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  • Reporter/Program Host, NSPR at CapRadio

    Posted 6 days ago

    Department: NSPR Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt Summary CapRadio (Capital Public Radio), Sacramento’s award-winning public media organization, is looking for a full-time Reporter/Program Host to join our North State Public Radio (NSPR) team in Chico, California. As NSPR’s Reporter/Program Host, you will be dedicated to telling important stories from across the North State, whether short daily newscasts or longer investigative series. You will also be prepared to be a full-time or fill-in program host during national and local shows as needed. We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive organization and it takes all kinds of people so if you’re excited about this role but don't meet all the qualifications listed below, we encourage you to apply. Position duties will shift on occasion, but largely include: Evaluates news leads and news tips to develop story ideas for local broadcast Researches, reports, produces, and edits relevant and interesting stories for broadcast and online use Writes/edits stories according to prescribed editorial style and format; adheres strictly to the station’s journalistic code of ethics Produces daily newscasts Writes copy for on-air and print promotion of news stories, specials and features Posts content to NSPR website and social media sites (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and NPR One) Acts as a live, on-air anchor and board operator. This includes announcing newscasts, breaking news, weather and traffic reports, underwriting, and operating multiple computer systems simultaneously (e.g., ENCO, Dropbox, Audition, Content Depot) Gives live reports from site of news event, when appropriate Collaborates with other reporters on assignments as needed Qualifications/Experience: A degree in Journalism or related field, or close obtainment of such degree, and/or comparable experience in broadcast journalism and audio production Excellent written and verbal communication skills Superb reasoning and problem-solving skills with strong attention to detail and accuracy Efficient time management skills and the ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously Proficiency with professional-quality digital field recording equipment (e.g., flash recorders) Proficiency with digital audio editing software (e.g., Adobe Audition, Audacity) Proficiency in photography and video A team player with strong social skills Must have a valid driver’s license, dependable transportation and be willing to travel on occasion The position is located in Chico, CA. COVID-19 Compliant Remote work is temporarily available under shelter in place orders. Must be able to commute to our Chico, CA office once restrictions have been lifted. Salary The salary range for this position is $42,000-45,000 annually. Compensation depends on experience. CapRadio also offers: Medical, Dental, Vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance Long-Term Disability and Group Life Insurance Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Retirement plan with employer matching Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply Submit cover letter, resume, and three audio or print reporting samples to: You can address your cover letter to the hiring manager for this position, Phil Wilke, General Manager, NSPR. CapRadio Attn: Human Resources 7055 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826 Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Data and Interactives Journalist at CALmatters

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    If you’re a journalist who eats data for breakfast and loves visualizing stories in new and innovative ways, we might have the perfect job for you: Data and Interactives Journalist at CalMatters. Why you? You are, at heart, an enterprising journalist who believes our society and democracy work better when people know and understand how policy, politics and government work. You know the power of original data, compelling interactives and beautiful graphics in storytelling.

  • Assistant Editor (Part-Time, Contract), College Journalism Network at CALmatters

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    Want to help shape the future of California journalism by mentoring a new, diverse generation of reporters? The CalMatters College Journalism Network is looking for an assistant editor who can work with our team of student reporters to craft compelling stories about how higher education policy affects students across California. Launched earlier this year, the College Journalism Network is already drawing attention for its innovative, collaborative reporting model. We cover higher education from the ground up, while providing paid training to students from backgrounds underrepresented in newsrooms. You’ll report to our College Journalism Network Editor as part of a three-person team that also includes a training coordinator/reporting coach.

  • Housing Reporter at CALmatters

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    If you’re a reporter who wants to cover one of the biggest stories in California; who knows that the lack of affordable housing is a crisis driving the nation’s highest poverty rate and an exodus out of state; who is sophisticated about understanding and analyzing complex housing issues like regulations, costs and incentives — then you might be the next housing reporter at CalMatters

  • Chief Financial Officer at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 1 month ago

    The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is seeking a Chief Financial Officer to oversee all aspects of the organization’s financial operations. OCCRP is a growing, global nonprofit media organization that is reinventing investigative journalism for the public good.

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