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.

Ways to Connect

  Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a Regional Reporter Southern Colorado. The Regional Reporter Southern Colorado develops the geographic beat that spans from Colorado Springs to the New Mexico border and to the eastern and western reaches of the region. This reporter covers developments in all areas CPR News covers - education, environment, government, health, arts, business and the stories that define the place - producing newscast items and daily and in-depth feature reports for radio, digital and social media platforms.

  Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a digital news producer with the passion and talent to delight and engage audiences in Colorado, and that cares about Colorado, on all digital platforms but especially on social media. The right candidate will be able to:

 

  Colorado Public Radio is seeking a General Assignment Reporter/Backup Host to join its Daily News team. The General Assignment Reporter/Backup Host is the primary backup on-air host for CPR’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition. When they aren’t hosting, this person is a full time general assignment reporter and expected to take the lead on daily news filing quick turn features for radio and digital as well as reporter debriefs and newscast material.

 

Iowa Public Radio is looking for a radio producer to join our Talk Show team as a Talk Show Producer.  This individual will be responsible for producing Iowa Public Radio’s talk shows, Talk of Iowa and River to River.

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.

  •  The sports director will oversee all aspects of the on-air and off-air presence of WFUV's sports department, including producing New York's longest running sports talk show, One on One.
  • The director is responsible for student recruitment, training and daily supervision of staff.
  • The director will also interface with Fordham University Athletics and Sports Information offices to accomplish programming goals, as well as collaborate with the university's Department of Communication and Media Studies as appropriate to develop student engagement and professional training

WFUV has an amazing opportunity for someone looking to further their education and get invaluable hands-on experience in public radio journalism.  WFUV’s Grad Fellow gains experience as an editor/reporter/anchor in the WFUV newsroom. The assignment requires strong broadcast and digital editing, writing and production skills, advanced organizational abilities and excellent follow through.  The grad fellow must have strong mentoring ability to work with our undergraduate reporting staff. 

WFYI Seeks an Impact Editor, Health Reporting.  This is a full-time, salaried, temporary (two-year grant funded assignment) reporting directly to WFYI Vice President of Content, from whom overall direction is received, with significant and specific assignment input and direction from Managing Editor, Health Reporting . This position works closely with Manager, Philanthropic Giving.

WFYI is seeking a Digital Producer, Health Reporting.   This is a full-time, temporary (two-year, grant-funded) position that reports directly to the Web Editor, with significant and specific assignment input and direction from the Managing Editor, Health Reporting.

WFYI is seeking a full time, temporary (two-year, grant-funded assignment) Health Reporter.  The position reports directly to Managing Editor, Health Reporting

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