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The Health Editor is an experienced journalist responsible for writing and editing stories for KQED's health beat, including for local radio and digital news, spot reporting, feature reporting, contributing to the California Report and managing the State of Health blog. 

  The University of Oklahoma (OU) seeks a General Manager for its successful public radio service, KGOU Radio, covering more than one million Oklahomans with four transmitters and four translators. (http://kgou.org/)

  WFAE, the NPR news station in Charlotte, NC, is looking for a daily newscaster and host to anchor our midday news coverage. This person will be responsible for top-of-the-hour newscasts from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday-Friday, and produce segments for local cutaways during Here & Now. We want a robust news presence throughout the afternoon the successful applicant will play a very visible role in achieving this goal. The person will also serve as WFAE’s primary backup host for Morning Edition and be trained to host other programs, including weekends.

  Cover politics in one of the nation’s most purple swing states.

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a Politics Reporter.

The Politics Reporter covers breaking and enterprise stories with in-depth features, quick turn-around spot news, and reporter debriefs. Additional duties may include substitute on-air hosting.

The Politics Reporter reports to the Managing Editor. The position is based in Raleigh.

  Want your own talk show? WGCU Public Media is looking for a talk show host to engage with listeners, find trends and issues flying under the radar, and explore how they interconnect southwest Florida with the nation and the world.

  Nashville Public Radio is hiring a reporter focused on growing pains.

The recent boom in Nashville and Middle Tennessee has created friction — transit, preservation, gentrification, rising rents, crowded schools, changing neighborhoods. WPLN needs a reporter who has a sharp eye and can observe trends and note changes, and then find the voices who can tell that story on the radio and online.

  North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a reporter based in Greensboro.

The Greensboro Reporter covers breaking and enterprise stories with in-depth features, quick turn-around spot news, and reporter debriefs. Additional duties may include substitute on-air hosting.

The Greensboro Reporter reports to the Managing Editor.

A Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years of journalism experience is required.

  North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring an Education Reporter.

The Education Reporter covers breaking and enterprise stories with in-depth features, quick turn-around spot news, and reporter debriefs. One of the reporter’s first projects will be a series on equity issues in education across North Carolina. Additional duties may include substitute on-air hosting.

The Education Reporter reports to the Managing Editor. The position is based at the station’s downtown Durham office.

  The Board of Directors of Marfa Public Radio “Radio for a Wide Range,” seeks a General Manager for their service for the people of Marfa, Midland/Odessa and areas in-between. For more than ten years, Marfa Public Radio has been providing a vital and growing service, with award winning news coverage, to the people of West Texas, from the Border to the Basin, as well as listeners across the country.

Public Radio for Far West Texas

Louisville Public Media (LPM) seeks a President and General Manager for its highly successful public media service to the citizens of Louisville and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Through multiple platforms – radio, internet, and emerging media – LPM seeks to engage all segments of its community with compelling programming that informs, enriches and connects people to one another, to the state, to the nation, and to the world.

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