Broadcast Journalism Internships
IHS will not be offering Journalism Internships in 2014. For a list of other organizations offering journalism opportunities, please check back or visit LibertyGuide.com
Through the IHS Journalism Internship Program, you can work at a broadcast news organization or on a television or radio program of a major media outlet. Internships can involve researching stories, scheduling guest appearances, going out on shoots, and conducting phone interviews. You can use your knowledge of current events, history, and politics to help create programs, and learn how an idea makes it to prime-time.
"My internship at Stossel has sadly come to a conclusion. I wanted to thank IHS for this wonderful opportunity. Now that I have a taste for broadcast journalism, there is absolutely no chance that I'll ever be happy doing anything else."
- WTOP in Washington, DC
- ABC 20/20 in Manhattan
- Fox News in Los Angeles and New York
- Hedrick Smith Productions in Washington, DC
- MSNBC in New York City
Arielle Mellen interned at Stossel
Arielle contributed to the documentaries, weekly shows, and the final show - Live after the GOP Presidential Debate. She worked with each of the producers and "literally learned something new every day." She pitched stories, conducted research, wrote blog posts, created clipreels, and served as John's assistant for a week.
A Comprehensive Program
Stipend & travel allowance • Mentoring and job placement assistance
Please note: Most TV networks have their own separate application process to which you must apply independent of the IHS Journalism Internship Program.