Radio and Television

NET, Nebraska's PBS & NPR Stations, is looking for a hands-on manager who will provide technological leadership to include research, planning and adopting emerging computing and communication technologies in support of NET, a state-of-the-art telecommunications facility serving Nebraska.

Responsibilities include oversight of hardware, software and infrastructure; development and execution of policies, budget, and strategy; planning and implementation of IT projects; and contract management.

KGNU is hiring a News Director.  Help shape the future of local news.  The KGNU News Director is a dynamic, energetic, creative, team-oriented, and talented individual responsible for leading KGNU’s award-winning News Department.  The News Director is responsible for overseeing the editorial agenda, overall direction, and day-to-day operations of the KGNU News Department. The News Director must excel in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented, collaborative environment.

KSPS has an opening for a Part Time (approximately 30 hrs/wk) Weekend Fill-In Master Control Operator/Traffic Specialist. Hours may vary to provide coverage to support business needs during holidays, sick and vacation leave.

NET, Nebraska's PBS & NPR Stations, is seeking a professional to join our team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for monitoring all equipment in the Avid edit suites, assist the maintenance department with troubleshooting, software upgrades and equipment installation; computer editing, setup and operation of video cameras, and operation of media servers. This position will monitor the Studio and editing aspects of the Network Monitor and Control System.

WYSO is one of America’s most vibrant small public media organizations. Located just outside Dayton, Ohio, WYSO is a big-city station with a small-town feel.


Our news team is growing, fast. Just this year we’ve hired a news director, two new reporters and a new host. Now, we’re looking for a talented full-time GENERAL ASSIGNMENT REPORTER to join our team.


Senior Editor, Investigations

The Public’s Radio seeks a Senior Editor, specializing in investigative journalism, to join its growing newsroom covering Rhode Island and the South Coast of Massachusetts. Long-form enterprise and investigative reporting are central to the station’s commitment to local journalism. The Senior Editor reports to the Chief Content Officer. This is a full-time, grant-funded position with benefits to begin in the fall of 2020.

New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) is seeking an innovative and collaborative journalist to join our newsroom as Digital News Editor. This editor will help oversee and shape NHPR’s online journalism strategy and play a hands-on role in digital planning and publishing. We are looking for an experienced journalist who will play a key role on the newsroom’s editorial team, working with reporters and across content teams to ensure NHPR’s online content is timely, useful, engaging and represents the ambitions and quality of our reporting.