PR Intern

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Jaime Sloane
 Virtual
Posted: August 30 2016
Company Location: Los Angeles, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Rephlektor Inkorporated is looking to hire one intern to join our team. You'd be helping with writing press releases, finding/updating media contacts, logging press wins and coming up with campaign ideas.

This can be either a virtual internship or LA-based. The internship is unpaid but you can get school credit, and you'd be working 16-20 hours a week.

Please send music-related writing samples, resume and a brief bio to Jaime@Rephlektorink.com.

Responsibilities

Rephlektor Ink is a full-service public relations firm specializing in electronic dance music. Since being founded in 2006 by industry veteran Justin Kleinfeld, Rephlektor Ink has become the premier destination for personalized, concept-driven campaigns that translate client stories to meaningful and memorable content.

Representing upcoming and established acts alike, the boutique firm boasts an eclectic roster of talent from all corners of the dance floor. Rephlektor Ink harnesses a decade’s worth of personal media relationships to garner exposure in both music and lifestyle outlets including New York Times, Rolling Stone, New York Daily News, The Village Voice, Fader, People, VICE, MTV, Los Angeles Times and Entertainment Weekly amongst others.
Working with artists, labels and festivals on tours, releases, announcements and overall PR strategy, Rephlektor Ink consistently delivers unique and forward-thinking coverage with a focus on securing human-interest pieces that set the clients apart from their peers.

Skills

Required - Public Relations, Writing News Releases, Music Events, Music Festivals, Music Industry

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