Media Associates Program, Coordinator
A+E NetworksNew York, NY
Full Time Job
Media Associates Program (MAP), Coordinator
At A E Networks we are committed to empowering our people, especially those early on in their career, which is why we've created The Media Associates Program! This program is an entry-level, rotational training program designed to attract exceptional early career talent to careers in the media industry. We are committed to hiring top tier candidates who are not only talented, but ambitious and eager to learn from the best and brightest in the industry.
During this two year program Associates will complete two 12 month rotations in two different creative disciplines allowing skill acquisition through hands on learning experiences. Rotation assignments will be chosen for Associates and may be between the Programming, Scheduling, Marketing or Publicity departments. MAP opportunities may be available in our New York and Los Angeles office. Qualification Requirements For the current MAP class we have opportunities available in our Scheduling, Programming, Marketing, Talent Management departments. Educational Requirements Applicants for MAP should have at least 1 year of employment within a media environment or equivalent and relevant college credit and/or internships.
At a minimum a 4 year under graduate degree.
A E Networks is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans.
At A E Networks, we are passionate about programming that brings human stories to life, knowing that it is in life itself that those stories originate. We are committed to empowering our people, strengthening our partnerships and engaging audiences across the globe. We're a global entertainment media company with six original brands: A&E®, HISTORY®, Lifetime®, H2®, FYI™ and LMN®. We reach 330 million people worldwide, can be found in eight out of 10 American homes and have 500 million digital users. The best part? We did it our way.
A E Networks, LLC. is a joint venture of Disney-ABC Television Group and Hearst Corporation.