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Audio Production Internships
We are not currently seeking applicants for this internship. We plan to accept applications in late October. For future reference: Rhode Island Public Radio offers opportunities for audio production interns. Interns will work one, three-hour shift per week on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for approximately 3 to 4 months. Duties include: editing music for use as background, bumpers and stings; editing promos for local features and events; editing national programming promos for local broadcast; assisting the Operations Manager with other audio production tasks. Familiarity with digital audio editing software is preferred.
Rhode Island Public Radio is not currently seeking interns for the newsroom internship. We will accept applications for summer internships in March 2013. For future reference: Interns will work two, four-hour shifts per week in the newsroom writing and producing stories for the daily newscasts. Duties include: researching, interviewing both in the newsroom and out in the field, editing audio, and writing news copy. Interns will also post their stories on the RIPR website and assist with other duties in the newsroom. This is a great opportunity to learn the core skills of broadcast journalism while working alongside experienced journalists. Internship shifts run from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM or Noon - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
To learn about volunteer opportunities, please visit the volunteering page.
RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC RADIO, RHODE ISLAND'S NPR, IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Rhode Island Public Radio does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, ethnicity, gender, age, marital status, disability, medical condition, or sexual orientation. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
In accordance with FCC guidelines, Rhode Island Public Radio is required to provide notification of full-time job vacancies to organizations involved in assisting job seekers upon request by such organization. As a public service, Rhode Island Public Radio Human Resources office will provide notification of jobs to interested organizations. To request notification, write:
Rhode Island Public Radio
1 Union Station
Providence, RI 02903
For our 2012 EEO Report, please download the PDF below.