Monday, March 23, 2009

Paid interns @ Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly, a 1.7 million-circulation magazine that covers movies, television, music, Broadway and pop culture, is offering paid internships this summer.

Internships pay $10 per hour, are full-time, run three months and are based in Los Angeles.

"In addition to office duties such as transcribing and managing the mailroom, interns will have the opportunity to write for the magazine and/or its website, EW.com," the ad states.

By April 1, e-mail a cover letter, resume, and three writing samples (preferably published clips) to John Young at john_young@ew.com.

Location: Los Angeles, California

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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Paid TV production internships in L.A.

The Television Academy Foundation is offering paid internships in television production this summer in Los Angeles.

The full-time internships run 6-to-8 weeks and pay a $4,000 stipend.
Previous placements have included film sets, documentaries, CBS, HBO, Cartoon Network, E! Entertainment, Fox Sports and others.

Internships "are designed to give qualified full-time students (undergraduate and graduate) pursuing degrees at colleges and universities in the United States in-depth exposure to professional television production, techniques and practices.," the ad states. "Students who have completed college or graduate school prior to December 31, 2008 ARE NOT eligible. Seniors who are graduating in 2009 ARE eligible to apply."

Apply online by March 15.
Location: Los Angeles, California

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Saturday, November 1, 2008

Internships @ The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter, a major trade publication of the film industry, is currently seeking multimedia interns in its Los Angeles and New York City offices. Internships are available year-round and include reporting opportunities. The part-time positions are unpaid, but offer college credit.

General duties include: photo processing; newsletter assembly; loading of news, feature, review, blog and video content onto thr.com; updating internal and external calendars and distributing calendar info to department; handling regular news columns such as casting roundups, executive roundups and the weekly report on MPAA film ratings; chart and data work; scanning wires and sibling sites for relevant content; general assignment writing, editing, researching and proofing; online marketing (sending links or posting on related web sites); video editing and production assistance; minimal administrative support for the editor.


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