Radio and Television

Corporate Support Manager

North Carolina Public Radio WUNC, Chapel Hill

 

North Carolina Public Radio WUNC is hiring a Corporate Support Manager.


CREATIVE PRODUCER - DENVER

Calling all creative and innovative multimedia marketing producers! Here is a golden opportunity to support the premier public media resource for all Coloradans.


WXPN, the non-commercial radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, is looking for a Development Associate.


Deadline for application July 1, 2019

 

Job Description

 


Make an impact on the community. Work with a team of smart, collaborative colleagues.


Make an impact on the community. Work with a team of smart, collaborative colleagues.

WFAE, the award-winning NPR station serving the Charlotte region, seeks a dynamic storyteller for a one-year fellowship focused on daily, regional and environmental coverage. This is an entry-level position.


Make an impact on the community. Work with a team of smart, collaborative colleagues.

WFAE, the award-winning NPR station serving the Charlotte region, seeks a full-timer reporter. The successful candidate will be the lead reporter of our health care coverage but also will be expected to fulfill general assignment duties, including a daily news rotation. 


GENERAL INFORMATION
To fulfill KBBI’s mission, the General Manager is responsible to the Board of Directors for enactment of Board
policy and the leadership and management of overall operation of the station.
• Reports to: KBBI Board of Directors
• Supervises: KBBI paid staff and volunteers
• Classification: Permanent, full time, exempt.
• Compensation: Starting annual salary $50,000 - $55,000 (based on experience); group health insurance, paid
annual leave based on length of service, 10 paid holidays.


Producer for “The State of Things” – Temporary Position

North Carolina Public Radio WUNC, Chapel Hill

 

North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a temporary producer to join its daily, live radio show, "The State of Things." Successful candidates will help WUNC produce this program that puts the news of the day in context with the North Carolina experience. 

 


North Country Public Radio is looking for an engaging, thoughtful and enterprising person to join our award-winning news team. We’re a dynamic, forward-looking station in a great location, plugged in to the world and anchored by a strong sense of community. We are passionate about our mission to serve this beautiful, diverse, complicated, largely rural place.