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Statehouse & Politics ReporterSt. Louis Public Radio is looking for a statehouse reporter who can tell stories explaining the nuances facing our state’s lawmakers and political influencers, with a commitment to diversity of sources, ideas and issues.
St. Louis Public Radio is seeking a sharp and creative professional to be the primary eyes, ears and voice of STLPR online as our Engagement Producer.
Seeking a General Manager for St. Louis Public Radio who is a transparent, proactive, inclusive leader, with passion for and knowledge of the power of journalism and public media, and a demonstrated record as a change agent.
St. Louis Public Radio is looking for an Investigative Editor to work with station news leaders, NPR and a regional investigative team to pursue impactful reporting that holds those in power accountable and reaches audiences on both broadcast and digital platforms.
All St. Louis Public Radio internships pay an hourly wage of $11, along with the opportunity for college credit depending on the requirements of interns’ respective degree programs. Each internship averages a time commitment of 25 hours per week with opportunities for additional hours depending upon departmental and intern availability and need.
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