INTERN WITH SHARKSLIVE
The team of Sharkslive consist of some of the regions top shark scientists, wranglers, film-makers and conservationists. Join our team as a intern on the Sharklive production crew to immerse yourselves in bringing the Sharkslive daily production to life. Broadcasting to 1000’s of online shark fans throughout the world.
Are Sharks and Television your passion
Sharkslive is seeking interns to assist in running our daily shark expedition broadcasts. As an intern you will receive extensive training in producing live productions and working with and filming great white sharks. Our team works daily from three locations, including the shark expedition, the broadcast studio and control room, and our roving production team, that follows the daily work of the shark scientist and students. As a Sharkslive intern you will be assigned daily to one of these teams and turn the daily shark adventures into live streaming entertainment and education for our online audience.
Our internship program is by application, and we do request that applying interns have some experience in the use of consumer – prosumer video equipment, be comfortable at sea, and be able to contribute for a minimum period of 1 month. If this sounds like you, then please submit an application form or send us a note so that we may answer any further questions you may have.
What do Interns do Daily?
Interns are assigned one of four roles on a daily basis. These include:
- Field Producer – Field producer role is to head into the field, either on the shark diving expedition or accompanying the research scientists, and setup the broadcast equipment, begin streaming, and manage the live feed throughout the duration of the Sharkslive Broadcast
- Host / Commentator. Take you passion for the silver screen into shark central. As part of your work on the Sharkslive program, you will be able to host, guide and present different aspects of our daily production, from in studio interviews to shark expedition hosting. If you prefer to stay off camera, just let us know and we can work around this.
- Social Media Manager. Sharkslive is all about community and offering an interactive shark experience for our viewers. Social Media manager is responsible for being to conduit between our viewers and our crew – answering posted questions, feeding through questions to our host, as well as, ensuring potential viewers are alerted, tuned in, and ready for each broadcast of Sharkslive.
- Studio Technician. Studio technician’s role is to setup and bring to life the Sharkslive studio on a daily basis – the central hub of our broadcast. The technician is responsible for controlling studio cameras, setting up audio, assisting the broadcast director, assisting guests, and helping ensure that the broadcast is a smooth success on a daily basis.