Daily Local News Engineer Internship

Posted: August 20, 2014 by telecom in Internships

The Daily Local News, which airs M-Th, 5:30-6pm, is in need of an
engineer/intern to assist with the production of our live broadcast.

The engineer maintains consistency with audio, cues anchors and plays the
appropriate sound bite when needed. A small portion involves reading brief
announcements, time, weather on air. It would also involve post-production,
including editing audio files using Audacity and posting individual stories
to the WFHB website. The ideal candidates would be available weekdays, from
5-7pm. Work as few as one shift per week. We are looking for multiple
candidates to fill these roles.  Possible internship credit (check with your advisor) and a
great experience for those interested in broadcast careers.

Communications and Marketing Internship!

Posted: August 15, 2014 by telecom in Internships

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Indiana

Position: Communications and Marketing Intern
SEMESTER: Fall 2014 (Sept. 8- Dec. 10)
REPORTS TO: Special Events and Marketing Coordinator
HOURS/COMPENSATION: 10-12 hours per week, unpaid

This position will work closely with the Special Events & Marketing Coordinator to establish effective and thorough media and print communications. Projects will include the following:

Establishing a strategic social media communications plan for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
1.  A content-driven program focusing on social media visibility
2.  A focus on transparency as well as engagement with Bigs and parents
Updating all social media accounts on a bi-weekly basis
Research the prevalence of other BBBS agencies on Pinterest
Assist with press releases and general PR/Marketing outreach
Assisting with graphic design and BBBS branding (preferred, but not required)
Coordinating and producing the monthly Match E-Newsletter for BBBSSCI Bigs and Littles
Publishing a quarterly feature e-newsletter targeting donors
Assist with mass solicitation outreach and direct mailings
Assist with special events when necessary, including photography and video recording
Assist with day-to-day office management tasks


Candidates must possess the following qualifications:

An articulated belief in the mission of BBBS
Strong and effective communication skills

Demonstrated ability to increase productivity and continuously improve methods and approaches.
Extensive knowledge and experience working with different social media platforms
Media communications and marketing experience
Proficient media communication skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop)
Multi-tasking abilities that meet the need of daily variability within a non-profit
Ability to produce high quality work that meets the BBBS national branding requirements
Creative interpretation skills and perseverance

Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume, and 2 references to Brittany Slate, Special Events and Marketing Coordinator, at bslate@bigsindiana.org. Applications will not be accepted after August 22nd. Interviews will be hosted August 25th-29th. Qualified candidate will begin the week of September 8th.

Questions? Call Brittany at (812) 334-2828 x226

Video Media Assistant

Posted: August 14, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs


Video Media Assistant

Terms of Appointment
Temporary – $10 hourly rate

General Description
Working with the AAAI’s technical supervisor, marketing office, executive director, the media assistant will work primarily on projects that support promotion, preservation, and research components of the AAAI’s mission.

1. Digitally capture, transfer, and edit video documents.
2. Produce or assist in the production of media projects, such as promotional videos, documentaries, and demonstration videos.
3. Set up and operate video recording equipment for AAAI events and projects.
4. Schedule video shoots for concerts and other events involving non-AAAI sources, such as Bloomington CATS, and IU Radio/Television services.
5. Maintain an updated and accessible inventory of the AAAI’s video recordings.
6. Maintain an orderly and clean working storage environment in the AAAI’s video room.
7. Working with the AAAI technical supervisor, maintain a video equipment inventory.
8. Advise the technical supervisor or AAAI executive director on the purchase and maintenance of AV hardware and software.
9. Assist with the IU Media Preservation Project in the following ways:
a. Attend and participate in project related meetings
b. Assist with organizing the video inventory into MPP projects
c. Assist with the process of gathering and recording metadata
d. Label and verify the accuracy of labels on audio and video recordings
10. Perform other duties, as determined by the AAAI executive director or technical supervisor.

General AAAI Employee Responsibilities
1. Attend and be punctual for staff meetings, orientation and training sessions, rehearsals, and performances as assigned
2. Maintain required office hours
3. Take responsibility for security and care of University equipment and facilities assigned for your use
4. Follow procedures outlined in the AAAI Staff Handbook, and all IU publications governing faculty and staff

Support of Events
Members of the AAAI staff are strongly encouraged to attend, if not assigned to work, events sponsored by the AAAI, as well as events involving AAAI students and staff members.


Dr. Charles Sykes, Executive Director

Johnny Campbell, Technical Supervisor

Two Video Production Positions – Immediate Openings

Posted: August 4, 2014 by telecom in Jobs

Image Resources, Inc., Indianapolis  is an established, Emmy®-Award winning video production company which has an immediate need for two full-time or part-time Video Production Assistants to become involved in all facets of video production and follow-up, including:

  •  Client contact and scheduling
  •  Shooting
  •  Editing
  •  Interview logging
  •  Writing
  •  DVD/MP4 duplication and packaging
  •  Shipping and receiving
  •  Studio cleanup
  •  Project filing
  •  And so on….

Business hours are 8:30am to 5pm, but of course in video production one might need to start early and stay late depending on what needs to be done.   But that doesn’t happen too often.

We’ve had recent projects in Las Vegas, Iowa and Virginia, so the successful candidate will be able to travel out of state periodically with all expenses paid.  These are often overnight projects.

Everything is shot solid-state and edited in HD.   Sometimes you’ll be shooting with a team, and other times you’ll be solo.   You’ll be actively involved in piecing together documentaries that change lives.  Our work is highly respected by our clients around the country.  We’ve been in business for twenty years so you can be confident of job security.

We have two subsidiaries – one specializes in web video production, and the other in still photography.  You will also be involved in those ventures.

The successful candidate is expected to:

  •  Be organized, creative, and present himself/herself in a professional manner when around clients;
  •  Have a degree in T-Comm, or the equivalent in professional experience;
  •  Have experience editing video with FCP7 or Adobe Premiere Pro;
  •  Have experience shooting with a pro-grade video camera and accessories;
  •  Have an understanding of 3-point lighting;
  •  Be able to lift and carry equipment weighing up to 40 lbs;
  •  Have a good grasp of the English language, altho a secondary language is a plus;
  •  Abstain from smoking during the work day, lunch break excepted;
  •  Have reliable transportation;
  •  Be a quick learner;
  •  Be self managing;
  •  Be a problem solver;
  •  Be willing to travel, sometimes for several days.

Big plusses would be programming experience with web design and SEO, motion graphics, photography, sales, and/or marketing.

Full time salary starts at $30k to $32k.

If interested, please email Dave Fulton at fulton@i-r.com.

This summer, the Student Media Bureau is producing photo, video and print marketing materials for a variety of offices and departments for the Division of Student Affairs. This is a great opportunity for students to get involved with the film production process as talent, as you will be working with a trained team of videographers and photographers. Along with this, your photos and footage will be featured in IU’s prints, brochures, photos, and online banners.

We want to represent all students of IU and are looking for:

  • Male and Females
  • 18-27 years old
  • International students encouraged!
  • Asian, Black, European, Hispanic, Indian & Middle Eastern

Compensation for working with the Student Media Bureau will include Starbucks gift cards and New IU Apparel!

We are holding to Casting Calls on:

  • Thursday June 12th 1pm
  • Friday June 13th 10am

The Casting Call will take place at SMB Headquarters, located on the 2nd floor of the GLBT Building at 705 East 7th St.

If you are unable to attend, feel free to contact the Student Media Bureau at dsasmb@gmail.com<mailto:dsasmb@gmail.com>with your photograph, short bio, and contact.

Comforty Media Concepts Production Internship

Posted: May 2, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
Comforty Media Concepts Production Internship
Comforty Media Concepts, a Bloomington-based production team with international
recognition and a number of best-selling titles, is seeking summer interns to assist
with our program, The Learning Project.  The Learning Project is an online resource
composed of many collections of nuanced archival documentary footage, spanning a
broad subject range from stories of humanity and tolerance during the Holocaust,
to series based on the best practices of inclusive education for students with
disabilities. Ideal interns will be able to carefully edit video interviews and export

them to an organized database, design and send marketing materials, and help with
various web-oriented tasks. We are looking for driven creatives who want to participate
in meaningful media production with a positive effect on the community.  The latest projects,
though unfinished, are located at inclusionseries.com and theoptimists.com

Interested parties should e-mail a resume and a short objective statement to

My name is Ryan Fish, and I am the festival organizer for the first annual IAM Movies Film Festival, hosted by Indiana All Media student organization.  I wanted to encourage any students to submit to our film fest. It is agreat way to get any of your work screened, and even possibly win some awards! Among the awards are Best Picture and the Talent award for actors and actresses. We encourage students to submit any and all forms of media, including narratives, documentaries, viral videos, and class projects.  The deadline for submission is Friday, April 25, at 5pm. Official

applications for submission must be sent to
indianaallmedia@gmail.com with the subject heading IAM Film Fest in order to be considered.
However, I will also accept submissions to my personal email, rjfish@indiana.edu, until Sunday, April 27 at 5pm if students mention this email in their submission. Submissions may include any and all film/media projects made by students within the last 2 years, with no minimum time requirement, and a maximum of 10 minutes. Additionally, a $5 application fee will be collected at the day of the screening.
More detailed information, along with the official application, can be found here, on our blog:  https://indianaallmedia.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/iam-film-fest/.
Additionally, we encourage you to click attend on our Facebook event, found
Thank you so much for your time, and we look forward to seeing your work!

Ryan Fish and Indiana All Media


WBWB/WHCC Summer Internship Opportunitie

Posted: April 18, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
WBWB/WHCC Summer Internship Opportunities:
Timeline is as follows:
  • Deadline to receive completed application and copy of resume – 4/25/14
  • Selected applicants will be interviewed – 4/30/14
  • Internship Orientation and start date – 5/12/14
  • Internship end date – 8/23/14
*Dates and scheduling can be flexible upon request.
All interested students can please request further information by emailing intern@wbwb.com

*JUST CALL ME JACK is an independent feature film to be shot in Bloomington
on May 19-24 and 26-31. It is a one-location musical chamber drama produced
by Brave New Productions. Indiana University students remaining in
Bloomington through May can now apply for a production internship to work
on set for all or some days under the wing of professional filmmakers. For
more information, go to www.justcallmejackmovie.com

*The OLD NORTHWEST FILM FESTIVAL is an event in Bloomington also
coordinated by Brave New Productions, scheduled for Saturday, July 26th.
The festival will screen work from all across the Midwest in categories
designated for high school, college, and professional filmmakers.
Screenings will include the debut of Bloomington feature film GOBINON and
the first trailer for JUST CALL ME JACK. **Indiana University students in
Bloomington on and around July 26th can now apply for an internship to help
run the festival and network with industry professionals.*

*Anyone who is interested in both or either of these opportunities can send
a resume of interest to bpnichol@indiana.edu*

bloomingOUT Interns Needed!

Posted: April 18, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
bloomingOUT Interns Needed!
bloomingOUT is seeking Interns to assist in producing monthly news
segments. Interns will be trained in audio production, and assigned a

regular “beat.” If you are interested in being a part of Indiana’s only

global-reaching LGBTQ Weekly Public Affairs Program, send an e mail to


bloomingOUT is seeking audio engineers to edit audio segments and run the

board during the live broadcast. A 2-hour/week commitment is needed,

training is provided. If you are interested in the excitement and camaraderie that

comes out of live radio, contact
bloomingOUT@wfhb.org to join the team!”