Media Jobs

Assistant Producer , Minnesota Public Radio
Posted on October 1, 2014

Assistant Producer, The Daily Circuit #133-15

  • News - Broadcast MPR
  • St Paul, MN, USA
  • $16.18 - $24.27
  • Hourly
  • Full Time
  • Full Benefits
Apprentice News Clerk , Southern CA Public Radio
Posted on September 22, 2014

Position Summary:

Take Two is seeking an apprentice news clerk to assist the show in a wide range of editorial, broadcast and digital production tasks.

This is a six-month temporary, part-time assignment, with an option to extend up to a year. 

Position Responsibility:

The apprentice may be assigned to do any combination of the following:

  • Conduct research and pre-interviews.
  • Perform a variety of audio and/or digital content production tasks.
  • Write and edit copy as assigned.
  • Secure permission to license audio material and images for the Web.
  • Handle listener correspondence including social, blog comments, email and voicemail as assigned.

 

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience
  • Strong writing skills:  highly fluent in English with a deep knowledge of AP style guidelines, spelling, geography, and world events.
  • Working knowledge of audio equipment and digital editing.
  • Solid research skills and experience.
  • Computer literacy and proficiency with Word, Outlook, etc.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure and to meet changing deadlines.
  • Good organizational skills with ability to multi-task.
  • Critical reading and listening skills are required.
  • Determined to accomplish assignments with accuracy and on deadline.
  • Consistent and reliable attendance is an essential component of the job.
  • Reporting To This Position: n/a


Physical Demands and Working Conditions:

Must be able to perform the essential duties of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

Cancer Issues Program for Journalists , The National Press Foundation
Posted on September 18, 2014
Deadline: October 14, 2014

Cancer Issues 2014, The National Press Foundation
Program for Journalists

The National Press Foundation is pleased to offer our 6th all-expenses-paid Cancer Issues program for journalists. The Cancer Issues 2014 program takes place December 7 – 10, 2014 at the NPF office in Washington, DC. Applications are now being accepted. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, October 14, 2014 5:00PM EDT.
 
Want to know more?
Here is a VIDEO.
Here are RESOURCES from the most recent program.
Here is the APPLICATION.
 
Questions? Contact Jenny Ash-Maher at jenny@nationalpress.org | 202.663.7285

Traffic/Continuity Assistant , 93.3 WFLS, 99.3 The Vibe, 96.9 The Rock and WNTX- 1350 AM/96.5
Posted on September 17, 2014

Traffic/Continuity Assistant
Full Time (37.5 hrs)

93.3 WFLS, 99.3 The Vibe, 96.9 The Rock and WNTX- 1350 AM/96.5 FM Radio is seeking a full-time Traffic/Continuity Assistant.The successful candidate must have previous experience with Marketron Traffic software. Knowledge of radio traffic/continuity and co-op also required. In addition, the individual must be detail-oriented, have good organizational skills, be a team player, work well under pressure, and be able to work in a fast-paced environment.

We offer a great team-oriented work environment, the opportunity to learn and grow, a competitive base salary and benefits package.

Qualified candidates may apply online at Fredericksburg.com

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Assistant Professor, Journalism , San Francisco State University
Posted on September 17, 2014

Tenure-Track Position: Journalism with an emphasis on effects, history, law, ethics, or similar, effective Fall 2015

Rank: Assistant Professor

Salary: Competitive, commensurate with qualifications. Generous health, retirement and other benefits, including domestic partner benefits
 
Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in journalism, mass communication, or a related discipline at time of hiring with a strong record of scholarly publication,professional journalism experience and the ability to teach a course in the social impact of journalism.
 
Preferred Qualifications: Ability to teach across the undergraduate journalism curriculum, including both skills-based and theory courses and the potential to generate external funding.
 
Duties: Ability to teach some of the following: Reporting, Investigative Journalism, Magazine Writing, Public Journalism, News Media Law and Ethics, Feature Writing, Opinion Writing, Magazine Publication Lab. Development of new courses welcomed. Teaching, scholarship and service to the university community, which includes actively engaging in the life of the Journalism Department; serving on department, college and university committees is also required. The University providessupport of both research and teaching projects. We value collaborative workamong other departments and the journalism profession. A firm commitment toworking effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds is expected.
 
Application Materials: In a single PDF document submit a letter of application, a current CV, a sample syllabus for a course in the social impact of journalism. Please also include three current professional or academic letters of references. Letters may be included in the PDF or send directly to the department.
 
Send PDF and letters to:
Cristina L. Azocar, Ph.D.
Chair, Journalism Department
cazocar@sfsu.edu
 
Initial review of applications will begin early October.
 
The University is an Equal Opportunity employer with a strong commitment to diversity and encourages applications from women, members of all ethnic groups, veterans, and peoplewith disabilities.

Assistant Professor, Photojournalism , San Francisco State University
Posted on September 17, 2014

Tenure-Track Position: Photojournalism effective Fall 2015
 
Rank: Assistant Professor
 
Salary: Competitive, commensurate with qualifications. Generous health, retirement and other benefits, including domestic partner benefits
 
Required Qualifications: M.F.A, M.J. or M.A. in a relevant discipline and significant professional photojournalism experience, a strong portfolio, evidence of leadership in the field of photojournalism, and evidence of excellent teaching.
 
Preferred Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in a relevant field, have skills in and the ability to teach, in addition to photojournalism courses, design, online journalism, multimedia production and/or social media.
 
Duties: Desirable candidates to join the award-winning photojournalism sequence will come with a track record of published high-quality scholarly or creative work and the ability to teach introductory photography courses and advanced photojournalism courses. Development of new courses welcomed. Teaching, scholarship and service to the university community, which includes actively engaging in the life of the Journalism Department; serving on department, college and university committees is also required. The University provides support of both research and teaching projects. We value collaborative work among other departments and the journalism profession. A firm commitment to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds is expected.
 
Information about the B.A. in Journalism can be found at the department’s website: http://journalism.sfsu.edu/. For information about San Francisco State University, go to http://sfsu.edu/
 
Application Materials: In a single PDF document, submit a letter of application, a current CV, a sample syllabus for an advanced photojournalism course, and awork portfolio. Please also include three current professional or academic letters of references. Letters may be included in the PDF or send directly to the department.
 
Send PDF and letters to:
Cristina L. Azocar, Ph.D.
Chair, Journalism Department
cazocar@sfsu.edu
 
Initial review of applications will begin early October.
 
The University is an Equal Opportunity employer with a strong commitment to diversity and encourages applications from women, members of all ethnic groups, veterans, and peoplewith disabilities.

Intern, Marketplace Morning Report , American Public Media | Los Angeles, CA
Posted on September 11, 2014

Award-winning Marketplace is public radio's daily magazine of business and economics. Airing weekday mornings and evenings, it boasts the largest audience for any business program in the U.S. on radio, cable, or network television.  To check out information about theprogram, go to:http://marketplace.org/

Marketplace Morning Report has an excellent internship opportunity for those who have an active interest in journalism.  Marketplace Morning Report Interns will be compensated on an hourly basis.  Parking or bus pass will also be reimbursed.

This is a minimum 30 hour a week internship (2:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. overnight shift). It will span fall 2014 (September through December) and is paid $11/hr.

Director of Career Services , CUNY J-Shool | New York, NY
Posted on September 11, 2014

Because our current Director of Career Services is about to take another exciting position at the J-School, her position, which is full time, will become available in November. The career services director oversees our (paid) summer internship program and helps prepare students for the job market after they graduate. The director develops relationships with potential employers and offers the provision of career counseling and services to our students, in conjunction with the Assistant Director of Career Services.

Director of Marketing and Community Engagement , CUNY J-Shool | New York, NY
Posted on September 11, 2014

We are seeking a full time Director of Marketing and Community Engagement to help us raise awareness of the school, both online and off. The director will assist in developing the school’s communications strategy, and produce content and mediate all of our social platforms, including Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. The director will analyze metrics to measure the success of social media initiatives and marketing campaigns and use that data to strengthen the school’s external presence.

Technologist-in-residence , CUNY J-Shool | New York, NY
Posted on September 11, 2014
The CUNY J-School is looking for someone who works at the intersection of journalism and technology to become the school’s first technologist-in-residence. This is not a position for people who simply are up to date on the latest technological trends. Rather, we are looking for someone with extensive programming, development and design skills who wants to help students and faculty make online news products and services. We prefer applicants who are looking for a full-time position, but we will consider those interested in part-time work as well.
Contact Dean Sarah Bartlett