Internships - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2

Internships

KALB-TV has an exciting opportunity for you!

Are you a student interested in a career in broadcasting? If so, in exchange for college credits you will gain valuable experience and exposure to commercial broadcasting as the professionals practice it.

What will I gain? As an intern, you will gain valuable experience, professional skills, and the working knowledge to enter with confidence into a career of broadcasting.

What are the requirements? Your schedule will be based on the number of hours mandated to receive academic credit. Meetings with your advisor should be scheduled to follow up on the progress of your internship. You must make a working schedule that is agreed upon by all parties and adhere to it. A performance evaluation will be conducted at the end of the semester. A copy of this evaluation will be sent to the school and a copy will be retained at the station. This process includes an evaluation of the intern's functional knowledge, communication skills, ability to work with others, initiative, general progress, and special achievements.

What areas of work are available? Virtually all areas of broadcast employment are available including News, Promotions, Production, Graphic Design, Sales, and Accounting.

What does the internship pay? Internships at KALB are unpaid positions, however the experience will be rewarding to you in making future career choices. In some cases, after completing a successful internship. KALB-TV offers the qualified candidate a career opportunity in Broadcast Television.

How do I apply? Internships are available in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Applications must correspond with your college curriculum schedule. Meet with your advisor or visit your career center and discuss eligibility and application procedures. Submit your resume and a letter of interest to kweiss@kalb.com.


Mail to:

Keith Weiss, News Director
KALB-TV
605 Washington St
Alexandria, LA 71301

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