PAID JOURNALISM INTERNSHIPS. CNSNews.com is currently accepting applications for its journalism internship program. Interns are taught how to write topical, lucid, fact-filled news stories on deadline and see their bylined articles published on CNSNews.com's multimedia Web site.
CNSNews.com interns cover politics and public policy in a direct, hands-on way, asking tough questions of lawmakers and leaders on Capitol Hill and doing in-depth research on issues.
CNSNews.com interns learn how to become objective journalists, covering issues, events, and newsmakers in a fair and balanced manner but pulling no punches when it comes to reporting the facts to the public.
PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIPS. CNSNews.com public relations interns learn and help to increase media coverage and audience of a unique, dynamic online news product. PR interns will get one-on-one training and learn the ins and outs of developing targeted media lists, effectively pitching stories, and documenting successes. For an internship application, e-mail Claire Chretien at cchretien
General Job Information
CNSNews.com is headquartered in Reston, Va., and has seen its audience grow to more than 130,000 readers each weekday since its founding in 1998. We are anxious to discuss our latest opening with team-oriented, hard working, self-challenging journalists who have the boldness to pursue investigative news.
CNSNews.com is a division of the Media Research Center and offers a competitive compensation and benefit package. The Media Research Center is an equal opportunity employer.
Resumes and writing samples should be directed to CNSNews.com Senior Editor Barbara Hollingsworth at: CNSNews.com, 1900 Campus Commons Drive, Suite 600, Reston, VA 20191