Under the general supervision of the Director of Music Programming, the Jazz Host is responsible for hosting a weekday jazz program and other programs as needed including Jazz24. This is part-time position with an hourly rate between $22 - $25.


Michigan Radio is looking for a determined and persuasive sales person to meet, and work with businesses and organizations around Michigan.  If you are goal oriented, a motivated self-starter with a high sense of accountability, able to organize your time effectively, while maintaining a winning attitude, and you love public radio, then contact us.

Job Summary – Do Work That Matters

Iowa Public Radio is searching for a Marketing Manager to manage all of Iowa Public Radio’s marketing and public relations efforts. The Marketing Manager will develop, coordinate and implement marketing and public relations strategies to grow and engage Iowa Public Radio’s audience. In this position, the Marketing Manager is responsible for creating opportunities to increase audience awareness and engagement and build trust by strengthening and increasing the visibility of IPR and the IPR brand. 

Host, Wisconsin Public Radio

The Opportunity

Wisconsin Public Radio is seeking an experienced broadcast host. Duties for this full-time position include filling in on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and our statewide talk shows on The Ideas Network. If you are the successful candidate, you will join WPR’s award-winning team of journalists committed to outstanding news coverage. You will conduct engaging live interviews on a variety of topics, and deliver newscasts and other continuity elements. 

Broadcast Engineer/IT Specialist

Supervisor: General Manager
Employment Status:  Full Time
Position Type: Non-exempt
Positions Supervised: Contractors

JOB SUMMARY:         

Responsible for supporting and maintaining mission critical audio and information technology equipment in a broadcast environment maintaining the technology necessary for keeping the station on air while ensuring the station is in compliance with all FCC requirements for engineering.


An Opportunity To Make An Impact

WBEZ has a an intern opportunity for our show Worldview, a show about how race, ethnicity, gender, identity, the environment, religion, politics, and economics drive and shape the news. The show celebrates 25 years on the air in 2019. It also engages experts to discuss international news from a local perspective, while drawing local connections. Worldview heavily features arts, policy, activism, and Chicago social movements. Worldview is the last team of journalists consistently creating original international content for a mainstream media outlet in Chicago. 

Our talk show The Morning Shift features in-depth interviews and conversations with local and national newsmakers, artists, writers, and innovators with host Jenn White.

WBEZ has an opening for a podcast intern. Our podcast interns will be involved with the weekly production workflow of several of our podcasts. You will learn how to book guests, engineer in-studio and recording out in the field. You will also assist with segment research, fact checking, posting content to social media and edit audio. By the end of their internship, you will have produced work to include in your portfolio.

WBEZ has an opportunity for a reporting internship in our newsroom. As a News Intern, you will learn the foundations of broadcast journalism.  As part of your experience, you will learn broadcast news writing, how to report short news items for our local newscasts, attend press conferences and cover breaking news events.  By the end of the internship, you will have learned how to edit audio, and report a news feature that will broadcast on air and online.