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This editor will oversee a four-person team covering government in the Pittsburgh region, producing features and newscast stories for WESA’s broadcast and website. The editor will lead a team focused on enterprise journalism, especially around issues of government accountability. The editor will work closely with other staff editors and the news director to coordinate coverage. This full-time exempt position reports to the News Director.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Position Overview

This reporter will cover government in the Pittsburgh region as part of a four-person team, producing features and newscast stories for WESA’s broadcast and website. The reporter is experienced covering policy, campaigns, and issues surrounding the accountability of city, state, and federal officials. This individual will also strive to tell the human stories of people impacted by government and legal decisions. This full-time exempt position reports to the News Director.

Colorado Public Radio is re-structuring its thriving newsroom to capitalize on its continued growth and is looking for a seasoned professional to join the newsroom's leadership ranks as News Director. The News Director, second in command to the Executive Editor, manages day-to-day news coverage across all platforms; and works with editors and reporters to develop ideas for features, daily spots, interviews and digital content. The News Director collaborates with the Executive Editor on developing coverage priorities and newsroom growth.

Nashville Public Radio is hiring a seasoned journalist to be our Senior Editor, the second-in-command in the newsroom.

We're looking for someone who, like us, believes daily news can yield journalistic gems that help us understand more about our world, especially with thoughtful context and real voices.

Blue Ridge Public Radio, NPR for Western North Carolina, has a new position for a full-time regional reporter. 

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WVTF seeks a General Manager.  The General Manager will lead a successful NPR member public radio enterprise with service covering over half of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

WVTF operates two full time networks of all news (RADIO IQ) and all music (WVTF Music) covering a population of over 2 million.  The station’s annual budget of $3.55 million is supported by over $2 million in individual gifts. 26 signals across the state include Roanoke, Richmond, Charlottesville, Blacksburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, and more.  See wvtf.org for more coverage details.

The Senior Director and Chief Content Officer will be the leader of development, creation, and marketing of all content projects at a consistently evolving, community-centric public media organization. This leader is an integral, valued member of the CEO/ Executive Director's Senior Leadership Team, and is responsible first and foremost for ensuring that the Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) has the content needed to make the network a strong, viable, and relevant content distribution service for viewers, AETN members, and other stakeholders.

WFSU Public Media (TV & Radio), located in Tallahassee, Florida, is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to fill it's Reporter/Producer position in the WFSU-FM News Department. WFSU Public Media is the local PBS, and NPR station for Northern Florida and Southern Georgia and is a licensee of Florida State University. The WFSU-FM Reporter/Producer position is responsible for the production of daily news and public affairs stories/features for radio broadcast.

Valley Public Radio is seeking a qualified individual to serve as a general assignment reporter in California’s San Joaquin Valley. The position involves reporting, writing and assembling daily and feature-length news content for broadcast on the station and for digital platforms. The ideal candidate is a gifted journalist who is eager to work in a small but ambitious newsroom, and can excel in a variety of settings. Excellent writing skills, news judgment and personal communication skills are essential.

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Nebraska Educational Telecommunications is seeking a dynamic Radio Network Director who can articulate a vision for the network’s future as a statewide cultural and informational service organization, develop and manage programming and distribution strategies for state and national broadcast, assess community needs and create strategies to reflect those with NET radio programming to increase and broaden audience, leading and directing news and music staff and representing NET Radio at the national level.  Visit 

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