Jobs

KMUW-FM, Wichita Public Radio, licensed to Wichita State University, is seeking applicants for News Reporter.  This position will be part of a team responsible for growing KMUW’s news coverage by daily newsgathering efforts and by providing enterprising, timely, high-quality news and feature coverage for broadcast and digital platforms.

Public radio station WMUK at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan, seeks an experienced reporter to cover local arts and culture (Job Posting #0602420).

Public radio station WMUK at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan, seeks an experienced reporter to cover local government and education (Job Posting #0602419).

Idaho’s leading public radio station – Boise State Public Radio – is searching for a Senior Reporter. You must have a minimum five years radio reporting experience and have a penchant for digging into documents, filing FOIAs, asking tough questions, understanding data, and knowing how to produce sound rich features on deadline.

Director, News & Public Affairs Content Development and Radio Operations & Programming

Reporter Wanted at WUKY-Lexington

Aug 19, 2013

You will have the opportunity to cover breaking news and on-going local stories; produce spot-news reports and multi-platform in-depth feature-length pieces for local and national broadcast; and provide live reports from the field as needed. Minimum qualifications are Bachelors Degree and two years of related experience. Prefer a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism or equivalent with one year of newsroom experience. Interested applicants should attach a writing sample and email sample radio news reports to Alan Lytle (aflytle@uky.edu).  The deadline is Sunday, August 25.

Position:       SENIOR PRODUCER, WORD OF MOUTH

Fletcher Fellowship for Education Policy Reporting

Aug 8, 2013

North Carolina Public Radio, WUNC-FM, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, seeks a full time reporter to cover education policy.  This is a two year fellowship in partnership with UNC’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

The Fletcher Fellow will report quick turn-around spot news, interviews, reporter debriefs, and well researched feature reports. The position will have a concentration on statewide PreK-12 education policy reporting. The position will work out of WUNC’s Legislative Bureau in Raleigh when the State Legislature is in session.

Lead VPR's trusted, high-performing, and forward-thinking news team in this rare and dynamic opportunity at one of the country's leading public radio stations.  Vermont Public Radio is seeking an experienced journalism professional with a proven record of leadership, who inspires excellence in broadcast news and innovation in digital journalism.

This temporary, fulltime position beginning August 1st, 2013 and ending June 1st, 2014 is responsible for reporting on Pennsylvania energy issues such as natural gas extraction from the Marcellus Shale Deposits, State Energy Policy, and the industry’s effect on the environment.

Pages