Do you have a passion for journalism, news production and public television? The Gwen Ifill/PBS NewsHour Journalism Fellowship for current undergraduate and graduate students is a 10-week, paid position where you can gain hands-on, real-world experience working on “PBS NewsHour.” The program is seeking students who have a desire to work in news journalism and use what you’ve learned in school into practice.
Ideastream, Northeast Ohio’s innovative public service organization is in need of a competent TV Studio Supervisor/Producer. The ideal candidate will be able to create high quality multiple media content, projects and events. This candidate will manage the ideastream studio facilities, supervise freelance production crew, and be responsible for studio lighting including design, inventory, plots and maintenance. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated skills and experience organizing and coordinating projects.
ideastream®, Northeast Ohio’s Public Multiple Media organization, has an exciting opportunity for a Multiple Media Producer. ideastream is seeking a creative individual with strong production skills to join our staff.
The ideal candidate will have the ability to shoot, and edit high quality video and audio segments and make an immediate impact on ideastream’s production of daily television and radio programming. Experience creating and distributing multiple media content on web and social media is essential.
WKSU has a unique opportunity for a storyteller with a passion for the arts and music, food and pop culture. Our successful candidate will join a team of skilled journalists delivering news that matters to the broad and diverse region of Northeast Ohio.
We are looking for an innovative multimedia journalist who can continue our tradition of award-winning arts reporting. Our new reporter will be curious, drawing on their creativity and imagination, while sharing the wonders of discovery in reporting a story. They will be responsible for developing contacts and pitching ideas, producing sound-rich long-form features, will produce distinct and complementary content for the station’s website and post to the station’s social media platforms. This position requires someone who’s a top interviewer and writer, who works efficiently, embraces technology, is skilled at recording audio, taking photos, shooting video, and producing their own material. The best candidate is always enthusiastic about learning more about the topics they cover and growing in the craft of reporting.
The Digital Designer will help craft the visual design and user experience across a spectrum of digital products. They will work with different types of content on projects that demand flexibility and passion for user experience, web design, education and game design.
Basic Black is produced live in WGBH's Studio B featuring a panel of the region’s sharpest observers of the current news, events, and topics impacting communities of color locally and nationally. A simultaneous live stream on Facebook Live and at www.basicblack.org gives viewers the opportunity to submit comments and questions in real-time during the broadcast.
Since 1968, Basic Black (formerly Say Brother) has reflected on the concerns and culture of African Americans through conversations, performances, and short-form documentaries. Basic Black captures the stories and events that illuminate the experience of communities of color in the Boston area and beyond.
Under the supervision of the Supervising Producer, the Producer will undertake all aspects of production associated with The World. Working as part of a team, the Producer will originate story ideas, research, brief the host, produce studio interviews and mixes and edit audio for the radio broadcast. This is a job with demanding daily deadlines. The producer may also be expected to report and voice their own radio pieces. The Producer will be expected to create multi-media content for pri.org using the CMS, including writing posts, sourcing images, and creating slide shows when appropriate.
WCRB is seeking announcers who are engaging radio hosts, are knowledgeable about classical music, and have flexible schedules. The primary responsibility of this position is on-air hosting for WCRB during staff vacations and sick time. This is a great opportunity for a classical music enthusiast with a passion for expanding the audience for classical music and a working knowledge and appreciation of radio.
The Developer will be responsible for developing solutions for internal business processes. The position will be involved in the design and implementation of a new enterprise service bus, and will work with organizational units to ensure data is flowing properly between systems. In addition to troubleshooting and problem resolution, the Developer also works on patches, upgrades, backup, other housekeeping routines, as well as new system planning, implementation, and integration.
Job Description/Requisition Details: WCBS-AM, New York’s premier all-news station, is looking for a part-time news anchor. If you understand that compelling writing, great storytelling, and creative use of sound make for a great news product on-air and on multiple social media platforms then we want to hear from you. New York is one of the most diverse cities in America. Our stories reflect its people, issues, politics, and quality of life. WCBS Anchors are the voices presenting those stories to 1.5 million listeners each week.