Nbc de vida

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The corporate identity of NBC Universal changed and lost its famous vibrant colors of their peacock logo when General Electrics joined forces with Comcast Corp earlier this year. Today there are fewdivisions of NBC that still remain with the original logo. One of them is the division I intern for today which is the Local Integrated Media, a division that manages a series of NBC nationwidewebsites that provides news, entertainment and lifestyle content. I am responsible in assisting the editors of this team with updating and posting photo and video galleries online.

Dick Belsky, theVice President of Content for NBC Local Integrated Media, runs Local Integrated Media smoothly along with the other multimedia editors.  I report to Jerome McClendon, the Executive Multimedia Editor, onThursday mornings and all day Fridays. Although my job description may seem small, the effort and ability to complete all the tasks that are given to me is what makes my internship interesting andchallenging. Aside from updating the various multimedia galleries online, I also research the most recent top entertainment news and run it past Jerome to see if we should add them to all the nationwidecity websites. Jerome and the other editors make this division a dynamic atmosphere to work in. It keeps me busy and entertained while learning the many aspects of this field.

When I firststarted interning at Local Integrated Media I was a bit nervous because it was my first time interning at a major network. My goal is to be a well-informed, efficient intern. Having high expectations ofmyself, I wish to make a good impression and be noticed for my hard work. I usually arrive at my internship before most of the staff because I start my day there bright and early at 8 a.m. and endtypically around 5 p.m. As soon as I arrive, I receive a warm welcome from my supervisor and I begin to get settled in. Before Jerome sends me a "Today's Tasks" email, I make sure to have the following...