A Media/New Media intern in the field of marketing and communications works under the direction of a manager to assist with the administration and development of content for a company's many social media platforms. An intern's work on social media may feature references to the company's name, goods, and services.
The UK's media industry has recently experienced explosive growth and is on the verge of surpassing its rivals. It is projected that the UK's entertainment industry will be worth a total of £100 billion by the year 2026.
Roles that you can fit into being into Media sector are, Social Media Intern, Digital Media Intern, Content Marketing Interns, Market Research Intern, Graphics Interns, Ad and Media Assistant, and much more.
As a member of the marketing and communications department's media intern team, you'll lend a hand on a variety of digital communications initiatives. You will be reporting to a manager who will oversee and direct your work. You will be helping the team out by researching the market and looking for content ideas. In this role, you'll be responsible for managing digital platforms including websites and social media pages, in addition to creating other forms of online content in accordance with project requirements and goals with input from clients. In addition, you will assist in the creation and rollout of brand and marketing plans.
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