Summer 2017 Video Production Intern - CNET
CBS Interactive, a division of CBS Corporation, is the premier online content network for information and entertainment. With more than 280 million people visiting its properties each month, CBS Interactive is a top Web property globally. Its portfolio of leading brands, which include CNET, CBS.com, CBSNews.com, CBSSports.com, GameSpot, TV.com, TVGuide.com and Last.fm, span popular categories like technology, entertainment, sports, news and gaming.
The Video Production Intern will be responsible for preparing for shoots in addition to shooting and editing. S/he will be immersed in all facets of video production.
Grip/camera assistant on field and studio shoots, camera/teleprompter, operator for studio shoots, and Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere video editor as well as assist with digitizing media and logging interviews. The video intern will work with producers in studio and off-site shoots.
- Time commitment: full-time, 40 hours per week during our regular office hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm) but times may vary per team
- This is a paid internship and can also be for university credit if it meets your university’s guidelines
- Current student majoring in video or film production or related field
- Experience in and passion for video production including videography, editing, and encoding
- Experience with Adobe Premiere and comfort with DSLR Video photography as well as other video cameras
- Ability to multitask under severe deadlines
- Superb written and verbal communications skills
This intern must have a reel, or other kind of examples of shot/edited work upon applying.
- Intern must be a student currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
- Must be at least 18 years old
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
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