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  The Daily News Producer produces spots and copy for WUNC’s local newscasts. S/he is responsible for the timeliness and quality of local newscasts. The Daily News Producer is the station’s “first line of defense” in making sure important news stories get on the air in a timely fashion. The position includes working closely with the station's anchor/hosts. The Daily News Producer also fills in as a substitute host and newscaster. 

The Daily News Producer reports to the Managing Editor. The position is based at the station’s Chapel Hill office.

Wisconsin Public Radio is looking for a Special Projects Reporter who loves data and public records and is comfortable working on stories that can take weeks or months to complete. You must be curious,  ambitious and willing to serve as a mentor to early career journalists. As a member of WPR’s Madison newsroom, this reporter will also cover breaking news as needed.

Live and work in one of America’s Friendliest Small Towns, according to Rand McNally, and tell stories for a new regional journalism collaboration. WKMS in Murray, KY is located on the beautiful campus of Murray State University, and minutes from the beautiful Kentucky Lake. 

The News Director has lead responsibility for the journalistic integrity of all station platforms and for executing WESA’s news strategy on-air and on digital platforms. This full-time exempt position reports to the General Manager and supervises (either directly or through deputies) all news department staff, including the Morning Edition and All Things Considered hosts.

Colorado Matters, Colorado Public Radio News' award-winning daily interview program, is seeking a Radio and Digital Producer to join its team in bringing meaningful and relevant stories to those in Colorado. We're looking for someone who loves to dig into issues, find the human side of policy debates, and explore a range of topics - politics, environment, energy, education, healthcare, business, and arts and culture.

St. Louis is rich with science and environmental stories. Where else will you find a landfill with an underground fire right next to a landfill contaminated with radioactive waste? Where else do you have debates over how best to manage coal ash ponds in an area prone to flooding? And where else can you find all of that in the same city where some of the most cutting edge scientific research is happening at three major universities?

St. Louis Public Radio has a unique fellowship opportunity for a budding journalist who wants to hone his or her skills while working in a dynamic, driven, entrepreneurial newsroom.

St. Louis Public Radio has an amazing opportunity for a creative, innovative, energetic editor who take the germ of a story idea and work with reporters to turn it into a radio and online gem.

  Summary

We are hiring for the position of Food and Sustainability Reporter. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work in a creative environment in one of the most fascinating and beautiful parts of the country, Northern California. As an organization we believe that audience comes first and that anything is possible. We embrace change and encourage innovation while building an epic workplace. Together, we bring our passion and have fun.  

Essential Traits

Boise State University seeks a dynamic individual to become General Manager / Executive Director of Boise State Public Radio.

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