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WFSU-FM seeks an individual with knowledge of the standards, principles, trends, and practices of radio. The successful candidate will manage overall production of news segments and programs for the news division. Develop and implement a plan to direct and coordinate production activities and assignments for local, regional, and statewide program distribution including directing any national story submission in consultation with the station manager.

Fordham University’s Graduate Program in Public Communications and NPR affiliate station, WFUV FM, are pleased to offer year-long fellowships in public media.

Position:              Reporter, Seacoast Region

Classification:  Full-time, Exempt

Located in :         Concord, NH

About NHPR

 

 Mississippi Public Broadcasting is seeking an experienced broadcast journalist to serve as our Gulf coast/South Mississippi correspondent.   This person will produce NPR-style news stories and features on issues of local and regional interest.  The Reporter/Producer will contribute to MPB’s overall local news production including daily and spot news coverage, special programs and newsmaker interviews.  

North Carolina Public Radio, WUNC-FM, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina, seeks a full time Assistant News Director for Talk. 

WRVO is seeking a part-time Mohawk Valley reporter.

WRVO is seeking a morning news producer/reporter.

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a full-time producer to join the staff of its daily radio show The Story with Dick Gordon. A successful candidate will help WUNC bring a fresh sound to public radio and creative ways to grow our audience.

Capital Public Radio is looking for a State Government Reporter! If you love politics, journalism and public radio, this job is for you. 

WBHM Seeks A Host/Reporter

Dec 14, 2012

WBHM in Birmingham is looking for a news host and reporter. 

You’ll be responsible for hosting one of their flagship news programs – either Morning Edition from 5 – 9 a.m. or All Things Considered and Marketplace from 3 – 7 p.m.

The “Producer” part of the job entails researching, reporting and producing NPR-style, in-depth, local stories which air on Morning Edition and All Things Considered and online at wbhm.org. Participation in on-air pledge drives and occasional fill-in work will also be required.

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