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Work, life balance There should be a permanent base salary
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Emmis Communications (Austin, TX) in December 2014.
I met with the head of the Intern Program at a career fair held at my university. I spoke with the head of the intern program and the current HR intern who was also at the event helping recruit. After speaking I received both of there emails and was told to email my resume. After I emailed my resume I was sent an Intern Packet (which describes in detail what your responsibilities at each intern position would be) and an application to fill out after you looked over which intern position you're interested in. After sending the email with my application I was contacted and asked to do an interview with the intern supervisor and their intern. After the interview I was contacted a week or 2 later and offered the internship
- Standard interview questions, give an example of yourself overcoming a difficult situation, tell us about a time you worked with a group, give us an example of how you overcame an argument/disagreement with a co-worker/group work and etc. Answer Question
Emmis Communications is into communicating -- whether it's through the radio or magazines. It owns and operates more than 20 radio stations serving more than a half dozen markets in the US, including clusters of stations in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City. Emmis also owns Network Indiana, which syndicates programming to more than 70 affiliate stations, and it has radio stations in Belgium and other parts of Europe. In addition to broadcasting, the company owns a portfolio of regional magazines and specialty publications, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, and ...