Rachel Osier Lindley

Keith Woods' 2018 Leo C. Lee Address: How To Make It Stick

During the PRNDI Awards Banquet on Saturday June 23rd, NPR's Keith Woods accepted the Leo C. Lee Award for his exceptional work in public media. Woods is NPR's Vice President for Newsroom Training and Diversity at NPR. He titled his address: How To Make It Stick.

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Join the award winning, innovative, fast paced news team at NET (Nebraska Public Radio and Television) as the host of Morning Edition. In addition to being radio host for Morning Edition, which includes running the board, doing live interviews, weather and promos, this full-time reporter will be part of our 8-person multi-media news team (NET News) creating cross platform news stories for radio, web and television.

KBBI in Homer, AK Seeking a Reporter/ME Host

Oct 29, 2012

KBBI in beautiful Homer, Alaska is seeking applications for a full-time "Morning Edition" host and news reporter. The Morning Edition host provides continuity during KBBI morning programs, reads local morning newscasts and operates/troubleshoots the automation system. Works with news director to produce news content for air and for the web. 

10 Ideas for Covering The Big Event

Oct 24, 2012

WUSF News Director Scott Finn and WFAE News Director Greg Collard reflect on their coverage of the national conventions:  

"This is the best thing we've ever done."

That was the judgment not of a GM or PD. This came from a hard-bitten engineer who's been working at the station since the Nixon Administration...and does not usually hand out compliments.

He's talking about our coverage of the national convention.

At WUSF in Tampa and WFAE in Charlotte, we knew we’d have to really up our game during these conventions. WUSF temporarily tripled the size of its newsroom, from 9 to 27. It added a daily hour-long talk show in the morning AND a half-hour magazine show called "The Convention Today" at night.

WGCU Public Media in Fort Myers, Florida is looking for a talented journalist to join its award-winning news team. 

This multi-platform journalist for radio, web and occasionally for TV could also occasionally host a weekly call-in talk show, Morning Edition and All Things Considered as needed.   

Excellent story tellers who can produce sound-rich radio, have superior on-air voice quality and experience hosting should apply.

St. Louis Public Radio and the St. Louis Beacon announced today their intention to explore forming an alliance to better serve the community through journalism.

A letter of intent was signed by Margaret Wolf Freivogel, a founder and the editor of the St. Louis Beacon, and Tim Eby, St. Louis Public Radio general manager.

Reprinted from the Nieman Journalism Lab and courtesy of Andrew Phelps

NPR has become a poster child for legacy news organizations’ ability to reinvent themselves for the digital age: Its website and mobile apps are used by millions of people, NPR Music is a runaway hit, office hack days are a model for other newsrooms, and the network’s news apps team is attracting top talent.

And then there are individual NPR stations, so many of which have no reputation for innovation. As consumers find more ways to get NPR in their ears, they have fewer reasons to tune in to their local broadcaster.

WGCU Public Media in Fort Myers, Florida is looking for a talented journalist to join its award-winning news team. 

This multi-platform journalist for radio, web and occasionally for TV could also occasionally host a weekly call-in talk show, Morning Edition and All Things Considered as needed.    Excellent story tellers who can produce sound-rich radio, have superior on-air voice quality and experience hosting should apply.

DEADLINE FOR GRANT PROPOSALS EXTENDED TO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH AT 5 PM EST.

Study: Community Differences in News Consumption

Sep 26, 2012

From large urban areas to rural communities, Americans often report similarly high levels of interest in news.  Still, a national survey shows that community differences emerge in the number and variety of local news sources people use in different types of communities, as well as their degree of “local news participation” through social media and their mobile news consumption.

Reaping The Benefits Of The Digital Era

Sep 25, 2012

With Public Post Vermont Public Radio takes advantage of electronic records to conduct more independent fact-finding for the benefit of Vermont.

In aggregating government documents in a searchable online database, our newsroom has rethought the way we cover Vermont’s communities.  Since we launched last year, we’ve already reaped the benefits of the digital era. For example, we found an item about license plate readers sparking privacy concerns in Hardwick’s minutes, which became a story in a VPR newscast and then was carried by NPR.

Read more about VPR's Public Post here.

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