NBC Universal News Intern in Singapore, Singapore

Job Number 33528BR

Job Title News Intern

Business Segment CNBC

Sub-Business CNBC International

Posting Category Internships

About Us CNBC is the recognized global leader in business news, providing real-time financial market coverage and business information. CNBC’s international operations include regional networks in Europe and Asia-Pacific that provide the latest market information, unrivalled coverage of breaking news, in-depth analysis, and interviews with business leaders. CNBC in Europe reaches more than 110 million households, in addition to leading banks, financial institutions, and hotels across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. CNBC in Asia-Pacific reaches more than 70 million households in 21 countries.

Career Level Co-op/Intern

Country Singapore

State/Province - -

City Singapore


The intern will support the Reporter with the production of China Bulletins:

  • Daily bulletin (Mon-Fri)

  • Weekly bulletin based on the best content that ran on CNBC during the week

  • Fortnightly bulletin based on an existing Tech/Lifestyle package


The intern will be responsible on the following areas:

Supporting the Reporter in producing regularly scheduled China bulletins to our syndication partner, CCTV, including but not limited to:

  • Cull suitable content from CNBC’s global content output

  • Gather data and info regarding the selected topic

  • Coordinates with the editors and graphics team for visual elements and graphics

  • Helps to write and publish Mandarin scripts

  • Assists in the editing

  • Helps to write and publish English scripts

  • Able to commit for 6 months from 27th June to 5th Jan 2018.

• Excellent English and Mandarin comprehension and writing skills

• Detail oriented and organized, with exceptional prioritization skills

• Able to work under pressure and tight deadlines

• Ability to take initiative and work independently

• Excellent communication and a great team player

• Ready to learn and is motivated by the “breaking news” industry