Jacksonville Broadcasters Association

The Jacksonville Broadcasters Association was organized to preserve the rich history of Northeast Florida’s radio and television industries. JBA is open to those past and present broadcasters who have served this region’s proud broadcasting heritage. Our members represent journalism, engineering, on-air talent, production and technical staff, sales, and management.

Internship Duties:

  • On Camera & Voice work
    • Interview subject matter experts on their areas
    • Log and write soundbites
    • Setup and complete Personal Profile stories (packages) with prominent members of Jacksonville Broadcasting history.
  • Live event production
    • Record the quarterly meeting of the JBA panel discussion and produce full-length video with multi-camera recording/editing.
  • Post Production
    • Edit segments from JBA panel discussion and record standup introduction on topic specific portions
  • Digital audio production
    • Process student produced videos into student produced audio presentations or “podcasts”
    • Assist JBA members with Oral History podcast recordings
  • Social Media Broadcasting (including video/audio productions)
    • Students will assist JBA with social media broadcasting of videos and audio podcasts
  • JBA mission
    • Student interns will assist with fulfilling JBA’s mission to record and preserve the history of Jacksonville Broadcasting for generations to come

Special consideration will also be made to each individual intern’s particular skills and career aspirations in order to customize the internship to his/her interests.

For more information, please contact approved supervisor Ken Thomas by visiting him on campus in Building 14D, room 1001, by phone at 904-620-3952, or by email at kthomas@unf.edu

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