Opportunities 4.30.13

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Internship Registration
If you are working a summer or fall internship that you found on your own and want (or are required to) receive credit for it, please contact cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu ASAP and send us this information: Company name, hours per week you will work, specific duties/responsibilities, supervisor’s name and supervisor’s EMAIL address.

INTERNSHIPS

Summer 2013 Graphic Design Internship PTS Multimedia
Innovative. Interactive. Agency.
www.ptsmultimedia.com

Our Story: The synergy at PTS Multimedia is what makes our team different! Regardless of our diverse backgrounds here at PTS Multimedia we all speak the same language. We focus on result driven marketing campaigns and we look out for the best interest of our clients.
What We Offer: A place to put what you have learned into practice. PTS Multimedia is a safe environment where students receive real-world experience. You won’t spend your day fetching coffee and making copies. You’ll be exposed to the daily processes involved in running a firm. Maybe you know ‘how’… we’ll show you ‘why’.

· Project management (we’ll teach you to juggle)
· Client relations (learn to kiss butt, the client is always right)
· Research (short cuts and cheats = makeable deadlines)
· Collaboration (so many personalities, so little time)
· Presentation (everything is sales)
· Build a portfolio (web, logos & print graphics)
· Class credit – if provided by your school

What We Need: A human being (no animals need apply) that has a positive attitude and is willingness to learn. You’ll have to be self-motivated, while we’ll teach and instruct you… we do not handhold. Plus, some of the skills below are helpful:

· Working knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator
· Experience creating digital art and graphics
· Web site mock-up and web graphics
· Passion for the digital art
· 14 to 16 hours a week
· Ability to dress yourself

If you are interested, please email your information & sample work (if you have it) to: rich@ptsmultimedia.com

Summer 2013- Ahwatukee Foothills News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

NEWS/FEATURE INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist with general assignment news and feature coverage for our newspaper (which prints every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) and daily website. News and feature interns will be expected to contribute story ideas (breaking news, health, business, arts/entertainment) for local publications, as well as construct news and feature content for our print and web output. Interns will learn the ins-and-outs of community journalism, sit in on planning meetings, as well as interact with virtually every member of our editorial staff. Bring your creative hats, please, as reporters are expected to have a role in all facets of story production – from conception, through visual storytelling, to final production.

ONLINE WEBSITE INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist with our online/web department by both updating and posting content to our website, as well as providing content through video. With our web product taking off, we’re looking for interns interested in enhancing their portfolios, as well as those interested in creating informative, yet creative, video news-packages for display at http://www.ahwatukee.com. Interns are welcome to contribute story and video ideas and will learn the ins-and-outs of community journalism, sit in on planning meetings, as well as interact with virtually every member of our editorial staff. Bring your creative hats, please.

PHOTO/VIDEO INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist our photography department with both still photojournalism and video photography and editing for our newspaper (which prints every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) and daily website. With our web product taking off, we’re looking for interns interested in enhancing their photo portfolios, as well as those interested in creating informative, yet creative, video news-packages for display at http://www.ahwatukee.com.

CONTACT: Kelly Mixer kmixer@ahwatukee.com
Location: 10631 S. 51st Street, Suite #1

Summer 2013- Arcadia News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

General Assignment/Feature Reporter: Coverage of schools, community and business plus feature stories. JMC 484 interns are expected to write a story a week for either the Arcadia News or for arcadiadaily.com. MCO 294 interns will have the opportunity to write up to a story a week. Transportation is helpful but not essential. Priority given to students who have had or are enrolled in JMC 301 with reliable transportation.

Sports Reporter: Live coverage of sporting events as well as feature writing. Fall interns will have the opportunity to learn beat coverage of an Arcadia High School sport. Fewer openings for summer interns.

CONTACT: Dale Messmer
dale@valleysportsledger.com
Location: 3850 E. Indian School Rd. Suite #1, Phoenix

Summer 2013- Arizona Capitol Times
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: JR. +
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

We strive to treat our interns just like newspaper staff members. Here is a brief description of intern duties: Interns are not limited to just the items below, as there are typically lots of opportunities to cover events and press conferences. As a member of the media representing the Arizona Capitol Times, Summer and Fall interns will have access to the Legislature (when in session) and other government officials. We want our interns to get the most out of their time here. Job Duties: Interns will be assigned a variety of stories throughout their internship at the Arizona Capitol Times. They will be required to write breaking news as assigned for the website and for the print product. Interns will also write enterprise/in-depth features for our popular Focus sections, which are included in the paper. A basic level of familiarity with AP style; story organization and reporting ability is required for our interns. Interns are encouraged to come up with their own story ideas as well to pitch to the internship coordinator (Josh Coddington) and managing editor (Tom Spratt) throughout their time here. It is not required, but typically makes for better stories. Interns are also encouraged, but not required, to take photos for stories on which they report. Equipment will be provided. Other stories/assignments as assigned. Scheduling/Time: Interns are expected to devise a set schedule and stick to that schedule as much as possible. Interns must communicate effectively with the internship coordinator at the Capitol Times. Interns are welcome to take time away from their duties here as needed, provided the intern informs the internship coordinator beforehand.

Internship Coordinator: Josh Coddington Special Sections Editor (602) 889-7141 josh.coddington@azcapitoltimes.com

Josh Coddington
Special Sections Editor
(602) 889-7141
josh.coddington@azcapitoltimes.com
Location 1835 W. Adams, Phoenix

Summer 2013- azfamily.com
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: JR. + Only w/previous internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($7.80/hr)

Digital Media Intern azfamily.com is looking for a motivated Internet News intern who has a sound grasp of journalism, sense of urgency for breaking news, and a compliment of web-knowledge with experience posting text, video, and pictures online. DUTIES: • Write news reports for the web and other digital media platforms • Ensure editorial quality and compliance with journalistic standards • Use technology and innovation to deliver content that is thorough, accurate, relevant, and timely • Collaborate across multiple teams including reporters, producers, photographers, marketers, technologists, etc. • Update slideshows and special sections of the website • Comply with digital publishing standards, including AP Style guidelines, Google News publishing guidelines, etc. • Other duties as assigned EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: Knowledge of digital media concepts including content management systems, mobile publishing, and online community management. Experience in SEO/SEM, interactive marketing, social media, digital journalism, and information architecture.

Superior writing and editing skills (optimized AP Style). Individual must be highly motivated, able to multi-task efficiently, handle stressful situations calmly and quickly, a critical thinker and results oriented. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Comfortable using Adobe CS4 (or later) web tools (Photoshop, etc.) and/or similar content creation tools. Solid understanding of photo and video editing concepts and tools. Schedule may include early mornings, nights and weekends.

Contact: Mike Gertzman
mgertzman@azfamily.com
Location: 5555 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013.

Summer 2013- AZ Big Media
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SO + with previous publication internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

AZ BIG MEDIA/ARIZONA BUSINESS MAGAZINE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Description Successful candidates will be working on our numerous publications, including Arizona Business Magazine, AZRE: Commercial Real Estate Magazine, Scottsdale Living, Experience AZ, Ranking Arizona, AZTech Magazine, and Play Ball.

Interns will have the opportunity to write bylined articles for publication, assist editors on projects, fact check, perform data entry, proof read, and work with the art department on photo shoots. Candidates also will write Web-exclusive articles and rewrite press releases for AZ Big Media’s online platforms. Interns will learn about the overall workings of a publishing company under the tutelage of editors, administrators and art directors. They will receive regular feedback on their performance and writing skills. Interns may also be asked to help work at several off-site, after-hour events. This includes at least one weekend event. Internship hours and days will be tailored to successful candidates’ schedules.

The positions are unpaid.

CONTACT: Peter Madrid peter.madrid@azbigmedia.com
Location: 3101 N. Central Ave. #1070, Phoenix

Summer 2013- College Times
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

As an intern at College Times, you’re a fundamental part of the editorial team. Our goal is to help you learn, in a small-business environment, about both traditional media and the rapidly evolving world of niche-based print journalism. Your duties will range from compiling weekly short-form stories on Phoenix-area college students and local news, to writing about events, to doing long-form features (including one 2,000-word feature completed at some point during the internship). In addition, you’ll participate in group projects, team meetings and learn about the importance of visual presentation in today’s media market. Our goal is to have you leave College Times as somebody more prepared for today’s journalism workplace, with a packet of nice clips and a positive experience. Interns are allotted a 15- to 18-hour work week from their pre-agreed upon start date, until their agreed upon final date.

CONTACT: Amanda Ventura
aventura@ecollegetimes.com
Location: 3200 N. Hayden Rd. Suite #210 Scottsdale, AZ

Summer 2013- East Valley Tribune- Arts & Entertainment/Social Media
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN; Experience with a previous publication desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: Stipend between $600-$1,000 (depending on total number of hours worked)

Arts & Entertainment Intern This intern will report primarily for GetOut, East Valley Tribune’s arts and entertainment hub. Potential stories include features on local people or groups involved in arts, theater, music, dance, museums, attractions, dining and other “things to do”; event previews; and occasional interviews with national entertainment personalities. This intern will have the opportunity to shoot photos and produce/appear in weekly webcasts and/or short videos to supplement select stories. The intern will have a hand in promoting GetOut via social media and may get to work on occasional news stories or other newsroom projects, as time allows. Candidates with photography and/or videography experience are desirable, but the most impressive candidates will display a willing and eager attitude to dig in, take on varied assignments and learn new processes and equipment. Ideal candidates will quickly apply what (EAST VALLEY TRIB cont’d) they learn to improve their skills. Please note that this is not a “reviewer” position for movies, music or theater.

Photo/Video Intern
The Photo/Video Intern will shoot photos to help tell a story visually for news, features and high school sports. The intern will also shoot/produce short videos when an assignment calls for it. Students will have the opportunity to have their work shown in print, showcased through galleries and slideshows online, as well as produce various multimedia components (namely video) for the complement of East Valley Tribune brands (including Nerdvana, the Tribune’s pop culture and technology blog, and GetOut, EVT’s Valley-wide arts and entertainment hub). This person should be able to caption photos using AP style and meet tight deadlines. Candidates with some experience, their own equipment, and a basic or better knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and/or Final Cut Pro are most desirable. You must be a self starter who is willing to explore. Be prepared to show a portfolio with examples of your work.

Social Media/Technology Intern
The Social Media/Technology intern will have a two-fold opportunity at the East Valley Tribune. This opportunity will conceivably include work with the Tribune’s various social media projects, as well as editorial coverage of local issues and topics relating to the prominent East Valley technology and aerospace industries. In terms of the social media component, this intern will work with the EVT social media team, assisting with efforts to craft a relevant and impactful social media strategy and usage guidelines for various social media outlets (including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest), with the intent of better delivering information, showcasing news coverage and growing readership. In terms of the technology editorial component, this intern will be willing and eager to learn, research and share local-centric information in written form – and visual, if applicable – to a targeted audience of technology industry employees and constituents. The most impressive candidates will display a willing and eager attitude to dig in, take on varied assignments and learn new processes and equipment. Ideal candidates will quickly apply what they learn to improve their skills.

CONTACT: Amanda Zajac
azajac@evtrib.com
Location: 1620 W. Fountainhead Pkwy, #219, Tempe

Summer 2013- Echo Magazine
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN; Previous Internship Experience Required
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: Stipend for published articles

Interns will get a variety of assignments, while learning about publication of a niche magazine. Assignments will include news stories, event previews, feature stories and profiles. Depending on the candidate’s interests and experience, an intern could be assigned to write magazine cover stories or complete a project for the magazine. Echo Magazine is published every other week and serves the Phoenix lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community with news, features, commentary, entertainment and information. Interns will work in the magazine’s office in central Phoenix.

CONTACT: Anthony Dewitt
dewitt.ant@gmail.com
Location: 3815 N 3rd St., Phoenix

Summer 2013- EmpowHER
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

Content, Community and Marketing Communications Internship We are seeking an exciting internship opportunity for students studying or hoping to gain experience in Writing and Editorial Responsibilities.

The Content intern will have the opportunity to manage projects and campaigns designed to support all areas of our business. They will be able to publish articles, press releases and provide input on marketing ideas surrounding brand awareness and exposure. EmpowHER’s • Assist with copy needs, including web site copy audit and updating of messaging documentation. • Edit and write original health, wellness and medical articles in accordance with The Associated Press style guide. • Choose and size photos relevant to content. • Manage deadlines and deliverables for content campaign execution. • Develop social campaigns on multiple social platforms and create daily messaging aligned with our brand and company mission.

Requirements: • Candidate must be majoring in Communications, Marketing or Journalism; • Must be familiar with Internet and social marketing tools; • Strong written and verbal communication skills; • Must own a laptop; • Have the ability to work 15-20 hours per week at our Scottsdale office.

EmpowHER is an award-winning health media company for women. The Company’s website provides visitors access to one of the largest women’s health and wellness content libraries on the web, as well as the largest on¬line community of women discussing their health and wellness issues. Em¬powHER promotes a “24 Hour Promise” to its visitors, who can come to the site, ask any health question and receive a response within 24 hours. Health and wellness marketers and agency professionals rely on EmpowHER for reaching the most influential health and wellness buying audience on the Internet — women. Millions of women visit EmpowHER.com every year, making it one of the largest and fastest-growing resources dedicated exclusively to women’s health and wellness. For more, visit http://www.EmpowHER.com.

Contact: Shana O’Connor soconnor@empowher.com
Location: 8100 E. Indian School Rd. #203, Scottsdale

Summer 2013- InMaricopa.com
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Soph. +
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($10/hour)

Interns are expected to write stories and take photos from city council advances and meeting stories to breaking news to community features and more including business and real estate stories.

CONTACT: Christia Gibbons
Christia@InMaricopa.com
Location: 19909 N. Justin Drive, Maricopa 85139

Summer 2013- Jewish News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Jr.+
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE:UNPAID

Jewish News is seeking an intern for writing news and feature articles, as well as general assignments. Experience with AP style and photography is preferred.

CONTACT:
Leisah Woldoff
leisah_woldoff@jewishaz.com
LOCATION: 1625 E. Northern Ave. – Suite 106

Summer 2013- Phoenix New Times
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SO+ previous internship experience desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID
Must not work for any other publication during the internship

Phoenix New Times is looking for interns for our food, arts, music and news blogs as well as for photo interns. You will be treated like a staff writer — expected to pitch ideas and write/report blog posts. It will be hard but you will learn a lot. Qualified candidates are self-starters who have been reading our blogs (or at least, reading the one they want to intern for) and will be ready to pitch story ideas then report, write and provide photographs for their blog posts. This is a fun internship but a lot of work — you will be expected to make deadline. Ditto for photography interns, who will shoot slideshows and provide photo back up for writers.

Food Writing (Chow Bella)
The food writing intern will be responsible for contributing three posts per week to Phoenix New Times’ food blog, Chow Bella. While we will have assignments, interns are (i.e. chef interviews, restaurant openings, short reviews), interns are also expected to pitch ideas on a weekly basis and are expected to communicate regularly with the blog editor.

Arts/Culture Writing (Jackalope Ranch)
The arts/culture intern will be responsible for contributing three posts per week to Phoenix New Times’ arts/culture blog, Jackalope Ranch. While we do have established departments (i.e. how tos, studio tours, artist interviews), interns are also expected to pitch ideas on a weekly basis and are expected to communicate regularly with the blog editor.

Music Blog (Up On the Sun)
Phoenix New Times is looking for highly motivated, talented writers for our food, arts, music and news blogs. Qualified candidates are hard workers, creative and willing to apply and improve their writing/reporting skills. Come to your interview having read the blog(s) you want to work for and prepared to talk about them.

News Writing (Valley Fever)
News interns are expected to write two to three short news stories per
day, during the days they commit to the internship (usually two to three
days per week). The news internship is an opportunity to break stories
online and contribute to the news section’s various beats including
sports game recaps and daily news.

CONTACT: Amy Silverman
amy.silverman@newtimes.com
Location: 1201 E. Jefferson, Phoenix

Summer 2013- Phoenix New Times- Photo
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SO+ previous internship experience desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID
Must not work for any other publication during the internship

The photography intern candidate should have intermediate/advanced experience.

Contact: Peter Storch
peter.storch@newtimes.com

Summer 2013- SheKnows.com
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

Join a dedicated team in a fun, energetic and hip atmosphere for a North Scottsdale dream internship!
We are looking for smart, talented interns to assist our editorial team. While the positions are unpaid, they offer the perfect opportunity for college students to gain practical experience in online media, with high potential to transition into a full-time position. Candidates must possess the energy and desire to work in a fast-paced environment and the confidence to uphold the integrity of SheKnows standards. These are part-time, unpaid, in-office positions. And one of the best parts… for those of you who love to write, here’s a tremendous opportunity to get published!

INTERNSHIPS
Key areas of responsibility include: •Ability to juggle numerous projects at once under deadline pressure •Organization and deadline management skills •Experience or knowledge of Web development: A strong plus •Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word •Willingness to have fun: We are a fun staff, and we genuinely love what we do, so charisma, a sense of humor and a thirst for learning new things will help. Editorial / Promotions •Assisting our editorial team with production of new articles •Researching, fact checking, interviewing and copy editing •Brainstorming new ideas and topics to cover, pitching stories •Learn how to upload articles to the SheKnows site using our custom-built online
content management system •Learn how to perform day-to-day site maintenance and quality assurance via copy editing and testing •Assist the SheKnows Promotions team with prizing, shipping, and inventory management •Respond to user e-mails in a timely, helpful manner consistent with SheKnows Best Practices •Assist Promotions Coordinators with select ongoing projects, featured contests and seasonal giveaways •Collaborate with the SheKnows Promotions team on new outreach opportunities •Learn how to maintain and execute weekly Promotions initiatives such as keyword, prizing, and contest posting •Assisting in promotion via social media, reader interaction and more! Requirements and qualifications: •Computer savvy: You must be ready and able to work with computer- and Web-based programs. If you have never cropped a picture, you need not apply. •Background in journalism, creative writing, mass communications or related field. •Grammar proficiency: Plenty of people know where a period goes. We want someone who feels utterly repulsed at the careless misuse of “your” and “you’re.” Or any other gross misuse of the English language, for that matter (and yes, that is a fragment). •Writing ability: You will write small blurbs and headlines for our e-newsletters, so cleverness and strong writing skills are essential. Depending on your talent and interest, you may write articles for the site, as well.

Contact Elise Upperman
elise.upperman@sheknows.com
Location: 16101 N. 82nd St., Suite A-1, Scottsdale

Summer 2013- Harlem Globetroters PR/Communications Internship
The world famous Harlem Globetrotters are seeking interns to join our PR team for summer and fall.

Intern responsibilities include:
·Write and distribute on-sale press releases
·Write feature stories for website
·Research media in select markets
·Pitch phone interviews for select markets
·Maintain media database
·Maintain Cision media monitoring service database
·Follow up with fan mail inquiries
·Update player alumni files

Qualifications:
– Must be self-motivated, responsible, and have a positive attitude
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Be organized and have the ability to multitask
· Proficiency in Microsoft office
· Social media savvy
· Must be able to work 20 hours

This internship is unpaid but does offer students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience with a world renowned organization. If interested please send your resume and writing samples.

CONTACT: Ruby Ramirez
Phone :602-258-0000 Email: ramirez@harlemglobetrotters.com
400 E. Van Buren Street Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Summer 2013- PR Internship in Scottsdale- PAID
PR Firm focused on National Media seeking a PT entry level /intern. Required: candidate must have had some previous related work or intern experience. Must be a junior undergrad or above. The PR firm works with financial services , Middle East related issues and thought leaders. We require someone that works well under pressure, has an attention to detail, has a good phone manner, likes research and takes initiative. Need to be able to work with all the latest technology communication tools including social media. Start July 1 but could be earlier. Send resumes to s.assadi2@gmail.com NO CALLS! Serious candidates only!

Summer 2013- PR Internship PAID
The Shufeldt Consulting Public Relations Internship is a paid internship that provides undergraduate students an unparalleled opportunity to develop PR experience by working on a dedicated summer project to promote the launch of two healthcare related books through a variety of outlets. The Intern will work with and be directed by a PR Director / Marketing Leader in a wholly-owned affiliate company (MeMD).

This Intern will be working in a busy, fast-paced office and responsible for many tasks including helping with news gathering, research, press material writing and coordinating, strategizing and handling media interviews. Additionally, the successful candidate will be responsible for presenting a marketing plan, managing social media pages and event planning. In addition to their set responsibilities, the Intern may be tasked with special projects for MeMD including business strategy, research, and analysis. Through our program, participants can build a valuable portfolio for public relations employment opportunities and possibly other healthcare fields.

Role Tasks:
•Compose Press Releases, Media Alerts, Articles, Q&A Documents, Bios, Facts Sheets and Backgrounders
•Media Coordination
•Press Events
•Reactive Press Opportunities
•Pro-Active Press Opportunities
•Editorial Calendars
•Expert Guides / Physician Profiles
•Special Events Coordinating

The PR Intern is expected to maintain high levels of productivity for their set responsibilities as they also complete cross-functional projects. Depending on the assignment, the Intern will be expected to lead teams of other coworkers and customers, act as a team member on projects lead by other coworkers, or operate independently in a self-guided manner.

The ideal candidate is a highly versatile and motivated individual with a passion for marketing, journalism and an interest in healthcare. The candidate is highly organized yet functions well in ambiguous environments. The candidate is able to comprehend technical concepts and information yet relates those concepts to others in simple, non-technical terms. The ideal candidate is capable of being a leader of others inside and outside the organization without formal authority.

Role Requirements
•3.5 GPA minimum.
•Available 3-5 eight hour days a week during the summer break. In addition, if mutually agreeable, the internship could extend throughout the fall semester.
•Major in Journalism, Communication, English or Marketing preferred
•Familiarity with major social media platforms
•Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
•Must have excellent communication (written & verbal) and interpersonal skills
•Must be comfortable speaking on the phone
•Must be organized and have project management skills

PAY: $14-$16/hour

Interested students should introductory letter and resume to jshufeldt@shufeldtconsulting.com.

Summer 2013 Communications Internship – Arizona Broadway Theater
The Communications Intern supports the Marketing and Public Relations department at Arizona Broadway Theatre. The Communications Intern will support the following projects:
• Marketing/Communications/Advertising Projects for each
production/event
• Press Kits
• Event support and sponsorships
• Clip/Media Reporting
• Public relations outreach/writing
• Website updates/copywriting
• Social media
• Communications calendar assistance
• Thank you-letters and other patron communications

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will possess excellent writing and communications skills and be able to work independently. A degree in marketing/communications/journalism should be in progress. Candidates
should be reliable, professional and familiar with Microsoft Office,including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Photo editing and iMovie skills a plus. An interest in performing arts and nonprofit communication required. Must be available to work in the Peoria, Ariz. theatre office two to three days per week for a semester of time. Depending on the time frame, attendance at various theatre events (opening nights, previews, designer runs, etc) may also be required.

Interested students should send application materials to April Hundza Gutierrez at april@azbroadwaytheatre.com. Please be sure to include the ABT internship application http://azbroadway.org/index.php/aboutus/employment-opportunities and your resume.

Summer 2013- Phoenix 11 Production Internship
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled juniors +
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/week
Type: UNPAID (must receive course credit)

Production studio and field help. Requires working with production manager and ability to lift 40 pounds. Work outside and inside on a variety of TV productions. All behind-the-camera work, not an ON-AIR TALENT position. Looking for people interested in working in production, and willing to work at that task.

CONTACT:
Tray Goodman
tray.goodman@phoenix.gov

Fall 2013- Ahwatukee Foothills News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

NEWS/FEATURE INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist with general assignment news and feature coverage for our newspaper (which prints every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) and daily website. News and feature interns will be expected to contribute story ideas (breaking news, health, business, arts/entertainment) for local publications, as well as construct news and feature content for our print and web output. Interns will learn the ins-and-outs of community journalism, sit in on planning meetings, as well as interact with virtually every member of our editorial staff. Bring your creative hats, please, as reporters are expected to have a role in all facets of story production – from conception, through visual storytelling, to final production.

ONLINE WEBSITE INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist with our online/web department by both updating and posting content to our website, as well as providing content through video. With our web product taking off, we’re looking for interns interested in enhancing their portfolios, as well as those interested in creating informative, yet creative, video news-packages for display at http://www.ahwatukee.com. Interns are welcome to contribute story and video ideas and will learn the ins-and-outs of community journalism, sit in on planning meetings, as well as interact with virtually every member of our editorial staff. Bring your creative hats, please.

PHOTO/VIDEO INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist our photography department with both still photojournalism and video photography and editing for our newspaper (which prints every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) and daily website. With our web product taking off, we’re looking for interns interested in enhancing their photo portfolios, as well as those interested in creating informative, yet creative, video news-packages for display at http://www.ahwatukee.com.

CONTACT: Kelly Mixer kmixer@ahwatukee.com
Location: 10631 S. 51st Street, Suite #1

Fall 2013- Arcadia News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

General Assignment/Feature Reporter: Coverage of schools, community and business plus feature stories. JMC 484 interns are expected to write a story a week for either the Arcadia News or for arcadiadaily.com. MCO 294 interns will have the opportunity to write up to a story a week. Transportation is helpful but not essential. Priority given to students who have had or are enrolled in JMC 301 with reliable transportation.

Sports Reporter: Live coverage of sporting events as well as feature writing. Fall interns will have the opportunity to learn beat coverage of an Arcadia High School sport. Fewer openings for summer interns.

CONTACT: Dale Messmer
dale@valleysportsledger.com
Location: 3850 E. Indian School Rd. Suite #1, Phoenix

Fall 2013- Arizona Capitol Times
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: JR. +
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

We strive to treat our interns just like newspaper staff members. Here is a brief description of intern duties: Interns are not limited to just the items below, as there are typically lots of opportunities to cover events and press conferences. As a member of the media representing the Arizona Capitol Times, Summer and Fall interns will have access to the Legislature (when in session) and other government officials. We want our interns to get the most out of their time here. Job Duties: Interns will be assigned a variety of stories throughout their internship at the Arizona Capitol Times. They will be required to write breaking news as assigned for the website and for the print product. Interns will also write enterprise/in-depth features for our popular Focus sections, which are included in the paper. A basic level of familiarity with AP style; story organization and reporting ability is required for our interns. Interns are encouraged to come up with their own story ideas as well to pitch to the internship coordinator (Josh Coddington) and managing editor (Tom Spratt) throughout their time here. It is not required, but typically makes for better stories. Interns are also encouraged, but not required, to take photos for stories on which they report. Equipment will be provided. Other stories/assignments as assigned. Scheduling/Time: Interns are expected to devise a set schedule and stick to that schedule as much as possible. Interns must communicate effectively with the internship coordinator at the Capitol Times. Interns are welcome to take time away from their duties here as needed, provided the intern informs the internship coordinator beforehand.

Internship Coordinator: Josh Coddington Special Sections Editor (602) 889-7141 josh.coddington@azcapitoltimes.com

Josh Coddington
Special Sections Editor
(602) 889-7141
josh.coddington@azcapitoltimes.com
Location 1835 W. Adams, Phoenix

Fall 2013- AZ Big Media
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SO + with previous publication internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

AZ BIG MEDIA/ARIZONA BUSINESS MAGAZINE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Description Successful candidates will be working on our numerous publications, including Arizona Business Magazine, AZRE: Commercial Real Estate Magazine, Scottsdale Living, Experience AZ, Ranking Arizona, AZTech Magazine, and Play Ball.

Interns will have the opportunity to write bylined articles for publication, assist editors on projects, fact check, perform data entry, proof read, and work with the art department on photo shoots. Candidates also will write Web-exclusive articles and rewrite press releases for AZ Big Media’s online platforms. Interns will learn about the overall workings of a publishing company under the tutelage of editors, administrators and art directors. They will receive regular feedback on their performance and writing skills. Interns may also be asked to help work at several off-site, after-hour events. This includes at least one weekend event. Internship hours and days will be tailored to successful candidates’ schedules.

The positions are unpaid.

CONTACT: Peter Madrid peter.madrid@azbigmedia.com
Location: 3101 N. Central Ave. #1070, Phoenix

Fall 2013- Echo Magazine
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN; Previous Internship Experience Required
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: Stipend for published articles

Interns will get a variety of assignments, while learning about publication of a niche magazine. Assignments will include news stories, event previews, feature stories and profiles. Depending on the candidate’s interests and experience, an intern could be assigned to write magazine cover stories or complete a project for the magazine. Echo Magazine is published every other week and serves the Phoenix lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community with news, features, commentary, entertainment and information. Interns will work in the magazine’s office in central Phoenix.

CONTACT: Anthony Dewitt
dewitt.ant@gmail.com
Location: 3815 N 3rd St., Phoenix

Fall 2013- EmpowHER
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

Content, Community and Marketing Communications Internship We are seeking an exciting internship opportunity for students studying or hoping to gain experience in Writing and Editorial Responsibilities.

The Content intern will have the opportunity to manage projects and campaigns designed to support all areas of our business. They will be able to publish articles, press releases and provide input on marketing ideas surrounding brand awareness and exposure. EmpowHER’s • Assist with copy needs, including web site copy audit and updating of messaging documentation. • Edit and write original health, wellness and medical articles in accordance with The Associated Press style guide. • Choose and size photos relevant to content. • Manage deadlines and deliverables for content campaign execution. • Develop social campaigns on multiple social platforms and create daily messaging aligned with our brand and company mission.

Requirements: • Candidate must be majoring in Communications, Marketing or Journalism; • Must be familiar with Internet and social marketing tools; • Strong written and verbal communication skills; • Must own a laptop; • Have the ability to work 15-20 hours per week at our Scottsdale office.

EmpowHER is an award-winning health media company for women. The Company’s website provides visitors access to one of the largest women’s health and wellness content libraries on the web, as well as the largest on¬line community of women discussing their health and wellness issues. Em¬powHER promotes a “24 Hour Promise” to its visitors, who can come to the site, ask any health question and receive a response within 24 hours. Health and wellness marketers and agency professionals rely on EmpowHER for reaching the most influential health and wellness buying audience on the Internet — women. Millions of women visit EmpowHER.com every year, making it one of the largest and fastest-growing resources dedicated exclusively to women’s health and wellness. For more, visit http://www.EmpowHER.com.

Contact: Shana O’Connor soconnor@empowher.com
Location: 8100 E. Indian School Rd. #203, Scottsdale

Fall 2013 – Phoenix New Times
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SO+ previous internship experience desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID
Must not work for any other publication during the internship

Phoenix New Times is looking for interns for our food, arts, music and news blogs as well as for photo interns. You will be treated like a staff writer — expected to pitch ideas and write/report blog posts. It will be hard but you will learn a lot. Qualified candidates are self-starters who have been reading our blogs (or at least, reading the one they want to intern for) and will be ready to pitch story ideas then report, write and provide photographs for their blog posts. This is a fun internship but a lot of work — you will be expected to make deadline. Ditto for photography interns, who will shoot slideshows and provide photo back up for writers.

Music Blog (Up On the Sun)
Phoenix New Times is looking for highly motivated, talented writers for our food, arts, music and news blogs. Qualified candidates are hard workers, creative and willing to apply and improve their writing/reporting skills. Come to your interview having read the blog(s) you want to work for and prepared to talk about them.

News Writing (Valley Fever)
News interns are expected to write two to three short news stories per
day, during the days they commit to the internship (usually two to three
days per week). The news internship is an opportunity to break stories
online and contribute to the news section’s various beats including
sports game recaps and daily news.

CONTACT: Amy Silverman
amy.silverman@newtimes.com
Location: 1201 E. Jefferson, Phoenix

Fall 2013- Phoenix New Times- Photo
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SO+ previous internship experience desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID
Must not work for any other publication during the internship

The photography intern candidate should have intermediate/advanced experience.

Contact: Peter Storch
peter.storch@newtimes.com

Fall 2013- Phoenix Magazine- Photo
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: JR. + and Completion of JMC 351 (Photo I)
Must know digital SLR camera
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

Phoenix Magazine Photography interns will have the chance to see all design and photography aspects in the creation of Phoenix Magazine. They will meet professional photographers, be a part of story-brainstorming meetings and shoot on location for Phoenix magazine’s print publication. Students must have their own transportation and professional camera/photography equipment.

*Camera, car, & creativity required– Flexible schedule.
Please submit portfolio of 10-12 images, resume and future goals.

CONTACT:
Brian Goddard/Art Director
Bgoddard@citieswestpub.com
Location: 15169 N. Scottsdale Rd., Ste. 310

Fall 2013- SheKnows.com
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

Join a dedicated team in a fun, energetic and hip atmosphere for a North Scottsdale dream internship!
We are looking for smart, talented interns to assist our editorial team. While the positions are unpaid, they offer the perfect opportunity for college students to gain practical experience in online media, with high potential to transition into a full-time position. Candidates must possess the energy and desire to work in a fast-paced environment and the confidence to uphold the integrity of SheKnows standards. These are part-time, unpaid, in-office positions. And one of the best parts… for those of you who love to write, here’s a tremendous opportunity to get published!

INTERNSHIPS
Key areas of responsibility include: •Ability to juggle numerous projects at once under deadline pressure •Organization and deadline management skills •Experience or knowledge of Web development: A strong plus •Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word •Willingness to have fun: We are a fun staff, and we genuinely love what we do, so charisma, a sense of humor and a thirst for learning new things will help. Editorial / Promotions •Assisting our editorial team with production of new articles •Researching, fact checking, interviewing and copy editing •Brainstorming new ideas and topics to cover, pitching stories •Learn how to upload articles to the SheKnows site using our custom-built online
content management system •Learn how to perform day-to-day site maintenance and quality assurance via copy editing and testing •Assist the SheKnows Promotions team with prizing, shipping, and inventory management •Respond to user e-mails in a timely, helpful manner consistent with SheKnows Best Practices •Assist Promotions Coordinators with select ongoing projects, featured contests and seasonal giveaways •Collaborate with the SheKnows Promotions team on new outreach opportunities •Learn how to maintain and execute weekly Promotions initiatives such as keyword, prizing, and contest posting •Assisting in promotion via social media, reader interaction and more! Requirements and qualifications: •Computer savvy: You must be ready and able to work with computer- and Web-based programs. If you have never cropped a picture, you need not apply. •Background in journalism, creative writing, mass communications or related field. •Grammar proficiency: Plenty of people know where a period goes. We want someone who feels utterly repulsed at the careless misuse of “your” and “you’re.” Or any other gross misuse of the English language, for that matter (and yes, that is a fragment). •Writing ability: You will write small blurbs and headlines for our e-newsletters, so cleverness and strong writing skills are essential. Depending on your talent and interest, you may write articles for the site, as well.

Contact Elise Upperman
elise.upperman@sheknows.com
Location: 16101 N. 82nd St., Suite A-1, Scottsdale

Fall 2013- Virgo Publishing
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: JR. + Previous internship experience or campus publications desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($8/hr)

Virgo publishes 18 trade journals in four categories: medical, health and nutrition, communications, and business solutions. Virgo has more than 20 years of experience in business-to-business publications. The medical, communications, and business solutions networks each seek one part-time intern (15 hours per week), and the health-and-nutrition network seeks two part-time interns (15 hours per week), or one intern who will work 30 hours per week. Virgo interns will edit, research, write news stories and articles, and help with other projects for online and print products. This internship will give students the chance to delve deeply into an industry, and to see how the culture and opportunities of trade journalism differ from consumer media.

CONTACT: Michelle Beaver mbeaver@vpico.com
Location: 3300 N. central Ave., Phoenix

Fall 2013- InMaricopa.com
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Soph. +
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($10/hour)

Interns are expected to write stories and take photos from city council advances and meeting stories to breaking news to community features and more including business and real estate stories.

CONTACT: Christia Gibbons
Christia@InMaricopa.com
Location: 19909 N. Justin Drive, Maricopa 85139

Fall 2013- Harlem Globetroters PR/Communications Internship
The world famous Harlem Globetrotters are seeking interns to join our PR team for summer and fall.

Intern responsibilities include:
·Write and distribute on-sale press releases
·Write feature stories for website
·Research media in select markets
·Pitch phone interviews for select markets
·Maintain media database
·Maintain Cision media monitoring service database
·Follow up with fan mail inquiries
·Update player alumni files

Qualifications:
– Must be self-motivated, responsible, and have a positive attitude
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Be organized and have the ability to multitask
· Proficiency in Microsoft office
· Social media savvy
· Must be able to work 20 hours

This internship is unpaid but does offer students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience with a world renowned organization. If interested please send your resume and writing samples.

CONTACT: Ruby Ramirez
Phone :602-258-0000 Email: ramirez@harlemglobetrotters.com
400 E. Van Buren Street Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Summer 2013- Desert Botanical Garden PR/Marketing Internship
16-20 hours/week, unpaid. Summer internship available. The Desert Botanical Garden is a major cultural institution in the Phoenix metropolitan area with a multi-faceted mission: conservation, education, research and exhibition of desert plants. It welcomes 315,000 visitors annually – roughly 50% local and 50% tourists. The Marketing Department is responsible for the Garden’s message in the community and its primary task is to increase admissions, sell tickets for events and communicate with Garden membership. The Marketing Intern works with the Marketing Department to assist with achieving its vision and goals. While this position has specific assigned duties, it will also allow the intern to participate in the planning and execution of the Garden’s marketing strategy to ensure a well-rounded experience.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Participate in planning meetings for Garden events, exhibits and activities.
Participate in the marketing department’s strategy planning and execution.
Working with the print and advertising manger, to submit insertion orders for advertising and maintain the department’s advertising books, matching insertion orders to actual ads.
Working with the digital content manager, to assist with updates to the Garden’s Website and participate in the Garden’s social media activities on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Yelp.
Assist with media relations including updating the online media center at dbg.org, composing and issuing press releases and fulfilling image requests. Monitor and organize media clippings.
Assist with organizing and maintaining the Garden’s photo database.
Edit and write on-hold messaging scripts.
Fulfill requests for Garden collateral.
Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
This internship should be considered by an active or recently graduated student who is looking to learn in a dynamic marketing environment. This person should be interested in marketing, media relations, journalism or advertising and have the ability to write and edit. Communications students preferred but not mandatory. Can be taken for school credit.

TO APPLY:
Please send cover letter and resume to marketing@dbg.org

SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS

RTDNA Scholarships for Undergraduate Students
All scholarships are open to enrolled students (freshmen excluded) who are pursuing careers in radio and television news. Winners are also invited to attend the Exellence in Journalism conference. Candidates must be a full-time college student whose career objective is electronic journalism and have at least one full year of college remaining. To receive an award, winners must be officially enrolled in college and be in good standing. Details and application instructions at
http://rtdna.org/article/rtdnf_scholarship_applications_due_may_31

Scholarships for Graduate Students
All scholarships are open to students enrolled in a graduate program who are pursuing careers in electronic journalism. Winners are also invited to attend the Excellence in Journalism conference.

Information about individual undergraduate scholarships:
The Abe Schechter Graduate Scholarship | The Pete Wilson Scholarship
http://rtdna.org/article/rtdnf_scholarship_applications_due_may_31

Print & Online Internship Grant
AAJA is happy to announce the 2013 William Woo Print and Online Internship Grant. We encourage all college students who have secured a 2013 summer internship to apply for the grant to help defray living costs. The William Woo Internship Grant will award one student $1,000.

ELIGIBILITY
1. Applicants must be committed to AAJA’s mission.
2. Applicants must have a serious interest in pursuing a career in print or online journalism.
3. Applicants must be full-time college students or recent college graduates.
4. Applicants must have already secured a 2013 summer internship at a print or online news outlet before applying for this internship grant.

HOW TO APPLY
Start by clicking on the AAJA log-in page to create your an account. You don’t have to be an AAJA member or Asian American to apply.

Once you’ve created a profile, scroll down and find the “Awards and Competitions” header on the right side.

Then click “View Open Competitions” and select the 2013 William Woo Print and Online Internship Grant application.

DEADLINE: Friday, May 31, 2013

More information and application instructions at http://www.aaja.org/2013-william-woo-internship-grant/

Vincent Chin Memorial Scholarship
The Vincent Chin story is very much with us today. The attack occurred late at night with few people around, but it has reverberated across the country for decades. Although much has been written about it, many questions remain. The case has been tried and retried in several courts, but many say justice has yet to be delivered.

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) suggests some questions for discussion and offers resources for discovery. We hope that through study, thought, and debate, Vincent Chin’s legacy will prevent others from suffering the injustices and hate inflicted on Chin and his family. AAJA is offering a $500 prize for a winning essay on one of the questions. (Click link to see questions) AAJA encourages all eligible college students to apply, and we hope that everyone will take a moment to consider how the Chin case is relevant today.

http://www.aaja.org/vincent-chin-scholarship/

2013 CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship

This scholarship includes summer journalism training in New York, networking and mentorship.

The 2013 CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship provides a rising college sophomore with $3,900 toward college education costs, a trip to the 2013 AAJA Convention in August in New York as part of the Voices student news project plus getting matched with a mentor keyed to the student’s journalism focus.

Eligibility
Applicants must be committed to AAJA’s mission.
Applicants must be college freshmen going into their sophomore year.
AAJA membership is not required to apply, but if the student is awarded the scholarship he/she must become an AAJA student member.
Learn more detailed information and directions on how to apply to the CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 3, 2013
Application instructions: http://www.aaja.org/anna-chennault-scholarship/

PART-TIME MEDIA JOBS

Biodesign Institute Multimedia Assistant
The Biodesign Institute at ASU on the Tempe campus is looking for a student to assist with video and digital sign production. Please share this job opening (#65089) with your students. Let me know if I can answer any questions.

https://students.asu.edu/employment/search/job/65089

Multimedia Assistant Duties
This student will create and edit videos for institutional marketing, news packages and other uses; make PowerPoint presentations, feed content to digital signage outlets and assist with interface; create shows for our lobby video array and touchscreen and translate these products for online use. The successful candidate will be able to troubleshoot technology interfaces, work as part of a team, provide customer service, work on multiple projects concurrently, and stay organized and meet deadlines. This position is part of the Biodesign Institute Communications team.

-Creates and edits videos for institutional marketing, news packages and other uses

-Generates announcement and recognition PowerPoint slides for display in our atrium. Works with research teams to create slide presentations to display in their lab windows their research capabilities and progress. Improves presentations to make them visually engaging

-Manages digital signage software. Creates display for our front lobby video array and touch screen interface
Skills

The successful candidate will need the technical ability to create and work in a variety of multimedia platforms. Working knowledge of PowerPoint and Adobe Premiere Pro are required. Experience with Four Winds, or other digital signage interface programs, Photoshop, photography are helpful.

>Video editing
>PowerPoint
>Technologically savvy, with ability to troubleshoot
>Good customer service
>Photo and video archiving
>Ability to work under deadline
Submit cover letter, resume, 2-3 design samples and one to three professional or academic references. Students selected for interviews will be notified via telephone or via e-mail and will be expected to bring video and presentation samples. Send cover letter, resume, references and samples (as PDF).

Julie Kurth, APR, Manager, Public Relations
Julie.Kurth@asu.edu

KTAR in Phoenix
KTAR Radio and KTAR.com has PT openings for the following positions:

On-call Promotions Assistant
Assists Programming and Sales in various functions as needed. This includes but is not limited to: planning, setting up and staffing events; maintenance of all on-site promotional equipment and supplies, including station vehicles, tents, generators, broadcast equipment, and all other promotional accessories; contesting assistance and special assignments.

Web Content Editor
To update, gather, and create news and sports content for the KTAR and Arizona Sports web sites. Ensure that all content on KTAR.com and ArizonaSports.com is fresh and represents the high standards of the stations’ on-air products. The ideal candidate for this position demonstrates strong editorial skills and sound news judgment with experience reporting or writing for a print publication or online news outlet. This is a unique position that requires extreme flexibility, including some work on weekends, evenings, etc. In addition, the position requires the flexibility and dependability to work additional hours during breaking news and other big news and sports events. Works closely with the digital media team, news and other departments to help make KTAR.com and ArizonaSports.com world class web sites.
Reporter

Technical Director
Operate the on-air studio console and assure accurate broadcasts.

Producer
News-Talk 92.3 KTAR and Arizona Sports 620 are looking for part-time Producers to join Arizona’s largest and most-trusted radio newsroom and sports station. The function of this position is assist in coordinating live interviews, audio elements and other program content. Radio experience is always a plus, but keep in mind that this is primarily an off-air position.

For full descriptions, click http://ktar.com/63/1535695/Careers

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