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

WMRA-FM, licensed to James Madison University (JMU), seeks qualified applicants for the position of Director and General Manager.  This is an opportunity to lead a vibrant and significant station in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with a broadcast range spanning Winchester to Lexington to Charlottesville, Virginia. WMRA and our partner station, WEMC, are established stations in the local communities and are recognized for their quality programming.  For more information on the stations visit

A new Regional Journalism Center (RJC) - covering the issues of the Mountain West - is seeking a Managing Editor to lead a team of 6 reporters across 5 states. With seed funding from CPB, this is a partnership of six public radio stations: KUNC in northern Colorado, KUER in Utah, Boise State Public Radio in Idaho, KRCC in southern Colorado, Yellowstone Public Radio in Montana, and Wyoming Public Radio. The Managing Editor assigns, edits, and guides the editorial process for the RJC.

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a producer to join the team of its flagship daily, live talk show.

New Hampshire Public Radio seeks a producer/reporter to join its Creative Production Unit (CPU), a multi-media team that creates and distributes NHPR original programming and on-demand content. Candidates with a love of radio and a demonstrated ability to create compelling audio are encouraged to apply.

The Station

Capital Public Radio is seeking an experienced Environment Reporter to join our team. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work in a creative environment in one of the most vibrant and beautiful parts of the country, Northern California. As an industry leader in public radio, we work to inform and empower our listeners through excellent storytelling and community engagement. Together, we build an epic workplace where anything is possible. We embrace change and encourage innovation. We bring our passion and have fun. Above all, our audience comes first.  

Position Summary

The Development Director is responsible for designing and implementing a fundraising program that supports the activities of the station.

Position Duties

The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) seeks an Executive Director/GM to oversee the day-to-day operations of the network, fiscal administration and management, and long-range planning and development of digital applications.

The successful applicant will have a background in senior management, demonstrated experience with, and understanding of, public broadcasting, exceptional oral, written and analytical administrative, financial planning, fund raising and interpersonal skills.

Reno Public Radio (KUNR-FM) in Reno, NV is seeking an experienced Morning Edition Host with strong journalism skills to add to our expanding news presence.

KJZZ-FM seeks a Broadcast Producer Manager (BPM) of Content/News. The BPM-Content/News will produce radio programs by delivering on-air content and technical continuity among all segments of programming.  They will be responsible for editing scripts and audio for clarity, accuracy, creativity and context, and developing stories, cultivating sources, and maintaining the station’s journalistic credibility, both short and long range.

NHPR is seeking an enterprising reporter to cover a new beat for us: the intersection of the natural environment and the human-made landscape in New Hampshire. This is a new position for our newsroom, with lots of opportunities for creative reporting approaches. While your beat will include traditional topics like water quality and energy projects, you’ll be encouraged to dig deeper and think more broadly. Questions around infrastructure, business, science, development – even design – could all fall within this beat.