New York Public Radio is the owner of a number of US-based radio stations. Interns will work within the framework of the Brian Lehrer Show is WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning talk program. The show serves as a town square for New York and beyond, with newsmakers and agenda-setters, journalists and listeners conversing at length on the local, national and international news and cultural and social trends of the day.
Interns at New York Public Radio are given a robust internship program with hands-on responsibilities. The goal of the internship program is to provide substantive, meaningful work experience so that each intern concludes the internship period with demonstrable skills in his/her area of interest, plus knowledge of public radio, in general. The interns will be responsible for call-screening, website content maintenance, and social media outreach. Additionally, they will provide research assistance and basic audio editing.
Application process is ongoing.
- Any student or recent graduate is eligible to apply
- Applicants should be highly motivated self-starters who can work in an environment of live news radio
- Applicants should be aware of news and political affairs in New York and beyond
- Some journalism and office experience is preferred, but not required
- Interns should be eligible to work in the US
Find out more about New York Public Radio Remote Internship.
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