MontanaPBS Seeks News and Public Affairs Producer

Posted by Jeanine Schoessler on

Do you have the skills to produce quality news and programming? We're seeking a producer to help cover community issues and events across Montana! Learn more and please share with anyone who may be interested. 

This position produces news and public affairs programming for KUSM-TV/MontanaPBS. Under the supervision of the Director of Content, the News and Public Affairs Producer will develop and produce programs addressing community issues, current events, political coverage as well as general public affairs programming across the state of Montana.

Learn more and apply online: https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/2205

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