Video Intern

News Macon, GA


The Telegraph in Macon, Georgia is looking for a fall video intern to shoot video for our digital platforms and assist the newsroom in growing our social media presence.

The video intern, preferably a college student or recent graduate, will work with our veteran videographer and our reporters to shoot, edit and publish videos to run in conjunction with Telegraph stories.

The intern will also edit and produce shorts and reels for the Telegraph’s YouTube and Instagram page.

The ideal candidate will have experience shooting and editing news videos and posting Instagram reels and YouTube Shorts. The intern will learn SEO, strengthen their understanding of data analytics and refine video production techniques.

The intern will need to live in Bibb County or a contiguous county for the duration of the internship and work a hybrid schedule, spending part of their time in the office and part of their time working remotely.

The internship pays $15 per hour, 40 hours a week for 10 weeks. Interns can also work part-time for 14-15 weeks.

Job requirements
Previous experience shooting and editing video is required. Experience with Instagram, YouTube and TikTok is preferred.

Interns should be pursuing a college degree in journalism or a related field, or have recently graduated with a degree in journalism or a related field.

The intern will need reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance (at least the minimum insurance required in Georgia).

About the Telegraph
The Telegraph is a daily newspaper based in Macon, Georgia. Founded in 1826, the Telegraph covers Macon-Bibb and surrounding counties and is focused on producing high-quality accountability and utility journalism. The newsroom is based on the Mercer University campus as part of the Center for Collaborative Journalism.

McClatchy is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all applicants and employees. McClatchy considers all candidates without regard to basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, medical condition, family care status, pregnancy or physical disability (except where physical fitness is a valid occupational qualification), or any other basis protected by state and federal laws.