Television is another industry that my career coach suggested. I really never considered it before an associate of mine told me about her summer internship at Oxygen in NYC. The digital component of a tv show for example is a huge part of the marketing strategy. It's another way to engage consumers and give advertisers impressions. I think developing the content of the website component of a show would be super fun and allow me to be creative. Reality TV series are big on using their website to have users comment about a show, tweet about characters, create avatars, upload their own content or participate in a contest. Plus, as the prime demographic, I'm sure I can give good perspective on how to engage an audience.
Examples of Website Components for TV Shows:
Real Housewives: Bonus footage, photo gallery, Real Housewives game, and cast blogs.
Bad Girls Club: Blogs, , and photos on your mobile device. Plus, play the game.
Millionaire Matchmaker: Rate the headshots of dates, and ask the matchmakers blog.
Modern Family: Interviews with cast, explore the family tree, memorable character quotes.
30 Rock: Backstage with characters, trivia games, name the baby game, download wallpaper.