New Media Internships The new Media Department internship program gives students real-world experience into the operations of a website at a television news station. The internship includes learning alongside newsroom management, web producers, multi-media journalists, photographers, producers and assignment desk editors. We work with colleges and universities to provide students the opportunity to apply coursework learned or taught in the classroom with practice in the workplace. Students are placed in television broadcast areas related to their major and career goals. What We Require: The Internship program offers college students the opportunity to take a first step into the broadcasting industry. Interns must be: · Enrolled at an accredited college or university · Registered as a junior or above and in good standing · Receive college/university course credit for participating in this program. The amount of course credit to be earned is determined, and must be verified by the college/university, prior to starting assignment. To receive course credit, students must comply with all school requirements as well as all station requirements. Grade point average and leadership experience are also an important part of the total assessment of student applicants. Interns are expected to work a minimum of 25 hours per week. This should include at least one eight hour shift. The days and times are based on student availability and departmental needs. The following skills are required to be considered for the internship: · Computer/typing skills · Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in person and on the phone · Completed at least one broadcast/journalism writing course · Good organization skills Students must also be up to date on current events (actively consuming local news, watching newscasts, visiting news websites and utilizing a variety of news sources). What You Will Learn: · Researching stories · Contributing story ideas · Writing/editing news for the web · Taking photos and building slideshows · How a content management system works · How to track story page views online · Basic HTML code · Editing with Final Cut Pro digital software How to Apply: Interested in an internship with the new media department? Apply online at www.scripps.com. Then send to New Media Internship Coordinator, Kim Nguyen, KMGH, 123 Speer Blvd, Denver, CO 80203, a cover letter, two letters of reference, official school transcript and confirmation letter from you school that you will receive school credit for the internship.

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