Are you ready for a leadership position in a statewide public radio operation? We are looking for a GENERAL MANAGER - a jack of all radio trades. Someone to guide programming decisions and radio content, manage underwriting and traffic. Someone with an eye for marketing, digital presence and who is able to guide fundraising efforts and produce fund drives. A person who knows their way around a radio board.
KERA and The Dallas Morning News are launching a new model for journalism partnerships.
We’re North Texas’ two largest media organizations and we’re collaborating to reimagine the coverage of arts, music and culture through the lens of access and equity.
What does that mean? We’re raising community and philanthropic dollars to fund a small, pioneering team of arts journalists to produce digital stories that center, serve and engage a younger, more diverse local audience.
Nebraska Public Media, Nebraska’s NPR and PBS Station is looking for an Audio Engineer who will be responsible for performing independent audio acquisition and mixing. Duties include studio, single and multi-camera EFP audio acquisition, remote A-1, remote A-2, audio only field recording, sound reinforcement mixing, basic non-linear audio editing.
The Sales Coordinator, Radio & TV provides administrative support to ensure the accurate scheduling, tracking, and billing of underwriting acknowledgements on KSMU Radio and Ozarks Public Television. The Sales Coordinator, Radio & TV provides additional administrative support to the corporate support team to ensure effective customer service and accurate delivery of marketing benefits to business supporters of the stations. This position is part-time.
Location: Portland or Bangor, Maine
Application instructions for this and all current OPB employment opportunities are available at OPB's careers page.
Under the supervision of the Director of Technology, this position will be responsible for the design, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of the broadcast technical center, IT network, broadcast equipment, and television transmission equipment. This position will also provide technical support for Montana PBS production activities in the KUSM studio, live MSU sporting events, and other remote locations; performing related duties as required.
VPR seeks a creative, enterprising, and thoughtful journalist to produce our successful local news shows. We’re looking for someone excited about new ways to engage our audience on-air, digitally, and through live events.
Would you like to be part of the VPR/Vermont PBS behind-the-scenes technical team that keeps radio broadcasting 24-7? Do you like troubleshooting, solving problems and working with like-minded and equally skilled people? Are you detail-oriented and familiar with scheduling and quality control? Join our Operations Team and keep the foundations of all our services strong.