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Louisville Public Media, a dynamic nonprofit public media organization, is always looking to connect with talented people.

We are building a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion intended to embody, reflect and celebrate our community, making our work richer and more resonant. We are committed to anti-racism in our work and culture. We will do work that is restorative and repairs harm, uplifting and including communities rather than exploiting them in coverage and programming, and leveraging our resources to help build trust.

We hire people who align with and embrace our core values of good judgment, inclusion, courage, care, communication and excellence. We offer an expansive benefits package and are committed to the professional growth of our employees.

Current job openings are posted below. If you’re interested in working with us, even when we don’t have a job open, send us an email.

If you’re interested in our paid internships, please visit this page.

  • Louisville Public Media, a dynamic and growing public media company, seeks an experienced, creative and altogether awesome Business Partnership Manager with a passion for public media and helping Kentucky businesses grow.
  • Louisville Public Media is hiring a Program Director and Host to support our thriving radio news operation.
  • We’re hiring a breaking news reporter to join our thriving local newsroom at Louisville Public Media, our city’s NPR affiliate.
  • If you’re a journalist who likes to explore unexpected angles, be creative with formats and cover all aspects of race and equity, Louisville Public Media wants to hear from you.
  • We’re hiring a health reporter to join our thriving daily local newsroom at Louisville Public Media, our city’s NPR affiliate, to cover health policy, public health and the myriad ways people interact with the health care system.