New Ventures Fellowship 2022

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Dow Jones

New Ventures Fellowship 2022

  • Responsibilities

    Dow Jones New Ventures is seeking MBA interns who are willing to work for a world-class media company that is growing at its fastest rate in its history. The team needs smart, motivated interns who can help with various projects that will help DJ strategically adapt to the ever-changing media environment. This role will be based in our Manhattan, NY office on a hybrid schedule.

    Interns in this role will devote their internship to building market analyses, business cases, business plans, strategic reviews and other artefacts that will be of primary importance to the Dow Jones' New Ventures team. For example, we will need the intern to work on:

    • Competitive analysis for DJ's audio and video products
    • Evaluate opportunities with large tech platforms, especially aggregation, podcast distribution and OTT services.
    • Work with internal and external stakeholders to build business cases for the ideas for which the New Ventures team will request funding.
    • Become a subject matter expert on emerging platforms, technologies, and companies (e.g., the metaverse, subscription economics, alternative news products)
  • Qualifications

    The ideal candidate will be an MBA student who is comfortable building financial models, facile with Powerpoint and other slideware, and is passionate about the news and media industries.

  • Compensation
    $21 per hour for 35 hours a week
  • Industry
    Online Media
  • About Us

    Beginning as a niche news agency in an obscure Wall Street basement, Dow Jones has grown to become a world-wide news and information powerhouse, with prestigious brands including our flagship Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Factiva, Barron’s, MarketWatch and Financial News and other great products. World-class journalism lies at the core of our growing news-derived data capabilities, driven by innovation in AI and machine learning. We understand that the better the provenance of information, the greater the opportunity.