The Department of Media, Journalism and Film features a dynamic internship that routinely places between 60-75 students each year in for-credit and paid internships. Over the past several years, among other places, students have worked at the Chicago Tribune, Redeye (Chicago), San Diego Union-Tribune, New York Post, Cincinnati Enquirer, Columbus Dispatch, Dayton Daily News, Hamilton Journal News, Middletown Journal, Richmond Palladium-Item, Springfield New Suns, Youngstown Vindicator, Oxford Press, Cincinnati Magazine, Cincinnati Business Courier, WKRC-TV and WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, WBNS-TV and WCMH-TV in Columbus, WEWS-TV in Cleveland, CNN en Espanol (New York), Bravo, CBS News, NBC News, NBC page program, Fox News (Washington), WGN-TV (Chicago), W Magazine (New York), Country Living (New York), Seventeen (NY), Elle (NY), F&W Publications (Cincinnati), Fox Sports Net (Chicago), Cincinnati Reds, and National Basketball Association (New York).

Above: MJF students Hayley Drumm and Jenny Cope (Mass Com) and Ally Shultz (JRN) were on hand for the Monday, Nov. 18, dedication of Seacrest Studios at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, with TV/radio personality Ryan Seacrest cutting the official ribbon. The radio/TVion center inside the hospital, which just opened this fall, offers patients and their families a welcome distraction while flexing their creative muscles. Miami's three MJF students began interning with studio director Zach Wells this fall.