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Based in the state capitol, Boise State Public Radio is the premier NPR affiliate in Idaho. Through 19 transmitters & translators, it reaches 2/3rds of the state's population. Its headquarters, situated along the Boise River, feature all-digital studios and some of the most loyal listeners in the market. The city of Boise is ranked as one of the "most livable" cities in America. It features a historic downtown, with a vibrant arts scene and an active, outdoors lifestyle. There are hundreds of sunny days and miles of trails in the foothills above the city.

  •  The sports director will oversee all aspects of the on-air and off-air presence of WFUV's sports department, including producing New York's longest running sports talk show, One on One.
  • The director is responsible for student recruitment, training and daily supervision of staff.
  • The director will also interface with Fordham University Athletics and Sports Information offices to accomplish programming goals, as well as collaborate with the university's Department of Communication and Media Studies as appropriate to develop student engagement and professional training

WFUV has an amazing opportunity for someone looking to further their education and get invaluable hands-on experience in public radio journalism.  WFUV’s Grad Fellow gains experience as an editor/reporter/anchor in the WFUV newsroom. The assignment requires strong broadcast and digital editing, writing and production skills, advanced organizational abilities and excellent follow through.  The grad fellow must have strong mentoring ability to work with our undergraduate reporting staff. 

WFYI Seeks an Impact Editor, Health Reporting.  This is a full-time, salaried, temporary (two-year grant funded assignment) reporting directly to WFYI Vice President of Content, from whom overall direction is received, with significant and specific assignment input and direction from Managing Editor, Health Reporting . This position works closely with Manager, Philanthropic Giving.

WFYI is seeking a Digital Producer, Health Reporting.   This is a full-time, temporary (two-year, grant-funded) position that reports directly to the Web Editor, with significant and specific assignment input and direction from the Managing Editor, Health Reporting.

WFYI is seeking a full time, temporary (two-year, grant-funded assignment) Health Reporter.  The position reports directly to Managing Editor, Health Reporting

Capital Public Radio is looking for a seasoned newsroom editor. As the Senior Editor, you will assist the Managing Editor in coordinating cross platform stories and long range coverage planning throughout departmental divisions, including news and the Capital Public Radio Network.  You will collaborate with reporters and producers in an editorial capacity. You have a responsibility and understanding of news planning, reporting and production. The Senior Editor has primary responsibility for audio and online feature editing.

Detroit Public TV is actively pursuing dynamic and diverse team members to join us in the role of Social Media & Digital Content Coordinator  in Detroit, MI.

The KUNM News Department is hiring a reporter for our award-winning Public Health New Mexico project. The position is full-time, based in Albuquerque, and is benefits eligible through the University of New Mexico. Please consider applying for this position or sharing with other interested people. 

KJZZ in Phoenix, AZ is hiring a Senior Producer who will produce daily talk and/or magazine radio programming using digital media that includes the web, mobile, social media, databases and blogs.

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