WHO: Springer Associates PR
SEEKING: Publicity Intern
RESPONSIBILITIES: Will included organizing press breaks, maintaining database, online research, as well as assisting with daily PR activities such as writing press releases, organizing pitch ideas, following up with various media outlets, covering interviews, attend theatre and film previews and premieres.
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must be organized, multi-taskers with an interest in theatre, film and entertainment in general. Internet savvy and very computer capable with programs such as Outlook, Excel, Word, etc (Cision a plus). Strong interpersonal skills as well as excellent written and oral communication skills.
WHEN: 9/20/2010 until 12/21/2010
HOW TO APPLY: Email Joe Trentacosta at email@example.com.
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