HBO 2017 Summer Intern: Business Affairs - Music Rights/Clearances
We are looking for someone with an interest in the legal and business side of television to assist our department with clearing the music, footage and photos used in HBO documentaries, Sports programming and promos. Projects will include new and older programming as well as document retention and keeping our database of rights current.
Must be able to work 35 hours/week in New York City.
Must be a rising junior or senior in college.
Assist with the workings of our department including music, footage and photo clearances, a database transfer project and organizing license agreements to asses and disseminate rights to older programs.
- Normal familiarity with word, excel, etc.
- Metadata and database knowledge would be a plus as would an interest in contracts/license agreements.
DESIRED SKILLS / TRAITS:
Organized, good attention to detail, ability to think critically.
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