Alaska Public Media is taking applications for our 2019 summer internship. Spend your summer working with our team as part of our multi-platform newsroom. Accepting applications through February 15, 2019.
The FM Technical Operator is responsible for generating audio and digital content for Alaska Public Media that serves the Alaska community, builds audience and encourages audience engagement while enhancing AKPM revenue initiatives. The FM Technical Operator is integral to local origination content development, radio operational stability and AKPM’s Emergency Response Team. AKPM is the source of NPR radio, PBS television for South Central Alaska and stewards of statewide news.
Alaska Public Media (AKPM) seeks a Television IT (IT) Broadcast Engineer. The IT Broadcast Engineer is responsible for the installation, proper operation and maintenance of a wide array of state-of-the-art computer based systems used for modern day television and radio broadcasting. The IT Broadcast Engineer is also responsible for the administrative IT infrastructure for Alaska Public Media and must be experienced with baseband digital video and audio, real time and current non-real time digital video/audio compression technology, television broadcast automation, television traffic systems and digital television broadcast delivery.
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.