Great place to learn about television.
Pros: downtown dc, parties, fun environment.
A typical day was very relaxed but there was an air of importance in what was created. I learned a great deal about all levels of the production process and was even able to see my own script, as an intern, on television.
Management was amazing and super helpful. The only issue with Nat Geo is that it seems to constantly get caught up in bureaucracy.
The – more... hardest part about work, as you will find in a lot of entertainment, is the pace. It was at times very slow and at other times very fast. Kinda hard to plan a weekend around that.
The most enjoyable part was absolutely the people I worked with. I also was able to sit in on the conception of a show, help write it, watch it become created, and ultimately watch it on the TV. – less