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The News Producer is responsible for working with the Morning Edition Host to produce all locally generated news content for Morning Edition. This includes features, two-ways, newscast material, billboards, and online content. WUNC emphasizes highly produced and edited local reporting that is woven seamlessly into programs such as Morning Edition. It is the station’s most listened to program and this position is critical for the organization.
A bachelor’s degree in journalism or a related field.
Qualification and Experience:
Three years experience as a journalist or broadcast producer, preferably including experience hosting public radio newsmagazines and filing stories to NPR. Considerable knowledge of radio broadcasting equipment, including digital editing, broadcast operating boards, phone screening systems and portable recording devices. Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
Department Contact Name:
Nathan Olawsky, Business Services Coordinator
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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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