Public Affairs


Interns Agree to

  • Send a résumé and letter outlining area of interest, and summary of education and experience
  • Non-paid internships
  • Preference is given to currently enrolled college-level students

Typical Duties

  • Work with Executive Producer and Producers/Public Affairs
  • Complete tasks assigned by Producer, such as telephone research, writing, and administrative work
  • Assist Producer with field and studio production and editing
  • Attend preproduction and postproduction sessions
  • Work with engineering, photography, graphics and promotion

Requirements

  • Commit to a consistent schedule (6 to 20 hours a week)
  • Must have basic knowledge of television production and terminology

Semester Goal

  • Intern will learn day-to-day operation of Rocky Mountain PBS's News and Public Affairs Department

Mission

To enrich the lives of Coloradans through engaging and essential programs, services and community partnerships that inform, enlighten and entertain.

Vision

Rocky Mountain PBS will be the premier public media resource for all Coloradans. On-air, online and in person, we will serve our diverse communities as a convener of people, ideas and perspectives.

Public Inspection File:

For additional information or assistance with the public file, please contact:
Patricia Laverty

1089 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204
303-620-5706
patricialaverty@rmpbs.org

For archived Issues and Programming Lists and EEO files, please visit our Archived Public Inspection File section here.

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