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3000 W. Alameda Ave.

Burbank, CA 91523

Tel: 818-840-4444

Website: www.nbcunicareers.com

NBCU Entertainment Associate Program

Description

Program is a career development opportunity for those individuals set on a career as a creative executive in programming. Entertainment Associates should expect to be assigned for up to two years to any of NBC/Universal's Entertainment Television Program facilities: USA, Sci-Fi, Bravo, NBC Universal Television, NBC Network.

Support Provided

Professional development includes mentoring and buddy programs, formal and informal seminars, skills training, understanding the business and making key contacts. Hands on experience in development and/or management of entertainment programming by providing input to writers and producers on review of scripts, concepts, ideas and scheduling. Attend table readings, tapings, notes meetings and pitches. Successful graduates of the program have been promoted within NBC Universal. The program offers competitive compensation including benefits.

Deadline

Check website for updates. 


NBCU News Associate Program 

Description

A highly competitive program that identifies outstanding aspiring journalists who bring diverse backgrounds to news production and news coverage. It is an opportunity to learn newsgathering and production skills. It is not designed to train people who wish to be on-air reporters.


Support Provided

News Associates gain real-world experience honing research skills, developing news stories working in a news bureau, participating in field and studio show production, on the nightly news, a morning news program, or on a magazine program. 12-month program consists of several long-term assignments. Salary: $33,600/year.

Deadline 

Check website in late November for further updates.


NBCU News Associate Program

 

www.nbcunicareers.com/entry_leadership/news_associate_program

 

Description

A highly competitive program that identifies outstanding aspiring journalists who bring diverse backgrounds to news production and news coverage. It is an opportunity to learn newsgathering and production skills. It is not designed to train people who wish to be on-air reporters.

 

Support Provided

News Associates gain real-world experience honing research skills, developing news stories working in a news bureau, participating in field and studio show production, on the nightly news, a
morning news program, or on a magazine program. 12-month program consists of several long-term assignments. Salary: $33,600/year.

 

Deadline

Check website in late November for further updates.

 

Contact

Paula Madison, Senior VP of Diversity




NBCU East and West Coast Internship

 

Tel: 818-840-4444


Email: NYintern@nbc.com 

Email: CAintern@nbc.com

 

Description

Students are placed in television broadcast/production areas, business operations and NBCU interactive positions related to their major and career goals. NBCU Interns are unpaid and therefore must be enrolled at an accredited four or five-year college or university.

 

Support Provided

The Internship program offers college students the opportunity to take a first step into the broadcasting industry. The program allows NBCU to identify high potential talent for future employment.

 

Deadline

Fall: May-August

Spring: September-December

Summer: January-April

 

Contact

Paula Madison, Senior VP of Diversity

 

 

NBCU Page Program- LA and NY 

Email: NYpage@nbc.com

Description

A 12-Month program offers college graduates the opportunity to take that first step into broadcasting. Applicants will be given the chance to learn about many aspects of network television from the ground up. Primary function is to act as a liaison between NBCU and the general public, conduct guided tours and perform various audience services for NBCU shows.

Support Provided

Applicants have the opportunity to work in different departments within the company on either short or long term assignments.

Deadline

Ongoing


Emma Bowen Foundation Program for Minority Interests in Media 

Tel: 212-975-2545

www.emmabowenfoundation.com

Description

Program was established to help increase access to permanent job opportunities for minority students. Students work for a partner company during summers and school breaks from the end of their junior year in high school until they graduate from college.


Support Provided

Students learn many aspects of corporate operations and develop company-specific skills. Students in the program are mentored by selected staff and receive an hourly wage, as well as matching funds for college expenses.


Deadline

Application by requestVisit website for the most current deadlines and other important information.



NBC Diversity Initiative for Writers 

Email: diversityinitiative@nbcuni.com

 

Description

NBC provides funding for a minority staff writer position for all scripted Primetime Series, Daytime and Late Night Programming (including non-NBC Studio produced series).

Support Provided

Program funds a staff writer position on all new and returning Primetime Series for up to a total of three seasons for each minority staff writer so hired.

Deadline

Application available upon request.

Scripts are accepted year-round for screening; however, positions are generally filled during the March-June staffing season. (Visit website for the most current deadlines and other important information.)


The NBCU Talent Diversity Initiative

www.nbcunicareers.com
www.DiverseCityNBC.com
www.ComedyShortCuts.com
www.FourDirectionsTalent.com

Description

The Initiative promotes and sustains on-camera diversity through community involvement and development, showcasing non-traditional casting choices, and creating programs to raise awareness at NBC and within the entire entertainment community.

Deadline

See website for specific program application procedure

Visit website for the most current deadlines and other important information.

 

NBCU Local TV Stations Internships

 

http://www.nbcunicareers.com/internships/localtv.shtml


Email:  internship@telemundo.com

 

Description

The NBC Universal Television Stations division comprises 10 NBC television stations in major U.S. television markets, along with 15 stations affiliated with the Telemundo Network. Individually managed and staffed, these stations broadcast NBC and Telemundo network programs and present substantial amounts of locally produced news, sports, and public affairs programming. Internships are generally available at each station across the country.


Deadline

Check website for updates

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