Entertainment and Tech PR Internship

Industry: Public Relations
Program City: Los Angeles

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Company Info

Bender/Helper Impact (B/HI) is one of the leading independent marketing communications and public relations firms focused on entertainment content, products, services and technologies. Since its founding by Dean Bender and Lee Helper in 1986, B/HI has handled communications programs for some of the largest media companies and properties in the world, as well as media strategies for smaller companies with innovative products and technologies. With an unparalleled roster of clients, the agency’s...

Internship Description

B/HI has maintained its unparalleled reputation by having the vast experience to bridge the complex and ever-changing worlds of entertainment and technology. The agency’s specialized groups have been responsible for publicizing some of the most significant entertainment innovations of the last two decades to key consumer, trade and business-to-business audiences. B/HI consists of four key practice areas: Entertainment Content, Entertainment Technology & Consumer Electronics, Interactive Entertainme...

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