The Board of Directors of Blue Ridge Public Radio (BPR) seeks a General Manager and CEO for this growing service to the people of Western North Carolina. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, BPR serves a culturally diverse and dynamic population. BPR’s broadcast and streaming services include separate news and classical services. We have a committed, hardworking staff of 22, a budget of approximately $2.5 million, and a donor base of more than 7,000. Individual donors and business sponsorship provide 85% of our revenue. We anticipate an in-depth assessment of our facilities and organizational capacity in the near future, as well as a comprehensive capital campaign to address those needs.
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KNKX is a Puget Sound area public media outlet, dedicated to bringing jazz, blues, regional news, and NPR to the Northwest and beyond. As an independent station, KNKX employees are energized in their mission to provide exceptional programming to over 400,000 listeners on-air and online each week. The station connects with the community by presenting music and stories that educate, inspire, and expand horizons.
The Director of Content manages the Programming and Production departments for KNKX and Jazz24. The position draws upon local and national sources to build programming that creates a strong bond and personal connection to listeners in Puget Sound and to the jazz audience worldwide. The position reports to the President and General Manager, and participates in policy development as a member of the Leadership Team.
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Reporting to the chief progress officer (CPO), the director of corporate support is responsible for attaining station budget goals and maximizing the station’s corporate sales revenues. This is achieved by implementation of systems and overall market strategy, the sales manager’s own direct sales and the overall support and management of the local sales team.
The Public Media Journalists Association (PMJA) is an association representing public media journalists across the United States. PMJA empowers and advocates for journalists working in public media.
The Executive Director will be directly responsible for the day-to-day activities of PMJA, and will guide the organization with an innovative, creative and strategic vision as they continue to provide training and networking opportunities for their members.
The BirdNote Board of Directors seeks an Executive Director, providing leadership to staff, contractors, and volunteers in the development of content, fundraising and overall strategy to fulfill the organization’s mission. Working closely with the BirdNote Board of Directors, the Executive Director manages the organization’s annual budget, financial plans, and organizational policies.