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Become A Video Production Internship

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Working As A Video Production Internship

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Getting Information
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Controlling Machines and Processes
  • Mostly Sitting

  • $41,440

    Average Salary

What Does A Video Production Internship Do At CBS Corporation

* Assist with editing & shooting video in a variety of styles and formats
* Assist in the conception of new video ideas
* Work with sound design and basic color correction
* Assist in publishing content to our video CMS & social channels
* Help maintain our video programming calendar, working with various in-house producers and content creators
* Logistics:
* Time commitment: full-time, 40 hours per week during our regular office hours (Monday
* Friday, 8:30 am
* pm) but times may vary per team
* This is a paid internship and can also be for university credit if it meets your university's guidelines

What Does A Video Production Internship Do At City and County of Denver

* We are accepting applications for interns and for volunteers:
* Volunteer: Volunteering is an incredibly rewarding way to spend your time while enriching the lives of others.
* We have a wide variety of opportunities that are flexible on your schedule and time.
* We recruit for volunteers based on openings for specific positions and we aim to match your skills and experience with the best fit from our variety of opportunities.
* Internship: The Internship is intended for college students who are exploring career fields and/or whose degree requires an internship.
* These follow the academic calendar with Fall (early August - early January), Spring (early January – late May) and Summer (early June – early August) semesters.
* Interns can choose to stay longer with supervisor and VIPS approval

What Does A Video Production Internship Do At Gulfstream

* The qualified candidate should be well experienced in video/film production; additional experience in motion Graphics is a plus.
* This includes the use of software to include the entire Adobe Production suite, specifically Premiere, Encoder and Bridge.
* The candidate should be highly organized and be able to perform functions quickly and efficiently.
* Video production knowledge and experience is important as some functions may include supporting on-site video shoots.
* Additionally, file management and video compression/formats(QuickTime) is very important as this candidate will perform file organization and asset management duties.
* Replicating Blue Ray/USBs as well as backing up files will be performed.
* Experience with Pegasus Raids is a plus and Mac OS platform experience is a must as all duties will be done on a Mac computer

What Does A Video Production Internship Do At Cedars-Sinai

* Working under the direction of the Lead Video Specialist (Creative Lead), the intern will:
* Assist video specialists with the transportation and setup of video production equipment,
* Assist in migrating, organizing and archiving video assets as they are removed from YouTube and archived within the new video hosting and archiving platform, Brightcove.
* Assist in titling, tagging and metadata entry on video assets within Brightcove.
* Assist Creative Lead in setting up downloadable b-roll reel archive.
* Assist in migrating existing footage and projects onto video storage drive

What Does A Video Production Internship Do At Vmware

* You will be working with internal groups and clients, you will help build, support, execute, promote and measure the success of a variety of video projects.
* You will work on all aspects of video production for internal and external programs, events, digital marketing, demand generation campaigns, and more

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How To Become A Video Production Internship

Broadcast and sound engineering technicians typically need postsecondary education. Depending on the work they do, it could either be a postsecondary nondegree award or an associate’s degree.  


Audio and video equipment technicians, as well as sound engineering technicians, typically need a postsecondary nondegree award or certificate, whereas broadcast technicians typically need an associate’s degree. However, in some cases workers in any of these occupations may need only a high school diploma to be eligible for entry-level positions.

Postsecondary nondegree programs for audio and video equipment technicians and sound engineering technicians may take several months to a year to complete. The programs include hands-on experience with the equipment used in many entry-level positions.

Broadcast technicians typically need an associate’s degree. In addition to courses in math and science, coursework for prospective broadcast technicians should emphasize practical skills such as video editing and production management.

Prospective broadcast and sound engineering technicians should complete high school courses in math, physics, and electronics. They must have excellent computer skills to be successful.


Because technology is constantly improving, technicians often enroll in continuing education courses and they receive on-the-job training to become skilled in new equipment and hardware. On-the-job training includes topics such as setting up cables or automation systems, testing electrical equipment, learning the codes and standards of the industry, and following safety procedures.

Training for new hires can be accomplished in a variety of ways, depending on the types of products and services the employer provides. Although some apprenticeship programs do exist, more frequently a new technician will accompany a more experienced technician to get the training and skills necessary for advancement.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Although not required by most employers, earning voluntary certification will offer advantages in getting a job as a broadcast or sound engineering technician. Certification tells employers that the technician meets certain industry standards and has kept up to date with new technologies.

For example, the Society of Broadcast Engineers offers eight broadcast engineering certifications, two operator certifications, and two broadcast networking certifications. All of them require passing an exam. Similarly, InfoComm International offers an audiovisual Certified Technology Specialist credential.

Other Experience

Practical experience working in a high school or college audiovisual department also can help prepare someone to be an audio and video equipment technician.


Although many broadcast and sound engineering technicians work first in small markets or at small stations in big markets, after they gain the necessary experience and skills they often transfer to larger, better paying radio or television stations. Few large stations hire someone without previous experience, and they value more specialized skills.

Experienced workers with strong technical skills can become supervisory technicians or chief engineers. To become chief engineer at large television stations, technicians typically need a bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Technicians need to communicate with supervisors and coworkers to ensure that clients’ needs are met and that equipment is set up properly before broadcasts, live performances, and presentations.

Computer skills. Technicians use computer systems to program equipment and edit audio and video recordings.

Manual dexterity. Some technicians set up audio and visual equipment and cables, a job that requires a steady hand and good hand-eye coordination. Others adjust small knobs, dials, and sliders during radio and television broadcasts and live performances.

Problem-solving skills. Technicians need to recognize equipment problems and propose possible solutions to them. Employers typically desire applicants with a variety of skills, such as setting up equipment, maintaining the equipment, and troubleshooting and solving any problems that arise.

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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

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  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • French

  • German

  • Mandarin

  • Portuguese

  • Chinese

  • Hebrew

  • Korean

  • Russian

  • Italian

  • Japanese

  • Arabic

  • Dutch

  • Persian

  • Urdu

  • Vietnamese

  • Romanian

  • Hindi

  • Thai

  • Cantonese

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Top Video Production Internship Skills

  1. Training Videos
  2. Audio Equipment
  3. Final Cut X
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Used Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro to edit corporate training videos and performed other essential tasks as required.
  • Assemble equipment such as RED ONE camera, lighting and audio equipment.
  • Summer 2015 Work as a video production intern writing, shooting, and editing various videos for use by the University
  • Film and edit videos on Final Cut Pro 7.
  • Created promotional videos, using Avid Media Composer Recorded voiceovers and interviews to assist with production needs

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