The New York Post is the nation’s oldest newspaper with the youngest, most ambitious video department. We want to make our mark in digital video and create memorable work and new watching habits among our audience. The legacy of the great headlines conveys the attributes of our videos: bold, irreverent, judgmental, confident and clever. We want to make videos that surprise viewers. We seek someone who believes news doesn’t have to be boring to be news and who appreciates serious and quirky stories. Let’s talk!
We are currently seeking an Intern for our video department. You have a keen knowledge and interest in news and pop culture and can help us create savvy, fun and informative digital-native video content. You will be responsible for daily tasks like page publishing assisting, transcriptions, organizing, and versioning videos and more while learning how a high octane video department operates creatively.
Our internships are paid and required to work at least 20 hours per week.
This is an opportunity to join an iconic media brand as it continues to experience exponential digital growth. New York Post and Page Six videos have received more than 600 million views in the last ten months.
- Interest in working in online news environment
- Working knowledge of Macs and Mac Operating Systems
- Familiarity and use of mainstream video channels like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and more.
- Social media savvy
- Simple photo editing skills a plus.
- Must enjoy working collaboratively and accurately; attention to detail a must
- Assisting on field and office production shoots
- Knowledge of Adobe Premiere and basic editing skills encouraged
As an equal opportunity employer, the New York Post does not discriminate in hiring or the terms and conditions of employment because of an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. The New York Post will consider the provision of reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants to enable them to participate in our application process and to effectively perform the essential functions of the job, unless doing so would impose an undue financial or operational hardship.