Urban Brew Studies are committed to investing in the future of South Africa’s youth. Thus they offer a 12 months internship program to talented young graduates. This internship may even lead to full-time employment, depending on the need within the company. Interns will have the opportunity to learn and gain hands-on experience within the broadcasting industry and environment.
Young, able and willing candidates are invited to apply yearly for their internship program. Urban Brew Studios is an independent production house. They can produce short and long form programming over a period of 24 hours. They can make the magic happen on any television, getting the shows out there. They do in studio recordings, as well as outside broadcasting.
The company produces a variety of shows and platforms, such as DUMISA, 1Gospel, ED, Soweto TV and 1KZN. They are constantly broadening their horizons and seek individuals who share their interests to become interns. Urban Brew Studios started in 1985, delivering programming superiority with a deep pledge to the social, and artistic talents on offer within South Africa. In 1994 the studio changed its name from INTV to Urban Brew Studios.
With the start of the year 2000, Urban Brew Studios became the very first, privately owned production company, which offered live broadcasts. These were done from their studios. They can still be found in the same location in Harley Street. It was known as the home of ‘Jamie Uys’. The name reflects a unification of cultures and was chosen upon the emerging of a new nation united.
They used the colorful calabash as a symbol, representing a mixture of talents, productions, and people. This is still their logo today. Urban Brew Studios are part of Kagiso Media Limited and a key asset within the media industry. They believe that ‘Nothing is Impossible’ if fired by the correct ideals in life.
The television industry is a tough business, but Urban Brew has managed to stay at the top. They are not bound by the industry expectations, but rather set their own. They have never tried to compete with their opposition companies, yet they deliver high quality at affordable rates. They also stand for hard work as nothing comes magically in life. They offer a close family atmosphere with devotion to production.
They have spread their wings over the last couple of years and includes a variety of other African countries to their production capacity. They have offices in Nigeria, Kenya, the Cameroons, and Zambia.
Urban Brew Internships Available
SABC has a variety of fields available each year, here are some that may be of interest to you, depending on your desired career path:
- Journalism in News
- Events Management
- Graphic Animation
- 2D and 3D animation quality
- Graphic Designing
- Video Editing
- Audio Recording
- Commercial Law
- TV Production
- Media distribution
- Content Marketing
- Audience Engagement
- Digital Broadcasting
Urban Brew Internships Requirements
Applications are accepted yearly for a variety of internships to fill an opening within the company. Applicants must be between 18 and 28 years of age.
Candidates will also be required to have the following:
- Candidates must hold a valid Matric certificate
- Candidates must be a South African citizen
- Valid ID book/card
- Candidates must hold a degree or diploma, within the selected discipline they intend to apply for
- Candidates must be MS as well as computer literate
- Must be unemployed for more than a year
- Candidate must have been searching for work for longer than six month
- Must be proficient in English (read, write & speak)
Urban Brew Internships Application
Internships online applications processes are made available every year. Candidates who are interested in applying can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, in the subject line please use ‘UBS Internships’. You can also contact them using their website. Enquiries can also be made at their offices.
Urban Brew Internships Closing Dates
Urban Brew internships close during the middle of February each year.
No late applications will be accepted or even considered.
If you do not hear from the company, you can accept your application as unsuccessful.
All short-listed candidates will be contacted.
The company is committed to the Equal Employment Act.