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New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) seeks a Senior Producer of Podcasts and Special Projects to join our Creative Production Unit (CPU), a multi-media production team that creates and distributes our original programming and on-demand content. This is a new position that offers an exciting opportunity to work collaboratively and make a significant mark on NHPR as it develops new programs and future audiences.  Candidates with experience in long form audio journalism and storytelling are encouraged to apply.

North Country Public Radio is seeking a creative, ambitious, and talented reporter to join our award-winning, nationally recognized news team. NCPR is a stimulating, fun, collaborative place to work in a beautiful part of the country, close to the Adirondack Mountains, the St. Lawrence River and the 1000 Islands region, and nearby urban areas in Ottawa and Montreal, Canada.

We’re looking for a general assignment reporter -- enterprising and self-motivated, able to work on his or her own, and with a team.

WMFE is Orlando’s NPR news station. We’re looking for a talented, enthusiastic, reliable, results and detailed oriented Host/Reporter.

Responsible for anchoring local news segments as the local voice of network programming. Must have experience as an on-air host, reporter and producer in broadcasting. Strong public speaking, writing, interviewing, production, and editorial skills are a necessity.

WKAR Public Media, the NPR & PBS affiliate at Michigan State University, seeks a passionate, experienced and dedicated journalist to lead its coverage of government and politics in Michigan’s capital region.  Responsibilities include working with the News Director to develop vision and scope of WKAR’s government reporting. Must be able to research, report, write and produce multimedia spot and feature stories for WKAR’s on-air and digital platforms under tight deadlines.

Valley Public Radio is seeking a news director to lead the station’s trusted, award-winning news department in Central California. The ideal candidate is a veteran journalist with a track record of excellence, proven leadership and commitment to ethics.  Applicants should bring with them experience in broadcast, print or digital platforms and tools.  Candidates should be ready to use their skills and experience to support and inspire a talented team of reporters and help develop their coverage of both enterprise and daily news stories.

Lehigh Valley Community Broadcasters Association (LVCBA) is seeking an experienced leader (public media, non-profit or community leader) to serve as Executive Director of its radio station, WDIY-FM. The station, from its studios in South Bethlehem, serves the two-county Lehigh Valley area (population 660,000) with additional coverage of surrounding regions in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey. WDIY is the Lehigh Valley’s only NPR Member Station.

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation (KBC) seeks an experienced leader, with an exceptional background in management and media operations to be their Chief Operating Officer.

POSITION TITLE:  Content Editor

REPORTS TO: Executive Producer

LOCATION: San Francisco, CA

Climate One at The Commonwealth Club is changing the conversation about America’s energy, economy and environment.

  •   Deadline to apply: Aug. 15, 2018
  • Station: WLRN Public Media
  • Company: South Florida Public Media
  • FLSA Status: Full-Time Exempt
  • Reports to: News Director
  • Schedule: 9 am- 6 pm, Monday through Friday, or as assigned
  • Location: Primarily Palm Beach County, FL

To apply:

WWNO (New Orleans) and WRKF (Baton Rouge) are seeking a visionary News Director to help establish a new collaborative newsroom initiative. The Regional ND will oversee newsrooms in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, manage day-to-day coverage and work with reporters to develop ideas for features, daily spots, interviews, digital content, and special projects. The successful candidate will have the choice of being based in either Baton Rouge or New Orleans.