Posted On: February 22, 2022
Paid Journalism Internship
Media Organization:New York Post
The New York Post has been telling stories for over 200 years. Every day, we work relentlessly to uncover and tell the stories you can't resist. Founded as a newspaper, the New York Post has evolved into a national digital brand. Our flagship sites, nypost.com and pagesix.com. Decider.com and all of our digital products and social channels are infused with the flavor and style of the original newspaper, but also purpose-built for the digital age.
The New York Post is seeking an intern to join our digital team for the summer. This is an opportunity to join an iconic media brand and work within a dynamic digital newsroom.
This is a paid position: $15/hr.
Assisting in all aspects of digital production from working in our content management system to programming newsletters and writing headlines for the web and social media.
Finding and building wire stories
Assist members of the web team during breaking news situations
Help team monitor readers' engagement with our content using analytics tools
Make us a pitch we can’t refuse: While this is not primarily a writing internship, we never say no to a good story.
Ability to find multimedia content that enhances stories
Ability to multi-task, balance priorities and thrive in a fast-paced newsroom environment
Passion for all things digital and The New York Post!
Highly organized with excellent attention to detail
As an equal opportunity employer, the New York Post does not discriminate in hiring or the terms and conditions of employment because of an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. The New York Post will consider the provision of reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants to enable them to participate in our application process and to effectively perform the essential functions of the job, unless doing so would impose an undue financial or operational hardship.