Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Matt Seder Internship research

Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Interns can be assigned to the following departments:

Talent & Music - maintain producers' calendars for guest bookings, organize and sort submissions; manage talent and publicist databases; coordination of musical guests; possible participation in booking meetings.

Research - organize, file, distribute publications and other resources. Perform research on upcoming guests to be used by segment producers for interview reference.

Production - manage copying and distribution of scripts, rundowns, schedules, and revisions ensuring office, stage, and all production departments have up-to-date information; research music publishing information; update show database, phone coverage; pick up/drop off errands as necessary (all mileage will be reimbursed) general production office support.

Post Production - Assist editors/producers: track and traffic tapes between editing, control room, CBS edit/tape facility; log daily entries on edit systems; manage tape library; make dubs; general post production support, learn editing basics of Avid.

Control Room - Assist control room operations during daily rehearsals and tapings; field phone calls; copy and distribute script revisions; perform daily duties on behalf of director, associate director and other control room personnel.

Hours. Work schedule is 24 hours per week minimum commitment, up to 40 hours per week. Interns are assigned a fixed regular schedule based on their available hours.

We look for star interns, students with a bright, positive attitude, intelligence, and potential. Other key qualities appreciated in our best interns are commitment, motivation, organization, responsibility, and professionalism. In addition, they are hardworking, personable, outgoing, fun, energetic and friendly, and therefore make a good fit and contribute to the great work atmosphere of our office. Candidates should be entering their junior or senior year of college. We offer the opportunity to observe, learn, ask questions, and be integrally involved in the production. Many former interns who demonstrated talent, interest, desire and ability to contribute to the success of the show have been hired for staff positions. If you excel, and we have no current openings at the time of your graduation, we will be pleased to do whatever we can to help you find your way in the industry. The goal of the program is to expose you to all aspects of production so you can determine your own abilities and interests, and pursue your first career position having acquired knowledge, understanding, and confidence through your experience at The Late Late Show.

College Credit. Students must receive credit through their college programs to be eligible for internships. Internships are unpaid.

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Deadline for Submission
Summer (May - August) March 1
Fall (August - December) June 1
Spring Term (January - May) October 1
For consideration, please mail a cover letter along with your resume to:

Attn. Internship Program
The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson
7800 Beverly Blvd. Suite 244
Los Angeles, CA 90036

­ *Please note selected candidates will be asked to come to either our Los Angeles or New York office for an in-person interview.

Late Show with David Letterman

LATE SHOW interns can be assigned to one of the following departments: Research, Talent, Production, Writers', Writers' Production, and Music. There is also a part-time Production Finance internship for finance and accounting majors. Interns work on projects specific to their departments and perform general office duties. The interns' responsibilities are important to the staff and are a vital part of our success.

We require that students submit a cover letter and resume to apply for the following semesters:

Summer Semester (May-August) Deadline: March 1st
Fall Semester (August-December) Deadline: June 1st
Spring Semester (January-May) Deadline: October 1st

Interns can submit cover letters and resumes or e-mail questions to lateshowinternshiips@cbs.com,

CBS Television Network
Internship Coordinator
51 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
Attn: Internship Program

Internship information is also posted on our website at www.cbs.com. Interns can submit cover letters and resumes or e-mail questions to lateshowinternshiips@cbs.com.

Discovery Channel

Discovery Communications’ Campus Connections Internship Program is a 12-week, unpaid, for-credit learning experience. The program offers students valuable industry knowledge and skills through opportunities such as hands-on training, project management, executive lectures and networking opportunities. Internships are available during the spring, summer and fall semesters. Opportunities are available in the following locations:
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • New York, New York
  • Silver Spring, Maryland

Interns are placed in departments throughout the company including:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Ad Sales
  • Communications
  • Information Technology
  • Marketing
  • Production
  • Talent Relations
How to apply:

In order to be considered for an internship at Discovery Communications, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student;
  • Have completed the sophomore year of college with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  • Eligible to receive college credit for the internship;
  • Available to work a minimum of 10 hours per week; and
  • Eligible to work in the United States.

Students interested in an internship position should:

  • Create a profile;
  • Upload a resume;
  • Search for intern positions; and
  • Apply to the position in which they are qualified.

Resumes will be reviewed when they are received. Students meeting the qualifications may be contacted for a phone interview.

Candidates who are finalists for an internship will be notified and must then provide the following information before an offer is made:

  • One letter of recommendation from a professor or academic advisor;
  • One copy of their most recent transcript;
  • A letter indicating college credit will be received for the internship; and
  • Proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

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