The Future Is In Your Hands

Sometimes landing a great job in the television industry can seem impossible. You need experience to get the job, but you need a job to get experience. How can you win? The answer is an internship at HOMTV. We provide the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience in a comfortable, nurturing environment. We teach all aspects of basic television production, so you don’t have to have any experience to start.

There are three tracks to choose from:

REPORTING:                                                                                                                                        The Reporting track is for those wishing to explore an “on-camera” career in television. Reporting interns will produce weekly news stories, deliver reports and conduct live interviews.

PRODUCING:                                                                                                                                           The Producing track is for those who are looking for more of a “behind-the-camera” experience. Interns in this track will shoot and edit elements for various programs and direct live television productions.

The Promotion track focuses on promoting events in the community, programs on HOM-TV and the station itself. Interns will generate ideas for promotional campaigns, produce short promotional spots and public service announcements, and assist with public relations.

In addition, interns in all tracks will learn professional techniques for operating cameras, editing equipment, lighting and audio mixing. For decades, HOMTV has been equipping interns with tools for success. Dozens go through our internship program every year and hundreds have found successful jobs in the television industry as a result. You could be next!

Submit Your Application Online

Applications to the internship program are accepted year round. You may apply at any time; however, the deadlines to be considered for each semester are as follows:

     Spring Semester: November 1
     Summer Semester: March 1
     Fall Semester: July 1

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