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Employment Opportunities:

Broadcast Technologist (PDF)
Operate miscellaneous television broadcast and production equipment including MC and production switchers, routers, IRD’s, servers, automation, transmitter remote controls. Maintain on-air continuity.

To apply send resume and cover letter to hr@alaskapublic.org.  Alaska Public Media is EOE and women and minorities are urged to apply.

Statewide Morning News Reporter/Producer (PDF)
The Morning News Reporter/Producer is responsible for writing, editing and producing statewide morning newscasts that reflect the pertinent stories of the day from across Alaska. The Morning Reporter/Producer must have excellent news judgment and be able to confidently determine the best mix of stories for a statewide audience. The AM reporter/producer will monitor APRN station reports, AP, other state news organizations and social media for the most current morning news. Daily morning newscasts will be produced for KSKA-FM, Alaska Public Radio Network, and Alaskapublic.org. The position also requires general assignment reporting after the AM news cycle is finished.

To apply send resume and cover letter to hr@alaskapublic.org.  Alaska Public Media is EOE and women and minorities are urged to apply.

Urban Affairs Reporter (PDF)
The reporter will cover urban affairs for Alaska Public Media (KSKA-FM, KAKM-TV, Alaska Public Radio Network, and Alaskapublic.org.). The reporter will focus primarily on southcentral Alaska.

Beat topics, in part, will include housing, immigration, jobs/employment, poverty, race relations, children, the elderly, health and social services, and other public policy trends and issues. The urban affairs reporter will produce a variety of contributions – from profiles to analyses and daily reports.

The urban affairs reporter will be proficient in reporting, writing, editing, and preparing stories for radio, TV and the Web; keeping up with current events and trends; and working in rapidly changing digital and social media environments.

The reporter will uphold the highest journalistic standards and ethics, and work professionally with Alaska Public Media colleagues and the public.

To apply send resume and cover letter to hr@alaskapublic.org.  Alaska Public Media is EOE and women and minorities are urged to apply.

Energy Reporter (PDF)
The energy reporter will cover a rapidly changing energy industry for Alaska Public Media (KSKA-FM, KAKM-TV, Alaska Public Radio Network, and Alaskapublic.org.)

Coverage areas will include in part: oil and gas exploration and production; mining; and alternative and renewable energy. Issues and trends will be explored through various lenses including business, technical, scientific, government and environmental.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated expertise in reporting on business issues, technology, and emerging trends in development, fossil and renewable energy extraction and use.

The energy reporter will produce stories and profiles that resonate for audiences beyond Alaska.

The reporter will be proficient in reporting, writing, editing, and preparing stories for radio, TV and the Web; maintaining contacts within multiple communities; keeping up with industry trends; and working in rapidly changing digital and social media environments.

The reporter will uphold the highest journalistic standards and ethics, and work professionally with Alaska Public Media colleagues and the public. 

To apply send resume and cover letter to hr@alaskapublic.org.  Alaska Public Media is EOE and women and minorities are urged to apply.

Internship Opportunities:

Block Foundation Internship Program 
The intern will work extensively in our web operations posting stories, audio, and video to the alaskapublic.org website. The intern also will have opportunities to work in other production areas and work with the APRN and KSKA news staffs. This is a paid internship.


EEO Report

The following Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) report covers all operating divisions of APTI, including KSKA Public Radio, KAKM Public Television and the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN).

NOTE: The member and affiliate stations of APRN are owned and operated independently of APRN or APTI — these reports do not include those stations.