Sports Webshow Co-host/Intern

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Outboxed Sports
28 East 35th Street
New York, NY
Posted: January 25 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Outboxed Sports, a new YouTube show, is looking for co-hosts and interns to assist in the show's production.
The show will center on debating sports topics, discussing sports news, and feature fun sports-centered segments.
Candidates must be able to be in Midtown Manhattan every other Saturday (2x a month) starting at the end of February to film episodes.

This is a great opportunity for current college students to get content for their broadcast reel or get more comfortable on camera. This position is unpaid, but if wanted, you can be provided with a fully edited reel of your work on the show at anytime.

No experience necessary -- the only requirements are that you're comfortable on camera and know all things sports.

Research would also be necessary as hosts are responsible to come up with their own talking points.
If you would rather not appear on camera, production and graphics positions are also available. Please specify your interest when applying.

Responsibilities

- Research sports news/topics and talking points
- Help brainstorm new show segments or ways to improve current ones
- Co-host show

Requirements

- In-depth knowledge of sports
- Live in or able to commute to Midtown Manhattan twice a month starting at the end of February
- Able to commit to a long-term position as you will become a show host
- Comfortable and likable on camera

Skills

Required - Broadcast Journalism, Sports Enthusiast
Preferred - Production, Graphics

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