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September 30, 2014

Company:
United Stations Radio Networks
Industry: Radio
Experience: Intern/Part-time
Location:
United States
Salary: Academic Credit
Ad Expires:
November 26, 2014
Job ID: 1546455

USRN invites Students, Age 18 & Older, To Apply for an Internship:
 
Comedy/Writer
Help organize recording projects for comedy team
Propose ideas for comedy recordings
Research breaking news for use in comedy bits
 
Let us know if you are:  Extremely Organized, an audio editing wizard, a comedy writing ninja, and/or a Photoshop or Illustrator machine!
 
Producer
Research breaking news and viral videos
Pitch stories for radio prep service
Learn about different audiences and their interests
 
Let us know if you are:  A writing maniac, Internet savant, and pop culture Mogul. Must dislike Justin Beiber
 
Social Media
Find content to post on radio show websites
Help stations with  their Facebook and twitter pages
Participate in creative planning and execution of promotions and other projects
 
Let us know if you are:  Facebook addict, Twitter-holic , Wordpress  priest.
 
Traffic/Compliance/Research
Learn to schedule logs for radio programs
Connect with affiliates to maintain accurate logs
Learn the business side of radio!
 
Let us know if you are:  A Master of Excel or a computer genius.
 
Video Producer
Support the Video Team with on-site shoots
Propose Ideas for video shoots
Help create a shoot calendar
Research breaking videos
 
Let us know if you are: A  Final Cut pirate
 
Who We're Looking For:
The perfect candidate is personable, reliable, and loves radio!
 
The perfect candidate has experience at a college radio station. They love breaking news, viral videos, and trending topics. They aren't afraid to laugh at themselves or come up with creative ideas.  Applicants should be organized, professional, and willing to learn. Lastly, students should want to learn more about all aspects of the radio business.
 
Boring Facts about USRN Internships:
Internships usually run about 18-22 weeks long.
Students usually work 8-12 hours per week.
School credit is necessary
All Students must be 18 and older
 
If Interested contact Keith Scopinich (Kscopinich@unitedstations.com). Please, no phone calls!
Include your favorite TV Show in the Subject line!
 

Contact e-mail: kscopinich@unitedstations.com