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idobi Internship Application


It’s that time again – we’re hiring a few new interns to help round out our team going into the new year. This time around, we have positions available in writing, graphic design, photography, and radio production. We’re looking for talented, dedicated team members who are passionate about the music we cover and serious about pursuing a career in the music industry. Previous experience is preferred, but we’ll give you a shot if you’ve got the skills and the right attitude. Think you’ve got what it takes? Apply and find out!

Some of the duties of each position include, but are not limited to:
writing – posting news, writing album/concert reviews, conducting and transcribing interviews, pitching and writing editorial content
graphic design – creating promotional graphics for our shows and related site content
photography – shooting 2-3 shows a month in your area, editing and uploading photos as per site requirements (MUST have professional photography equipment and editing software)
radio production – producing sweepers, imaging, and promotional on-air materials for the station

Please note that these are unpaid positions, but you may be eligible to receive college credit for your work. Internships are online-only and can be completed from anywhere in the world. Only those whose applications have been accepted will be contacted.
Application deadline: December 1, 2013

To apply for a position in graphic design, photography, or radio production:
Email your resume, some samples of your work, and a few sentences on why you’d like to be involved with idobi to [email protected]. Include “idobi Internship Application,” your name, and the position applied for in the subject line.

To apply for a writing position:
Fill out the form below!

    Album Reviews (approximately 200-500 words)Concert ReviewsPosting newsInterviews (MUST have prior interview experience)Editorials and features


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