Call for Applications: Online internships with De Hoeksteen

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Now accepting applications for Autumn 2012

De Hoeksteen Live Communications has 7 spots for its fall online internships and it is seeking interns with flawless written english and whose interests coalesce around one or more of these areas:

Cultural Studies

Journalism 

History 

Sociology

Political Science

Library Science

Archivism 

Information Technology

About the Internships

This 3 month internship program is completely online through digital platforms dealing with live multicasting: cable television, streaming, virtual universes, augmented reality,  mobile media and social media.

Interns are expected to work with live and pre-recorded transmission, online archiving, asset management and platform development. Social Media (twitter, facebook, linkedin, wordpress, google +) plays a crucial role on De Hoeksteen’s overall activities and it is part of the internship’s tasks.

About De Hoeksteen

De Hoeksteen was born as a pre-recorded tv program for Salto Amsterdam cable television on 1990. In 1991, the program became a live-12-hour-long cable casting that offered Salto’s public access division a fresh and new concept of real time interactive television covering current affairs, politics, finances, culture and communications. Today, it is a 3 hour long program transmitted the last friday of every month by Amsterdam’s cable network, livestream and Qik mobile. Also, participates and/or covers different industry fairs, cultural festivals and other international events on remote and in some cases, with correspondants and comentarist present at those events.

Applying to the Program

Submit your CV to hksteen@dds.nl adressed to Maria Hernandez until June 1st 2012.

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