Christine Paige Diers

Business Manager

Christine Paige Diers is the Business Manager for PRNDI.  She started working for PRNDI part-time in 1997, and has been full-time staff with the organization since July 1, 2018.  Known to many in the organization as "Ma PRNDI,"  Christine's work history includes serving as a Community Development Manager for the American Cancer Society and working for 8 years as the 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

WFAE, the NPR News station in Charlotte, NC, seeks a Morning Edition host. We seek a dynamic writer, storyteller and interviewer who welcomes the opportunity to ask challenging questions.

You must be an excellent journalist and broadcaster.  Essential skills include the ability to write and produce news spots during an on-air shift, conduct probing and interesting interviews, digital editing, on-air fundraising and the ability to operate a board. You will also have opportunities to produce sound-rich features on a variety of topics.

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC-FM, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is seeking a News Producer for its broadcast of Morning Edition. 

WFSU-FM seeks an individual with knowledge of the standards, principles, trends, and practices of radio. The successful candidate will manage overall production of news segments and programs for the news division. Develop and implement a plan to direct and coordinate production activities and assignments for local, regional, and statewide program distribution including directing any national story submission in consultation with the station manager.

Position:              Reporter, Seacoast Region

Classification:  Full-time, Exempt

Located in :         Concord, NH

About NHPR

North Carolina Public Radio, WUNC-FM, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina, seeks a full time Assistant News Director for Talk. 

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a full-time producer to join the staff of its daily radio show The Story with Dick Gordon. A successful candidate will help WUNC bring a fresh sound to public radio and creative ways to grow our audience.

The Station Manager/Host provides oversight of the daily operations of WACG, including administration, personnel, budget, locally originated programming, and promotions all in the interest of best serving the needs of the Greater Augusta community.  This includes planning, producing, and coordinating locally originated programming, as well as managing that programming with the guidance of the Director of Radio of Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB). The Station Manager/Host also collaborates with the greater Augusta community, including the University to insure the community is being appropriately reflected within GPB’s programming on WACG.

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.

Jonathan Ahl has informed the PRNDI Board that he is no longer serving as News Director of Iowa Public Radio, and therefore has submitted his resignation as PRNDI Board President effective immediately.

The PRNDI Board has since named PRNDI small station representative, George Bodarky, as the organization’s Acting President until the board election on June 30th. George is the News and Public Affairs Director at WFUV FM in New York.  He has been serving as PRNDI’s Training Committee Chair since joining the PRNDI Board in 2008.

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