Christine Paige Diers

Business Manager

Christine Paige Diers is the Business Manager for PRNDI.  She's worked for PRNDI part-time since 1997, and has become known to many in the organization as "Ma PRNDI."  Christine's day job is as Director of the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame in Sturgis, South Dakota (yes, really).  In a former life, Christine was a public radio news director in Grand Forks, North Dakota, then worked in public relations for city government and for a business incubator.

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Just added to the PRNDI Conference schedule! Environmental reporting field trip: Learn about everglades ecology and Miami sea rise. It'll be a valuable, hands-on experience for any journalist interested in reporting on climate change and how urban centers respond to changing sea levels. 

This trip will introduce reporters to the environmental issues in the Everglades and also an understanding of how the city of Miami is dealing with sea level rise. Breakfast and lunch are included.

Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a Western Slope Regional Reporter. The Western Slope Regional Reporter develops this geographic beat that is based in Grand Junction, CO and encompasses the western slope and mountain areas. This reporter covers major news developments in their region while also looking for the untold stories that define the place.

Colorado Public Radio has a fantastic opportunity for an Editor/Producer Community Content to join its growing news room. This new position will scour the state for voices, stories and community events that can be developed as programming for CPR's news service. This could include storytelling events, forums on issues and ideas, TedX and other individual speaker events and podcasts in and about the Rocky Mountain West.

Located in beautiful, coastal Wilmington, North Carolina, WHQR is looking for a leader to build on our success.

Founded in 1984, WHQR is a community licensed public radio station with both a news/information channel and a classical music channel. Headquartered in historic downtown Wilmington, we are a trusted source of news and entertainment providing diverse programming for the growing and thriving tri-county region in the state's southeastern corner, with additional coverage in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

You asked for it, now it's here! It's the schedule for this year's annual PRNDI Conference which will be held in Miami in June.  The schedule is below as we know it.  We'll continue to update the program as we finalize more details, but in the meantime, go ahead and get registered for the conference HERE.  

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a managing editor to join its news leadership team.

The Board of Directors of the Friends of WWOZ, Inc. seeks a General Manager to lead WWOZ into the future.

Based in the state capitol, Boise State Public Radio is the premier NPR affiliate in Idaho. Through 19 transmitters & translators, it reaches 2/3rds of the state's population. Its headquarters, situated along the Boise River, feature all-digital studios and some of the most loyal listeners in the market. The city of Boise is ranked as one of the "most livable" cities in America. It features a historic downtown, with a vibrant arts scene and an active, outdoors lifestyle. There are hundreds of sunny days and miles of trails in the foothills above the city.

Based in the state capitol, Boise State Public Radio is the premier NPR affiliate in Idaho. Through 19 transmitters & translators, it reaches 2/3rds of the state's population. Its headquarters, situated along the Boise River, feature all-digital studios and some of the most loyal listeners in the market. The city of Boise is ranked as one of the "most livable" cities in America. It features a historic downtown, with a vibrant arts scene and an active, outdoors lifestyle. There are hundreds of sunny days and miles of trails in the foothills above the city.

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