WBOI-FM, an NPR station in Fort Wayne, Ind., seeks a creative, enterprising reporter and anchor to join our award-winning team. Now under the leadership of GM Peter Dominowski, co-founder of the Public Radio Program Directors Association and the MEGS for Journalists workshops, Northeast Indiana Public Radio is looking for a journalist who is eager to tell the stories of real people. We want a reporter who's creative, engaging on social media and the web, and driven to tell stories that impact the community.
- Report on issues of local and regional importance. Pitch ideas for spots, NPR-style features and compelling two-way interviews.
- Host local breaks during Morning Edition or All Things Considered.
- Participate in on-air fund drives.
- Bachelor’s degree and two years of journalism experience. Public radio experience strongly preferred.
- Strong writing skills.
- Proficient with audio editing software.
- Experience with web publishing platforms and social media.
- Knowledge of public radio core values and style.
- Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license.
- Knowledge of local and regional issues a plus.
Send cover letter, resume and audio of your best hosting/reporting work (either .mp3 files or links) to email@example.com.
Position open until filled.
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