The position involves working closely with show producers, writers, reporter, anchors and executive producer. You will learn how to write for the air & web – and how to dig up the information to find and compose good stories.
Interns will also have the opportunity to work with photographers to develop on-camera and reporting skills. Interns must be fluent in Facebook and Twitter. You must be available at least 3-4 days a week during the early morning hours. NBC 5 will work with interns to adapt to class schedules.
To apply, fill out the application found at this link by August 2: http://bit.ly/opJjgw & list “Morning Show” as your top position.
After applying, email Executive Producer Kathryn Janicek at firstname.lastname@example.org with resume and letter of interest, availability and expertise.
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