Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.
Colorado Public Radio has a great opportunity on its Operations team for a Technical Operations Specialist. Specialists staff the operations center where they act as the primary quality control agents for audio for CPR’s three program services. They monitor and troubleshoot audio playout, routing, and transmission systems to confirm that correct audio that meets CPR quality standards is being broadcast. They provide support for other departments in their interactions with these systems and respond to emergencies as well as routine help requests.
Colorado Public Radio seeks a creative, collaborative and exceptionally organized editor to lead Colorado Matters, its flagship daily live news interview program. On Colorado Matters, the sky is the limit when it comes to storytelling. We do 1-on-1 interviews and panel discussions in our studio, but we also get out of the studio to make our segments sing with natural sound, a sense of place and to connect with our community. We don’t just think in radio, we think in pictures and video and social media.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking an experienced journalist with a management background to join its expanding newsroom as a Morning Editor. The Morning Editor kickstarts the newsroom in the morning, identifying, assigning and implementing daily coverage for Colorado Public Radio News; assigns a team of news magazine hosts and reporters to develop engaging, timely and relevant daily content; and works with newsroom leadership to set and execute overall coverage priorities for CPR's audience.
Colorado Public Radio has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Innovations Editor to join its growing Newsroom. The Digital Innovations editor will manage CPR News content on a variety of platforms, develop strategies for engaging audiences, immerse in the development of digital platforms and contribute to newsroom strategy.
Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and is looking for an experienced Public Affairs Reporter. The Public Affairs Reporter develops a beat that covers a range of government related stories from small town issues with big ramifications to elections, the state legislature and government agencies and policies. This person keeps the human interest factor high in their stories and deploys good investigative skills as needed. Stories will be published on all digital platforms and air in CPR news magazines, newscasts, Colorado Matters.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking a Digital General Assignment Reporter to join its expanding newsroom. The General Assignment Reporter produces digital breaking news and enterprise stories, as well as news spots, two-ways, features and occasional interviews for Colorado Matters. This position covers primarily daily developments in Colorado and files stories initially for CPR.org, and then develops the stories as needed for newscasts, news magazines and other programming.
Colorado Public Radio has a rare opportunity for a seasoned media sales account executive to join its Development team as a Senior Underwriting Associate. The Senior Underwriting Associate will serve as a media sales professional representing Colorado Public Radio in Denver and on the Front Range of Colorado with responsibility for generating operating income through the sale of underwriting (advertising) – both on-air and digital – in support of individual and department revenue goals.
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The Colorado Public Radio News Fellowship will develop a new generation of talented, diverse journalists for the public radio system.
The CPR News Fellow will be trained in every aspect of public radio journalism - developing story ideas, reporting, writing, producing and editing, for both radio, and the website and social media. The fellow will spend time in different areas of the newsroom - newscast/daily reporting, Colorado Matters, beat reporting and digital/social media.