Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Apply for Spring 2015 Internships Now! The Complete Application List

Yep, it's that time again! Application season is upon us.

UPDATED: 10/25/14 

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This page will be updated when more applications are posted. I recommend bookmarking it. 

Most studio applications are due late October to late Decemeber. However, I would reccomend applying now! 

Notes about SPRING SEASON: Spring season is the 2nd most competative season! However, there are less internships in some departments of the major studios as opposed to Summer internships. 


NBCUniversal Campus2Career Internship Program Spring 2015. 

APPLY West Coast (LA)
APPLY East Coast (New York City)
APPLY NBC Sports (Connecticut)
APPLY CNBC (New Jersey)
APPLY Maury, Springer & Wilkos Show (Connecticut)

VIACOM Internship Program Spring 2015: 

-NEW YORK CITY LOCATION : Apply here for the General Application (most departments, except for listed below)

- MIAMI 
            -General Application

-CHICAGO (Ad, Sales, Marketing) LOCATION: Not posted yet. 

-NASHVILLE (CMT): 
          -Spring 2015 (General- Due October 31st)
          -SUMMER 2015 ! (General)

-SANTA MONICA LOCATION:
       Spring 2015 General Application




Disney ABC Internship Program. Spring 2015. 


Disney ABC Internships (Publicity, News, Digital Media, Development, Programming, etc.) in New York, LA, Burbank, and Orlando. Apply here. 

Intrested in Disney Parks Internships in Anhiem, Orlando, and Burbank? Click here.




SONY Internships. Spring 2015. NY/LA/CHICAGO


There are internships in Corporate, IT, Televison Creative, Home Entertainment, Motion Picture, Acquistions, Fiance, Development, PR etc.

Not posted yet.


Discovery Communications (Discovery/ TLC/ Animal Planet) Internships. Spring 2015. NY/LA/CHICAGO/SILVER SPRING

You will find all the internship postings here. 
Expect more to be posted in the coming weeks. 

Spring 2015 Internships in Time Warner Properties (LA/ NY/ ATLANTA). 



*HBO only offers internships in the summer.


CONAN FALL 2014 Internships (due Nov 30th!)- LA

Apply here.  Unpaid. 



FOX/ National Geographic Channel Internships. Spring 2015

Califorina Internship Program Spring 2015, apply here.

New York Internship Program Spring 2015, apply here.

National Geographic Channels, D.C Spring 2015, apply here. 




Lionsgate Internships. Spring 2015 (Santa Monica/ New York) 



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4 comments:

  1. Anonymous10/22/2014

    thank you for this - this is a lifesaver to those of us overwhelmed by how many production/distribution companies to apply to. i wish they had a common application for those of us who are desperate for an internship in anything film/tv related and will work anywhere. thank you again.

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    1. Common application. What an intresting idea. :)

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  2. Anonymous11/05/2014

    would you be able to update this with deadlines? i know Disney/ABC's deadline is November 7th, but can't find a deadline for places like Sony, WB, etc. Also, do you know how late places post internships? It seems weird that some places the deadline has passed already and other places haven't posted their internships yet at all even.

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    1. Deadlines don't seem to matter this year as much. Most HR departments have transitioned to filling positions on a rolling basis. That is why it is posted in December. Plus, you can click on the position (I don't put deadlines up on here since they are often position based not company wide). I do post on the Hollywood Intern Diaries facebook page when big deadlines are coming up. It's not weird, every company is it's own company and does things at their own speed. The HR departments are just swamped or don't want to get things nailed down so soon- espically at smaller places.

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