George Bodarky

President

George Bodarky is the News and Public Affairs Director at WFUV FM, an NPR affiliate station, based on the Rose Hill campus of Fordham University in the Bronx.  George serves as the Training Committee Chair for Public Radio News Directors, Inc. and is the Past President of the New York State Associated Press Board of Directors.  He is an award-winning journalist who trains undergraduate and graduate students at Fordham University in multi-platform journalism.  George is widely known for his vocal coaching and journalism training.  Over the years his students have won countless awards and have secured employment as anchors, reporters, writers and producers in commercial and public television and radio outlets across the nation.  Prior to working at WFUV, George spent many years as an anchor, reporter and news manager in commercial radio and television.

Ways to Connect

KJZZ in Phoenix is hiring a Broadcast Producer Manager who will host weekend programs and produce audio content.  Host will deliver on-air content and technical continuity among all segments of programming.

RIPR, with our strong reputation, exceptional public service journalism, award-winning staff and board of Rhode Island’s most influential civic leaders, is searching for a Chief Progress Officer (CPO) to help build our vision for vital growth in services and impact, generate substantial revenues from traditional and emerging sources, and maximize our position in the philanthropic community, corporate sponsorship circles and among local, national, and international foundations.

Capital Concerts in Washington, DC is responsible for the production and telecast of both the Fourth of July and Memorial Day concerts on the National Mall, for Public Television. The CFO provides business, financial, accounting, and administrative efforts to the organization to ensure CCI meets its financial responsibilities, fulfills its mission, and protects its non-profit status.

SFPBS is looking for a forward-thinking financial mind to play a key role in the strategic and financial planning process of the company, providing analysis and recommendations of finances and operations.

Position: Chief Executive Officer

Organization: Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa

About Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation:

Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation History

Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation (“PCBC”) is an independent public media organization, home to news/journalism via WESA 90.5FM and adult alternative music via WYEP 91.3FM.

WYEP

Does this sound familiar? You put your resources behind a great story that you and your staff are proud of. When it finally airs, it sounds great on the radio, and you're feeling swell. But within a few days your audience's attention moves elsewhere.

Join Christian Skotte -- Science Friday’s Head of Digital -- for a webinar about how Science Friday built their online growth strategy and dealt with fickle audience tastes and the ephemeral nature of news reporting.

Wisconsin Public Radio is looking for a Special Projects Reporter who loves data and public records and is comfortable working on stories that can take weeks or months to complete. You must be curious,  ambitious and willing to serve as a mentor to early career journalists. As a member of WPR’s Madison newsroom, this reporter will also cover breaking news as needed.

The News Director has lead responsibility for the journalistic integrity of all station platforms and for executing WESA’s news strategy on-air and on digital platforms. This full-time exempt position reports to the General Manager and supervises (either directly or through deputies) all news department staff, including the Morning Edition and All Things Considered hosts.

Colorado Matters, Colorado Public Radio News' award-winning daily interview program, is seeking a Radio and Digital Producer to join its team in bringing meaningful and relevant stories to those in Colorado. We're looking for someone who loves to dig into issues, find the human side of policy debates, and explore a range of topics - politics, environment, energy, education, healthcare, business, and arts and culture.

St. Louis is rich with science and environmental stories. Where else will you find a landfill with an underground fire right next to a landfill contaminated with radioactive waste? Where else do you have debates over how best to manage coal ash ponds in an area prone to flooding? And where else can you find all of that in the same city where some of the most cutting edge scientific research is happening at three major universities?

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