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Investigative Reporter (Tow Fellowship)
JANUARY 4, 2023
Applications are only accepted through our Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Click to apply: Investigative Reporter (Tow Fellowship)
If you can't sit on the sidelines, we have a brand new fellowship and partnership with the Tow Foundation. The Tow Fellow for Youth, Race and Justice (also known as an Investigative Reporter) will cover stories that are often ignored by other outlets or told in ways that perpetuate harmful narratives about youth of color and crime.
For this two-year position, CT Public will recruit a reporter with two to five years of experience who is passionate about the issues, will bring forward stories that challenge negative stereotypes and can illuminate the ways in which policy impacts individual lives.
Digital and Multimedia Producer/Editor (New England News Collaborative)
DECEMBER 13, 2022
Applications are only accepted through our Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Click to apply: Digital and Multimedia Producer/Editor (New England News Collaborative)
Welcome to your new opportunity! This is an amazing position for an energetic, self-starting, self-motivated, and mission-driven individual who wants to be an integral part of a growing public media collaboration. The New England News Collaborative (NENC) is a 9-station consortium of public media newsrooms reporting stories that are shared and broadcast across New England. Our multimedia coverage delves into climate change and clean energy; racial inequality and immigration; and, over the last couple of years, the impacts of the pandemic on people, businesses and schools in the region.
General Assignment | Breaking News Reporter
DECEMBER 13, 2022
Applications are only accepted through our Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Click to apply: General Assignment | Breaking News Reporter
Do you thrive on the rush of covering important news and breaking stories? Do you yearn to cover the story of the moment, the story that everyone’s talking about? Or maybe you want to create stories that will get people talking and reacting – or get them to think deeper about the world around them.
Connecticut Public, Connecticut’s statewide NPR and PBS service, is looking for a reporter who can tackle daily news stories – from breaking news to general assignment – for our radio and digital audiences. The reporter will be based in Hartford and focus on stories in Connecticut
One day, you may be covering breaking news at the scene of the story – or interviewing community advocates in a neighborhood. Another day, you may be attending a press conference with elected leaders or arranging phone or virtual interviews with experts. The ideal reporter will be able to identify the deeper issues that are underneath daily news developments and find ways to tackle those bigger, in-depth stories over time.
At Connecticut Public, we’re working to build something special. We’re expanding our newsroom to better cover communities across the state. We’re striving to be a newsroom that has high standards and high expectations and where people do the best work of their careers. We want to be a place where journalists can be their authentic selves and be creative and imaginative, producing journalism that’s relevant, impactful, meaningful and memorable.
If you don’t have all of the skills below, don’t worry; we’re committed to helping you build the skills to thrive in this role.