WOSU Public Media and 89-7 NPR News seeks an enterprising multi- media journalist who can report for radio.

The successful candidate will generate meaningful story ideas, perform research, conduct interviews and produce news stories for radio, the web, podcasts and other digital channels that meet deadlines and WOSU News editorial guidelines for accuracy, fairness and balance. The candidate actively will engage audiences through social media channels.

Join our public media staff as the Regional News Director for CoastAlaska and provide leadership to a committed team of Alaska journalists in Southeast and Unalaska. The successful applicant will be responsible for reporting regional broadcast and online news, coordinating regional news coverage and editing, producing and hosting news programs and managing social media connections.

The successful employee will have the following skills and personal traits:

KUOW in Seattle has openings for five positions that seek to reshape delivery of daily news and breaking news coverage both on-air and through digital media. The station is hiring a Morning News Host, Morning Senior Producer and a Morning Reporter– as well as – an Afternoon News Host and Afternoon Senior Producer. 

Iowa Public Radio is looking for a radio producer to join our Talk Show team as a Talk Show Producer.  This individual will be responsible for producing Iowa Public Radio’s talk shows, Talk of Iowa and River to River.

Journalists at WUWM identify, report, edit and produce a wide range of stories for all WUWM programs and digital platforms.

The education reporter will cover issues, debates and policy matters in that field. The person must be inquisitive, exploring the "how" and "why" of an issue, putting complex stories into context.

Specific duties include:

Journalists at WUWM identify, report, edit and produce a wide range of stories for all WUWM programs and digital platforms.

The innovation/business reporter will primarily focus on innovation in the fields of health, science and technology, and business in southeastern Wisconsin.

Specific duties include:

Full-time, Exempt, Temporary (one-year, grant-funded position)


The Multimedia Reporter/Editor is responsible for contributing digital and broadcast content to Side Effects Public Media, WFYI’s health-focused news service. The role reports and produces spot and enterprise stories with a digital-first approach and works with other reporters to adapt and enhance broadcast content for effective digital and social presentations that deepen readers’ experience and understanding.


Full Time Salaried Permanent Position


The Managing Editor provides editorial leadership for Side Effects Public Media, a regional collaboration including six public radio stations, headquartered at WFYI. The position manages a team of reporters who produce outstanding enterprise journalism that brings to light important public health issues in Indiana and the central Midwest.

Major Responsibilities

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

Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations (IPBS) is a not-for-profit association of 17 public TV and radio stations which serve the state of Indiana.  Representing the 17-member stations, IPBS is the coordinating office for statewide project partners to connect with all Indiana public broadcasters. IPBS represents a remarkably powerful tool to reach the entire state and beyond. Indiana public television and radio providing engaging educational and informational programming for Indiana citizens.