Marketing and Promotion WTTS internships

Posted: July 27, 2010 by ljhadvisor in Internships

Candidates will assist the Marketing and Promotion staff with sales and programming promotions throughout central and south-central Indiana.  Candidates will also assist in public relations and other special events.  Internships also include office and clerical work, and planning and executing on and off-air contests.  WTTS interns receive a broad experience in radio promotions and marketing.  Internships are paid and absolutely require schedule flexibility: 20 to 25 hours per week, including days, nights, weekends, and holidays

Promotions/Marketing internship requires the following:

– Must be receiving college credit

– Must have valid drivers license and clean driver’s record

– Must have a GPA of “C” or above

– Excels in writing and organization

– Great communication skills and knowledge of all Microsoft applications

– Flexibility in scheduling, (days, nights, holidays and weekends)

– Must be familiar with the WTTS format and artists

– Course of study in marketing, broadcasting, public relations, event management, communications preferred- all other courses welcomed.

For consideration, please email cover letter, resume and three references to WTTS Promotion Director Johnette Cruz Harvey at johnette@wttsfm.com

Johnette Cruz Harvey

Promotions Director

92.3 WTTS-FM

407 Fulton Street Suite 92

Indianapolis, IN. 46202

317-972-9887 Ext. 228

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