Documentary / TV Investigative Journalism
Spend the summer working on a documentary at a production company or an investigative journalism television program. Gain hands-on experience, tackle an important issue, make valuable connections within the industry, and contribute to the production of a film or television program that can make a difference.
Internships are available in Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, DC, and Toronto.
Housing and travel allowance
Technical and career workshops
Unique networking opportunities
Application deadline: March 15, 2004
According to the IHS internship FAQ, last year’s interns worked at:
- Inland Sea Productions in Washington, DC working on the IMAX film We the People
- John Stossel’s unit at ABC News in New York helping produce segments for 20/20
- Levels Audio in Hollywood, CA doing post-production work for a variety of prime time television programs
- Stornoway Productions in Canada conducting research for a documentary series
- Duncan Scott Productions in Santa Monica CA helping with the new theatrical release of the Ayn Rand film classic We the Living
For more information and access to an online application form, visit the IHS internships page.