Radio

NEPM enriches people's lives through programs and services that educate, inspire, and entertain, fostering citizenship and culture, the joy of learning, and the power of diverse perspectives.

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW


Music Director/On Air Host, Nashville Public Radio, Music Discovery Station:

The Music Director will have the opportunity to create and maintain the sound of Nashville Public Radio’s new Music Discovery station. Your boundless curiosity and deep love for a wide variety of music will be essential in establishing the station’s unique identity in one of the greatest music cities in the world. You will assist the Program Director and staff in selecting both new releases and classic music for air and will be responsible for maintaining the music library.

 


Production Coordinator/On Air Host, Nashville Public Radio, Music Discovery Station:

Nashville Public Radio is looking for a creative audio production whiz who has passion for music and a desire to help launch a unique Music Discovery station. You will use your engineering and production skills to create a signature station style that will seamlessly stitch together a diverse array of artists and information. From specialty programming to station imaging to in-studio sessions, you will have the opportunity to make a new sonic stamp on Music City.


KCLU Public Radio on California's South Coast (northwest of Los Angeles) is reopening its search for a Full Time Reporter-Producer. 

KCLU is one of the most acclaimed small newsrooms in the western United States.  Since the early 2000's, KCLU has garnered over 300 peer awards from RTDNA, AP and Radio & Television News Association of Southern California, plus Murrow and SPJ National Awards.  Listeners in the Ventura and Santa Barbara radio markets consistently make KCLU their #1 choice, despite easy access to LA Radio. 


Assistant Program Director/On Air Host, Nashville Public Radio, Music Discovery Station:

The Assistant Program Director will be a key leader for Nashville Public radio’s new Music Discovery station and help craft its personality, sound and image. Outside of your daily air shift, you will be essential in managing the operational aspects of the station, working with the Program Director in scheduling on-air shifts, setting station priorities, assigning staff to complete objectives; and working with partners on special projects.


 

Community Radio for Northern Colorado

Greeley, CO

 

Community Radio of Northern Colorado (CRNC), operator of NPR-affiliate KUNC and The Colorado Sound is seeking an innovative, broad-minded, energetic, and strategic leader. The right individual for this position must be passionate about the mission of CRNC and possess significant business, financial, management and leadership skills.

 


WMRA Public Radio at James Madison University is accepting applications for a Chief Engineer. WMRA is Harrisonburg’s local NPR affiliate, with broadcast facilities serving the Shenandoah Valley, Charlottesville, Winchester, Lexington, and Farmville, Virginia. WMRA and sister station WEMC are supported by the local community and are recognized for quality programming. WMRA is licensed to James Madison University, and all staff are employees of the university. More information about the station is at wmra.org.


Journalists at WUWM identify, report, edit and produce a wide range of stories for all WUWM programs and digital platforms. The Von Fellowship is designed to give recently graduated students the opportunity to work in a professional news environment, preparing stories for broadcast and digital platforms.

Specific duties include:

- Research, gather, write, edit and produce stories and interviews for broadcast and digital platforms.

- Respond to, and report on, other news stories as assigned.


KOPN 89.5 FM, a listener-supported community radio station in Columbia, MO, seeks qualified candidates for the position of General Manager.  Thanks to a supportive community, KOPN is financially stable in spite of these trying times.  We are ready to begin raising funds for a move to an accessible building and expect to be successful.  Our current GM, recently a new father, plans to return to his previous position as station operations director to have more time for family.