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Attention, left-coast folk: EW’s LA bureau is looking for an intern!

EW’s Los Angeles bureau is looking for an editorial intern for the summer term. The internship program is open to rising college seniors, graduate students and recent graduates (within two years of graduation) who can work a 5-day, 35-hour week out of our office, located at 11766 Wilshire Blvd. We’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about entertainment.

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Summer tiiiiime, and the livin’ is… intern-y

Which is to say: Entertainment Weekly magazine and EW.com are both looking for summer edit interns. Find info below — and pay attention, as the requirements to apply for each are slightly different.

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EW.com is looking for an editorial intern!

NOTE: This is an internship listing for EW.com. If you’re interested in interning for our print magazine, see this listing over here.

WHO
The spring program is open only to college or grad school graduates in the New York City area. Our internships are designed for applicants who can work a five-day, 35-hour week. As you might imagine, we’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about entertainment. Though you don’t need a journalism degree, you must have a proven commitment to pursuing a career in journalism—and you must have writing experience, whether through collegiate publications or professional internships. Experience with social media and Internet fluency—GIF-making, an encyclopedic knowledge of memes, etc.—are major pluses as well. (P.S. If you’re reading this on a Tumblr dashboard, you’re already off to a good start.)

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Entertainment Weekly is looking for print interns!

WHO
The spring program is open only to graduates. All of our internships are designed for applicants who can work a five-day, 35-hour week. As you might imagine, we’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about entertainment. Though you don’t need a journalism degree, you must have a proven commitment to pursuing a career in journalism—and you must have writing experience, whether through collegiate publications or professional internships.

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Our LA office needs an intern!

Calling all LA-based college students, grad students, and recent graduates! We’re looking for a new intern for our Los Angeles bureau. Details can be found below; feel free to email internship coordinator Lindsey Bahr or just leave a note in the ask box if you’ve got questions.

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Because you’re right — this should be rebloggable.

Calling all potential interns!

heyitscat:

entertainmentweekly:

It’s that time again — EW is looking for a few good interns to work at the magazine this fall. More info in the want ad below.

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Interning at EW was probably my very favorite professional experience. It’s a great team and really ridiculously amazing experience. Not sure if anyone who follows this is looking for an entertainment media internship, but really, I don’t think there’s a better one than EW.

Don’t take our word for it — take Cat’s!

Calling all potential interns!

It’s that time again — EW is looking for a few good interns to work at the magazine this fall. More info in the want ad below.

The fall program is open to recent graduates who can work a 5-day, 35-hour week. We’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about entertainment.

WHEN
Mid Aug 2013 to Mid Jan 2014 (application deadline: July 15)

HOW MUCH
$10/hour.

WHAT
Contribute blog posts, news briefs, interviews, on-the-scene reports, red carpet reporting, and recaps to EW.com and print. Also: organizing and opening mail, maintaining databases of entertainment events, answering reader mail, researching forthcoming articles.

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Remember when you guys asked what it’s like to intern at EW? Well, sometimes, it means you get to go to the Oscars.

atspesinfracta replied to your post: Attention, all wannabe EW interns!

Aw poo. What would you suggest for rising juniors or sophomores who are looking to enter the entertainment journalism field though?
Sit around and do nothing until you finish junior year!
Just kidding. There’s no shortage of other places to intern — check out MediaBistro or Ed2010 for listings.

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