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Colorado Public Radio's news room expansion continues with this exciting opportunity for a Digital Managing Editor. The Managing Editor/Digital is a senior newsroom supervisor, overseeing the development, execution and evaluation of CPR News’ multi-platform digital strategy.
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.
Colorado Public Radio's newsroom expansion continues with an exciting new opportunity for an Afternoon Producer / Editor. The Afternoon Editor manages daily news operation in the afternoon, identifying, assigning and implementing coverage for CPR News on-air and online. The editor assigns a team of news magazine hosts and reporters - and writes and edits news spots for the radio and web - 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 seeks a highly disciplined, organized and goal oriented development leader to oversee a talented team of experienced fundraising professionals as Director of Leadership Giving. The Director of Leadership Giving is responsible for providing leadership of the major donor and planned giving department for donor development, communication and stewardship. At Colorado Public Radio, major (leadership) gifts are recognized at $10,000+ in annual support.
CPR's OpenAir has a rare, full-time opportunity available for a passionate, experienced Host / Music Librarian. The OpenAir Host / Music Librarian hosts regular music shifts each week and supports all aspects of the music library. This position demands a deep love and knowledge of contemporary independent music and a drive to tell the stories behind the music and artists in an approachable, authentic way.
CPR’s OpenAir takes listeners inside the world of new and independent music – exposing them to up-and-coming artists and highlighting Colorado’s local music scene.
CPR News is looking for an insightful, energized and experienced manager to join its News leadership team as a Topics Editor. The Topics Editor generates radio features and newscast spots, and innovative digital storytelling from our experienced reporters in Health, Education, Environment and Business beats. The ideal candidate will have experience generating engaging content across multiple platforms and be able to inspire the team’s reporters to even greater storytelling.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking a passionate, creative Program Director to oversee the continued development of CPR’s new and independent music service, OpenAir. The OpenAir Program Director’s goal is to make OpenAir a vibrant and impactful champion of the most important new and independent music from Colorado and the nation and world. Using tested and innovative radio, digital and community strategies, the PD will ensure that all content and presentation build towards reaching the broadest audience possible with the most enjoyable and valuable experience of contemporary music.
CPR's OpenAir is looking for a dynamic, experienced radio host who has a deep love and knowledge of contemporary independent music and a drive to tell the stories behind the songs in an approachable, authentic way.
This position is approximately 15-20 hours per week.
Colorado Public Radio is expanding and is seeking experienced fundraising professionals to fill two new Leadership Giving (major gifts) Officer positions.
Colorado Public Radio seeks a creative and enterprising producer/reporter/host for 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.