Radio

The KMUW Korva Coleman Internship is designed to train college students of color to be part of the next generation of public radio reporters and newscasters.

The Coleman intern will get an immersive, hands-on learning experience at KMUW, Wichita’s award-winning National Public Radio station, as well as mentoring from NPR newscaster Korva Coleman.


Baltimore Public Media is the public radio service for Baltimore, Central Maryland, and the Eastern Shore. We are WYPR 88.1 FM (NPR News) and WTMD 89.7 FM (AAA music) and we are seeking a full-time Institutional Giving Manager (IGM) to contribute to the strategic growth for both stations by developing and implementing strategies to increase philanthropic support from foundations, corporations, and other organizations.


DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The World is Public Radio's leading daily global news program. It delivers journalism that is consequential, influential, and high-profile. Produced by the combined public media innovators PRX and GBH, The World reaches 2.5 million listeners across North America each week and nearly 1 million online. The newsroom in Boston is a place where passion and curiosity meet global politics and culture. The World team strives to tell deeply human stories in creative and innovative ways with an eye on diverse voices and regions of the world.


Wayne State University is searching for an experienced Journalist (WDET) at its Detroit campus location.


KCUR 89.3 is seeking a Political Reporter to join the Kansas News Service, a reporting collaboration of public media stations throughout Kansas.

In this position, the reporter will be covering campaigns and politics, producing in-depth features on the power dynamics across the state and working with the Statehouse reporter to cover the Kansas Legislature for the KNS. This content will range from short on-air newscast stories and longer features to digital content.


ABOUT KUOW

KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio is Seattle’s NPR news station. We are an independent, nonprofit news organization producing award-winning journalism, podcasts and events in service to the 3.9 million people in our coverage area. As a self-sustaining service of the University of Washington, our mission is to create and serve a more informed public.

YOUR IMPACT

Help shape, sustain, and champion HR principles that echo inclusivity, equity and people-first practices to assist a workforce in service to its community.


WWNO is seeking an experienced and innovative Development Director to lead our fundraising efforts. As one of the key drivers of our organization's financial growth, you will be responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive strategies to secure philanthropic support from major donors, foundations, corporations, and members that will include unrestricted funding for general operations, restricted funding for specific initiatives and campaign support for organizational growth and transformation.


Join Us in Shaping Kentucky’s Narrative


WMUK-FM seeks a Part-time Grants Manager to join our growth-oriented development team, supporting our strategic mission through targeted grant-funded revenue. 

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