Opportunities 10.21.12


Writing/Publications/Digital Journalism-News Internships
If you are interested in working a spring 2013 Writing/Publications internship and want to participate in the upcoming interview day on November 30, you have a second chance to submit an application. Since the applicant pool numbers are not where we need them to be, we’ll allow a few more students to submit late applications. This is for Writing/Publications internships only. Please submit your application by 5pm Monday 10/29.

Applications are located in the Student Resource Center on the second floor of the Cronkite School. Applications can be downloaded from http://cronkite.asu.edu/assets/pdf/internship_app_2012-13.pdf

Dow Jones News Fund Summer Internship- Editing Exam
It’s that time again! Dr. Leslie-Jean Thornton will be proctoring the Dow Jones News Fund 2013 summer internship editing exams in a couple of weeks.

The internship is paid, prestigious and highly competitive. This hour-long exam is for those interested in the Digital Editing and News Editing programs. Those who are chosen (about 80, including business and sports interns) go to a two-week training session before heading to their assigned news organization, $1,000 scholarships, and travel stipends to training sites.

Dates of Exam:
Saturday, Oct. 27, 10:30 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 29, 1:30 p.m.
Place to be determined, but most likely conference room 375. You have an hour to complete it.

Apply online here: https://www.newsfund.org (register as “Intern applicant”)

Dr. Thornton will take care of getting your completed exams to Dow Jones by the Nov. 1 deadline, but you must complete all other online applications on your own. This will include writing an essay that is taken very seriously by the judging committee.

Those familiar with the exam know that it tests on knowledge of recent news (back about a year from September), geography (particularly that of the United States), grammar, word use, headline construction and critical thinking. This would include spotting libelous comment, factual inaccuracies, lapses in logic and inappropriate reporting. Practice exams (including answers) are available here: http://www.editteach.org/specialprojects?id=8

Contact Dr. Thornton at leslie-jean.thornton@asu.edu.


The Cronkite School is again offering a three-credit course this spring semester for students interested in careers in sports journalism.

Students in JMC 494 Multimedia Sports Reporting: Covering Spring Training will produce daily multimedia coverage of Major League Baseball spring training teams for several major metropolitan daily news operations. It will be taught by Greg Boeck and Jose Romero, adjunct professors and longtime sports journalists. Each reporting team will include two digital specialists, two videographers and two photographers. Working closely with Mr. Boeck and Mr. Romero and editors at partner newspapers, student reporters will provide multimedia feature, enterprise and breaking news stories on all aspects of spring training.

Students will meet on T/TH from 9-10:50 a.m. from Jan. 7 to approximately Feb. 15. From approximately Feb. 15 through March 31, students will be assigned to Major League Baseball facilities across the Valley. During those six weeks, student reporters will be expected to dedicate two to three full days each week to the program. The course will end in early April.
•Prerequisites: JMC 305 (Online Media) and either JMC 301 (Intermediate Reporting), JMC 315 (Intermediate Reporting and Writing (Broadcast) or JMC 351 (Photo I). JMC 494 (sports writing), JMC 345 and JMC 351 (Photo II) are strongly suggested.
•Credentials: The Cronkite School will secure press credentials from MLB to give the student reporters full access to spring training.
•Travel: Student reporters must have regular access to their own vehicles. Participants will be traveling around the Valley about two to three times a week during spring training to cover teams. All Cactus League spring training facilities are less than one hour from the Cronkite School campus.
•Other Classes, Jobs, etc.: Participants must schedule classes, jobs, internships and any other responsibilities so they have either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday completely free from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the six-week period. Students also will be expected to work every other Friday.

How to Apply: The class is by instructor permission. Interested students should send a resume, three samples of journalistic work (published clips, websites, photos and/or broadcast packages) and a brief letter outlining their interest in the course to Greg Boeck by Nov. 1. Packages can be dropped off to Mr. Boeck’s attention in Cronkite Student Services (Cronkite 222) or emailed to him at gregboeck@yahoo.com.

Internship, Career & Graduate School Fair
3:00 – 6:00 p.m.

ASU Downtown Phoenix campus
Civic Space Park, AE England Building at 424 N. Central Ave.

Organizations scheduled to attend (*Graduate and Professional Schools are italicized ):
·100 Club of Arizona
·A.T. Still University
·AASK – Aid to Adoption of Special Kids
-American National Medical Management
·Arizona Auditor General
·Arizona Department of Economic Security
·ASU College of Law
·ASU Department of Biomedical Informatics
·Art Institute of Phoenix
·Arthritis Introspective
-CIGNA Corporation
·City of Payson Police Department
·City of Phoenix
-Civitan Foundation
·Digital Air Strike
·Financial Engines
·Gannett Local
·Glendale Fire Dept. Crisis Response
-Grand Canyon State Games
·HELP International
·Hertz Corporation
·Midwestern University
·Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
·Peace Corps
·Phoenix School of Law
·R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
·Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
-Southwest Behavioral Health Services
·Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine
·Southwest Network
·State Farm
·Target Corporation
·Teach For America
·The University of Texas at El Paso
·University of Arizona
·University of Nevada School of Medicine

·Wells Fargo Bank
·Yelp, Inc.

This event is open to all ASU students and alumni regardless of the campus in which you take classes and we strongly encourage that you come to see what these organizations have to offer. December and May graduates, alumni and internship seekers are encouraged to dress professionally and bring resumes.

Attend a workshop on “How to be Successful at the Career Fair” on Monday, October 22 from 1:30-2:30 p.m.at the Downtown Phoenix campus Career Service – POST 110.

For shuttle times between ASU campuses, view http://www.asu.edu/parking/pdf/shuttles/west-current.pdf

Please note: This event is not sponsored by the Cronkite School.


Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 internship- Phoenix Coyotes
The production intern will be a valuable member of the production team that services the Phoenix Coyotes Hockey Club as well as Jobing.Com arena in all of their video and presentation needs. The production intern will assist the entire production team in the creation of content for the arena, the web and broadcasting. The production intern will also assist in field shoots and organizing tape and digital assets.

Tasks and Responsibilities
-Assist in organizing and storing of all media assets
-Assist Production team during field shoots
-Assist in the production of elements for the arena video boards and graphic displays

Required Knowledge/Skills/Job Qualifications
-Knowledge of Hockey required
-Comfortable with Non-Linear Edit Systems
-Knowledge of Photoshop/After-Effects a plus
-Comfortable with cameras , lighting and audio gear
-Available to work some weekends/evenings

-Must be getting college credit for internship

Material and Equipment Used
-Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Edit System
-Adobe Photoshop/After Effects
-Microsoft Office Suite
-Mac OSX

Contact: Rachel Regnier

Fall 2012 or spring 2013 Internship
The Arizona Republic Custom Publishing- Paid

Republic Media Custom Publishing seeks an intern for up to 29 hours per week. RMCP produces numerous newsprint and magazine publications, as well as digital applications, which cover topics such as real estate, health care,
travel, automobiles, shopping, entertainment and business. We’re looking for someone with the ability to write original stories, edit submitted copy,proof pages in AP Style, gather information, fact check, create and maintain calendars, track down photos to accompany stories and write photo captions, etc. The ideal candidate is a quick study and will adhere to The Arizona Republic’s high standards of writing and editing. Hours
are flexible around the student’s schedule. Internship position is available immediately and is renewable. RMCP uses Microsoft Word, Excel,Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop.

Skills needed:
*Edits and/or writes articles as needed.
*Possesses AP Style knowledge.
*Basic command of Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft
*Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google documents.
*Utilizes a variety of computer software systems to view, edit and proof articles.
*Updates project-tracking documents and maintains production calendar.
*Gathers information from sources through a variety of commonly used reporters’ tools for custom publication articles including interviews and research.
*Fact-checks written materials.

Jim Williams
Project Editor
Republic Media Custom Publishing

Spring 2013 CNN in Washington
Here’s the link for the internship opportunities coming up this spring:

Spring 2013 United Nations Development Program Internship in DC

UNDP Washington Web Developer/Communications Internship
UNDP is seeking an enthusiastic graduate student with excellent web skills for its Web Developer/ Communications Internship, to start with immediate effect. Under the supervision of the Communications Officer, the intern will provide support in the updating of and general maintenance of UNDP Washington Office website.

This internship is for a period of three months with possible extension of up to six months.

Duties and Responsibilities:
* Provide assistance to the Communications Officer in updating the UNDP Washington Office website (us.undp.org)
* Work with the Communications officer in the formulation and implementation of new media and web strategies
* Audio/Video recording and editing for webcasts
* Research materials from UNDP intranet and other sources for publication on the website
* Assist in other outreach related activities of the office

Required Skills and Experience
* Strong Dreamweaver and HTML knowledge
* Knowledge of PHP, CSS and/or XML
* Sound knowledge of video integration (including flash player plug-in integration with social media)
* Audio/Video recording and editing experience
* New Media skills (website integration and strategy)
* Web design experience
* Interest in international development

Application Materials (Note that only complete applications will be considered)
* Cover letter
* Curriculum Vitae
* Completed UNDP Application Form for Internships (MS Word | PDF)
* Proof of health insurance coverage

Please send your complete application by email to:
Email: undp.washington@undp.org (Attention: Internships Coordinator)

More information about the UNDP internship program can be found here:

Spring ’13 Internship- Music Writer
Develop your own portfolio of published work while contributing to a major music industry website. This is a volunteer, part-time, work-from-home position for individuals who wish to gain experience in the world of music journalism, and have their work published.

LiveMusicGuide.com is one of the leading live music search engines as well as sources of music news online. Over 265,000 Google visitors type the keywords Live Music Guide every month – and that is without our extensive investment in online and offline marketing. Our live music search engine provides users with information about 75 thousand national and international live music events DAILY. We cover over 50,000 artists, and thousands of music venues. Livemusicguide.com has few peers simply as a factor of our coverage scale.

Candidates will have the opportunity to contribute by publishing their own original articles on the website contingent upon editorial review of all submissions and approval for publishing. In addition, if you choose to participate in our credited internship program, candidates will perform various functions such as research, fact checking, and basic editing duties.

After the candidate has established him or herself as a mature, reliable member of our team they may be asked to perform duties in which they liaise with record labels, artists, public relations professionals, and music venues’ management. In some situations, the candidate may be offered an opportunity to interview artists, industry professionals, and receive press credentials to attend concerts for review.

Credited & Non-Credited Internships & Staff Writers
You may apply your experience with LMG to your resume as an internship. Your school may require an internship during your tenure, but if you plan to compete with the number of journalism majors in the job market, you will quickly find that it is important to have a number of internships under your belt.

Contributors and Staff Writers
All candidates who choose to write articles for the site start their career as “Contributors”. If you write well, demonstrate reliability, and are able to integrate our guidance, you may be asked to step up to Staff Writer. Writers may cover general music news, concert tour news, or album reviews. If you are proactive and really prepare you may conduct artist interviews.

All participants are provided with a personal reference when they engage their job searches. In addition, you will experience a vastly enhanced “Google Presence”; when browsers type your name into Google, your articles will appear, letting everyone know that you are a published journalist.

If you have always hoped for a vehicle from which to have your voice heard, LiveMusicGuide.com can be that platform. We offer the opportunity to attract the volume of readership you’ve always dreamed about. Inspiring readers with your style and content is up to you. If you are interested, please respond while there are still openings available.

• Must love to write
• Must love music
• Must be opinionated
• Must have style
• Must be someone that will take this opportunity seriously
• Must be able to keep your finger on the pulse of new music, artists, musical events, festivals, new releases, news, etc
• Must be able to meet deadlines and submit on a predetermined schedule that you are comfortable with
• Reasonable computer skills

• Refine your abilities as a music journalist by publishing on LiveMusicGuide.com
• Enjoy yourself in the process!

Please respond to: writers@livemusicguide.com

Sports Journalism Institute
Application Deadline: Friday, Nov. 2, 2012

Get specialized sports journalism training, a paid sports news internship, a scholarship and industry contacts through the 2013 Sports Journalism Institute.

The Associated Press Sports Editors established the institute to increase racial and gender diversity in the sports departments of America’s newsrooms. APSE formed partnerships with AAJA and other organizations to connect the institute’s opportunities with college students aspiring to be sports journalists.

The 2013 program starts with an intensive week of instruction led by journalism professionals from May 31 to June 8 at the University of Missouri at Columbia. That’s followed by an eight-week paid internship at a print, digital or electronic media outlet. Upon completion of the program, college students receive a $500 scholarship.

College sophomores and juniors with editing and online skills are encouraged to apply. Applicants do not need to be AAJA members, but must join – with a student rate available – if selected. Apply to the SJI through AAJA by November 2.

PR/Social Media Internship

Air Integrated
You’re a college student and maybe you have to fulfill internship credits. Or you’re a recent grad needing to add some experience to your resume. Either way, you want to dig deeper into advertising, especially the public relations and social media side of things. That’s where we come in. We’re always looking for stellar young talent to bring on board and live the agency experience. While you’ll get a well-rounded experience, you’ll work primarily with our PR/social wizards. Your goal is to gain skills, and we have nothing but opportunity for you. If most of what we’re dishing out below describes your style, we’re waiting to hear from you:

You are:
-Addicted to your smartphone and social media
-Fascinated by the creative world
-Eager to learn about advertising, public relations or both
-Secretly or openly in love with the power of writing
-Willing to commit your time to gain awesome experience
-A problem solver
-An outspoken go-getter
-A fun-having, all-things-cool enthusiast

We offer a laid back, creative environment with reasonable expectations: show up, get your work done, and have fun. Are you picking up what we’re putting down? Shoot over an email with your resume/portfolio to Janelle Brannock at jbrannock@airintegrated.com.

Arizona State Senate: 2013 Page Program & Internship
(This is not a for-credit internship at the Cronkite School. I listed it only because you might have a Political Science minor or dual major and it might help with your Poli-Sci program.)

The Arizona State Senate is currently hiring temporary full-time and part-time Senate Pages for the upcoming 2013 Session. The paid internship position pays an hourly wage of $9.00. The Legislative session is expected to last one hundred calendar days (however, past sessions have extended anywhere from April to late June). Work would begin the second Monday in January and terminate upon the conclusion of session.

The Senate Page program provides an exciting up-close look and behind the scenes experience of the Legislative process in the State of Arizona. Pages are non-partisan staff and serve all 30 members of the Senate. The most important responsibility of a Page is to attend to the needs of the Senators while on the Senate Chamber floor during formal sessions, in standing committee meetings and in Party caucuses. Pages assist in preparing the Senate Chamber for floor sessions by distributing bills, amendments, and calendars to the desks of members. Duties consist primarily of delivery of correspondence and legislative material (bills, amendments, calendars, etc.) within the Senate building and the Capitol complex.

Substantive work may include assisting the public, primarily through Constituent services casework under the direction of the Constituent Services manager. Constituent work may include assisting in the drafting of correspondence, contacting constituents via phone or email and conducting research at the request of Senate members.

Other duties may include setting up electronic and AV equipment, general delivery of memos and messages, handling incoming/outgoing mail and any other general assistance that is required. Pages assisting Senators during Floor sessions and committees hearings are expected to stay for the duration of those meetings, which sometimes extend into the evening hours.

Pages are encouraged to track legislation, policy, issues, and legislative trends throughout the session and relate them to their college studies. (Note: The Senate Page program is not affiliated with the Arizona Legislative internship program)

For more information please visit our online program posting: http://www.azleg.state.az.us/careeropportunities/Senate_Page.pdf

Link to Additional Program Info/FAQ’s: http://www.azleg.state.az.us/SenatePageFAQ.pdf
Link to Program Application: http://www.azleg.state.az.us/senatepageposition.pdf

Desired Qualifications: Applicants with an interest in government, public policy and/or the legislative process.

Preferred Majors: Open to all majors and academic/class status (Undergraduate as well as Graduate students).

Application Instructions and Contact Info:
Applicants must fill out an application (resume and/or cover letter optional) which can be found at: http://www.azleg.state.az.us/senatepageposition.pdf
The application deadline is Friday, October 26, 2012.

For more information about the program, please contact Jenna Lyon, Deputy Sergeant at Arms

Phone: (602) 926-4478
Email: JLyon@azleg.gov
Fax: (602) 417-3199


Village Voice Media
Village Voice Media Group fellowships are six-month writing and reporting jobs. It pays $500 per week, with no benefits. Fellows may be placed at any of our thirteen publications. It’s not uncommon for fellows to subsequently be hired as staff writers, although full-time placement upon completion of the fellowship is not guaranteed. Fellows write three long-form features during their tenure, along with making regular contributions to the news blog. Students graduating with undergraduate or graduate degrees are eligible. Strong, reported clips are a must, as is a facility for spot news and multimedia blogging. You must be within one of year of graduation.

The Village Voice recruiter will be at the Cronkite School on the morning of Friday November 2 to conduct interviews. If you would like to interview with Village Voice, please send a resume to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu and in the subject line write: Village Voice Fellowship. The deadline to sign up for these interviews is October 26.

The NPR Kroc Fellowship
The NPR Kroc Fellowship was established to identify and develop a new generation of extraordinary journalists for the public radio system.

NPR is looking for a diverse pool of applicants who aspire to work in public radio. Candidates must be just completing college or graduate school, or be out of school for one year or less as of December 31, 2012. They do not need journalism or radio experience, but must demonstrate exceptional potential and drive.

Three Kroc Fellows will be accepted into the program this year. The Fellowship begins in August 2013 and lasts one year. It includes a stipend of more than $40,000, plus benefits, which include paid vacation. Fellows will get rigorous, hands-on training in every aspect of public radio journalism — writing, reporting, producing and editing, for both radio and the Web. Kroc Fellows will work primarily at NPR headquarters in Washington D.C., though each Fellowship will include an assignment to an NPR member station.

Applications will be accepted now through the end of the year but must be postmarked no later than December 31, 2012.

For more info on how to apply:

Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM)
Since 1990, AWSM has placed more than 100 female college students interested in sports media careers in paid internships with employers such as Sports Illustrated, ESPN and some of the country’s most respected daily newspapers. Winners will receive up to a $1,000 scholarship and be placed in a paid internship. Our 2012 interns worked at ESPN, Sports Illustrated, MLB.com, The Denver Post, The Washington Times and USA Swimming.Former AWSM interns now work at top media organizations like the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, The Associated Press, The Washington Post, the Boston Globe and ESPN. During the summer of 2010, AWSM placed interns at ESPN, Sports Illustrated, MLB.com, the Salt Lake City Tribune, USA Track and Field and the Colorado Springs Gazette.
• Applicants must be full-time female students seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree during the 2010-11 academic year.
• Previous winners are not eligible.
• Membership in AWSM is not required. However, applicants can join AWSM for just $15 in addition to their $20 application fee.
Apply today. Deadline to receive materials is October 31, 2012.

More info and application instructions here: http://awsmonline.org/internship-scholarship/


Student Video Production Assistant
Arizona State University is A New American University — one that welcomes responsibility for the economic, social and cultural well-being of society. ASU is an institution that can find and create answers, inspire action and provide the leadership for change. Our scholars, scientists, artists, engineers and students pursue an over-riding goal: discovery and knowledge that will help us solve the great challenges we face in this century in a way that is best for society and our shared future.

The ASU Foundation for A New American University (ASUF) raises, invests and manages private funds to benefit Arizona State University. Additionally, the foundation serves as the university’s entrepreneurial arm in technology commercialization, real estate investment and other emerging initiatives. One of Arizona’s oldest 501(c)(3) organizations, the foundation helps advance the challenges before us.

The ASUF Communications and Marketing (C&M) department supports efforts to engage ASU donors, potential donors and other stakeholders in ASU’s vision. The communications and marketing department advances the work of our foundation colleagues by providing strategic marketing advice, implementing dynamic communications strategies, effectively coordinating and staffing events, and producing quality collateral across print and online media in support of cultivation, fund-raising and stewardship activities.

Reporting to the Director of Video Communication, the student video production assistant supports the on-time delivery of video projects, including production and post-production tasks, as well as other duties as needed. This is a paid internship, which also provides upper level course credit through the Film and Media Studies section of the ASU English department.

Essential Functions:
•Serve as a production assistant on shoots, including setup, lighting, second unit camera work and audio recording as needed
•Download, copy, and log all audio and video files from each shoot
•Edit video, audio, and animation using Premiere Pro CS6 and Final Cut Pro HD
•Prepare 2D graphic files for 3D animation using Photoshop
•Maintain media asset database
•Research images, audio, and art/graphics related to each production

Skills & Abilities:
•Experience with operating video cameras and using other production related gear
•Post-production editing experience in Adobe CS6 production suite (Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Premiere Pro and Audition), Final Cut Pro, or both
•Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and responsibility regarding information related to foundation and university business and confidential donor information
•Strong and collegial interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively in person, in writing, and by phone
•Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
•Problem solver who can take initiative and set priorities while being flexible
•Focused worker who will see tasks through to completion
•Ability to represent the institution well
•Attention to detail and thoroughness in completing assigned duties
•Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects
•Knowledge of and experience with Microsoft office products (Word, Excel and Outlook)
•Ability to quickly learn new software programs and apply new production techniques as needed
•Knowledge of the video production, print, and web production processes a plus
•Ability to work in both PC and Macintosh computer environments

A current student at Arizona State University pursuing a degree in a related field with a willingness to learn and ability to work well with others. Student must be willing to sign and abide by a confidentiality agreement. Video Production, Film and Media Studies, or Cronkite production student preferred.

Contact us today.

For more information on the ASU Foundation, visit our web site at www.asufoundation.org. If interested in the student video production assistant position, please apply online at www.asufoundation.org/careers.

The ASU Foundation for A New American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

TelePrompter Operator (Part-time/Temporary)
KTVK- 3TV is accepting applications for the position of a part-time/temporary (25 hours /week) Teleprompter Operator.

Consistently load and operate the KTVK broadcast teleprompter equipment. Must also be able to print & distribute scripts. Reliable and punctual attendance.

Willing and able to work an early morning shift (5am to 10am ) and holidays. Able to speak and read English fluently. Able to sit, read, see the teleprompter screen and perform the job functions for extended periods of time. Basic working knowledge of computers, keyboards and word processing software. The job requires manual dexterity to operate the teleprompter remote hand controls. The right candidate must be punctual and have reliable transportation to work.

Resumes to: KTVK, Executive Producer, 5555 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85013. careers@azfamily.com or fax- (602) 207-3336. EOE.

No Calls Please.

Animal Planet’s TV 101 Winter 2013 Program

Ever want to learn how to turn your creative ideas into hit television programming?

Discovery Communications, the world’s number one nonfiction media company, invites you to join the creative team at Animal Planet for a four-week, intensive experience. Animal Planet is the network that brought you Whale Wars, River Monsters, Pit Boss, Finding Bigfoot, Pit Bulls and Parolees and Call of the Wildman. We aim to provide interns with a greater understanding of how to tell a great story and leverage those ideas into successful on-screen programming. You don’t need to be an animal lover or a filmmaker to be considered for this opportunity!

You will be given a general focus, an end goal and a program structure; however, the story you choose to tell is up to you. The program will spotlight different stages of the creative process each week, giving you exposure to research, casting and field work, production, and programming. At the conclusion of the program, you will present your final project to the Animal Planet team.

But you won’t be alone in this process. You will work under the guidance of an executive mentor who you can consult about the project and your career goals.

The position will be based out of our New York office (850 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10022). Please note that this is an unpaid, for-credit opportunity, and interns are responsible for making their own housing arrangements.

Internship Dates: January 3, 2013 – January 24, 2013
Schedule: Full-time (30+ hours per week)
Location: New York City

We are looking for individuals who:
-Are passionate about media, entertainment, and television
-Are able to think creatively and constructively
-Have excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Are interested in learning about a career at a television network

-Students must be in their sophomore or junior year of college
-Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
-Able to receive school credit or transcript notation for participation in the program
-Flip camera or laptop with editing software (e.g. iMovie) a plus, but not required

Application Instructions:
Please submit the following information to intern_program@discovery.com with “Animal Planet TV 101 Internship” and the name of your school in the subject line of the email:
-Your resume
-Your academic transcript (unofficial is fine)
-A brief writing sample
-An answer (1 page maximum) to the following question: What is your favorite TV show and why?

The application deadline is Friday, November 2, 2012.

We look forward to reviewing your submission and hope you will take advantage of this amazing opportunity. Thank you for your interest in Discovery Communications and Animal Planet!

Discovery Communications, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Discovery is committed to being an employer of choice, not just a good place to work, but a great and inclusive place to work. To that end, we strive to recruit and maintain a workforce that meaningfully represents the diverse and culturally rich communities that we serve.

Hartman Media Multi-media Producer

Create and edit video and audio. Manage posting content via all social media channels, YouTube, Traffic Geyser, blogs and other syndication/aggregation platforms. $10-$15 per hour or flat fee based on video output time.


Do “man-on-the-street” style interviews, interview guests and interview me for any of The Hartman Media Company’s 16 podcasts. Must have charisma, social skills and be quick learner who has an interest in the topic areas which are mostly centered around investing, economics, real estate, government, personal finance and wealth creation. Very helpful if you can edit/produce your own reporting to create final product. $10-$18 per hour.

Guest Booker

We have interviewed hundreds of famous authors, celebrities and thought leaders on The Hartman Media Company podcast network over the years; however, we cannot book them fast enough. We need about 15 bookings each week to fill the shows. This position requires good pitching, follow-up skills, organizational and maybe some PR skills. It’s a great opportunity to network with famous people. $10-$16 per hour or flat fee per booking.

The Hartman Media Company & Jason Hartman

Contact: Jason Hartman


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