It helps to know someone who works there. If you are determined to go there, best advice is to contact HR directly about an internship. When I was there sometimes recruiters were utilized for directors and executives. They don't need recruiters for rank-and-file positions. Unless your career is directly related to advertising or production, don't bother. Jobs outside of advertising or production (TV/radio/internet content) are just not valued there--you will be underemployed outside of those functions. Every sports nut in the country wants to work there--maybe to the extent that pay is optional.