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  • Campus Correspondents
 and the Network are seeking talented writers, photographers and producers to cover women’s college sports across the country. As a Janet TV Campus Correspondent, you serve as a voice for the women’s athletic programs at your university. Your work could be featured on our website and across our social channels. You will work closely with our team of experienced writers, producers and editors to gain experience within the sports media world. We aim to feature stories about female athletes, coaches & staff from every sport and college division, whether it’s an interview with a new coach or a great highlight. This is an opportunity for you to develop a portfolio of work while celebrating female athletes, their sports and their fans. [Note: Campus Correspondents can be athletic department communications staff/representatives.]
’s mission is to advance interest and appreciation for female athletes and their sports through aggregating and publicizing stories about teams, players, fans, and coaches. We serve to empower women’s athletic departments. We work with sports information teams, and media teams, to develop stories and bring attention to women’s programs, teams, and individual achievements. Our online platform is capable of capturing and promoting every newsworthy story in collegiate women’s athletics across the country and around the world.
    E-mail a copy of your resume, a sample of your work, the college you will cover, and a brief description of your qualifications for the role by going here>>> 
    Writers writers are passionate about their team/conference/ division/sport, and that passion is reflected in their writing. They are active in their outreach to players, coaches, and athletic departments, finding the stories no one else can.
    Requirements: Writers will need to submit two publish-ready pieces (with photos) a week. Content should remain relevant to the reader for at least 7 days after submission and include interviews whenever necessary. Evergreen articles are always welcome.
    Photographers photographers capture stories with attention-grabbing visuals. They actively pursue shots with excellent composition and strive to be in the right place at the right time.
    Requirements: Photographers will submit 15 high-resolution images of a sporting event and game day activities. Each photo should document the players in the frame and have a brief description of the action taking place.
    Video Producers & Reporters video producers & reporters capture the dynamic elements of the games and events they cover. We want your content whether you prefer to work in front of the camera or behind it.
    Requirements: Video producers will be responsible for submitting at least 2 minutes worth of video each week. The 2 minutes can be spread across multiple clips, with the minimum clip length being 30 seconds.  All pieces should be submitted in a publishable format, and feature a standup / intro and a combination of sound on tape, voiceovers and interviews.
    E-mail a copy of your resume, a sample of your work, the college you will cover, and a brief description of your qualifications for the role to
    Ready to start producing for your college teams? Here are a few topics our audience finds of interest:
    · Notable Alumni / “Throwback” posts
    · A day in the life of an athlete, coach, fan
    · Pregame / Postgame Behind the Scenes
    · Meet the Mascot
    · Athletic Traditions unique to your campus
    · Rivalry – who it is / back story
    · A player or team reaches a notable milestone or academic achievement
    · An exciting event takes place on campus (homecoming, hall of fame, etc.)
    · Any upset takes place
    · Athlete / Coach / Fan Profiles
    · Highlight of the season/week
    · Ask student athletes to interview one another
    Program Details & Legal Requirements:
    For more information regarding legal requirements of unpaid internships, please visit US Dept of Labor website.
    · This internship, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to training which students would receive in education environment.
    · The internship experience is for the benefit of the student intern.
    · Interns are not replacing regular writers/broadcaster/photographers, but working under close supervision of existing Janet TV editors.
    · Janet TV derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded.
    · Campus correspondent are not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship.
    · Janet TV, and the intern, understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.


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