Internship at Public Radio Show in Washington, DC
February 27, 2007 5:51 PM

Interfaith Voices, an independently syndicated public radio show based in Brentwood, MD (very close to Washington DC and recorded there) is looking for a great digital media intern to fill an immediate opening.

We are: The oldest public radio show on faith and spirituality. Hosted by Maureen Fiedler SL, the show is heard on 45 stations in the US and Canada including KICK-FM in Winnipeg and WAMU-FM in Washington, DC. The producer is John Parman. The show can be heard online at

This internship is not paid, but we do provide a transportation reimbursement and a completion stipend.

We seek: a person who is interested in public radio and more interested in learning the art and function of digital audio editing and studio recording controls. Although we often look for college students, many of our interns have been those seeking a second career in radio. Some knowledge of Adobe Audition helpful, but we will fully train and provide references upon completion.

Your job: work in the studio once each week with hosts at studios in Washington, DC; edit digital audio and mix the show for stations; make and label CDs for distribution to radio stations and donors.

Commitment: Tuesday afternoons 12 p.m.-4:30 p.m.; Thursday 12 p.m.-6 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday can be optional for the right candidate.

Interfaith Voices is a committed EOE. We encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply immediately.

payscale: Stipend
job type: internship
posted by parmanparman to Nonprofit

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