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INSIDER shows video-editing intern

Editorial | New York, NY | Internship

Job Description

We are hiring a video-editing intern for the shows team at INSIDER, a lifestyle publication that delivers stories to readers across digital platforms.

This internship is at our Flatiron headquarters in New York City. It is a spring/summer internship, and will run for six months. Interns are encouraged to work full-time (40 hours a week) if their schedule allows.

The shows team creates videos and series for INSIDER’s YouTube channel, and interns on the team produce, shoot, and edit video. We tell stories across a wide variety of subjects, including food, travel, beauty, design, pop culture, and style. We’re looking for a self-starter who can hit the ground running and adapt to new ideas and directions. You’ll have the opportunity to help shape a new department and tell exciting original stories.

Candidates should know how to edit on Adobe Premiere and Photoshop. After Effects experience is preferred but not mandatory. Candidates should have some experience shooting video on Canon, Sony, or Panasonic DSLRs. Experience with the Sony FS7, Canon C100 and C300 is desirable, but not mandatory.

Our interns are an integral part of our team. We seek out people who are enthusiastic about collaborating with reporters, fellow producers, social media editors, and other team members.

At INSIDER, our motto is "Life is an adventure." We tell stories for, about, and by people who seize life. That means they love to travel, try new foods, listen to new music, and fight for what’s right — and they admire people who do the same. INSIDER is distributed across social media, including FacebookTwitterInstagram, Snapchat, and YouTube, as well as on the web.

If this sounds like your dream job, apply here with a resume and cover letter telling us why you should be a video intern for INSIDER shows.