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Production Internship - ESPN - Fall 2014

Company Name:
Disney
Company Overview:
The Walt Disney Company is a world-class entertainment and technological leader. Walt‚EUR(TM)s passion was to continuously envision new ways to move audiences around the world‚EUR"a passion that remains our touchstone in an enterprise that stretches from theme parks, resorts and a cruise line to sports, news, movies and a variety of other businesses. Uniting each endeavor is a commitment to creating and delivering unforgettable experiences ‚EUR" and we‚EUR(TM)re constantly looking for new ways to enhance these exciting experiences. Bring your individual talents here and discover for yourself why a career with Disney is the opportunity you‚EUR(TM)ve been looking for.
Segment Overview:
ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut, ESPN is 80% owned by ABC, Inc. (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company), and 20% by the Hearst Corporation.
ESPN was founded by Bill Rasmussen and launched on September 7, 1979. Now with over 6,500 employees, each year ESPN televises more than 5,100 live and/or original hours of sports programming. The company‚EUR(TM)s mission is to serve sports fans. Anytime. Anywhere.
Department Overview:
ESPN‚EUR(TM)S Production Department consists of three units: Studio Production, Event Production and International Production. Interns may be placed in either Studio or Event Production. The internship position will be involved in several phases of either department, including technical responsibilities such as operating a teleprompter during live programming and content responsibilities such as editing material for air, producing highlight content for air and preparing element reels for use by Event Production Department producers. The internship position could also be involved in joining specific show or sport staffs.

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