12/14/16 10:50am
Colbert wants you. Well, his network does, anyway. via Youtube screenshot

Colbert wants you. Well, his network does, anyway. via Youtube screenshot

Stephen Colbert is a historical figure of the 21st century. Not only did he manage searingly subtle satire on The Colbert Report that carried into the creative license he now boasts on The Late Show, but he’s always kept his political pilot light burning, and evinces a woke-ness that rivals most news outlets.

Now, you can share Colbert’s legacy: CBS is hiring for not one but TWO full-time producer positions on The Late Show, a Digital Producer and a Social Media Producer. FWIW, they were hiring for the social media position earlier this year, which can only mean one of two things: it didn’t work out, or they’re expanding the team. Either way, that’s more job for you, and a yuge chance to work alongside one of the comedy greats in taking Trump’s America to task every damn day. Read on to find out how to apply! (more…)

03/02/16 3:15pm
Quick tweet something about with that people will want to engage with

Quick tweet something about with that people will want to engage with

As the old saying we all know and love goes, “when it rains CBS opportunities, it pours CBS opportunities.” Not only is the corporation represented by an enormous all-seeing unblinking eye looking to expand their writers rooms’ diversity, they’re also looking for a social media whiz to climb aboard the good ship Colbert and become the show’s new social media producer. So step right up if you think you’ve got what it takes to tweet the most relatable, engaging and viral Colbert content out there. (more…)

Until he read this profile, he didn't know he was hosting. via Instagram

Until he read this profile, he didn’t know he was hosting. via Instagram

Despite the fact that we all watch late night take shows on YouTube these days, anticipation for Stephen Colbert’s Late Show has been building for months. You might be one of those people curious to see how Colbert does with the show, but like so many other lousy Millennials, don’t own a television. Quit looking around for an unauthorized streaming site or a very specific torrent and get yourself to Prospect Heights instead, because The Way Station (683 Washington Avenue) is showing the first episode in this potential new era of late night TV. (more…)