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Cox Media Group - Houston has opportunities for summer internships in the Radio Marketing Department open to juniors and seniors attending college, university, trade and/or technical school. 

 

Students MUST be eligible to receive academic credit for the internship. 

To be considered for an internship, candidates must: 

• Complete an Internship Application; 

• Write a 300-word essay on why he/she is seeking the internship; 

• Provide us with a copy of his/her transcript; 

• Have an instructor and an advisor endorse the student’s application; 

• Pass background check and have a clean driving record. 

 

 Candidates may request an application by sending an email to Lisa.Searcy@coxinc.com.

Cox Media Group is an equal opportunity employer M/W/V/D. 

 

No phone calls please. 

POSITION: Marketing and Promotions Intern

DEPARTMENT: Marketing

REPORTING TO: Marketing Director

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual assigned to this position. Job results and criteria are intended to describe those functions that are essential to the performance of this job. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. All requirements, however, are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability. Employees have the responsibility of notifying their Supervisor and Human Resources of any disability which may require their position or responsibilities to be modified.

 

Function:

This is a ten week internship working 16 hours per week. Students will gain experience in marketing and promotional campaigns, on-air contesting, social media, public relations, and event production. 

 

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

     
  • Must have strong communication and public relation skills.
  • Must be well versed in social media and knowledgeable in mobile marketing. Knowledge in video recording, editing and Photoshop are a plus.
  • Must be computer/internet savvy.
  • Must have a valid Texas Driver License with clean driving record and proof of liability insurance.
  • Must have a good attitude and be able to work well under pressure.

 

Experience and Education:

     
  • High School diploma or certificate of completion. 
  • Must receive college credit upon completion of internship.

 

Physical Demands:

     
  • Must be able to lift/carry/set-up minimum 50lb equipment on your own.

 

Other:

     
  • Reliable mode of transportation 
  • Must be available and flexible to work nights, weekends, and holiday events.
  • Strong interest in radio, music, promotions, marketing, and social media.

Donald Trump's childhood home sells for 'yuge' profit

A real estate prospector just profited big-league from the sale of President Donald Trump's childhood home.

>> PHOTOS: Donald Trump’s childhood home

According to CNN, the 2,500-square-foot New York Tudor has a new owner just three months after Michael Davis bought the property in Queens' Jamaica Estates neighborhood for $1.4 million. Last week, an unnamed bidder reportedly shelled out $2.14 million for the home where Trump lived until he was about 4.

>> PREVIOUS STORY: Donald Trump's childhood home goes on auction block

The house, built by Trump's father, Fred Trump, has "a brick and stucco exterior and an old-world charm interior featuring arched doorways, hardwood floors, five bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, library, living room with fireplace, formal dining room, basement and more," Paramount Realty USA said in the listing.

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Read more here or here.

Blind woman says she and service dog were booted from American Airlines flight

A blind woman claims she and her guide dog were asked to leave an American Airlines plane after an employee called her "a danger to the flight."

According to the Portland Press-Herald and WLBZ, Sue Martin, 61, of Franklin, Maine, was traveling to San Diego earlier this month when she tried to take a connecting flight with her husband and service dog from Washington, D.C., to Dallas.

After requesting a different seat, Sue Martin, who is blind, and her service dog were kicked off of an American https://t.co/ppgrmOzstc pic.twitter.com/kPJLvJra26— 9NEWS Denver (@9NEWS) March 15, 2017

Martin told the Press-Herald that the trouble began when she realized there was no room for her dog, a German shepherd named Quan, near her seat. She then asked a flight attendant and ticketing agent about switching seats or upgrading to first-class but was denied, the Press-Herald reported

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Martin thought the problem had been solved when a first-class passenger gave her his seat, but then an employee asked her to leave, she said.

"The man said, 'You have to leave the plane,'" Martin told WLBZ. "I asked him why and he said the crew had decided I was a danger to the flight. I've never had anything  happen like this before."

American Airlines said it is "thoroughly investigating these allegations" and takes "all disability complaints very seriously," WLBZ reported.

Read more here or here.

Video shows moment Harrison Ford flew over plane before landing on taxiway

New video released by a Southern California airport shows the moment that actor Harrison Ford flew his private plane over a jetliner and mistakenly landed on a taxiway.

>> PREVIOUS STORY: Harrison Ford is under investigation after being involved in a passenger plane incident

The incident occurred about noon Feb. 13 at John Wayne Airport near Orange County.

>> Watch the video here

New footage shows Harrison Ford's recent near miss, flying over an airliner to land on a taxiway instead of a runway https://t.co/2CUiJLbMMs— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 22, 2017

Ford, 74, was supposed to land his Aviat Husky on the runway, but landed on the taxiway instead, E! News reported. He flew over an American Airlines Boeing 737 with 110 passengers and a six-person crew on board. The Dallas-bound aircraft was still able to take off minutes after the incident.

According to People, Ford asked air-traffic control, "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"

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Ford was not injured.

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident. If Ford is found at fault, he could lose his pilot's license.

Cat yoga: Felines, humans get zen together in new classes

Yoga lovers in Georgia are getting into downward-facing dog with the assistance of a few friendly cats.

The “Yoga With Cats” class has become a regular, sold-out feature at Good Mews Animal Foundation in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta in just a few months since it launched.

In each class, up to 15 humans spend an hour getting zen with a some of the shelter’s feline residents. A certified yoga instructor guides the beginner level classes as the cats roam freely around the room – often stopping for a little class participation or maybe a nap.

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“The cats are so curious. They are all up in your business but not in a bad way,”  said shelter manager Lisa Johns. “It is also a fun way for people to interact with the cats. The cats get attention and get loved on and the people are in a calming environment where they can practice yoga and hang out. All and all, it is a fun experience if you are into yoga and you are a cat person.”

Each class costs $20 – and since the instructor is a Good Mews volunteer who donates her time, all of the proceeds go toward care of the cats.

A few months ago, the creators weren’t so sure the idea would take off with the public. They heard about a shelter in California that did something similar and decided to give it a try.

“We are always trying to get new people into the shelter,” said board member, Nancy Riley. “We started our first class in July, and now people are coming back month after month. The people love it, but the cats really love it. It is so fun to watch them.”

In any given class, at least five of the 15 attendees have never been to Good Mews shelter before offering the organization valuable exposure to new people and the potential to find more homes for their cats.

Some of the cats have become yoga regulars, as well. Sampson, an orange tabby, has participated in every class, often getting into poses with humans. During corpse pose (savasana) at end of class, Sampson and his fellow felines take the invitation to lie across the chest of the nearest yogi.

For more information, visit goodmews.org.

>> Click here or scroll down to see photos from the classes

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SEE IT: Goat gets loose, goes on morning Starbucks run

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Maybe humans aren't the only ones who crave a morning coffee fix.

According to The Associated Press, a pet goat named Milly broke free from her Rohnert Park, California, home Sunday morning and ended up in an unlikely place – Starbucks.

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"Missing a goat?" the Rohnert Park Police and Fire Department posted on its Facebook page Sunday. "Imagine our dispatcher's surprise when she received a couple of calls early this morning advising there was a goat roaming around Wolf Den Plaza ... more specifically, the goat apparently needed a caffeine fix and had wandered INTO the Wolf Den Starbucks."

>> Click here to see the Facebook post

<script>(function(d, s, id) {  var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];  if (d.getElementById(id)) return;  js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id;  js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&amp;version=v2.3";  fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));</script>Missing a goat? Imagine our dispatcher's surprise when she received a couple of calls early this morning advising...Posted by City of Rohnert Park Police & Fire on Sunday, April 10, 2016

When Rohnert Park police Sgt. Rick Bates arrived, Starbucks employees were trying to feed Milly a banana, but she was more interested in a nearby box, he told the AP. He took the goat to the local animal shelter until the owner, Alan Ergenbright, got word and came to retrieve her.

"We are pleased to report the goat's owner sprung him from the Animal Shelter," the department wrote on its Facebook page Sunday evening. "Thanks to our followers for the assist!"

>> See the post here

<script>(function(d, s, id) {  var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];  if (d.getElementById(id)) return;  js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id;  js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&amp;version=v2.3";  fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));</script>We are pleased to report the goat's owner sprung him from the Animal Shelter. Thanks to our followers for the assist!Posted by City of Rohnert Park Police & Fire on Sunday, April 10, 2016

Ergenbright called Milly "a really happy and sweet goat."

"She's also pretty curious," he told the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.

Read more here and here.

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