KMUW, Wichita’s NPR station, is hiring a Director of News and Public Affairs to lead our award-winning News Department. This position will set the editorial agenda for local and regional coverage daily and plan enterprising feature coverage of local news for broadcast and digital platforms. The Director of News and Public Affairs will oversee a news team of five, work closely with another three cultural features producers, as well as the statewide collaborative Kansas News Service which includes another ten reporters and an editor. Development of a successful internship program is also key. This position will corral these content resources to provide exceptional journalism for the communities we serve.
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