Every month the Student Press Law Center publishes a list of paid journalism internships. Here are some internships with upcoming deadlines. Student Press Law Center (Washington D.C.)• Journalism Interns - The Student Press Law Center is seeking passionate student journalists with an interest in justice. We’re looking for self-starting, experienced young reporters to chronicle student… Continue reading Apply now to these paid summer 2020 internships
Every month, the Student Press Law Center publishes a list of paid journalism internships. Here are some spring and summer internships with upcoming deadlines. Did we miss any? Email SPLC reporter Joe Severino at email@example.com to add an internship Student Press Law Center (Washington, D.C.) Journalism Internship — Join our small team with an outsized… Continue reading Spring and summer 2020 internship applications are still open for these newsrooms
Every month, the Student Press Law Center makes a list of paid journalism internships. It’s never too early to get a head start on applying for internships for the upcoming semester, and major news outlets are offering some great opportunities this fall. Did we miss any? Send an email to SPLC reporter Ginny Bixby to… Continue reading Paid journalism internships for the fall semester are now open
Every month, the Student Press Law Center makes a list of paid journalism internships. It’s not too late to apply for a great summer internship at premier outlets like American Public Media, The Daily Beast, The Nation and major broadcasters. Did we miss any? Send an email to SPLC reporter Cory Dawson to get internship… Continue reading There are still plenty of summer journalism internships left — but don’t wait to apply
Every month, the Student Press Law Center makes a list of paid journalism internships. Some have upcoming deadlines include outlets in major cities like New York, Boston, Philadelphia and D.C. Other big-name outlets have rolling deadlines. Did we miss any? Send an email to SPLC reporter Cory Dawson to get internship information added. March 4… Continue reading Paid internships for the summer in audio, broadcast and digital open now
College broadcast stations that commit minor paperwork lapses, such as failure to keep a complete licensure file on-site for public inspection, have been socked with fines as high as $9,000 in recent years -- fines that can exceed the annual operating budget for the entire station.
Student expression advocates have their eyes on the Supreme Court this week, with two major First Amendment issues on the agenda.The Court will hear arguments Tuesday in what could be a landmark case in the law of broadcasting.
The U.S. Supreme Court began its October 2011 term this morning, kicking off what could be a major season for the student media.
From Boise to Sioux Falls, student-run college radio stations are going on the auction block, a casualty of tight campus budgets that at times is rationalized by reference to declining listenership and the availability of online-only broadcasting alternatives.If your college radio station gets sold without advance warning -- especially if you are at a state institution that must obey public-records laws -- then it's time to go into document-gathering mode.First, find out whether your state has a law governing colleges and universities that requires competitive bidding before valuable state assets, such as the license and equipment of a radio station, are sold.