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

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?

St. Louis Public Radio has a unique fellowship opportunity for a budding journalist who wants to hone his or her skills while working in a dynamic, driven, entrepreneurial newsroom.

St. Louis Public Radio has an amazing opportunity for a creative, innovative, energetic editor who take the germ of a story idea and work with reporters to turn it into a radio and online gem.

Boise State University seeks a dynamic individual to become General Manager / Executive Director of Boise State Public Radio.

NHPR Seeks Producer

Feb 11, 2016

The Producer will be part of the creative unit that is responsible for the production of Word of Mouth, NHPR’s daily magazine program that covers arts, culture, and unexpected angles on news stories; and Outside/In, a new sound-rich, narrative driven program about the natural world and how we use it. Candidates with a love of radio and a demonstrated ability to create compelling audio are encouraged to apply.

We’re seeking a Statewide Coordinating Editor to lead the Texas Station Collaborative, an ambitious new partnership between the state’s public radio stations. KERA / North Texas Public Broadcasting (NTPB) is the hiring station for this grant-funded, two-year position.

The Executive Director will be able to work virtually from any location. Must be bilingual - English and Spanish.

KTOO has openings for two experienced multi-media journalists to join our news team as News Reporters, responsible for reporting news stories and hosting news programs on all of CCBI’s public media services, including 360 North, KTOO-FM, KRNN, KXLL, www.ktoo.org and www.360north.org.

As WSKG’s host/reporter, your primary responsibility is the live hosting of news programming, including radio newscasts and regular station breaks. In addition, you will produce multi-platform spot and in-depth content for news and public affairs programming. Both responsibilities will be fulfilled in alignment with WSKG’s mission and in adherence with high journalistic and ethical standards. In this full-time, union position, you will report to the Director of News & Public Affairs Content Development and Radio Operations & Programming.

Valley Public Radio in Fresno, CA is seeking a reporter to cover news in California’s San Joaquin Valley. The ideal candidate is a gifted journalist who seeks out stories that would otherwise go untold, possesses innate curiosity and determination in reporting a story. The candidate will be eager to work in a small but ambitious newsroom, and will be well versed in sharing stories on multiple platforms. The position will encompass reporting on issues of health and diverse communities, and some general assignment work.

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