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  • Web Development
  • Spring
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  • 2011

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BermanBraun is an independent media company whose three divisions — television, feature film and digital media — create and exploit entertainment content and advertising solutions throughout the world. The Santa Monica, Calif.-based company, founded by principals Gail Berman and Lloyd Braun in January 2007, has separate strategic global alliances with NBC and Microsoft to create and distribute creative content across all platforms. In February 2009, BermanBraun launched WONDERWALL — the primary celebrity destination on the MSN Network, ranking ahead of TMZ.com and People.com in traffic, with number one user engagement in the celebrity news space. In April 2010, partners BermanBraun, Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. (HFM U.S.) and MSN launched GLO, a lifestyle destination site. BermanBraun is currently producing THE CAPE for NBC’s 2010/2011 television season. They are also producing DECODED for the History Channel for Fall 2010. BermanBraun also produces SWORDS for The Discovery Channel and IS SHE REALLY GOING OUT WITH HIM? on MTV.

Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment: 

Television-Production Intern
BermanBraun is currently seeking high caliber, part-time interns for the spring session.
The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in the entertainment industry, be a team player and eager to ask questions. Students will have enviable exposure to our television and film departments and will contribute to a company with shows in development and production at multiple television networks and media outlets.
Responsibilities include: script coverage, research projects, social media outreach, and administrative support (phones, copies). Interns will have opportunities to participate in creative meetings and will learn about the development process first hand.
The position runs for 10 weeks, 2-3 days worked a week. The position is unpaid, and applicants must be able to receive college credit from an accredited college/university.

Benefits & Perks: 
Hours Required: 
12-15 Hours Per Week