CBS Radio Tampa – Digital Media Internships

The Digital Media Department at CBS Radio Tampa is accepting applications for internships for the upcoming semester. Our interns assist in content management for several CBS Radio web sites, including,,, and Responsibilities range from writing content for our web sites to audio and video editing, photography, research, and marketing outreach using social media.

Our interns “get their hands dirty.” You won’t sit on the sidelines or be sent for coffee. We treat our interns as new employees and therefore expect a strong work ethic, attention to detail, creative thinking, and insist on personal responsibility for tasks assigned. Deadlines must be met and attention to accuracy is essential. If you are invited to join the team, you will work side by side with our writers as well as on-air talent.

Visit the CBS Careers Center. Search TAMPA and click DIGITAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP (TAMPA). In your cover letter, highlight the skills you have that you think would make you a great fit for CBS Radio. Also let us know which skills you would like to develop over the course of your internship. Include any relevant material (audio, web links, pieces you’ve written) that showcase your talent.

Internships are unpaid and you must earn credit for your participation.


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