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Staff Attorney

Reports to: Managing Director of Business Affairs

JOB SUMMARY: We are seeking a Staff Attorney who will handle a wide array of responsibilities related to the licensing, development, production, and distribution of ITVS’s programming.

The successful candidate will work with the Production and Programming, Marketing, and Distribution teams to structure, negotiate, and draft agreements necessary to license, develop, and/or produce ITVS’s slate of high-profile documentaries, docu-series, and digital programming, and should be extremely comfortable negotiating with business partners and making decisions that have both legal and business impacts.

He/she should be an attorney or recent law school graduate who intends to take the California Bar Exam.

This is an opportunity to be part of a mission-driven nonprofit company with great consumer brands, and to help ITVS shape the future of television. The legal team at ITVS is small and focused on collaborating with its business partners to help foster innovation.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Advise and build strategic partnerships with the Production and Programming, Marketing, and Distribution teams
  • Negotiate and draft agreements necessary to license, develop, and/or produce ITVS’s slate of high-profile programing
  • Act as direct contact for business partners and external legal counsel
  • Make decisions having both legal and business impacts

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Attorney or recent law school graduate who intends to take the California Bar Exam. At least two years of licensing, development, and/or production experience in television or film with direct experience drafting all forms of acquisition, licensing, and production agreements. Familiarity with the development, production, and multi-platform distribution of documentaries, docu-series, and digital programming, and/or financing and sales agency agreements is a plus. Fluency with related documents/issues (e.g., content acquisition, production services agreements, talent agreements, chain-of-title review, insurance) and/or experience negotiating television distribution agreements appreciated.

The ideal candidate will have a production and operational background, plus a broad understanding of television distribution (including digital distribution). Experience providing in-house support and managing outside counsel is strongly preferred.

The successful candidates will also possess the following:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong analytical capabilities and judgment
  • Ability to work proactively, independently, and reliably under tight timeframes in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively cross-functionally, think practically, and be solution-oriented
  • Willingness to tackle matters outside area of expertise
  • Proficiency with Google mail, calendar, and documents is necessary and knowledge of FileMaker and FilmTrack is a plus

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@itvs.org with Staff Attorney/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Senior Marketing & Publicity Consultant

Department: Marketing & Communications
Reports to: Director of Marketing, Publicity & Creative Services
Term: 30-plus hours per week; July 2015 to January 2016

JOB SUMMARY: The Senior Marketing & Publicity Consultant is responsible for developing marketing and publicity strategies campaigns for Independent Lens and other ITVS programs. The candidate will manage selected marketing efforts and marketing campaigns, analyze marketing results, and continually seek creative marketing opportunities. The Senior Consultant reports to the Director of Marketing, Publicity & Creative Services.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide marketing leadership for selected marketing campaigns
  • Lead branding and style guide work cross-departmentally to ensure strength in ITVS and Independent Lens brands
  • Manage communications strategies with internal departments, including Development, Programming, and Engagement
  • Lead and help shape complex, multi-faceted marketing strategies to increase audience viewership of ITVS programs
  • Develop and project manage special marketing and publicity campaigns, setting goals and benchmarks
  • Analyze metrics and results from marketing campaigns, develop recommendations, and report to management
  • Identify unique marketing opportunities and creative strategies to position ITVS programs for increased audience viewership
  • Create and review creative briefs for select ITVS programs and ensure campaign plan aligns with brief and strategies for ultimate marketing impact

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 8+ years’ experience in marketing, communications, public relations, or related field
  • Strong project management skills
  • 8+ years’ experience in developing advance marketing strategies and plans
  • Experience working with and developing creative briefs
  • Proven marketing campaign management skills
  • Strong knowledge of media/entertainment industry
  • Ability to see and make decisions in a changing media environment
  • Excellent judgment and creative problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Ability to thrive and work creatively in a fast-paced, structured environment
  • Flexible, collaborative, and a sense of humor
  • Undergraduate degree in related field or relevant experience

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@itvs.org with Senior Marketing & Publicity Consultant /NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Creative Producer

Department: Marketing & Communications
Reports to: Director of Marketing, Publicity & Creative Services
Term: 30-plus hours/week; July 2015-January 2016; potential for permanent position

JOB SUMMARY: ITVS seeks a Creative Producer to lead and oversee on-air/design projects from concept to delivery. The Creative Producer will oversee the design and production of all on-air projects, including trailers, sizzle reels, promos, social media videos and publicity reels, ensuring all creative aligns with strategy. This candidate will possess creative strategy experience, from working with creative briefs and storyboards to developing original concepts, scripts and pitches for media marketing campaigns. The Creative Producer is responsible for initiating and overseeing every creative aspect of a media asset development. This position requires low-level edit-room producing.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Originate creative ideas and concepts, develop comps, oversee aspects of creative campaign creation including design, web, and on-air to ensure brand, strategy, and campaign unity
  • Act as liaison between Creative Services, Media Services, and Marketing and Communications while mentoring and providing learning opportunities for design staff
  • Champion creative strategy, ensuring all pieces are on creative brief and align with company goals
  • Contribute to the culture of creativity, learning and innovation in line with ITVS values

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 7+ years of experience in design media or on-air creative
  • Demonstrated strong knowledge and interest in nonprofit work, mission-driven work, and social justice issues
  • Demonstrated strong storytelling and creativity in sourcing and usage of video
  • Proven research skills and editorial judgment
  • Fluency in editing software: Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, InDesign and Photoshop
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments, working cross-functionally
  • Proficiency in production, post-production, and broadcast equipment and workflows related to digital media
  • Bachelor’s degree

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@itvs.org with Creative Producer/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Senior Video Editor, Media Services

Department: Marketing & Communications
Reports to: Director, Marketing, Publicity & Creative Services

JOB SUMMARY: The Senior Video Editor (SVE) assembles recorded raw material into a polished product that's suitable for broadcast and national positioning events. The material may include camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics, and special effects. The SVE contributes creative concepts and execution for the Emmy® Award-winning series Independent Lens as well as all ITVS series and funded films.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work closely with the Director of Marketing, Publicity, & Creative Services to develop creative video materials that meet marketing campaign objectives while supporting ITVS programming initiatives
  • Strategize with Post Production Supervisor to maximize efficiency for edit schedules and approvals
  • Coach and mentor Video Editor and Assistant Video Editors
  • Utilizing a creative brief, craft script, assemble footage, and finish of all video assets in line with strategic vision
  • Guarantee proper branding for theatrical films, television programming, institutional promotion, and commercials
  • Manage VO sessions with external talent
  • Support and guide internal production team on small editorial projects
  • Maintain organizational integrity of media assets by logging, uploading, completing projects, and archiving within the framework of ITVS Media Services
  • Participate and maintain project timelines within Workfront project management software
  • Identify creative solutions for communications objectives
  • Apply ITVS values to Marketing & Communications department culture

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of 7 to 10 years relevant editorial experience; journalism experience a plus
  • 5-7 years experience of editing on Avid, Final Cut Pro, or Premiere
  • Experience in a broad range of film and video communications with focus in commercial broadcast and web delivery
  • Proven ability to think on your feet and to adapt to last-minute changes in direction and scope
  • Experience with After Effects and plus
  • Expert ability to craft a story through short-form video and audio alongside storytelling
  • Great client relations and presentation skills

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@itvs.org with Senior Video Editor/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Video Editor, Media Services

Department: Marketing & Communications Reports to: Senior Video Editor

JOB SUMMARY: The Video Editor (VE) assembles recorded raw material into a polished product that's suitable for broadcast, online distribution, and national positioning events. The material may include camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics, and special effects. The VE contributes creative concepts and execution for the Emmy® award-winning series Independent Lens as well as all ITVS series and funded films.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work closely with the Senior Editor to develop creative video materials that meet audience development and marketing campaign objectives while supporting ITVS programming initiatives
  • Utilizing editorial producer input and/or a creative brief, craft script, assemble footage, and finish of all video assets in line with client and/or strategic vision
  • Guarantee proper branding for theatrical films, television programming, short-form content, institutional promotion, and commercials
  • Support and guide internal production team on small editorial projects
  • Maintain organizational integrity of media assets by logging, uploading, completing projects, and archiving within the framework of ITVS Media Services
  • Participate and maintain project timelines within Workfront project management software
  • Identify creative solutions for communications objectives
  • Apply ITVS values to organizational culture

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 7+ years of relevant editorial experience; journalism experience a plus
  • 5-7 years experience of editing on Avid, Final Cut Pro, or Premiere
  • Experience in a broad range of film and video communications with focus in commercial broadcast and web delivery
  • Proven ability to think on your feet and to adapt to last-minute changes in direction and scope
  • Expert ability to craft a story through short-form video and audio alongside storytelling

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@itvs.org with Video Editor/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Series Production Coordinator for Independent Lens

Department: Programming and Production
Reports to: Independent Lens Supervising Producer

JOB SUMMARY: The Series Production Coordinator helps coordinate the delivery of the documentary anthology series Independent Lens (IL) to PBS. Working closely with the Independent Lens Supervising Producer, the Series Production Coordinator is responsible for the production deliverables of all Independent Lens programs, including gather, review, and get PBS approval of the on-air credits, webmarkers, and IL series credits. The Series Production Coordinator is a key liaison with ITVS production managers, the IL marketing and communications team, filmmakers, and PBS. The Series Production Coordinator oversees and maintains the entire IL cross-departmental workflow and schedule for all films — from green light to closing — via Workfront, ITVS’s enterprise project management system. He/she owns and manages the WF project and template structure for IL, and contributes significantly towards supporting best practices and system customization for ITVS usage as a member of the WF core team.

ITVS is a public media organization and the Series Production Coordinator role requires a high level of professionalism in both internal and external communication. This staff person will be expected to maintain a high standard for attention to detail; possess the ability to manage multiple assignments, complete work efficiently, and maintain excellent working relationships with their supervisor, outside vendors, filmmakers, and specific PBS staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Independent Lens Coordination

  • Develop collegial, positive relationship with IL filmmakers and distributors from contract phase through final delivery to facilitate production coordination work
  • Identify FCC actionable content in all IL programs; prepare flag list, provide screener and transcript to PBS
  • Work with ITVS production managers and filmmakers to format and review the credits list, submit to PBS, approve final credit sequences
  • Work with ITVS marketing and communications staff to submit webmarkers for PBS approval. Place webmarkers and provide timings to post production editor.
  • Edit series credit roll for each episode and submit for approval
  • Manage deliverables from filmmakers and track in database
  • Prepare ORION PAA entries and Media Inventory forms
  • Update Independent Lens Handbook annually
  • Screen and review IL submissions, as requested
  • Help identify short films for IL filler, as requested

Independent Lens Workflow, Project Management, and Systems Administration

  • Develop skills to serve as a specialist in the use of department information systems: Workfront, Filemaker, Digital Asset Management System (DAM)
  • Create and manage workflows, reports, and best practices in Workfront, Filemaker, and Digital Asset Management (DAM) system. Maintain depth of knowledge in each system to serve as IL administrative specialist.
  • Maintain proficiency in Workfront functionality, terminology, and account setup to respond to questions and help resolve bugs and updates in the workflow
  • File deliverables in the Digital Asset Management system (DAM)

Production Coordination Support for Programming & Production Department

  • Participate in department initiatives including Producer Orientation, department retreats, and provide feedback on Open Call proposals
  • Assist supervisor in duties related to closing out programs including sharing materials with business department and create show closing packets
  • Audit contract deliverables status for specific programs, as requested
  • Respond to requests from colleagues for deliverables
  • Respond to questions from filmmakers regarding contract, deliverables, etc.

Requirements – Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

  • Be extremely detail oriented, organized, flexible, able to meet deadlines, and adapt to new and changing responsibilities
  • Be proactive and self-motivated with demonstrated ability to take initiative, prioritize tasks
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team
  • Ability to supervise peers and manage up to uphold standards set by ITVS and the IL series
  • Advanced skills with project management tools and software including Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Filemaker, and other software applications
  • Committed to offering a high level of customer service
  • Minimum of two years experience working in television or film production preferred

TO APPLY: Please email resume and cover letter to jobs@itvs.org with Series Production Coordinator/YOUR NAME in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

National Engagement Coordinator

Department: Distribution & Audience Development
Reports to: National Community Engagement Manager

JOB SUMMARY: The National Engagement Coordinator plays a proactive role in coordinating the administrative needs and daily operations for ITVS’s Engagement unit. This unit, which is housed within the Distribution & Audience Development department, focuses on expanding audience engagement around a number of Independent Lens (IL) documentaries through strategic partnerships, on-the-ground film screenings in over 75 communities nationwide, and online activities utilizing ITVS’s social TV platform, OVEE. The Coordinator manages and maintains the unit’s workflow and schedule for all films receiving engagement support; coordinates information and logistics related to all screenings and screening partners; collaborates with Marketing & Communications department to engage and build IL’s following online; and contributes to program strategy development and evaluation.

The National Engagement Coordinator role requires a high level of professionalism in both internal and external communication. This staff person will be expected to maintain a high standard for attention to detail; possess the ability to manage multiple assignments, complete work efficiently, and maintain excellent working relationships with their supervisor, outside vendors, filmmakers, community partners, and public media partners.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Program Coordination & Partner Communications

  • Provide coaching and support to program partners, with an emphasis on public television stations. This includes responding to day-to-day questions regarding program implementation and guidelines, requests for producer/subject appearances, offering advice on best practices in producing events, etc.
  • Coordinate between internal teams and with external vendors on the design and development of event planning resources and promotional assets
  • Coordinate dissemination of planning and promotional materials to partners through large-scale mailings and electronic distribution
  • Produce and evaluate quarterly knowledge-sharing events, including conference calls and/or webinars, for partner organizations producing on-the-ground and online screening events
  • Contribute to the development and evaluation of program strategies, including supporting development of proposals and briefs, research, and participating in planning and evaluation meetings
  • Support the planning, production, and evaluation of a select number of Bay Area film screenings
  • Support the planning, production, and evaluation of a select number of online screenings via the social TV platform, OVEE
  • Collaborate with ITVS’s Social Media Manager on Independent Lens audience development efforts on social media
  • Support content maintenance and updates for select films on the Independent Lens and ITVS websites and PBS Learning Media
  • Conduct evaluation and metrics gathering related to engagement audience development efforts online and use data to support the Engagement unit in future objective setting, strategies, and tactics
  • Organize logistics and support planning of an annual strategic planning retreat for the Engagement unit

Program Workflow, Project Management, and Systems Administration

  • Manage file and data management systems, including keeping up-to-date contact information and communication logs in FileMaker and enforcing Engagement unit’s use of the application, and maintenance of file organization in both digital and hard copy formats
  • Manage Engagement unit’s use of internal project management system (Workfront) for all program activities
  • Coordinate program administrative systems, including: tracking submissions of event reports, event listings, and other deliverables, and managing follow-up; developing email communications for program updates (via email marketing application such as Constant Contact or MailChimp); supporting the creation and implementation of audience and partner surveys and collating data; and responding to general program inquiries and making referrals where necessary
  • Process invoices and track program expenses
  • Support compilation of impact reports, quarterly metrics, and other reporting as assigned
  • Provide other support to the Engagement unit and the Distribution & Audience Development Department as assigned

COORDINATOR LEADERSHIP LEVEL EXPECTATIONS:

  • Supports one or more lines of work on a project; performs effectively amid shifting demands; quickly picks up new skills en route to deep industry and department knowledge; leads lines of work in ITVS organizational development projects
  • Supports institution-building activities (e.g. participates in cross-departmental work groups such as Knowledge Sharing Committee, Intranet team)
  • Uses data and staff input to inform decisions
  • Inspires ideas, contributes solutions to achieve outcomes, anticipates and prevents problems
  • Practices organizational values
  • Develops fundamental skills or technical expertise with quality execution, implementation, and pro-active learning
  • Contributes to day-to-day activities in support of data-driven outcomes and strategies; participates fully as a member of department and cross-functional teams; identifies and recommends ways to improve work processes
  • Develops measurable goals and objectives with guidance from entire team; monitors own progress and uses feedback to make adjustments; sets clear expectations and assigns responsibilities to Assistants as appropriate; fully utilizes staff skills
  • Projects a positive and polished professional image of ITVS in all contexts; supports external relations in core area
  • Supports department/unit annual planning process; informs major tactics and tactics
  • Clearly and consistently articulates team visions and strategies
  • Builds effective relationships with peers through horizontal communication
  • Communicates effectively and empathetically; seeks and integrates constructive feedback

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Be extremely detail oriented, organized, flexible, able to meet deadlines, and adapt to new and changing responsibilities
  • Minimum of three years administrative and/or coordinator experience
  • Ability to manage up to uphold standards set by ITVS; ability to supervise interns
  • Be proactive and self-motivated with demonstrated ability to take initiative, prioritize tasks, and think strategically
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Self-directed and team-spirited
  • Advance skills with project management tools and other software including FileMaker, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Experience with WorkFront/AtTask is a plus.
  • Interest and/or knowledge in independent films, documentaries, community engagement, broadcast television, and/or event planning a plus

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@itvs.org with Engagement Coordinator/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Legal Intern

Reports to: Department Manager

SPRING, SUMMER, FALL LEGAL INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: Are you a law student passionate about media and documentary films and have strong research and writing skills? The ITVS Business Affairs department offers a legal internship that provides hands-on educational experience. The intern will gain a working knowledge of contracts, licensing and distribution; matters relating to copyright law; as well as attend working meetings with colleagues and producers, and participate in organizational wide activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Review, analyze, and draft agreements for multimedia licenses, funding and distribution, and underlying rights acquisitions
  • Research copyright, chain of title, entertainment and intellectual property law
  • Maintain workflow and rights tracking system
  • Provide support to the department as needed

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Enrolled in law school (1st or 2nd year)
  • Interest in the entertainment and media industry
  • Excellent research and writing skills
  • Eager to learn in a nonprofit media organization

TO APPLY: Please e-mail resume and cover letter to jobs@itvs.org with Legal Intern/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Journalism Intern

Documentary Film and Journalism Partnership Project
Term: 16 hours per week

JOB SUMMARY:

ITVS is partnering with The Washington Post and will pursue other partnerships with journalism organizations and experiment with new models of in-depth storytelling and distribution that connect filmmakers and reporters. ITVS is implementing a new project supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to pioneer innovative collaborations between journalists and independent filmmakers. The focus of this project will be short-form digital video content.

ITVS is looking for a documentary film and media intern who is interested in the innovative space of storytelling through combining mediums of documentary film and journalism. The ideal intern is proactive, disciplined, creative, and self-directed and may work remotely.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analyze traffic and coverage patterns for targeted topics in multiple journalism outlets
  • Create and update catalog of upcoming U.S. legislation and other news pegs around thematic issues
  • Monitor window strategy for journalism clips and help maintain short form content pipeline
  • Create and maintain catalog of independent documentary films in production around thematic issues

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Experience with legacy and digital journalism outlets
  • Archival experience a plus
  • Strong interest in independent film and supporting independent documentary filmmakers
  • Journalism M.A. student. Must be a student currently enrolled in an academic program.

TO APPLY: Please e-mail resume, cover letter and short writing sample to jobs@itvs.org with Journalism INTERN/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Social Media Intern for Women and Girls Lead Global

Term: 16 hours/week

About Women and Girls Lead: The Women and Girls Lead (WAGL) combines documentary films, strategic communication promotion, in-country content production, facilitated film screenings and other engagement activities to bring social change. The goal of the project is to use powerful storytelling and transmedia strategies to improve the lives of women and girls in nine countries and reduce gender inequality by helping create knowledge, attitude, behavior, and policy change.

JOB SUMMARY: ITVS is seeking a social media intern to help publicize upcoming film screenings and engagement activities in Kenya, Peru, Bangladesh, Jordan, and India using in-country social media platforms. The intern must be available and flexible to work in San Francisco and remotely with the country coordinators across time zones. The ideal intern is proactive, disciplined, creative, and self-directed.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Research and develop stories and multimedia content to post on Facebook pages and Twitter feeds from all five countries
  • Blog about gender issues and engagement events in the five countries
  • Develop creative, strategic ways to use calls to action and crowd-sourcing to increase social media traffic to Facebook and Twitter
  • Support the engagement and outreach strategy as managed by the ground coordinators

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Experience with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, and in-country social media platforms
  • Strong interest in gender equality, sophisticated about cultures and languages, and passionate about the power of documentaries and social media (community engagement and publicity, a plus)
  • Must be a student currently enrolled in an academic program

TO APPLY: Please e-mail resume and cover letter to jobs@itvs.org with WAGL Intern/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.

Spring/Fall, Summer Semester Internship (college credit or unpaid)

Term: Full-time (8-10 weeks); at least 15 hours/week
Reports to: Department Manager

JOB SUMMARY: ITVS is seeking interns to support activities in the programming, production, communications, and business affairs departments. In addition to gaining hands-on work experiences, the interns will attend organizational and community engagement events, view producer rough cuts, and participate in staff activities. The interns will observe how programs are evaluated, managed, and distributed to reach the widest audience. The ideal student intern is passionate about documentaries, marketing engagement, outreach, social media technology trends, and other facets of public television and media. Based on the interests of the student, the intern will be assigned to a specific department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support the program proposal process (Programming)
  • Help with outreach and community engagement events (Communications)
  • Draft web content, blog entries, and social media postings (Communications)
  • Compile and edit video footage from event organizers for publishing on ITVS YouTube and blog platforms (Communications)
  • Support the execution of marketing projects and campaigns (Marketing)
  • Assist with the compilation of quarterly department metrics (Marketing)
  • Measure the reach and efforts of ITVS’s various social networking platforms and offer suggestions on how to increase impact (Marketing)
  • Strategize and execute social media campaigns to drive tune-in and increase engagement around the weekly Independent Lens broadcast (Marketing)
  • Electronic research of copyrights and intellectual property matters (Business Affairs)
  • Assist in organizing files, media, and updating electronic information (All departments)
  • Provide support as needed (All departments)

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Enrolled in school with a focus on film, broadcasting, sociology, public policy, or marketing
  • Detailed, organized, curious, and self-directed
  • Computer, software, and social media skills as they relate to job responsibilities
  • Eager to learn and contribute to a nonprofit media organization

TO APPLY: Please e-mail resume and cover letter to jobs@itvs.org with Intern/NAME in the subject line. No calls please.

ITVS is an equal opportunity employer.