Colorado Public Radio (KCFR in Denver, Colorado) is using Livingston Associates to search for a new Managing Editor for their interview show, Colorado Matters. Current.Org, the Public Broadcasting trade magazine, has the job posted too.
"We’re looking for an experienced public radio journalist and manager to serve as Managing Editor for Colorado Matters, our flagship daily interview program. To lead a team of producers and freelancers who have extensive radio and print experience. To help coordinate enhanced website content. This position involves collaboration with the Colorado Matters host, the Executive Producer for KCFR News, and other staff throughout the organization. Equal Opportunity Employer."
This posting really begs the question, does ONLY ONE local news show a "flagship" make? If so, that is one, big slow battleship in a very small navy! Also, it begs another question. Could a candidate get the job by simply copy-editing (basic grammar, usage, and punctuation) the job announcement and blogging on this site? If so, I think I am qualified to work at--wait, I mean manage for--KCFR News.
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(By the way, if this position is available, then why is Former Managing Producer David Hill pictured on the KCFR website? He is on the bottom row, second from the right, between Senator Ken Salazar and Congressman Tom Tancredo. Is David Hill still getting a paycheck? I hope so!)
*Colorado Public Radio FINALLY changed this one. There is an updated picture of the CURRENT KCFR News Staff on the site now. Of course, this makeshift picture will likely be replaced when they re-hire this position. Whew!