6 months ago
KFNS, 590 The Fan, is looking for interns eager to work with St. Louis’ premier sports and entertainment lineup. Interns will work with on air talent and producers in gathering and editing audio, editing and posting shows for podcast, screening phone calls and text messages, and assisting in research and show preparation. Interns will not receive monetary compensation, but can receive college credit for their work.
Required graduation year
2020 - 2027
Number of positions available
No previous experience is necessary but interns should have strong basic computer skills and a strong knowledge of sports. Experience with social media is also a plus. Interns may also find it beneficial to own a laptop with Adobe Audition or similar audio editing software to further enhance the internship experience, but it is by no means a requirement.
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KFNS 590 The Fan has not provided an expected interview date. We asked KFNS 590 The Fan what they would do if an applicant does not move forward in the hiring process, and this is what they said: “Most serious candidates will receive a response within 48 hours, but no response within a week should be taken as a rejection.”
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