest and skills in the print and digital medium.

Interns will have the opportunity to sit-in on weekly brainstorming meetings, participate in a major website redesign, and work directly with experienced writers and editors. Interns will be asked to pitch, write, and edit stories and blog posts as well as assist with updating and maintaining the site. Interns will also be asked to help create video content such as celebrity, fashion and music interviews.

Intern Requirements: High-energy results-oriented personality; superior organization with attention to detail and ability to prioritize; strong work ethic; excellent communication skills both oral and written; strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint; excellent time management skills; passion for creativity and team work; passion for new media

To Apply

email: jobs@heremedia.com

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Video Intern — Maxim

Video Intern at Maxim

2011-08-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Maxim Magazine

Job Description

Maxim.com seeks video intern with skills in both shooting and editing. Motion graphics are a plus.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, editing, shooting, lighting, motion graphics, managing tape libraries, backing up files, locating digital assets, burning DVDs, offloading to Beta.

Must know Final Cut Pro, but After Effects and Photoshop are welcomed additional skills. Candidate must be able to receive school credit at an accredited institution.

To Apply

Please send resume and links to work to Jon Groat, Director of Video at jgroat@maxim.com

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Editorial Internship — Surface Magazine

Editorial Internship at Surface Magazine

2011-08-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

For 15 years, readers have turned to Surface for creative inspiration, coverage of the burgeoning design world, and profiles of the emerging designers and provocative projects that are reshaping the creative landscape. With this ability to identify and collaborate with undiscovered talent.from furniture makers to fashion designers.the magazine acts as a cultural barometer of global style in all its forms. With an international team headquartered in New York, the magazine is constantly expanding its ability to identify, celebrate and support the artists and ideas that connect the present with the future. Surface is the definitive American source for engaging, curated content covering all that is inventive and compelling in the design world. Surface is published six times a year and is published by The Interior Design Media Group of Sandow Media LLC.

Job Description

Surface magazine, a New York-based architecture, design, and fashion bi-monthly, is seeking a bright undergraduate or graduate student with good research, reporting, and writing skills. A strong background in editing and/or writing is required; journalism and English majors are preferred. A knowledge of--or, at least, passion for--architecture and design is a plus, as is an interest in magazines. The position is unpaid and the intern is expected to work two to three days a week. Must be able to receive school credit. Some flexibility is possible to accommodate holidays and class schedules. Location is our office in New York.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail a cover letter, resume, and a couple of writing samples to editorial@surfacemag.com. All filenames should include your first and last name. The most promising candidates will be contacted for an interview. The editorial intern will work from September through December.

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Editorial Internship — Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

Editorial Internship at Us Weekly Magazine (Wenner Media)

2011-08-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Us Weekly is a division of Wenner Media LLC (publisher of Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, and Us Weekly magazines), covering celebrity and entertainment news. The print edition has an average of 13.1 million readers per week.

Job Description

Us Weekly is currently looking for well-qualified individuals to intern in the editorial department of the magazine's New York headquarters. Interns must be highly-motivated, organized, upbeat and responsible individuals with an interest in celebrity news and pop culture.

Interns are expected to work a minimum of two full days from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. (but should understand that longer hours are sometimes required as we work to meet deadlines to close the issue.)

Some duties that will be expected of interns include: conducting phone interviews, transcribing taped interviews, conducting man-on-the street polls, researching, covering red carpet events and press junkets/conferences on behalf of the magazine, taking notes on celebrity TV appearances, and some routine office duties.

Internship is unpaid, and school credit is available but not required.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Brad Witter (brad.witter@usmagazine.com)

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Editorial Intern — Scholastic Parent & Child magazine

Editorial Intern at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine

2011-08-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The mission of Scholastic Parent & Child magazine is to provide the most relevant content to moms with children from birth to 12 years old. We focus on the most important topics to working, busy moms: development, well-being, health, activities, travel, fashion, and food. All of the editorial content in Scholastic Parent & Child is true to life, giving moms answers to their most important questions while also bringing an element of joy to parenting.

Job Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine is looking for an intern to work in our Soho office 2-3 days a week this fall. Our interns are an important part of the editorial team and contribute to the print magazine, website and iPad app. We’re looking for someone who is enthusiastic, detail-oriented, organized and hard-working. Duties include interviewing celebrities for our website, requesting and tracking product samples, conducting story research, attending photo shoots or press events as needed, and providing general administrative support. This internship is a great way to prepare yourself for a future role as an editorial assistant. Must receive school credit.

To Apply

Please email resume and a brief cover letter to ecallahan@scholastic.com

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Online Editorial Intern — Budget Travel Magazine

Online Editorial Intern at Budget Travel Magazine

2011-08-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BudgetTravel.com is the ultimate resource for the world's savviest travelers. It provides smart consumers with practical and timely tips and tools, uncovering the best under-the-radar discoveries and showing just how any destination can be made accessible.

BudgetTravel.com also provides users with exclusive Real Deals which can be sorted and searched by destination, gateway city, price point, interests, and more.

BudgetTravel.com is owned by IntelliTravel Media, Inc., along with Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel magazine. Budget Travel is published monthly (except for combined issues in December/January and July/August).

Job Description

BudgetTravel.com has an opening for a fall editorial internship. This is an excellent opportunity for journalism students interested in a career in online writing and/or editing. Internships are unpaid and we are looking for someone who is available at least 12 hours per week. While editorial duties will be scaled to match your skill and academic level, we are looking for interns preferably at the graduate level who have a demonstrated maturity and who are familiar with the travel space and/or online media.

Requirements:
• attentiveness to detail
• ability to meet deadlines while working independently
• experience in Internet research
• course work in journalism, or a demonstrated commitment to journalism in one's extra-curricular time
• published clips and Web experience with a "practical-advice-oriented" journalism focus are a plus, but not required
• experience with HTML and with a content management system a plus, but not required
• familiarity with basic PC or Mac tools, such as MS Word
•passion for travel

Responsibilities include the following:
• learning our social media and content management systems to appropriately tag and organize our online content at budgettravel.com
• spot photography for our blog, hotels, and articles coverage, online and in print, and writing short posts for our blog, This Just In (http://current.newsweek.com/budgettravel/)
• creating at least one Web-only editorial project
• participation in editorial meetings
• administrative tasks, as needed, that require editorial judgment
•responding to reader questions
•writing opportunities for the right candidate

There are no opportunities for paid internships. We cannot help you obtain local housing. Our offices are located at 530 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10018.

To Apply

Please send your résumé and cover letter to BTresumes@budgettravel.com.

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Seventeen Magazine Photo Intern — Seventeen Magazine

Seventeen Magazine Photo Intern at Seventeen Magazine

2011-08-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Seventeen is an American magazine for teenagers.

Job Description

Photo responsibilities include photo research, location scouting, finding props for shoots, calling vendors, and assisting the Photo Editor and Photo Director. Interns should be responsible, have a strong work ethic, be able to work independently, and be incredibly detail oriented. They should be comfortable and effective communicating over the phone, in person, and via e-mail. Prior office and magazine experience is a plus. Photography or Art majors preferred.

Candidates must be in the NYC area, enthusiastic, proactive, able to receive school credit and available two more days per week.

To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to Anna Marina Karadimas, Photo Assistant at Akaradimas@hearst.com.

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Intern — Hearst Corporation

Intern at Hearst Corporation

2011-08-12 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Harper's Bazaar

Job Description

Harper’s Bazaar is looking for two or three editorial interns to work in the Features department starting immediately. The job responsibilities include researching entertainment and culture-related stories; maintaining a frequently updated culture list; helping to develop content for future issues; transcribing interviews; keeping track of packages received, and performing some administrative tasks.

Ideally looking for students who can work two full days a week. The position is unpaid, and you must receive college credit for the internship.

To Apply

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and no more than three samples of your writing to Magazineinternship@hearst.com.

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Esquire Fall Online Internship — Esquire magazine

Esquire Fall Online Internship at Esquire magazine

2011-08-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Esquire is a magazine owned by Hearst Magazines.

Job Description

Esquire magazine is looking for two part-time interns to join its online department in New York City this fall, starting late August or early September. This is a very hands-on job—interns will help the web editors report, write, edit, photo-research, and produce stories. The ideal applicant is a web-savvy self-starter who’s passionate about all things politics, pop culture, media, and style. Candidates should have some journalism and/or web experience and excellent writing abilities. This is an unpaid internship, and interns must receive college credit. Additionally, one of the interns should be more style-focused, so an interest in fashion is a plus.

If interested, send a cover letter (in the body of the email), resume, and at least three clips to pschrodt@hearst.com by no later than August 10. Please write "Fall Internship" in the subject line.

To Apply

If interested, send a cover letter (in the body of the email), resume, and at least three clips to pschrodt@hearst.com. Please write "Fall Internship" in the subject line.

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Wed Editorial Intern at Delish.com — Delish.com/Hearst Corporation

Wed Editorial Intern at Delish.com at Delish.com/Hearst Corporation

2011-08-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Hearst Corporation is a privately held American-based media conglomerate based in the Hearst Tower in New York City, USA. Founded by William Randolph Hearst as an owner of newspapers, the company's holdings now include a wide variety of media. The Hearst family is involved in the ownership and management of the company.

Job Description

The editorial department at Delish.com, MSN and Hearst Digital Media's food and recipe Web site, is seeking interns to assist in ALL THINGS FOOD:
• day-to-day research
• editing recipes in our content management system
• reporting and writing
• daily social media activities
• brainstorming.

The candidate must have a love of food, a familiarity with recipes, an eye for detail, and the ability to work under deadline. Prior web experience is a plus. In exchange for hard work and effort, you will receive exceptional experience and an open door of opportunity. Hearst Digital Media is willing to work with your schedule, but you must commit to a minimum of 16 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship, for which you must receive school credit.

To Apply

Please send a resume, cover letter, and any writing samples to:
Sara Schwartz, Editor at Delish.com
saraschwartz@hearst.com

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Fall Online Editorial Intern — Housebeautiful.com, Hearst

Fall Online Editorial Intern at Housebeautiful.com, Hearst

2011-08-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

House Beautiful is the home design magazine that puts the reader and their lifestyle, tastes, and dreams first. We believe everyone has a beautiful house in them and know that only you can make yours beautiful.

Job Description

HouseBeautiful.com is seeking an online editorial intern for the Fall semester. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: generating story ideas; building and writing flipbooks; photo and editorial research; blogger and site outreach; and much more. Blogging, html, and Photoshop experience preferred but not required.

The internship is for 2-3 days a week, and you must be able to receive school credit. Please send resume and cover letter to hbusocial@hearst.com

To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to hbusocial@hearst.com

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Editorial Intern (Fall) — The Village Voice

Editorial Intern (Fall) at The Village Voice

2011-08-09 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

When it was founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer in October of 1955, the Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing more than fifty years ago.

The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes, the National Press Foundation Award and the George Polk Award, the Voice has earned a reputation for its groundbreaking investigations of New York City politics, and as the premier expert on New York's cultural scene. Writing and reporting on local and national politics, with opinionated arts, culture, music, dance, film and theater reviews, daily web dispatches and comprehensive entertainment listings, the Voice is the authoritative source on all that New York has to offer. In addition, the Voice’s daily-updated Web site www.villagevoice.com has twice been recognized as one of the nation’s premier online sites for journalistic quality and local content. The site is a past winner of both the National Press Foundation's Online Journalism Award and the Editor and Publisher Eppy Award for Best Overall US Weekly Newspaper Online.

Job Description

Tell New Yorkers where to go and what to do in the city each week as an intern in the Village Voice's calendar department for the fall semester. Duties include pitching ideas to the editors of the calendar section, fact-checking event listings, researching events at various venues, writing brief event descriptions for our website, and contributing short weekly entertainment pieces (which do pay a little) to our Voice Choices section in print.

To Apply

Please e-mail a cover letter, résumé, and writing samples (if you have them) to Angela Ashman at aashman@villagevoice.com.

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Intern at CBS News — CBS News

Intern at CBS News at CBS News

2011-08-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS News is the news and information arm of CBS Corporation, dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continues to set in today's digital age. Headquartered in New York, CBS News includes bureaus across the globe and influential, critically acclaimed programs that provide newsmaking features and interviews, investigative reports, analysis and breaking news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, utilizing a multi-platform model for news distribution across television, radio, the internet and hand-held devices.

Job Description

The CBS News Internship Program is an educational program designed for students interested in pursuing a career in journalism, broadcasting or communication.

Assignments vary day-to-day. Interns can expect to log tapes, coordinate script, research stories, conduct preliminary interviews, assist during shoots, select footage, perform light clerical duties and assist staff members.

To Apply

Fill out an application form and send in your resume and a letter of recommendation. Here’s a link where students can download an application and learn more about the program: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/04/26/broadcasts/main613839.shtml

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Fall Editorial Internship — Country Living magazine

Fall Editorial Internship at Country Living magazine

2011-08-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 20 U.S. titles and more than 300 international editions. The Company also publishes 24 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Hearst Magazines UK.

Job Description

Country Living is looking for two editorial interns with an interest in
arts and crafts,interior design, travel, and food to work in the features
department this fall (Sept to Jan). The job responsibilities include:
researching story topics; helping to develop content for future issues;
calling in samples; transcribing interviews; and performing some
administrative tasks. Students who can work three days a week (20 hours per
week) will be given priority, but we can be flexible for an especially
strong candidate. The position is unpaid, and you must receive college
credit for the internship.

To Apply

Please send resumes and a cover letter to Marly Fink at mfink@hearst.com.

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Science Journalism Internship — BioTechniques

Science Journalism Internship at BioTechniques

2011-08-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BioTechniques: The International Journal of Life Science Methods is published by Informa plc, a major force in science publishing. Our aim is to provide authoritative research and analysis, up-to-the-minute news, comment and debate for all sectors of the Healthcare and Life Sciences community. We serve the commercial needs of business leaders, the research needs of the scientific community and the 'good practice' needs of healthcare professionals.

Job Description

Are you thinking about a career in science journalism but are not sure where to start? BioTechniques, a globally circulated life science publication that reaches an audience of more than 80,000 scientists, is currently seeking a science writing intern to develop and write news stories and feature articles for the online portion of the publication. This science writing internship provides a unique opportunity to learn about and participate in the creation of multimedia news content from inception to publication. Upon completion of this internship, you will have generated a professional science journalism portfolio consisting of news stories and feature articles published at BioTechniques.com, obtained a strong understanding of the latest cutting-edge research occurring in the life sciences, and developed numerous contacts within the greater biology community. The proposed length of the internship is four (4) months. Previous interns have gone on to full-time employment as well as highly respected graduate programs in science journalism.

To Apply

To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples to:

Andrew S. Wiecek
52 Vanderbilt Ave., 16th floor
New York, NY 10017
andrew.wiecek@informausa.com
646.957.8896

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Editorial Intern — American Baby, Meredith Corporation

Editorial Intern at American Baby, Meredith Corporation

2011-08-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Meredith, a media and marketing company, publishes national magazines including Parents, American Baby, Better Homes & Gardens, Ladies' Home Journal, Fitness, Family Circle and MORE, as well as 150 special interest publications, five Spanish-language titles and books.

Job Description

American Baby magazine, published by Meredith, is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic editorial intern for the fall 2011 semester. This position will provide an exciting opportunity to work one-on-one with editors while assisting with research, fact-checking, some writing and Web projects. Intern will attend staff meetings and press events, and have the opportunity to assist on photo shoots.

To Apply

Please email your resume and cover letter to michaela.garibaldi@meredith.com. Writing samples are also encouraged, but not required.

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Brides.com and Brides Local Magazine Photo and Art Intern — Conde Nast

Brides.com and Brides Local Magazine Photo and Art Intern at Conde Nast

2011-07-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The photo and art department of Brides.com and Brides Local Magazines (Condé Nast’s sixteen regional bridal publications) is looking for an intern for the Fall 2011 semester.

Job Description

The photo and art department of Brides.com and Brides Local Magazines (Condé Nast’s sixteen regional bridal publications) is looking for an intern for the Fall 2011 semester.

Duties include assisting with photo research, image processing for the website, creating blog images, sending contracts and issues to contributors, maintaining the image server, and general administrative tasks.

We are looking for someone who is creative, energetic, and detail-oriented. This is a great opportunity for a self-starter to learn the ins-and-outs of producing both a magazine and website. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and the Microsoft Office Suite is a must. This is a for-credit internship with a small travel stipend. The ideal candidate’s schedule will allow for two to three days in the office a week. (No more than 20 hours a week to meet NYU policies.)



To Apply

Please email applications to Mallory_toombs@condenast.com with Photo Intern in the subject line.

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Editorial Internship — VIBe Magazine

Editorial Internship at VIBe Magazine

2011-07-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The magazine, which covers urban music and lifestyle, includes various brand extension platforms such as VIBE Vixen, VIBE Online, VIBE On Demand, VIBE on Film and MVibe.

Job Description

Fall 2011, VIBe Internship
This is an opportunity to strengthen your resume!
Tasks & Responsibilities:
Learn how to write breaking news stories for VIBE.com
Handle administrative duties / paperwork / organization i.e. Faxing, distributing mail and reading letters from readers
Brainstorm ideas for VIBE and VIBE.com
Perform research for stories
Attend entertainment events and parties for red carpet reporting
Transcribe interviews with celebrities

Qualifications (The ideal VIBE intern is...)
Self-motivated and very willing to learn
Proactive and has a thirst for knowledge and passion for the world of media
Currently enrolled in Journalism, English, Writing or Media related program
Willing to work at least 2 days in our Harlem office and provide their own laptop
Social media skills are a plus. Some interns run and interact with fans on VIBE’s Twitter and Facebook accounts

To Apply

Please submit resume to:
asaez@vibe.com, no phone calls or drop offs, please

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Production Internship Fall 2011 — Inside Edition

Production Internship Fall 2011 at Inside Edition

2011-07-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Inside Edition is a daily, half hour, nationally syndicated news magazine that focuses on national issues; medical, health, human interest and animal stories; and backstage reports from the entertainment industry. Inside Edition also offers exclusive newsmaker interviews and investigative reports.

Job Description

As a production intern, daily duties involve:
-Making phone calls
-Story research
-Retrieving show ratings, tips, emails, etc
-Assisting field crew and reporters on shoots
-Assisting producers and story coordinators on story developments
-Hands on involvement in the daily taping of Inside Edition

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to:

Darrell Cunningham
Internship Coordinator
Inside Edition
555 West 57th Street
Suite 1300
New York, NY 10019

dcunningham@kingworld.com

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Editorial internship — Newsday.com

Editorial internship at Newsday.com

2011-07-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

One of the nation's leading newspaper websites, located in the New York metropolitan area.

Job Description

The editorial internship is intensely hands-on, and a number of previous interns have been hired as full-time employees. You will be publishing stories, photos, polls and other multimedia extras; writing blog posts; working on social media outreach; and coordinating with reporters, editors and others to keep fresh content flowing to the site. You may also be assigned to write stories and assist with breaking news. You will also assist in the production of longer-term multimedia projects. Previous projects have included multi-part articles, a special report on Alzheimer's and a comprehensive voters' guide. Interns may also be assigned to work specifically on the Long Island news section of the site, or Towns (community journalism), Sports, Entertainment or ExploreLI (our local destination and event-based section). Editorial interns report to Newsday's Melville office and must receive school credit.

To Apply

If you are interested in applying, e-mail your resume to Rachel Senatore, rachel.senatore@newsday.com. For the 2011 fall semester, please submit your application by August 5th, 2011.

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Multimedia internship — newsday.com

Multimedia internship at newsday.com

2011-07-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

One of the nation's leading newspaper websites, located in the New York metropolitan area.

Job Description

The multimedia internship requires candidates to live locally and have full access to a car. Interns report to Newsday's Melville office and are often out covering assignments for the Web site. The ideal candidate would be familiar with the principles of video editing and shooting video for a news website. Interns will have the opportunity to produce non-linear pieces for newsday.com, as well as shoot spot news and feature pieces for the Web. Multimedia interns must receive school credit.

To Apply

If you are interested in applying, e-mail your resume to Rachel Senatore, rachel.senatore@newsday.com. For the 2011 fall semester, please submit your application by August 5th, 2011.

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Fall Editorial Internship with Psychology Today — Psychology Today

Fall Editorial Internship with Psychology Today at Psychology Today

2011-07-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Psychology Today is devoted exclusively to everybody's favorite subject: ourselves. Founded in 1967, Psychology Today covers all aspects of human behavior and mental health, from the workings of the mind to the bonds between people and the larger cultural forces that drive our most intimate decisions. The bimonthly magazine reaches about 3 million readers.

Job Description

Psychology Today
Fall Internships
Psychology Today has an excellent opportunity for a few smart and talented editorial interns at our office in New York. We are a small staff, so you'll be a key member of the team. Duties include working closely with editors on story research and special projects, light clerical work, web-related work including HTML and data loading, and proofing copy. Interns also pitch story ideas and write articles for the magazine. They typically receive two or three bylines per issue, and some have written one- or two-page stories. Background in psychology not mandatory, but a plus. We're looking for interns who can write clear and engaging prose and have a real interest in human behavior. Must be able to juggle several tasks at once and work autonomously. Position runs August/September through December, three or more days a week. Position includes a small daily stipend.
To apply, send resume, cover letter, and two clips to Andi Bartz at andi@psychologytoday.com by Friday, July 22.

To Apply

To apply, send resume, cover letter, and two clips to Andi Bartz at andi@psychologytoday.com by Friday, July 22.

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Fashion Editorial Junior Team Member — StyleCaster

Fashion Editorial Junior Team Member at StyleCaster

2011-07-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

StyleCaster Media Group creates and distributes the most engaging content in women’s lifestyle. Launched to the public in June 2009, StyleCaster provides consumers, advertisers with content and advertising solutions across premium sites. TechCrunch has called StyleCaster “a one stop shop for fashionistas,” and AOL named it one of the five best startups of 2009. On our sites users engage with premium content and passionate communities in fashion, beauty, music, and other areas of interest.

Job Description

StyleCaster needs enthusiastic Junior Team Members (JTMs) to assist the Editorial Content team in our offices, located in Midtown Manhattan.

Responsibilities include writing, editing, and pitching stories daily for the online newsroom. Prior writing experience or a journalism background is preferred. Candidates should be available at least 2 days a week.

Applicants should have knowledge of the fashion media industry and a love for all things fashion. They should be creative, hardworking, detail oriented, and ready to bring new ideas to the internship.

StyleCaster does not require interns receive academic credit, and fashion magazine experience is not an absolute requirement. This internship is an amazing opportunity to work alongside industry leaders on a revolutionary concept in the fashion world that surpasses the basics of an online fashion magazine.

To apply for the internship, please send your resume to intern@stylecaster.com with “Editorial JTM” in the subject line.
We are always accepting applications all year round!

Be sure to visit us at StyleCaster.com!
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/stylecaster

To Apply

To apply for the internship, please send your resume to intern@stylecaster.com with “Editorial JTM” in the subject line.
We are always accepting applications all year round!

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Fall 2011 Editorial Junior Team Member — StyleCaster

Fall 2011 Editorial Junior Team Member at StyleCaster

2011-07-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

StyleCaster Media Group creates and distributes the most engaging content in women’s lifestyle. Launched to the public in June 2009, StyleCaster provides consumers, advertisers with content and advertising solutions across premium sites. TechCrunch has called StyleCaster “a one stop shop for fashionistas,” and AOL named it one of the five best startups of 2009. On our sites users engage with premium content and passionate communities in fashion, beauty, music, and other areas of interest.

Job Description

StyleCaster needs enthusiastic Junior Team Members (JTMs) to assist the Editorial Content team in our offices, located in Midtown Manhattan.

Responsibilities include writing, editing, and pitching stories daily for the online newsroom. Prior writing experience or a journalism background is preferred. Candidates should be available at least 2 days a week.

Applicants should have knowledge of the fashion media industry and a love for all things fashion. They should be creative, hardworking, detail oriented, and ready to bring new ideas to the internship.

StyleCaster applicants are not required to receive credit, and fashion magazine experience is not an absolute requirement. This internship is an amazing opportunity to work alongside industry leaders on a revolutionary concept in the fashion world that surpasses the basics of an online fashion magazine.

Be sure to visit us at StyleCaster.com!
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/stylecaster

To Apply

To apply for the internship, please send your resume to intern@stylecaster.com with “Editorial JTM” in the subject line.
We are always accepting applications all year round!

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Fall Internship — Celebuzz.com, BUZZMEDIA

Fall Internship at Celebuzz.com, BUZZMEDIA

2011-06-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Celebuzz.com is an innovative celebrity and entertainment news website with a focus on Young Hollywood. Celebuzz is a part of BUZZMEDIA, a leading media company. Other BUZZMEDIA brands include Videogum, Idolator, Buzznet, Stereogum, The Frisky, Socialite Life, Go Fug Yourself and Concrete Loop.

Job Description

Celebuzz.com is looking for Fall semester interns for our New York office. Ideal candidates should have a strong interest in writing, reporting and entertainment news. Tasks will include helping editors research posts, attending events, conducting interviews and writing short posts. Schedules are flexible but candidates will be required to work a minimum of 12 hours a week.

To Apply

Applicants can email their CVs to Maria Mercedes Lara at mlara@buzz-media.com. Writing clips and links to personal blogs are not required but they are strongly encouraged.

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Editorial Intern — About.com

Editorial Intern at About.com

2011-06-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New York Times Company, a leading media company with 2010 revenues of $2.4 billion, includes The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, The Boston Globe, 15 other daily newspapers and more than 50 Web sites, including NYTimes.com, Boston.com and About.com. The Company’s core purpose is to enhance society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news, information and entertainment.

Job Description

Position: Editorial Intern

Responsibilities:
About.com is looking for an editorial intern for the summer of 2011. The intern will work with channel editors across About.com to learn the basics of web publishing by getting hands-on experience. Specific tasks include working with editors on the following:

- Hone your editorial judgment by selecting content to showcase and writing compelling headlines and blurbs for content. Learn how to find and choose stock photography using resources such as Getty Images.

- Learn how to spot qualified writing candidates and weed out low-quality ones.

- Practice the basics of blogging by writing posts for selected sites on a variety of topics.

- Learn how to build editorial packages by selecting content and writing copy for editorial specials and "super sites" covering a variety of topics, including health and parenting. This will include writing and making editorial decisions.
- Gain an understanding of the competitive landscape in online publishing. Use your understanding of the web and social media to help editors do competitive analysis and identify opportunities to increase inbound links.

- Gain exposure to social media by helping monitor and moderate topic-focused Facebook pages and Twitter accounts.

- Understand the role of metrics in web publishing. Get experience analyzing site metrics to make decisions about future coverage. This will include using analytical thinking skills to make decisions.

- Get experience using a proprietary content management system to update and edit existing content and do other basics of site maintenance.

- Summer interns are eligible to attend intern training and networking events organized by The New York Times Co.

Qualifications:
Interns must be eligible to receive academic credit and should be available at least 15 hours a week.
Strong proofreading and writing skills required
Candidate must be familiar with website navigation.
Experience writing for the web (beyond personal sites or blogs) is preferred
Experience with a content management system for web publishing is preferred
Must be able to work independently and prioritize multiple tasks efficiently
Should be open to learning new technologies and comfortable working with a variety of topics, including health.



To Apply

send resume to steven.ottenstein@nytimes.com

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Editorial Intern — Etsy.com

Editorial Intern at Etsy.com

2011-05-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Etsy is the world's most vibrant handmade marketplace. Our mission is to enable people all over the world to make a living making things. Etsy is growing rapidly and needs talented, motivated people to join that mission. The growing Etsy community includes over 8 million members in over 150 countries. Our sellers collectively list around 8.5 million active items, and in 2010 we sold over $300 million of goods. Etsy operates transparently and you can check in to see how the Etsy community is doing in our monthly weather reports.

Etsy is led by CEO and co-founder Rob Kalin. We are backed by Accel Partners, Union Square Ventures and Index Ventures; count the founders of Flickr and Delicious as our earliest investors; and are proud to have Caterina Fake, Jim Breyer, Stephanie Tilenius, and Fred Wilson on our board.

Job Description

Etsy’s editors are seeking a full-time paid intern who is NYC-based and able to work from our Brooklyn office for a term of six months. We're a tight-knit group of writers, editors and video producers. Our blog (http://blog.etsy.com) is geared towards readers interested in culture and style. We’re curious about people and what they make, exchange and consume. By looking around at the stuff that matters to our lives, we believe we can understand more about what moves us as human beings. On our blog, we uncover the personal stories behind the makers and collectors on Etsy. We highlight the most eye-catching, provocative and forward-thinking products. We report on issues that matter to our community, like buying responsibly, eating well and supporting independent businesses and artists. We curate the must-reads of the blogosphere for our readers.

About the Internship

In this internship you will gain experience:

- Working for a company with a very passionate online community.
- Writing and editing for a broad array of readers.
- Coming up with creative ways to do visual merchandising.
- Participating in a collaborative work-flow at a growing Internet company.

Your responsibilities will be:

- Proof posts and edit for content, style and editorial voice.
- Produce graphic layouts, handle formatting and merchandising.
- Opportunities to write original posts.

About You

- Previous experience in online or print editorial, copy-editing, writing, researching and reporting.
- Knowledge of the landscape of lifestyle and culture publications online, in print and broadcast.
- Previous experience with photo editing. Great Photoshop skills are a must.
- Merchandising or styling experience. Great taste is a must!
- Basic HTML knowledge, deep familiarity with blogging software (such as Wordpress).
- Professional and personable communication skills in dealing with colleagues, customers and online community.
- Self-motivated in completing projects. Ability to roll with the punches in a fast-paced environment.
- Detail-oriented with very high standards.
- Passionate about blogging and new media content, especially in regards to DIY, fashion, entrepreneurship.
- Career goals at the intersection of editorial, new media, community, art and culture.
- Curious mind.

To Apply

Apply at http://www.etsy.com/jobs/job_description.php?job_id=orIKVfwy

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Journalism intern — Barcroft Media

Journalism intern at Barcroft Media

2011-05-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Barcroft Media is an award-winning international media company providing news and feature stories and TV news packages to print and broadcast clients. We also produce TV documentaries for major networks in the USA and the UK.

Job Description

You will assist the news and features teams in story and picture research, carrying out interviews, and writing for publications in the UK, the USA and internationally. The position also involves TV/ documentary research, helping on video and photo shoots, and editorial assistant duties. This is an exciting opportunity for a talented and diligent student journalist to work on major stories and have a head-start in their media career.

To Apply

Please email jobs@barcroftmedia.com with a full CV/ resume and letter addressed to Karen Grattage, detailing your academic and practical journalism experience.
You should include the dates you would like your internship to start and end.

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Photo Intern — Slate Magazine

Photo Intern at Slate Magazine

2011-05-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Slate is a daily magazine on the Web. Founded in 1996, we are a general-interest publication offering analysis and commentary about politics, news, business, technology, and culture. Slate's strong editorial voice and witty take on current events have been recognized with numerous awards, including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence Online. The site is owned by The Washington Post Company.

Job Description

Slate.com's New York office is still looking for talented applicants for a summer internship with the Photo and Art department. Applicants must be matriculated students, available at least 15 hours a week for 10-12 weeks starting around June 13. Candidates must be highly organized with strong visual aptitude and be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment. Interns will gain hands-on experience editing photos and selecting art for an award-winning online magazine. This is an editing — not shooting — internship, however motivated interns could have opportunities to work on special projects and publish their work. This internship is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply, e-mail a cover letter that clearly outlines your availability, a résumé, and links to visual works online (no PDF or attachment files please) to vivian.selbo@slate.com by May 23.

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WEB NEWS Intern, "Need to Know" on PBS/WNET.org — WNET/PBS

WEB NEWS Intern, "Need to Know" on PBS/WNET.org at WNET/PBS

2011-05-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WNET is the premier public media provider of the New York City metropolitan area and parent company of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21.

Job Description

The PBS weekly newsmagazine show “Need to Know” is seeking journalism interns for its daily website.

The web intern will: assist web editors with story research, booking, social media outreach, posting video, and a variety of tasks related to running the site, as well as short writing assignments. Interns with a broadcast journalism focus might also edit video.

The ideal candidate has proven reporting and writing skills and great story ideas. We are seeking someone who really gets the web and wants to write for a web audience. A strong working knowledge of Final Cut Pro are pluses. Boundless enthusiasm a must.

This is a solid hands-on internship in which to develop job skills and build a portfolio.

The internship is unpaid but can be done for credit, begins in May or June and lasts through August.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and three writing samples and/or video clips to quaylec@wnetnews.org.

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VIVmag Editorial Intern — VIVmag

VIVmag Editorial Intern at VIVmag

2011-04-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

VIVmag is a digital luxury lifestyle magazine for mature, sophisticated women. The bimonthly publication was established in 2007.

Job Description

VIVmag, a digital luxury lifestyle magazine for women, seeks a summer editorial intern to work in its New York office 2-3 days (between 15-20 hours) a week, June through August. Responsibilities include fact checking, writing blog entries, researching stories, reformatting magazine articles for the website, working in WordPress and calling in images, as well as packing, shipping and returning photo shoot products. Must be a detail-oriented self-starter who is able to work independently. Journalism majors preferred; an interest in covering fashion, beauty, health, fitness, nutrition and green living also a plus.

To Apply

Please send cover letter, resume and three writing clips to vivintern@gmail.com. Selected applicants will be expected to complete a writing test and editing test. No phone calls, please.

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Online Reporting Intern — Asia Society

Online Reporting Intern at Asia Society

2011-04-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

AsiaSociety.org is the online home of the Asia Society, the leading global organization working to strengthen relationships and promote understanding among the people, leaders, and institutions of the United States and Asia.

Founded in 1956, Asia Society is a nonpartisan, nonprofit institution with offices in Hong Kong, Houston, Los Angeles, Manila, Melbourne, Mumbai, New York, San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai, and Washington, DC.

Job Description

Description:

Asia Society, a prestigious non-profit institution dedicated to forging closer ties between Asia and the United States, is looking for a talented Online Reporting Intern to craft event write-ups and blog posts and perform other administrative tasks for its award-winning website. The ideal candidate would be a web savvy journalism student with a strong interest in and connection to Asia, its people and issues.

Responsibilities/Requirements:

The Online Reporting Intern should be a versatile and inquisitive writer, equally comfortable interviewing a foreign ambassador as he or she is covering the opening of an art exhibit. Candidates should be experienced users of blogging content management systems, such as Drupal and Wordpress, and social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook. Although not required, it is preferred that the Online Reporting Intern have proficiency in an Asian language and basic skills shooting and editing photos and videos. The Online Reporting Intern also needs to be willing to perform other duties at times, such as copyediting and data entry.

Schedule:

The Online Reporting Intern is expected to work at least 20 hours per week, for a minimum of nine to 12 weeks, at Asia Society headquarters on Park Avenue. Specific schedules can be designed to meet the individual needs of the intern. Please indicate the days and hours you are available to work in your application. The Online Reporting Intern receives a one-time honorarium of $750. School credit is available.

To Apply

Please email cover letter, resumé and links to three relevant writing samples to:

Dan Washburn
Managing Editor, Asia Society Online
E-mail: dwashburn@asiasociety.org

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

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Editorial Intern — ShermansTravel Media

Editorial Intern at ShermansTravel Media

2011-04-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ShermansTravel.com specializes in travel deals and destination advice and receives upwards of 2 million unique visitors and 4 million page views per month. Our highly successful weekly travel deals newsletter goes out to 4 million subscribers across the country each Wednesday, and our editorial content is syndicated to MSNBC.com, Yahoo.com, and others. Our "Smart Luxury" magazine, <i>Smart Luxury Travel</i>, is carried in Borders and Barnes & Noble nationwide.

Job Description

ShermansTravel.com, the web's leading source for travel deals and destination advice, is looking for an editorial intern to work closely with the online editorial team for approximately 20 hours per week in our Midtown office. This position will give the right candidate a strong introduction to web publishing and editorial production. Well-traveled, hard-working individuals with a working knowledge of online publishing and a passion for writing and the world are encouraged to apply. Primary duties will include fact-checking, researching, data entry, and opportunities to contribute to online and/or print articles.

To Apply

Please send resume and a short cover letter to Stephanie Johnnidis, Senior Editor, at travelproducer@gmail.com.

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Editorial Intern — CBSNews.com and Disrupt/Group new vertical

Editorial Intern at CBSNews.com and Disrupt/Group new vertical

2011-04-01 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

New web TV show and blog is a CBSNews.com and Disrupt Productions joint venture.

Job Description

Do you:

- Strive to be the first to announce breaking news to your friends by sharing interesting links?
- Consider yourself to be a pop culture junkie?
- Think you're a human Wikipedia of current events?
- Always know what story is going to be talked about for the next week?
- Scare people with the amount of random (yet somehow relevant) knowledge you know?
- Always surf Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for the newest stories?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, come intern for a new CBSNews.com web TV show and blog featuring Emmy nominated TV and web personality Shira Lazar! We're looking for an intern who loves to write about today's and tomorrow's most relevant stories, which we believe can be anything from what's going on in world news to quirky local politics to what viral video you're watching today.

The position will be based out of the CBS News office in New York City. We can offer the peculiar smells of Midtown Manhattan and overpriced hot dogs and falafels at almost every street corner.

To Apply

Please Email disruptcbsintern@gmail.com with your cover letter, clips and resume.

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Photo Journalism Internship — The Newsweek Daily Beast

Photo Journalism Internship at The Newsweek Daily Beast

2011-03-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Newsweek/The Daily Beast Company formed in February 2011 when Newsweek and The Daily Beast completed their merger, bringing together the revered print brand and one of the country’s best trafficked and most visible news sites. Since its founding in 1933, Newsweek has served as the world’s preeminent conversation starter. Launched in 2008, The Daily Beast now has upwards of 5 million unique users a month and has made an immediate and lasting impact on the world of online news.

Job Description

Photo Internship
Location: New York, NY

We are seeking detail oriented, responsible candidates with a background/interest in online media/photography. This internship is a perfect place to learn research and photo editing skills plus observe how a digital media website operates.

Responsibilities:
Participate in the process of fulfilling photo requests along with senior editors. Partner with the senior photo team to learn how to research and write captions for photo galleries. Learn how to communicate effectively with reporters and editors to determine optimal photographic online content and photo opportunities. Practice archiving and cataloging photos. Learn how to react under deadlines and changing priorities while training alongside the editorial team.

Qualifications:
Candidates should possess a great eye for compelling photos and are resourceful, creative, and able to learn quickly. Knowledge of Photoshop and computer savvy is a must. Ideal candidates will have a solid understanding/interest in current events.

This is an internship for credit. All applicants must be currently enrolled in degree granting program and receive college credit for the internship. Additionally, credit certification proof must be provided during the interview process.

To Apply

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/5szxhzf

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EDITORIAL INTERN — mediabistro.com

EDITORIAL INTERN at mediabistro.com

2011-03-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

mediabistro.com is dedicated to anyone who creates or works with content, or who is a non-creative professional working in a content/creative industry. That includes editors, writers, television producers, graphic designers, book publishers, people in production, and circulation departments -- in industries including magazines, television, radio, newspapers, book publishing, online media, advertising, PR, and graphic design. Our mission is to provide opportunities (both on- and offline) for you to meet each other, share resources, become informed of job opportunities and interesting projects, improve your career skills, and showcase your work.

Job Description

mediabistro.com's growing editorial department seeks ambitious interns to assist its news and features team in our New York City office. Intern will regularly assist department with copy editing, proofreading, article production, and story research. Intern will learn about the world of digital journalism by gaining practice with HTML, blogging, social media, and viral marketing and will also have the opportunity to cover media events for our blogs.

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about having the opportunity to gain experience in writing, copy editing, and reporting according to AP style. He or she should also be familiar with mediabistro.com’s content and have a passion for all things media. Familiarity with HTML and blogging platforms is preferred. Availability to work flexible hours for event coverage as needed is a plus.



To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume as Word documents or PDFs, along with your days and hours of availability. No phone calls. You MUST be able to receive academic credit for this internship and work in our New York City office; please confirm that you meet both of these criteria in your cover letter.

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Multimedia intern — Newsday

Multimedia intern at Newsday

2011-03-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Newsday is a daily newspaper that primarily serves Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Job Description

Newsday.com is seeking multimedia interns to work on our website. The ideal candidate will be hard-working, meticulous, self-motivated and a team player with previous newspaper and online experience.

The editorial internship is intensely hands-on, and a number of previous interns have been hired as full-time employees. You will be publishing stories, photos, polls and other multimedia extras; writing blog posts; and coordinating with reporters, editors and others to keep fresh content flowing to the site. You may also be assigned to write stories and assist with breaking news.

You will also assist in the production of longer-term multimedia projects. Previous projects have included multi-part articles, a special report on Alzheimer's and a comprehensive voters guide.

Interns may also be assigned to work specifically on the Long Island news section of the site, or Sports, Entertainment or ExploreLI (our local destination and event-based section).

The multimedia internship requires candidates to report to Newsday's Melville office.

If you are interested in applying for this position, e-mail your resume to Rachel.Senatore@newsday.com.

To Apply

Email Web Producer Rachel Senatore: Rachel.Senatore at newsday.com

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Summer Advertising Internship — Psychology Today Magazine

Summer Advertising Internship at Psychology Today Magazine

2011-03-21 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Psychology Today is devoted exclusively to everybody's favorite subject: ourselves. Founded in 1967, Psychology Today covers all aspects of human behavior and mental health, from the workings of the mind to the bonds between people and the larger cultural forces that drive our most intimate decisions. The bimonthly magazine reaches about 3 million readers.

Job Description

Psychology Today has an excellent opportunity for a smart and talented advertising intern to learn how the business side of a media company works at our New York office. We are a small staff, so you'll be a key member of the team. Duties include working closely with the Associate Publisher, advertising staff and art department on sales and marketing projects, and assisting our production department with print and online advertising preparation, as well as developing marketing materials. Outstanding professionalism and organization are a requirement; you must be able to juggle several tasks at once and work autonomously. Graphic design skills and prior experience in Photoshop and QuarkXPress are necessary. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in publishing, advertising, or graphic design. Position runs May/June through August, three or more days a week (full-time preferred) and includes a small daily stipend.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, and two business or marketing related writing samples to John Thomas, Associate Publisher at johnthomas@psychologytoday.com by Friday, April 15.

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Climate Watch Intern — KQED

Climate Watch Intern at KQED

2011-03-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

KQED Public Radio, home of Forum with Michael Krasny and The California Report, is the most-listened-to public radio station in the nation with an award-winning news and public affairs program service. Listen on 88.5 FM or Comcast channel 960 in San Francisco, 89.3 FM in Sacramento, 88.3 FM in Santa Rosa and 88.1 FM in Martinez. KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM and 89.3 FM also broadcast in analog and HD Radio technology. Stream programs live and download archives and audio podcasts at kqed.org, featuring unique content on one of the most-visited station sites in public broadcasting.

Job Description

Climate Watch Internship

Internship Summary:
Climate Watch is a KQED multi-platform series that explores climate science and policy from a California perspective through reporting for radio, web, and TV. The Climate Watch intern supports Climate Watch coverage primarily for radio and web, although occasional television opportunities are available. In addition to supporting the Climate Watch staff with ongoing coverage, interns are expected to develop related projects of their own with the goal of producing them for the web and/or broadcast. Interns will receive practical experience combined with seminars and workshops on a variety of topics. Topics will include:



Use of field recording equipment; audio recording in various settings

Use of editing software

Development & production of radio & television segments

Development of multimedia projects for the web (interactive features including maps and slideshows)

Writing for the web (Climate Watch Blog)

Posting of audio/video content to Web

Duties Include:
Research stories for radio, web, and television
Monitor CW inbox, email alerts, and press releases
Research web features and tools for multimedia projects
Assist reporters by logging interviews
Attend editorial meetings, schedule permitting
Assist reporters & producers in the field
Archive files, notes and materials associated with Climate Watch content
Help with some clerical tasks as needed
Reporting and producing personal projects
Internship Qualifications:
Strong interest in science & environmental issues and a passion for public broadcasting
Interest in online media, interactive storytelling, and blogging
Some experience with any of the three platforms: radio or TV broadcast or web production
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to adapt from project to project
Highly motivated and comfortable reaching out to story sources
Ability to work independently according to tight deadlines and to balance multiple assignments.
Ideal candidate has some knowledge of climate science and California policy, experience in journalism, interest in promotion through social media, and familiarity with WordPress, Photoshop, and online mapping software such as GoogleMaps and/or AMMaps.





To Apply

Application Procedure:
Applications may be submitted for the Spring, Summer, or Fall term internships. Please indicate which term and which radio internship program that interests you.
Please send detailed cover letter, resume and two writing samples. If applicable, please also send links to any multimedia projects as well as a list of classes taken relevant to this internship.
For applicants to multiple Public Radio Internships - Please submit one joint package for all the internships you're interested in. The package should include your resume, the required materials for each internship, and a cover letter describing and comparing your interest in the different opportunities. Please label CLEARLY your supplemental materials for each internship in this application packet.

Please email your complete application packet to: radiointernship@kqed.org

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Editorial Internship — Psychology Today Magazine

Editorial Internship at Psychology Today Magazine

2011-03-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Psychology Today is devoted exclusively to everybody's favorite subject: ourselves. Founded in 1967, Psychology Today covers all aspects of human behavior and mental health, from the workings of the mind to the bonds between people and the larger cultural forces that drive our most intimate decisions. The bimonthly magazine reaches about 3 million readers.

Job Description

Psychology Today has an excellent opportunity for a few smart and talented editorial interns at our office in New York. We are a small staff, so you'll be a key member of the team. Duties include working closely with editors on story research and special projects, light clerical work, web-related work including HTML and data loading, and proofing copy. Interns also pitch story ideas and write articles for the magazine. They typically receive two or three bylines per issue. Background in psychology not mandatory, but a plus. We're looking for interns who can write clear and engaging prose and have a real interest in human behavior. Outstanding professionalism and organization are a requirement; you must be able to juggle several tasks at once and work autonomously.

Position runs May/June through August, three or more days a week (full-time preferred). Position includes a small daily stipend.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, and two clips to Andi Bartz at andi@psychologytoday.com by Friday, April 1.

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Esquire.com Summer Internship — Esquire, Hearst Digital

Esquire.com Summer Internship at Esquire, Hearst Digital

2011-02-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Esquire.com is the online home of Esquire magazine.

Job Description

Esquire magazine is looking for one or several editorial interns to join its online department in New York City this summer, on either a part-time or full-time basis, depending on scheduling. The ideal applicant is a web-savvy self-starter who's passionate about all things politics, pop culture, media, and style. Candidates should have some journalism and/or web experience and excellent writing abilities. This is an unpaid internship, and interns must receive college credit.

To Apply

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and at least three clips to pschrodt@hearst.com by no later than March 15. Please write "Summer Internship" in the subject line.

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Photo Intern — Seventeen Magazine

Photo Intern at Seventeen Magazine

2011-02-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Corporation is one of the nation's largest diversified media companies. It's major interests include magazine, newspaper, and business publishing, television and radio broadcasting, Internet businesses, TV production and distribution, newspaper features distribution and real estate.

Job Description

The Seventeen Magazine Photo Department is searching for sharp, responsible, go-getting interns for the Summer 2011 semester.

Interns assist the Photography Director, Photo Editor, and Photo Assistant in tasks ranging from prop styling to photo shoot production to photo research.

Eligible candidates must be available to work 2-to-3 full days a week and able to receive credit from their university. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and the Microsoft Office Suite is a plus.

Preference will be given to students majoring in photography.

To Apply

Please send your cover letter, one-page resume and availability to Micah Rubin, Photo Editor (mrubin@hearst.com) or mail to:

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fact checker intern — Bon Appetit

fact checker intern at Bon Appetit

2011-02-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Conde Nast publication with 1.6 million circulation.

Job Description

Working in the research department; fact checking, routing pages, providing research, working in library.

To Apply

cover letter and resume to Chris Penberthy, Research director at chris_penberthy@condenast.com

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Intern — The Nation magazine

Intern at The Nation magazine

2011-02-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Nation is America's oldest weekly magazine and the most widely read journal of opinion. Founded by antislavery abolitionists in 1865, The Nation is a journal of politics, culture, books and the arts. James Baldwin, Ralph Nader, and Hunter S. Thompson published their first pieces in The Nation, while other historic contributors have included Martin Luther King Jr., Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Kurt Vonnegut, Emma Goldman, and Arthur Miller. The Nation's contemporary writers include Naomi Klein, Gore Vidal, William Greider, Barbara Ehrenreich, Walter Mosley, Katha Pollitt, Bill Moyers, Patricia Williams, Eric Alterman, Katrina vanden Heuvel, and Calvin Trillin, while the Books & the Arts section features vibrant reviews of books and films, as well as poems and interviews.

The Nation Institute, a nonprofit media center, is dedicated to extending the reach of progressive values and strengthening the independent press. We seek to illuminate and shape the debate on urgent social and political issues. Our dynamic range of programs include a bestselling book publishing imprint, Nation Books; an award-winning Investigative Fund which supports groundbreaking investigative journalism; Journalism Fellowships that support a range of established and emerging reporters every year; an internship program at The Nation magazine; the widely read and syndicated website TomDispatch; prize programs to support whistleblowing, journalism, and social justice; and nationally televised town hall meetings and debates.

Job Description

For more than three decades The Nation Institute, in conjunction with The Nation magazine, has provided an internship program for college students and recent graduates interested in magazine journalism and publishing.

Our internship program offers seven editorial interns a comprehensive submersion into the magazine's editorial process. These interns' primary responsibilities are fact checking and research. Two additional interns work as web editorial interns. Candidates interested in this internship should indicate that in their cover letter and tell us about their experience with web production and social media. We also offer the Spira Lopez internship, a position for qualified Hispanic or Latino candidates.

All interns have the opportunity to write for TheNation.com; participate in career seminars with journalists, politicians, and activists; in addition to performing administrative work.

The internship is full time, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., five days a week. The Summer 2011 session begins June 7 and ends August 19, and the deadline for postmarked applications is March 1, 2011. There are nine intern positions (including two web interns and the Spira Lopez intern). There is a $150/week stipend.

Please see our web site for more details: http://www.nationinstitute.org/p/internships/

Qualifications: Applicants must have completed their junior year of college. Each applicant will be evaluated on the basis of his or her cover letter, résumé, recommendations, and writing samples. International applicants are welcome to apply.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter indicating your interest in The Nation and The Nation Institute and describing your career goals. In addition, include a résumé, two letters of recommendation, and two writing samples. Published clips are preferred, though academic papers and creative writing samples are acceptable (no longer than eight pages, please). Your application must be postmarked by the application deadline.

All application materials become the property of The Nation Institute. Please send the above material and address all inquiries to:

Kate Murphy
Internship Program Director
116 E. 16th St., 8th Floor
New York, NY, 10003

Please address all queries to kate@thenation.com.

The Nation Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

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Intern — Channel One News

Intern at Channel One News

2011-02-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Broadcasting since 1990, Peabody Award-winning Channel One News, now a division of Alloy Media + Marketing, is the top source of high quality, unbiased news and information for young people. The dynamic 12-minute news broadcast is delivered daily to nearly six million teens in approximately 8,000 middle schools and high schools across the country, providing global and national headlines from a teen perspective with a fast-paced production style, youthful reporters and contemporary music.

Job Description

ChannelOne.com is seeking an editorial intern. Outstanding writing skills are the most important piece of this role. Other responsibilities include pitching ideas for the site and then producing content inside a CMS. Some administrative work including moderating user-generated content and transferring content from one system to another is likely.

Photoshop skills are a plus. You must be able to receive college credit to work with us, and though this internship is unpaid, we can offer a monthly Metrocard as compensation.
Flexible hours. Ideally we’re looking for someone who can work with us at our Chelsea offices three mornings or afternoons a week.

To Apply

email intern@channelone.com with at least 3 clips to apply.

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Digital Content Intern — BlackEnterprise.com

Digital Content Intern at BlackEnterprise.com

2011-01-11 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BLACK ENTERPRISE is the premier business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans

Job Description

Department: Digital
Type of position: Intern for school credit
Time Commitment: 20 hrs/week
Duration: 3 months
Location: New York City

Objective: To support Digital Content team with producing daily posts for BlackEnterprise.com while gaining digital experience. Will include writing, research projects and potential to contribute to multiple content platforms. Great opportunity for individual interested in communications and publications.

The editorial and multimedia intern will assist in all phases of the preparation of content for digital platforms. The ideal candidate will contribute creatively to new and ongoing projects. An undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in journalism, multimedia, and publishing, would be best suited for this position.

Duties include some or all of the following based on current needs:

* Write posts for web site applying style sheet to ensure content quality
* Research information for producers
* Transcribing interviews
* Assist on video shoots as needed
* Building sideshows and posts for website and social networking sites
* Administrative support to Executive Editor and Digital Producers
* Organization and upkeep of digital platforms
* Other tasks as assigned

Required Skills:

* Strong interest in communications or journalism
* Strong interest in multimedia
* Proficiency in writing and Internet research
* Undergraduate or graduate student
* Please provide examples of published writing and/or multimedia projects and references
* Working knowledge of Word and Excel
* Excellent organizational skills

Preferred Skills:

* Above average computer literacy
* Skills in WordPress, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Audition or other audio editing program

*Interns must bring laptop to the office

To Apply

Email resume and cover letter addressed to Elayne Fluker, editorial director, but SEND it to digitalmedia@blackenterprise.com

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Intern — Meredith Video Studios (Better TV)

Intern at Meredith Video Studios (Better TV)

2011-01-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Meredith Corporation is a media company that produces magazines, broadcast media and online content for female focused publications and other mediums.

Job Description

Meredith Video Studios is a division of Meredith Corporation that produces Better TV, a national television program, as well as branded entertainment and internet content for Meredith brands. We are currently looking for interns for the upcoming semester.

Our interns have the opportunity to learn how a daily lifestyle show is booked, produced, directed, shot and edited. They assist with all of these tasks and will also have opportunities to work with our marketing and branded entertainment teams, should they choose to do so.

They will learn how to book guests, research guests and topics, prepare folders of information for hosts, greet and assist guests when they arrive, then see the process through from the interview on into editing.

Our interns also work with the production crew, helping with props and working behind-the-scenes in the studio while shows are taped. They often spend time in the control room to learn the technical side of producing a show, as well.

In addition, interns will have the opportunity to go out into the field and assist on shoots with producers, videographers and hosts. Then, they will help log tape that is shot during the field shoot.

This is a hands-on internship, during which students will not just observe, but will have the chance to assist with everything we do on a daily basis to put these two shows on the air.

Meredith Video Studios is looking for students who are friendly, organized and eager to learn about television production. Students must have strong writing skills and be willing to take the initiative in making sure they are getting the most out of their internship experience. MVS has a lot to offer, but it’s important for interns to let us know what they would like to focus on or learn more about, so we may cater their work to accommodate these needs.

If interested, please contact Anne Ebeling at anne.ebeling@meredith.com with your résumé and a few words telling us why you would like to be a part of our MVS internship program.

To Apply

Interested students should contact internship coordinator, Anne Ebeling at anne.ebeling@meredith.com with their résumés.

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Intern - BBC Travel — BBC.com/Travel

Intern - BBC Travel at BBC.com/Travel

2011-01-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BBC Travel is a new travel site, part of BBC.com, delivering top travel journalism to inspire you to engage more deeply with the world.

Job Description

The BBC Travel Intern will be editorially responsible for helping with the daily production of BBC.com/travel, in conjunction with and supervised by the Travel Editor and Associate Travel editor. S/he will have a role in developing travel content that will appeal to BBC.com’s international audience while helping it grow. Byline opportunities may be available.

The intern should be familiar with the travel community, have a strong writing and editing background and work well on deadline. Digital experience (previous work with a CMS and familiarity with social media considered a plus). Must be a proven problem solver, fast learner and creative thinker.

To Apply

Apply online: https://www5.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/BBC/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=10454&esid=az

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News reporting internship — OpenSecrets.org

News reporting internship at OpenSecrets.org

2011-01-04 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Center for Responsive Politics is the nation's premier research and reporting group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy. Nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the organization aims to create a more educated voter, an involved citizenry and a more transparent and responsive government.

Job Description

The Center for Responsive Politics (OpenSecrets.org) is hiring for two news reporting internship positions this summer. Selected interns will work in Washington, D.C., for 12-14 weeks covering political influence issues for OpenSecrets.org, the website of the nonpartisan, nonprofit Center.

Interns can either receive a $1,000 stipend plus weekly transportation compensation OR can opt to receive academic credit. Applications are due by Feb. 1.

Full details available on OpenSecrets.org here: http://www.opensecrets.org/about/intern.php

To Apply

http://www.opensecrets.org/about/intern.php

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WGBH Summer Internships — WGBH

WGBH Summer Internships at WGBH

2010-12-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WGBH first hit the airwaves with a live 1951 radio performance by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Today, WGBH informs, inspires, and entertains millions of people not only here in Boston, but across the country and around the world. We're the single largest producer of PBS prime-time and online programming, and a major source of programs heard on public radio from coast to coast. We're a pioneer in educational multimedia and in media access technologies for people with hearing or vision loss. Podcasts and vodcasts, DVDs and innovative online teaching tools for lifelong learning...as the media landscape continues to evolve, WGBH is staying ahead of the curve.

Job Description

The WGBH Internship Program is designed to help students and the organization meet our mutual educational goals. ‘GBH wants to provide students with real work experience. In return, we will build excellent relationships with different educational institutions and create a large resource pool of young, diverse talent.

Internships at WGBH provide students with hands-on experience in many production, marketing and administrative departments such as: NOVA, Frontline, Radio, National Marketing, Development, Special Events and many more! Interns at WGBH have the opportunity to meet and work along side some of the best professionals in the field. All WGBH internships are unpaid. To qualify for an intern position with WGBH, students must be enrolled in an accredited institution.

To view our opportunities, please visit www.wgbh.org/careers under internships. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter specifying the internship(s) you are interested in pursuing to: human_resources@wgbh.org

WGBH is an equal opportunity employer.

WGBH is looking for interns in these areas:
• Basic Black
• Design Squad Internship
• Educational Productions
• Forum Internship 1
• Forum Internship 2
• FRONTLINE OutPost
• FRONTLINE Social Media Internship
• Local Corporate Sponsorship
• Media Access Group
• Nova: Education
• Nova: Labs
• Nova: Marketing & Communications
• Nova: Science Unit
• Nova Online
• Radio: Emily Rooney Show Internship
• WGBH Academic Quiz Show Internship
• WGBH Interactive: Developer
• WGBH Interactive: Online Promotion Strategy Internship
• WGBH Major Gifts Internship
• WGBH Radio: Online
• WGBH Teacher's Domain Internship
• WGBH The World Internship
• Volunteer & Marketing

For more internship listings, please visit our website at http://careers.wgbh.org/internships/internships.html

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter specifying the internship(s) you are interested in pursuing to: human_resources@wgbh.org

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Political Reporting Internship — New York Observer Politicker Blog

Political Reporting Internship at New York Observer Politicker Blog

2010-12-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Politicker is one of the original blogs in the country to focus on local politics.

Job Description

The Politicker, one of New York's leading political news sites, is looking for an intern. This a reporting and writing position. Interns will be immersed in the world of local politics and expected to file stories frequently. Applicants that are obsessed with politics and and can boast of boundless energy will be given special consideration

To Apply

Send cover letter, resume and clips to dfreedlander@observer.com

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CBS News Production Intern — CBS News

CBS News Production Intern at CBS News

2010-12-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

CBS Corporation includes broadcast television, cable television, local television, production and syndication, radio, advertising on out-of-home media, publishing, interactive media, music, licensing and merchandising, video/DVD and motion pictures.

Job Description

This department is the production company within CBS News that creates original nonfiction and reality-style programming for network and cable television. This spring, the department is producing 3 reality shows about designing and cooking. Intern duties include assisting producers and team members with administrative duties, set wrangling, tape logging, managing of tape inventory and all aspects of set duties while shooting the episodes. Must be able to work at least 2 full weekdays; must get credit.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Photo Intern — Seventeen Magazine

Photo Intern at Seventeen Magazine

2010-12-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Hearst Corporation is one of the nation's largest diversified media companies. Its major interests include magazine, newspaper and business publishing, cable networks, television and radio broadcasting, internet businesses, TV production and distribution, newspaper features distribution and real estate.

Job Description

The Seventeen Magazine Photo Department is searching for sharp, responsible, go-getting interns for the Winter 2011 semester.

Interns assist the Photography Director, Photo Editor, and Photo Assistant in tasks ranging from photo shoot production to photo research to photo shoot prop styling.

Eligible candidates must be available to work 2-to-3 full days a week and able to receive credit from their university. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and the Microsoft Office Suite is a plus.

Preference will be given to students majoring in photography.

It’s an unpaid internship but a great opportunity to experience one of the busiest, most successful magazines in the industry.

Please send your cover letter, one-page resume and availability to Micah Rubin, Photo Editor (mrubin@hearst.com) or mail to:

Micah Rubin
Seventeen Magazine
300 West 57th Street
17th Floor
New York, NY 10019

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter including availability and resume to Micah Rubin.

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TV & Web Production Intern — NATURE / WNET

TV & Web Production Intern at NATURE / WNET

2010-12-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NATURE is an Emmy award-winning weekly natural history and wildlife documentary series airing on PBS (www.pbs.org/nature).

New York public media company WNET is a pioneering provider of television and web content. The parent of THIRTEEN and WLIW21 and Creative News Group, WNET.ORG brings such acclaimed broadcast series and websites as Need To Know, Nature, Great Performances, American Masters, Charlie Rose, Secrets of the Dead, Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, Visions, Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, Miffy and Friends, 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.

Job Description

NATURE seeks highly-motivated interns who will provide writing/research, production and administrative support to the production team in the areas of website content and post-production. Responsibilities will include the following: screening films and writing for podcast/website; research into mainly natural history and environmental subjects; fact-checking; assisting the producers during editing, audio mixing, voice-over recording sessions and some local NYC shoots; reviewing and time-coding transcripts; on and off-site pick-up/delivery of production materials (for dubbing, format conversion, transcription, etc.); tape library archiving; arranging travel and expense reports; etc.

The intern will be required to work 12-20 hours per week.
Preferred Dates for Spring 2011: January 24 through May 6.
Start and end dates are flexible.

Student Accountability:
The intern will report to a broadcast production assistant and a web producer and will be expected to work with other team members, from a senior producer to the executive producer, to complete assigned tasks.

Educational Requirements/Special Skills:
Students with a strong, proven interest in natural history and/or television and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment which requires accuracy, organization, research and strong writing skills. Experience with Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, basic HTML, and/or content management systems (CMS) is a plus.

Opportunity Profile:
In addition to gaining the experience of working in a fast-paced television production environment, in which the intern will strengthen his/her planning, organization, research, and team-building skills, he/she will work with experienced producers, contribute to the production of a national television program, and have the opportunity to gain exposure to other departments related to production – publicity, on-air promotions and the web. Intern writers will receive a web production credit on the NATURE website.

To Apply

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and writing sample (1-2 pages, no term papers) to Jayne Jun at JunJ@thirteen.org with subject heading: INTERNSHIP. No phone calls or faxes, please. Only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.

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Intern: Gatecrasher column — New York Daily News

Intern: Gatecrasher column at New York Daily News

2010-12-06 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

"New York's Hometown Newspaper"

Job Description

Gatecrasher, the New York Daily News' gossip column, needs an intern for spring semester 2011. We're looking for a fearless reporter and snappy writer who can help us dig through piles of paparazzi photos and beef up our web presence, as well as--of course--stalking famous people at premieres and parties. Our work week is Sunday-Thursday, and we need someone who can be in the office 2-3 of those afternoons. There will also be tons of evening events that we’d love help covering.

To Apply

Submit a resume, cover letter, and no more than three clips by December 15th.

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Editorial Intern, New York Family — New York Family magazine, Manhattan Media

Editorial Intern, New York Family at New York Family magazine, Manhattan Media

2010-12-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

New York Family, a glossy monthly lifestyle magazine covering topics of interest to city parents--health, education, finance, real estate, travel, fashion, culture and more.

Job Description

New York Family, a glossy monthly lifestyle magazine covering topics of interest to city parents, is currently looking for interns for the winter/spring 2011 semester. Interns will spend their time working on short and feature-length stories for the magazine, writing for our email newsletters and working on our website, newyorkfamily.com. This is an ideal internship for anyone interested in a career in magazine writing or editing, as it’s all about honing your craft. Our intern system that allows flexibility around scheduling (including the ability to do some work from home). We also offer a small monthly stipend. To apply, send your cover letter, resume, and writing samples to newyorkfamily@manhattanmedia.com.

To Apply

If interested, send your cover letter, resume, and writing samples to newyorkfamily@manhattanmedia.com, putting "Editorial Intern" in the subject line.

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Intern — BBC Worldwide Americas

Intern at BBC Worldwide Americas

2010-12-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

BBC Education produces short form educational content by re-purposing CBS News and BBC archival material.

Job Description

BBC's Education division in New York is looking for creative interns to assist with producing short form videos for the educational market. Interns will have a unique opportunity to be fully involved in multiple aspects of production including research, editing, rights and clearances, pitching and business development. Interns will have an opportunity to work directly on projects with the education coordinators and production manager. Students curious about British and American factual broadcast history will find this internship particularly interesting. Excel, Outlook, and Final Cut Pro skills are a plus but are not required, however a willing interest to learn and take on new challenges is essential. Scheduling is flexible with a minimum weekly commitment of 10 hours that can broken up across multiple days of the week anytime between 8 am and 8 pm.

To Apply

Interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to the education manager. Qualified applicants will be asked to interview with the manager and coordinator.

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Editorial internship — amNewYork newspaper

Editorial internship at amNewYork newspaper

2010-11-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

amNewYork is a daily newspaper serving all five boroughs of New York City. Circulation 330,000.

Job Description

amNewYork is seeking entertainment/features interns for the winter and spring semesters. Interns would assist in the entertainment news, nightlife, weekend arts and style sections. Duties include pitching and writing stories, covering events, researching, fact-checking and some office duties. Interns should be able to work 2-3 days per week and must be able to receive academic credit.

To Apply

Send a resume and 2-3 clips to Entertainment/Style Editor Julie Gordon at jgordon@am-ny.com

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Good Housekeeping-Beauty Editorial Internship — Good Housekeeping

Good Housekeeping-Beauty Editorial Internship at Good Housekeeping

2010-11-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Good Housekeeping is a leader in the field of women's magazines.

Job Description

Good Housekeeping is looking for an intern for the Spring 2011 semester. The ideal candidate will be organized, detail oriented, have the ability to multi-task, and love all things beauty. We are a small department so this is a great way to gain hands-on experience at a well-respected publication. Duties include: fact-checking beauty stories, assisting editors with market research, and transcribing interviews. Interested applicants should email their resume to Melanie Rud at mrud@hearst.com.

To Apply

Email resume to Melanie Rud at mrud@hearst.com.

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Spring Editorial Internship — Field & Stream magazine/Bonnier Corporation

Spring Editorial Internship at Field & Stream magazine/Bonnier Corporation

2010-11-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Field & Stream is the world's leading outdoor sports magazine. Founded in 1895, the magazine strives to capture the excitement of the outdoors, to be a reliable source of how-to information, and to promote conservation and sporting ethics. Field & Stream reaches an audience of over 9.5 million readers every month.

Job Description

Field & Stream is looking for students to join our editorial department as interns during the spring semester. Responsibilities will include fact-checking, research, and assisting editors with projects as they come up--but it's all real editorial work. Depending on ability and experience, interns may also have the opportunity to write short bylined pieces for the magazine or website.
Requirements: Must be energetic, organized, responsible, and able to follow direction. Some editing or writing experience is a prerequisite, and an interest in hunting or fishing is a plus. Interns must be available for a minimum of two days per week, from 9 am to 5 pm.
Note: You must receive undergraduate or graduate credit for the internship. This position is unpaid. However, we will supply interns with Metrocards.

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter, and clips to managing editor Jean McKenna: jean.mckenna@bonniercorp.com.

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Journalism Intern for Entertainment Website — Back Stage

Journalism Intern for Entertainment Website at Back Stage

2010-11-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

For 50 years Back Stage has been the top trade publication for actors and the performing arts industry. In addition to BackStage.com, we publish newspapers in New York and Los Angeles, as well as the trade listings publication Call Sheet. For more info, visit www.backstage.com.

Job Description

BackStage.com is seeking journalism interns for the Spring 2011 semester, as well as Summer 2011. We're interested in responsible, self-motivated, tech-savvy college students with sharp writing skills. Interns MUST work in exchange for school credit, and be available for at least 16-20 hours per week.

Interns will get the opportunity to do research, write news and feature stories, post on our weblog, update our events calendar, and learn about publishing on the Web in a professional environment. Work on online videos and other interactive projects may also be included.

In addition, we're looking for interns to work exclusively as bloggers, getting experience creating regular content either for a pop-culture blog (www.backstage.com/blogstage) or for a news aggregator blog (www.backstage.com/espresso).

Knowledge of MS Word and Excel, and experience using the Internet for research is required. Knowledge of photo editing software like Photoshop, weblog and video editing software, and social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace are preferred. Familiarity with the performing arts industry -- film, TV, and stage -- is helpful.

To Apply

Please email a resume, cover letter, and at least two (2) writing samples to Tom Penketh, Managing Online Editor, Back Stage, at blogs@backstage.com. Acceptable formats for writing samples include PDFs, JPEGs, website links, and Microsoft Word documents.

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Intern — Jewish Daily Forward

Intern at Jewish Daily Forward

2010-11-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Jewish Daily Forward

Job Description

The Jewish Daily Forward is seeking a full-time arts and features intern to work in its newsroom. Internship candidates should be familiar with Jewish pop culture news and have a strong knowledge of Jewish arts and culture. The intern will write several blog posts daily for the Forward’s Shmooze and Arty Semite blogs. Other responsibilities will include light editing, gathering story ideas and finding photographs. Candidates should be adept at writing on deadline in a busy environment. The position is paid. Please send a resume and two clips to Laura Sinberg at Sinberg@forward.com.

To Apply

Please send a resume and two clips to Laura Sinberg at Sinberg@forward.com.

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Editorial Intern — American Baby magazine, Meredith

Editorial Intern at American Baby magazine, Meredith

2010-11-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Meredith, a media and marketing company, publishes national magazines including Better Homes & Gardens, Ladies' Home Journal, Fitness, Family Circle, MORE, Parents and American Baby, as well as 150 special interest publications, five Spanish-language titles and books. In addition, the company owns 12 television stations.

Job Description

American Baby magazine, published by Meredith, is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic editorial intern for the spring 2011 semester. This position will provide an exciting opportunity to work one-on-one with editors while assisting with research, fact-checking, some writing and Web projects. Candidates must be able to earn academic credit and work two to three full days per week. Strong writing skills and an interest in/knowledge of magazines are required.

To Apply

Please email your resume and cover letter to michaela.garibaldi@meredith.com.

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NBC News internship at thegrio.com — NBC News

NBC News internship at thegrio.com at NBC News

2010-11-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

TheGrio.com is the first video-centric news community site devoted to providing African Americans with stories and perspectives that appeal to them but are underrepresented in existing national news outlets. TheGrio features aggregated and original video packages, news articles, and blogs on topics from breaking news, politics, health, business, and entertainment, which concern its niche audience.

Job Description

NBC NEWS has 3 openings for Spring interns at theGrio.com.

TheGrio is NBC’s video-centric news website dedicated to producing stories of African-American interest. At just over one year old, the site is one of NBC News’ fastest growing new ventures – with a dedicated audience of loyal users.

Intern candidates for theGrio should have a strong interest in African-American news and culture. They should have experience in web production, publishing and writing for the web, and editing on Avid. Experience shooting and producing original video content is preferred.

In a tight-knit and fast-paced work environment much like many Internet start-ups, theGrio’s interns will gain hands-on experience running the website. They will also have the opportunity to assist digital journalists and the site’s editors with pre-production, fieldwork and editing multiple 2 – 3 minute daily news packages that will live on the site – and are often broadcast on NBC affiliates and other platforms.

Interns are also relied upon for their social media skills. A high comfort level with Facebook and twitter is a must. Strong news judgment skills will be needed for monitoring the wires, web, and partners for content.

This is a non-paid position with an approximate end date of May 2011. Interns must receive college credit and must be able to work at least two days a week

To Apply

Please send resume, cover letter and any writing samples and/or video links to contributor@thegrio.com.

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Editorial Intern at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine — Scholastic

Editorial Intern at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine at Scholastic

2010-11-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine delivers focused content for moms of children from birth to 12 years old, helping them celebrate the "joy of family living and learning." Each issue delves into the topics that are important to busy working moms, with true-to-life content that includes: the development and well-being of her family, health, food, activities, travel, fashion, hot products, and community.

Job Description

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine is looking for a spring semester intern to start in January 2011.

Intern responsibilities include: Interview authors, actors, musicians, etc. for website; write product reviews and other small pieces for website; request product samples for photo shoots; respond to reader inquiries and requests; research and fact-checking; assist processing of author assignments and contracts; attend and contribute to staff meetings; attend and assist as needed at photo shoots and press events; provide general administrative support. Applicants must have strong research and writing skills.

Scholastic is located near the NYU campus on Broadway and Prince streets.

Hours: 2-4 full days per week, typically work 9-5
Start Date: January 2011
Interns must receive school credit for their work.

To Apply

Please e-mail a short cover letter and resume to ecallahan@scholastic.com

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Editorial Intern — The New York Observer

Editorial Intern at The New York Observer

2010-11-24 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New York Observer is New York's premiere weekly newspaper. For the past two decades, the salmon-colored paper has captured a loyal readership through its witty, irreverent, and opinionated coverage of New York politics, society, media, publishing, real estate, and arts and culture. Published every Wednesday, the newspaper's editorial team is led by distinguished journalist Kyle Pope.

Job Description

The New York Observer is looking for interns for the winter/spring semester (January - May).

The Observer's newsroom boasts a unique and tightly-knit culture that benefits from the energy and fearlessness of young reporters as well as from the experience and wisdom of editors. Interns are integrated into this environment, and into the weekly production cycle of the paper, where they have the opportunity to gain invaluable reporting and general newsroom experience. On deadline, interns are charged with fact-checking articles as they move from writer to editor to copy desk to production. Off deadline, interns are encouraged to become acquainted with editors and writers, get involved in longer-term projects, and do their own reporting and writing for the paper and its website, observer.com.

Applicants should have strong writing and reporting skills and some experience working in a newsroom (yes, school publications count, although experience at a professional paper or magazine is preferable). All interns must be available to work a minimum of two days (or 16 hours) per week.

To Apply

Please send a resume and writing samples, preferably reported news articles to Una LaMarche at ulamarche@observer.com

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WEB NEWS Intern, "Need to Know" on PBS/WNET.org — WNET/PBS

WEB NEWS Intern, "Need to Know" on PBS/WNET.org at WNET/PBS

2010-11-22 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

"Need to Know" is a weekly national newsmagazine produced by WNET, the New York PBS member station.

Job Description

PBS's newest newsmagazine show is seeking a talented journalism intern for its daily website.

The web intern will: assist web editors with story research, booking, social media outreach, posting video, and a variety of tasks related to running the site, as well as short writing assignments. Interns with a broadcast journalism focus might also shoot and edit video.

The ideal candidate has proven reporting and writing skills and great story ideas. We are seeking someone who really gets the web and wants to write for a web audience. The ability to shoot video and a strong working knowledge of Final Cut Pro are pluses. Boundless enthusiasm a must.

This is a solid hands-on internship in which to develop job skills and start to build a portfolio.

The internship is unpaid but can be done for credit, lasts three months, and requires at least 15 hours a week.

To Apply

Please send a resume, plus links to three writing and/or video samples via e-mail.

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Intern for The Book Bench — The New Yorker

Intern for The Book Bench at The New Yorker

2010-11-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New Yorker magazine has a popular and ever-expanding Web site, which features much original reporting and criticism.

Job Description

Interns for the Book Bench, the literary blog of The New Yorker magazine, write book reviews and other book-related items, conduct author interviews, report on literary events, and assist in aggregation and ideas generation. The internship pays a stipend of $12/day, with a minimum requirement of two days a week. They work closely with one of the magazine's editors. We are looking for interns for the spring semester (who can begin in January).

To Apply

Applicants are asked to provide a resume, one sample blog post (on any topic of their choosing), and one sample "In the News" post. The blog can be viewed at http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/

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Intern in Istanbul, Turkey — The Hurriyet Daily News & Economic Review (formerly The Turkish Daily News)

Intern in Istanbul, Turkey at The Hurriyet Daily News & Economic Review (formerly The Turkish Daily News)

2010-11-19 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Hurriyet Daily News is Turkey's most influential English-language daily. It's a member of the Doğan Media Group, Turkey's largest, and one of the largest publishing conglomerates in Europe.

Doğan owns seven daily newspapers, three national TV channels, more than two dozen magazines and one of Turkey's top book publishers. It also runs the 600-employee Doğan News Agency.

The Istanbul-based Daily News maintains full-time bureaus in the Turkish cities of Ankara, Antalya and Izmir, and in Washington, D.C.

Job Description

You'll spend one summer month, from June 23-July 21, 2011, working as a part-time reporter at Turkey’s oldest English-language daily http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/

You'll be assigned by the editors; receive the assistance of an interpreter; and produce stories under the joint supervision of Daily News editors and ieiMedia faculty.

This internship runs in conjunction with The Istanbul Project http://ieimedia.com/blog/the-istanbul-project a taught program in foreign reporting in Istanbul. Interns stay in program accommodations, and are welcome, though not obligated, to attend all classes and program activities. They also receive reporting guidance, and any other necessary assistance, from program faculty.

To Apply

Please fill out this application http://ieimedia.com/blog/common-application-2 and check "Internship in Istanbul." Then email mdambrosio@ieimedia.com to state your preferred internship.

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BET News Spring 2011 — BET Networks

BET News Spring 2011 at BET Networks

2010-11-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About BET Networks

BET Networks, a division of Viacom Inc. (NYSE: VIA) (NYSE: VIA.B), is the nation's leading provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming for the African-American audience. The primary BET channel reaches more than 98 million households and can be seen in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and sub-Saharan Africa. BET is the dominant African-American consumer brand with a diverse group of business extensions: BET.com, a leading Internet destination for Black entertainment, music, culture, and news; CENTRIC, a 24-hour entertainment network targeting the 25- to 54-year-old African-American audience; BET Digital Networks - BET Gospel and BET Hip Hop, attractive alternatives for cutting-edge entertainment tastes; BET Home Entertainment, a collection of BET-branded offerings for the home environment including DVDs and video-on-demand; BET Event Productions, a full-scale event management and production company with festivals and live events spanning the globe; BET Mobile, which provides ringtones, games and video content for wireless devices; and BET International, which operates BET in the United Kingdom and oversees the extension of BET network programming for global distribution.

Job Description

BET News is currently recruiting for the Spring 2011 internship program beginning January 31, 2011.
Each BET News Intern will be required to perform the following tasks: • Show Research • Transcriptions • Create Show Binders • Pull Footage • Create/Update Production Calendars • Petty Cash Reconciliation • Production assist with shoots • Create tape logs
Please note that in addition to the above tasks there are administrative duties that must be completed (i.e. filing, ordering office supplies, creating travel packs, production runs and overall office up keep).

To Apply

The deadline for application submission is December 17th 2010. Please email Lystine Cush at lystine.cush@bet.net to apply.

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Spring Features Intern — VOGUE Magazine

Spring Features Intern at VOGUE Magazine

2010-11-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

VOGUE Magazine is the world's preeminent fashion publication.

Job Description

VOGUE Features Internship

The VOGUE Features department is seeking an exceptional student to intern in the office for two to three days a week. As an editorial intern for VOGUE, you will be part of the inner workings of the magazine and required to balance several projects at a time. The ability to multitask and to work with enthusiasm and discretion is essential.

This is a unique opportunity to engage with the world’s most influential fashion magazine; as such, candidates must be willing to go above and beyond our expectations. We are looking for someone who can follow instructions clearly but is also capable of thinking on their feet and taking initiative.

Qualifications:

- Working knowledge of current fashion trends and designers
- Impeccable writing skills and an eye for detail
- Adaptable; no task should be too big or too small
- Highly organized, efficient and eager to learn
- Journalism experience preferred but not essential

While the internship is unpaid, we do offer a daily stipend and academic credit – along with the invaluable experience of working at VOGUE.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter, resume and any writing samples you believe will support your application to voguefeaturesintern@gmail.com

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Spring Editorial Internship — Psychology Today Magazine

Spring Editorial Internship at Psychology Today Magazine

2010-11-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Psychology Today is devoted exclusively to everybody's favorite subject: ourselves. Founded in 1967, Psychology Today covers all aspects of human behavior and mental health, from the workings of the mind to the bonds between people and the larger cultural forces that drive our most intimate decisions. The bimonthly magazine reaches about 3 million readers.

Job Description

Psychology Today has an excellent opportunity for a few smart and talented editorial interns at our office in New York. We are a small staff, so you'll be a key member of the team. Duties include working closely with editors on story research and special projects, light clerical work, writing news stories for PT's Web site, web-related work including HTML and data loading, and proofing copy. Interns also pitch story ideas and write short articles for the magazine. They typically receive two or three bylines per issue. Background in psychology not mandatory, but a plus. We're looking for interns who can write clear and engaging prose and have a real interest in human behavior. Must be able to juggle several tasks at once and work autonomously. Position runs January through May/June, three or more days a week. Position includes a small daily stipend.

To Apply

To apply: send resume, cover letter, and two clips to Andi Bartz at andi@psychologytoday.com by Monday, November 22.

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NY Daily News Features Intern — New York Daily News

NY Daily News Features Intern at New York Daily News

2010-11-05 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The New York Daily News is New York City's biggest hometown newspaper, reaching hundreds and thousands to millions every day.

Job Description

New York Daily News seeks part-time spring interns for the features department. Candidates need not have experience at a daily publication, but should be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, multitask and think on their feet. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to learn how a daily works. Interns will be responsible for updating events on our website, calendar listings, image research, call-ins for fashion spreads, organization/assistance during fashion week, working with our photo desk, writing our wedding column, some street reporting, plus plenty of other tasks once interns prove they can handle them. The position is unpaid but students will receive school credit and valuable experience. The internship is for Spring.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter, resume and 2-3 clips or writing samples to Patty Lee and David Yi at NYDNFeatIntern@gmail.com. Application deadline is: Nov 12, 2010.

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Editorial internships — The Chronicle of Higher Education

Editorial internships at The Chronicle of Higher Education

2010-11-03 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.

Based in Washington, D.C., The Chronicle has more than 70 full-time writers and editors, as well as 17 foreign correspondents around the world.

Online, The Chronicle is published every weekday and is the top destination for news, advice, and jobs for people in academe. The Chronicle's Web site features the complete contents of the latest issue; daily news and advice columns; thousands of current job listings; an archive of previously published content; vibrant discussion forums; and career-building tools such as online CV management, salary databases, and more.

The Chronicle's audited Web-site traffic is routinely more than 12 million pages a month, seen by more than one million unique visitors.

In print, The Chronicle is published in two sections: Section A, which contains news and jobs, and The Chronicle Review, a magazine of arts and ideas. Subscribers also receive a special Almanac of Higher Education once a year, two supplements on forthcoming events in academe, and other special reports. The print version is also available as a digital edition.

The newspaper is subscribed to by more than 70,000 academics and has a total readership of 350,000.

The Chronicle appears weekly in print except for every other week during June, July, and August, and the last three weeks in December (a total of 42 issues a year).

The Chronicle is a nine-time finalist for the National Magazine Awards, and one of its columnists was a finalist for a 2005 Pulitzer Prize. The Chronicle has also received honors from the Education Writers Association, the Society of News Design, the EPpy Awards, and the Webby Awards, among others. (Click here for a complete listing.) In 2007 The Chronicle was ranked in the 10 most credible news sources by Erdos & Morgan, a widely used survey of thought leaders in the United States. The Utne Reader that year named The Chronicle for "best political coverage" among independent newspapers.

Job Description

The Chronicle of Higher Education offers three internship sessions each year: winter/spring, summer, and fall.

The paper is currently seeking interns for the summer 2011 session, which will begin in June. The internships are full-time in our Washington, D.C., office and will last through August. In addition to a $500 weekly stipend, academic credit can often be arranged.

Three interns will be hired; we are looking for both undergraduates and recent graduates. The Chronicle is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to maintaining a diverse work force.

In addition, The Chronicle is offering a Diversity Internship to give current undergraduates and recent college graduates the opportunity to gain professional experience at the No. 1 source for news about higher education. The program aims to help bring greater diversity to the field of journalism by reaching out to students who are members of minority groups underrepresented in the industry. Applicants for this internship must have a strong interest in pursuing a career in journalism, and should note on their application that they are applying for The Chronicle of Higher Education's Diversity Internship.

All the interns will have the same primary responsibilities: reporting and writing daily news articles for The Chronicle's Web site (which usually appear subsequently in print), writing news articles for other sections of the newspaper, and doing research for special projects. There is very little grunt work. Interns who prove themselves as reporters and writers are often asked to write full-length features.

The Chronicle places a premium on reporting that is accurate and writing that shines. All writing, including that done by staff reporters, is carefully edited. Interns typically leave with a set of strong, varied clips.

To Apply

Requirements: Experience writing for publication, either at a student newspaper or a professional publication, is required. Candidates with previous internships and deadline-reporting experience are preferred. Applications must be received by 4 p.m. on Fr

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Editorial Interns — mediabistro.com

Editorial Interns at mediabistro.com

2010-11-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

mediabistro.com is a community of media professionals that has grown over 13 years with tremendous good will. We're a small, fast growing company with offices in Manhattan. mediabistro.com is a division of WebMediaBrands Inc.

Our Vision: A vibrant place for creative and content industry professionals (media people) to come for fulfillment of their professional aspirations and social needs. A crossroads of commerce, marketplaces and career paths; a center of teaching; a source of inspiration and fun that generates a shared identity and feeling of connectedness between media people and their chosen profession.

Job Description

Editorial Interns, mediabistro.com


mediabistro.com's growing editorial department seeks ambitious interns to assist its news and features team in our New York City office. Intern will regularly assist department with copy editing, proofreading, article production, and story research. Intern will learn about the world of digital journalism by gaining practice with HTML, blogging, social media, and viral marketing and will also have the opportunity to cover media events for our FishbowlNY blog.

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about having the opportunity to gain experience in writing, copy editing, and reporting according to AP style. He or she should also be familiar with mediabistro.com’s content and have a passion for all things media. Familiarity with HTML and blogging platforms is preferred. Availability to work flexible hours for event coverage as needed is a plus.

To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume within the body of the email. No attachments, no phone calls. You MUST be able to receive academic credit for this internship and work in our New York City office; please confirm that you meet both of these criteria in your

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Intern — Talking Points Memo

Intern at Talking Points Memo

2010-10-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Talking Points Memo is the flagship blog of TPM Media LLC, which also publishes TPMmuckraker, TPMDC, TPMtv and TPMCafe. Founder and editor Josh Marshall began publishing Talking Points Memo during the 2000 Florida vote recount. The site specializes in original reporting on government and politics and offers breaking news coverage, investigative reporting, high profile guest bloggers and a book club.

Job Description

TPM interns in our New York office are involved in every aspect of our operation and have a hand in everything we do. They work alongside our reporters to write and break stories, help our editors keep a finger on the pulse of the news day, and produce all kinds of digital media from youtube clips to mash-up photographs. The interns also attend weekly brown bag lunches with reporters, editors and publishing staff to learn the ins and outs of the new media business.

Half of our current staff is made up of former TPM interns. Others have moved on to jobs in new and old media alike, working for Think Progress, The New Republic, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, The New York Sun, The New Yorker, The Washington Post and more.

In early 2009 we introduced our new Editorial Fellows program. A limited number of interns are invited to join our Editorial Fellows program, which runs an additional three (3) to six (6) months and comes with a stipend.

Because each intern is encouraged to work in multiple parts of our operation, it's important that applicants have a basic understanding of new media technologies (blogging, youtube, etc.) and a desire and ability to learn quickly.

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to talk@talkingpointsmemo.com

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Broadcast Intern — Al Jazeera English

Broadcast Intern at Al Jazeera English

2010-10-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Drawing on the legacy of the groundbreaking Al Jazeera Arabic channel, Al Jazeera English (AJE) was launched on November 15, 2006 to more than 80 million households worldwide. The 24-hour news and current affairs channel, is the first international English-language news channel to broadcast across the globe from the Middle East. Al Jazeera English’s global footprint continues to grow and now broadcasts to more than 200 million households on 6 continents in more than 100 countries.

Al Jazeera English is broadcast from four strategic broadcast centers: Doha, Kuala Lumpur, London, and Washington, DC. Unlike other international channels, Al Jazeera English’s broadcast shifts as the world turns providing the most comprehensive and contextual news coverage. Al Jazeera English’s mission is to provide independent, impartial news for an international audience and to offer a voice to a diversity of perspectives from under-reported regions.

In addition, the channel aims to balance the information flow between the South and the North. The channel of reference for the Middle East and Africa, AJE has unique access to some of the world’s most troubled and controversial locations. AJE’s determination and ability to accurately reflect the truth on the ground in regions torn by conflict and poverty has set our content apart.

Job Description

Al Jazeera English is seeking an intern in our New York/United Nations bureau. The intern will help produce live interviews, news packages and feature stories. Responsibilities include research, pitching stories, attending press conferences, and helping with anything in the field. Other duties include technical tasks such as logging tape, researching archival footage, light editing on Final Cut Pro, coordinating transmissions of tape to other bureaus, and limited administrative work. Interest in international news is required.

The position is part-time for 3 months. Hours will vary depending on news of the day, but a normal day begins at 9am and ends at 5pm.

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to Benedict Moran at benedict.moran@aljazeera.net.

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Editorial/Production Intern — Us Weekly

Editorial/Production Intern at Us Weekly

2010-10-18 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Us Weekly Online | UsMagazine.com

Job Description

UsMagazine.com (the online arm of Us Weekly) is looking for interns (credit only) to assist the online team in developing daily content. The Editorial/Production Intern duties will include - but are not limited to - assisting editors with uploading copy to content tool, updating archived content and some writing. HTML experience a MUST. This internship position requires a 15-20 hr/wk commitment. If you can not commit to that many hours please do NOT apply.

To Apply

Interested candidates can e-mail their resumes and two writing samples to Allison.Corneau@usmagazine.com

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Online Editorial Intern — VICE//The Creators Project

Online Editorial Intern at VICE//The Creators Project

2010-09-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Creators Project, a new art and technology website from VICE and Intel, is looking to hire a part-time intern to work out of our Williamsburg offices. The position is unpaid and credit is not required).

Job Description

Responsibilities include: Blogging, administrative tasks, research, image data entry, image editing, using a content management system, and other tasks associated with running a heavily trafficked online magazine.

Requirements: You should have an active interest in art, technology, and the innovative ways they intersect in contemporary culture. Strong writing, organizational and research skills are a must. Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop preferred. Experience with video production and/or Final Cut Pro is a plus.

To Apply

Please email your resume and a letter of interest to Julia@thecreatorsproject.com to apply.

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Freelance Financial News Producer — Thompson Reuters

Freelance Financial News Producer at Thompson Reuters

2010-09-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Major news organization seeking a highly motivated multi-skilled individual to produce in English for a Chinese TV channel client. The candidate must have excellent writing skills and a keen eye for identifying relevant market news and business stories for China along with occasional feature news. The producer will work inside the news organization along side on-air talent. Duties will include: writing scripts, booking guests, editing for the daily broadcast and for packages. Experience editing in avid is preferred. Camera skills would be a plus.

To Apply

Please email a copy of your resume to Elizabeth Koraca
at: elizabeth.koraca@thomsonreuters.com

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Docu-TV Development Intern — Embassy Row Productions

Docu-TV Development Intern at Embassy Row Productions

2010-09-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Embassy Row Productions, a leader in nonfiction TV programming, is seeking a Development intern to help research compelling topics and people for our documentary division. We create & produce series, specials, and films. You must excel at research via the web, in person, and through print and other media.

To Apply

Email resume to Mike Fitzgerald at erfactual@gmail.com

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Online Journalist/Editor — Patch.com

Online Journalist/Editor at Patch.com

2010-09-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

How would you like to run your own local news operation—a robust, relevant site that makes a real difference in people's lives? With Patch, a company owned by AOL Time-Warner, you can make it happen. We're radically reinventing community journalism and looking for passionate people to help us bring the spirit of hometown news to the internet.

We're currently seeking smart, innovative journalists to join our team as full-time online editors. When you join us, you'll run your own news site, with control over all that goes into it—and with a network of colleagues and innovative technology to support you. As a Patch local editor, you'll be helping to build your community by providing the hyper-local news and information that makes your town unique.

To Apply

Patch welcomes journalists from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, including those just starting their careers. If you're interested in taking a lead role in defining the future of online journalism, learn more and apply at Patch.com/jobs.

Patch i

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Editorial Intern — BlackBook Media

Editorial Intern at BlackBook Media

2010-09-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

BlackBook Media Corp.'s editorial department is looking for motivated and responsible interns for the fall semester to begin immediately.

Our interns get a very well-rounded experience in the world of publishing and get the chance to participate in all facets of BMC.

While the internship is unpaid, we offer many opportunities for our interns to have a tangible impact on BlackBook and really take something away from their experience. We have a relatively small staff, and our interns get the opportunity to showcase their potential. BlackBook always looks to hire current/former interns for freelance and full-time positions, so this internship is a great way to show what you've got to offer to the people who make the decisions.

A typical intern works 3 days a week from 10 to 6. That being said, we realize that most interns have classes and/or part-time jobs so we are VERY flexible when it comes to your schedule.

Exceptional social and organizational skills as well as experience with Microsoft Office are essential.

Must be a Junior, Senior or Graduate student.

For more information check out our website at www.bbook.com.

To Apply

Please email all resumes to jsegal@bbook.com.

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Interactive Intern — News 12 Networks

Interactive Intern at News 12 Networks

2010-09-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Interactive intern will need a flexible schedule and hours.

The Interactive (Website) Department Intern should be a versatile self-starter, excited about producing news and will cover "beat" and general assignments. Eager to learn and work with a team of experienced professionals, the intern should possess an eye for visual presentation, will produce stories, generate images and video, and provide hyperlinks as needed.

Intern instruction will be from the Interactive Journalists. Occasionally the Intern Coordinator will also instruct and assist the intern.

Work performance will be evaluated by those directly working with the intern and the Intern Coordinator. Evaluation will be given at the end of the internship.

2 – 3 days per week, M-F, hours vary

Qualifications Preferred majors: Journalism-either Broadcast or Print, Communications

To be eligible for this internship, you must be able to receive college credit. This internship is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply for an internship:
Visit our career website at www.cablevision.jobs
Click on "Search All Jobs"
Click on "Search Openings"
Select "Internship" in Area of Interest
Create a profile, upload your resume and apply for the internship(s) in which you ar

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Reporter Assistant Intern — News 12 Networks

Reporter Assistant Intern at News 12 Networks

2010-09-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Reporter Assistant intern will need a flexible schedule and hours.

Some duties for the Reporter Assistant intern may include answering phone calls and taking messages, making follow-up phone calls and doing preliminary research with the agencies involved on each story idea, handling tape and script requests, looking for file tape, logging tapes, watching news feeds and occasionally help out in the field on a shoot with putting a story together.

Intern instruction will be directly from the Reporter. Occasionally, the Intern Coordinator will also instruct and assist the intern.

Work performance will be evaluated by the Reporter and will be given at the end of the internship.

Hours vary M – F

Qualifications Preferred majors: Broadcasting, Journalism, Communications

To be eligible for this internship, you must be able to receive college credit. This internship is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply for an internship:
Visit our career website at www.cablevision.jobs
Click on "Search All Jobs"
Click on "Search Openings"
Select "Internship" in Area of Interest
Create a profile, upload your resume and apply for the internship(s) in which you ar

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Assignment Desk Intern — News 12 Networks

Assignment Desk Intern at News 12 Networks

2010-09-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Assignment Desk intern will need a flexible schedule and hours.

Some duties for the Assignment Desk intern include handling the phone-in story tips; directing leads; opening and filing mail-in story tips; maintaining daily scheduling logs and monitoring the police radio scanner.

Intern instruction will be from the Assignment Desk Editors on that shift. Occasionally the Intern Coordinator will also instruct and assist the intern.

Work performance will be evaluated by those directly working with the intern and the Intern Coordinator. Evaluation will be given at the end of the internship.

Hours may include:
Monday through Friday -
3:30 AM – 11:30 AM

To Apply

Visit our career website at www.cablevision.jobs
Click on "Search All Jobs"
Click on "Search Openings"
Select "Internship" in Area of Interest
Create a profile, upload your resume and apply for the internship(s) in which you are interested.

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Internship — AOL - Asylum.com

Internship at AOL - Asylum.com

2010-09-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Asylum Network, AOL's network of men's lifestyle websites is seeking a creative, organized and internet-savvy intern. The sites cover news, pop culture, comics, tech, style, science, food, sex, relationships, and more, all with a strong shot of personality. Asylum.com is the largest men's lifestyle site on the Web.

Job Description

We're looking for a quick study who can help with editorial and programming tasks, with an emphasis on production and behind-the-scenes functions, including:


* Site updates and daily site maintenance

* Content production, including image cropping, text formatting, and cross promotional linking

* Data collection, management, and generating web statistics reports

* Daily monitoring of news, blogs, and web trends

* Social media assistance

* Assistance with events and marketing

Should be familiar with a combination of subject matters within the Asylum Network, including men's media, humor websites, what's buzzing on the Internet, comic books, science fiction, pop culture, street fashion and trends, as well as best practices of blogging, social media, and viral marketing. A sense of humor will prove to be extremely handy.

Qualifications

* Interest in online media and internet-based businesses.

* Communications, or Journalism preferred


* Superior communications skills, both oral and written

* Well organized, able to multi-task, able to prioritize with minimal direction

* Able to follow up with project partners to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverables, strong organizational skills

* Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment

To Apply

Please submit a resume, cover letter and contact information to:

Gordon Hurd
Managing Editor, Asylum.com

asylumdotcom@gmail.com

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Associate Producer, Freakonomics Radio — New York Public Radio

Associate Producer, Freakonomics Radio at New York Public Radio

2010-09-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WNYC, American Public Media and Marketplace are teaming up to bring "the hidden side of everything" to public radio. This effort -- online, on-air and through an already-popular podcast -- will create regular programming for Marketplace's national radio audience, a weekly podcast and a series of special programs each year. Hosted by Stephen Dubner, the co-author of "Freakonomics" and "SuperFreakonomics," these stories will dive into the things you think you know but don't and the things you didn't think you want to know about, but do.

Job Description

Successful candidates for the Associate Producer position will be independent and creative thinkers with strong communication skills, seeking to discover new stories of the way the world works. Applicants should have a love of the sciences, from economics to sociology to medicine, a creative spirit and a desire to bring these stories to diverse, demanding and new audiences on public radio and online.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

-Play a central creative role in all aspects of production of Freakonomics Radio content, from Marketplace to podcasts to live events, longer-format special programs and a web site
-Work with the Executive Producer to identify and develop story ideas in academic research, news reports, underreported events, and everyday life
-Assist with editorial research, including research and pre-interviews of potential sources
-Write precise and thoughtful background materials for host to conduct interviews
-Identify and interview sources who can contribute to the project's programming. Arrange and record those interviews.
-Audio production to prepare material for broadcast, including recording interviews, transferring and editing audio, duplication, and archiving, as well as preparing the show's podcast
-Develop and expand the show's circle of collaborators and researchers, giving their work a voice and an audience.
-Write blog posts, and other editorial and reporting responsibilities as assigned.
-Assist with preparation of editorial material (audio, text, photographs) for online use
-Assist with organizational support, including production schedules, completion of necessary paperwork and documentation, and cataloguing of materials necessary to productions
-Comply with New York Public Radio and show policies and guidelines
-This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods; requires ability to work extended hours as needed
-Perform occasional field reporting and/or recording. Must be able to work remotely on occasion
-Work on special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

-Bachelors Degree or satisfactory equivalent required
-Minimum two years prior professional experience in journalism, not necessarily in radio.
-An inclination or appreciation for of contrarian thinking, and proven ability to generate inimitable and rare story ideas.
-An appreciation of, if not an addiction to, the Freakonomics blog, books (and perhaps podcast).
-Ability to work independently to develop ideas and sources
-Fastidious and extensive research skills required
-Ability to meet objectives under deadline pressure required
-Excellent communication skills�both oral and written�with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
-Experience working on live event or live radio production desired, but not required
-A strong interest in news and media. Radio listener (public and commercial) preferred
-Experience with audio editing software (ProTools and DAVID, or like applications) is a bonus, but not required
-High comfort level with Microsoft Office, especially Excel
-Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other programming staff, executives at New York Public Radio, colleagues, sources and guests
-Ability to perform the essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation
This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between New York Public Radio and AFTRA.

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "Assoc Prod, Freakonomics 2010" and your last name in the subject line.

New York Public Radio must receive all information requested

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Production Assistant, Freakonomics Radio — New York Public Radio

Production Assistant, Freakonomics Radio at New York Public Radio

2010-09-20 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

WNYC, American Public Media and Marketplace are teaming up to bring "the hidden side of everything" to public radio. This effort -- online, on-air and through an already-popular podcast -- will create regular programming for Marketplace's national radio audience, a weekly podcast and a series of special programs each year. Hosted by Stephen Dubner, the co-author of "Freakonomics" and "SuperFreakonomics," these stories will dive into the things you think you know but don't and the things you didn't think you want to know about, but do.

Job Description

WNYC seeks a Production Assistant to help turn academic research, underreported events, and everyday life into unforgettable stories for this public radio project. The successful candidate will have an active and inquisitive mind and a desire to bring unforgettable stories to a diverse and demanding audience.

This position will be responsible for research and production duties, and requires outstanding communication with a small staff of producers and a host working toward multiple deadlines. The successful candidate must be a self-starter, and thrive in a collaborative, innovation-focused work environment.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

- Contribute to and assist with Identifying and developing story ideas for all aspects of Freakonomics Radio programming, including Marketplace, podcasts, live events, longer-format special programs and a web site
- Assist with editorial research in a wide variety of sources, including academic journals, news reports, reference materials, online sources, archives, and pre-interviews of potential sources
- Create, maintain, analyze and report with data sources that will inform the show's work, such as academic findings and public records
- Write precise and thoughtful background materials for host to conduct interviews
- Identify and interview sources who can contribute to the project's programming. Arrange and record those interviews.
- Audio production to prepare material for broadcast, including recording interviews, transferring and editing audio, duplication, and archiving, as well as preparing the show's podcast
- Write blog posts as assigned
- Assist with preparation of editorial material (audio, text, photographs) for online use
- Assist with organizational support including production schedules, completion of necessary paperwork and documentation, and cataloguing of materials necessary to productions
- Comply with New York Public Radio and department policies and guidelines
- This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods; requires ability to work extended hours/overtime as needed, including some evenings and weekends
- Perform occasional field reporting and/or recording. Must be able to work remotely on occasion
- Special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

- One year work experience, in any field, including post-graduate academic research (radio experience not required)
- Ability to prioritize and handle several projects at once and meet objectives under deadline pressure required
- An inclination or appreciation for contrarian thinking
- An appreciation of, if not an addiction to, the Freakonomics blog, books (and perhaps podcast)
- A track record of accuracy and attention to detail
- Excellent organizational skills
- A comfort level with data-processing programs, such as Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access
- Requires ability to work in a group environment, and to take direction well
- Excellent communication skills�both oral and written�with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
- Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other programming staff, executives at New York Public Radio, colleagues, sources and guests
- Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation

This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between New York Public Radio and AFTRA.

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "Prod Asst, Freakonomics 2010" and your last name in the subject line.

New York Public Radio must receive all information requested i

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Managing Editor, WYNC.org — New York Public Radio

Managing Editor, WYNC.org at New York Public Radio

2010-09-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

New York Public Radio is New York's premier public radio franchise, comprising WNYC FM, WNYC AM, and WQXR, as well as www.wnyc.org and www.wqxr.org. As America's most listened-to AM/FM news and talk public radio stations, reaching 1.1 million listeners every week, WNYC extends New York City's cultural riches to the entire country on-air and online, and presents the best national offerings from networks National Public Radio, Public Radio International, American Public Media, and the British Broadcasting Company. WNYC 93.9 FM broadcasts a wide range of daily news, talk, cultural and music programming, while WNYC AM 820 maintains a stronger focus on breaking news and international news reporting. Classical 105.9 WQXR is New York City's sole 24-hour classical music station, presenting new and landmark classical recordings as well as live concerts from the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, among other New York City venues, immersing listeners in the city's rich musical life. In addition to its audio content, New York Public Radio produces content for live, radio and web audiences from The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, the station's street-level multipurpose, multiplatform broadcast studio and performance space. For more information about WQXR, visit www.wqxr.org
To Apply:

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "Managing Editor" and your last name in the subject line.

New York Public Radio must receive all information requested in order to consider your candidacy.

Qualified candidates only please. No calls, no third-party submissions.

Due to the high volume of submissions, we are able to respond only to the candidates selected for interview. We appreciate your interest in employment with New York Public Radio.

New York Public Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites and encourages qualified applicants from all walks of life.

Job Description

The Managing Editor holds the strategic vision for developing and curating content for the WNYC Web site, with a focus on local, regional and national news presented with a New York perspective and highlighting topics that are driving the daily "New York Conversation."

S/he provides leadership, manages and coordinates activities with the WNYC newsroom and WNYC-produced local and national shows, continues the evolution, development and placement of coverage online, executes the goal for diverse voices and perspectives on the site and on the staff and influences a talented editorial team in ongoing development and daily execution of online content.

The Managing Editor is responsible for delivering content that is viable, sustainable and meets the mission and goals of WNYC and the promise to readers and listeners. S/he will lead the effort to make Web coverage a necessary and transformative daily experience as part of the most inclusive gathering place in news media.

The Managing Editor reports to the Director of Editorial Operations for Digital.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

-Manage WNYC.org's daily updates and workflow, including overseeing the creation of original web content, text editing and programming content for the WNYC site, including articles, blog posts, mobile news content, social media content, tools, polls and other content
-Manage digital news staff, including full time and per diem employees. Assign stories and projects, prioritize tasks
-Manage the WNYC homepage
-Manage the WNYC online news budget
-Develop and maintain strategic content partnerships
-Contribute to ongoing Digital Programming department strategic planning process
-Define and grow the WNYC.org audience
-Maintain awareness of industry trends and competitive landscape, including mobile news trends, design, content, user interface, social media, information architecture of public broadcasting and other media and news and information web sites
-Serve as liaison between digital news team and the other news and show teams
-Comply with all New York Public Radio and department policies and guidelines
-This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
-Ability to work extended hours as needed, including some evenings and weekends, and may be required to be on-call at times
-Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

-Bachelor's degree required
-10 years print or online Journalism experience, required
-5 years experience in Internet/New Media production, preferred
-Prior management experience, required
-News writing, reporting and copy editing, required
-Impeccable journalistic integrity and editorial judgment, required
-Familiarity with social media tools and crowd sourcing, required
-Ability to develop a comprehensive vision and lead others toward it, required
-Strong web production skills: including HTML and familiarity with digital content management systems, required
-Graphics Production, Image Optimization, required
-Familiarity with Internet production software: Photoshop, etc., required
-Interactive Media production: Flash, Audio, Streaming Media, preferred
-Willingness and ability to learn new skills and concepts as necessary, preferred
-Proven ability to meet deadlines, ability to pay attention to detail, required
-Ability to manage several projects concurrently, build timelines, produce task lists and write technical requirements, required
-Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other digital media staff, executives at New York Public Radio and colleagues
-Excellent communication skills--both oral and written--with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply

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Web Production Intern —

Web Production Intern at

2010-09-16 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Daily Beast is a website dedicated to news and commentary, culture and entertainment. Created by Tina Brown and IAC, The Daily Beast curates the webs best content and offers fresh works from its own talented roster of contributors. The Daily Beast is an operating business of IAC (Nasdaq: IACI).

IAC operates leading and diversified businesses in sectors being transformed by the internet, online and offline... our mission is to harness the power of interactivity to make daily life easier and more productive for people all over the world. To view a full list of the companies of IAC please visit our website at http://iac.com. IAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Description

Internship Description:

The Daily Beast is looking for a Web Production Intern to post and edit articles. The Intern will be responsible for receiving final copy of articles and posting them live to the website. They will also look for and fix stylistic/grammatical errors on the site as well as making any changes requested by the editorial or production staff. In addition, the Intern will be responsible for moderating comments on the website.

Requirements:

Our ideal candidate will be tech savvy, have a strong grasp of basic editing and style guidelines (such as AP and MLA) and experience or interest in news and journalism. Current undergrad or recent graduate preferred.

To Apply

Apply Here: http://www.apply-for-job.net/c/jobclick.cfm?site=9402&job=6848996

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Sports and Tech Editor For Latino / Hispanic Website for Guanabee Media. — Guanabee Media

Sports and Tech Editor For Latino / Hispanic Website for Guanabee Media. at Guanabee Media

2010-09-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Guanabee Media, publisher of Anyguey.com "The Ultimate Guy's Guide" is seeking a savvy writer for its sports and tech section. As Associate Editor you will be responsible for covering sports, tech and other male focused news items. If you have an obsession with soccer, gadgets, chichas and funny stuff and possess a sensitivity for Latino culture, this job is perfect for you.

Job Description

In this hands-on position you will be responsible for:

* Researching, writing and editing news stories that have national appeal for a young influential Latino audience.
* Write strong, authoritative headlines.
* Copy-edit own work
* Add context and perspective to news stories
* Help manage original content for the site, including conceiving of story ideas and working with writers.
* Report and observe trends in traffic figures
* Manage a network of contacts, publicists, freelancers, and tipsters

Qualifications:

* 1+ year of journalism experience
* Prior experience with blogging and content management systems
* Ability to write clearly and persuasively
* Familiarity with online media landscape
* Extremely detail-oriented, comfortable multi-tasking and balancing concurrent responsibilities and deadlines
* Keen interest in entertainment and pop culture
* Ability to work closely with a dedicated team of writers
* Excellent research, communication and organizational skills. Sound interesting? Send us a brief cover letter, your resume and a couple clips. Better yet, take a stab at a story from todays news that you find interesting. Write a piece under 500 words that summarizes the news, links to other sources, and puts everything into context. Add a strong headline too.

The ideal candidate will be located in New York. This is a work-at-home, 30 to 40-hour-per-week position. Pay is per post. Having a high-speed internet connection and a reliable, relatively new computer is a must.

Contact:
Daniel Mauser, Publisher
daniel@guanabee.com

To Apply

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News and Entertainment Editor For Latino / Hispanic Website for Guanabee Media — Guanabee Media

News and Entertainment Editor For Latino / Hispanic Website for Guanabee Media at Guanabee Media

2010-09-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Guanabee Media, publisher of Guanabee.com --"Spicy Coverage for Latinos" -- is seeking a savvy writer for its news and entertainment section. As Associate Editor you will be responsible for covering pop culture, news and Latino gossip items. If you have an obsession with entertainment, news and gossip and possess a sensitivity for Latino culture, this job is perfect for you.

Job Description

In this hands-on position you will be responsible for:
-Researching, writing and editing news stories that have national appeal for a young influential Latino audience.
-Write strong, authoritative headlines
-Copy-edit own work
-Add context and perspective to news stories
-Help manage original content for the site, including conceiving of story ideas and working with writers
-Report and observe trends in traffic figures
-Manage a network of contacts, publicists, freelancers, and tipsters

Qualifications:
- 1+ year of journalism experience
- Prior experience with blogging and content management systems
- Ability to write clearly and persuasively
- Familiarity with online media landscape
- Extremely detail-oriented, comfortable multi-tasking and balancing concurrent responsibilities and deadlines
- Keen interest in entertainment, culture, and fashion
-Ability to work closely with a dedicated team of writers
-Excellent research, communication and organizational skills Sound interesting? Send us a brief cover letter, your resume and a couple clips. Better yet, take a stab at a story from todays news that you find interesting. Write a piece under 500 words that summarizes the news, links to other sources, and puts everything into context. Add a strong headline too.

The ideal candidate will be This is a work-at-home, 30-hour-per-week position. Having a high-speed internet connection and a reliable, relatively new computer is a must.

To Apply

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Web Copy-Editor (Part Time) for Dowser — Dowser

Web Copy-Editor (Part Time) for Dowser at Dowser

2010-09-15 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Dowser (dowser.org) is a recently launched media organization that reports on social innovation, focusing on the question: Who is solving what and how? We highlight creative approaches to social change in order to help people understand how to build better communities and a better world. We envision a day in which everyone is as well-informed about potential solutions to social problems as they are about the problems themselves.

Job Description

We seek an Web Copy Editor with excellent editing skills, well-honed fact checking and research skills, familiarity with Wordpress, and an interest in the field of social innovation. The Web Copy Editor will copy edit and upload articles and interviews to dowser.org.

Based in New York City, this is a part-time position (16-24 hours/week at $15/hour).

Responsibilities • Copy edit all written content on the site; ensure consistency in Dowser's engaging, fresh tone • Manage administrative tasks associated with keeping content and publishing calendar
organized • Fact check interviews and articles • Follow Dowser's style guidelines • Upload all posts to Wordpress • Occasionally promote site content through social media

Additional Qualifications: • 1-2 years of copy editing experience, especially online • Knowledge of AP Style Guide • Detail-oriented • Experience as a blogger or writer • Familiarity with the landscape of social innovation • Comfortable with social media, Wordpress, and multimedia web content • Extremely organized and a self-starter • Creativity, flexibility and sense of humor needed to work at a fast-paced, start-up media
organization.

To Apply

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and two short editing samples (one-page articles and blog posts preferred) to jobs[@]dowser[dot]org with WEB COPY EDITOR in the subject. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis with position starting immediat

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Online Editorial Intern — LogoTV.com / MTV Networks

Online Editorial Intern at LogoTV.com / MTV Networks

2010-09-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Logo, MTV Networks' TV channel aimed at the LGBT audience (and their friends) needs online editorial interns for the fall 2010 semester to help create written and video content for our websites, which include LogoTV.com, NewNowNext.com (pop culture blog), 365Gay.com (news site) and TripOutGayTravel.com (travel editorial site). An interest in pop culture, and awareness of LGBT culture, news and politics is a big asset. Very strong writing and editorial skills needed. Ability to work quickly, under deadline. Video editing/shooting skills and profiency with Final Cut is a BIG bonus. To apply send resume and letter of interest (highlighting your talent and experience) to John Polly, Editor, LogoTV.com.

To Apply

To apply send resume and letter of interest (highlighting your talent and experience) to John Polly, Editor, LogoTV.com.

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Online Intern — SLAM Magazine

Online Intern at SLAM Magazine

2010-09-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

SLAM Magazine (SLAMonline.com) is in search of an online intern for the coming semester. Among other things, the intern, working closely with online editors, will help manage the website. Tasks will range from editing blog submissions, to corresponding with blog contributors, to helping expand SLAMonline's network of contributors, to working intensely with WordPress and HTML coding.

Requirements: First and foremost, the intern most love basketball and be familiar with SLAM Magazine. In terms of technical skills, proficiency in WordPress, Photoshop, basic HTML and major social media platforms will prove helpful.

To Apply

Please send an email to associate editor Tzvi Twersky (tzvi@harris-pub.com) expressing interest and listing pertinent qualifications (and if you have, past experience). After collecting submissions, Tzvi will contact a few applicants and set up interviews

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Video Blogger — The Daily Beast

Video Blogger at The Daily Beast

2010-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Daily Beast is a website dedicated to news and commentary, culture and entertainment. Created by Tina Brown and IAC, The Daily Beast curates the web's best content and offers fresh works from its own talented roster of contributors. The Daily Beast can be found online at thedailybeast.com and is an operating business of IAC (Nasdaq: IACI).

Job Description

We are seeking a Video Blogger to contribute to our video cheat sheet and write/edit aggregated video blogs. This is a job for someone with deep knowledge of political, entertainment, and celebrity news. A sharp point of view and writing that is ready for a national audience is essential.

The video blogger will scour the web for the buzziest viral videos, keep on top of breaking political news, and clip and edit the best moments from a variety of television programs. The ability to pick an interesting sound bite out of the cluttered media landscape is a must.

Knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, familiarity with a standard CMS, and basic HTML is a plus, but more important is outstanding news judgment and writing ability. Successful candidates will possess at least 1 -2 years experience working for a media organization.

This is a part time opportunity. Please include the days/times you would be available in your application.
Additional Requirements:

* Extensive knowledge of and interest in the news and entertainment industry and be well versed in celebrity news & current events
* Must have a great eye for compelling videos and can quickly select unique but relevant clips
* Must be available to work nights and weekends
* Desire to work in a diverse, start up environment

To Apply

Apply Here: http://www.apply-for-job.net/c/jobclick.cfm?site=9402&job=7159465

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Online editorial intern — Women's Health Magazine

Online editorial intern at Women's Health Magazine

2010-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Womenshealthmag.com looking for fall online intern to help with editorial duties, their monthly sweepstakes, product reviews, and more. Must be able to receive credit and work in our midtown offices. Can start anytime. Minimum 2-3 days a week, doesn't have to be full time (we can work with your sched). Thanks!

To Apply

email wintoday@womenshealthmag.com with resume and cover letter

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GothamGazette.com Editorial Internships — GothamGazette.com

GothamGazette.com Editorial Internships at GothamGazette.com

2010-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

For more than a century Citizens Union has worked to ensure local and state government values its citizens, addresses critical issues and operates in a fair, open and fiscally sound manner. Citizens Union Foundation, the nonprofit research and education organization affiliated with Citizens Union, monitors the deliberations and actions of government, conducts research and analyzes the impact of proposed public policy. Believing an informed and engaged citizenry is the cornerstone of good government, Citizens Union Foundation publishes www.GothamGazette.com, an award-winning web site covering the issues facing New York.

Job Description

GothamGazette.com is an online publication about New York City policy and politics. It is published each weekday by the Citizens Union Foundation of the City of New York, a good-government group. Gotham Gazette includes a daily digest of news about New York City, as well as original articles on issues and links and reference information for people interested in New York City. This fall, we will also be launching a new site on money in politics funded by the Knight Foundation. To view the site, go to http://gothamgazette.com/

Gotham Gazette has won a number of other awards, including 2003 and 2009 Online Journalism Awards for general excellence given by the Online News Association and an award from the New York Press Club for its issue-oriented reporting on the Bloomberg administration.

We offer a practical work environment to learn about journalism – particularly online journalism -- policy and politics.

Qualifications
• Writing, editing, research, interviewing and phone skills.
• Basic computer proficiency.
• Interest in New York City politics, policy and civic life.

Editorial interns do a variety of tasks involved in publishing Gotham Gazette and maintaining the website. These include some or all of the following:

• Cover public events and forums, including meetings of the New York City Council and its committees, public policy discussions and speeches
• Write articles
• Research articles and material for the web site, including links and articles archives
• Input data on campaign contributions and the like
• Provide entries for our blog, "The Wonkster"
• Provide research assistance to Gotham Gazette staff
• Update events calendar listings
• Proofread.

During the academic year, interns generally work 16 to 20 hours per week during normal business hours. We would expect you to stay a minimum of three months (or a semester) and can work with your academic institution regarding receiving credit. We do not pay interns.

To Apply

Please submit your application with a cover letter (in the text of your email) and writing sample as well as your resume. Let us know about what you would be interested in doing with us, when you hope to start and how much time you can spend with us.

Sen

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Programming Internship — The Lou Dobbs Radio Show

Programming Internship at The Lou Dobbs Radio Show

2010-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Lou Dobbs Show, a 3-hour national radio program syndicated by United Stations Radio Networks in New York City is seeking energetic and talented journalism interns to work on its daily radio program based in New York City. We're looking for interns who can thrive in the fast paced atmosphere of talk radio and have an interest and desire for talk radio, politics, current events, and journalism.

This non-paid internship is a hands on experience in the fast paced world of talk radio and includes reading, researching, and writing for the show as well as learning how all the moving parts of talk radio are put together. Interns are expected to work between 2-3 days a week for between 12-20 hours a week. Internships are offered during all semesters (spring, summer, fall, and winter) and candidates must be an undergraduate student, graduate student, or have graduated from college within the last year to be eligible.

To Apply

Interested candidates please email cover letters and resumes to Chad Wilkinson, Executive Producer, chad@loudobbsradio.com and James DiGiuseppe, Associate Producer, James@loudobbsradio.

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WeddingChannel.com Internship Fall 2010 — The Knot Inc.

WeddingChannel.com Internship Fall 2010 at The Knot Inc.

2010-09-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

WeddingChannel.com is looking for a fall-semester intern with a strong interest in online publishing. Your primary duties will include blogging, using the content management system, researching and working with photos in our online database, helping to coordinate the online community, and assisting in other general departmental projects. You will likely have additional opportunities to research, write, blog, tweet, and produce slideshows for our other online and print brands (including The Knot, The Nest, and The Bump).

You need to be tech- and Internet-savvy, a strong writer, able to handle multiple tasks, reliable, very organized, and not afraid to ask questions. You should also be experienced with Adobe Photoshop and the Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of HTML and CMS is preferred and an interest in weddings is helpful. Undergraduate emphasis in journalism, English, or communications is a plus but not required.

You must be able to receive course credit. A small stipend will be provided.

To Apply

To be considered, please make sure your cover letter and resume are included in the body of the email and send it to jobs@theknot.com. In addition, please use "WeddingChannel.com Intern Fall 2010" as the subject line. No phone calls, please.

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Associate Editor for Editors-Books/Journals, Publishing —

Associate Editor for Editors-Books/Journals, Publishing at

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Edits and writes research, promotional, and Web content, as assigned.

• Works collaboratively with Senior Editors to help determine the status and acceptability of incoming research manuscripts and to advise authors on any necessary revisions.

• Provides regular project updates and maintains project progress reports to facilitate communications among departments and to help ensure efficient trafficking.

• Edits and coordinates release of selected periodicals, including online newsletters

• Proofreads galleys and checks blues.

• Assists in developing and carrying out other Publishing group initiatives.

Requires: At least 6 years of work experience editing and writing — preferably a significant amount of it in print/Web business publishing environments. A strong communicator with excellent interpersonal, writing, and leadership skills. Detail-oriented, extremely organized, and able to manage multiple priorities and projects. Experienced in working with design and production staffs. Able to cultivate relationships with senior researchers and other authors. Proficient in MS Word; Quark and PowerPoint a plus.

To Apply

Provide cover letter and resume; (state job number and title in subject area of email)

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Online Editor for Patch.com — Patch.com

Online Editor for Patch.com at Patch.com

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

We're Patch.com, a start-up that's radically reinventing community journalism. We launched in February of 2009 and we currently operate dozens of sites; and now we're expanding again! We have won acclaim in the industry and coverage in The New York Times, Forbes Magazine, Bloomberg, NPR's "Talk of the Nation," "The News Hour with Jim Lehrer," and numerous industry blogs and Web sites.

Job Description

Patch.com is looking for smart, passionate people to join our team as full-time site editors. We see this as nothing less than the future of online journalism and think this just might be a job you'll brag about to your grand-kids.

Job responsibilities (to include, but not limited to):

Run a local news site – reporting, writing, editing, assigning, taking pictures and video, maintaining an events calendar, maintaining a database of local business listings, getting users involved, and liaising with important community figures.
Provide an invaluable source of trusted information that will improve people's lives.
Drive your site to become a landmark in the community.

Required skills:

Recent community journalism experience
Ability to manage, direct, and motivate a team of freelancers.
Ability to manage a budget
"Bull-doggish" reporting instincts and willingness to ask tough questions of important people
Experience in online journalism
Experience editing video, producing a Web site and/or excellent photography skills.
Must have a firm grasp of AP style.

Desired skills:

Passionate about the web, social networking, and of course community journalism
Be able to quickly grasp the interests, rhythms, and identity of a community.
Unparalleled organizational skills
Have great news judgment
Like working hard.

Educational background:

Degree from a J-School (preferred)
Degree in journalism or similar discipline
Ideal candidate will have been involved with their school paper as an editor or reporter
Unique requirements:

Must be a flexible, independent, self-starter – you'll work from home, the coffee shop, your car, the high school football game
Tools for the job … best of all we will provide them: including a laptop, video camera, police scanner, etc.

Must own a car

To Apply

Apply online at http://patch.alumwire.com/ct.php?id=1

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TheNest.com Editorial Internship Fall 2010 — The Knot Inc.

TheNest.com Editorial Internship Fall 2010 at The Knot Inc.

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

TheNest.com, the go-to site for young couples, is looking for a fall-semester intern with a strong interest in online publishing. Your primary duties will be writing short articles about a variety of topics, building articles and slideshows in Site Core, and assisting in other general departmental projects. You will likely have additional opportunities to research, write, blog, and produce slideshows for our other brands (including WeddingChannel.com, TheBump.com, and TheKnot.com and could occasionally assist with The Nest magazine.

You need to be tech- and Internet-savvy, a strong writer, able to handle multiple tasks, reliable, very organized, and not afraid to ask questions. You should also be proficient in HTML , Microsoft Office Suite, and Google Reader. Knowledge of CMS is preferred and an interest in home decor, cooking, money, and/or real estate is helpful. Undergraduate emphasis in journalism, English, or communications is a plus but not required. A $20 daily stipend and class credit will be provided.

To Apply

To be considered, please make sure your cover letter and resume are included in the body of the email and send it to jobs@theknot.com. In addition, please use "TheNest.com Intern Fall 2010" as the subject line. No phone calls, please.

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TheBump.com Internship Fall 2010 — The Knot Inc.

TheBump.com Internship Fall 2010 at The Knot Inc.

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Pregnancy and first-time parenthood website, TheBump.com, is looking for a fall-semester intern with a strong interest in online publishing. You will learn an incredible amount about how a website is run and maintained on a day-to-day basis by helping to build, update, and optimize articles, researching products and trends, and assisting in other general departmental projects. You will likely have additional opportunities to research and write articles and produce slideshows for TheBump.com and our other sites (including WeddingChannel.com, TheNest.com, and TheKnot.com) and assist with The Bump magazine.

You need to be tech- and Internet-savvy, a strong writer, able to handle multiple tasks, reliable, very organized, and eager to learn. You should also be experienced with the Microsoft Office Suite, have a basic knowledge of HTML and CMS, and an interest in pregnancy and babies are also helpful. Undergraduate emphasis in journalism, English, or communications is a plus but not required. You must be able to receive course credit. A small stipend will be provided.

To Apply

To be considered, please make sure your cover letter and resume are included in the body of the email and send it to jobs@theknot.com. In addition, please use "TheBump.com Intern Fall 2010" as the subject line. No phone calls, please.

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The Knot Inc. Editorial Internship Fall 2010 — The Knot Inc.

The Knot Inc. Editorial Internship Fall 2010 at The Knot Inc.

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Knot Inc. is looking for a fall-semester intern to work on our magazines and websites. Your duties here will be primarily editorial -- you'll find sources for stories, interview experts, and write sidebars and entire bylined features, depending on your talent and drive. Please be as enthusiastic about completing administrative tasks as you are about writing and reporting. You will likely have additional opportunities to blog, tweet, and produce slideshows for our online brands (including TheKnot.com, WeddingChannel.com, TheNest.com, and TheBump.com), as well as attend photo shoots and other events.
You need to be tech- and Internet-savvy, a strong writer, able to handle multiple tasks, reliable, very organized, and not afraid to ask questions. You should also be experienced with the Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe InCopy and Photoshop and have a basic knowledge of HTML. An interest in weddings, decor, cooking, travel, and/or babies is helpful. Applicants with magazine/website internship experience or college journalism experience are highly preferred. Undergraduate emphasis in journalism, English, or communications is a plus but not required. You must be able to receive course credit. A small stipend will be provided.

To Apply

To be considered, please make sure your cover letter and resume are included in the body of the email and send it to jobs@theknot.com. In addition, please use "The Knot Inc. Intern Fall 2010" as the subject line. No phone calls, please.

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Features Internship Fall 2010 —

Features Internship Fall 2010 at

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Knot and The Nest is looking for a fall intern to assist with the following:
-Researching local bridal content for The Knot
-Researching travel, relationship, personal finance, health and fitness articles for The Knot and The Nest
-Pitching and writing blog posts
-Posting articles online
You must be able to receive course credit. A small stipend will be provided. Ideal applicants will be available 4 days per week.

To Apply

To be considered, please send a resume, three writing samples and an informal email describing your interest in the position to Caitlin Moscatello at jobs@theknot.com. In addition, please use "The Knot Inc. Features Intern Fall 2010" as the subject line.

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VBS.tv Content Research and Production Internship — VBS.tv

VBS.tv Content Research and Production Internship at VBS.tv

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Each internship is meant for educational purposes and students must be getting school credit to be accepted. If accepted, interns will get a firsthand look into how an international media company functions on a day-to-day basis. At Vice, interns have the opportunity to learn about journalism, editing, design, production, and so much more. Candidates must be at least 20 years old by the time of the internship start date and available to come to our office two days a week. You also must own a functioning laptop, and interview in person at our office. We offer four month long internships. They break down as follows: September-December, January-April, and May-August.

Duties include content research, post-production assistance, filing and organizing of data, and periodically assisting on shoots.

Applicant must own a laptop and be receiving school credit for their internship. Knowledge of Final Cut Pro and languages other than English are preferred but not required.

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter (and note which semester you are applying for) to both claire@vbs.tv and emily@vbs.tv

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Editorial intern — The Chronicle of Higher Education

Editorial intern at The Chronicle of Higher Education

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The Chronicle of Higher Education offers three internship sessions each year: winter/spring, summer, and fall.

The paper is currently seeking interns for the winter/spring 2011 session, which will begin in early January. The Chronicle is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to maintaining a diverse work force.

The internships are full-time in our Washington, D.C., office and will last through May. In addition to a $500 weekly stipend, academic credit can often be arranged.

Three interns will be hired; we are looking for both undergraduates and recent graduates.

In addition, The Chronicle is offering a Diversity Internship to give current undergraduates and recent college graduates the opportunity to gain professional experience at the No. 1 source for news about higher education. The program aims to help bring greater diversity to the field of journalism by reaching out to students who are members of minority groups underrepresented in the industry. Applicants for this internship must have a strong interest in pursuing a career in journalism, and should note on their application that they are applying for The Chronicle of Higher Education's Diversity Internship.

All the interns will have the same primary responsibilities: reporting and writing daily news articles for The Chronicle's Web site (which usually appear subsequently in print), writing news articles for other sections of the newspaper, and doing research for special projects. There is very little grunt work. Interns who prove themselves as reporters and writers are often asked to write full-length features.

The Chronicle places a premium on reporting that is accurate and writing that shines. All writing, including that done by staff reporters, is carefully edited. Interns typically leave with a set of strong, varied clips.

Requirements: Experience writing for publication, either at a student newspaper or a professional publication, is required. Candidates with previous internships and deadline-reporting experience are preferred.

To Apply

Applications must be received by 4 p.m. on Friday, October 8, 2010. Applications that are late, e-mailed, or faxed will not be considered.

Applications should include a cover letter; a résumé with telephone, e-mail, and postal contact information; and a

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Fall Editorial Internship — UrbanDaddy

Fall Editorial Internship at UrbanDaddy

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

UrbanDaddy is an internet magazine company that covers the latest in restaurants, nightlife, fashion, products and trends for hip, trend-seeking professionals (you can check out archived articles at www.urbandaddy.com). We deliver one email a day that covers a single piece of content—something new, interesting and undiscovered. Our editions include National, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, D.C. and Jetset. Our main offices are located just off of Union Square in downtown New York City.

Job Description

If you are looking for a formal, corporate internship, please move on. If you're looking for a fun, dynamic, creative internship with a young startup company, where socializing is a must and a sense of humor is required, then read on.
As an editorial intern at UrbanDaddy, you will get to be a part of the inner workings of a daily internet publication. You will get to see how stories develop at every stage, from pitches and research to writing, editing and publishing.
You will get to participate in calendaring sessions, editorial and creative meetings, you will help conduct research for stories, go on local scouting and information gathering assignments. You will learn how to copyedit and fact check. You will get to interact with PR firms as a media representative. If your writing is strong enough, you may get to write some stories. You may also get to attend press parties and opening events for restaurants and clubs, and really get a view of the inner workings of the New York scene and how media fits into it all.
If you have an interest in journalism, you will learn a lot at this internship. Our editorial team is small so you will play an important role and get a lot of exposure. We value our interns.

QUALIFICATIONS:
- MUST have excellent writing and communication skills
- Must be highly organized, efficient and a hard worker
- Must have an interest in journalism and internet media
- Strong interpersonal and phone skills are required
- MUST have a love for NYC and a desire to go out and have fun

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Our internships are unpaid. We will be happy to assist you in earning academic credit. You will, however, get free meals here and there, land invites to parties and openings, and maybe snag some free samples of products and clothes once in a while. But most of all, we guarantee you'll have a fun, unique experience and learn a lot—in addition to earning our undying gratitude. Which you just can't put a price on.

To Apply

Deadlines and Requirements:
Fall Internship, August/September- December
Application Deadline: September 15
Requirements: Full time preferred, part time and flexible Scheduling OK; minimum 10 hours a week
EMAIL SUBMISSIONS ONLY
Include:
- A cover letter/em

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60 Minutes Intern — CBS News

60 Minutes Intern at CBS News

2010-09-08 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

60 Minutes, a CBS News magazine with investigative reports and features focusing on people and events in the news and behind the headlines, is looking for 1 fall intern. Intern must want to work in news, have strong research skills and knowledge of LexisNexis. Must be able to work at least 2 or 3 full weekdays. Must get credit. Internship is unpaid.

To Apply

To apply send your resume ASAP to Katie Curcio at cc5@cbsnews.com.

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Research & Production Intern — New Animal Productions

Research & Production Intern at New Animal Productions

2010-08-30 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

We are currently in production on several documentary specials. This film is 100% archive and tackles a frequently produced historical topic in a unique way.

Our research/production intern will: 1) Assist with daily operations of the production 2) Assist with research 3) Prepare research/archive materials for use in the edit 4) Assist with preparation for online 5) Take part in general office tasks & errands 6) Perform other duties as outlined by the Producers.

We seek a mature, energetic and engaged individual to join our team. While the typical production and research skills are important, our intern also should possess those priceless and intangible qualities... a positive, can-do attitude; excellent judgment; an inquisitive and creative nature; reliability and willingness to go the extra mile; proactive and enthusiastic effort. We want a rock star, but no egomaniacs, please. This internship is available to current students for school credit ONLY.

To Apply

Please send your cover letter/letter of interest and resume via EMAIL to:

K. Elizabeth Tyson
elizabeth@newanimalproductions.com
Production/Development

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ASSISTANT PRODUCER, ON THE MEDIA for New York Public Radio — New York Public Radio

ASSISTANT PRODUCER, ON THE MEDIA for New York Public Radio at New York Public Radio

2010-08-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

New York Public Radio is New York's premier public radio franchise, comprising WNYC FM, WNYC AM, and WQXR, as well as www.wnyc.org and www.wqxr.org. As America's most listened-to AM/FM news and talk public radio stations, reaching 1.1 million listeners every week, WNYC extends New York City's cultural riches to the entire country on-air and online, and presents the best national offerings from networks National Public Radio, Public Radio International, American Public Media, and the British Broadcasting Company. WNYC 93.9 FM broadcasts a wide range of daily news, talk, cultural and music programming, while WNYC AM 820 maintains a stronger focus on breaking news and international news reporting. Classical 105.9 WQXR is New York City's sole 24-hour classical music station, presenting new and landmark classical recordings as well as live concerts from the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, among other New York City venues, immersing listeners in the city's rich musical life. In addition to its audio content, WNYC produces content for live, radio and web audiences from The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, the station's street-level multipurpose, multiplatform broadcast studio and performance space. For more information about WNYC, visit www.wnyc.org.

Job Description

New York Public Radio seeks an Assistant Producer for On the Media, a weekly program from WNYC and NPR that examines the interplay between media and society.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Assist the producers and hosts in all aspects of program production
• Generate and research show topics and suggesting guests; distill research materials
• Assist with pre-interview and booking of potential guests
• Assist with writing background materials for host and with editing material for broadcast
• Provide administrative support for show staff including bill payment, booking studios, maintaining archives, and other related duties as assigned
• Assist with editing and preparing audio for broadcast
• Assist during tapings and digital audio production for the show
• Assist with conducting assigned internal and external correspondence for the show
• Help keep on-air content up to date on multiple platforms
• Comply with all New York Public Radio and show policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
• Work on other special projects and duties as assigned

Qualifications:
• One year minimum journalism, print and/or broadcast experience required
• Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience required
• Familiarity with journalism issues and radio production required
• Sound organizational skills, with great attention to detail required
• Extensive research skills required
• Ability to meet objectives under deadline pressure required
• Ability to work in a group environment, and take direction required
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other programming staff, executives at NYPR, colleagues, industry representatives, sources and guests
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
• Digital audio editing experience required; ProTools experience preferred
• Experience producing a daily radio talk show preferred
• Radio listener (public and commercial) preferred

This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between New York Public Radio and AFTRA.

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "Asst Prod, OTM" and your last name in the subject line.

NYPR must receive all information requested in order to consider your candid

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ASSISTANT ARCHIVIST for New York Public Radio — New York Public Radio

ASSISTANT ARCHIVIST for New York Public Radio at New York Public Radio

2010-08-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

New York Public Radio is New York's premier public radio franchise, comprising WNYC FM, WNYC AM, and WQXR, as well as www.wnyc.org and www.wqxr.org. As America's most listened-to AM/FM news and talk public radio stations, reaching 1.1 million listeners every week, WNYC extends New York City's cultural riches to the entire country on-air and online, and presents the best national offerings from networks National Public Radio, Public Radio International, American Public Media, and the British Broadcasting Company. WNYC 93.9 FM broadcasts a wide range of daily news, talk, cultural and music programming, while WNYC AM 820 maintains a stronger focus on breaking news and international news reporting. Classical 105.9 WQXR is New York City's sole 24-hour classical music station, presenting new and landmark classical recordings as well as live concerts from the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, among other New York City venues, immersing listeners in the city's rich musical life. In addition to its audio content, WNYC produces content for live, radio and web audiences from The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, the station's street-level multipurpose, multiplatform broadcast studio and performance space. For more information about WNYC, visit www.wnyc.org.

Job Description

Established in the year 2000, the WNYC Archives are New York Public Radio's physical link to the station's rich and storied past. Managed by the Director of Archives--an archivist and audio preservation specialist--the department provides a central repository for thousands of recordings, photographs, memorabilia, and institutional records. Among its holdings are more than 50,000 recordings in a variety of formats, from early lacquer and acetate discs to reel-to-reel tape, DBX 700, F1 Beta, DAT, MD and CD formats. Video materials are a new and growing component of the collection and are currently stored on a variety of formats. In addition, NYPR's recent acquisition of WQXR includes the WQXR archives of audio, paper and photo materials.

The Assistant Archivist position is a two-year, full-time National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) funded position with a projected start date of September 1, 2010. It will focus on the digital reformatting of older analog materials on lacquer disc and tape (1938-1970). All reformatted items are to be cataloged using a PBCore metadata schema with an eye to exporting all entries as MARC records. The Assistant Archivists will work closely with the Senior Archivist, Archivist and Web Content Producer and will be expected to meet series of production deadlines involving preservation-quality transfers of historical audio materials.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Reformat & digitize audio materials on an ongoing basis
• Organize, catalog and re-house historical sound collections
• Comply with all NYPR and department policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods; this position requires the person to be able to lift or handle equipment up to 50 pounds
• Additional duties and special projects as assigned

Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree
• Strong audio engineering background and experience
• At least two years professional archives experience or equivalent
• Highly organized and detail oriented
• Knowledge of current archival preservation and conservation practices
• Knowledge of digital audio and video formats and storage issues
• Knowledge of PBCore, MARC 21, AACR2 and LCSH
• Familiarity with ProTools or similar software packages for recording, editing and mixing audio preferred.
• Knowledge of standard desktop software applications
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with the other archive staff, station employees, colleagues, industry representatives and cultural partners (as needed) - required
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds - required
• Familiarity with NYPR programs preferred
• Demonstrated experience working with audio recordings preferred
• Web writing experience, a plus
• Interest in New York City history and classical music preferred

This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between New York Public Radio and AFTRA.

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "Asst Archivist" and your last name in the subject line.

NYPR must receive all information requested in order to consider your candid

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News One Lead Editor for http://www.interactiveone.com/ — Interactive One

News One Lead Editor for http://www.interactiveone.com/ at Interactive One

2010-08-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Interactive One (www.interactiveone.com) is powered by the mission to create an online community and rich content and digital products that engage, entertain and inspire the lives of Black Americans.

Interactive One is a wholly owned subsidiary of Radio One (www.radio-one.com), a publicly traded cross-platform media company that is the 5th largest terrestrial Radio company in the country and the controlling owner of TV One, the fastest growing network in cable television. Across all of its platforms, Radio One reaches over 80% of the African American audience in the U.S. every single month and generates over $400 million in advertising revenue annually. Similar to Univision, which targets the U.S. Hispanic audience, Radio One also is involved in original programming, research, events and franchises, and many other aspects of media targeted primarily at African Americans.

Interactive One, launched as a standalone entity in 2008, is responsible for creating all things digital at the company. Consumer offerings include the largest social networking site targeted at African Americans, BlackPlanet.com, and over 60 other sites in categories such as news, local, music, entertainment and religion. Since its launch, Interactive One has quickly become the #1 online platform for the Black American community, serving more than 7 million users monthly or over 30% of the addressable market.

The Company has over 130 employees based in New York City and has enjoyed rapid growth over the last 2 years. Current revenue is expected to exceed $20 million in 2010.

Job Description

A Web-savvy journalist/editor/blogger that specializes in hard news of interest to Black Americans. An abiding fascination with and deep knowledge of the political, economic and cultural affairs of African-Americans.

The ability to identify and then plan strategic, continuing coverage of key stories and issues affecting Black America. A diligent reporter; an impeccable writer; and a good copy editor. A high level of web skills. You can maintain a blog CMS (WordPress) and know how to do rudimentary photo resizing, audio and video editing.

Qualifications:
A minimum of 4 years of professional journalism experience. At least 2 of those at a digital and multimedia company. Possess 4 years experience working on professional websites.

Experience with marketing and distributing content over the web. At least 2 years hands-on WordPress experience.

To Apply

Please forward all resumes to mtoney@interactiveone.com

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EVENING PRODUCER, THE TAKEAWAY for WNYC —

EVENING PRODUCER, THE TAKEAWAY for WNYC at

2010-08-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

The Producer position is an essential part of the senior management of The Takeaway. S/he is responsible for managing the evening shift of producers including making editorial decisions on story selection, guest bookings, audio elements as well as allocation of staff and resources each evening. Must be able to respond to breaking news quickly, switching segment selection in response to an ever-evolving news cycle. The Producer is also responsible for editing all advance writing and scripts for the program. Regularly scheduled hours will be from 4pm – 12am, Sunday – Thursday with additional time for conference calls.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Contributing story ideas every day that keep our take on the news fresh and ahead of other broadcast outlets, as well as finding and developing new voices for the public radio sphere
• Contributing constructive and strategic input, improving the overall product and editorial direction of the program
• Monitoring and ensuring that the booking, framing and research for each live interview segment meets NYPR's journalistic standards
• Working with a team of producers to select appropriate, diverse and original guests for interview segments each day
• Approving and checking all sound clips to be used in the show for editorial accuracy and audio quality
• Managing a team of producers and interns ranging in size from 2 to 7
• Comply with all NYPR and show policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
• Ability to work extended hours as needed and on to be on-call for emergencies
• Work on special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Minimum of five years of experience working full-time on a regularly produced radio program, preferably national broadcast
• Bachelor's Degree required; journalism experience strongly preferred
• Strong writing and research ability a must
• Impeccable news judgment and extreme familiarity with news and current events
• Experience in a daily deadline driven journalistic environment
• Audio editing a plus on DAVID, Pro Tools, Audition or equivalent
• Experience booking guests for live radio or TV, with a diverse rolodex of sources a plus.
• Ability to work in a dynamic team environment
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with the other Takeaway staff, executives at WNYC, colleagues, vendors and guests as needed

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Job Description

Co-producers WNYC and PRI - in collaboration with the BBC World Service, The New York Times, and WGBH Boston television and radio—are reinvigorating morning drive. The Takeaway is a multi-platform morning drive news program that is creating a new model for news reporting in public broadcasting. The show is rooted in the values public radio is best known for—highly credible journalism, depth and context—but breaks out from the medium's conventionally packaged sound by delivering national and international news and cultural stories through a conversational and unprecedented personality-driven format. The Takeaway features live conversation, reporters in locations around the world, a cast of regular contributors, audience interaction, a website and distributed content, including video.

The Takeaway began airing on public radio stations across America in April 2008, with the mission to host and reflect the American conversation - bringing together diverse perspectives and voices through the connection of local, national and international news. During this time, the show has expanded from two to four hours live on-air to provide live content for other time zones. The enterprise builds on public radio's morning success with content and strategies that will bring new audiences to public radio and public service media online.

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "Evening Prod, TT" and your last name in the subject line.

NYPR must receive all information requested in order to consider your cand

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Senior Editor, Travel for AOL — AOL

Senior Editor, Travel for AOL at AOL

2010-07-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

AOL Travel empowers confident travel decision making with the trusted and relevant travel guides, travel news and features. We help our audience decide where to go, what to do and where to stay through original location overviews, editor recommendations, articles, photogalleries and video.

This is an excellent opportunity to work for one of the top Travel Information sites on the web. You should have experience developing content strategy – and putting that strategy into action. You should be a top-notch writer and editor with related experience at a major publication, comfortable with owning editorial programs and familiar with what makes content on the web compelling, engaging and able to drive important business metrics. You should be full of ideas and energy and passionate about travel. We welcome team players and team leaders who will help us grow!

Job Description

Duties/Responsibilities:
• Demonstrates an in-depth understanding of channel subject matter, multi-media communications, the online industry, the market and the audience
• Creates channel editorial strategy, including documentation and guidelines
• Understands our consumer audience and segments. Develops a tone and voice that speaks directly to each of these audiences.
• Oversees the ideation, planning, development, quality standards and creation of editorial programs
• Builds, develops and manages team and extended staff of writers and editors
• Grows audience and increases audience engagement with the site, integrating SEO and social media best practices
• Serves as a channel evangelist. Actively participates in press, industry and internal opportunities to drive awareness and knowledge about the channel's vision
• Monitors performance of content against key metrics to continually optimize content and consumer experience
• Maximizes editorial efficiency by developing programs that drive revenue and managing to content budget

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent
• 7-10 years of writing and editing experience with a strong consumer editorial background online or in magazines and newspapers
• Travel experience: Must have a strong feel for the Travel industry, including previous experience working within a related industry position. Large network of freelance and industry contacts
• Editorial vision, creativity and energy: Takes a leadership role in developing the site's focus
• Technical ability: Strong understanding of web technologies, including publishing and content management systems, HTML and Photoshop. And, the ability to learn new tools quickly
• Excellent communication skills: Written and verbal. Ability to serve as a travel expert to the news media
• Goal-oriented: Demonstrates initiative and provides solutions. Juggles multiple tasks to meet deadlines. Measures performance and makes appropriate adjustments.
• Previous experience working in organizations where matrix inter-dependence is required, navigating cross-functional relationships collaboratively and efficiently

To Apply

Please email resume to tasha.west@teamaol.com

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Assistant Editor, Travel for AOL —

Assistant Editor, Travel for AOL at

2010-07-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

AOL Travel empowers confident travel decision making with the trusted and relevant travel guides, travel news and features. We help our audience decide where to go, what to do and where to stay through original location overviews, editor recommendations, articles, photogalleries and video.

This is an excellent opportunity to work for one of the top Travel Information sites on the web. You will be responsible developing, producing and maintaining web content and should have related experience at a major publication. You should be familiar with what makes content on the web engaging and a strong attention to detail to ensure the accuracy and quality of our content. You should be full of ideas and energy and passionate about travel. We welcome team players and team leaders who will help us grow!

Job Description

Duties/Responsibilities:
- Contributes to the creation of editorial programs by developing pitches and researching story ideas
- Manages editorial content to consistent tone and voice that speaks to our consumer audience and segments.
- Manages content franchises to regular production schedules
- Writes and edits content on an as-needed basis
- Ensures the accuracy of AOL Travel content through rigorous fact-checking
- Publishes editorial content on the site
- Integrates social media and SEO best practices to grow audience and increase audience engagement
- Participates in regular editorial / team meetings
- Monitors performance of content against key metrics to continually optimize content and consumer experience

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent
- 4-6 years of writing and editing experience with a strong consumer editorial background online or in magazines and newspapers
- Travel experience: A strong feel for travel and a demonstrated interest in the subject. Previous experience working within a related industry position a plus
- Editorial experience: Able to juggle multiple tasks and work in a deadline-driven environment
- Technical ability: Strong understanding of web technologies, including publishing and content management systems, HTML and Photoshop. And, the ability to learn new tools quickly
- Excellent communication skills: Written and verbal
- Familiarity with Social Media and SEO best practices
- Strong attention to detail and focus on quality standards

To Apply

Please email resume to tasha.west@teamaol.com

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Staff Reporter - Corporate Counsel for ALM Media — ALM Media

Staff Reporter - Corporate Counsel for ALM Media at ALM Media

2010-07-29 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ALM places a high value on employees and strives to be an employer of choice. To that end we offer competitive salaries, professional growth opportunities, and a comprehensive selection of benefits that include: medical, dental, vision, 401(K) and life insurance options.

ALM, an integrated media company, is a leading provider of specialized business news and information, focused primarily on the legal and commercial real estate sectors. ALM's market-leading brands include The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, GlobeSt.com, Insight Conferences, Law.com, Law Journal Press, LegalTech, The National Law Journal and Real Estate Forum. Headquartered in New York City, ALM was formed in 1997. For more information, visit www.alm.com.

Job Description

Corporate Counsel/corpcounsel.com is looking for a Staff Reporter.

Responsibilities/Requirements:
• Must have 3-5 years business reporting experience; demonstrated record of writing daily web stories; law degree useful but not necessary.
• Comfort with financial statements and SEC filings a plus.
• Duties include filing regularly for our daily web operation and monthly for our print magazine. Occasional web production duties, too.
• To be clear our subject matter is the work and issues facing lawyers who work in-house as corporate counsel for companies. Not many substantive issues in the law fail to cross their desks; they are lawyers and managers and clients. Complicated, important jobs that require sophisticated reporting.
• This is a full-time position with benefits in our Manhattan office

To Apply

Qualified candidates should submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to opportunities@alm.com for immediate consideration. Please include position code "CC-Staff Reporter" in the subject line. Only candidates selected for interviews will be

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ASSOCIATE PRODUCER, THE TAKEAWAY (Part-Time; 30/hrs) for WNYC & WQXR —

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER, THE TAKEAWAY (Part-Time; 30/hrs) for WNYC & WQXR at

2010-07-23 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Co-producers WNYC and PRI - in collaboration with the BBC World Service, The New York Times, and WGBH Boston television and radio—are reinvigorating morning drive. The Takeaway is a multi-platform morning drive news program that is creating a new model for news reporting in public broadcasting. The show is rooted in the values public radio is best known for—highly credible journalism, depth and context—but breaks out from the medium's conventionally packaged sound by delivering national and international news and cultural stories through a conversational and unprecedented personality-driven format. The Takeaway features live conversation, reporters in locations around the world, a cast of regular contributors, audience interaction, a website and distributed content, including video.

The Takeaway began airing on public radio stations across America in April 2008, with the mission to host and reflect the American conversation - bringing together diverse perspectives and voices through the connection of local, national and international news. During this time, the show has expanded from two to four hours live on-air to provide live content for other time zones. The enterprise builds on public radio's morning success with content and strategies that will bring new audiences to public radio and public service media online.

Job Description

The Associate Producer will be responsible for writing 8 of the show's daily 16 live newscasts. The newscasts are usually between 90 seconds and 2 minutes in length and they are spread out- around one every 15 minutes-across the 4 hours we are live on air each morning. The job requires strong news-writing, in a live newsroom situation, experience. The successful candidate will have several years experience writing newscasts in a busy newsroom environment. The hire will be trained in The Takeaway's news hub and become a part of a small team. The hours are 4:00am to 10:00am daily (weekdays only). The job also includes pulling tape (audio) from various sources to include in the newscasts. We will show you how to do this as part of your training.

All members of the morning show team are expected to be self-starters and to keep up with a wide variety of news sources; be able to think and act quickly; and thrive in a collaborative, deadline-driven work environment.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Writing strong news content quickly and efficiently for newscasts against the clock
• Monitoring and staying aware across latest news sources including AP and the show's two main editorial partners, The New York Times & BBC, and all other relevant sources
• Content needs to be of top journalistic standards: accuracy, fairness and balance
• Responsible for pulling tape (audio) for newscasts. That audio will come from a variety of sources
• Working with staff maintaining quality assurance of all morning newscasts
• Collaborate with morning show team to ensure and develop style and voice of show
• Comply with all WNYC/WQXR show policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
• Ability to work extended hours as needed
• Work on special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Minimum of three years writing newscasts in a busy newsroom setting, working against the clock to meet tight deadlines
• Bachelor's Degree required; journalism experience strongly preferred
• Must have strong news judgment and commitment to journalistic ethics and standards
• Excellent critical thinking skills that demonstrate independent judgment and decision-making
• Must have excellent writing and copyediting skills and be able to produce well-written, publication-ready copy
• Ability to prioritize and handle several projects at once
• Ability to work collaboratively and serve multiple constituencies in a dynamic newsroom environment
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with the other Takeaway staff, executives at WNYC, colleagues, vendors and guests as needed

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "P/T Assoc Prod, TT" and your last name in the subject line.

WNYC must receive all information requested in order to consider your ca

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Production Editor, onearth.org for — OnEarth Magazine

Production Editor, onearth.org for at OnEarth Magazine

2010-07-14 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Some of the best environmental journalists on the planet write for NRDC's OnEarth magazine. Over the past year, our website at www.onearth.org has grown tremendously, as well. We plan to keep expanding our online offerings and are set to unveil an extensive redesign later this summer.

Job Description

We're looking for a consultant to serve as production editor. Responsibilities may include:

• Posting stories to the website through our Drupal-based content management system.
• Copy editing and fact checking online stories before publication.
• Writing headlines and display type, selecting and cropping photos, deciding story placement, and otherwise ensuring the quality and timeliness of our homepage and other key aspects of onearth.org.
• Editing and production of audio slideshows, videos, photo galleries, and other multimedia features, and promoting onearth.org content through social media.
• Other responsibilities as appropriate.

Requirements:
• Knowledge of web standards and tools including HTML/CSS, Photoshop, and Final Cut Pro or other video editing software. Familiarity with both Mac and PC preferred.
• Experience using a content management system for production of a news website or blog.
• Excellent news judgment, editing skills, attention to detail, knowledge of AP style, and demonstrated interest in science and environmental reporting.
• Flexible hours and ability to work remotely while also being able to visit our midtown Manhattan offices occasionally for meetings with editors.

Compensation:
This consultancy will be based on an hourly wage. Hours may vary between approximately 50 and 100 hours a month based on a quarterly production schedule. As a consultant, you will not receive NRDC employee benefits, and you will be responsible for your own tax withholdings. NRDC will not supply you with any equipment.

To Apply

Contact online editor Scott Dodd at sdodd@onearth.org (no phone calls, please) with "production editor" in the subject line. Include your resume, hourly wage requirements, and at least three samples of your work (links or attachments acceptable). Please r

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Reporter for Portfolio Media Inc — Portfolio Media Inc

Reporter for Portfolio Media Inc at Portfolio Media Inc

2010-07-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Portfolio Media, Inc. is seeking several full-time reporters to cover breaking news about litigation, law and policy for our daily online news service. Reporters will cover a wide array of practices, including employment law, environmental law, intellectual property law and securities law, in industries such as energy, financial services, health-care, media and technology. On a typical day, reporters will file three stories, including updates on court cases and other news of interest to business lawyers. All candidates would be trained to cover legal topics, and no legal degree or experience is required. However, work experience as a reporter and strong reporting, writing and analytical abilities are required to succeed in this job.

Job Description

What we're looking for: BA/BS in Journalism; 2 years of paid, full time reporting experience or relevant graduate degree; demonstrated reporting, writing and organizational skills; interest in business and legal issues. Must be able to start on or before September 1, 2010.

Preferences (one or more would be desirable): Graduate degree; experience in news reporting (AP Style); experience in covering legal and regulatory affairs; experience in covering business news, and experience in meeting daily deadlines.

What we offer: $38,000 - $42,000 base plus bonus eligibility (commensurate with education and experience).
Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, paid time off, 401(k) and other perks. Professional yet casual work environment conveniently located in Union Square.

To Apply

Please read carefully: Send cover letter (embedded in e-mail) with resume (attached in Word format) to careers@portfoliomedia.com. Your e-mail's subject line must read "Reporter-NY" for consideration. The cover letter is required and should reflect your s

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Many positions open - anchor, writer, editor, etc. — Middle East Broadcasting Networks

Many positions open - anchor, writer, editor, etc. at Middle East Broadcasting Networks

2010-07-02 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Middle East Broadcasting Networks, Inc. offers a challenging work environment, competitive pay and excellent benefits. The selected candidate must be able to pass background and credit check. MBN is a private, nonprofit 501©(3) corporation. Please visit our website at www.alhurra.com.

Job Description

ARABIC FLUENCY IS REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

POSITION: News Writer
PRIMARY FUNCTION: News writers are responsible for writing scripts for news broadcasts. Ability to translate material from English into Arabic, monitor English and Arabic news feed. Develop and write new stories in classical Arabic with clarity, accuracy and balance.

POSITION: Sports Anchor
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Sports Anchor responsible for providing clear and concise reports after gathering and verifying factual information through interviews, observations, and research. Must be able to report on all aspects of sporting events. Ability to write clear and concise business news stories and communicate, translate from English to classic Arabic.

POSITION: Associate Producer
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Associate Producer assists in all areas of production, from pre-production through post-production of news programs, package elements, live events, and features. Undertake routine production tasks such as budgeting, scheduling, and asset sourcing to support production projects. Must have excellent Arabic, English written and verbal communication skills.

POSITION: News Anchor
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Presenting the news in a fair, balanced and concise manner. Must demonstrate strong news judgment. Must have 3-5 years news anchoring experience. Excellent Arabic writing skills. Clear pronunciation in Modern Standard Arabic, strong understanding of English desired.

POSITION: Producer
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Producers are responsible for the creative development, production, content quality of assigned programs; constructing fresh, informative, creative, compelling newscasts, summaries, updates and assigned special event coverage, ensuring balanced content consist with the mission goals of the company. Must demonstrate strong news judgment; ensure journalistic standards of fairness, accuracy and relevancy. Excellent Arabic writing skills

POSITION: Correspondent
PRIMARY FUNCTION: The correspondent is first and foremost a storyteller responsible for providing clear and concise reports after gathering and verifying factual information through interviews, observations, and research. Demonstrate strong news judgment and organizational skills. College degree in Journalism or a related field preferred. 2-3 year previous experience as an on-camera correspondent

POSITION: Quality Control Editor
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Review radio newscasts broadcast from Virginia and Dubai to prioritize the interviews based on their importance before translating them into English. Check newscasts to identify political and cultural sensitivities as well as syntax and contextual and typographical errors and suggest corrections.

POSITION: Assignment Editor
PRIMARY FUNCTION: AE manages assignments, deals with logistics, responsible for newsgathering and disseminating news assignments to correspondents in the United States and overseas. Ability to communicate and translate from English to classic Arabic. Good knowledge of the geography of the 22+ Arab speaking countries of the Middle East and North Africa.

POSITION: Guest Producer
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Ability to reach out and cultivate a large talented, informed network of contacts who can address relevant topics on air in a professional manner. Ability to create a story and guest ideas, pitches them to other staff members like the executive producer and the host/anchor and secures the guests appearance.

POSITION: Production Assistant

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Production Assistants provide support to Producers and Senior Producers in most stages of pre-production and news production. Responsibilities include, technical, creative and administrative tasks from logistical organization to booking live feeds, making sure the news production process runs smoothly. Ability to read and write classic Arabic

POSITION: Sr. Broadcast Designer

PRIMARY FUNCTION: : Responsible for collaborating with the creative team on conceptualizing, developing, and executing high quality broadcast design that creates competitive advantage for the network. A degree in Fine Arts, motion graphics, design, multimedia, or equivalent education or experience is sought. Qualified candidates who are bi-lingual in reading, writing and speaking Modern Standard Arabic are preferred. Minimum of 3-5 years of experience is required.

POSITION: Log Scheduler
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Ability to perform daily entries, communicate with various departments and create daily log packets. Must be well organized with a strong attention to detail and flexible.

POSITION: On-Air Promotion Producer
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Conceptualize, create, coordinate and execute production of promos, image ID and campaigns as assigned in accordance with the strategic planning of the On-Air Promotion Department. Bachelors Degree (Major in related area beneficial). Two to three years experience in a Creative Services/On-Air Promotions department

POSITION: Radio Broadcaster
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Ability to generate story ideas, plans, researches and drafts original broadcast-quality news scripts for assigned stories ensuring accuracy, balance and objectivity; broadcasts the news and other programs in a balanced, accurate and objective manner. Skilled reader, adept to ad-libbing during breaking news and ability to handle on-air problem. Clear pronunciation in Modern Standard Arabic, strong understanding of English desired. Bachelors Degree in journalism or broadcast journalism (preferred). 3-5 years news broadcasting experience.

POSITION: News Writer - Radio
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Write news scripts for radio broadcast for assigned stream. The incumbent translates material from English into Arabic ensuring that scripts conform to the Networks standards to provide balanced, accurate, objective news and information. Bachelors degree (Journalism or Broadcast Journalism is preferred) 3 years professional writing experience (experience writing international news preferred) Bi-lingual in verbal and written Classic Arabic and English

POSITION: Radio Correspondent

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for providing clear and concise reports after gathering and verifying factual information through interviews, observations, and research. The incumbent organizes all material, determines the emphasis and writes story or stories to fit the standard. Must have strong news judgment and organizational skills.

POSITION: Web Writer

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Translate and edit the news. All news, features, interviews, photos and actualities must be well organized, grammatically accurate, timely, balanced and of the highest professional standards. Mastery of Arabic and English and ability to write for the Web effectively in Arabic. Thorough practical knowledge of Arabic grammar is evident in drafting and editing.

POSITION: Web Editor

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Help select, write and edit news stories for website that are of interest to a Pan-Arab audience and meet the editorial standards. Ability to translate English to Arabic.

To Apply

Qualified candidates should forward their cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to mbnjobs@alhurra.com and include the job title of the position for which they are applying in the email subject line.

Middle East Broadcasting Networks, Inc (MBN) i

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AP/Assignment Editor — YNN Albany/TimeWarner

AP/Assignment Editor at YNN Albany/TimeWarner

2010-06-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About YNN Albany

YNN launched on October 11, 2002, as Capital News 9. It is Albany's first and only 24-hour, 7-day-a-week local news channel. YNN is one of six local news channel operated by Time Warner Cable.

YNN and its affiliates represent the state-of-the-art in local television news coverage, delivering on a commitment of responsible and community oriented journalism on an around-the-clock basis. Our coverage area extends to more than 325,000 cable households from the Capital Region to the Adirondacks, and the Berkshires. YNN is an exclusive community service for the customers of Time Warner Cable.
If you have questions about Time Warner Cable programming, iCONTROL video-on-demand, HBO on Demand, high-speed Internet access, or your cable bill, you can contact the Time Warner Cable offices any time, day or night.

Job Description

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assigns news coverage/handles logistics of moving news crews. Gathers and researches story ideas through beat calls, reading wire services, newspapers, and magazines. Demonstrates news judgment in selecting and or recommending stories. Assigns stories to reporters in an organized and timely manner. Maintains communication with all personnel involved with newscast. Informs assignment editors on other shifts to maintain continuity and keep the desk running smoothly. Update stories on our website. Will be trained on video camera and maybe sent to shoot assignments if necessary. Maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that works well with co-workers, supervisors and customers. Will be trained to write stories, ingest video, edit video and will be trained to produce and produce wheels. This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive and employee may also perform other reasonably related business duties as assigned by the supervisor a
nd other management as required.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive and employee may also perform other reasonably related business duties as assigned by the supervisor and other management as required.

REQUIREMENTS
Education and/or Experience College degree in Broadcast Journalism or related field and knowledge of electronic news operations; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Television news experience a plus. Good oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, leadership skills, news judgment, computer skills, ability to make decisions and work under pressure. Operate various office machines including computer and office software. Thorough knowledge of operation and office policies and procedures. Must have ability to handle various tasks simultaneously, organize, prioritize, make decisions and work efficiently and effectively under deadlines.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

* Please note this is an overnight shift.

To Apply

Time Warner Cable supports a drug-free environment and is EOE M/F/V/D
TO APPLY: www.timewarnercable.com/careers, Requisition # 120989BR

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ASSISTANT PRODUCER, THE TAKEAWAY (Part-Time; 25/hrs) — WNYC & WQXR

ASSISTANT PRODUCER, THE TAKEAWAY (Part-Time; 25/hrs) at WNYC & WQXR

2010-06-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Co-producers WNYC and PRI — in collaboration with the BBC World Service, The New York Times, and WGBH Boston television and radio — are reinvigorating morning drive. The Takeaway is a new multi-platform national morning drive news program that is creating a new model for morning news and public broadcasting in the 21st century. The show is rooted in the values public radio is best known for — highly credible journalism, depth and context — but breaks out from the medium's conventionally packaged sound. The project features live conversation, reporters in locations around the world, a cast of regular contributors, audience interaction, a website and distributed content, and video. The show is live, delivering national and international news and cultural stories through a conversational and unprecedented personality-driven format.

The Takeaway began airing on public radio stations across America in April 2008, with the mission to host and reflect the American conversation — bringing together diverse perspectives and voices through the connection of local, national and international news. During this time, the show has expanded from two to four hours live on-air to provide live content for other time zones. The enterprise builds on public radio's morning success with content and strategies that will bring new audiences to public radio and public service media online.

Job Description

The Assistant Producers will be responsible for operating all broadcast audio equipment associated with the live production of the show. The hires will be instrumental in maneuvering the fast-paced and high-intensity environment of a live national radio show. Under the direction of the Technical Director, the assistant producers will play a significant role in the sound and technical aspects of the show. Much of the work on the program will take place during early morning hours.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Digital editing of recorded radio segments for use in live broadcast
• Podcast production
• News/Music/Television editing for broadcast
• Assist producers with digital audio production
• Assist with show guests/live production of the show under supervision of Director and Line Producer
• Comply with all WNYC/WQXR and show policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
• Ability to work extended hours as needed
• Work on other special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Bachelors Degree required
• Minimum of 1-2 years of Journalism/Media/News background strongly preferred
• Must be able to successfully problem-solve and multi-task under pressure of live broadcast
• Digital audio editing experience required; Cool Edit/Audacity, Easy Track and/or DAVID experience, ProTools, Audition, Ableton, others accepted
• Knowledge of different styles of radio programming required
• Strong audio editing skills required
• Practical knowledge of computers, computer systems, and associated audio interfaces
• Requires ability to take direction and complete tasks as assigned within specified timeframes
• Ability to meet objectives under (often intense) deadline pressure required
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with the other Takeaway staff, executives at WNYC, colleagues, vendors and guests as needed

To Apply

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with "P/T Assistant Prod, TT" and your last name in the subject line.

WNYC must receive all information requested in order to consider you

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Nooks Producer, NPR.org — National Public Radio

Nooks Producer, NPR.org at National Public Radio

2010-06-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

NPR is looking for a creative editor, producer and writer with daily news and online experience, an arts journalism background and a passion for publishing to be a key player in building up the Books section on NPR.org. This is a full-time union position in Washington, DC, with a very competitive salary and excellent benefits.

Job Description

DUTIES: Plans and schedules Arts coverage for NPR.org with emphasis on the Books section. Edits and produces Web stories and special projects. Writes and edits compelling headlines and other display copy. Selects and edits photographs and creates multimedia content, including slide shows and audio presentations. Produces and lays out stories using NPR's content management system and other digital tools. Occasionally writes original stories, blog posts and story elements. Uses news judgment to edit the home page and NPR arts and program pages.

Minimum Requirements for Producer I: At least four years of experience in daily news (print or Web). Solid, independent news judgment. Expertise in daily coverage of arts news. Experience working on a Web publication. Experience using a content management system. Experience image editing with PhotoShop. Familiarity with a variety of computer systems and software applications. Ability to adapt to changes in equipment, software and workflow. Demonstrated ability in editing, news writing, copy-editing and headline-writing. Demonstrated ability to write on deadline. Experience with social media and online communities. Demonstrated ability to write across media platforms. Experience planning coverage and making assignments to writers. Experience with intellectual property issues involved in publications generally and Web publications in particular. Strong oral communication skills. Demonstrated ability to generate and implement creative ideas. Demonstrated ability to assimilate and organize large amounts of information. Ability to maintain high journalistic ethics and standards under deadline pressure, including standards of objectivity, balance and fairness. Ability and willingness to work nights and/or weekends. Ability and willingness to work varied shifts. Ability to work quickly and efficiently under deadline pressure. Incumbent must be able to edit breaking stories for immediate posting. Ability and willingness to relocate. In the future, NPR may choose to transfer employees to other geographic locations. Severance provisions of the AFTRA collective bargaining agreement will apply should you choose not to accept a transfer. Proven ability to consistently work well with others, demonstrating at all times respect for the diverse constituencies at NPR and within the public radio system.

Minimum Requirements for Producer II: Requirements of Producer I, plus: At least six years of experience in online news. At least two years of experience in daily journalism. Demonstrated excellence in editing, news writing, copy-editing and headline-writing. Superior ability to write on deadline and experience writing for blogs. Expertise with social media and online communities. At least one year of Web production experience. Demonstrated ability to generate and execute complex creative ideas. Experience writing across media platforms. At least two years of Web production experience. Superior skill in editing, news writing, copy-editing and headline-writing. At least one year of experience in editorial decision-making.

Preferred Requirements for Producer I and Producer II: Demonstrated knowledge of books, literature and the publishing industry. Experience producing on digital audio workstations. HTML or other coding skills. Proven excellence with still and/or video photography, video editing, and audio production.

To Apply

In addition to submitting a resume, please attach a cover letter describing your qualifications and including URLs to three writing samples and online projects.

NPR.ORG is NPR on the Web. It is a multimedia broadcast operation that serves news, music and

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Politics Blogger — Observer.com

Politics Blogger at Observer.com

2010-06-28 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

The New York Observer is looking for a lead blogger for its politics blog, PolitickerNY.

Job Qualifications:

– Experience writing blog posts and a strong understanding of New York politics.

- Able to pitch stories to other bloggers and websites to drive traffic

- Familiar with the need to drive daily traffic through content optimization

- Dedication to accuracy, clarity, and precision

- Excellent writing skills and a love of language and words

Job Requirements:

- Post to politickerny.com blogs

- Create original and timely content

- Blog-related research as needed

To Apply

Send resume to esherman@observer.com

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Associate Editor — The Advisory Board Company

Associate Editor at The Advisory Board Company

2010-06-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Forbes: Ranked one of the 200 Best Small Companies, 2009
Vault.com: Listed among Top 50 Consulting Firms, 2009
Modern Healthcare: 2009 "Best Places to Work"
Finalist, Washington Business Journal's Business Philanthropy Awards, 2009
Modern Healthcare: Listed among the Largest Healthcare Management Consultants, 2009

The Advisory Board Company
The Advisory Board Company (NASDAQ: ABCO) is a leading health care services firm providing best practices insight, leadership development, implementation and technology solutions. The company currently serves over 2,800 of the country's preeminent hospitals and health care systems as well as pharmaceutical and medical device companies and insurers. Our continually expanding business portfolio provides employees with significant opportunities for career development at an accelerated pace, while an employee-focused internal environment places emphasis on service ethic, spirit of generosity, team engagement, and continuous learning.

Job Description

Associate Editor, California Healthline and iHealthBeat
We are seeking an Associate Editor to support California Healthline and iHealthBeat, daily news digests covering California health care issues and the health information technology landscape. The Associate Editor will work in the Advisory Board Company's news division, which includes American Health Line, the Daily Briefing, the Daily Women's Health Policy Report, the Greater Cincinnati Health Watch and the Trauma Watch -- news publications covering a broad range of health policy issues that are read by thousands of people in government, advocacy and business groups. The Associate Editor will:

• Participate in news gathering process, as well as select and assign stories for publication;
• Write, edit and enter content into the publishing system;
• Manage staff writers;
• Interact with clients and readers;
• Collaborate with other editors within the department;
• Think creatively about our content and generate new ideas; and
• Develop relationships with industry, policy and academic news sources.

California Healthline and iHealthBeat are produced by the Advisory Board on behalf of the California HealthCare Foundation.

California Healthline
http://www.californiahealthline.org/

iHealthBeat
http://www.ihealthbeat.org

Basic Qualifications:
• Bachelor's Degree
• Demonstrated writing and editing experience

Ideal Qualifications:
• Degree in Journalism, Communications, or Online Media
• Demonstrated expertise in health policy
• Online publishing experience
• Demonstrated ability to create, adapt, and unify content specifically for Web
• Proven to be organized, task-oriented, proactive, and deadline-driven
• Ability to work independently
• Ability to build relationships while negotiating, prioritizing, and managing concurrent projects

Benefits: Consistent with our belief that our employees are our most valuable resource, The Advisory Board Company offers a competitive benefits package, including a comprehensive health plan, a 401(k) plan, an Employee Stock Purchase Plan, a daytime leave policy for community service, a medical flexible spending account, and additional attractive benefits.

To Apply

An Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply, please follow the below link to our online application tool.

http://corporate-advisory.icims.com/jobs/intro

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Project Assistant — Hearst Corporation

Project Assistant at Hearst Corporation

2010-06-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

We are hiring someone to do various tasks on the editorial side of creating iPhone apps, to begin as soon as possible. Candidate must be media savvy, good at Internet research, and responsible.

LMK ("Let Me Know") is a new division of Hearst Corporation that specializes in a new way of receiving news about specific topics via iPhone apps on those topics. A user buys a topic-specific application that works on their mobile phone and receives up-to-the-minute news and information about the topic, from multiple authoritative sources. We need your help finding those sources, in the form of RSS feeds. We will give you very specific directions on how to do so.

20-40 hours per week in our offices at $13.50 per hour, with the possibility of turning it into a full-time position for at least the next three months.

To Apply

Interested? Please e-mail Shea at ks.orourke@gmail.com with a cover letter and resume. We will send further details and an online test (about 30 minutes) to those interested.

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Producer — News 12 The Bronx

Producer at News 12 The Bronx

2010-06-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

We are looking for the right individuals to lead the team that prepare and execute all aspects of news and other content for delivery on all platforms. Ensure all content meets News 12 Network standards for journalistic integrity and production quality.

Ideal candidate needs a minimum of one year experience as a news producer or news associate producer. Must have excellent news judgment with knowledge of current events and history with effective news writing ability for all platforms. Must be creative and proficient in news production equipment and computers with understanding of news production techniques and the ability to develop engaging presentation. Must be able to work well under pressure alone, and as a member of a team. Must have excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to work a flexible schedule. Must have the ability to identify problems and develop solutions as well as the ability to coach and train. Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience preferred.

To Apply

Visit our career website at www.cablevision.com/careers
Click on "Submit Your Resume Online"
Click on "Search Openings"
Input 235BR in Req ID
Create a profile, upload your resume and apply for the position.

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Managing Editor — Home4Dance

Managing Editor at Home4Dance

2010-06-10 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Home4Dance is the Premier Network for Dance.

Our mission is to empower the dance community by providing the most innovative technologies to maximize career and business opportunities across the Dance Industry. Imagine all the relevant features of Linkedin, Facebook, Backstage, Monster and IMDB integrated into a professional network exclusively for dance.

We are looking for a talented, driven, detail-oriented, efficient, and organized Managing Editor who can help produce and coordinate the Home4Dance Blogs while maintaining journalistic and copy editing standards.

Job Description

Prior management and online magazine or blog production experience is required. Experience and knowledge of the Dance Industry and dance writing is a major plus.

Job responsibilities include:
* Working closely with the Editor in Chief
* Working with all writers and editors to get story submissions in on time, copy-editing, hiring, organizing editorial budget and production schedule for our blogs.
* Posting blog entries.
* Line editing and copy editing stories from freelance writers and staff editors.

* Coordinating the efforts of editorial and production staffers.

Essential skills and qualifications include:

* 2 years of magazine and/or online publishing experience, preferably with some experience managing people. Or equivalent credentials.

* Solid knowledge of blogs, the basics of copy editing, fact-checking, and online magazine production.

* Experience with content management software such as Wordpress or Movable Type.

* Excellent time management, multitasking, organizational, and problem-solving skills.

The ideal candidate must be flexible, pro-active, new media savvy, and able to work independently. Our ideal candidate should also be comfortable working from home and logging into our offices communicating remotely with live chat, Skype and through our Home4Dance network

To Apply

Please email your resume, cover letter and writing sample to Ani Simon-Kennedy, Editor-in-Chief at ani@home4dance.com

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Online Journalists — AARP

Online Journalists at AARP

2010-06-07 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

AARP is the nation's largest non-profit membership organization with over 40 million members strong and leading a revolution in the way people view and live life after 50. At AARP, we are involved with the daily lives of more Americans in more ways than you can imagine. If you're ready, here's your chance to take action and make an impact in Washington, D.C.

Job Description

AARP is seeking two experienced and skilled consumer-facing journalists to lead online content channels for aarp.org, our award-winning website. Reporting directly to the online executive producer in our Washington DC office, the successful candidates will be top-notch editorial thinkers and producers, able to conceive and create great content (practical, inspirational, and aspirational) for people striving to live their best lives after age 50.

Qualified candidates must have significant editorial and management (people management as well as project management) experience in news (preferably daily) and/or features, including several years in a web environment; must play extremely well with others (up, down, and sideways) in a complex organization that is not a pure publishing/content play; and must be utterly unflappable. Specialized knowledge of two of the following content areas, especially through a 50+ prism, is a huge plus: entertainment, food, technology and travel.

To Apply

Qualified candidates are invited to apply by sending a resume to Lorne Epstein, recruiter, at Lepstein@AARP.org.

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Associate Online Editor - News, Religion & People — About.com

Associate Online Editor - News, Religion & People at About.com

2010-05-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

About.com is seeking a smart self-starter with excellent editorial skills and judgment to fill the role of Associate Editor for News, People and Religion at our headquarters in New York City. Experience in an online publishing environment is required. Experience in one or more of these verticals (News, People, Religion) is a plus; Experience working with freelance writers or independent contractors is a strong plus.

The primary responsibility of the Associate Editor will be to fulfill the editorial mission of About.com while improving content quality and audience retention. Associate Editors work with About.com Guides (freelance writers) and the editorial staff to help provide practical solutions to everyday problems facing About.com's millions of readers across a wide variety of topics and interests.

Job Description

Specific Responsibilities:

* Review About.com GuideSites regularly to judge quality of content and user experience.
* Work with Guides (freelance writers) and the editorial staff to improve content quality and audience metrics, including pageviews, frequency and duration.
* Develop and maintain good working relationships with Guides and troubleshoot editorial issues while fostering a cooperative team atmosphere within assigned topic areas.
* Write site descriptions for new/unguided sites; work with Content Development team to recruit and hire new Guides.
* Create and implement editorial calendars for effective creation and promotion of content in News, People and Religion Channels.
* Work in conjunction with manager to identify future trends and gaps in coverage in current taxonomy; recommend new GuideSites or potential content partnerships.
* Track metrics that demonstrate improvements in content quality (uniques, user frequency / duration.)
* Track competitive landscape and identify potential risks or opportunities for About.com.

Qualifications:

* Bachelor's Degree
* 1-2 years experience creating or editing online content.
* Excellent written and oral communication skills.
* Strong online communication skills via email, forums and other methods.
* Ability to multitask in a fast paced environment and familiarize yourself with new topics quickly.
* Must be well-versed in current Web trends and concepts.
* Experience working with freelance writers or independent contractors a strong plus.

To Apply

Send resume to: rohanna.thomas@nytimes.com.

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Associate Producer, Broadcast — StoryCorps

Associate Producer, Broadcast at StoryCorps

2010-05-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Job Description

Job Title: Associate Producer, Broadcast
Department: Production
Division: Program
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Reports To: Senior Producer
Status: Full Time, Regular, Exempt

Position Overview:

The Associate Producer works with the Senior Producer and Producer to produce StoryCorps' weekly national broadcast on NPR's Morning Edition and other audio content to promote the project. The Associate Producer also assists in the creation of production schedules and broadcast plans, researches, pitches, and field reports StoryCorps interviews, and manages and prioritizes tape coming in through various StoryCorps recording sites. The Associate Producer is also responsible for editing staff and interns and supervising a Production Assistant.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Produce stories for StoryCorps' national broadcast on Morning Edition, including fact checking and writing host copy
* Supervise one Production Assistant
* Train and edit staff and interns
* Research, pitch, and record StoryCorps interviews for potential production use
* Identify and track tape from recording booths for potential production use
* Provide department with production and administrative support
* Serve as an active member of the StoryCorps Production department, including participation in departmental meetings and interdepartmental project teams.

Knowledge, Skills, and Qualifications:

* Minimum 2 years of work experience in producing audio for broadcast and the web
* Bachelor's degree
* Demonstrated expertise in non-linear, narrative, digital editing, including mixing music and audio; experience using ProTools is a plus
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills
* Supervisory experience is a plus
* Ability to work as part of a team in a deadline-oriented, fast-paced environment
* Willingness to travel
* Ability to be flexible and adaptable, and contribute to problem-solving activities within a growing, changing organization
* Belief and interest in the mission of the organization.

StoryCorps seeks to hire staff who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.

To Apply

All positions at StoryCorps are filled without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. All are

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Reporter - The New York Law Journal — ALM Media

Reporter - The New York Law Journal at ALM Media

2010-05-17 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

ALM, an integrated media company, is a leading provider of specialized business news and information, focused primarily on the legal and commercial real estate sectors. ALM's market-leading brands include The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, GlobeSt.com, Insight Conferences, Law.com, Law Journal Press, LegalTech, The National Law Journal and Real Estate Forum. Headquartered in New York City, ALM was formed in 1997. For more information, visit www.alm.com.

Job Description

New York Law Journal – Reporter

Responsibilities:
• Reviewing all decisions from the courts in Nassau and Suffolk counties, and the appellate divisions; and for reporting on decisions, judges, court administration, bar groups, law firms and government agencies.
• Develop relationships with personnel in the following agencies and cover: trial and surrogate's courts in Nassau and Suffolk counties; administrative judges and other OCA offices; U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District, specifically Central Islip; The District Attorneys Offices in both Nassau and Suffolk counties; major law firms and small firms and solo practitioners; and bar associations.
• Develop an expertise in evaluating decisions from the Appellate Division, Second Department.
• The other part of this job is to work with the NYLJ reporting staff on longer term projects and features.
• The reporter must be able to cover breaking news for the web, and provide longer form stories with context for the daily paper; as well as find and report longer term features.
• Persons seeking this position should understand the special relationship between the New York Law Journal and the state and federal courts. While we pride ourselves on our aggressive and sophisticated reporting, we also take pride in our professionalism, our fair and balanced reporting, and the fact that we treat our sources with respect. This reporter is the face of the Law Journal on Long Island and must be willing to adhere to our high journalistic and professional standards

Requirements:
• College degree and several years of daily newspaper reporting with emphasis on legal reporting a must.
• Law degree is preferable.
• The ideal candidate must be able to maintain relationships with court personnel, develop sources, doggedly track down information, write clearly and file on deadline

Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls or agencies please. ALM is an equal opportunity employer that encourages and values diversity. M/F/D/V

ALM places a high value on employees and strives to be an employer of choice. To that end we offer competitive salaries, professional growth opportunities, and a comprehensive selection of benefits that include: medical, dental, vision, 401(K) and life insurance options.

To Apply

Qualified candidates should submit resume, cover letter with salary requirements to opportunities@alm.com for immediate consideration. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls or agencies please. ALM is an equal opportunit

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Editorial Manager — Dowser

Editorial Manager at Dowser

2010-05-13 » Journalism Internship »

Company Description

Dowser (dowser.org) is a recently launched media organization that reports on social innovation, focusing on the question: Who is solving what and how? We highlight creative approaches to social change in order to help people understand how to build better communities and a better world. We envision a day in which everyone is as well-informed about potential solutions to social problems as they are about the problems themselves.

We seek an Editorial Manager with well-honed editing skills, an accessible writing voice, excellent research skills, and a passion for the field of social innovation. The Editorial Manager will source, edit and write articles that embrace a solution-oriented approach to journalism. Based in New York City, this full-time position offers wide-ranging opportunities to apply your creativity, entrepreneurial skills and bold instincts to build a new media organization.

Job Description

Responsibilities
- Edit all written content on the site; ensure consistency in Dowser's engaging, fresh tone
- Recruit and manage team of freelance journalists, bloggers, and interns
- Vet pitches from contributors, assign story topics, and manage all aspects of story development from idea to publication
- Organize content production calendar
- Write original content for Dowser in conversational, energetic and intelligent style; conceive of compelling features and articles
- Keep abreast of current events, trends and writing in the field of social innovation and beyond
- Develop strategies for content distribution and promotion including partnerships and collaborations
- Promote site content through social media; analyze and monitor site traffic
- Manage general administrative tasks associated with a start-up organization

Qualifications:
- 3-5 years of editorial experience, especially online
- Experience as a blogger or writer
- Knowledge of and passion for the field of social innovation
- Comfortable with social media, Wordpress, and multimedia web
content
- Entrepreneurially-minded and a self-starter
- Creativity, flexibility and sense of humor needed to work at a fast-paced, start-up media organization

To Apply

Please submit a resume, cover letter, contact information for two references, and two short writing samples (one-page articles and blog posts preferred) to jobs[@]dowser[dot]org. Indicate how you found out about this job opportunity in your cover letter.

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Production Intern — OURscene Networks