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Chief Content Officer 
If you can envision diverse possibilities for platform-agnostic public media content, if you are familiar with audience research, compliance requirements, journalistic standards, constructive management practices, and you are ready to take your career to the next level, read on.

Alaska Public Media (AKPM) seeks a Chief Content Officer:  an energetic, innovative leader for the state’s broadcast, online, and other content services, and the people who create and deliver them.

To make a more informed and connected life possible for all Alaskans, AKPM utilizes KSKA radio, KAKM-TV, Create TV, PBS KIDS, and alaskapublic.org. We operate a Statewide News operation and a shared television service with KTOO/Juneau and KYUK/Bethel. AKPM, headquartered in Anchorage, and its affiliates deliver content that reaches 97% of the Alaska population.

The CCO will join a collaborative leadership team, reporting to AKPM’s CEO/General Manager. Working with this exceptional team the CCO will:

  • Seek out, produce and/or acquire Alaska-based stories and content.
  • Set and maintain standards for content on all platforms.
  • Cultivate relationships with independent content producers and media partners.
  • Stay current with media trends and interact with content leaders in and out of public media.

Send your application with cover letter to AKPM@netaconsulting.org

Reviews begin September 10, 2018.

Search by NETA Consulting. Contact Skip Hinton (skip@netaconsulting.org) for further information.

AKPM is an equal opportunity employer.

Broadcast Engineer

Primary duties include the support of broadcast stations KAKM-TV, KSKA-FM, and the statewide satellite news network. Support includes all inside and outside plant supervision and maintenance.

Morning Producer/Reporter
Alaska Public Media is looking for a Producer/Reporter to join our fast-paced newsroom as a news producer and reporter. The Morning Producer/Reporter will provide production assistance to the on air team, editing interviews, booking guests and producing content. The Morning Producer/reporter will pitch, write and produce metro stories that reflect the pertinent news of the day in Southcentral Alaska. The Morning Producer/Reporter must have excellent news judgment and be able to write and post content during breaking news events and assist on air hosts with forward promotion as well as editing content to fit the ME and ATC clocks when needed. The position will fill in as anchor for statewide morning news when the regular host is on vacation.

Marketing and Promotions Manager
Alaska Public Media seeks a Marketing and Promotions Manager to support executing the company’s strategic fundraising goals through member-driven marketing and promotions. This position is both a hands-on marketing powerhouse and strategic visionary balancing both day-to-day needs and future planning.

Click the heading for a full description. Send cover letter and resume to hr@alaskapublic.org.