Current students are invited for a paid remote internship at New York Public Radio. Applicants who demonstrate previous journalism experience will work on website content maintenance and social media outreach. Application process is ongoing.
New York Public Radio is the owner of a number of US-based radio stations. Interns will work within the framework of the Brian Lehrer Show is WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning talk program. The show serves as a town square for New York and beyond, with newsmakers and agenda-setters, journalists and listeners conversing at length on the local, national and international news and cultural and social trends of the day.
Interns at New York Public Radio are given a robust internship program with hands-on responsibilities. The goal of the internship program is to provide substantive, meaningful work experience so that each intern concludes the internship period with demonstrable skills in his/her area of interest, plus knowledge of public radio, in general. The interns will be responsible for call-screening, website content maintenance, and social media outreach. Additionally, they will provide research assistance and basic audio editing.
Application process is ongoing.
- Any student or recent graduate is eligible to apply
- Applicants should be highly motivated self-starters who can work in an environment of live news radio
- Applicants should be aware of news and political affairs in New York and beyond
- Some journalism and office experience is preferred, but not required
- Interns should be eligible to work in the US
Find out more about New York Public Radio Remote Internship.
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