Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.
- Colorado Public Radio seeks an experienced Arts Reporter/Assistant Editor with a solid journalism background to join its Arts Bureau.The Arts Reporter/Assistant Editor covers all aspects of Colorado's arts and culture communities and produces content for radio and the online arts hub (text, video, social media, still images etc).
- The Technical Operations Center Operator provides technical operations support for Colorado Public Radio's three-channel, twenty-six station network (in Denver, KCFR 90.1FM , KVOD 88.1FM, and KVOQ 1340AM). This position will also provide support to two additional twenty-four-hour public radio program services.
- Colorado Public Radio is hiring a producer for Colorado Matters, our award-winning daily interview program. We're looking for someone who loves to dig into issues, find the human side of policy debates, and explore a range of topics - politics, environment, energy, education, health care, business, arts and culture.This producer finds potential sources for the host to interview using high-level reporting to understand issues and identify best guests, prepares the host with script and background materials and helps to guide live interviews.
Colorado Public Radio is looking for two energetic, web-savvy Digital Producers who live and breathe in the online world. The ideal candidate will have a journalism background and extensive experience publishing digital content across the web, professionally or personally. While the Digital Producer will not be a coder, they will not be afraid to dive into raw .html as needed. Additionally, the ideal candidate for this position will know social media and understand the advantages that various platforms offer to enhance storytelling across the digital spectrum.
- Colorado Public Radio is creating a digital news team led by our digital editor. We are looking to add an assistant digital editor and two digital reporter/producers to create a vibrant statewide news service for the news website. You would join a growing radio and digital newsroom, working with top-notch journalists and editors. Colorado is a state that is exploring some big ideas - legalized pot, fossil fuels versus renewables, urban vs. rural values, immigration, development vs. natural resources, the role of government in a purple state.
The Colorado Public Radio Health Reporter (link to full job description) covers a wide range of health care and related issues in the state and region, including the healthcare industry, legislation and public policy, insurance and the uninsured, and public and environmental health. Files reports for news magazines, newscasts, website, and other CPR News programming, with an emphasis on in-depth coverage.