College juniors or seniors are invited to take part in the internship program at The Trussville Tribune. Interns observe daily operations and are able to take some part in aspects of the job, including but not limited to news gathering, photography, writing AP Style, video production, social media, and interviewing.
By the end of the internship, students should feel comfortable conducting interviews for storytelling and putting their stories together. Other objectives include networking, and multi-tasking and working in a fast-paced environment.
This internship will benefit anyone looking for a promising career in a newspaper.
For more information, contact: email@example.com
Shelby County Newspapers, Inc., a media company specializing in newspapers, magazines and digital storytelling in Shelby County, AL, is seeking a newsroom leader with a strong passion for news and storytelling.
The managing editor will oversee editorial content for our newspapers and websites. Responsibilities include managing a staff of writers and freelancers, editing and proofreading material written by other staff members, as well as general assignment reporting, feature writing and some photography. This person must have at least two years’ experience in a newsroom and must be comfortable juggling many projects and deadlines.
This full-time opportunity offers a competitive salary and benefits. Compensation plan includes base weekly salary, health/dental insurance, 401(k), paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan, paid holidays and paid sick leave. Opportunity for advancement—with our company and others in our parent company— is nearly limitless.
Our publications include:
- The Shelby County Reporter, a weekly newspaper with a daily online focus. The Reporter has earned the state press association’s General Excellence award each of the last 13 years.
- The Alabaster Reporter, Pelham Reporter, Helena Reporterand 280 Reporter, weekly newspapers with a daily online focus.
- Shelby Living, Hoover’s Magazine, Homewood Life, Mountain Brook Magazine and Vestavia Hills Magazine.
- Ability to lead, motivate and mentor a newsroom
- Excellent community news judgment
- Solid writing, researching and interviewing skills
- Fluency in AP style and strict adherence to grammar rules
- Valid driver’s license, car insurance and a vehicle
- Impeccable time management and organization skills
- Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field preferred
- Strength in social media audience development is a must as is strength in all forms of digital storytelling.
To apply email your cover letter, résumé, earnings expectations and writing samples to Daniel Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Greenwood, Miss., Commonwealth, a 3,500-circulation five-day daily, has an opening for a general assignment reporter. You’ll work hard, and in return we’ll provide both good coaching and interesting and varied assignments. You’ll cover local government, education, police and courts, plus enterprise work and features. Photography and/or videography skills would be helpful.
The Commonwealth publishes Tuesday through Saturday mornings. It is regularly judged one of the best small daily newspapers in Mississippi. It also publishes a general-interest quarterly magazine.
Greenwood is in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, an area with a complex civil rights history as well as a rich and varied culture, including great restaurants. It is farm country, but among its major employers are also Milwaukee Tool and Viking Range. Greenwood is also a place that values a newspaper willing to cover both the easy stories and the hard ones.
Compensation range is $26,000 to $30,000, depending on candidate’s abilities. Benefits include health insurance, 401(k) pension plan, life insurance, two weeks of paid vacation and up to one week of sick leave.
Send resume, references and three of your best writing samples to Editor Tim Kalich at email@example.com.
Editor and Publisher
329 Hwy. 82 West / P.O. Box 8050
Greenwood, MS 38935-8050
Internship application is now open at WBHM 90.3 FM in Birmingham, Ala.
Interns are students currently enrolled in high school or college, or recent graduates who have been out of school for less than a year. Interns will work for school credit. A faculty advisor will be involved, and WBHM staff will report to the advisor on a regular basis.
All interns can expect ongoing feedback and coaching presented in a respectful manner. Interns and adult learners will be evaluated at the end of the semester. At this time, the option of an additional semester will be reviewed by WBHM if the intern/adult learner wishes to continue. After the additional semester, and at WBHM’s sole discretion, interns/adult learners may continue to intern with WBHM and the possibility of payment for hours worked may be considered.
- Interns and adult learners must work at least 15 hours/week on a set schedule.
- Interns must commit to a semester-long internship. WBHM follows UAB’s academic calendar.
- WBHM has a business casual dress code. Interns and adult learners are expected to look neat and professional.
- For news department internships, fill out the WBHM News Internship Application and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a resume and cover letter.
- Applications for the fall are due on August 9.
- For all other internships, email the point person for that department (see below).
News interns will work with WBHM’s news director and reporters to help produce local news content for radio and WBHM.org. Interns will learn how to do interviews, how to use audio recording equipment and editing programs, and how to produce their own original spots and sound-rich features for broadcast and digital platforms. Strong digital skills are a plus. To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and the WBHM News Internship Application to News Director Gigi Douban at email@example.com.
Programming/Production interns will work primarily with WBHM’s Program Director producing promos and/or short features to air on WBHM. Using digital editing, they will ultimately be responsible for conceiving, writing, editing and mixing their work, the goal being to air on WBHM. They may also record audio in the field as well. Additional work could include working with the automations system and audio consoles. To apply, send a resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to Michael Krall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WBIR in Knoxville, Tennessee, is currently on the hunt for talented May graduates.
Here’s a list of current openings:
or contact Allison Duff, Assistant News Director, 865.541.5326 email@example.com
Interested in revolutionizing community journalism? Still agree that print is not dead, but on the rise and desperately needed in today’s climate?
Then you will love working at the newspapers owned by Kingfisher Media.
The Leeds Tribune and Selma Sun are fast-growing weeklies under new ownership that need editors and reporters to lead our coverage of news, sports, features, education – everything important to the cities we cover.
The Leeds Tribune covers Leeds, Ala., located just outside of Birmingham along the booming Interstate 20 corridor. The Selma Sun covers the historic city of Selma, Ala., and Dallas County, which are on the cusp of major growth and change.
Kingfisher Media is owned by Cindy Fisher, a veteran journalist with a passion for establishing successful business models for community newspapers that involve integrating traditional news coverage with video, social media engagement and TV elements to create a new way to present news to an engaged and eager audience.
Join our team and our journey of taking journalism to the next level with innovative ways to reach the next generation of readers.
Email a resume and cover letter to Publisher Cindy Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Learn more about us at www.leedstribune.com and www.selmasun.com.
The Opelika-Auburn News and its online site, OANow.com, is seeking a talented reporter/photographer who will serve as our criminal justice reporter, cover the city of Opelika, and take a lead role in our photography needs such as routinely providing photo galleries for online and lead art for 1A in print.
We also would like someone who has an eye for good sports photography, as this hire likely will help in our sports coverage, including Auburn University athletic events. The criminal justice beat is one of our top areas of reader interest and one full of great story opportunities.
Interested applicants should go to the “Jobs” link on the upper-right portion of oanow.com to complete an application, and also email a cover letter and resume to editor Troy Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates: Beginning the week of June 3 – August 9th, depending on school schedule
Journalism Internships – Non-paid/Experience only – 4-6 hours/week
Offered to rising juniors and seniors
Open to all journalism majors but must have an interest in broadcasting and children.
The Ryan Seacrest Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to uplift the spirits of hospitalized children through multimedia broadcast centers in the best pediatric hospitals in the country. Seacrest Studios opened in November 2010 at the Egleston campus of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Thanks to the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, patients at Children’s now have the ability to explore the creative realms of radio, television and new media right from their hospital rooms. We are one of just a handful of children’s hospitals nationwide to have this resource available to our patients and families. It is our goal at Seacrest Studios to create happy memories for patients and their families during their hospital stay. The internship at Seacrest Studios is part of Children’s volunteer program and looks for dedicated college radio/television/film broadcast students that have an interest in the communication/journalism field.
For questions or to apply, email Wendy Threatt – Wendy.Threatt@choa.org.