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Internships are available at Toledo News Now for qualified college students.
Basic requirements are:
Intern will learn to run the assignment desk, assist associate producers in all aspects of their jobs and work with reporters and photographers. Student will be able to make demo. tapes, if desired. By the end of the internship, the student will have been exposed to all aspects of broadcast news.
Intern will operate our TelePrompter and floor direct our local newscasts. The student will learn the basics of behind-the-scenes preparation for local broadcasts.
Intern will work with producers, help write promos and select music and video for production. Students will also work with the station art director.
Intern will receive hands-on training and experience in web design and Internet content creation.
Any college student can apply for an internship. They must receive college credit for the internship. He or she will not be paid, but will gain valuable experience. The hours for the internship are based on the number of credit hours needed, which is usually about 4-6 hours a day, four days a week, depending on the student's schedule. The student will be trained and used as a regular employee. He or she will do all or most of the following:
If interested, please email your resume and cover letter by the following deadlines to allow for a timely interview process:
Email your resume to News Director Lauren Weppler at firstname.lastname@example.org.