Social Media + Digital Content Creation Internship

103.7 KISS-FM

103.7 KISS-FM (WXSS) is Milwaukee's number one hit music station, owned by Entercom Milwaukee which also owns 99.1 The Mix (WMYX).

Position Details

Social Media + Digital Content Creation Internship
Southeast Wisconsin
Hales Corners, WI

The purpose of this internship is to offer an opportunity to grow professional experience within the radio industry (specifically 103.7 KISS-FM and 99.1 The Mix) while gaining a better understanding around creating digital content for websites and social media.

Supervision will be provided by the Digital Program Director of 103.7 KISS-FM and 99.1 The Mix. Hours are typically 10-15 hours per week during the Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters or as pre-determined by the school advisor and Digital Program Director.


  • Curating content to be shared on social media platforms (including Facebook + Twitter)
  • Update Twitter Lists to keep them relevant and helpful for content curation
  • Writing blog content to be published on +
  • Creating original content via video, photo, or written for social media
  • Adding captions and/or transcribing video content into written content
  • Engaging with listeners by replying and responding to comments while using the appropriate brand voice
  • Aid in reviewing analytics/statistics to make informed decisions around digital strategies
  • Assist with content brainstorming for digital needs (website, social media, e-newsletters)
  • Support research efforts in finding relevant hashtags for a given platform (i.e. Instagram)
  • Attending Twitter chats to stay on top of current trends and best practices
  • Other duties to be assigned as needed
  • Currently enrolled in college or a university and able to receive class credit for internship
  • Interest (or current experience) in social media marketing and content creation
  • Basic computer, smartphone, and writing skills

Internships are non-paid and must be set up through an advisor at the student’s college or university for class credit

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