Cable Sales Intern-Fall 2017

Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution Inc. seeks a Cable Sales Intern-Fall 2017 for the DTVD Cable Sales Planning & Inv. department. This intern will be involved in a few key projects over the course of the fall and help support the VP, Cables Sales Management with various ad hoc assignments.
Aid in re-categorization of Warner Bros. vast library of television series, animation and specials released between 1930-2017 by genre and category.
Work closely with the Supervisor, Inventory Management, to ascertain material and metadata information for Warner Bros. films and tv series.
Screen various live action and animated series to ascertain quality of materials.
Perform special projects and other related tasks as required.
High School diploma or equivalent required.
Must have some college education and currently be enrolled in an undergraduate program; preferably in Film/TV, Business, Research, Communications.
No previous work experience required.
Previous internships or other work experience preferred.
Strong knowledge of and passion for television series, especially older (Pre-1990) series.
Strong Microsoft Excel skills. Visual Basic/Macro knowledge a plus.
Familiarity with emerging technology.
Ability to think outside the box.
Must have ability to develop & maintain good working relationships.
Problem solving, deadline work, verbal and written communication skills, multiple concurrent tasks, constant interruptions.
Attention to detail essential.
The Warner Bros. Entertainment Group of Companies is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital status, military or veteran's status (including protected veterans, as may be required by federal law), sexual orientation, gender identity or any other category protected by law.

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