Websites for the College of Mass Communications
Journalism and Mass Communications
Age Talent Works
Job postings in the advertising industry, including such areas as advertising sales, ad copywriting, account management, art direction and more.
* Advertising Media Internet
National listing of job opportunities in advertising, internet media, and sales. Register for free to this site, then click on "ad jobs" to access listings in media planning, media buying, public relations, media research, art direction, advertising sales, etc. Also, be sure to see the "web sites" and "industry associations" sections.
* Advertising Research
Members of this organization work in advertising, marketing and media research. Under "About the ARF" you will find "Jobs and Internships" or use the "Member List" for networking.
Search this directory of the top agencies in the US and connect to their individual websites to access job opportunities.
* American Advertising Federation
This site provides valuable information that keeps you informed about conferences, professional development, internships, and full-time job opportunities. Click on "college connection" for information that will help you prepare for the transition into the advertising industry, or see the "jobs" link at the bottom of the page.
* American Association of
Job postings are accessible by members only, however, you may use the roster of members to identify potential employers, as well as gather useful industry information and upcoming events.
* American Marketing
Click on the "Career Management" button and then select "Job Board" to search job postings, review salary data for the marketing field, or post a resume to this site.
* Association of National
Click on 'Training & Careers' link. Scroll down to Job Opportunities for job postings; you can search by region or category, or use other areas of this site to learn more about the advertising industry.
Where direct marketing professionals can search job listings, post a resume and/or sign up for a job matching service that emails you when new jobs that fit you are posted.
Jobs posted on this site are professional employment opportunities in marketing, advertising, public relations, sales and much more. All positions are within the United States - search by state or by job function. You may also post a resume on this site.
* Web Advertising
Search for jobs in online advertising, research salary information, post a resume, or sign up for an email notification service that will inform you of available jobs that fit your profile and area of interest.
* Talent Zoo
The #1 site for Ad, Marketing & Media Professionals. Find any job in Advertising, Marketing, Digital and Media Jobs. For Employers Search for resumes and Post Jobs.
* American Association of Sunday
and Feature Editors
Click on links to connect to state newspapers and national associations, or click on “jobs” to access positions in newspaper writing and editing, particularly in feature areas such as art, food, travel, etc.
* American Copy Editors
Click on "job bank" under "site features" to access job postings of interest to editors. You may either sign up for the listserv and receive job announcements as they are posted, or you can search them on the website. Positions are mainly for those in newspaper copy editing. Scholarship information is also available.
* American Society of Business
Click on “job connection” for positions available in the business press as well as links to business publishers' sites. Postings are slanted toward editing, but some involve writing or management as well. Salary reports also available.
* American Society of Newspaper
An excellent site. ASNE is the nation's oldest and largest newspaper editors group. Click on "careers" for internship and job listings, as well as information on how to get into the field and an online book on how to discover if a newspaper career is for you.
This is a great site for eager magazine editors and magazine-editor wannabes who want to learn more about the industry. Network with colleagues, find an on-line mentor, search job listings, search the glossary, use the links to access magazines and newspapers, and more.
* Editorial Freelancers
Members of this association include self-employed editors, writers, indexers, proofreaders, researchers, desktop publishers, translators, and others. Search the membership directory to network with others in fields you’re considering. Only members will receive emails with job postings from the association.
* Investigative Reporters and
This site provides educational resources for investigative reporters. Click on "the job center" for available positions.
* Magazine Publishers of
Click on "careers" and scroll down, to the left of the page is the "internships" link for information about their program, or in the top right corner click on "search" for full-time listings as well as career and salary information click "read more" under "Job bank" on the left.
* Society of American Business
Editors and Writers
Search jobs and internships related to writing business documents for companies, or copy for the business section of newspapers, magazines, etc.. Click on "Members Only" on the left bottom. You will first need to register for free to this site. Then select "Resources" from the top and then "view jobs".
* Association for
Education in Journalism and Mass Communications
Select "employment" and then click on "Online Job Listing" search these job postings for positions teaching (mostly college level) in journalism or various areas of communication.
If you are interested in teaching and research, search this site for jobs in universities and research institutes.
* College Media Advisors
Click on “jobs” for positions in collegiate media, advising and teaching.
Journalism Education Association
Links to all kinds of national, regional and state professional associations related to the intersection of journalism and education (includes organizations related to teaching journalism or advising student media groups).
Scholastic Press Association
If you're interested in serving as a journalistic publication adviser in the education setting, this association will interest you. The South Carolina Scholastic Press Association is dedicated to the advancement of scholastic journalism in South Carolina. Explore publications and workshops, as well as links to other related sites.
This site connects you to both the National Scholastic Press Association as well as the Associated College Press. Both organizations are for people interested in serving as a journalistic publication adviser in the education setting. Under the Associated College Press section see "ACP Jobs" and be sure to click on "Job Resource Center" select "students".
* USC -
Websites for the College of Education
This page will link you to The College of Education, where there are numerous sites pertaining to education-related opportunities.
* USC - Websites for the College of Liberal Arts (General)This page will link you to the College of Liberal Arts. There you will find opportunities in meeting planning and event coordination.
* USC - Websites for the
College of Liberal Arts (General)
This page will link you to The College of Liberal Arts, where you will find opportunities in development or fundraising.
* American Journalism Review
The American Journalism Review provides information about the journalism industry, including links to newspapers, magazines, television networks/affiliates, radio stations, newswire services and media companies.
* Association for Women in Communications
Includes information, job listings, and a great list of job related links for print and broadcast journalism, television and radio production, film, advertising, public relations, marketing, graphic design, multi-media design, and photography.
* Atlanta Press Club
Click on “jobs” for positions in public relations, writing, editing, reporting, marketing, layout and design and more.
* Center for Communication
This center is designed to assist college students in learning more about careers in communication. Learn about seminars you can attend or listen to online under “programs”, check out the “career tips” section for links to sites that post jobs, or view the “media links” to connect to potential employers.
* Current Jobs for Graduates
Click on "log in" and select the bulletin you want to view great jobs in liberal arts, art, education, performing arts, writing, editing, communications, management and business. The USC Career Center subscribes to this service and thus a username and password are required. Please email the Career Center for the username and password.
A great how-to site that touches on how to report on controversial topics.
* I Want Media
While most of the job sites listed here are already links on this page,you will definitely want to use the media companies list on this site. You will find job listings and internships on many of the individual company websites...in all areas of journalism. For example, find jobs with ABC, AOL Time Warner, CBS, Clear Channel Communications, Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks, Fox Entertainment, Imagine Entertainment, McGraw-Hill Companies, Miramax, NBC, WorldCom and much more. Most of these companies are large parent organizations that own many smaller newspapers, magazines, radio stations, etc.
University School of Journalism Career Resources
See the “Internships & Careers” link, to the left, to access their "resources" for help on resumes or “current listings links” for lots of links!
Association of Business Communicators
Wide variety of jobs (and some internships) in the communications field, Includes such titles as internal communications specialist, corporate writer, public relations officer, marketing coordinator, proposal writer, marketing director, project manager, media relations manager, speech writer, creative services manager, etc. You may also post a resume to this site.
* JAWS: Journalism and Women’s Symposium
A resource for journalists who are employed by newspapers, news services, syndicates, magazines, television or radio stations or other electronic disseminators of news and information programming.
Search for jobs by category including internships, journalism education, magazines & newsletters, new media, newspapers and wire services, photojournalism, and radio. These jobs are posted on the JOURNET listserv as well as on this site.
* JobLink for
Search the job postings or use the "sites" section to access directories of newspapers, magazines, and television / radio stations.
Journalism & Mass
Communication Salary Surveys
The Annual Surveys of Journalism and Mass Communication Graduates are designed to monitor the employment rates and salaries of graduates of journalism and mass communication programs in the United States, including Puerto Rico. These surveys provide excellent job outlook and salary data. Use the links under “recent reports” and be sure to view the complete survey (in PDF format) using the link at the bottom of each page.
Excellent (and lengthy) database of jobs in publishing, newspapers, magazines, broadcast (TV and radio), online media and public relations. Includes lots of internship opportunities.
This web site is for anyone who creates or works with content, or who is a non-creative professional working in a content/creative industry: editors, writers, television producers, graphic designers, production, and circulation people in book publishing, magazines, television, radio, newspapers, online media, advertising, PR and graphic design. Many of the jobs are in New York, Boston, Washington DC or California, but may also include others nationally. You may post your resume on this site and arrange to have e-mail alerts with job postings sent to you.
Search for jobs by region with media/communications companies, TV stations, radio stations and more. You don’t have to apply for positions through the website. You can simply use the contact information in the job description.
* Media- Entertainment-Jobs.com
Are you searching for media jobs, entertainment jobs, advertisement jobs, public realation jobs, journalism jobs, TV, film and radio jobs? Within media-entertainment-jobs.com you can access these job listings for free and find that dream job that matches your requirements.
of Hispanic Journalists: Student Section
See information on scholarships or their annual convention for students.
* >National Association of Minority Media
Managerial and executive positions for newspapers, broadcast, magazines and online media.
A directory of newspapers, magazines and television stations around the world. You can search by continent or subject. Once you link to many of these, you'll find job listings on their individual sites.
The Poynter Institute offers seminars to assist journalism students. You’ll also find many useful articles or top sheets on this page that address such topics as interviewing, salaries, etc. Be sure to see the “resource center”.
* PR Place
Search this directory of links related to public relations, print and broadcast journalism, advertising, etc.
* Society of Professional Journalists
Members only can access internship and job listings (student memberships are $36). However, this site provides useful career advice and industry information.
* South Asian Journalist Association
Access dated job listing online or with a membership (student memberships are $10) you’ll receive timelier job listings via e-mail. Click "Resources".
* University of Oregon
This large database maintained by the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication has hundreds of internship listings (and job listings, as well). Most of the positions will be on the west coast.
This mega-site for information related to writing, contains a specialty section for journalism, including journalism employment, journalism links, journalism schools, journalism message boards and more.
* Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Internship Program
Internships available in the following categories: agency (representation of actors), animation, art direction/production design, broadcast advertising & promotion, business affairs, casting, children’s programming/development, cinematography, commercials, costume design, television development, documentary/non-fiction production, editing, entertainment news, episodic series, movies made for television, music, programming management, production management, public relations and publicity, sound, syndication/distribution, television directing, television scriptwriting, videotape post production, game show, interactive media. Be sure to click on "Students" located on lower left.
* Dow Jones Newspaper Funding
Click on “Programs” for information on paid, annual summer internships with major companies. Positions include business reporting, real-time financial newswires, online editing, news copy editing and sports copy editing.
School of Journalism - Internship Database
The School of Journalism at USC provides a regularly updated listing of internships in journalism and mass communications in the local area.
* USC - Websites for the College
of Liberal Arts (Political Science)
This page will link you to internship opportunities in Washington, DC., including journalism and public relations.
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Newspapers and Magazines
(Note: Be sure to see the "Editing" section as well)
Ask A Reporter
This page is part of the New York Times Learning Network. View profiles of reporters in such niche areas as international reporting, election coverage, education reporter, science reporter, technical reporter, culture reporter/critic, religion reporter, sports reporter, and photography. See what these professionals have to say about working in the newspaper industry and what advice they give to aspiring reporters.
Learn what kinds of jobs are available with the AP, how to apply for them and which job fairs and events AP recruiters plan to attend. You’ll also find information on internships and a nice FAQ section.
of Alternative Newsweeklies
Positions in such categories as circulation, classified advertising, design and production, display advertising, reporter/editor, electronic publishing and management. Be sure to also see the publication members directory for links to newspapers.
Newspaper Marketing Association
Jobs in newspaper sales and marketing. Non-members will only be able to see the job title and organization with no description. We recommend that you then find the organization website to see if they have the job posted on their own site.
Your Link to Newspaper Careers
A fabulous site, especially for entry level journalists. Be sure to see both the "joblinks" and the "toolkit" sections of this site.
Publishers of America
Click on "career center" to access information on magazine industry job fairs, job postings, internship postings, and related career resources.
Conference of Editorial Writers
Interested in a job as a writer or editor for the opinion/editorials page? Check out the listings under "job bank".
National Newspaper Association
Use this list to contact the newspaper association for every state in the US. Then search that site for jobs by state.
England Newspaper Association
Click on “job bank” for newspaper jobs in the northeast US.
* News Jobs
Great site that will link you to many other related job search sites in the broadcasting, media, and journalism areas. You'll find many city and state-specific sites here.
Direct connection to daily and weekly newspapers in every state in the US. On each individual state site you'll find job listings in that state.
Newspaper Association of America
This site provides a job search by category.
Fantastic site for researching career options in the newspaper industry.
Search for newspaper jobs in such categories as general, sports, city/metro, business, features, copy editor, photojournalist, and graphics.
Carolina Press Association
Jobs with newspapers in North Carolina as well as other states in the south (SC, VA, GA, TN, FL, etc.).
* Society for News
Click on “jobs” at top, for positions in newspapers, particularly related to page layout and design, copy editing, graphic design, art director, etc. This site includes some web design positions as well.
Carolina Press Association
Related industry information including a list to daily, weekly and college newspapers of South Carolina.
* Southern Newspaper
Scroll to the bottom and click on "employment", then search for jobs in such areas as advertising, circulation, news/editorial, graphics/design, and more.
* Sunoasis Jobs
This site lists jobs for writers, editors, and copywriters, including freelance writers and on-line publishing positions. There is also useful information under the "career resources" link.
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This company produces the "All-In-One" Media Directory for purchase for Public Relations Professionals.
News, analysis and jobs for the public relations world. After a free registration process, search this database of public relations jobs throughout the country.
* Public Relations
Society of America
Click on "jobs" to post your resume on-line or view job postings, click on "professional development" and then "resources" for excellent career articles, or click on "chapters" and then "find a chapter" to access the contact information or websites (many of which include even more job listings) for individual chapters in your geographic area of interest.
* The Public
Relations Student Society of America
Click on "careers" for excellent articles about the PR profession and sample student resumes. You can also access job postings here, but must first obtain USC's chapter log-in name from the chapter advisor. See the "about us" section for information on USC's chapter. We also recommend that you see the "resources section".
Excellent site! Search the job listings or post a resume to this site. Be sure to see the "resources" section for sample job titles and job descriptions in the PR industry, fantastic career articles and salary data.
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(Note: you will also find sports media opportunities listed on many of the other sites on this page.)
American Sportscasters Association
Scroll down to ASA services and click on “Job Bank”.
* Association for
Women in Sports Media
Click on "career center" for job listings on right hand side. Must become a member to see listings.
Click on “message boards” to access the “sports journalism job board”.
* USC - Websites for the College of
Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management
This page will link you to The College of HRSM where you can search for additional opportunities in the sports industry.
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TV / Radio Broadcasting
(Disney) Talent Development Programs
Learn more about competitive, paid opportunities ABC (Disney) provides to aspiring actors, television directors and producers, and television and film writers.
* All Access
Register for free and then search job listings in radio.
Click on "Resources" and then “Television and Careers” for a small list of job openings in radio and television.
- The National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations
This site posts job listings from member radio and TV stations nationwide. There is also a very informative section that provides general descriptions for jobs in radio and television, as well as information on how to get your first job in broadcasting.
for Public Broadcasting
Search jobs and internships in public radio and television broadcasting. Includes positions in production, membership/volunteer coordination, fundraising, special events, grant writing and more.
Great information on how to pursue a career in film and television production.
and Television Society Foundation, Inc.
Check out possible summer fellowships and internships in their college program section, as well as seminars and luncheons that the society has planned.
* Jobs at NPR
(National Public Radio)
Scroll down to "Who Works at NPR?" Be sure to see the following three sections: “jobs at NPR”, “internships at NPR”, and “jobs at NPR station".
* Kemps - Film and Television Directory
Use this site's directory to search for over 35,000 production services companies from 65 countries worldwide. In the US, search by state. Use it to find everything from aerial photography to video equipment, location services, crew and much more. Use the contact information to contact these companies about potential employment.
Small listing of jobs in the TV industry.
International Television and Film Production Directory
Job listings by country and by services are provided. Excellent resource for the technical aspects of film and television. You can sign up to receive a weekly email of job-vacancies tailored to your choice of skill-type and area.
Look at the "Job Center" link located on the right, for Free posting and reading, RadioWeb Articles and the RadioWeb Broadcast Handbook.
Association of Broadcasters
See “career center” under resources for job fair listings and job postings in television and radio or use their huge directory to identify potential employers. Be sure to see "other broadcasting job banks" for links to each state's association of broadcasters.
National Cable and Telecommunications Association
Learn about the variety of jobs you can have in the cable (television) industry.
* New Radio
At the top of the page, click on “jobs”. You will be taken to not only the site’s job listings, but links to 100 other sites to search for radio jobs.
The information network for film, video and digital media production. Jobs in production, pre- and post-production, crew, digital media and sales/marketing.
A wide variety of jobs and internships with PBS.
While you won’t find jobs posted on this site, you will be able to use the link to identify potential employers. Or…..get ideas from other on-air professionals or voice artists of how to advertise yourself on the web.
Small list of radio and TV jobs.
Use the directories to access industry organizations, marketing and promotion firms, record labels, voice talent companies, show prep companies and research firms. Click on “jobs” (bottom of menu bar) for listings sorted by region of the US.
News Directors Association & Foundation
Job listings in multiple areas of radio and television broadcasting.
* South Carolina
Consists of bi-weekly news regarding broadcasting, a job bank where you can search for jobs in South Carolina or post your resume, and convention information.
* Television Bureau
Click on "job center" for sales, marketing, research and traffic openings in the television industry. Includes some internships.
A good source for jobs in the broadcast, cable, and interactive media industries, updated daily. This site also features daily industry news updates. Click on "careers" or "TV links".
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Job Bank
Excellent resource. Search a long list of job openings in the television industry, including many positions in marketing/public relations and in news/public affairs, programming/production, sales, and more.
This site lists current job opportunities for television professionals -- executives, on-air talent, photographers, producers, promotion writers -- as well as links to key national sources that have listings submitted by stations, groups and related organizations.
Search jobs by category, including radio, television, film, and music listings.
* TV Jobs
– Broadcast Employment Services
Job postings on this site are accessible only by subscribers ($39.95 a year), however, non-subscribers can access salary data, view sample resumes in the resume database.
* TV Radio
Mass directory of television and radio stations not only in the US, but around the world.
Excellent site managed by Vault. Search jobs in the following categories (links at the bottom of the page): anchors/reporters, executive producers & managing editors, graphics and promotion, production and assignment editors, technical, video journalist, other.
School of Journalism - Opportunities
The School of Journalism at USC provides a regularly updated listing of jobs and internships in journalism and mass communications, as well as information on USC clubs, student media organizations, and scholarships. You may also use the "academic programs" section to learn more about programs of study. If you've never signed up for the listserv, do so under "current students". The listserv is frequently used to promote internship and job opportunities.
* USC - Websites for the College
of Liberal Arts (Art)
The College of Liberal Arts offers opportunities related to media arts and graphic design. Use these links to explore how your background in journalism might have prepared you for a career in these areas.
Association of Moving Image
For those interested in the acquisition, preservation, exhibition and use of moving image materials. You’ll find an article about the profession under “information & services” and potential employers under links.
of Certified Records Managers
Information on certification as a records managers. Certified Records Managers (CRM) are professional records and information managers, each experienced in active and inactive records systems, and related disciplines such as archives, computerization, micrographics, and optical disk technology. Includes a very small section for job postings.
* National Archives
and Records Administration
Search job openings by state. Also a great list of internships in a variety of categories.
Society of American Archivists
Thorough list of openings in order of date posted for those interested in positions in archiving, cataloging, record management, and preservation.
for Library and Information Science Education
This site posts jobs in teaching library science in colleges and universities.
- Websites for the College of Education
The College of Education offers you numerous sites pertaining to education related opportunities.
This site provides information about a career as a librarian and related fields. Click "education and careers" for information about the kind of positions that are available in library science, as well as job postings and information about scholarships and accreditation programs.
Look under “community” and then “job postings” for nation-wide openings. You may also wish to use the directories section.
Job Postings On the Internet
Wonderful site! Search job listings by location, sites that post all kinds of library jobs, or by the following specific categories: academic positions, archives and record management, federal libraries, individual libraries, school library media, and special libraries.
Click on "Careers" at the top of the page. Make sure you check out the entire exciting job links!
Post your resume or search job listings in public, school , academic, special, business or government libraries, as well as in new media. Search by state, nationally or internationally. This site also has a great advice section which includes salary information.
Search library jobs by position title, position category, posting date, employer or province/state. Includes jobs in such categories as academic library, association, corporate library, library network, library system, medical library, public library, school library, special library, state library and vendor/utility.
* NASIG Web Job
A compilation of job postings taken from several listservs. Very timely postings.
Networked Librarian: Employment Resources for Librarians
Link to over 100 sites that post jobs for librarians, including subcategories such as listservs, joblines (phone), specialty libraries and more.
PICK: Library & Information Science Resources
PICK is the gateway to librarianship and information science material on the web.
of Information – University of Michigan
The University of Michigan’s School of Information maintains this site. View the job postings (including part-time and internship positions). You may search in such categories as archives and record management, human/computer interaction, information economics, management and policy, library and information services, faculty positions and community information. Be sure to also see the resources section.
Free access to jobs currently available in the South Carolina library community.
Information Professional’s Guide to Career Development Online
Look at the table of contents for this featured book. Each URL mentioned in that chapter is linked to this site. Many of these will lead you to job postings and related career information.
* USC - School
of Library & Information Science
Information on the School of Library & Information Science at the University of South Carolina. Includes descriptions of courses offered through the department, and links to sites that post jobs.
Association of Law Libraries
Information about careers in law libraries and job postings. Some upper-level positions will require a law degree, but many others only require the MLS.
* American Theological Library Association
Click on “member page” and “job openings” for librarian and archival positions in seminaries or religious institutions of higher education.
* Art Libraries Society of North
Vacancy announcements for art librarians, visual resources professionals, and related positions.
* Association of Christian Libraries
Click on “career opportunities” for positions in seminaries or religious institutions of higher education.
of College and Research Libraries
Job postings from the College and Research Libraries News newsletter are mostly positions in libraries at colleges and universities.
of Research Libraries
Click on "Resources” and “Career Resources” and then, "Position Announcements" to see job listings.
Medical Libraries Association
Interesting job opportunities with universities, as well as research institutes and pharmaceutical companies.
* Music Library Association
Provides an excellent overview of a career as a music librarian, how to get there, job outlook, etc. Click on "Employment and Education" for job placement service.
* Special Libraries
Click on “SLA career services online” to view job postings. Be sure to also view the "chapters and divisions" section as many of these associations also post jobs on their sites.
Updated daily by the Career Center at USC. Lists full-time, part-time, summer, internship and graduate assistantship opportunities in different industries. Job descriptions include contact information.
Last Update: 09/01/2010