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Marketing Intern

Allied Integrated Marketing Hollywood, CA

Warner Bros. Pictures Relativity Media CBS Films Roadside Attractions Fox Searchlight Pictures ScreenGems/Tri-Star Focus Features The… Allied Integrated Marketing

30+ days ago

Publicity and Promotions Internship

Allied Integrated Marketing Los Angeles, CA

Allied Hispanic is looking for a bilingual intern that could be available Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Schedule would be from 10:00AM till… Allied Integrated Marketing

30+ days ago

Publicity & Promotions Intern

Allied Integrated Marketing Houston, TX

Please email Rachel Hengst at with a resume and cover letter to… Allied Integrated Marketing

30+ days ago

Sales development

Integral Marketing Auckland City, AUK +2 locations

We are an International Marketing company looking for 5 hardworking people to join our team!! Full training provided, no experience needed… Glassdoor

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Joseph H O'Donnell
8 Ratings

    Interns do publicist's work for pennies, treated poorly in work but upbeat office culture

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    Current Employee - Event Planner in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Event Planner in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Allied Integrated Marketing as an intern (less than an year)


    Free prescreenings of films, tchotchkis and promotional items, two hour free parking, and stipends for movies you take on. Like others have said, the amount depends on which studio. Parking is reimbursed, as well as other charges you incur. Opportunity to get creative with your events, but you end up doing so many of them its easy to get burned out. Only upside is the two people assigned to work with interns are pretty receptive and friendly. Many publicists mention the fact that they were interns once upon a time, highlighting the fact that if you stick around long enough they'll likely hire you once an opening comes up.


    You will get an email almost daily listing events that publicists have scheduled and have no intention of hosting; that what interns are there for, right? Except for the fact that you are already working on your own movie's events! Office hours are probably only a little more than half of the hours spent working for Allied. You will cold call until your fingers fall off from dialing continuously. Once you've done one movie and all the events that come with it, you've essentially done it all; there's no growth or room for honing new skills. Pitch event, host said event, snap photos of unsuspecting college students, write up a report and embellish. Same s*** different day.

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    Consider working with interns for a week, including them on your own projects before throwing film directives at them and telling them to go forth and schedule. Be up front with workload and outside office hour requirements.

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