On behalf of our amazing alumnus Christopher Deutsch ’97, who is a member of the founding team at Chattrspace, I’d love to extend to you this awesome internship opportunity:
Intern Opportunity Announcement (PDF document)
Be part of a revolutionary social media startup that’s launching Summer, 2012
Chattrspace is a free, web – based interactive broadcast and publishing platform that enables up to six people to video chat (via standard webcams found on laptops, desktops, iphones, etc.), while over a million people watch and interact live. Participants can easily record clips of the broadcast and blast them out to their social networks (Facebook, Twitter & YouTube) creating content avalanches across the Internet, greatly magnifying the reach and longevity of the live event. Those clips are also SEO opti mized, to create even more value for the broadcaster by greatly boosting their site in search rankings.
Viewers can also be pulled into the live video chat to ask questions and/or interact with the other broadcasting participants for a truly interactive e xperience. Broadcasters can host the entire experience at Chattrspace.com or it can be embedded as a widget into other websites or Facebook fan pages. Chattrspace rec ently hosted a c ongressional virtual townhall live on Chattrspace for National School Choice Week that included four US Congressmen in DC, a charter school classroom in Mesa (AZ), a hundred people physically at the Goldwater Institute in Phoenix and hundreds of online participants from around the country. Chattrspace has offices in Hollywood, Palo Alto, and Ariz ona.
Chattrspace has an ever- growing list of c ontent owners, broadcasters, politicians, NGOs, retailers and celebrities including: Dr. Bob Arnot formerly chief Medical Correspondent for NBC, MSNBC, a nd now on the Discovery Channel; Jackie Christie of VH1 ’s Basketball W ives and; John Salley, a four – time NBA champion with the Bulls, Lakers & Pistons and former host of Fox Sports’ Best Damn Sports Show.
Video about Chattrspace:
Video clip f rom Congressional Virtual Townhall (with four Congressmen):
Chattrspace is looking for high – energy, personable students that are passionate about social m edia and Internet startups . Successful candidates will have positive, “go – getter” attitudes and experience in or majors that support the following areas:
1. Internet Marketing
2. Video Broadcasting
3. TV Journalism
4. Interviewing Celebrities
5. Live video Customer Management
6. Publicity, News Releases, Media Management
7. Celebrity Relations and Management
Send your resume, a paragraph about yourself & contact info to: firstname.lastname@example.org