News Talk 1110 WBT is looking for sharp and dedicated interns!
Spend your semester in a fast paced environment, learning from the best in the industry!
Are you looking for an exciting internship that is different from all the rest? Do you want an internship that will motivate you and open your eyes to potential career opportunities? If so, we may have what you are looking for at News Talk 1110AM WBT!
WBT’s talk format provides a rich culture for experiencing the planning and execution of daily radio programming and yields a well-rounded, hands-on experience. Our Interns learn every aspect of running two highly successful radio stations including
Show Production – what it takes to air a daily live radio show
News – what goes into delivering up to the minute local and national news
Marketing and Promotion – how to engage listeners via on-air promos and local events
Interactive – how to drive listeners to our websites and social media platforms
Depending on the internship, Intern could assist the on-air talent, show producers, news reporters and marketing staff in various projects including updating the show’s website, researching and contacting potential guests; creating dynamic website graphics and executing promotional events. Interns are desired for the following shows and departments:
- Charlotte’s Morning News (5am – 9am)
- The Keith Larson Show (9am-12Noon)
- The John Hancock Show (3pm - 6pm)
- WBT News Department
- WBT Promotions and Marketing Department
- WBT Interactive Department
Interns are at least 18 years old, a student at a University, College, Community College or Technical School and must receive academic credit for the internship. The institution awarding the course credit sets other internship requirements. Interns work a minimum of 15 - 20 hours a week for at least eight weeks. An assigned department employee will provide intern supervision. The actual time commitment will be determined in a pre-internship interview.
Greater Media Charlotte is an equal opportunity employer.