Journalism, Print and Broadcast Media

In many ways journalism is the perfect career for the liberal arts graduate. It allows you to examine a wide variety of topics, to study and analyze them, and then to write about them. Sounds like the outline for most of your courses, right? Naturally, this is a simplistic description; however, ideally a journalist does proceed as just outlined.

  • Broadcast Journalism Resources

      • Disney ABC Television Group – “…we’re always looking for talented people who are passionate about what they do to continue in those strong traditions. Learn more about a job with the Disney/ABC Television Group today.”
      • The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is a full-service trade association which represents the interests of free, over-the-air radio and television broadcasters. Opportunities can be found here.
      • Broadcast Media and Journalism Career Guide – Explore careers in Broadcast Media and Journalism with the following links to job descriptions which include information such as daily activities, skill requirements, salary and training required.
      • Journalism.org contains resources including Advice for Students Interested in a Career in Journalism, Journalism School Links, Books & Articles, Journalism Tools, Professional Guidelines, and Other Journalism Sites.
      • CNN Video Journalist – The Video Journalist (VJ) position, offered at the Atlanta Headquarters of the Cable News Network (CNN/CNNI/Headlines), provides hands-on experience and training for entry-level candidates pursuing one of three goals: Technical control room, Video editing, or Editorial. VJ’s fill a variety of jobs in many departments at CNN, CNNI, and Headline News.
      • CBS News offers internships for undergraduate students interested in careers in Journalism, Broadcasting and Communications. This is an educational program designed for students interested in pursuing a career in those fields.
      • The ABC News Internship Program offers internships to qualified students interested in pursuing a career in broadcast journalism. Interns will be placed on ABC News programs and in departments in New York City or Washington, DC bureaus, where they will be exposed to all aspects of network news.
      • NPR (National Public Radio) Radio interns play a vital role in NPR’s daily operations in almost every division of the organization – from Communications to our programs to NPR Music to the General Counsel’s Office. Interns work alongside experienced staff members to gain unparalleled experience in their chosen field and contribute their talents and energies to NPR’s mission. A candidate must be a graduate student, an undergraduate student, or have graduated from college within twelve months of beginning the internship.
      • Internships at NPR are designed to provide students and recent graduates with an opportunity to learn about broadcasting and the supporting areas of NPR.
      • NBC Universal, Inc. offers internships in NY & LA, Local TV Stations, CNBC, MSNBC and full-time opportunities in the News Associate Program
      • JournalismJobs.com is the largest and most-visited resource for journalism jobs. Search for jobs in newspapers, wire services, television, radio, and online media.
      • Time Warner, Inc.is a leading global media and entertainment company with best-in-class businesses in filmed entertainment, interactive services, television networks, cable systems and publishing. Search for full-time jobs and internship opportunities here.
      • Corporation for Public Broadcasting – Search for jobs and internships.