09 September 2013

Arts Reporters Wanted!

Colorado Public Radio wants you!

Colorado Public Radio is seeking an experienced Arts Reporter to join its Arts Bureau. The Arts Reporter covers all aspects of the CPR arts and culture community and produces content via the mediums of radio and the online arts hub (text, video, social media, still images etc). As a member of the CPR Arts Bureau, the Arts Reporter will work across all three of CPR’s programing services -- News, Classical, and OpenAir.

As a key member of the editorial team, the Arts Reporter focuses on major stories around Colorado arts organizations, artists, and cultural concepts. Work includes producing in-depth feature stories, blog posts, social media feeds, and live events about culture-related events, trends, issues, and ideas. The goal will be to give people a deep understanding of the broad range of arts news, focused primarily on the Denver metro area and important and unique arts activities around the state (summer music festivals, innovative programs, etc.).

The full job description can be seen here.  Contact: Chloe Veltman, Arts Editor at Colorado Public Radio: cveltman@cpr.org

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