Statewide Morning News Reporter/Producer
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.
The video producer will be a video storyteller who produces, edits and delivers a variety of video projects for television and the Web. The projects would include, but not be limited to: news and feature stories, Web features, television programs, promos and underwriting messages.
Mobile Audio-Video Producer
The audio-video producer will help select, schedule, record and edit audio and video projects for television, radio and the Web. The audio-video producer will be proficient using a variety of audio and video equipment, editing equipment and software, and comfortable working in a creative but deadline-driven environment. The audio-video producer must be able to travel extensively.
Mobile Video Director
The director will record and edit audio and video projects for television, radio and the Web. The director will be proficient using a variety of audio and video equipment, editing equipment and software, and professional working in a creative but deadline-driven environment. The director must be able to travel extensively.
NOTE: The member and affiliate stations of APRN are owned and operated independently of APRN or APTI — these reports do not include those stations.