- 10-Feb-2017 to 09-May-2017 (MST)
- Bonneville Phoenix HR
- Phoenix, AZ, USA
- Unpaid Internship
OVERVIEW: Bonneville Phoenix internships are semester-long (unpaid) opportunities for college students to gain a fuller understanding of the broadcast industry and expand their skill sets. Bonneville Phoenix offers internship opportunities in sales, marketing, news programming (reporting/editing), sports programming, audio production, traffic, web/digital content production and video production.
SALES INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: To learn every aspect of the sales process from prospecting to account management. To complete program, you must make sales calls, attend sales meetings with account managers, complete client needs analysis' and put together presentations.
MARKETING INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: To learn the "behind-the-scenes" Marketing & Promotional aspects of two of the biggest radio brands in the country. With over 300+ events handled annually, Arizona Sports 98.7 FM is the flagship home of the Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, ASU Athletics, Arizona Coyotes and a radio partner with ESPN. Meeting and greeting listeners, learning about how to brand our stations, facilitating promotions throughout the valley and charitable requests are just a few of the aspects of this internship. From the initial planning and staging to the recap of an event, this internship is a great way to learn the ins and outs of how to plan and execute a promotion from start to finish.
NEWS PROGRAMMING INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: The interns with KTAR News are not people who grab a coffee for the boss. They are not people who sit back and watch others create the news. They are asked to be creative. Newsroom interns are shaped into an integral part of the KTAR News team. Each learns the ropes in our first few meetings our computers, our writing style and our culture. They learn everything from pulling audio, conducting interviews and creating content for on-air and on-line. They are assigned stories and asked to bring their unique viewpoint to the table. Each step of the way is monitored by veteran news managers and staff, looking to help them advance in their skills and career.
SPORTS PROGRAMMING INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: To learn the "behind-the-scenes" aspects of sports programming. Some of the learning experiences these interns have are learning how to put a sports talk show together from planning through execution, how to pull audio and how to edit that audio for on-air use during a show.
AUDIO PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: To learn how to put together radio spots from the brainstorming phase through the final product. The intern will learn the basics of the Pro Tools software as well as how to write spots for production.
WEB/DIGITAL CONTENT INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: To learn how a newsroom functions and flows. The intern will gain experience in writing news stories from press releases, interviews, raw audio, aggregation and social media. The intern will also learn the strategy and planning needed to maintain a news website; basic HTML; Photoshop; and content management systems.
VIDEO PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: Interns in the video department will learn how to use the TriCaster, Final Cut Pro software, basic HTML all while learning how to put video clips together for the website. They will put projects together from the planning stage, through filming, through editing and finalizing the product for upload to a website.
TRAFFIC/CONTINUITY INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: To learn how to log commercial spots and assign the appropriate copy to ensure the correct spot runs at the specified time per the client.
- 18+ and currently registered as a college/university student, eligible to receive internship credit through their educational institution.
- Upon selection intern will be asked to sign an agreement and provide proof of internship credit.
- Schedule is between 15 and 25 hours per week depending on school requirements.
- Basic computer knowledge
- No guarantee of employment upon completing an internship.
- Receive, process, and maintain information through oral and/or written communication effectively.
- Substantial physical movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
- Lift, move, and carry up to 20 pounds on occasion.
- Ability to extend hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction with good eye and hand coordination