Iowa Public Radio (IPR) seeks an experienced news professional to join IPR’s award-winning 11-member news team as News Director. 

Title: Managing Editor, News
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
ideastream®, is adding capacity to create content built around news, health, education, arts and culture, community issues, and state government.  We’re searching for a seasoned news leader ready to explore, navigate and manage coverage across radio, TV and digital space; someone who thrives in an expanding but uncertain universe.

WWNO seeks a Coastal Reporter.

Someone with a station background might be a good fit for this role.

OK, so you won’t be the new voice of NPR . . . but you can live in the great state of Maine AND be the new Producer / Host of Maine Public Broadcasting’s afternoon  / evening drive program block of All Things Considered / Maine Things Considered. MPBN is an award-winning statewide public radio service looking for an exceptional and experienced journalist and host to produce and anchor this dynamic Monday through Friday news and information-filled drive-time program. This could be you.

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  WEKU in Richmond/Lexington, KY seeks a talented, creative and aggressive multi-platform journalist with the skills of a 21st Century News Content Manager and all the abilities of a traditional News Director. The successful applicant will lead the station's award-winning news team in continuing to be the most reliable outlet for in-depth, NPR-style news and information programming in Central and Southeastern Kentucky.

Want to work with a PRNDI award-winning newsroom? How about one of the best morning teams in public radio?

Iowa Public Radio (IPR) seeks an experienced news professional to join our staff as news director.

UALR Public Radio is accepting applications for the position of News Reporter/Anchor (P98344) for radio station KUAR FM 89.1. The position is responsible for delivering local newscasts and breaks during KUAR's most listened-to program, "Morning Edition," and other programs as needed.

Statewide network of public radio affiliates seeks an experienced and energetic radio journalist to serve as Richmond, VA Bureau Chief.  The successful applicant will be a strong storyteller with a documented background of producing content that is newsworthy, original, informative and thought-provoking.