BGSU’s athletic department is seeking 2 video reporters to cover Falcons athletic events. This position may be eligible for internship credit. More details here.
The Association for Women in Sports Media is pleased to announce the opening of our 2016 summer internship/scholarship program.
Starting Sept. 1, college students may visit the online application to begin applying for newspaper/online, magazine, broadcast, broadcast production and PR internships. The application process will close on Oct. 31.
The (Upper Sandusky) Daily Chief-Union is seeking stringers to cover football games on Friday nights during the high school football season. It is a good opportunity for college students to have their work published and to gain experience in high school sports coverage. Most games are in Wyandot, Crawford, Hancock and Seneca counties. Writers receive a small per-game payment. Anyone interested or seeking more information may contact sports editor Lonnie McMillan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crime & Justice Research Alliance (CJRA) is a new Washington, DC-based collaborative partnership between the nation’s two leading criminal justice scholar associations, is seeking a communications consultant.
The Communications Consultant will execute a communications and social media strategy that will help promote the research of CJRA members through print, radio, broadcast, and social media outlets, blogs, and media lists. (more…)
The Toledo Business Journal is seeking an intern for Fall 2015 or Spring 2016 semester to assist with producing our monthly newspaper. Tasks involve transcribing telephone interviews into a typewritten document, copyediting press releases, retouching photos using Photoshop, and some data entry. Interns will also research a business news story for one of our special sections, which will be published with their byline.
Candidates should have their own computer and be able to come into our office, located at 5301 Southwyck Blvd, for at least two hours twice a week. This schedule is extremely flexible to accommodate classes and other activities, but it is a good opportunity to gain professional experience.
Interested students should send a resume and writing samples to email@example.com, to be followed by an interview. This is a good opportunity to experience an office environment and get professional references.
Toledo Business Journal Staff Editor
p: 419-865-0972 ex. 21
The Daily Chief-Union in Upper Sandusky is hiring a general news reporter. Assignments would include government, court, police, features and obituaries. Experience with photography and page design would be a plus but not a requirement. Pay is based on experience. Apply as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is looking for an intern for its Public Information office in Bowling Green. It is a paid position, and BG students have done very well in this position in the past. You can find more information here.
Job Openings: Two-Year Reporting Interns
Newsday, Long Island’s Pulitzer Prize-winning daily newspaper, is hiring two-year interns who will be responsible for producing web-first content by monitoring breaking news and trending stories on competitive websites and social media.
The newspaper is seeking candidates with strong writing skills and a demonstrated ability to use social media to find and promote stories. Interns will be expected to quickly and accurately produce content that will appear on the publication’s award-winning website, Newsday.com, in addition to the paper’s print edition.
Candidates for these positions must have completed a graduate or undergraduate degree within one year of participating in the program and have less than one year of professional experience in the job title for which they are applying.
The positions will be based at Newsday’s headquarters in Melville, N.Y., just over 30 miles from New York City.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and 3 to 6 clips to Long Island Desk Editor Tim Drachlis (tim [dot] drachlis [at] newsday [dot] com).
With a combined print/digital daily circulation of 437,000 daily and 495,000 Sundays, Newsday, owned by Cablevision (NYSE: CVC), ranks among the top 10 newspapers in the United States.
Executive Producer, Sports Video Production specialist capable of independently producing from 35- 60 UT athletic events per year for ESPN3, as well as additional content in the form of game highlights and a regular Rocket sportscast, which may include many diverse elements. This person must be well versed in collegiate revenue and Olympic sports and demonstrate an ability to develop and tell a storyline though each telecast. This person will help train students and supervise them throughout each telecast.
The Technical Director is responsible for the technical operation of the telecast remote facility/vehicle and its connected remote venues for the ESPN3 initiative, and serve as the TD of the telecast (numbering from 35-60 UT Athletics events per year) as well as additional content in the form of game highlights and a regular Rocket sportscast, which may include many diverse elements. This person will oversee the general working order of all equipment, lighting, workstations, phone and internet ports as well as scheduled maintenance of all technical equipment, supervising and training student personnel relative to the positions they serve.