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News Intern

KUAM internships afford aspiring students the chance to earn invaluable real-world experience while earning college credit from the region's most dynamic, most diversified, high-tech newsroom. 

Candidates report to the news director and executive producer and will assist KUAM News staff in producing nightly newscasts and special productions, generating on-air content for KUAM-TV and KUAM Radio, as well as managing content and social media flow for KUAM.com

Interns participate in activities including, but not limited to, booking guests and interviewees for appearances, preparing scripts for nightly newscasts, assembling each newscast's rundown, conducting interviews, logging sound bytes for reporters, and assisting KUAM producers with general operations during live broadcasts.

This is not a paid internship program, and is available for university-level juniors or seniors from accredited institutions. Eligible candidates must submit the following documentation prior to consideration:

  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • College transcripts
  • (2) letters of recommendation
  • Police clearance
  • Name of your student advisor
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    A longtime Guam Police officer finds himself on the other side of law. Police officer three Dennis Santos is now in custody at the Department of Corrections. His arrest is in connection to the July 4th car crash that occurred along Marine Corps Drive by K

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  • Globe passes Re-inspection

    Globe passes Re-inspection

    Courtesy: Guam Visitors BureauCourtesy: Guam Visitors Bureau
    Courtesy: Guam Visitors BureauCourtesy: Guam Visitors Bureau
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  • Taiwanese nationals face charges of visa fraud

    Taiwanese nationals face charges of visa fraud

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    They're accused of entering Guam in June claiming to be tourists under the Visa Waiver Program, but instead stayed and were working as hostesses at a local club called Wild Orchid in Tamuning. Taiwanese nationals Yu-Hsin Chang, I-Ying Lin, Chiao-En Wang, More >>
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