A Video intern is tasked to create content for the Daily Bruin Video section. Not only does the section provide a second layer of compelling content for other sections of the Bruin, but also finds more visual stories around UCLA worth telling.
An intern will learn how to pitch, interview, film and edit videos to form these stories. They will better understand the digital landscape from professional mentorships in the digital media and film industry.
No previous experience is necessary. Gain valuable skills and pieces to add to your portfolio in an emerging and powerful medium, while joining a community of videographers, film lovers, and storytellers.
No previous experience necessary, but we want to know what you know!
Check all that apply!
Check all that apply!
Video journalism is a growing field in the news and media community, especially in the last few years. Why do you think Video is important in our current world today?
Why do you want to join Daily Bruin Video? What will you contribute to our section?
You are covering a news story about a club on campus. What are the basic steps in creating this video?
What interests you more: the journalistic aspect (creating stories/interviewing subjects) or the video aspect (camerawork/editing)?
If both, all the better!
News, Opinion, Sports, A&E
Please rank each section 1-4. 1 being most interested, 4 being least interested.
Example: (1) Sports, (2) News, (3) Opinion, (4) A&E
You will not be limited to a single section if you are interested in more than one.
Write "N/A" as your answer for the sections you are uninterested in.
[NEWS] 1) What channels/outlets online do you think are a good model for video journalism?
2) What kinds of stories on campus do you think would warrant video coverage?
1) How is presenting your voice through the medium of video different from print?
2) Pitch an idea for an opinion video, and describe a bit about how you would put it together.
[SPORTS] (1) Why are you interested in covering sports?
(2) We will be doing a beat system for sports this year. Name one UCLA sport you'd want to cover and why.
[A&E] Each year, we cover events such as Bruin Bash and Spring Sing. How would you bring a fresh outlook to a story like this? What new perspective would you bring?
Spring Sing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGYRsYyn6yE