Looking for an entry level job or internship in television? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
For most of these roles, experience is much more important than formal trading, and some positions, particularly in camera and production, can be learned on the job. Internships in television are great for learning on the job, and they are vital in the television business for the experience and the networking. And don’t limit yourself to big television stations when job searching; small and lesser-known stations offer many of the same jobs.
|Audio Visual: Become a Satellite TV Technician/Installer|
Dish Network Enola, PA
Orange Coast College Costa Mesa, CA
|Satellite TV Installation (DirecTV) Contractors|
GoC LLC Austin, TX
|Television News Photographer|
Cox Media Group Orlando, FL
|TV&Radio Media Planner|
Haworth Marketing and Media Minneapolis, MN
|Software Development Engineer (TV Application Development and Support)|
Samsung Research America Irvine, CA
|Culinary Assistant Needed For Busy Kitchen of Entrepreneur/TV Chef /Cookbook Author|
Devin Alexander Manhattan Beach, CA
|Sr Manager Interactive Television|
At&t New York, NY
|Cable Television Engineer (Network/Telecom Analyst II)|
Fairfax County Government Fairfax, VA
|Experienced CDL-A OTR Company Driver|
Stagecoach Cartage El Paso, TX
Check out the latest job and internship postings in television.