KCLU in Thousand Oaks, California is currently seeking a Director of Operations and Programming. This is a full-time, exempt position at California Lutheran University.
BASIC FUNCTION:Under the direction of the General Manager of KCLU Radio, the Director of Operations and Programming, implements, executes and analyzes the programming and operations of the radio station.
• Performs technical maintenance and operation of all broadcast equipment.
WMFE-FM in Orlando is seeking an experienced, professional, and creative News Director with an established record of excellence. The News Director will manage and lead a talented staff in planning, producing and presenting the news across various platforms (radio, mobile, web, etc.). The News Director contributes content on a regular basis and is part of the news team. The Candidate will also use social media to keep the online audience up to date on news items, and provide blog posts and online content for WMFE.ORG. For full consideration, Application must be received by 12/31/14.
You will oversee the work of producers from full partner and contributing partner public radio and public TV stations in the southern region. The Managing Editor will be an active convener of education coverage, helping to create a coherent editorial perspective that can be shared in the region and nationwide.
-Plan, assign and edit content for the Southern Education Desk for TV, radio and digital platforms.
-Manage relationships with partner stations and producers.
You’ll be responsible for hosting All Things Considered and Marketplace from 3-7 p.m. The producer part of the job entails researching, reporting and producing NPR-style, in-depth, local stories which air on Morning Edition and All Things Considered and publish online at WBHM.org. Participation in on-air pledge drives, occasional fill-in work, and some recording of automation breaks will also be required. This position reports to the Program Director and the News Director.
Fund drives, in particular, provide a constant flow of delectable edibles. Anytime a drive rolls around at my station, I don’t have to grocery show for a week. And then there are election nights. Who among us hasn’t bonded with others in our newsrooms over a cold slice of pizza or a hoagie?