iHeartMedia has the largest national reach of any radio or television outlet in America. iHeartMedia’s platforms include radio broadcasting, online, mobile, digital and social media, podcasts, personalities and influencers, live concerts and events, syndication, music research services and independent media representation.
While hiring, iHeartMedia prioritizes certain hard and soft skills like the use of effective consultative selling practices, strong client service relationship-building skills, the ability to plan and organize in a fast-paced environment, strong negotiation skills, persuasive communication skills, strong problem-solving and analytical skills, flexibility, creativity, strong interpersonal skills and composure during tight deadlines.
The iHeartMedia Internship Program has been designed to provide undergraduate students with in-depth exposure to radio broadcasting and digital operations industries. The internship offers the opportunity to explore career interests, network with professionals, develop an understanding of the broadcasting industry and have some fun while learning. Interns rotate through multiple departments throughout the season like Programming, News & Community Affairs, Production, Media Integration, Online/Web Development, Digital Video, Digital Design and Sales departments and/or can focus on a particular department of interest
Initial Group Video Chat
If there are other potential candidates, iHeartMedia is known for group interviewing for the initial screening.
In-person Interview with Hiring Manager
If moved onto the next round, you will be asked to go for an in-person interview with a hiring manager where you will go over background, experience, and iHeartMedia.
This final interview will be with the manager of the specific department you are applying for, as well as the team. They will gauge your fit with the team and what you can bring to the team.
Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into iHeartMedia and the interview process
Do research on, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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