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The Audio Production Intern will assist the WFIU Arts Bureau in identifying and archiving content from the program Artworks, creating audio slideshows for, and assisting in the weekly production of Artworks. Depending on the candidate’s experience and enthusiasm, Production Intern may also assist with other production tasks such as creating on-air promos.

Ideal candidate will be familiar with WFIU’s programming and public radio.  Applicants should have previous experience in audio production, be familiar with digital audio software, and be available approximately 5-8 hours a week.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to

Internship spots have been filled for Spring 2013. Please check back later in the semester for information on Summer 2013 internships.

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