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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.

NHPR is seeking a creative, adventurous and thoughtful reporter to join our newsroom as a General Assignment reporter with a focus on New Hampshire’s changing demographics. In this position you’ll do a fair share of general assignment reporting, but we’re also looking for someone with a passion for telling stories that explore the social, cultural and demographic evolution of the state.

The Community Idea Stations is seeking a General Assignment Reporter for our FM station 88.9 WCVE. This is a full time position with benefits and reports to the News Director.

This position will be responsible for covering local City Council, School Board, and Board of Supervisors meetings and other topics as assigned. The default shift would primarily be afternoon to late evening but may frequently involve some daytime hours. This position may also host occasional news programs as needed.

WRVO Public Media seeks a Director of News and Public Affairs to lead our award-winning News Department. While this position is located on the campus of SUNY Oswego, this is not a New York State position.

KMUW seeks two enterprise News Reporters: 1) to cover General Assignments stories and Education News; 2) to cover Energy & Environment News stories, in Wichita and Kansas. (See descriptions below.) KMUW seeks always to report news with integrity, fairness, accuracy and civility. These positions will tell stories through the diversity of voices that make up all of Wichita and Kansas by generating content for KMUW in the greater Wichita area, as well as for the Kansas collaborative of public radio stations.

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OPB is looking for a Producer for our daily talk show, Think Out Loud. This is an exempt, full-time, regular status position with benefits.

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North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a Music Producer/Librarian to work on the station’s new music discover HD2 and online stream.

KUOW is the Puget Sound Region’s NPR-affiliated public radio service for local, regional, national and international news, information and cultural programming.  They serve more than one million users monthly: on-air, online, live streaming and on demand.  KUOW operates four broadcast frequencies in Seattle and Western Washington State and produces discrete content services on an additional two HD channels. KUOW has the 6th-largest news room among individual stations in the public radio system.

Colorado Public Radio is looking for a News Director who wants to lead, inspire and grow a talented multi-platform team providing meaningful, thoughtful and in-depth news for hundreds of thousands of Coloradans. This senior leader will provide strategic direction for a team that has quadrupled in the past ten years to a staff of 27. Building on CPR’s current news plan, the News Director will develop the long-term strategies, tactics, resources, budget - and especially the people - to grow CPR News into the state’s most trusted news source.

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