Posted in Other 8 days ago.
Location: Detroit, Michigan
Automotive News, a growing and dynamic business publication owned by Crain Communications Inc., is looking for an intern to help with the implementation of advertising packages and ensure advertisers are provided with a high level of pre- and post-sale service.
This is a paid internship, and in this role, you will be an integral part of a cross-functional Automotive News business team. You will regularly collaborate with sales representatives, advertisers, internal marketers, and the editorial staff.
This position is non-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act and is eligible for overtime pay if you work more than 40 hours in a workweek (or 8 hours in a workday in California).
Since 1925,Automotive Newshas been the go-to place for all the news that is happening among automotive retailers, suppliers and manufacturers. Whether it is breaking news sent to a phone, digital editions and web products delivered to a desktop, or stories in the award-winning print edition,Automotive Newscovers the news everywhere it happens around the world. Breaking news, data, daily newscasts, webinars, conferences and events are just some of the offerings.AutomotiveNews,Automotive News EuropeandAutomotive News Chinaare created locally and are backed by a global team of 50 editors and reporters, as well as a commitment to journalistic excellence.
Crain Communicationshas been at the forefront of the publishing industry for more than a century.As a privately held company, we maintain a personal responsibility for elevating our work to be the best it can be.
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