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MGM
Details: Internships available in many fields including production, marketing, music, finance.
Pay: Internships may be paid or unpaid. For unpaid internships, academic credit will be a requirement.
Eligibility: A registered student must be eligible to earn academic credit for the internship and involved in a related course of study.
Time frame: Summer programs and variable periods.
Contact: http://www.mgm.com/corp_career_internships.do
Ideal for: Entry into all facets of studio entertainment.

Miramax
Details: Interns assist with special projects and general office in individual departments.
Pay: Unpaid with college credit.
Eligibility: Interns must be currently enrolled and eligible to receive college credit.
Time frame: Part-time
Contact: For New York, submit your resume and cover letter with interested area via fax to Attn: Internship Coordi-nator, (212) 219-4192. For Los Angeles, email mmx.hr.la.resumes@miramax.com or fax (323) 822 4155
Ideal for: Entry into studio film.

New Line
Details: Internships available in many fields
Pay: College credit, with travel reimbursement.
Eligibility: Available for undergraduates only (unless otherwise stated). Student must be able to receive credit for their internship.
Time frame: Part-time internship programs are available year round for quarter or semester.
Contact: Resume and cover letter with area of interest.
In New York — Attn: Internship Coordinator, fax (212) 649-4640. Email: internshipny@newline.com
In Los Angeles — E-mail: InternshipLA@NewLine.com
Ideal for: “Lord of the Rings” fans and any others trying to break into the industry.

Paramount
Details: Internships available in various fields
Pay: Paid with credit
Eligibility: Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university
Time frame: Varies by position, most paid jobs require six months 20-25 hours a week
Contact: Internships listed at http://www.paramount.com/studio/jobs.htm
Fax your resume with position number to (323) 862-1134 or send your resume to:
Paramount Pictures
Human Resources — Dept. WEB
5555 Melrose Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90038-3197
Ideal for: Entry into studio entertainment

Sony Pictures Entertainment/Columbia TriStar
Details: Internships are regularly available in production, marketing, publicity and promotions.
Pay: College credit internship is available year-round and is unpaid. Paid internships vary.
Eligibility: Current college student for credit. Must meet job-specific requirements for paid positions.
Time frame: Can be up to six months and requires 10 to 20 hours per week.
Contact: Sony Pictures Entertainment, Attn: Internships, 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Ste. 3900, Culver City, CA 90232-3195
http://www.sonypicturesjobs.com
Ideal for: Entry into all facets of studio entertainment.

20th Century Fox and Fox Broadcasting
Details: Internships with various departments of Fox entertainment.
Pay: Paid and unpaid with credit
Eligibility: Sophomores or higher, currently enrolled and in good standing.
Time frame: Will not exceed 30 hours during school year or 40 hours during summer. Maximum of two semesters
Contact: Search internships and complete on-line application at http://www.foxcareers.com/jobsearch.asp
Ideal for: Studio entertainment

Walt Disney Studios
Details: Program is designed to work on a variety of assignments within one area of the studio
Pay: Paid and unpaid
Eligibility: All currently enrolled college students who have completed their freshman year.
Time frame: Submissions Jan. 1-April 15. Program runs 8-10 weeks and all positions will be in Burbank.
Contact: Submit a resume and cover letter. Email: wds.intern@disney.com
Ideal For: Entry into studio entertainment.

Warner Bros.
Details: All fields of WB entertainment
Pay: Internships are either for credit or paid
Eligibility: Must be currently enrolled in a college or university. Additional eligibility requirements vary depending upon internship program.
Time frame: Part-time, full time in summer
Contact: Search internships and complete online application at http://www.wbjobs.com
Ideal for: Studio entertainment

Universal Studios
Details: Offers opportunities throughout all divisions.
Pay: Credit available with both paid and unpaid positions.
Eligibility: Students who are currently registered at an accredited undergraduate or graduate institution.
Time frame: Fall, spring, and summer semesters
Contact: Search available internships and apply online at http://corp.universalstudios.com/
Ideal for: Entry into studio entertainment

Television

ABC
Details: Program is designed to work on a variety of assignments within ABC.
Pay: Paid and unpaid with credit
Eligibility: All currently enrolled college students who have completed their freshman year.
Time frame: Submissions Jan. 1 to April 15. Program runs 8-10 weeks and all positions will be in Burbank.
Contact: Search ABC internships at http://disney.go.com/DisneyCareers and submit a resume and cover letter.
Ideal for: Entry into network television.

ABC 7 Los Angeles
Details: Opportunity to observe and participate in the daily work and operation of the television station.
Pay: Unpaid with credit.
Eligibility: Currently enrolled and must provide eligibility for credit
Time frame: Semester programs
Contact: Send your request for an application to:
Internship Coordinator
Diversity Programs and Community Relations
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
(818) 863-7230
Ideal for: Entrance into local television

CBS
Details: Internships available in entertainment communications, corporate communications, news and sports.
Pay: College credit.
Eligibility: College juniors, seniors or graduate students who can receive academic credit for their internship.
Time frame: Internships are available for all semesters, throughout the year.
Contact: http://www.cbsdiversity.com/internship.shtml3

E! Entertainment TV
Details:Positions available in all fields of E! and The Style Network cable television. (NY, LA and Chicago offices …)
Pay: Paid and unpaid with college credit
Eligibility: Currently enrolled college or university student.
Time frame: Fall, spring, summer programs for three months. Part-time and full-time.
Contact: Search positions and apply online at http://www.eentertainment.com/careers/categories/
Ideal for: Those interested in entering into cable, entertainment and lifestyle TV

Lifetime Television
Details: Gives interns a look into the workings of cable television. Offers opportunities to learn about the industry through weekly guest-speaker luncheons with senior staff, networking opportunities and job-search skills workshops.
Pay: Unpaid with college credit
Eligibility: Only open to undergraduates able to receive credit
Time frame: Ten weeks during fall, spring, and summer for 15 hours minimum and 24 hours minimum during summer.
Contact: Search available positions at http://www.lifetimetv.com/about/internships.html
Email resume and cover letter to internships@lifetimetv.com.
Ideal for: Entry into women’s cable television

KCET 10 Los Angeles
Details: Work alongside skilled professionals and have the opportunity to build business relationships that will help interns network.
Pay: College credit
Eligibility: Must be attending a four-year accredited college or university, provide KCET with proof of credit or an authoriza-tion verified by their college; complete an internship application.
Time frame: 15 to 20 hours, spring and summer semesters
Contact: For listings of available internships visit http://www.kcet.org/about/hr/internships.php and fax or mail resume to: Internship Coordinator
KCET Human Resources Dept.
4401 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Fax: (323) 953-5689
Email: hr@kcet.org
Ideal for: Entry into all aspects of local public television

KTTV Fox 11
Details: Internships in all areas of television production
Pay: College credit
Eligibility: Currently enrolled with preference given to upperclassmen.
Time frame: Fall, spring, and summer; 12 to 15 hours a week. Weekends available.
Contact: Mail resume to:
Attn. Internships Coordinator
KTTV FOX 11
1999 S. Bundy Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90025-5235
Ideal for: Local Los Angeles television

NBC
Details: Students intern in television broadcast and production areas, business operations and NBC positions.
Pay: Unpaid with credit
Eligibility: Currently of sophomore standing or above and enrolled at college or university.
Time frame: Students work during the fall, spring, or summer college semesters full-time or part-time, minimum three days per week.
Contact: For listings of internships and application addresses, visit http://www.nbcjobs.com/Internship_Program.html
For NBC 4 in L.A., visit http://www.nbc4.tv/nbc4/1312587/detail.html or email: CAintern@nbc.com
Ideal for: Entry into national and local television

MTV Networks
Details: Students are exposed to all levels of MTV Networks including MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and Spike TV.
Pay: Unpaid with college credit
Eligibility: Currently enrolled upperclassman and eligible sophomores. Must be able to receive credit.
Time frame: Year-round, based on semesters.
Contact: For listings of internships and application addresses visit https://jobhuntweb.viacom.com/jobhunt/main/internships.asp
Ideal for: Entry into cable television

Turner Broadcasting
Details: Internships with CNN, Turner Entertainment Networks, TBS Intl., Turner Network Sales, Turner Sports, and Turner Broadcasting corporate offices.
Pay: Unpaid with credit
Eligibility: Currently enrolled upperclassman or graduate student. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Some internships require course credit.
Time frame: Fall, spring, and summer sessions.
Contact: Search for positions and receive applications at http://www.turner.com/jobs/internships.html
Ideal for: Students interested in cable television

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