INTERNSHIP-News Department — KELOLAND

KELOLAND-TV News has an Internship position available for Summer 2017. The internship is for 10 weeks at 40 hours per week, including weekends. The Internship is available for qualified students who are studying broadcast journalism,video production, and other communication degrees.  Duties may include: Shooting, writing editing news content for daily newscasts under the supervision of News Managers. The ideal candidate MUST demonstrate professionalism and strive to reach the highest standard of excellence. Interns are required to work a specified schedule and work in business attire.  They must also possess a strong collaborative spirit and understand the vision and creativity necessary to put on a newscast. The ideal candidate will have strong comprehensive writing and communication skills. Able to work a flexible schedule to meet news needs.  A team player able to deal with stressful situations. Able to understand the relevant interests of our community. The ideal candidate has a thorough knowledge of how to use broadcast equipment and editing software, as well as online & mobile platforms and able to deliver news in a fast-paced work environment. If possible applicants should provide a DVD or URL aircheck of recent work they have produced. Preference will be given to student in their junior year of study and for whom an internship is required for college graduation.  At least one semester experience in a television production class is preferred. EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled ~ Background check required. Qualified applicants can apply online at...

INTERNSHIP-Marketing & Creative Services

Junior status or higher at an accredited college or university majoring in communications, journalism, TV production or related field.  Prefer a student that receives college credit for this internship. Assist at KELO sponsored events.  Assist in various promotional efforts and special projects as assigned by Director of Marketing. You must be a student at an accredited college or university majoring in communications, journalism, television production, contemporary media or related field.  Some experience and/or training in television production techniques including studio and field production, writing for broadcast, lighting and nonlinear editing required.  Ability to develop written scripts and video concepts.  Graphics skills a plus.  Enthusiasm and a desire to learn and succeed are the most important qualifications. Duties may include: Writing, editing and producing promotional spots and commercials under the supervision of promotion and creative services producers.   Developing creative concepts and designing graphics for television, digital or print.  Updating web pages on KELOLAND.com and My-UTV.com. EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled ~ Background check required. Qualified applicants can apply online at...

Central Michigan University — Graduate Assistant Openings for 2017-2018

SCHOOL OF BROADCAST & CINEMATIC ARTS CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY 2017-2018 GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS Earn a Master’s degree in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts while assisting with the School’s undergraduate teaching, production, and administrative activities. Assistantships are available in the following areas: Video Production Electronic Journalism Film History Audio Production Multimedia Lecture Assistant Graduate assistants receive twenty hours free tuition for the year and a stipend of approximately $11,000.  Assistantships are potentially renewable for a second year. A Graduate Assistant Application can be downloaded from the School website:  www.bca.cmich.edu. For further information, please contact: Dr. Peter B. Orlik, Director School of Broadcast & Cinematic Arts Moore Hall 340 Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, MI  48859 orlik1pb@cmich.edu SCREENING BEGINS FEBRUARY 1, 2017. CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly and actively strives to increase diversity within its community (see...