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.
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. The internship is intended for college and university students studying journalism, broadcast or video production. The internship – which is paid – runs between 10 and 12 weeks.
Chief Executive Officer and General Manager
The CEO must be a person that embraces measured risk-taking, a leader who engages talent throughout Alaska to develop compelling content for Alaska’s citizens, communities, visitors, businesses, nonprofits and government constituents. Above all, the CEO must be a leader in a state of leaders, a person energized by challenge and opportunity who is dedicated to the highest journalistic standards.
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The web editor is responsible for the online presence of Alaska Public Media’s award-winning newsroom. He or she is responsible for gathering, preparing and posting news material to the Alaska Public Media website, and to help manage ongoing development of the website.
The Marketing Manager supports the Director of Member Engagement at Alaska Public Media in executing the company’s strategic goals. She/he will ensure effective, attractive, unified visual imagery in all print, on-air and digital promotional materials connected with the Alaska Public Media brand. She/he will coordinate online marketing through alaskapublic.org and its related social media sites. She/he will be a key player in the visibility, membership growth and sustainability of this nonprofit broadcast media organization.
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Managing Editor – Regional Journalism Center
Alaska Public Media, KTOO Public Media and KUCB are jointly recruiting for an experienced journalist to lead our new Alaska journalism collaboration, funded by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The partner stations will dedicate a team of reporters, editors and producers to provide in-depth coverage of energy issues in Alaska for statewide and national audiences. Topics will include resource development, energy in rural areas, the state budget, the Arctic and federal-state policy issues, among others. The Managing Editor will lead the team of nine journalists, and will be responsible for the overall editorial strategy of the collaboration.