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Industry: Television
Program City: New York


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Company Info

Good New Broadcast is a content producer and has created a web/traditional and new media broadcast of archived and live streaming content for the past 11 years. We have extensive content of rich media, which includes over 1,000 corporations and non profits. We already have a mature A LIST and sales team will pursue building content channels with clients for our site, their site and RSS Feeds. We also have a 501 C 3 non profit that can accept donations. Sales experience, Advertising, TV/Radio, new media a pl...

Internship Description

Needs: we are currently looking for one or more Great Editors who work fast and efficiently and have their own Editing Equipment. Computer Graphics/Green Screen/Web IT Techs and Artists, Production Assistants, film crew, Sales Associates and a social networking butterfly to maintain our twitter, myspace, facebook etc. professionals and students interning for credit are welcome. We are also interested in taking on a few highly motivated and passionate self starters to write grants, solicit donations and fu...

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