Fall 2024 Internships

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Fall 2024  (Updated 05/30/2024)

LAist:  Southern California Public Radio provides news and information on air at LAist 89.3, online at LAist.com and through LAist Live Programming & Events. LAist is hiring for a 20-hour per week 15-week stint, with an anticipated September 2024 start date. The pay rate for this opportunity will be $18.66 per hour. Interns working with newscasts or shows would assist with reporting, research, and production. Applicants should have experience in radio production and include samples of their on-air work. This position is funded in part by a grant from the Asian American Journalists Association, Los Angeles chapter. Preference will be given to applicants whose interests or background align with AAJA-LA’s mission. The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. July 1, 2024. Apply through LinkedIn.

Fox News Media: Fox News Media operates the Fox News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network (FBN), Fox News Digital, Fox News Audio, Fox News Books, the direct-to-consumer digital streaming services Fox Nation and Fox News International and the newly announced platform Fox Weather. The Fox Internship Program offers has two remote internships available. As an intern, you would have the opportunity to participate in real-world projects at one of the biggest sports, media, and entertainment companies in the world. Interns work 16 – 24 hours per week. Apply to for the multimedia internship here and the Fox News digital arts and graphics internship here. The deadline to apply to both is Sunday, July 7, 2024.

Fox Sports: Built with brands capable of reaching more than 100 million viewers in a single weekend, Fox Sports includes the sports television arm of the Fox Network; FS1, FS2, FOX Soccer Plus and Fox Deportes, as well as a joint-venture business in the Big Ten Network and digital properties including http://FOXSports.com and the Fox Sports app. The Fox Sports Internship Program offers an exciting opportunity for you to participate in real-world projects, which provides valuable work experience and leadership skills. The successful candidate must be able to work on-site in Los Angeles. Learn more and apply through the Fox Careers portal. The deadline to apply to both is Sunday, July 7, 2024.

Goat Farm Media: Athletes First seeks a video editor for an internship with Goat Farm Media.  The successful candidate can develop short-form social content in a manner that captivates the audience and drives engagement as well as long-form content up to 15 minutes. The ideal candidate knows all the latest trends and how to create content for all digital platforms including Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. The fall internship session begins Aug. 19 and ends Dec. 20. Apply through the Athletes First careers page.

Claims Journal: Claims Journal and its other business news media outlets are seeking fall interns interested in journalism (and a handful of good bylines) to support their newsgathering while learning about business reporting from experienced editors of three different news websites. You will write assigned briefs, as well as interview subject-matter experts, attorneys, and business executives for deadline stories. You’ll also work on longer enterprise articles that follow trends and developments. Work hours are pretty much on your own schedule. Students who have some familiarity with AP style and have completed at least one basic news writing course (such as JOURN 120) are strongly preferred. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to djergler@insurancejournal.com. In your cover letter, specify that you are apply for the fall internship.

Politico: Politico’s California team is seeking an editorial intern for fall 2024. The intern will work from the Sacramento office and will play a critical role in coverage of politics and policy in the nation’s largest state. The intern will  pitch, report and write stories of consequence, cover spot news in policy and politics in and around the state capitol, and work with Politico’s California Playbook team to write and produce a daily newsletter on politics in the Golden State. This is a paid internship that runs from September through December. Apply through Politico’s career portal. The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. June 14.

Sports Media: Sports Media Inc., a sports strategy consulting agency, offers a social media internship that is remote. The social media intern will help promote Sports Media’s brands on social media platforms. Responsibilities would include planning and adhering to content calendars; creating, editing and posting content; and tracking analytics. The successful candidate possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills, is familiar with Zoom for weekly meetings and has a passion for the advertising services and hospitality industry. To apply, complete the form on the Sports Media website.

Athletes First: Athletes First is a full-service management firm that represents elite players, coaches, personnel and broadcasters is looking for applicants for a fall video editing internship. The successful candidate can develop short-form social content in a manner that captivates the audience and drives engagement as well as long-form content up to 10-15 minutes. The ideal candidate also knows all the latest trends and how to create content for all digital platforms including Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. This internship would begin Aug. 19 and end Dec. 20.  It has the option of being remote. Learn more and apply through the Athletes First careers page.

Brilliant PR & Marketing: Brilliant seeks a public relations intern who will work 15 hours a week remotely for  Summer/Fall semester (June-December). This isn’t an internship to organize files, it’s the one where you are truly integrated into a team to understand how it operates and the fundamentals of a strong career in PR. With that, it is critical that interns can meet deadlines, respond to messages in a timely manner, and be proactive in communicating with their team. The successful candidate has a GP of 3.0 or above and excellent writing skills. Though the internship is unpaid, Brilliant will reimburse you $250 each month for using your personal cell phone, computer, and home internet. Learn more and apply through Brilliant’s website.

Fox Sports Radio: iHeartMedia seeks candidates for a paid internship for its sports division. Fox Sports is looking for someone with an interest in sports and an understanding of audio editing as well as live production. Your day-to-day will be working in the newsroom and production control room. The successful candidate can work up to 20 hours a week in the Sherman Oaks office. Learn more and apply through iHeartMedia.

NBC 4 LA: The NBCUniversal Internship Program allows students to unlock their potential by contributing to big projects in meaningful ways that matter. Through this paid internship, you’ll get immersed in exciting work and feel the real support and guidance for two semesters. The successful candidate has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, is available to work 16-24 hours per week, can work in Universal City. To apply, follow the instructions on the NBCUniversal careers page.

Television Academy Foundation: The Foundation will offer paid, part-time internships to full-time students enrolled in university in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Interns must commit to working 13 consecutive weeks. Internships are available in editing, interactive media, and television production management. Past interns have been placed at companies such as Getty Images, Geiger Post, Ping Pong Productions, Shondaland and elsewhere. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 15, at 5 p.m. Learn more and apply on the Emmys career portal.