Breakfast Television Montreal Internship

Company: Breakfast Television
Category: Unpaid Internship
Job: Breakfast Television Montreal Intern
Remuneration: Unpaid
Location: Montreal
Deadline to apply: August 1, 2018
Duration: September to December 2018 / minimum 120 hours

Description: 

City Montreal is seeking a 2 nd or 3 rd year Journalism students to serve as the Breakfast Television Montreal Intern for Fall 2018. The successful candidate will be a dynamic person with strong writing skills, basic knowledge of television production procedures and equipment, social media skills as well as a genuine interest in all things Montreal.
As our Breakfast Television Intern, you will join the team who prepares and delivers Montreal’s most entertaining and informative morning show. You’ll work alongside our talented professionals, for a hands-on experience that will enhance your studies.

Main Responsibilities

  • Write scripts and research segments ideas for the show;
  •  Assist with the research and production of topical ‘streeters’ to support current affairs segments;
  • Prepare promotional materials and as directed by the Supervising Producer, post to social media;
  • Participate in the promotional events organised by and in support of Breakfast Television;
  • Help coordinate contesting and giveaways for viewers;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  •  Be enrolled in the 2 nd year (or beyond) of an undergraduate or graduate program in broadcasting, journalism, communications or other related fields;
  • Be seeking a placement under a formal, credited internship program;
  • Be available during the day, including early morning hours and when the show is live to air (6 am to 9 am);
  • Excellent command of written English and the ability to speak both official languages;
  • Highly motived with proven multi-tasking and time management skills. Able to work in a fast-paced environment;
  • Experience posting to various social media platforms;
  • Basic knowledge of video editing and TV production experience will be considered assets


To Apply:

Before August 1st, send a letter of interest along with your curriculum vitae including two references to “Melanie.porco@city.rogers.com” indicating “BT Montreal Internship” in the Subject field.

For more information:
www.btmontreal.ca

 

 

Video journalist, Citynews (Part time)

Company: Citynews – Rogers
Category: Fulltime
Job: Video Journalist
Remuneration: TBD
Location: Montreal
Deadline to apply: N/A
Duration: Not Applicable (Regular Position)

Description: 

Citynews is looking for a next-level journalist capable of using traditional and non-traditional mediums to provide industry-leading local news coverage. Reporting to the Regional Supervising Producer, News, the Video Journalist will demonstrate exceptional reporting skills while producing compelling stories that will make people talk, for web, television and other media platforms.

We are launching the expansion of our Citytv news programming across the country, to deliver compelling locally relevant content to Canadians.  As an experienced News professional, you know what content our viewers want and how to deliver compelling stories.  As a proven innovator, you know how to emphasise creativity over tradition.

  • Gathers and verifies factual information regarding stories through interview, observation, and research
  • Shoots and edits video material for news coverage
  • Organizes material and writes engaging, relevant and concise news stories under tight deadlines according to prescribed editorial style and format standards
  • Presents scripted and unscripted coverage live on-air and on other media platforms from remote locations and/or in-studio environment
  • Generates compelling story ideas and knowledgeable contacts and responds to breaking news situations quickly and accurately
  • Generates compelling multi-media content for Citynews.ca
  • Be fluent in social media trends with a personal Twitter account and the knowledge to use it to generate stories and ideas

Requirements:

  • Minimum of 2 years proven experience generating powerful, credible original content
  • Proven experience operating a video camera and editing to deadlines is an asset.
  • Relevant degree / diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution
  • A person who relentlessly pursues a story beyond the headline
  • A person who’s not afraid to push for answers
  • A person who truly understands multi-platform coverage and doesn’t feel bound by the confines of a typical Television reporter package
  • A person who won’t let a dead end stop them from producing a compelling story
  • Excellent knowledge of the cultural and political landscape of Montreal
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Proven ability to work well in a team environment
  • Must be able to multi-task and deliver under tight deadlines
  • Ability to be flexible in a changing work environment
  • WEEKEND SHIFTS


To Apply:
Visit: https://tinyurl.com/y9lba7kl

For more information:
https://tinyurl.com/ycuprjhy

Miscellaneous:

We recognize the business value in creating a workplace where each team member has the tools to reach their full potential. At Rogers, we value the insights and innovation that diverse teams bring to work. We work with our candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process to ensure that they have what they need to be at their best. Please reach out to our recruiters and hiring managers to begin a conversation about how we can ensure that you deliver your best work. You can also reach out to our team at RogersRecruiting@rci.rogers.com to begin a conversation about your individual accessibility needs throughout the hiring process.

At Rogers we,’re for supporting you on a journey to a rewarding career. Whether you’re a developer, an analyst, or a customer care consultant, Rogers is the place where ideas become reality. We embrace change, ad find ways to do better. And we deliver on that commitment by fostering an environment of passion and innovation for all people.

As a proud Canadian company, we’re dedicated to making things easier for our customers. We’ve been embracing and leading change for over 50-years, and we’ll continue to seek out new opportunities to bring our customers simple solutions for today and tomorrow.
We recognize that success is determined by the strength and diversity of our people. We work together because we want to win together, and these five shared values guide and define our work:
  1. Simplify and innovate
  2. Take ownership of the what and the how
  3. Equip people to succeed
  4. Execute with discipline and pride
  5. Talk straight, build trust, and over deliver

 

 

 

 

Video journalist, Citynews (Full time)

Company: Citynews – Rogers
Category: Fulltime
Job: Video Journalist
Remuneration: TBD
Location: Montreal
Deadline to apply: N/A
Duration: Not Applicable (Regular Position)

Description: 

Citynews is looking for a next-level journalist capable of using traditional and non-traditional mediums to provide industry-leading local news coverage. Reporting to the Regional Supervising Producer, News, the Video Journalist will demonstrate exceptional reporting skills while producing compelling stories that will make people talk, for web, television and other media platforms.

We are launching the expansion of our Citytv news programming across the country, to deliver compelling locally relevant content to Canadians.  As an experienced News professional, you know what content our viewers want and how to deliver compelling stories.  As a proven innovator, you know how to emphasise creativity over tradition.

  • Gathers and verifies factual information regarding stories through interview, observation, and research
  • Shoots and edits video material for news coverage
  • Organizes material and writes engaging, relevant and concise news stories under tight deadlines according to prescribed editorial style and format standards
  • Presents scripted and unscripted coverage live on-air and on other media platforms from remote locations and/or in-studio environment
  • Generates compelling story ideas and knowledgeable contacts and responds to breaking news situations quickly and accurately
  • Generates compelling multi-media content for Citynews.ca
  • Be fluent in social media trends with a personal Twitter account and the knowledge to use it to generate stories and ideas

Requirements:

  • Minimum of 2 years proven experience generating powerful, credible original content
  • Proven experience operating a video camera and editing to deadlines is an asset.
  • Relevant degree / diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution
  • A person who relentlessly pursues a story beyond the headline
  • A person who’s not afraid to push for answers
  • A person who truly understands multi-platform coverage and doesn’t feel bound by the confines of a typical Television reporter package
  • A person who won’t let a dead end stop them from producing a compelling story
  • Excellent knowledge of the cultural and political landscape of Montreal
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Proven ability to work well in a team environment
  • Must be able to multi-task and deliver under tight deadlines
  • Ability to be flexible in a changing work environment
  • MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS


To Apply:
Visit: https://tinyurl.com/ycuprjhy

For more information:
https://tinyurl.com/ycuprjhy

Miscellaneous:

We recognize the business value in creating a workplace where each team member has the tools to reach their full potential. At Rogers, we value the insights and innovation that diverse teams bring to work. We work with our candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process to ensure that they have what they need to be at their best. Please reach out to our recruiters and hiring managers to begin a conversation about how we can ensure that you deliver your best work. You can also reach out to our team at RogersRecruiting@rci.rogers.com to begin a conversation about your individual accessibility needs throughout the hiring process.

At Rogers we,’re for supporting you on a journey to a rewarding career. Whether you’re a developer, an analyst, or a customer care consultant, Rogers is the place where ideas become reality. We embrace change, ad find ways to do better. And we deliver on that commitment by fostering an environment of passion and innovation for all people.

As a proud Canadian company, we’re dedicated to making things easier for our customers. We’ve been embracing and leading change for over 50-years, and we’ll continue to seek out new opportunities to bring our customers simple solutions for today and tomorrow.
We recognize that success is determined by the strength and diversity of our people. We work together because we want to win together, and these five shared values guide and define our work:
  1. Simplify and innovate
  2. Take ownership of the what and the how
  3. Equip people to succeed
  4. Execute with discipline and pride
  5. Talk straight, build trust, and over deliver

 

 

 

 

Writer – The Ripple Effect (Talk Show) – INTERNSHIP

Company: The Vocalist Magazine: “The Ripple Effect”
Category: INTERNSHIP
Job: Writer
Remuneration: TBD
Location: Head Office – The Vocalist Magazine (Montreal)
Deadline to apply: June 3rd, 2018
Duration: 12 weeks

Description: 

In partnership with The Vocalist Magazine, “The Ripple Effect” is a new talk show which aims to provide insight into the music industry for aspiring artists and music industry professionals. Five episodes will be filmed each week, released Monday through Friday, one per day. Each episode will feature a new guest. The writer intern will write the script for the talk show, compose questions for the guests, write intros and outros, and work with the researcher to ensure material is relevant and appropriate for the talk show. This is an excellent chance to be apart of an exciting initial concept and to be able to define and grow it.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the researcher on the overall material of the talk show
  • Come up with different topics and themes for each episode
  • Compose questions for the guests, based on information given to you by the researcher
  • Work with the producer, host and the rest of the team to ensure alignment with objectives and vision

Requirements:

  • Currently working on or finishing post-secondary diploma/degree in communications, writing, journalism, media, music business or related area of study;
  • Proven experience and examples of writing, compositions, blog posts, etc.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks in a time-sensitive environment, meet deadlines, and ensure high-quality results are delivered with a strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to quickly digest, reframe, and condense material
  • Ability to write clear, fact-based, and “to-the-point” script, appropriate for an educational program
  • Ability to work effectively with others towards a common objective
  • MUST HAVE both knowledge of music and a passion for music, plus a desire to work in the music/entertainment industry
  • MUST BE fluent in English
  • Experience in journalism and/or working with the media sector is preferred but not mandatory;
  • Any experience in the music industry is preferred but not mandatory
  • Available to work 2 full days per week

To Apply:

Please send a cover letter and resume to duncan.tvmtv@gmail.com by Sunday, May 27, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. EST. The application should highlight journalism projects, studies, expertise and, if applicable, experience working in and/or with publications or television organizations. You will be contacted for an interview if applicable.

Any questions call: (514) 572-3826

Websites:

www.vocalistmag.com
www.tvm-tv.com

Miscellaneous:

Video Editor – The Ripple Effect – INTERNSHIP

Company: The Vocalist Magazine: “The Ripple Effect”
Category: INTERNSHIP
Job: Video Editor
Remuneration: TBD
Location: Head Office – The Vocalist Magazine (Montreal)
Deadline to apply: June 3rd, 2018
Duration: 12 weeks

Description: 

In partnership with The Vocalist Magazine, “The Ripple Effect” is a new talk show which aims to provide insight into the music industry for aspiring artists and music industry professionals. Five episodes will be filmed each week, released Monday through Friday, one per day. Each episode will feature a new guest. The video editor intern will edit the video for the talk show. This is an excellent chance to be apart of an exciting initial concept and to be able to define and grow it.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the producer and host on the overall visual direction
  • Cut and edit video effectively, efficiently, and suitable for mainstream television
  • Have a sense of “flow” in a conversation, be able to cut awkward moments, be comfortable with doing transitions within a talk show environment
  • Edit and use footage from multiple cameras, and create a cohesive, flowing, and “easy-to-watch” product
  • Able to cut marketing material, ads, trailers, social media formats, etc.

Requirements:

  • Currently working on or finishing post-secondary diploma/degree in communications, writing, journalism, media, music business or related area of study;
  • MUST HAVE experience and examples of cutting video for interviews, documentaries, talk show or other television formats.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks in a time-sensitive environment, meet deadlines, and ensure high-quality results are delivered with a strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to edit video with a high degree of quality, to be released for mainstream viewership
  • Ability to work effectively with others towards a common objective
  • Experience in journalism video editing and/or working with the media or entertainment sector is preferred but not mandatory;
  • Available to work 2 full days per week (16 hours/week)

To Apply:

Please send a cover letter and resume to duncan.tvmtv@gmail.com by Sunday, May 27, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. EST. The application should highlight TV/Web projects, studies, expertise and, if applicable, experience working in and/or with television organizations. You will be contacted for an interview if applicable.

Any questions call: (514) 572-3826

Websites:

www.vocalistmag.com
www.tvm-tv.com

Miscellaneous:

The Ripple Effect (Talk Show) -Internship

Company: The Vocalist Magazine: “The Ripple Effect”
Category: INTERNSHIP
Job: Researcher/Coordinator
Remuneration: TBD
Location: Head Office – The Vocalist Magazine (Montreal)
Deadline to apply: June 3rd, 2018
Duration: 12 weeks

Description: 

In partnership with The Vocalist Magazine, “The Ripple Effect” is a new talk show which aims to provide insight into the music industry for aspiring artists and music industry professionals. 5 episodes will be filmed each week, with one being released Monday through Friday. The researcher/coordinator intern will help find new guests, conduct research, as well as help organize and coordinate with the rest of the talk show team and guests. This is an excellent chance to be apart of an exciting initial concept and to be able to define and grow it.

Responsibilities:

  • Find appropriate guests for the talk show
  • Research upcoming guests
  • Brief the host with relevant information on the guest
  • Work with the writer in composing questions for the guests
  • Help coordinate and liaison between guests and talk show team

Requirements:

  • Currently working on or finishing post-secondary diploma/degree in communications, marketing, journalism, media, music business or related area of study;
  • Experience in journalism and/or working with the media sector is preferred but not mandatory;
  • Ability to prioritize tasks in a time-sensitive environment, meet deadlines, and ensure high-quality results are delivered with a strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to conduct effective, relevant, and detailed research, highlighting key points and clearly communicating that information to others on the team, including the producer and host
  • A passion for music and a desire to work in the music industry or media/entertainment
  • Available to work 2 full days per week


To Apply:

Send a cover letter and resume to duncan.tvmtv@gmail.com by Sunday, May 27, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. EST. The application should highlight journalism projects, studies, expertise and, if applicable, experience working in and/or with publications or television organizations. You will be contacted for an interview if applicable.

For more information:
 www.vocalistmag.com www.tvm-tv.com

Miscellaneous:

The researcher/coordinator position is 1 of 3 internship positions on the team, which will help support the producer, host, and guests.

Program Manager at JHR- Indigenous Reporters Program

Company: Journalists for Human Rights’ Indigenous Reporters Program
Category: Managing
Job: Program Manager – 40 h per Week
Remuneration: TBD
Location:  JHR head office is located in Toronto, Ontario. Working remotely will be considered based on relevance to the program.
 
Deadline to apply: May 4, 2018
Duration: N/A

Description: 

The Program Manager will oversee all aspects of Journalists for Human Rights’ Indigenous Reporters Program (IRP). The IRP is aimed at increasing the quality and quantity of Indigenous stories and voices in Canadian media. It does this by offering a series of scholarships, internships, professional development workshops for journalists and skills development training in First Nations communities.
The ideal candidate will excel at managing and develop complex programs and strengthening project partnerships. Balancing budgets with aplomb will come as second nature and they will thrive while writing progress reports to funders. They will also have experience working in and/or with Indigenous communities and groups in Canada and be familiar with the current Indigenous political landscape. While not required, they would also have some experience in journalism and facilitating workshops.

Requirements:

  • Relevant post-secondary diploma/degree in program management, Indigenous studies, international development or related area of study;
  • Proven track record working with donors, partners and stakeholders in program development and implementation;
  • Experience working in Indigenous communities or with Indigenous organizations;
  • Experience working in fast-paced, diverse and dynamic teams in which many team members are in remote locations;
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks in a time-sensitive environment, meet deadlines, and ensure high-quality targets are delivered with a strong attention to detail;
  • Demonstrated experience writing communications material;
  • Experience in an NGO, not-for-profit environment (2-3 years);
  • Experience in journalism and/or working with the media sector is preferred but not mandatory;
  • Experience in facilitating and developing workshops;
  • Proven commitment to JHR’s core values and mission statement;
  • Ability and willingness to travel within Canada;
  • First Nations, Metis and Inuit applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.


To Apply:

Please send a cover letter (including salary expectations) and resume to irpmanager@jhr.ca by Friday, May 4, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. EST. The application should highlight project management expertise and, if applicable, experience working in and/or with Indigenous communities or organizations.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis, so applicants are encouraged to submit applicants before the deadline.

For more information:
Visit www.jhr.ca/

Miscellaneous:

 

Reader’s Digest Editorial Internship – Summer 2018

Company: Reader’s Digest
Category: Paid Internship
Job: Reader’s Digest Editorial Internship
Remuneration: $5,500
Location: Montreal
Deadline to apply: April 20, 2018, at 5 pm
Duration: 12 weeks

Description:
The Reader’s Digest editorial intern must be a skilled writer and editor with knowledge of
SEO. Reporting to the associate editor, the editorial intern will craft some magazine
content (letters, jokes), work with editors to learn fact-checking skills, adapt magazine
content for the website, pitch and write short articles and source suitable art to accompany
editorial (photos, illustrations).

Requirements:

• Candidates must be enrolled in the Department of Journalism at Concordia University, and a current student during the summer of 2018.
**Note: Students finishing their last 15 credits this term (Jan – Apr 2018) and graduating are not eligible to apply.

• Demonstrated expertise in writing and developing quality print and digital content
• Familiar working with a CMS (Content Management System)
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Ability to work under tight deadlines
• Knowledge of Photoshop and InDesign
• Knowledge of SEO
• Capacity for strategic thinking and content planning
• Knowledge of Canadian Press Style
• HTML skills an asset

 

To Apply:

Please send the following to Dr David Secko at david.secko@concordia.ca

  • One page cover letter outlining your interest in the internship;
  • A two-page resume that highlights your journalism experience and key
    publications and/or editorial experience.

For more information:
 Visit rc.ca

Miscellaneous:

Shortlisted candidates may be invited to an interview and/or asked to complete an editorial test.

 

YAJA 2018

Company: Young Art Journalism News Feed + Awards
Category: Publishing – Freelancing
Job: Content Provider
Remuneration: TBD
Location: Online
Deadline to apply: N/A
Duration: N/A

Description:
Yaja offers:

  • Exciting media opportunities
  • Industry mentoring
  • Work experience
  • Profile on YAJA TEAM page for regular contributors
  • Reach of an established global audience
  • Exciting opportunity to meet interesting and influential people
  • Networking opportunities
  • Industry and Awards recognition
  • Opportunities for freelance work

 

Requirements:

Apply at https://www.artnewsportal.com/yaja/enter 


To Apply:
Visit: https://www.artnewsportal.com/yaja/enter

For more information:
Visit https://www.artnewsportal.com/YAJA/about 

Miscellaneous:

YAJA is a new innovative news feed giving journalism, media and art students a global platform to publish their articles. YAJA – ’embracing mobile and online journalism’ YAJA provides media opportunities, industry mentoring, work experience, networking opportunities, a large audience reach, as well as awards recognition.
YAJA is free for students to join, independent and 100% self-funded.

CTV News – Unpaid – internship in Montreal

Company: CTV News
Category: Internship
Job: News team
Remuneration: Unpaid
Location: Montreal
Deadline to apply:
Duration: N/A

Description: 

“CTV News is looking for passionate and driven journalists for internships in its Montreal newsroom. The unpaid internships will give aspiring journalists practical insight and experience in a multi-platform daily news environment. You’ll get acquainted with all aspects of a modern newsroom, and put your research and chase skills to the test, mentored by the city’s top-rated news team. Interning is a unique opportunity to see how well you’ll adapt to the demands of a career in journalism, a chance to hone your skills, and just as importantly a means to make yourself known to news managers and journalists in order to get a head start on the job search you’ll undertake when you graduate.”

Requirements:

  • CV
  • Demo
  • Writing Sample


To Apply:
Email a CV, demo and writing samples to CTV Montreal News Director jed.kahane@bellmedia.ca

For more information:
 jed.kahane@bellmedia.ca

Miscellaneous:

For more information about CTV News Montreal visit https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/
CTV is part of the Bell Media