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WMHT Educational Telecommunications, a full service public media company serving eastern New York and Western New England seeks an experienced professional to develop programs and services to serve the community. The Vice President will lead a talented and newly integrated team including multi-media producers, education and community engagement professionals, and digital and social media experts, and have overall responsibility for original video production, educational services, community engagement and WMHT’s online and digital presence.

Qualifications

WDSE/WRPT Public Television seeks a leader to continue their mission of delivering exceptional content to their highly-engaged communities.

The ideal candidate will possess the vision and strategic focus to lead the station into the future, a persuasive communicator with a mature set of leadership abilities, a strong mission spokesperson and fundraiser with highly developed financial and business skills, knowledge of and experience with media, with a record of community engagement and collaboration.

WVTF/RADIO IQ has two exciting positions to shape our newsroom and strengthen the bond between our growing audience (approx. 170,000) and public media in Virginia.  Searching for smart, natural collaborators to work with dedicated staff on sound-rich local newscasts, in-depth features and online engagement.  Live in beautiful Roanoke Valley and direct a news operation that covers a substantial area of Virginia, including Richmond, Fredericksburg, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Charlottesville, New River Valley, Lexington, and SW Virginia. 

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WVTF/RADIO IQ has two exciting positions to shape our newsroom and strengthen the bond between our growing audience (approx. 170,000) and public media in Virginia.  Searching for smart, natural collaborators to work with dedicated staff on sound-rich local newscasts, in-depth features and online engagement.  Live in beautiful Roanoke Valley and direct a news operation that covers a substantial area of Virginia, including Richmond, Fredericksburg, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Charlottesville, New River Valley, Lexington, and SW Virginia. 

New Hampshire Public Radio is looking for a curious, innovative and engaging reporter to join our growing newsroom and cover Western New Hampshire for us.  The Western NH Reporter will live in the region and primarily report for the area, producing daily news pieces and features. He or she may also perform general assignment reporting throughout the state, as needed.

WGCU Public Media in Fort Myers, Florida is looking for a talented multi-platform journalist to join its award-winning news team. 

Excellent storytellers, who can produce sound-rich, in-depth and spot news, have superior on-air voice quality and a desire for enterprise journalism should apply. You will be a full-time reporter and substitute host.  Please have two years’ experience or a Master’s Degree in journalism.

Please provide links of your recent work in your cover letter.

We are hiring for the position of Web Developer. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work in a creative environment in one of the most fascinating and beautiful parts of the country, Northern California. As an organization we believe that audience comes first and that anything is possible. We embrace change and encourage innovation while building an epic workplace. Together, we bring our passion and have fun.  

Primary Duties 

Capital Public Radio is seeking an Interactive Producer, Engagement, who will enhance CapRadio’s presence and increase engagement across delivery platforms. The ideal IP, Engagement will have a solid journalism background, sharp writing skills and the ability to be CapRadio’s voice across all platforms. We’re looking for someone who’s not just interested in getting clicks, but someone who will increase our reach and strengthen our relationship with our audience in rich and meaningful ways.

  Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a Regional Reporter Southern Colorado. The Regional Reporter Southern Colorado develops the geographic beat that spans from Colorado Springs to the New Mexico border and to the eastern and western reaches of the region. This reporter covers developments in all areas CPR News covers - education, environment, government, health, arts, business and the stories that define the place - producing newscast items and daily and in-depth feature reports for radio, digital and social media platforms.

  Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a digital news producer with the passion and talent to delight and engage audiences in Colorado, and that cares about Colorado, on all digital platforms but especially on social media. The right candidate will be able to:

 

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