NPR Music Visuals Intern – Fall/Winter 2022
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NPR’s Fall 2022 NPR Music Visuals Internship will be based in Washington. D.C.
Program Duration: October 3, 2022 - April 14, 2023
The NPR Music Video Intern will assist in the production of a range of editorial projects, spanning podcasts, short-form video, Tiny Desk, Alt.Latino and more. We look for video producers who can balance multiple tasks at once, translate big ideas into smart and compelling visuals and who are excited to help NPR Music reach new audiences, especially on platforms like TikTok and Instagram. This is a paid, full-time, 40-hour a week internship working remotely. It will require occasional late nights/odd hours.
- Assist the Alt.Latino podcast as it develops short-form video content for visual social platforms, including TikTok
- Occasionally assist in production and social media storytelling for live concerts and the Tiny Desk series
This is a full-time, paid internship.
WHO CAN APPLY?
- LOCATION: This internship will be onsite at our Washington, DC office.
- EDUCATION: Must be a current student in an accredited degree program or a recent graduate of no more than 12 months from the month of the start of the internship.
- Easily-located links to work samples or online portfolio in application
- Expertise Adobe Premiere and Photoshop
- Experience shooting and editing video
- Aptitude in storytelling through editing & scripting
- Evidence of being highly-organized, detail-oriented, and technologically savvy
- Ability to follow directions precisely and handle multiple tasks
- Proficiency shooting video with DSLRs and/or C100s (Cameras and gear will be supplied, when necessary)
- Availability full-time
- Ability to be generally awesome and able to work well with awesome people
- Skills in After Effects
- 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Applications close on Sunday, July 17th at 11:59 pm ET.
Does this sound like you? If so, we want to hear from you. All applications must include a resume, cover letter, and portfolio to be considered. All interns must have authorization to work in the United States
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